Never Been Correct
LYING About Ron Paul
Even those who claim to be progressives, which just window dressing for communists, who don't support Ron Paul at all (and who even appear to hate him as much as NBC does), noticed that Brian Williams STOLE time from Ron Paul in the presidential debate, while they allowed all the other candidates to speak more than twice as long as they allowed Ron Paul to just ANSWER Brian Williams' questions.
LYING About Zimmerman Being a Racist
Does the Trayvon Martin case demonstrate a flaw with Castle Doctrine/Stand
Your Ground laws?
LYING About Osama Bin Ladin Said
All for a FALSE Declaration of War Against Iraq
From: "Christian Party"
Let's set the record straight!!
Tom Brokaw just LIED by claiming that Osama Bin Ladin "admitted" to bombing the WTC.
This is NOT what Osama Bin Ladin said. What he DID say is that "it was Allah's will".
WE declared war on the Taliban, and the Muslim world is reacting in SELF DEFENSE.
This is the same ancient jewish bait and switch tactic which is used in this country to destroy Christian families, where our jewish courts push a man to the brink of sanity and then claim that he jumped off the cliff.
America just became a stupid pawn in the holy war between Islam and judaism.
Bob Costas LIES About Faggots Being Accepted at the Olympics
NBC BANS 2012 Olympic
Opening Ceremony 7/7 Footage in US
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Minuteman Civil Defense Corps
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Slanderous NBC Minuteman portrayal dishonors Law and Order Patriots!
"Minutemen... are placed by Providence in the post of honor, it is the post of danger... The eyes of North America are upon you. Let us therefore, be altogether solicitous that no disorderly behavior, nothing unbecoming our characters as Americans, as citizens , be justly chargeable to us." -- The Provincial Congress of Massachusetts 1774
PARTIAL VICTORY CLAIMED, BUT MINUTEMEN OUTRAGED BY LAW & ORDER NEW YORK MINUTE PROMOTION & BROADCAST
NBCS SLANDERS MINUTEMEN
TOMBSTONE, AZ (November 17, 2005) As a result of the outcry by Minuteman volunteers and their supporters nationwide, the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) removed the name Minutemen from its on-air promotion yesterday of the Law & Order episode, New York Minute.
While this represents a partial victory over NBCs abuse of the good name of the Minutemen, it does not mitigate the harm done to the Minutemen nor the danger to them by NBCs attempt to enrage America at the Minutemen.
NBC chose to endanger lives for profit!
NBC dropped the name Minutemen from its on-air promotion demonstrates that the network recognized it had a severe problem on its hands.
Chris Simcox, President of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, Inc. (MCDC), issued the following statement denouncing NBC for its slanderous promotion of the Law & Order episode last night that smeared the Minutemen as thugs and mass murderers:
We endeavored in good faith to contact NBC regarding our concerns about the promotion and broadcast of the New York Minute episode of Law & Order that aired last night. Unfortunately, NBC refused to respond to our numerous attempts to contact them and aired the episode.
NBC repeatedly broadcast promotions for the episode that stated was it murder or Minutemen protecting our borders? Last night just hours before the broadcast, the NBC Web site for Law & Order displayed the text, Cold-blooded murder or Minutemen vigilantes on the U.S. border?
Even though the episode itself used the name Countrymen for the border watch group instead of Minutemen as advertised, damage had already been done to the Minutemen by NBCs incessant naming of the Minutemen in its promotion and campaign to entice and inflame the public leading up to the broadcast.
We held out hope that the episode would end with a plot twist that reflected the truth: that it is smugglers who threaten, kidnap and murder their human cargo. However, NBC portrayed the group advertised as the Minutemen, in real life a group of civilian volunteers with an unblemished record of non-violence, as gunning down a human trafficker, attempting to kidnap at knifepoint an illegal alien and of literally cooking to death a dozen illegal aliens in a cargo truck.
NBC promised the episode would enrage America. Because of that provocative statement and the false light in which NBC portrayed the Minutemen, members of our group have reason to fear acts of violent retribution against them and their families by enraged Americans and others who believe that Law & Order stories are ripped from todays headlines.
Join these Minutemen and Secure Our Borders.
NBC has acted with reckless disregard for the truth in an effort to harm the Minutemen by its promotion and broadcast of the Law & Order episode, New York Minute. That NBC did this during November sweeps when the network tries to maximize ratings so as to line its pockets with increased advertising dollars makes this slander of the Minutemen even more despicable.
The sister organizations Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, Inc., and the Minuteman Project, Inc., are recognized nationally as the founders and leaders of the civilian border watch and day labor site observation movement. The names Minutemen and Minuteman are regularly used by the public and the media to describe our organizations and our members.
The Minutemen have rescued hundreds of men, women and children who have been abandoned to die in the desert wilderness by their human traffickers.
By intentionally creating an environment of rage and hate and putting the lives of Minutemen all over the country at risk we hold NBC responsible for any and all violence, persecution, brutality, aggression, hostility and hate crimes toward Minutemen the promotions incite.
NBC - Stop the escalation hate for profit.
These attempts to defame the Minutemen must be put to an end. Please take a few minutes to call your LOCAL NBC affiliate right now and tell them not to promote hate for profit.
This is a very clear attack. Good men and women must stand up and say NO to the hate. I urge you to fight the good fight. You are being heard and the lawless open border crowd must use fabricated stories to incite hate.
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LYING about Dead Bodies in Katrina
Williams said he saw floating body in Quarter
NBC News anchor Brian Williams, who apologized on the air Wednesday night for lying about an experience covering the Iraq War, is now facing scrutiny over his gripping accounts of Hurricane Katrina, the disaster that burnished his nightly news bona fides almost a decade ago.
Related story: Brian Williams' credibility questions after fake Iraq story
Williams’ account of seeing a body float by in the French Quarter — which remained largely dry — and even a claim of catching dysentery from drinking Katrina floodwaters have raised eyebrows among bloggers and elsewhere since he took it on the chin this week over a claim that he rode in a helicopter that was downed by a rocket-propelled grenade in Iraq.
“I was instead in a following aircraft. We all landed after the ground fire incident and spent two harrowing nights in a sandstorm in the Iraq desert,” Williams said Wednesday. He painted his earlier description as a “bungled attempt” to thank an Iraq War veteran.
The online feeding frenzy quickly turned to the 55-year-old anchor’s signature assignment: covering Katrina from before it made landfall, when he spent the night of the storm with refuge-seekers in the Superdome and then reported on the harrowing days that followed.
“When you look out of your hotel window in the French Quarter and watch a man float by face down, when you see bodies that you last saw in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, and swore to yourself that you would never see in your country,” Williams said in a 2006 interview.
And last year, in an interview with Tom Brokaw, the man he replaced in the anchor chair at NBC, Williams said:
“My week, two weeks there was not helped by the fact that I accidentally ingested some of the floodwater. I became very sick with dysentery, our hotel was overrun with gangs, I was rescued in the stairwell of a five-star hotel in New Orleans by a young police officer. We are friends to this day. And uh, it just was uh, I look back at total agony.”
But the French Quarter, the original high ground of New Orleans, was not impacted by the floodwaters that overwhelmed the vast majority of the city.
A spokesman for NBC did not immediately respond Thursday to questions about those comments, the hotel to which Williams referred, whether Williams stands by the claims or whether the network is reviewing them.
Williams has described his experiences during Katrina as personally transformative, and he has returned to the city and the topic numerous times since.
“I saw fear, I saw death, I saw depravity, I saw firearms being brandished, I saw looting,” he told the Los Angeles Times a year after Katrina made landfall.
He also recalled the danger of the moment in a 2007 interview on C-SPAN.
“We had to have men with guns behind me one night because I was the only source of light downtown, was the lights that were illuminating the broadcast,” Williams said. “We were told not to drink our bottled water in front of people because we could get killed for it.”
Other accounts have Williams curled up in the fetal position between his on-air reports from a bad bout with dysentery.
A spokeswoman from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals said dysentery is not one of the reportable diseases the agency tracks but that contaminated water sources are possible “transmission points” for dysentery.
Dr. Brobson Lutz, a former city health director who manned an EMS trailer that was set up in the 900 block of Dumaine Street, a block from his house in the French Quarter, said he was a fan of Williams but dubious of his claims.
“We were never wet. It was never wet,” he remarked of the conditions in the city’s most historic neighborhood.
As for dysentery, “I saw a lot of people with cuts and bruises and such, but I don’t recall a single, solitary case of gastroenteritis during Katrina or in the whole month afterward,” Lutz said.
As for Williams saying he accidentally drank floodwaters, Lutz added, “I don’t know anybody that’s tried that to see, but my dogs drank it, and they didn’t have any problems.”
In his interview last year, Brokaw praised Williams, saying that with his reporting during Katrina, Williams “took ownership, if you will, of the anchor chair” following a longtime stint as Brokaw’s understudy.
Since then, Williams has become well known for his sharp-witted comic turns on the late-night talk show circuit. And he has continued to check in on a city that he has said “is always going to be a part of me.”
Questions about Williams’ recollections of his experience during Katrina weave into a larger tapestry of erratic, and sometimes downright erroneous, journalism that emerged from the chaos of the storm and its aftermath.
Four weeks after the storm, The Times-Picayune published an article noting that many of the most shocking stories that had been reported by media outlets across the world — reports of widespread violence and babies being killed, raped or trampled — had no apparent basis in fact.
More recently, the myth-making that arose in the storm’s aftermath has again made news with the box-office success of “American Sniper,” a biopic about Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.
Kyle has claimed in published accounts that he came to New Orleans after Katrina with another sniper, set up shop on the roof of the Superdome and shot roughly 30 armed men. That account has been widely disputed, given that a large group of bullet-riddled corpses in that area — or anywhere, for that matter — was never discovered.
Kyle was shot dead in 2013, allegedly by a U.S. Marine suffering from stress.
Gordon Russell contributed to this story. Follow John Simerman on Twitter, @johnsimerman.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
is ample reason for skepticism that anything substantial will change in
Iran-US relations, beginning with the fact that numerous US political and
media figures are vested in the narrative that Iran is an evil threat whose
desire for a peaceful resolution must not be trusted (and some hard-line
factions in Iran are similarly vested in ongoing conflict). Whatever one's
views are on the prospects for improving relations, the first direct
communications in more than 30 years between the leaders of those two
countries is a historically significant event.