Skip to comments.JihadTV: Sneaking Into America (al-jazeera coming to Vermont -- CONTACT INFO)
Posted on 04/29/2007 4:05:22 PM PDT by FreedomNeocon
Burlington, Vermont has added the worlds primary outlet of slickly-produced jihad propaganda, Al Jazeera, to their city-owned cable television channel. The Boston Globe buried their report here.
A cable company is offering the Al-Jazeera network in its cable package, one of only a few in the nation to do so. Burlington Telecom, a city-owned cable company that serves 1,200 households in Vermonts largest city, began offering the Arab-operated network about six months ago. We were certainly squeamish about it at first, given its reputation in the United States, said Tim Nulty, director of Burlington Telecom. But if you look at it, it looks like BBC. I think its more mainstream and more objective than CNN.
Carpundit has more details, including contact information for Burlington Telecom: Burlington, Vermont Welcomes Americas Enemies.
According to the Boston Globe, the city of Burlington, Vermont owns a cable system. It has a whopping 1200 subscribers, so its scarcely worth mentioning -as the Globe obviously decided, burying the item here- that it added a new channel to the lineup. That channel is Al-Jazeera. I believe Al-Jazeera is a propaganda machine for the terror-sponsoring states of the Middle East. It is the respectable public face of the Islamist movement.
CCCP-VT, per usual.
Rosie O’Donut: Call your agent!
Thanks for the post..going to pass it along.
Vermont, huh? Figures. Oh, and by the way. the dhimmi wannabee Burlington Telecom “director” sounds like a nut.
What in the world do we in the south have in common with those in the north?
That pretty much says it all for me. What's it called when the State owns everything? Hmm... lemme think.
Ewe Herder Howardovich Deanski will be pleased.
Funny how those terror-sponsoring states of the Middle East keeping arresting, barring and ejecting al-Jazeera journalists
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