reply to post by delusion
Originally posted by delusion
Originally posted by Tallone
Except that article is written and promoted by a well known hoaxer to ATS.. Sorcha Faal
Really? Damn, talk about disinfo if that's the case. It's not even portrayed as speculation, it's portrayed as fact.
Oh well, right?
There you go. Classic deceptive tactics by MSN. Add to the list above posted by SyntheticPerception
Looks like a big cover up underway and its international.
Definitely worth keeping an eye on facts as they unfold.
edit on 12-11-2012 by Tallone because: (no reason given)
Wait, what? You consider that hoax article by sorcha faal to be mainstream media?!?
Please connect the dots slower for those of us left behind - WHAT coverup, WHAT makes it look that way, and how is it international?
edit on 12-11-2012 by delusion because: (no reason given)
I guess my reply could have been clearer.
The Sorcha faal story is being run in the MSN. The fact they ran the story lends it credence, which it DOES NOT deserve. Like I said, MSN are
being directed by the corporations through editorial channels probably, to run these stories. I am saying the 'classic deceptive tactics' they are
engaging in has the purpose of getting you to look over there, over here, then over there that-a-ways, etc.
You, us, we, are not meant to be connecting the dots. They are not giving us complete information such as you would get in real investigative
journalism. A good example of investigtive journalism would be the story ran by The WashingtonPost back in the 1970's (that coined the term
'Watergate') resulting in the impeachment of a president. But here we are being given some facts mixed in with that story concerning the use of a
military weapon (that might in it self be the case) but from an obvious dubious source.
That is not good journalism, that is certainly not investigative journalism, and that reeks of an intention to manipulate the perception of the
population who are wanting to know more. Good investigative journalism doesn't feed you bits of factoids with no context, like you might throw grain
to the chickens. It chooses its sources carefully, and it takes care to build an argument based on some solid facts, and then following the
journalist's hunch, a theory that explains things is put out there. The journalist openly works at convincing you, you the reader, of the truth of
their explanation. See the difference.
We are being deceived by MSN. Nothing new in that though, is there. It seems the truth of what caused the explosion in Indianapolis is, if you like,
being hidden in full view
of you the reader. That is what I am saying about the use of the Sorcha faal story by MSN, and it is the point I am
making in reply to the post about all of those 'contradictory headlines' we are seeing.
And what makes it 'international' you ask?
MSN is everywhere, including Russia. Media companies are multinational based. This indicates the ruling elite in Russia also wish to hide the truth.
This points to something that is being hidden from the Russian population as well as from American people.
Again, cause of the explosion is looking to be something other than a gas explosion.
edit on 13-11-2012 by Tallone because: (no reason given)