I donâ€™t know about you but I have not heard a single mention of the anniversary of Pearl Harbor today; at least not on CNN. I have been monitoring CNN for over 3 hours and I have not heard anything about this important anniversary. Could it be that they donâ€™t want the words â€œPearl Harborâ€ mentioned? (UPDATE 10:35 AM ET: CNN mentioned Pearl Harbor in its news update. No stories on the event however.)
Whenever there is an event, a holiday, celebrity news, or anything that enters the public discourse, a percentage of people automatically search the Internet for information related to the topic de jour. Could it be that the media do not want you to â€œGoogleâ€ â€œPearl Harbor?â€ Could it be that they are terrified that you will find out about the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) and their call for a â€œnew Pearl Harbor?â€ Performing this search will surely lead people to information about the events of 9/11 and the very incriminating facts related to the members of the Bush administration who signed on to the Project for a New American Centuryâ€™s colonial agenda. It will also lead you to a mother load of information about the real facts surrounding 9/11.
Maybe they are afraid your search will lead to the discovery of the book â€œThe New Pearl Harbor, Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11,” by David R. Griffin. You know the media and the Bush administration do not want you to know about that! It may cause you to think for yourself and ask some serious questions about what happened on that day?
Can you think of any other reason that the US would avoid exploiting your fears by raising the memory of Pearl Harbor? After all, fear exploitation has been the sole tool of the Bush administration and the media when it comes to garnering public support for the outrageous criminal conduct of this government! Think about it!