|The O'Reily Reactor
||[Jul. 9th, 2005|11:58 am]
Freedom Watch Teem
If you are still not convinced who the real terrorist threat is, there may very well be no hope for you. Believe me, I feel for the victims and their families of these latest attacks on London. I am sorry to hear about your misfortune. But, That does not change the facts. This is clearly an inside job carried out by members of government. It is way too obvious, and all motives point to Bush and Blair. We'll get to that.|
I don't make a habit of it, but I was watching Bill O'Reily last night (7/08/05). You know, he becomes a bigger jackass every night. First, somebody should teach him the difference between start and stop, because the spin certainly does not stop there! How that moron ever secured his job is a mystery. Still, I give every view a fair chance, so I watched what he calls "the no spin zone". The main point of his show was "Failure To Deal With The Deadly Enemy." The main thing I think he was doing is fueling hate for Europe. He pounds in to the minds of his sheep that Europe, mainly France and Germany, spread hate for America. Pretty much he's saying the London bombings might be the ticket to make them "wise up" to the real enemy. First of all Mr. O'Reily, you and everyone like you hate the French just because they wouldn't jump on the Bush bandwagon. People like you act like France owes us because we bailed them out in WWII. The way I see it, we have no right to expect anything in return, especially when it was us who was returning the favor. Besides, you can't expect another nation to put it's people in danger over another nations lies!
He was right though, the London Bombings were a result of our "failure to deal with the deadly enemy". As a matter of fact, I hope this will cause not only Europe but also America to wise up. So where is the problem? If we both agree on two points, then why do I call O'Reily a moron? Because he would have you believe that the problem is unschooled cavemen part of a huge mastermind network called "terrorist". The problem with MSM is, nobody investigates the whole story before releasing it to the public, and they shut their mouth when they are told to.
Bill O'Reily says "Generally speaking, the European media is viciously anti-American when it comes to the war on terror." You don't say? That might be because "the war on terror" is nothing but a war based on lies. It's a prank played on freedom loving citizens. He says, "The garbage these people are throwing out to a largely clueless public is astounding. Failed leaders like Chirac in France and Schroeder in Germany also pound home the anti-American theme to divert attention away from their own disastrous administrations". Really? I'm not going to sit here and defend these administrations, but can you tell me how theirs are any worse than our own? They may be far from perfect, but at least they have not put their citizens in danger to defend the lies from the Bush administration! Can you honestly tell me one good thing our current administration has done for the people? I am sure if Chirac and Schroeder were to jump to stand behind Bush, Mr. O'Reily would consider these two to be fine outstanding leaders. How many attacks have they had?
O'Reily: "But now the terrorists have struck again. 9/11, Madrid, today London. If all of the anti-U.S. bitterness were redirected into anti- terror bitterness, the world might defeat these savages. We all know which major countries allow terrorists to operate. Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and to a lesser extent, Pakistan and Indonesia." And there it is folks, Iran! We'll get into that a little later. I do wonder though, Bill, does Bush know you are talking about his business partners like that? How dare you put Saudi Arabia in the same category with Iran!
I do agree, it is time to work together and direct that bitterness into anti- terror bitterness. But before you go pointing the finger, I think it's time to slow down and prove who the terrorist are. Shouldn't we make sure that we are pursuing the real criminals? With that said, I have four questions for Mr. O'Reily.
1) When did Iran move to the front of the picture? Do you know something the rest of us should know?
2) How is Pakistan any less of a terrorist breading ground than the rest?
3) I thought Bush said we would go after any nation that harbors terrorist? If so, When are we going into Pakistan and Saudi Arabia?
O'Reily: "Why isn't the European press condemning those countries? Why doesn't Europe admit Saddam's regime helped terrorists all day long? Why won't the world help the struggling democracy in Iraq?
These are powerful questions. And this London terror attack should get those questions on the front burner where they belong. But don't expect the elite American media to ask them."
Bill, these are not powerful questions at all. Yes, this London attack should put some questions on the front burner, but in fact what they did was put others on the back burner, like the "Downing street" memo. The questions that these London attacks should put on the front burner are: (Bill since you are so smart, maybe you should answer them)
4) Is there hard proof that Saddam helped these terrorist?
5) Where are the remains of any suicide bombers?
6) Why is democracy struggling in Iraq?
7) Why are we allowing our troops and innocent Iraqi's to be killed all day long?
8) Why do the Iraqi's protest American occupation, but did not protest Saddam's regime?
9) What benefit would terrorist have for bombing London, a few days after they announced plans to pull out from Iraq?
10) Why was the Israeli Embassy notified in advance of the attacks?
11) Why was the website that first claimed responsibility hosted by a server in Houston, Texas?
12) Just who stood to gain anything from this attack? Who would benefit?
13) What was the U.S. secret meeting with Insurgents about?
Yes I do expect the American media to ask these questions, I expect you to answer these questions, honestly! But I live in the real world, so I know you or no one else will answer these questions. Because to Answer these questions, would bring the truth to light! You are too busy looking for the next Jackson trial, helping Bush cover his trail.
O'Reily: A few days ago, Edward Wong, a reporter for the New York Times described Abu al Zarqawi as a "Jordanian fighter." Can you believe an American newspaper would print that? Al Zarqawi is a vicious al Qaeda killer, a man who beheads civilians and orders the murders of women and children. And the New York Times calls this guy a Jordanian fighter? That kind of sanitizing terrorism must stop! The American people, you, must demand that it stop.
The anti-American press both here and in Europe is actually helping the terrorists by diminishing their threat. "Talking Points" urges you to begin holding people accountable for their position on the terror war. Walk away from media that excuses or sanitizes these brutal acts.
USA is not the problem in this world. The terrorists are. And if you don't agree with that, you are helping killers like al Zarqawi. Enough's enough. London should be the last straw. And that's “The Memo.”
Well Bill, I do agree that the terrorist are the problem. But if you disagree with the facts, it is you who is helping the terrorist!
Oh my gosh! I can't believe an American newspaper would call al Zarqawi a "Jordanian fighter"! I am outraged at how they twist things, why didn't they call him what he is, a "CIA fighter"! This leads to just a few more questions.
14) How many times has Abu al Zarqawi died and been arrested?
15) Has Zarqawi killed as many people as we have, with things like abortion, taser guns, and a war based on a lie?
16) Can you sleep well at night, knowing that you have helped Corporate anti- American press hide treason?
17) I have heard you say, too many times, "and thats 'the memo'". Is this your way of throwing in the face of your viewers, that you help hide the Downing Street Memo?
I will tell you what I can't believe the press has enough nerve to say, Bill O'Reily. Things like this:
I mean, my first thought when I heard -- just on a personal basis, when I heard there had been this attack and I saw the futures this morning, which were really in the tank, I thought, "Hmmm, time to buy." ~Brit Hume
So it would have been a treat, actually, to watch the French dealing with the problem of their own homegrown Islamist terrorists living in France already. ~John Gibson
The bombings in London: This is why I thought the Brits should let the French have the Olympics -- let somebody else be worried about guys with backpack bombs for a while. ~John Gibson
That these people are, If necessary, prepared to spill Arab blood in addition to the blood of regular -- of nonarab people living in London. ~Fox News
The Corporate anti-American press both here and in Europe is actually helping the decay of values by diminishing their outlook. "America Uncensored" urges you to begin holding people accountable for helping to hide the truth!
And now it's time for The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!
Britain couldn't get enough support for a national ID card, Support for the war on terror and support for it's government was falling at a steady pace. Britain announced plans to start a withdraw of troops. Meanwhile back at the United States, citizens were losing patience with the war, Bush supporters were threatening to jump ship, fear of terror was calming and Attention over administration impeachable offenses was growing. World leaders were set to have a G8 (Geight?) meeting to discuss global warming and African aid, Issues that Bush and Blair had no interest in. Suddenly as the meeting is ready to start, London is under attack. Officials claim they don't know if the terrorist were suicide bombers or not, yet the whole city is one big camera. No one has decided to look at video from the bus that exploded?