Iran So Far Away
For example, contrast the media's intense interest in iran with it's interest in the ongoing violence right next door. The Los Angeles Times has written about Mexico's Drug War, as have others. From their own occasional reports the situation is so out of control they can hardly ignore it. "Mexico Under Siege - The drug war at our doorstep", "It's a war. - Mexican President Felipe Calderon", writes the LAT. Yet despite the occasional splash of recognition nothing much else happens.
When will the regime show some sustained concern, and when will someone in the media ask Obama "what took you so long" to address the war next door, across a border you don't want to defend?
The answer is never. Or at least not until the regime is toppled.
Violent immigrant aliens, economic crisis, and an outbreak of disease all cause the regime to leap to the defense of the aliens. Meanwhile they officially recognize native Whites as their most feared enemy, even acknowledging that we're displeased by and reacting to their own behavior. What's lacking is a broader recognition of the strength and nature of this assault on Whites.
Much of the attention the media has directed toward iran has the curious effect of revealing their double standards on political rights and censorship. In iran we're told the "cracking down" on people trying to express themselves is a hallmark of totalitarianism and thuggery. Meanwhile at home in the West the same media plays an instrumental role in demonizing "racism" and "hate".
Attempted Iran media clampdown meets Internet age contains a typical example of the media's attitude toward iran:
CNN turned in part to the social-networking sites, broadcasting images posted on Facebook and Twitter, and explaining on-air that it was using "creativity" to cover a big event under government restrictions.Yes indeed they are committed to using "creativity" to get the word out about the events in an alien country. At home however they demonstrate a decided lack of interest in the squashing of White political free expression. The case of Simon Sheppard and Stephen Whittle for instance. The Mail's Race-hate Britons return to UK for sentencing is fairly typical of the sparse, unsympathetic coverage:
"We cannot verify readily some of this material that we're going to show you," correspondent David Mattingly warned viewers. Much of the material on Twitter is posted anonymously.
CNN spokeswoman Bridget Leininger said that adding context and explaining issues was necessary when reporting with such online sources. "We are committed to making the most information available in a tough news environment, while being totally transparent with the audience," she said.
Two Britons who fled to the United States after they were accused of waging a campaign of hate against Jews and other minority groups appeared in front of a British court today after they were returned to the UK.
Simon Sheppard, 52, and Stephen Whittle, 42, were convicted of a number of race-hate crimes at Leeds Crown Court following two lengthy trials, the last of which finished in January.
The investigation into the men began when a complaint about a leaflet called 'Tales of the Holohoax' was reported to the police in 2004 after it was pushed through the door of a Synagogue in Blackpool.Here we see evidence, and only after the outcome of the case has been locked down tight, of the single standard behind what only seems to be a double standard. They sing the praises of free expression so that someone, anyone, replaces Mr. Wipe Israel Off the Map, while mostly burying their own disgust with the free expression of Sheppard and Whittle. Whether with iran or the persecution of our own free speaking heretics, the regime is concerned primarily about what's best for jews. It's a rhetorical question, but Whose Country Is This Anyway?
Here's another example of the government and its media being on the same page:
In what appeared to be a coordinated exchange, President Obama called on the Huffington Post's Nico Pitney near the start of his press conference and requested a question directly about Iran.Iranian aliens are able to ask questions of the US president. Iranian aliens are "courageous" to communicate online.
“Nico, I know you and all across the Internet, we've been seeing a lot of reports coming out of Iran,” Obama said, addressing Pitney. “I know there may actually be questions from people in Iran who are communicating through the Internet. Do you have a question?”
Pitney, as if ignoring what Obama had just said, said: “I wanted to use this opportunity to ask you a question directly from an Iranian.”
He then noted that the site had solicited questions from people in the country “who were still courageous enough to be communicating online.”
Reporters typically don’t coordinate their questions for the president before press conferences, so it seemed odd that Obama might have an idea what the question would be. Also, it was a departure from White House protocol by calling on The Huffington Post second, in between the AP and Reuters.The media, the government, and jewish activists (specifically the SPLC) have most assuredly coordinated their own anti-White activities here at home.
Bonnie Erbe, a media heavyweight who just happens to be jewish, responded to an attack in which a single non-jew was killed by calling for the government to Round Up Hate-Promoters Now, Before Any More Holocaust Museum Attacks:
If yesterday's Holocaust Museum slaying of security guard and national hero Stephen Tyrone Johns is not a clarion call for banning hate speech, I don't know what is. Playwright Janet Langhart Cohen appeared on CNN yesterday right after the shooting, as she wrote a play that was supposed to have been debuted at the Holocaust Museum last night. Her play is about Emmett Till, whose lynching helped launch the Civil Rights Movement, and Ann Frank, whose diary told the story of Holocaust victims in hiding in the Netherlands during World War II.The regime wants the internet open to iranian aliens (at least for now), and closed to "hate speakers". In fact silencing "hate" isn't enough. They want to "Round Up Hate-Promoters Now". Erbe's hysterical attitude reveals her own hate. The dishonest and hypocritical language of "hate" provides a politically correct way for jews to openly do themselves, from positions of power, what they constantly accuse powerless "haters" of wanting to do to them. They project their own thoughts onto others and then cry "hate!" It's disgusting as well as hateful.
She said something must be done about ridding the Internet and the public dialogue of hate speech. I agree.