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The Latest Ignored News

Sep 11th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Bytes 'n Bits, Croatia, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, MSM Watch

Have you read the latest news about the cutest squirrel in the world jumping in front of a young couple’s camera on vacation? Did you know that Michael Jackson’s brain wasn’t buried with the rest of his remains? How about the outrage over that evil Republican yelling “You lie!” to Obama, in the midst of another of his historical speeches? How horrific is the announcement that Oprah might quit her daytime show after this season, her only 19,678th in a row? Welcome to the Western mainstream media, where you get well entertained and superbly brainwashed, but never properly informed.

Mainstream Media or Retard Informs Retards

Aug 27th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Current, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, MSM Watch

In the past two years in United States we had four Yugoslavian terrorists who wanted to “kill as many American soldiers as possible”, a coldblooded Yugoslavian murderer who shot a man in the face, killing him in broad daylight in the midst of New York, a Bosnian mass murderer who gunned down random mall shoppers, two naturalized Americans who wanted to wage violent jihad around the world, and a Bosnian beauty — all belonging to none of the world’s known nations, and mostly coming from a nonexistent country.

Black Propaganda: Of Spooks, Journos and Politicos

Jun 14th, 2009 | By | In Books, Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, MSM Watch

Three books, compiling impressive evidence about the unsavory collusion of mainstream media with the elites in power, offer an invaluable insight into the intricacies of black propaganda, war-making, manufacturing consent and cover-up of the real motives and agenda behind the all-too-frequent Anglo-American philanthropic pursuits, threatening to devour the globe. Anyone who still views “unexpected outbreak of hostilities” or wars, seemingly out of the blue “crisis” and political emergencies as a series of unconnected, random, unrelated events mysteriously flaring up in various parts of the world in cryptically rhythmic intervals, like tornadoes and earthquakes, should consider these three books a must read, to break free from the paralyzing delusion.

MSM’s Deserved Collapse

Mar 18th, 2009 | By | In Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, MSM Watch

Florence Aubenas was closest to identifying the reason for the collapse of American and French newspapers, when she complained about an article saying that “an important event just happened in France the other day; the proof is that the French papers didn’t mention it.”

Media War

Feb 6th, 2009 | By | In Commentary, Earlier, MSM Watch

Writing in the Independent last week, Robert Fisk commented on the BBC’s refusal to broadcast an appeal for Gaza by the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC):

“The BBC’s refusal to handle an advertisement for Palestinian aid was highly instructive. It was the BBC’s ‘impartiality’ that might be called into question. In other words, the protection of an institution was more important than the lives of children.”

Even taken at face value, then, the BBC’s decision was monstrous. But the idea that it was primarily motivated by a commitment to impartiality makes little sense.

Stratfor: Priština’s Looming Confrontation with the West

Dec 4th, 2008 | By | In Commentary, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, MSM Watch

De-Construct.net has decided to publish the latest Stratfor report on Kosovo and Metohija province in entirety, despite the blatant cynicism and misinformation contained within, which aims to cement the official US forgery in regards to Kosovo-Metohija “history”.

NY Times Comrade Simons’ Tough Year

Nov 1st, 2008 | By | In Analysis, Commentary, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, MSM Watch

Marlise Simons, the New York Times‘s main reporter on the Milosevic trial and International Criminal Trial for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), has had a difficult year. Perhaps most painful was the disclosure that in 1999 the Kosovo Albanian KLA sent as many as 300 captive Serbs to Albanian to be killed and their internal organs “harvested” for sale abroad, a matter barely mentioned in the New York Times (see below). I was sorely tempted to write to Marlise Simons and offer her my sympathies: “Marlise, if only the villains in this case were Serbs, what a fine front page article you could have had here!”

Deceiving the World with Pictures

Aug 12th, 2008 | By | In Featured Articles, MSM Watch

Follow This photo was first published by the Reuters as an image of a “dead woman being carried by the Georgian soldiers from the town of Gori”. But this “dead woman”, incredibly, is clutching the nurse’s arm. This man exhibiting rage and grief happens to sit in the exact same place where the earlier picture […]

NYT Propaganda Again and Again

Jul 22nd, 2008 | By | In Commentary, MSM Watch

Follow Just when you think that all the Soros/Abramowitz’s media vampires are finally starting to recede back into the darkness that spawned them, if for nothing else than for the painful lack of arguments, The New York Times Agitprop rears its ugly head again with another bare-assed propaganda iditorial. All they really want to do […]