from propaganda matrix: CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour equated yesterday’s alleged sky terrorist liquid explosive plotters with the 9/11 truth movement, the latest brazen attempt to vilify anyone who disagrees with the official 9/11 fairytale.
Here’s the quote in full.
“And there is some evidence that is coming out now, five years after 9/11, that many, many Muslims in England and around the world, according to documentaries that have been produced, are really succumbing to the conspiracy theories. They’re really now saying that 9/11 was not al Qaeda; it was a U.S./CIA, Mossad/Israel, Zionist plot, basically designed to cause a war against Islam.”
Taken on its own, one would think Amanpour was saying Muslims are embracing 9/11 ‘conspiracy theories,’ not necessarily terrorists.
However, viewed in context of the fact that Amanpour made the statement on an Anderson Cooper special entitled ‘Sky Terror,’ which was solely about yesterday’s alleged plot, the intended meaning becomes clear.
‘Muslims’ is Amanpour’s euphemism for terrorists.
Other recent 9/11 hit pieces have slandered the 9/11 truth movement as having a violent extremist undertone. No incidents of violence at any 9/11 truth convergence or protest have ever occurred and organizers consistently advocate purely peaceful demonstrations.
During a recent appearance on Fox News, Newt Gingrich said that opponents of pro-war candidates and their supporters were “insurgents,” equating anyone that disagrees with the Bush administration’s foreign policy with terrorists.
After making myself a cup of tea I sat down to read my e mail this morning. One individual had taken the trouble to explain his contention with some of the points raised in my articles.
“You should be shot for treason you irresponsible piece of garbage.”
The extremist branch of the Neo-Con puss slugs advocate killing people who have a different opinion to the government.
They should no longer be referred to as Neo-Cons – let’s call a spade a spade.
They are Neo-Fascists.
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