Posts Tagged ‘newspaper’

Toronto StarKudos to these fellow Canadians who took the official conspiracy theory of the Boston Marathon bombings to task in this April 24, 2013 article in Canada’s most-read newspaper, the Toronto Star, with the revelation that the younger brother hiding in the boat was unarmed.

I love it how they pay no mind to the naked man that was apprehended who still hasn’t been identified, and just HAPPENS to look exactly like Tamerlan. They just say “who was killed last week in a confrontation with police.”
Nor do they show the picture of Dzhokhar exiting the boat with no visible wounds- especially not to his neck- when all of a sudden he’s on the ground, getting his throat slit, and receiving a tracheotomy.
Seriously, let’s start asking some REAL questions, can we please?!?!?

Let’s be honest here. Despite the fact there were thousands of FBI, State Police, Boston Police, helicopters, trained dogs & an arsenal of weapons, it was a citizen going out for a smoke that noticed the cover of his boat displaced, that found this punk.

How did he shoot himself in the neck? Cause according to officials that’s what he did after getting out of the boat…

…helluva shootout at the boat for an unarmed guy!!!

This is just another example of an out of control police force run amok; a pack of state sponsored bullyboys with unlimited access to firepower. Drunk with power, they stomped on the residents personal spaces, just like they do in New York, and just like they did here during the G20. When these clowns are on fire, it’s best to run as far away as you possibly can.

Want to stop terrorism? Turn off the tv.

The shooting was prompted by the fact that standard procedure is to leave no one alive to refute your story. And you cannot just throw explosives at someone, it’s not a Bugs Bunny cartoon with dynamite and a wick.

Previously, I wrote the article, Toronto Star readers wise to the bin Laden killing story.

For more on the Boston Marathon bombings, see my article, How you were misled in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.

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Canadian PressI saw this hit piece in the January 15, 2013 edition of my local online newspaper, which I have previously documented is a corporate feudalist newspaper, and the article was originally published by the Canadian Press. The title is “Latest American conspiracy theory claims Newtown mass shooting a hoax.

For non-Canadians, it can’t be underestimated the power that labeling something as uniquely American has on the average Canadian psyche.

I see this hit piece as a victory for critical thinking, and for the authentic alternative media, as it took five years for the 9/11 Truth movement to start gaining traction, whereas a far smaller incident took only a month for the pressure to build to have the corporate feudalist media go public in a desperate attempt to suppress critical thinking, with the smear of critical thinking as “conspiracy theory.”

They predictably invoke 9/11 Truth and those who doubt the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama in a kitchen sink approach of throwing anything they can at readers in order to find something that will resonate with them in order to turn them off of critical thinking.

The author has the audacity to assert that:

Their theories on the Dec. 14 shooting in Sandy Hook appear to lack any basis in fact, reality or common sense.

It’s not a theory that there is evidence pointing to multiple shooters, for instance, as indicated by police radio, helicopter video, and the testimony of at least two witnesses, including a young child at the school, who would have no reason to lie — all of which has been documented by Charles Giuliani and Joel Skousen, as I have previously written about.

That evidence, of course, is conveniently and predictably omitted from the article.

Yes, fellow Canadians, it’s an “American conspiracy theory.” It’s just as crazy as the American gun culture, the electoral college, and the election year “silly season.” Pay no attention to the evidence of multiple shooters behind the curtain.

I have to hand it to the author of this hit piece, and her corporate feudalist employer. The difference between this story and 9/11 is that, this time, many critical thinkers have been raising questions since day one, and are alert to the patterns of disinfo they have seen with the 9/11 coverup, the London 7/7 bombings coverup, and others.

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Mug shot of Conrad Black.

Former newspaper baron Conrad Black, a Canadian citizen up until his appointment to the British House of Lords, used his Canadian National Post newspaper to repeatedly make Canadians feel inferior to Americans.

He got upset with former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, who officially nixed his chances to become a British Lord, saying he was upholding the law.

However, even if done for partisan purposes, had Black been an American citizen holding a position in federal, state or municipal office, it wouldn’t have even been a question whether he could serve in the British House of Lords. Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution states:

no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of the Congress, accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince or foreign State.

If Black still thinks Canada is more socialist than the United States as he did in 2001 when he claimed that, “Canada was turning into a Third World dump run by raving socialists,” then the joke’s on him, and he needs to spend more time in Canada than in a U.S. jail, since Canada has since been ranked as more economically free than the United States by the conservative Heritage Foundation in 2010 and 2011.

Fellow neocon President George W. Bush didn’t come to his rescue in granting him a pardon or commutation of his sentence, despite granting a commutation to convicted neocon perjurer, Scooter Libby, Chief of Staff to VP Dick Cheney.

While the U.S. Supreme Court subsequently ordered a review of his case, a lower court followed up by deciding that he serve an additional 13 months in U.S. jail, and this June 28 article indicates that he’s readying for war against the U.S. justice system.

Perhaps his intimate experience with U.S. federal government will make him more circumspect about his past rhetoric about Canada.

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Dodo bird

The Toronto Star, Canada’s most highly circulated newspaper, made a failed attempt to stop a Conservative majority government by endorsing the NDP. Then, when the party’s deputy questioned the story of bin Laden’s killing, he was smeared in an Associated Press article that was picked up by the Star.

Today, some Star reporter wrote:

Last week, Pittsburgh Steeler Rashard Mendenhall was excoriated when he used Twitter to express sadness about the American reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden and, more worryingly, air a few of his 9/11 conspiracy theories.

Athletes, being athletes, rarely receive any real punishment for their off-the-cuff nonsense.

My email to the columnist:

Oh, what a bad man, expressing his views outside the confines of a mass media newspaper column such as yours.

Perhaps you’ll recall that it was your newspaper that endorsed the very party whose deputy later expressed doubts about bin Laden’s death, so it would seem misdirection is the order of the day.

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