Before starting reading the posts here below, I just wanted to thank Ukrainians and said this to them : YOU ARE GREAT PEOPLE STANDING BY RUSSIA. Here is the reason why. Presstitude and Prostitutes, more of the same wield business. You just avoided the worst : prostitution to fill the vacuum of project, ambition and destiny. Needly to talk about White pastiche porn music, materialistic and fake occasional marriage for empty brains and fashion victims bending under the dictatorship of consumerism whatever the product : flawed or wildly hypocritical. Take care of what you see. Images are the best vehicles for lies and false pretenses.
Everything that shines is not gold.
More, don’t do like black people prompt to follow the easy path of what Others People have already created, instead of bringing some new patterns and models of thinking and living in the box of World modernity and Civilisation. Not only, they create zero, but they excell in monkey micmic behavior, even surpassing the original with vulgarity and laziness. We all fuck, this is everybody’s possession. Trying to enhance it into an artistic standard is just lazzy job, if any.
Black people especially Americans are still looking and waiting for one thing only : the approval and the ratification of their ancient White Masters as a pass by to enter the circles of White people. What an impoverishment and a set back centuries ago of brutal and hot slavery the Man of God, Rev. King cried out fiercefully bringing some light in the distressed lives of disenfranchised former slaves. Unique.
Don’t ask yourself why black people are still lagging behind the entire world. This is a cursed pattern playing anywhere black people are living. Monkeys, lip synch and sickening white pastiche. Some black people around the Western World are just shadows of themselves.
By the way the abdominal musculature tells nothing about sexual performances or about the lenght and the width of the penis. The West seems decadent morally and spiritually. Guess how far away the pastichers are ? Probably the wide of two oceans.
Remember, everything that shines is not gold.
That’s exactly the choice Ukraine has to do : either follow the milkshake EU unclear mixture or to come up together with Russia and the Neighborhood and set up a new building. I wish the best.
In tribute to Myriam Makeba and Nelson Mandela.
MOSCOW — President Vladimir Putin said Thursday he will pardon jailed oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a surprise decision that will let his top foe and Russia’s formerly richest man out of prison after more than a decade.
We hope the same fate to Snowden. When will Obama grant him the same kind of amnesty ? This is Christmas. Times for gifts, forgiveness and miracles.
The British tabloid News of the World hacked Kate Middleton’s phone while she was dating Prince William, a prosecutor told a London court at the trial of the defunct newspaper’s executives, according to the British Press Association.
In one voicemail message that William left Kate — the transcript of which was read in court by the prosecutor — the prince calls his future wife « babykins » and says he was almost shot by blank rounds during a military training exercise, the PA reported.
The revelation came in the trial of former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, who are accused of conspiring between October 2000 and August 2006 « to intercept communications in the course of their transmission, without lawful authority. » They deny the charges.
PRESSTITUDE AND PROSTITUTES. START THE READING. NOW
News media should illuminate conflicts of interest, not embody them. But the owner of the Washington Post is now doing big business with the Central Intelligence Agency, while readers of the newspaper’s CIA coverage are left in the dark.
The Post’s new owner, Jeff Bezos, is the founder and CEO of Amazon — which recently landed a $600 million contract with the CIA. But the Post’s articles about the CIA are not disclosing that the newspaper’s sole owner is the main owner of CIA business partner Amazon.
Even for a multi-billionaire like Bezos, a $600 million contract is a big deal. That’s more than twice as much as Bezos paid to buy the Post four months ago.
And there’s likely to be plenty more where that CIA largesse came from. Amazon’s offer wasn’t the low bid, but it won the CIA contract anyway by offering advanced high-tech “cloud” infrastructure.
Bezos personally and publicly touts Amazon Web Services, and it’s evident that Amazon will be seeking more CIA contracts. Last month, Amazon issued a statement saying, “We look forward to a successful relationship with the CIA.”
As Amazon’s majority owner and the Post’s only owner, Bezos stands to gain a lot more if his newspaper does less ruffling and more soothing of CIA feathers.
Amazon has a bad history of currying favor with the U.S. government’s “national security” establishment. The media watch group FAIR pointed out what happened after WikiLeaks published State Department cables: “WikiLeaks was booted from Amazon’s webhosting service AWS. So at the height of public interest in what WikiLeaks was publishing, readers were unable to access the WikiLeaks website.”
How’s that for a commitment to the public’s right to know?
Days ago, my colleagues at RootsAction.org launched a petition that says: “The Washington Post’s coverage of the CIA should include full disclosure that the sole owner of the Post is also the main owner of Amazon — and Amazon is now gaining huge profits directly from the CIA.” More than 15,000 people have signed the petition so far this week, with many posting comments that underscore widespread belief in journalistic principles.
While the Post functions as a powerhouse media outlet in the Nation’s Capital, it’s also a national and global entity — read every day by millions of people who never hold its newsprint edition in their hands. Hundreds of daily papers reprint the Post’s news articles and opinion pieces, while online readership spans the world.
Propaganda largely depends on patterns of omission and repetition. If, in its coverage of the CIA, the Washington Post were willing to fully disclose the financial ties that bind its owner to the CIA, such candor would shed some light on how top-down power actually works in our society.
“The Post is unquestionably the political paper of record in the United States, and how it covers governance sets the agenda for the balance of the news media,” journalism scholar Robert W. McChesney points out. “Citizens need to know about this conflict of interest in the columns of the Post itself.”
In a statement just released by the Institute for Public Accuracy, McChesney added: “If some official enemy of the United States had a comparable situation — say the owner of the dominant newspaper in Caracas was getting $600 million in secretive contracts from the Maduro government — the Post itself would lead the howling chorus impaling that newspaper and that government for making a mockery of a free press. It is time for the Post to take a dose of its own medicine.”
From the Institute, we also contacted other media and intelligence analysts to ask for assessments; their comments are unlikely to ever appear in the Washington Post.
“What emerges now is what, in intelligence parlance, is called an ‘agent of influence’ owning the Post – with a huge financial interest in playing nice with the CIA,” said former CIA official Ray McGovern. “In other words, two main players nourishing the national security state in undisguised collaboration.”
A former reporter for the Washington Post and many other news organizations, John Hanrahan, said: “It’s all so basic. Readers of the Washington Post, which reports frequently on the CIA, are entitled to know — and to be reminded on a regular basis in stories and editorials in the newspaper and online — that the Post’s new owner Jeff Bezos stands to benefit substantially from Amazon’s $600 million contract with the CIA. Even with such disclosure, the public should not feel assured they are getting tough-minded reporting on the CIA. One thing is certain: Post reporters and editors are aware that Bezos, as majority owner of Amazon, has a financial stake in maintaining good relations with the CIA — and this sends a clear message to even the hardest-nosed journalist that making the CIA look bad might not be a good career move.”
The rich and powerful blow hard against the flame of truly independent journalism. If we want the lantern carried high, we’re going to have to do it ourselves.
Norman Solomon is co-founder of RootsAction.org and founding director of the Institute for Public Accuracy. His books include “War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death.” Information about the documentary based on the book is at www.WarMadeEasyTheMovie.org.