Tuesday, 18 January 2011

British media starts peddling CIA rhetoric in wake of Tunisia revolt

Yet again, we had to listen to that sycophantic immaturity of Jon Snow, in his usual presentation of the Channel Four News.  Sometimes we are left wondering if little Jon makes this stuff up as he goes along.  Many of us still haven't forgotten his cringingly  embarrassing behavior as the Chilean miners were released last year, while much more important news was being abandoned on the other side of the world, as thousands of Pakistan's were perishing in apocalyptic floods, only to be yet again overshadowed later by a petty Pakistan cricketing scandal.

This time,  in the aftermath of the Tunisian revolt, Snow drifts off, on about other countries in the region toppling like dominoes. However, this is not the main concern. The powers that be, just use this little fool to feed us with predictive programming from the CIA. Amid the turmoil in Tunisia, following the flight of the Tunisian president, ousted by a revolt, the British media starts talking about instability in other neighboring Arab countries. This is irrelevant, as it follows a familiar pattern. This ploy absolutely wreaks of CIA, and if you've ever watched, "Confessions of an Economic Hitman", you'll soon discover why.