posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 11:38 AM
Originally posted by Maya432
Originally posted by GT100FV
reply to post by Hyzera
Well perhaps not you, but if you listen to the rhetoric that is spewed about folks that aren't in the "tin foil hat wearing crowd," it's
considerably less flattering. I'm just trying to point out the hypocrisy in these people feeling insulted by such comments, whilst using far more
insulting comments themself.
They have no choice but to insulted by "Her" comments.
once they have basically figured out how "Faux News/and others operate, then it is easy to see the PURE PROPAGANDA that "She" is spewing.
They also have no choice because they feel that "She" is flat out Lying to them.
they have watched "Her" and "Her" co-workers for years now and now realize that the nazi propaganda monster machine that is faux news is Busted in
And I for one agree...it is a Super Biased one sided operation
Here's the point I'm getting at- nobody likes to be referred to in an unflattering manner. Those that get called tin foil hat wearing, moonbats,
etc... get upset when referred to that way. This crowd firmly believes they are correct in their perspectives. Michelle Malkin and those of her
perspective also feel that they are correct in their perspectives, and that it's the tin foil crowd who is spewing propaganda. So in other words,
boths sides feel that the other are the ones spewing propaganda. Of course those on Michelle's side are called fascists, baby sacrificing, satanic,
murderous, treasonous, genocidal maniacs. Now from the tin foil hat crowd's perspective, they may feel that these are legitimate characterizations,
but if you lean towards to conservative side, who disagree with these allegations, you'll tend to think that only a tin foil hat wearer would make
such claims. Just remember- the word propaganda doesn't mean that the information being put out is false.
2: the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person
3: ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further one's cause or to damage an opposing cause; also : a public action having such an
As seen here in the definition, propaganda isn't by definition a falsehood. It's just ideas/facts counter to the perspective of the ones receiving