originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
Not credible does not mean wrong, it just means not credible.
Ya can see the US propaganda all over the place ... one of the things about western media, is that there are no questions on issues. It's like, every
news media buys stuff ... hook bait and sink ... all in one. It's like when news come out with pictures of trucks entering turkey ... US replied by
stating Syria bought its own oil from ISIS. Not one single media, in the entire western hemisphere ... opened up so much as a map, to see if this was
remotely possible. The immediately dismissed pictures of it, and countered with allegations on their without so much as a shred of evidence. And
people in the US buy it, for a dollar ... because their GOD, the president, said it.
People in the west are brainwashed morons... just an observable fact.
Now, I'm not going to say that everything I read on RT is credible. But reading some of their stuff, as well as Tass, Veterans Today and other
alternative news media, gives you one single point. It gives you a lot of insight, and critical thought ... and that actually makes it credible.
Some of their stuff is ludicrous, other stuff isn't ... it only shows, that they are looking at every angle. And that's a good thing.
Just a year ago here, there was a man set free after 20 years in prison ... for multiple homicide charges, as it was discovered, 20 years after the
fact that he was innocent. After research into how it could happen, there was one critical point ... all the investigating elements of the original
crime scenario, lacked critical thought. They were all clapping each others back, and nobody came up with criticism against the main line of thought.
This is what has happened here in the west, people lack critical thought and are all on the same team ... clapping each others back, pepping each
other for a work well done.
Retarded morons, and that's saying it lightly.
Turkey's role has been obvious, from day one ... it's "dubious" role in everything. I don't blame the turks ... they saw an opportunity and ceased
it. The west was "hellbent" on a single route, like a blind folded horse ... and turkey saw an opportunity to play this, and gain from it ... who
wouldn't? Can't blame Turkey for that, we all would ... however, what the Turks decide to do from this point forward is another matter.
edit on 15/12/2015 by bjarneorn because: (no reason given)