MSM Continues Its Complicity In OBL Assasination Hoax, Shameful
June 27, 2011 at 11:55 pm #26309
two months after the Ubama administration attempted to pull of the most spectacular october surprise in history, the mainstream media is still perpetuating lies and refusing to do their job of objective investigative journalism.
even the most brainwashed of sheeple know now what insiders like me have always known, cia asset usama bin laden has been dead for ten years. the american people, disgusted with the obvious hoax, have demanded the truth from our controlled media. however the msm, fully bought and in the pocket of the cia, has ignored our calls for truth. instead, they have continued their shameful propaganda push in anticipation of obamas re election.
in this washington post article, the author not only tries in vain to explain why the obl death pic shouldnt be released, he actually uses the infamous “situation room” photo as part of his argument?! how bizarre is it that the msm is now using a photo, which cia director leon panetta has admitted is propaganda, as a reason why we dont need to see the obl death photos? however, he then is forced to admit that the american people absolutely want to see the body, and that its actually hypocritical of the ubama administration to withhold the pics. this reporter is obviously trying to play both sides of the fence; continue to perpetuate the obl assasination hoax, while appearing to be an objective journalist.
its just even more evidence that the nation has gone tits up folks. we officially have a KGB situation, complete with a socialist leader and propaganda wing. if i wasnt a well armed survivalist and skilled martial artist, id probably shitting my pants right now. when it all comes down, which it most certainly will very soon, ill be fine. you guys, on the other hand? not so much.
Update 2:25 p.m.: President Obama announced in a taped interview with CBS that he would not release an image of Osama bin Laden. “That’s not who we are,” Obama said in the interview, according to White House press secretary Jay Carney. “We don’t trot out this stuff as trophies”. He added: “We don’t need to spike the football”
It’s no secret that we are a visual culture.
The glow of a turned-on television illuminates every house nearly every night. Photo galleries are regularly the best viewed elements of many media sites. Pictures pack power. And politicians know this.
That’s why the debate over whether or not to release what has been described as a “gruesome” photo of Osama bin-Laden’s body is so intriguing.
At the moment, the iconic image of the death of bin-Laden is this one:
Taken by White House official photographer Pete Souza, it shows President Obama and much of his national security team receiving an update on the mission that led to bin Laden’s death.
The image powerfully portrays the tension and seriousness of purpose of the people gathered in the room. And, while the picture wasn’t taken with politics in mind, the message that it conveys — serious people doing a serious thing — is politically powerful, reinforcing the idea of Obama as a strong and sober leader.
Releasing the photo of bin Laden would wipe the above image out of the American consciousness and replace it with one that is significantly more jarring and potentially divisive.
The complicating factor for the White House is that there are a significant number of Americans who literally want to see the body — no matter how disfigured — as a point of closure for the anxiety-laden decade that bin Laden began when he orchestrated the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
By not giving in to that desire for visual proof, the White House runs the risk of being cast as circumventing public opinion — never a good thing for a politician.
Not releasing the photo would also give fodder to the conspiracy-minded about whether or not the man we killed really was bin Laden. (For the record, there seems to be a relatively small group of people who think bin Laden was not actually killed so releasing the picture to respond to that group is not likely to be a pressing concern for the Obama Administration.)
It’s a complicated question that, frankly, may not have a “right” answer.
This White House — more than any almost any other that came before it — understands the political power of images. Throughout his first two plus years in office, Obama’s advisers have used Souza’s photos and the president’s Flickr page to create a visual narrative that casts the president in a very favorable light.
The release of an bin Laden death photo would be a considerable departure from that visual narrative but may be necessary given the deep passions the terrorist engendered among the American public.June 28, 2011 at 12:23 am #250507
Evidence he is dead: quite a bit
Evidence he is not: …..?June 28, 2011 at 12:48 am #250509
i dont know how it works in canadia. but here in america, you need A DEAD BODY to convict someone of murder. of course there are exceptions, but generally american juries want to see a body before they will convict someone of a killing.
maybe canadians trust their government so much that theyll take their word on everything. but americans like to hold their government to the same standard that the citizens are held to.June 28, 2011 at 1:23 am #250511June 28, 2011 at 4:50 am #250517
“maybe canadians trust their government so much that theyll take their word on everything. but americans like to hold their government to the same standard that the citizens are held to.”
really? REALLY???? the vast majority of amurricans could give a FUCK about their government as long as gas isn’t too expensive, mcdonalds is still serving and their welfare/disability check arrives on time.
ignorant or blind? which one are you?June 28, 2011 at 5:32 am #250519
ignorant or blind? which one are you?
No one is on trial for the Usama shooting, thus no requirement of a body. If you don’t believe he’s dead, than you don’t believe it.June 28, 2011 at 8:31 am #250522
Still spelling it Ubama.
Please let me stay with you when the shit goes down, vold. I’ll need a guide to help me distinguish between the Illuminati, the Bildebergs and the Freemasons. I get them mixed up ALL. THE. TIME.
Also, a guy writing an article doesn’t mean… anything. Remember when Bush was paying Armstrong Williams to write positive pieces without acknowledging it?June 28, 2011 at 1:28 pm #250529
“the vast majority of amurricans could give a FUCK about their government”
while i agree that many americans do not give a fuck due to being lulled to sleep by our government, consumerism, and the msm, most americans do still care. and the number of americans who do care is actually growing, as evidenced by the skyrocketing sales / interest in survival food and gear, guns, ammunition; the growth of political movements such as the tea party, libertarianism, and constitutionalism; and the growth of other movements such as the birther and truther movement.
“No one is on trial for the Usama shooting, thus no requirement of a body”
ok then ill rephrase. in america, you need A DEAD BODY to declare someone deceased. of course there are exceptions, but generally american authorities need a dead body before they can declare someone dead.
“I’ll need a guide to help me distinguish between the Illuminati, the Bildebergs and the Freemasons”
i understand your confusion. most likely it stems from the fact that many members of each group are also members of another one of those groups.June 28, 2011 at 4:41 pm #250537
Why is this troll still posting this chit again? That’s right, cause some assholes keep putting food in the basket.June 28, 2011 at 4:51 pm #250540
Sorry, G-Stank.June 28, 2011 at 4:58 pm #250545
G Funk seems upset?
and i guess having an opinion that is unpopular is “trolling”?
sad.June 28, 2011 at 5:09 pm #250546
“its very hard to recognize the truth, when you are bombarded with lies all the time, every minute of the day” – varg vikernesJune 28, 2011 at 6:07 pm #250550
They told me Rick Story was good.June 28, 2011 at 6:20 pm #250552
^^thisJune 28, 2011 at 6:39 pm #250558
Leave thinmolds alone. This is as close to getting anyone excited as he will ever get. He masturbates to your responses. This to him is everything. I used to feel contempt a little anger and sometimes disgust but now that I realize this persons situation I feel sadness and pity (until I find out he sequestered a little boy in his moms basement).
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