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Ziyad Yaghi and Mohammed Omar Aly Hassan: What the US Media is Hiding


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  1. April 9, 2014 at 6:38 pm

    The U.S. media couldn’t hide anything if its life depended on it. It is too incompetent to conspire to hide anything. Now maybe poor journalism is hiding something, but I would submit that poor journalism couldn’t hide anything either. The problem in today’s world is that the Internet has created a 24/7 news cycle, and everyone with a computer and a camera phone think they are a journalist. Thus real journalists are in short supply.

    • April 14, 2014 at 7:28 pm

      “The US media couldn’t hide anything if its life depended on it.”

      The historiography of media manipulation from the Southern Antebellum period , conflicts of old and new – from the Vietnamm quagmire to the nasty COIN of Afgahnistan and Iraq- are absolutely counter to this assertion.

      If what you say is even remotely true, then FOIA would not have revealed the complicity of US governments in coordination with Latin American dictatorships, Daniel Ellsberg was an unnecessary sacrifice – in addition to Edward Snowden and other whistleblowers- and the transparency of US determinants in the Middle East – along with its War Of Terrorism- wouldn’t be so opaque and popular.

      Simply put, your assertion is not only proven to be false by historical facts and common sense, it also ignores the dictum that liberty is never free and the sacrifices of ordinary humans in dispelling the truth against the popular myths and hyperboles of simple minded people is what keep the tree of liberty growing.

      Sorry buddy. The US media had hidden a tremendous amount of lies – some still not uncovered – and claiming its incompetency doesn’t resolve anything nor augment the veracity of someone who claims implicitly that truth always materializes because there are poor journalists and the media is incompetent.

      Sorry. You may rewrite your submission. If you were one of my own students, the grade would have been a C for lack of premises to augment an already weak rationale 😦

      • April 14, 2014 at 8:12 pm

        The U.S. media hasn’t hidden anything. Rather, the governments have done that. All you have to do is look at everything that gets “revealed” each time documents are declassified. We’re only now learning the truth about World War I, and some about World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

        When documents are available, the media pretty much finds everything therein. When documents are hidden under the guise of national security, it takes a little while longer.

        Unfotunately, with this 24/7 news cycle we currently have, everyone things they are journalists, which means the pay for real journalists is so low that we are losing them all.

      • April 15, 2014 at 11:00 pm

        The US media has hidden a lot with the trial above.

        Again, I requested you argue the merits of the article. You still haven’t. Afraid of a brush stroke, yet calling others a ‘piece of work.’ hmmmm

        The US media is a conglomeration of people, companies, and influential government entities which comprise of the higher echelons of media control. It was true in the southern antebellum KKK South where slave rebellions were purposely omitted from media reports by the southern slave government only to later be discovered by researchers in military documents, such as I revealed in my firs published book on history. We may go into the Vietnam War Conflict and reveal that most of the reports pertaining to anti-US foreign policy were located in the bottom right portions of numerous articles, if printed at all.

        You see Russel, you’re a dilettante. Whatever courage of liquid or shisha form grasped your false sense of knowledge, try researching facts again πŸ™‚ You may begin with this article’s premises – since most ‘academic’ and ‘realistic’ arguments commence in such manner- rather than scream ‘your own’ observations unsupported by facts πŸ™‚ That’s what makes a difference between a dumb### wanna-be like you, and ‘real’ journalists and academians. I’m sorry I have to remind you πŸ™‚ I falsely assumed reality grasped everyone’s senses , in shape or form. If you would like a lesson on other examples such as Thomas Nast, Charles Mohr, Harrison Salisbury, and many others to enrich your knowledge of your own history, please don’t hesitate to ask. I could teach you a lot you are in want of, that’s a promise, son.

        To exaggerate the government’s control over media and marginalize ‘humans’ who also have a large influence in media manipualtion is a fallacy very grave to the average of intellect. It only arises when generalizations are made without attention to facts. Such observation of my own upon you is augmented by the simple assertion that I have requested ‘twice’ that you argue the merits of the article, and cowardice reveals a true poltroon when the moment arises to ‘walk the walk’ You’re still talking πŸ˜‰

        Whatever ‘truth’ you may ‘think’ you know about WWI or WWI or the Korean War or the Vietnam War, I would be ‘very reluctant’ in accepting. You skip the very first exigent step toward forming a hypothesis, facts. And you have proven such an accusation by your own actions πŸ™‚ And everyone can see that now. Doesn’t sound like journalism to me buddy 😦

        “When documents are available, the media pretty much finds everything therein.” This is a broad generalization. If ‘anyone’ did a preliminary research into the archives of ‘any’ FOIS electronic room such as the NSA archives at George Washington University or the CIA archives or the FBI archives and so on, they would view your statement, glance at the archival material, sneer back at your statement, and consequentially surmise you are either a bafoon or liar. MANY of the FOIA files which are declassified are incomplete! This has been a persistent complaint by all of us who submit FOIA requests. We are constantly given red-acted documents AND ascertain only portions. There is NO such thing as ‘available’. Everything comes at a price and sacrifice. And even with that, such as with Snowden, we only get a snapshot of what actually transpired. Furthermore, given the dictum that governments always whitewash or assuage shameful behavior, we get a watered-down version in addition to an incomplete one. That’s life.

        The media is a brilliant machine, Creel indeed had a great incentive in using it for propaganda purposes. And that ‘is’ what the media is, a propaganda machine. I know of no country whose main media outlet reads in its headlines “our country sucks and we are guilty of terrorism and lying.” When you find that article Russel, send it this way. I may then concur with your gullibility πŸ™‚ Otherwise, for the third time, argue the facts in the article in regards to ‘why’ the US media purposely ommitted exigent facts which ran contrary to painting Ziyad Yaghi and Hasan Aly as terrorists. The facts were public which are mentioned in my article. Yet not a single counter-fact was provided by the media. Hmmmmmmm

        Real’ journalists are not about money. Fake journalists are πŸ™‚ There is something higher than salary which drives a ‘true’ journalist. I suggest you study the respectful past of muckrakers, and also attempt to discover which ones were rich and which ones were not. The majority were not. William Lloyd Garrison was beaten by a politician for publishing the treatment of slaves in the South while the major media marginalized the horrendous injustice against slaves by refusing to print such injustice, fearing a war with the South and consequent secession, he was dragged through the streets with a rope attached to his neck and the other end to a carriage, and he was falesly charged of crimes. All because he published the truth. That’s a real journalist!
        Money and salaries have NOTHING to do with ‘real’ journalism!

        If you want me to teach you more , please ask. I promise, I could open your eyes if it is still possible behind the chauvinistic shades/

        Good luck.

      • April 15, 2014 at 11:08 pm

        Notice how many times you said “government” in there!………..lol

      • April 16, 2014 at 6:38 pm

        Yes. The frequency of words translates into theorems. Notice again, the broad generalization within you tiny mind πŸ™‚

        If that’s ‘real’ journalism, let’s pray for more in-authenticity πŸ™‚

        And it’s good you laugh at your own comments. Judging from the number of followers on your blog, such a dearth could be a signification of a loser.

        LOL

    • April 14, 2014 at 7:30 pm

      Finally, I would appreciate if you argue the merits of th premises within the article rather than spit forward platitudes and exaggerations.

      In writing, anyone can say this is true or not true. the clear of mind, and ‘real’ journalists sift through the facts and provide refutations.

      Where are yours?

      πŸ™‚

      • April 14, 2014 at 8:12 pm

        You’re a real piece of work.

      • April 15, 2014 at 11:06 pm

        Everyone claims to be an artist, bu declines in painting a stroke. Hats should be tipped to those who are brushing away rather than critics πŸ™‚

      • April 15, 2014 at 11:09 pm

        Unfortunately, some of those “brushing away” are idiots. The whole world is not a conspiracy.

      • April 16, 2014 at 5:28 am

        I challenge your credibility to function rationally ‘and’ the honor of your family to find where I assert – even implicitly- that the world is a conspiracy.

        And again, no facts or refutations. hmmmmm

        Thirdly, the generalization of charging things as ‘conspiracy’ is a common yet very remedially intellectual challenge of immature dilettantes to marginalize ‘any’ thoughts or ‘brush strokes’ they deem as unfavorable to their own identity – whether religious, national, etc- and the motive of you commenting on my post alone warrants suspicion as to its determinant and consequently augments the accusation in the preceding.

        I understand the hominoid sequence was not so kind to your relatives. Nevertheless, you still need to be ‘responsible’ with making broad generalizations with an absence of ‘facts’. As Twain once said, “first get your facts, then distort them as you wish.” You are a distance far from that advice, yet the positive aspect of your commenting is the audience has luckily discovered that in addition to Western education being defunct, we have also discovered evolution runs in more than one direction. Thanks to you πŸ™‚

        And by the way. The American Revolution was a conspiracy. Unless the ciphers in the library of Congress by our forefathers are lies and unless the Sons of Liberty were open – as opposed to discreet- when committing their own acts to counter the terrorism which America has now become.

        It is a bit tiring to watch a Don Quixote ass chase a monster with an ‘ism’ every 2 to 5 decades. Too many innocent people have been killed and harmed to such a false hubris cretinous thievery. And the very foundation of the West is under a litmus test, not Islam πŸ˜‰

        So good luck with your false reality, and your pathetic life. It kind of provokes pity coagulated with surprise at just how stupidity can proliferate on the internet.

        And stop persecuting innocent Muslims because of their thoughts and associations! Your own hate and fear is destroying you, and as a result destroying the very pillars of Western civilization πŸ™‚

      • April 16, 2014 at 5:34 am

        My wise old grandmother taught me to add laughter to each and every day. You have added enough laughter to my life to last me a few lifetimes.

      • April 16, 2014 at 6:39 pm

        I pray you become half the man your grandmother was πŸ™‚ Good luck.

      • April 16, 2014 at 7:13 pm

        You really are an ass. That makes two asses like you whom I have met blogging in eight years. I don’t wish you luck. I wish you an early departure from Earth.

      • April 16, 2014 at 7:31 pm

        πŸ™‚ Thank you.

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