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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

WHAT GIVES?????




According to AP, “About six in 10 Iraqis say they approve of attacks on U.S.-led forces, and slightly more than that want their government to ask U.S. troops to leave within a year, according to a poll in that country”

The question should be why aren’t our corporate media and the loyal opposition in the Democratic Party not talking about this? After all if we spend billions of dollars a week to “democratize the Iraqis”, how can we ignore the will of the people that we want to democratize? Isn’t democracy about listening and implementing the wishes of the people through the ballet box? Let me say it again, every day at least two or three of our soldiers die in Iraq and every week we spend $2 billion of our tax dollars to help people who want us to “go the hell”!!!

This war was and is very popular with the corporate media, we know the blatant lies and propaganda that FOX news echoes, we also know about ABC news bias as their mini series about 9/11 indicates, now it comes out that NBC may fire Olbermann for his views on the war and our Texan Nero. That leaves CBC and CNN. Anyone watching CNN’s Wolf Blister, Anderson Cooper, etc. both men are extremely biased towards Israel. Even CBS has a pro-Israeli bias although not as much as CNN, FOX and the rest. This begs the question of what does the bias reporting of our corporate media towards Israel have anything to do with Iraq. The answer is obvious, before the invasion of Iraq; Saddam Hussein’s government was the biggest threat to Israel in the region. Invading Iraq was supposed to make Israel the unquestionable supreme power in the Middle East. This was the main goal of our politicians and our corporate media. The wars was never about democracy, weapons of mass destruction, etc, it was and continues to be about the guaranteed supremacy of Israel in the region. Too bad it hasn’t worked that way for our Israeli lobbyists in our government and media.

THE BEACHBOY ( is not an ANTI-SEMITE)

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