Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Newsweek Koran Story Is Multi-Layered Propaganda

By Prisonplanet.com

The retraction of the Koran story on behalf of Newsweek is part of a wider multi-layered propaganda attack. The goals are as follows.

1) Enrage the Arabs and create more terrorists to justify the expansion of the manufactured 'war on terror'. Rumsfeld's P2OG program, according to the Asia Times, "would launch secret operations aimed at "stimulating reactions" among terrorists and states possessing weapons of mass destruction, meaning it would prod terrorist cells into action, thus exposing them to "quick-response" attacks by US forces. The means by which it would do this is the far greater use of special operations forces."

The real evidence of the desecration of the Muslim religion is published in European newspapers on a weekly basis. The Muslims see this and it further radicalizes and militarizes them to rise up against what they see as the great Satan.

2) Discredit any previous stories that were similar to the Koran story even though they were 100% factual. Dozens of Guantanamo Bay internees have gone public with the evidence of how prison guards were under orders to disgrace their religion as a means of interrogation.

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One such detainee, Jamal al-Harith, described how prostitutes were ordered to smear fake menstrual liquid on the faces of inmates.

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Rick Baccus, the head of military police at Camp X-ray was fired because he refused to enagage in this behaviour and also refused to torture.

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3) Discredit any future stories that are similar to the Koran story. This has now become the benchmark. similar to how the Bush AWOL story was leaked to CBS by Karl Rove so it could be disredited, even though again it's 100% factual. In both cases the media purposefully ignored the documneted and admitted truth and instead focused all the attention on one piece of fake evidence.

4) Intimidate all forms of media into being apprehensive about publishing material that may portray the military industrial complex in a bad light.


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