Fox News host Bill O’Reilly mentioned Alex Jones’s appearance on the View the other day, calling him “some guy on the radio, we really don’t know who he is.” But as Kurt Nimmo points out, O’Reilly is not totally out of the loop:
O’Reilly knows who Jones is. Fox News pays close attention to the Alex Jones Show. Fox darling Glenn Beck takes most of his licks from Alex Jones, a fact recently pointed out by Rolling Stone.
That “some guy” on the radio has been exposing the war on terror, the 9/11 lie, the Iraq war, the destruction of American freedoms, and Wall Street’s robbery of the American people for the past decade while others in the media have avoided talking about 9/11 truth and U.S. war crimes.
O’Reilly and the entire Fox News crew have lied to the American people about the threat of Islamic terrorism to America, spread war propaganda, covered for the criminal banksters on Wall Street, and accused liberals of being anti-American. If such activity is not evil, then what is? Innocent people have died in Afghanistan and Iraq for no good reason, but Fox News is silent about its role in shaping public opinion about Washington’s criminal wars. If there is a just God in the universe, the owners of Fox News, and the producers and hosts who work there will end up in hell. True patriots and lovers of humanity who work at that anti-human media organization should resign.
Real Americans stand up for freedom, and protect their country against their government. O’Reilly is a clown who is more interested in defending the corrupt status quo in Washington than saving his country. He’s a nobody who misrepresents America, and uses his platform to indoctrinate his millions of listeners with the American empire’s lies and myths. He is perfectly happy that America has become a militarized society with little room for free speech and opposition parties other than the democrats and republicans.
But all the propaganda and myth-making has not worked. Fox News is sinking. Corporatist and war propaganda doesn’t fly anymore. Alternative media figures like Alex Jones and Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks are rising fast, and their influence will continue to grow in the months and years to come. All O’Reilly can do is watch as his viewership declines.
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This article was posted: Sunday, March 6, 2011 at 7:32 am