Media Lies and the Onset of War corbettreport
“As the US and Iranian governments escalate tensions in the already volatile Straits of Hormuz, and China and Russia begin openly questioning Washington’s interference in their internal politics, the world remains on a knife-edge of military tension. Far from being a dispassionate observer of these developments, however, the media has in fact been central to increasing those tensions and preparing the public to expect a military confrontation. Continue reading
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By Chris Floyd
November 10, 2011
Hugh Roberts’ new article in the London Review of Books is the best story I have yet read about the war of regime change in Libya. It is meticulously detailed, rich in context — historical, cultural, political — carefully measured and soberly expressed.
The article should be read in full — anyone who cares at all about a deeper understanding of these events would be foolish to miss it — but I want to highlight just one aspect: the deliberate falsehoods — fanned by the media, including many “progressive” voices — which were used as a justification for the Western military intervention.
“Meet Dr. Sliman Bouchuiguir, the man behind the verified pack of lies used to justify NATO’s intervention in Libya. This amazing piece of investigative journalism reveals not only how tenuous these fabrications were, but have produced Bouchuiguir himself admitting fragrantly that the allegations he made were contrived, baseless, unconfirmed, and designed specifically to give the necessary requirements for NATO’s intervention.” Tony Cartalucci
Lies behind the “Humanitarian War” in Libya:
There is no evidence! (Part 1), NATO Crimes In Libya. forestgamertube
See also Part 2 + more info
To Mainstream Media :
You can fool some of the people all of the time,
and all of the people some of the time,
but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.
Independant Journalist Lizzy Phelan’s testimony on Libya
Libya: Testimony of real story
Lizzy Phelan was one of the journalist, who got trapped in the hotel Rexos, when the rebels broke into the Libyan capital. What she, Mahdi Nazemroaya, Thierry Meyssan and lots of other journalists could forget.