posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 10:30 AM
What's important here are not the facts. Only that evey possible means be employed to ensure that people never - EVER feel they can 'relate' to Mr.
Please remember - these are politicians and their associates that are directing the media - their tools and methods are as old and transparent as is
their propensity to think themselves superior.
Many expect that if they can make editorial adjustments to the media 'news' stream, repeatedly evoking the "rape" charges (and his affinity for
entanglements with doting females), they can force the perception that he is not like "you and me" and threfore, his motivations must be alien to us.
They will continue to engender the image you've been seeing until they are confident that he has no "popular" support.
I still think it is a mistake on their part; but their 1950's mentality insists that any threat to them must be identified with a personality they can
villify... sort of like thinking that World War II was about Hitler, and not the party he led along with many other marginally human actors.
Soon they will begin the Madison Avenue smear tactics anew, especially as the news eventually sinks in that the Wikileaks may have been 'trading' with
the MSM for quite some time, and that there is the possibility that Mr. Assange may have secretly been profiting from the connections. But for now
that is just unsubstantiated rumor... and is likely to remain so as long as media companies are set on having their cake and eating it too.
Of course, because of the power of the establshment to usurp the press for its purposes, and the fact that it has done so liberally for it's own self
advancement, they are now faced with actually having to 'rewrite' laws so they can pick and choose who they can persecute/prosecute and who is - sigh
- 'above the law.'
edit on 17-12-2010 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)