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Counting on American’s mistrust of the rest of the world, the media is fueling hysteria against Snowden to distract from his revelations.
The funniest thing about this headline is the fact that doubts are raised today if snowden was ever in Moscow.
The karmic line from that article is
Many journalists did board the flight which is alcohol free and will last 12 hours. They will have to stay in Cuba for three days.
Please tell me that Dances-with Rove Gregory is there too!
what we read (more here)
amd what we accept
The one sympathetic cover – AM-NY responds to yesterday’s Daily News (DO OR DIE):
The Daily News OTOH, shows its annoyance loud and clear (why was that protester’s head next to the cop’s baton?
Metro amps the same photo, but with a less nasty headline
while NYT has a picture that speaks the truth – just look at that baton – under a title that lies
(how can peaceful people “clash” with armed ones?) But then, it has to match the fluff piece over Madame “Get out of My ER”
Murdoch’s rag suddenly cares about the working stiff – right under Demi and Ashton that is –
forgetting to say it was the police, not protesters who blocked streets
.Murdoch is trying on OWS the tactic it tried on politicians in the past: daily attacks until they say uncle (Just ask Spitzer, Paterson et al)
To speak the only language that you understand:
hey, NY Post – what would you say of a politician who raised 4.5 billion in a month? (FYI – the Wall Street’s Obama only raised 1 billion – in 2 years!) That and the internet makes the Post attempts pathetic.
FYI, Rupert, New Yorkers stand by their phones to receive any message that Liberty Square is threatened by Bloomberg’s goons. So then, like last time, we’d all march in solidarity.
I couldn’t find an article on line to link to but for the record – there is a network of safe house for all OWS-ers in Liberty Square so the hysterical implications on the cover are specious. Of course, the word “attack” after yesterday’s “animals” is losing its punch.