Monday, December 31, 2007

Pay Close Attention at 2 Minutes, 22 Seconds...



Not a surprise...Nor is it a surprise that our government would keep this a secret...What does disgust surprise me, however, is Frost's complete brush off of Bhutto's "bombshell" statement (though she reveals this in a strangely matter-of-fact manner).

I've been saying this for years now on this blog, but it bears repeating:

Free press is dead.

Note the omission of key statement in this sanitized BBC clip. (Click on "Bhutto Calls for Investigation," and you will see around 5 minutes in that her statement was deleted.)

We are owned.

Wake up, folks, and smell the censorship.

Happy new year.

ADDENDUM: This post, written by a Canadian (British? -- not certain, but he or she uses British grammar) blogger, is excellent. A few updates there, which only bring up more disturbing questions...Many thanks to Aphid for pointing me toward this fine blog.

6 Comments:

At 7:07 PM, Anonymous Alexis said...

Wow.

BTW Happy New Year x

 
At 5:21 PM, Anonymous aphid said...

What, only one other comment? What the fuck, does nobody else give a shit? This is big news if it's true, and I hope it gets out.

Oh, and yeah, happy new year. Late.

 
At 3:05 PM, Blogger Ms. Lori said...

Happy New Year to you, Alexis! xxxooo

Aphid, well, I think it's damn strange how the media is completely ignoring this. WTF indeed.

Thank *you* for caring, though!

 
At 3:13 PM, Anonymous aphid said...

This article might have some relevance, even though it seems to have been written by a pretentious douche.

There's also this one, which is less pretentious and poses some interesting questions.

The writer of this article seems a little wacko but it still might be worth something to you.

If you've already read these, I apologize for being unintentionally repetitive.

 
At 3:23 AM, Anonymous aphid said...

Holy fuck, I get a credit in the blog! Thanks, Lori!

Does this mean I get my own reality show now?

 
At 7:00 AM, Blogger Ms. Lori said...

Aphid, yes, and it will be called "Flavor of Aphid," in which you will be forced to live in a zany house full of colorful characters who attempt to woo you with their wacky, wacky charms.

I'll be watching!

 

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