Skip to comments.The Media's Dirty War Of Words Against Pope Francis
Posted on 03/20/2013 4:56:38 PM PDT by Zakeet
Media: The left has been trying to paint the new Pope Francis as someone with a dark past dating to Argentina's dirty war. One problem: Their allegations are falling apart. So now it's all about endlessly repeated innuendo.
Tell a lie often enough, and it becomes truth. That seems to be the premise for the constant references to "persistent doubts," "raising questions," "alleged charges" and other weasel-word qualifiers the press uses about the new pope.
They can be found in the likes of the New York Times, the Daily Beast, the BBC, Der Spiegel and others.
The idea seems to be to repeat scurrilous claims about the new pope's supposedly dark past without any proof for them. Through repetition, the phony charges become accepted as truth.
And if the pope's men try to set the record straight, they will merit headlines like "Vatican denies ... ,' as if it's the one on the defensive. In truth, as the facts come out, it's the media that should be on the defensive.
Nothing the media have alleged has panned out at all.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.investors.com ...
We don't like the Pope ... cause he stands with the poor against political oppression!
|We make a very serious mistake if we rely on media like the New York Times, Newsweek, CNN, or MSNBC for reliable news about religion. These news media simply dont provide trustworthy information about religious faithand sometimes they cant provide it, either because of limited resources or because of their own editorial prejudices. These are secular operations focused on making a profit. They have very little sympathy for the Catholic faith, and quite a lot of aggressive skepticism toward any religious community that claims to preach and teach Gods truth.|
Things of the Church reported in the secular media, particularly about the Holy Father, need to be viewed with the most jaundiced eye.
“The Media’s Dirty War of Words”
So what else is new?
The commie fags in the so called “media” have learned that the world has come to the point where decent, normal people can be easily imtimidated. Look at how they have scared the hell out of Republicans since November. Generals and admirals in the Pentagon cower in the corner and make sure not to look up when Barry walks by. They all have to change their Huggies every 5 minutes. Hopefully, Pope Francis will not allow these godless bastards to intimidate him too.
I don’t care for the pope either, but it has nothing to do with his past. The media, on the other hand, have been bought and paid for with Muslim money in this nation and are CERTAINLY not going to like the pope.