Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Slow news day? Make it up!

Changing the cultural, social and political landscape of America has been the agenda of liberal “journalists” since Watergate. Every one of them “wants to change the world”, disregarding the chaos in their own backyard.

An early evening whine-o-gram touts the “success” (here, and here.... but here CAIR has the answers to this islamophobia we just witnessed) of a ruse to show how Americans react to racism. ABC Primetime; “What would you do?” Hidden cameras filmed the reactions to scripted actors portraying American racist against muslim victim.

In April 2006, NBC tried to get a similar stunt off the ground. The setting was the Richmond Motor Speedway in Virginia. Michelle Malkin has email correspondence from a muslim activist looking for arab men willing to attend non-muslim events such as NASCAR, and film the reactions of those attending. It appears NBC contacted Tarek El-Messidi, a Tennessee muslim activist, looking for willing participants.

Needless to say, I was a bit pissed, and my post reflected it, being a NASCAR fan myself.

I wrote; "targeting NASCAR because fans are stereotyped as rednecks. Well, I'm a NASCAR fan and have been since the early 70's. Maybe these fans are more patriotic and God fearing. If you tune in to the opening moments, prior to the famous "gentlemen, start your engines", you'll hear the national anthem and an invocation from a local pastor. This is the only sport with it's own religious outreach, The Chapel at the Tracks, as it was called in the "olden days". Today it's known as Raceway Ministries." and "It seems NBC is trying to capitalize on the poll results showing Americans see islam in a negative light by staging these muslim props in non-muslim events. How desperate are they for ratings? This isn't the first time NBC has set up the news. Do you remember the canoe girl?"

Dinah Lord has the "rest of the story" and more links.


Anonymous said...

whats with the obama bashing? like it or not that guys the next president

SkyePuppy said...


It ain't over till the fat lady sings, and she don't sing till November.

janice said...

You're so right Skye.

Seems everyone is counting their chickens before the eggs have been laid.

Anonymous said...

john mccain is way too old to be president. its time for a regime change