For weeks now, I've been asking for somebody to debate me on Iran. To take the anti-Iran stance and prove to me that they are an agressive nation,
that there is not
a consorted effort on the part of NATO, The United States Military Industrial Complex and Israel to paint Iran as a danger in
the Middle East and drum up support for all out war.
So far, I've heard nothing but crickets. So today I present more information that shows clearly that a war with Iran has not only been planned for a
long time, but that it's also been spun as something it is not.
Gen. McCaffrey privately briefs NBC execs on
war with Iran
Apparently, not only does NBC continue to present McCaffrey to its viewers as some sort of objective analyst, but NBC News executives use him as
some kind of private consultant and briefer on the news. On January 12, 2012, McCaffrey presented a seminar to roughly 20 NBC executives and producers
— including NBC News President Steve Capus — entitled “Iran, Nukes & Oil: The Gulf Confrontation.” We’ve obtained the Power Point document
McCaffrey prepared and distributed for his presentation, and in it, he all but predicts war with Iran within the next 90 days: one that is likely to
be started by them.
The above article not only discusses how the conflict with Iran was planned, it also discusses how there is a growing society of ex military
officials, officiers etc, who are participating in the Pentagon's Propaganda Programs.
Not only for war, but for various military policies that arise from now and then. These officials are playing both sides of the fence and the media
uses them almost as special informants and guides to discussing military operations and current events on air.
Some jouralistic integrity eh?
The report provided by General McCaffrey not only discusses war within 90 days, it also states that Iran will be the agressor, prompting military
action, which is a completely baseless accusation considering the empirical evidence against an agressive Iran. It's also worth nothing outside of
their own borders, Iran hasn't participated in an open conflict since the war with Iraq. ( which they were invaded)
After this article being published by Salon, they've been under attack most notably by the Huffington Post, which you can read at the bottom of the
article. Quite funny how they attempt to paid Mr. Greenwald was somehow dishonest in his reporting, without actually providing the information that
Greenwald has responded to NBC’s statement, saying it’s untrue he didn’t communicate with anyone at NBC. He did quote Kapp in his original
post. “… despite its opening flurry of accusations, NBC does not even purport to identify a single inaccuracy in any thing I reported,”
Greenwald writes in his updated post. “Replies like this one — that are long on screeching invective and short on any identified inaccuracies —
do more to bolster the validity of the original article than anything else could.”
I'd sure say so too.
As the campaign of propaganda intensifies and the MSM stumbles over itself in an effort to hide it's clear bias towards government policies and the
military industrial complex, the United States and the rest of the world's citizens must hold their breath and pray that there is not yet another
conflict in the Middle East to sully their good names.
What say you ATS? Do you believe the propaganda?
edit on 3/1/2012 by tothetenthpower because: (no reason given)