15 Dec 2005

MSM Watch, Part 394

Just as predicted, the world media mis-information of the Australian riots as a “race” problem  is shown up just 48 hours later ,with the news that Muslim gangs have attacked, and in once case burned down, four Christian churches  in Sydney.  

“A community hall linked to a Uniting Church was burned to the ground early yesterday, carol-singers were spat on and church buildings peppered with gunfire.” Read it all.

Elsewhere, Agence France Press shows the hopeless bias of world media, who no longer bother to hide their naked distortions. Here is what they report, December 14th:

WASHINGTON (AFP) - One day before Iraq’s historic parliamentary elections, US President George W. Bush defiantly defended his case for war and said he would preemptively attack another country if he deemed it necessary.


Here is what Bush actually said:
“In an age of terrorism and weapons of mass destruction, if we wait for threats to fully materialize, we will have waited too long.”


UPDATE at 12/14/05 5:32:29 pm:

The story linked above has been edited by AFP to remove the outrageously biased headline, but the original is still posted here :

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Well that's strange. I followed your link, but I didn't find the quote that you quoted. Instead, I found this:
"One day before Iraq's historic parliamentary elections, US President George W. Bush defended his decision to invade that country and reserved the right to preemptive war in the future."
Did they change the wording or did I misread the article or did you misquote?
Stranger indeed was the fact that what you say Bush actually said was the very next sentence in your Yahoo AFP link.
Am I misunderstanding your intent here or are you actually trying to misrepresent this news article? You are an honest man, aren't you? So what's going on here?

Orwells_Ghost said...

I have seen Yahoo posts slightly modded in the past after the first feed has come in from a wire agency.

Indeed this seems to be the case as the site that I got the feed off has:

"UPDATE at 12/14/05 5:32:29 pm:

The story linked above has been edited by AFP to remove the outrageously biased headline, but the original is still posted here http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20051214/wl_mideast_afp/iraqvoteusbush_051214185220

I am an honest man.