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What you DIDNT see on CNN after the "Interview"

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posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 06:10 PM
I just think there are too many of us/them to agree
we having to many walk in souls/bad partially bad entities who dont favor homo sapiens interest or share our values or agenda

posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 06:49 PM
Good thread, and great save by Unmask the Deception.

I would have to say the best part was when the lady pointed at the sign about the Fed. Maybe once all the elephant/donkey fights are done they'll all see who the real enemy is.

Then again.. maybe the only ones who "see" are those not in power.

As for the MSM, seems like now is the time to be "Lois Lane" and go find the truth. When times are good, then sure pick a teet and get your milk. But when times are bad, news should be everywhere. Big scoops. I guess reporters don't have a superman to save them after they tick off the big guys, eh?

Really glad I got a chance to see it, had been wondering what it was, and why CNN had to cover it up.

posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 08:55 PM

Originally posted by CityIndian
Seems to me all the so called 'right wingers' getting together to protest for the sake of protesting. They don't even know what they're talking about, socialism? If they new what socialism actually is they'd realize how stupid they sound.

Their definition is a McCarthyist throwback, pure and simple. I firmly believe the Cold War is largely to blame for our cronyist state.

The economy? Do they really think the economy was all dandy and suddenly heir bush steps down and all goes to hell?

Several of them have taken to quoting Cato Institute, in claiming that Bush was a liberal, and they're now acknowledging that Afghanistan and Iraq are going to be failures, but they claim that because we have that secondary mandate of country-building. It's all about tarnishing Bush so they can continue to hate that liberal Obama.

Nevermind that the two most liberal Presidents in the past 25 years were Reagan and George W. Bush; those damn Democrats are the liberals! Except Bush! Oh yeah, we forgot...

No, I think there's other reasons for this, childish stubbornness. They are not even willing to give Obama a chance because they don't want him to succeed.

To clarify my position, I didn't vote for Obama for any other reason than that I didn't like McCain's sabre rattling, didn't care for Bob Barr's isolationist stance, didn't care for Baldwin at all because, seriously, the Constitution Party candidate pushed an un-Constitutional position? And Cynthia McKinney defected from the Democrats because she thought they were getting too conservative...I'm sorry, no. Obama, once you get past the far-left lovefest and the far-right hatefest, seems to be pretty centered, even if he seems dodgy. Had Ron Paul been some others say, I distrust career politicians, especially when one can't talk about them without an army of shrill illogical protestors showing up, not to mention someone who seems likely to spout and make policy on creationism-only nonsense (I believe in God but believe evolution is in His plans, but concede that only He knows how He is running things...)

You know how kids are if they decide they don't like someone and they constantly make sly remarks and dig up dirt to gossip about them?

They know Bush was a failure, they want Osama to be a failure also. Bush got a lot of stick and I think this is childish payback.

What a load of freakin loons people are. This isn't about politics at all.

While I'll acknowledge that there were people who were at protests who were genuinely concerned about the government, and that there were truly grass-roots Tea Parties, I also tend to believe that my small town is not in a bubble, and our local event was anything BUT grass-roots. Two of the major sponsors were FreedomWorks and Heartland Institute. Look at those orgs, and look who they get their money from, and tell me with a straight face that, say, Verizon has a keen interest in an anarcho-capitalist anti-cronyist small-government movement. Get real, people supporting the movement. You have your beliefs, and some people with a lot of cash have pulled the wool over your eyes. Welcome to the club! Congratulations on being alterna-sheeple. Now do something about it, if you can.

"We have seen the enemy, and he is us" --Pogo

posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 10:49 AM
Is the irony of a news organization asking for the removal of a video about a news event based on 'copyright infringement' registering with anyone?

Hey you slow guys...

Do you REALLY think you 'vote'?

Do you understand that the 'parties' put up the slat of candidates? Issues?

It never ceases to amaze me how some people think making a simple binary decision about any topic at all, when you have NO CONTROL OVER THE PREMISE, is anything but a simple exercise in YOUR GULLIBILITY.

Does it register on anyone how the world/regional/local news ALWAYS fits into the standard time allotment format?

You want to see the news?

Unplug your TV, unplug your internet connection, unplug your radio... Go out into the world...

And start talking to people...

It's got NOTHING to do with what the news readers are saying...

Hey! Who has a copy of that interview?

If you are that incensed about this thing... You WILL get it done!

(SO late on the scene lazy guys like me can play too.

Speaking of its been three whole months...

I keep getting up early every morning running downstairs to see the CHANGE...

Have any of you guys seen it?

[edit on 21-4-2009 by golemina]

posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 03:02 PM
reply to post by golemina

yeah i couldn't believe it when i went to the youtube link to show it to a friend and it had been removed due to copyright infringement. Yet there are countless cnn reports on youtube that hasnt been taken down, just goes to show what a corrupt world we live in, and they call us conspiracy nuts with no proof.

posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 03:21 PM

HAHAHA I couldn't belive it is a "News Story" that got leaked 'Copyrighted'?

I thought the simple fact that the freedom of the press was alive was to report ALL the news not just what they want? I know that all news media outlets are biased and have agendas, but getting caught and then removing it and using the Copyright cop-out just makes them seen as who they are. Corporate Owned Media and easily influenced.

And CNN was on my Favorites as well, oh well - while my viewership might be a drop in the bucket, things like these have a tendency to cause a blowback.

posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 04:15 PM
reply to post by regeya

This video shows you how perfect they have become in their control and conditioning of our minds. They really do have it down to a science.

What do you call it when you know that you are being deceived and you go along with the program anyway?

Do we really think that closing our eyes and shutting out the truth will stop the flood when it arrives at our door?

For many it is not longer a matter of waking up. Now it is a matter of standing up and following the Pied Piper is not going to lead us to freedom.

posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 10:39 PM
Taken down. Any alternatives?


Never mind. Here you go, for the folks just coming in now.

[edit on 21-4-2009 by Gorman91]

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 07:10 AM
reply to post by Gorman91

Thanks for reposting. Certainly worthy of a 2nd view and analysis.

It is my opinion that despite the ensuing aftermath, the CNN reporter did infuse a certain "slant" to the story. However she was a lone dissident in a hostile crowd and did offer the microphone to the man with the kid to state his case, more than once. Unfortunately he was not an articulate speaker and was further interrupted by an angry member of the crowd, not the reporter herself.

IMO, the bias expressed by a lone female reporter unrehearsed "live" in the midst of any crowd pales in comparison to the blatant, orchestrated mass deception perpetrated by FOX News.

In the "off-air" confrontation that followed, the "Jane Doe" was doing a fine job until she suggested the reporter was "stupid." The reporter had been respectful up until that.

Like it or not, there are generally two sides to every story. Just striving to be objective.


[edit on 22-4-2009 by kinda kurious]

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 02:36 PM
reply to post by kinda kurious

Well I find it offensive that most people here, who hate Fox, would probably march along in that crowd. The reporter was trying to use a two sided coin to a three sided cleavage. The Jane Doe put it as it is. We, the people, no longer show legitimacy to either party, and to label us as members of either is wrong and simply a "stupid" move on her behalf.

You could tell she tried to get the Jane Doe to say she got the idea from Fox or something, but when the lone lady said the internet, the reporter had no response, because she, again, had failed to try and label her that which she is not.

Also, in the unseen parts, I believe the man interrupting the father was a wise old marine or veteran. He seemed to see the reporter's bias and wanted to prevent her from making it so. I like him. He understood what was happening. He gave a comforting arm-on-shoulder in the additional footage, trying to control the crowed. He is the anti-heckler, knowing fair and well what an unruly crowed can become.

[edit on 22-4-2009 by Gorman91]

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 08:51 PM
reply to post by Gorman91

Hey big guy thanks for the repost!

I've laughed myself silly watching Ms. 'Journalist' apparently not liking Mr. Shakeys response starts lecturing him...

Hey Moron! You're getting $400 dollars back!

And yes KK, the glass slipper DOES fit the 'journalist'. Not to mention be as condescending as you want... If it makes you feel better.

[edit on 22-4-2009 by golemina]

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 09:08 PM

Originally posted by Gorman91
I believe the man interrupting the father was a wise old marine or veteran.

A nostalgic wish perhaps. I don't see him wearing any military logos or regalia. He is wearing a plain white cap.

But you are welcome to inject inferences and supposition if it makes you feel better.

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 09:28 PM
He had the yellow "don't tread on me" that many old veterans love. Rangers or something.

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 09:50 PM

Originally posted by Gorman91
He had the yellow "don't tread on me" that many old veterans love. Rangers or something.

He also had on a baseball cap. That doesn't make him Babe Ruth.

I am just pointing out your suggestions are inferences without factual basis.

I tend to try no to always take things at "face value." I come to ATS to consider fantastic things, to think outside the box. Heck, we can't even be sure that the kid the man is holding is his own and not some prop. Or that the whole encounter wasn't staged.

Sorry, I question things....I'm Kurious.

[edit on 22-4-2009 by kinda kurious]

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 01:33 AM
the original posted video doesn't seem to work anymore, if you were curious, here it is:

if this doesn't work, type in CNN Tea Party what they didn't show you/ behind the scenes

for anyone who didn't get to see it

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 02:00 AM
I applaud these people (Tea Party Protesters). Whether or not we all agree on the same thing. It seems we're all waking up to the same cause.

I pity the politicians/media/bankers. They seem like they're scrambling to control something that is out of their grasp. But still they need the same love we do. Yin Yang. They push us to be better ;-)

"The next revolution will be a revolution of ideas..." -Bill Hicks

[edit on 23-4-2009 by flysse]

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 09:43 AM
reply to post by kinda kurious

He also had on a baseball cap. That doesn't make him Babe Ruth.

I am just pointing out your suggestions are inferences without factual basis.

Yeah, you just can't trust what you see...

I tend to try no to always take things at "face value." I come to ATS to consider fantastic things, to think outside the box. Heck, we can't even be sure that the kid the man is holding is his own and not some prop. Or that the whole encounter wasn't staged.

Good call KK!

If you look more closely KK, you'll see that it's NOT even a real person...

He's a puppet and that guy doing the comforting is a ventriloquist.

[edit on 23-4-2009 by golemina]

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 12:30 PM
reply to post by Southern Guardian

Apparently, you do not get the point. All of this is contrived. If it was McCain in there, he would have done the same exact things. Pass (all of the stimulus bills), etc... These people are upset because no matter what the government says they will never get it right. They will keep using us as their tool to debt us into oblivion. Every single person there is angry and afraid. Afraid for their futures and kids futures. The fact that the CNN reporter was that biased; talking trash on that man with the child because his views did not coincide with that of CNN's is pure bigotry. (RIGHT WING, CONSERVATIVE, ANTI-GOVERNMENT) She said everything that could be said to discredit these people and for what? Well we all know they're agenda's are. Even Fox News has their agenda, although it still is not clear at this point. Americans are fed up, and yes we do not want violence. But the way they portray us sure as heck will not deter it.

I think the crowd overwhelmed you as well. But you weren't there to understand why all of those people were protesting. You just soaked up everything CNN said. Don't blame all of this on the, wait how did you say this? "Do nothing conservatives." Where are those do nothing liberals? Dude they are both the same. Do some research and understand that these two false paradigms are only here to divide us. You clearly have been divided already.

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 09:34 PM
Ok, that may be so. In any case, he was definably trying to control breakdowns in civility, so that's good.

posted on Apr, 24 2009 @ 06:51 PM



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