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Thursday, January 07, 2010

Today's Predictable News

Abdulmutallab joined "al Qaeda" in London.

Of COURSE he did.

US officials tracked Abdulmutallab onto the plane.

Of COURSE they did.

Also predictable-- most Americans will continue to ignore the bogus nature of the terror threat and that al Qaeda is really "al CIA-duh".


Blogger nickname said...

This young man was set up just like
Oswald and so many others. They made
sure he visited people and places that could be cited as evidence of
him being a terrorist. They made sure he had something of a semi-public persona: "THAT's that guy we saw going into that weird Mosque."

The average person has been so brainwashed by the media (INCLUDING the Web) to believe that even the tiniest hint of holes in the Official story are just bizarre conspiracy theories, that they're really easy pickings
for being sold BIG Lies.

Orwellian-named web sites like DU
bury any information that calls into question the official propaganda, and they have both professional shills and thousands of amateurs to ridicule and get banned - anyone who is foolish enough to post the truth about how the world really works.

8:36 AM  
Blogger nickname said...

DU Watchers might be interested
to know that the same tactics used
by Shills there are also used by
right-wing shills on other forums.

One brave Moderator at another forum admitted on-line that shills there:

* Send the most alerts

* Make almost all of the demands to get posts deleted and members banned.

* Do the above on a DAILY basis AND in unison.

Coincidence, or something else?
Draw your own conclusions.

8:55 AM  
Blogger engineer said...

"Typical in this respect is the editorial published Saturday in the New York Times, under the headline, “Why Didn’t They See It?” "

"“Still, it is incredible, and frightening, that the government cannot do at least as good a job at swiftly updating and correlating information as Google.”"

"Actually, it is literally “incredible,” i.e., not credible. And it is doubtful that even the editors of the Times believe it, although they are constrained from saying so by the informal but virtually complete self-censorship of the American capitalist media."

11:20 AM  
Blogger engineer said...

Care to od on the subject?

The Prestige

3:05 PM  

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