November 23, 2006

Exhibit A in the Bush fear campaign.

Get a load of this from local bunker dweller "QC Media ghost" (I was going to post it last night, but didn't want to spoil people's appetites.)

I also had to stop and think for a while to determine if it was simply satire and a joke, or actually serious. Hard as it is to believe, I think it's serious.

And remember, as you tuck your little cherubs into bed tonight, don't forget to teach them to be as evil as Muslims.

If you can get through the entire thing without throwing up in your mouth, you're a stronger person than I.

3 Comments:

At 11/24/2006 2:40 PM, Anonymous saul said...

Very disturbing. The attempt to reveal the supposed Islamic conspiracy to take over America looks like it was cut from the same cloth as the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. It's very disheartening to know that some people in our community are inclined to look at all Muslims as if they were terrorists, and applaud when innocent Muslims are arbitrarily denied their basic rights for no reason at all.

I don't know if you've seen it or not, but there was a very interesting TV documentary in the UK called The Power of Nightmares that talks about how our and the British government have used fear to manipulate the populace since 9/11. Though I don't agree with all of the interpretation (it's too pro-Clinton and pro-Kissinger for me), I found some of the information pretty astounding (it's not a 9/11 conspiracy theory program, by the way). In any case it's very good and definitely worth watching. There's all sorts of very interesting archival and interview info about the background of both Islamicism and neoconservativism over the past fifty years or so. The show has been released for free over the internet, so you can download it either from the links on the wikipedia page linked above, or from here. (There are many short reviews at the last link, so you can further read some of the criticisms of the program, too).

 
At 11/30/2006 9:55 AM, Blogger QCMediaGhost said...

How generous that Vera French customers are allowed to blog here.

 
At 11/30/2006 11:15 AM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Yep, the fact your comment is published is proof.

 

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