Sunday, May 15, 2005

"NEWS" WEEK OOOOPS OUR BAD

PEOPLE DIED - 'NEWS'WEEK Ooooops Our Bad

ONCE AGAIN WE SEE the "superior" fact checking at the vaunted Mainstream Media and why as they tell us they're 'superior' to bloggers......... Ummm huh.....

After several deaths and untold damage to America's reputation in Afghanistan, an otherwise relatively pro-American country trying to fight back the barbarians from the Middle Ages - the Taleban - Newsweek says the story was wrong.

Some bloggers say Newsweek should not have reported this story even if they had firm evidence it was true, in order to prevent exactly what occured. This would however assume 2 things -
  1. The MSM utilizes cooth and judgment when reporting on stories that are anti-American or anti-Bush even if they could be explosively dangerous.
  2. The MSM copiously fact checks stories let alone those they can't 'wait to print'.
NOTE, the mainstream media does bend over backward to NOT REPORT on anything that displays the inciteful and hateful ideology within Islam that leads to terrorism. They were quick to brush under the 9-11 attacks "to prevent" racist attacks against Muslims in the US?

FOR EXAMPLE -
After the brutal ritual murder of the Egyptian man in Jersey City, New Jersey the MSM bent over backward to NOT MENTION that he was a Xtian and his murderers were anonymous "robbers", who took nothing?

A Coptic Christian who regularly debated Muslims at Islamist websites and chat rooms and is brutally murdered, but it was a 'robbery'....

Glenn Reynolds is thinking along similar lines -
  1. If they had wrongly reported the race of a criminal and produced a lynching, they'd feel much worse -- which is why they generally don't report such things, a degree of sensitivity they don't extend to reporting on, you know, minor topics like wars
  2. If a blogger had made a similar mistake, with similar consequences, we'd be hearing about Big Media's superior fact-checking and layers of editors.
    People died, and U.S. military and diplomatic efforts were damaged, because -- let's be clear here -- Newsweek was too anxious to get out a story that would make the Bush Administration and the military look bad.

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