Propaganda Alert! CNN & Iraqi Intelligence.

This weekend CNN will launch a full frontal assault on the truth with their expose on the “intelligence failure” that led the US to believe that Iraq had WMD. There will be no mention of the overwhelming majority of the global intelligence community who knew Iraq posed no threat. There will be no mention of the Office of Special Plans set up to re-evaluate the findings of the US intelligence community. There will be no mention of the cherry picking or the ignoring all opinions that did not support findings that would indicate Iraq was a threat. There will be no mention on how Scott Ritter, Hans Blix & every single anti-war Bush hater liberal, was 100% correct about Iraq not being a threat. There will be no mention of the PNAC plan to invade Iraq and about their New Pearl Harbor comments that gave them their free ticket to proceed with their insane plan. And last but not least there will be no mention of how the Plame leak sent a loud clear message to the intelligence community, indicating that anyone who dared tell a truth that may counter the PNAC administrations lies, will feel the wrath of the administration, and how that virtually castrated the intelligence community. You will only see scabs who will take the blame for the administration in order to make it seem as if there were actually people who felt Iraq was a real threat.

Mark down the names of everyone you see spilling their guts in this special. Then watch our news page over the next year or so as we report every promotion, bonus or appointment of the people who participate in this propaganda piece.

I have not seen this show and I have not read anything about it. I simply saw a 20 second promo for it on CNN. I do however have a very strong feeling that I will be correct in every one of my predictions. As a matter of fact I’d bet on it! Wouldn’t you? Think about it!

One Response to “Propaganda Alert! CNN & Iraqi Intelligence.”

  1. Michael says:

    Hi Jesse,
    As you might or might not know, I am a very avid supporter of your work. I have recommended your site to many friends and associates as I believe you have a good grasp of many issues that are facing the media and our country today. However, this is one time I sincerely feel you have overstepped a bit.

    Although I am not a big fan of CNN, I do not think it is fair to prejudge a presentation and report prior to even seeing it. Aren’t there enough examples of their existing work to criticize without trying to pre-judge this effort? The tide seems to finally be changing and the media is slowly but surely creeping over to our side. If in fact, the show is poorly or unfairly done, I would back you to the hilt in offering a scathing review. But by pre-criticizing a report I feel you damage your own credibility as well as your belief that the media should be fair an impartial as well as honest.

    Keep up the good work. I’m with you all the way.

    Michael

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