Skip to comments.Who Is Behind Quashing the Birth Certificate Issue?
Posted on 10/30/2009 6:07:00 AM PDT by MelSmith
In an explosive interview by Dr. Laurie Roth on her syndicated West Coast radio show on August 7th, Douglas Hagmanna respected journalist, director of the Northeast Intelligence Network and longtime private investigator, and Judi McLeod, a prolific journalist and the managing editor of Canada Free Pressthe reason for the media blackout about the birth-certificate issue was nothing less than organized Mafia-like dire threats to members of the media issued not only from the heads of major TV and radio stations but also from Federal Communication Commission officials!
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Thanks to "thethirddegree" for identifying this story.
The Nixonian use of the FCC should be a major issue. But it will never be mentioned. Kind of like that attorney who got fired for investigating ACORN. In and out of the news quicker than you can blink your eye, but should be a major scandal. Much more serious about of power than say a Valerie Plame.
* A major TV talk-show host reported that he was ordered not to raise the birth certificate issue or risk losing his job.
* FCC officials threatened to yank broadcasting licenses, break up conglomerates, and make the enactment of the Fairness Doctrine look mild in comparison to other consequences.
* In at least one corporate TV headquarters, memos were circulated to all on-air employees not to mention the birth certificate issue, as well as other specific subjects like Obamas Illinois lawyers license, his college records, etc., under both implied and explicit threats.
But they did tantalize listeners with descriptions of meeting with sources outside of St. Patricks Cathedral in New York City, a high-placed contact looking nervously over his shoulder, references to directives and warnings given by those at the top, and the undisguised threat of one executive to his underlings: This is serious, and so will the consequences be if anyone chooses not to be a team player with this.
This comes as no surprise to Fox watchers who have noticed that the Stalinist-style censorship of the Obama regime is already here. This couldnt possibly be because of the healthy shares of stock the Saudis bought in Fox, could it?
If so, why would the Saudis care so much about quashing potentially damning revelations about Obama? Have they also bought shares in Obama?
And not a chance of that until after the midterm elections and Republicans get some power back.
My take is that the judges, etc, know that there will be intense violent civil unrest if 0bama is removed due to ineligibility.
They need to understand two things - first, the upholding of the law is of utmost importance, and that riots will pretty much be contained in their own neighborhoods, causing upwards of 100’s of dollars in damages.
There is also a group of left-wing trolls infecting FR that post to every thread distorting the facts concerning the BC issue.
“59 million Americans joined hands and shouted at the top of their little lungs, `Yes, We Can March off This Cliff.
I would applaud their lemming-like jump if it were not for the fact that America itself is chained to them.
I think things are getting sloppy and it's becoming harder and harder to hide the truth. If the American people wake up and find out that it's all a game and that they are the patsies, there will be Hell to pay. Some folks will be hanging from lamp posts before it's all over.
“And not a chance of that until after the midterm elections and Republicans get some power back.”
I expect ACORN’s election fraud machine to be a political Juggernaut, by then.
Agreed. We don’t have the right players in the right places at this time.
Makes it pretty obvious why all of this socialism is being crammed into the shortest timeframe imagineable, though.
And NOBODY kept a copy for publication?
Thanks for posting this story MelSmith. I haven’t gotten to posting any articles yet but I guess it’s about time I learned. This particular story has some legs and is worth everyone archiving on their hard drives before it ‘disappears’.
It is possible that the mafia cadre supporting this narcissist- seduced him into believing that a BC cover-up could be perpetrated for at least four years - while he & his co-conspirators imposed Marxism on the US?
The crisis that would erupt if the truth were exposed is also a form of blackmail on those who have the facts and are loathe to start a civil uprising.
Between a rock and a hard place.
News Corp. in Talks for Stake in Saudi Firm
DUBAI — News Corp. is in talks with Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal to take a stake in Rotana Media, marking its first major investment in the Middle East, according to people familiar with the deal.
News Corp. may buy a 20% interest in Rotana from Prince Alwaleed, who controls Saudi conglomerate Kingdom Holding Co., a person involved with the deal told Zawya Dow Jones.
It’s not clear at this stage whether the deal will be for existing stock or new shares. A formal bid valuing the stake is expected this month, the person said, without giving specifics on price.
News Corp., which owns Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, is increasingly looking into new markets as advertising revenue in the U.S. and Europe slips. A stake in Rotana could help expand News Corp.’s presence to the more than 300 million people in the Arab world.
Rotana, which hosts Fox channels in Saudi Arabia via its TV network, owns rights to more than 2,000 Arabic movies and a large music library.
Kingdom Holding as of last year said it holds a 5.7% stake in News Corp. It has long-established business links with the family of Rupert Murdoch, the chief executive of News Corp.
Saudi Billionaire Boasts of Manipulating Fox News Coverage
Press Release | December 7, 2005
WASHINGTONAccuracy in Media (AIM) is urging a full inquiry into a report that a Saudi billionaire caused the Fox News Channel (FNC) to dramatically alter its coverage of the Muslim riots in France after he called the network to complain.
The Saudi billionaire, Al-waleed bin Talal, is a friend of News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch and controls an influential number of voting shares in the company. This report underscores the danger of giving foreign interests a significant financial stake in U.S. media companies, declared Cliff Kincaid, editor of Accuracy in Media.
The controversial comments came at an Arab media conference featuring representatives of Time magazine, USA Today, PBS, The Wall Street Journal, and other news organizations. The conference and the Saudi Princes growing influence in News Corporation are among the subjects of a new December-A AIM Report that has just been posted at the AIM website (http://www.aim.org).
The report raises the specter of Arab money influencing News Corporation and other U.S. media companies. Liberal journalist Danny Schechter, a participant in the conference, reports that Al-waleed, who is a member of the Saudi Royal Family and investor in the Fox News parent company News Corporation, gave an interview boasting that he had called Fox to complain about coverage of the Muslim riots in France.
He said he called as a viewer and convinced them to change the coverage because they were not Muslim riots but riots against poverty and inequality.
And they changed the coverage, the Saudi reportedly said. Another report on the comments, carried by the Dubai-based newspaper the Khaleej Times, says that Al-waleed personally called Rupert Murdoch to complain. The Saudi said, After a short while, there was a change in the coverage.
An AIM call to Fox News asking for comment was not returned. This is not the first time that Al-waleed has made controversial statements. His $10 million contribution to a 9/11 fund was rejected when he blamed the terror attacks on U.S. Middle East policy. Fifteen of the 19 terrorist hijackers on 9/11 came from Saudi Arabia.
Saudi prince takes News Corp stake
By Saeed Shah
Wednesday, 7 September 2005
Rupert Murdoch’s attempts to retain control of his News Corp media empire got a boost yesterday after his ally, the Saudi investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, took a 5.5 per cent stake in the company’s voting stock.
Mr Murdoch was forced to put in place a “poison pill” defence at News Corp, in November to stop a hostile takeover bid after a rival media magnate, John Malone, took an 18 per cent share in the company’s voting stock. News Corp has two classes of stock, with the Murdoch family owning 30 per cent of the key voting shares.
Yes it was very interesting to see the mods ping an anti-birther to a birther thread, regardless of their excuse for doing so.