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Posted on 03/25/2011 12:35:03 AM PDT by Scanian
The last NPR biggie left standing is named Steve Inskeep, and he just assured the Wall Street Journal that NPR would never tell a lie.
This would be funny if it weren't sickening. Where's my sick bag?
How can habitual liars know they're lying? It's like the famous liar's paradox from formal logic, where Epimenides the Cretan said that "All Cretans are liars." Was Epimenides lying or not?
Well, Steve Inskeep is telling us that NPR never tells a lie, but Epimenides was a lot more honest.
There's plenty of evidence for coordinated propaganda lies in the media. We even have an apology from Roger Simon of Politico for the corrupt and massive coordination of media headlines using the JournOlist email list. They say they've dropped JournOlist, but they are still at it every single day, probably through a secure website. We know that the Washington Post, the NYT (all the news you're allowed to think), and the UK Guardian (an old Stalinist rag, as Malcolm Muggeridge revealed in his autobiography), are talking to each other all the time.
In fact, the Washington Post just reported on a journOliar "boot camp" for junior leftocrats to learn to how lie to millions of others. Yes, it's a boot camp for liars in training!
That's how a minority cult of brainwashed leftists stay in power in the Western world. But don't think the oil-rich radical Muslims haven't figured it out. How do you think the Islamophobia rumor got started? How else could all the liberals in the world suddenly discover a new kind of "racism" that doesn't exist?
Media leftists are liars. That's the only way they can say the same words on the same day, every day. Rush Limbaugh has been proving it for years...
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If we could get a “James O’Keefe” type in that “boot camp” we could bust it wide open!!
What he very cleverly avoided was addressing the actual issue of whether NPR is biased. The flaw in the essay was one that a Comp 101 student could have detected. It would have merited no more than a "C+" in an English comp class due to the weakness of its argument.
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