Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Fox “news” continues CBS, ABC, CNN Propaganda to Attack Iran: today’s CIA Operation Mockingbird

In the video clip from Fox below, Bill Kristol advocates US military attack on Iran because he predicts that Israel will attack Iran. This is propaganda for an unlawful war for the following “emperor has no clothes” obvious reasons. Fox "reporting" is also a manipulative variation of the same war drone I’ve documented from CBS, ABC, and CNN.

The US-created treaty of the UN legally forbids armed attack unless a nation’s government is attacking the US or there is imminent threat of attack. IAEA confirms all of Iran’s nuclear material is used for legal energy and medical isotopes; there is no threat of an attack from Iran. Therefore, US military attack is an unlawful War of Aggression; the worst crime a nation can commit, and in violation of US treaty and the US Constitution. All US military have an oath to support and defend the US Constitution and trained to refuse unlawful orders.
http://www.examiner.com/x-18425-LA-County-Nonpartisan-Examiner~y2010m4d6-Fox-news-continues-CBS-ABC-CNN-propaganda-to-attack-Iran-todays-CIA-Operation-Mockingbird

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, June 22nd, 2010.]

2 comments:

steven andresen said...

spook,

I have to say that most people standing on a street corner, if some guy walks up to them and says, "youse bother me, and shoots their kid in the head, and walks on, they would not do much. They may not believe that it would happen. If it happened to the person standing next to them, and their kid, they wouldn't do anything.

The fact that the U.S. kills millions a year is no big deal. The fact that the President can have assassination teams roaming the countryside killing citizens in broad daylight is not anything to worry about.

I do not think there will be any fuss made over a few million Iranians killed in the coming weeks, or that we will be asked to pay for the occupation of their country because, we can't just let them alone, they might organize a counterattack...

I am not today feeling charitable to my fellow Americans.

SpookyPunkos said...

I agree with you. It's a sorry sort of place we live in.

But as usual I can see that things can be changed. Alterations are difficult, but the people can be made aware of what is going on, and some will call for action.

I take heart in incidents where we see the gunman taken down by the average guy in the street. Not everyone will sit by.

Many in the international community- especially the Russian and Chinese states - will be very unhappy about an attack on Iran.

ps. In terms of my personal opinion on the people of the world I often reflect upon the words in this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51e2tBfmwio&feature=related