“The message sent to you with the attempt by the hero Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab is a confirmation of our previous message conveyed by the heroes of September 11,” he said. “If it was possible to carry our messages to you by words, we wouldn’t have carried them to you by planes.”
This is the kind of media coverage I just can’t ignore with any subtlety. I am writing about current events that are discussed in the media in hopes that I can at least give people something to think about. We are so misled by the media it is almost out of control. We read something in a newspaper, or maybe We see something on the news and We assume it’s real, factual information coming from reliable sources. I hate to be the one to break it to You, but that is simply not the case.
The media is the manipulation tool of Our society. Every media story that makes headlines has one primary objective – to keep You in fear, to make You feel powerless to change the world. That’s why I always try and offer a fresh perspective. Instead of hearing about how Haiti can’t get the relief it needs, I ask You to think about why they can’t. Certainly it isn’t due to lack of compassion on the part of humanity; the ‘Hope for Haiti’ fundraiser taught Us how much We want to help. It certainly isn’t due to a lack of sophisticated technology; We recently sent a clown into space. And certainly it isn’t due to a lack of basic resources like food; American restaurants throw out over six thousand tons of food per day! So why can’t We help? Of course, it comes down to money. We all believe money is very important for Our society and one of the media’s jobs is to make sure We keep believing that. Similarly, if America and the rest of the world knew the American government were responsible for the carefully controlled demolition of the World Trade Center, We would suddenly begin to wonder why We are at war with terrorists in the Middle-East.
This is why articles like the one I am commenting on today are so important to the media. The media must keep the threat of Osama Bin Laden and terrorist groups real. Ironically, even in trying to perpetuate rumors of a vicious plot against America by Al Qaeda, the media has made many mistakes. Keeping in mind that all information is produced for You to make You believe a particular perspective, consider the following…
Just after his inaugural speech, Al Qaeda made an announcement to Obama declaring that if America and its allies did not withdraw troops from the Middle-East, terrorist attacks would resume with greater force. This statement was perceived in the media as a threat against the U.S., although the war was already waging. Really, this is no more than a request for peace, suggesting that if Obama made good on his promise to remove troops from the Middle-East, terrorist attacks would cease. Of course, that is not how the information was presented to You because it would be counter productive to continued war efforts that make billions of dollars for companies producing weapons and supplies. A plea for peace just wouldn’t be profitable for America, never mind the oil reserves they would have to walk away from…
The threat has no strategic value to the supposed ‘Al Qeada’ group. Why warn a country You intend to covertly attack that You plan to attack it? The whole message was created by the media, hoping that people would not have enough common sense to see how ridiculous and redundant the threat is. The statement was created to perpetuate the need for war, to make American’s think that withdrawing from the war was an act of cowardice, fear of further attacks. This of course gave Obama the platform for his continued war campaign, assuring his people that America would not be ‘intimidated’ by terrorist threats.
Again, just asking You to think about it. In retrospect, it makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it? The following article is another journalist’s perspective which also supports My theory when reviewed critically:
The blunt message to “Obama from Osama” is intended to reaffirm that, despite Barack Obama’s overtures to the Islamic world, he and his country remain infidels, every bit as evil as they were under George W. Bush.
This article demonstrates quite clearly that it is the Muslim’s who have been dying en mass. Doesn’t seem to make much sense that a terrorist group would continually destroy its own people. We heard far less about terrorists before 9/11 than We have since. Even if the terrorists are real and are losing (in terms of numbers and strength), they are still winning because We remain fearful of them. This article demonstrates that terrorists are gaining nothing from the war against them. America on the other hand… Bin Laden and the Bush administration go way back – I wonder how long they planned this and how long the world will believe it. I replied to the above article, though it appears they screen the comments – so much for freedom of speech; I think only people who support the author’s opinion will be posted.
Okay, have at her. I know and expect this article will get criticism, I will respond to every intelligent argument. Peace!