posted on Feb, 28 2013 @ 01:52 AM
reply to post by Phage
A thought popped into my head... YES!! It's finally happened!!
The AOL news site seems to be the first big msm site to carry this story, but I'm fairly sure that they were referencing the earlier reports from the
Jerusalem based maannews site and the Italian site repubblica.it.
The maannews site clearly says that they are "batfish rays" and that they were caught deliberately by fishermen.
Batfish return to Gaza shore Published yesterday 19:19 GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Fishermen say the locally rare batfish stingray is making a comeback
in the waters off the coast of Gaza. For the first time in five years, fishermen say they are catching the rays by the hundreds.
If this is the case, then does it not suggest that AOL has DELIBERATELY and INTENTIONALLY misquoted the earlier reports, to make it look like another
mass die-off incident?
What motives would lie behind this I wonder??
Are they just trying to sensationalise every story, to make their headlines harder-hitting and to hell with the truth?
or is there an underlying reason that they would want us to "know" about increasing numbers of "mass die-offs"??
Or, is the maannews site report misleading us? Is this another real mass die-off and they are trying to manipulate the story into being a "good-news,
the fishermen are catching lots of rays" type story???
One thing seems clear - someone is not reporting the truth.