Friday, December 09, 2005

BUSTED!!! Neocon Agenda Revealed

As I was trolling throught the WND, I encountered an interesting article about the recent riots in France. One of the Saudia Arabian princes, al-Walid bin Talal, who owns stock in the Fox News Channel complained directly to Murdoch about the slanted coverage of the riots.

During the coverage, the FNC displayed a banner calling the riots "Muslim Riots" while in actuality that was false. The riots were primarily caused by the impoverished, lower-class of France. I covered the story correctly nearly a month ago (Click here to view article) and I couldn't agree with al-Walid anymore on the subject. The statement was wrong and misleading.

It's apparent that this could very well be part of the neocon agenda. You see, FNC and other collaborators twisted the story to make it seem as if the Muslim population was terrorizing another country, fortifying the imperialistic means of the neocons. In other words, by demonizing the Muslim population in France, the war in Iraq (and future Muslim countries for that matter) is seemingly justified. Call me crazy, call me conspiratorial, but hey, it makes sense.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You're a dick.

Neo-Con Tastic said...

Good one! That's the kind of debate that I've been waiting for!

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

ZING!

Dan Trabue said...

So you're ANTI-neocon? Or is this sarcasm? I assumed from your blogtitle that you were pro-neocon values...

Neo-Con Tastic said...

Dan, I'm anti-neocon. I made the mistake of titling myself sarcastically. If you notice in my introduction, I explain the overgeneralization of the right at the hands of the left. I wish I could change that but I don't know how. My URL is permanent.

Yea, I'm against the neocon agenda for a variety of reasons but there is one primary reason. The neocon agenda is literally a cancer ripping throught the Republican party. They mask themselves as 'compassionate conservatives' but in actuality, they're only goal is an imperialistic American empire.

Dan Trabue said...

Well, hey! We may be friends after all!