The general slant of the Western press, in line with the intent of the military-industrial complex (MIC) that still wields some control over it, is to represent Muslims as an emotional, primitive, unrestrained mob. This tactic was part of a larger strategy that Carol Rosen learned about while working for Fairchild Industries in the 1970s. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ALLUuvsVkM]
The plan was to create several “enemies” which would allow them to take progressively more control of society by having on hand an endless supply of aggressors and threats.
The first threat was “the commies.” Another was “terrorists,” then rogue nations, then asteroids, and finally aliens.
Muslims fell into the terrorists category as well as the rogue nations. And so they have been represented by Western media since that time.
Through programs like Operation Mockingbird, the CIA took control of the mainstream media and then reduced it to a handful of organizations, which tightly controls the news. Selecting only stories and illustrations that served their agenda, they manipulated public opinion, dividing and then conquering.
The Internet has driven a wedge into their plans. They don’t control the many thousands of independent blogs and outlets that use the Internet, which don’t need printing presses or large staffs and organizations.
Gawker Magazine recently posted its own article on Muslim rage, offering thirteen shots that depicted it. The article is nicely done and offers a corrective to the biased coverage of the mainstream press. People are people the world over. The few rednecks are rednecks. The few fanatics are fanatics. And the huge mass of ordinary people are ordinary people. Thanks to Christina.
13 Powerful Images of Muslim Rage
Max Read, The Gawker, Sept. 22, 2012
“MUSLIM RAGE,” screams Newsweek’s new cover story about last week’s violent anti-American protests. Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the well-known anti-Islam activist, is here to tell “us” (The_West) how to “end it.” And it’s true, isn’t it? All Muslims are constantly raging about everything. So to pay tribute to Ali’s article — which describes the protesters as “the mainstream of contemporary Islam” — and the subtle, smart cover that accompanies it, we’ve collected 13 striking, powerful images of MUSLIM RAGE.
What are Muslims so mad about? Twitter (“Want to discuss our latest cover? Let’s hear it with the hashtag: #MuslimRage,” Newsweek begs us) has some answers:
Indeed, as everyone knows, Muslims, and especially Arab Muslims, have no lives, feelings or thoughts external to constant, violent rage, directed at old white people living in the Midwest (due to their freedoms). Sure, only a few thousand people out of populations of millions turned out to protest this goofy anti-Muhammad movie from YouTube, and sure, there was loud outcry against the violence across the Muslim world. But have you seen this photo? Those guys are mad.
It’s hard to find a better image than the one on the Newsweek cover to really communicate how rage-filled Muslims constantly are, but we’ve found a few that will strike a chill into your heart:
[all images via AP]