POLITICAL MANEUVER TO INSURE CONTINUANCE OF REGIME CONTROLLED BY MUSLIM INTERESTS
by John Charlton
(Feb. 15, 2010) — In a move which openly and shamelessly manifests FOX’s anti-American agenda, the former conservative news agency has launched a propaganda campaign against U.S. Citizens who, having announced their candidacy for State Governor in their home states, also question the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to hold the office of U.S. President.
In its title, “Gubernatorial Candidates Echo Theories of Birthers, 9/11 Truthers” the report echoes the terminology and strategy adopted by Eric Erickson of Redstate.com; lump a legitimate constitutional, pro-American issue with an illegitimate anti-American issue so as to confuse viewers and suborn their loyalty to the nation.
Medina does not support the notion that the U.S. Government plotted 9-11, but she is open to consideration of the possibility. Nathan Deal simply wrote a letter to Obama asking for reliable information about his birth story.
In that report, FOX openly lied about an important fact in the history of the eligibility question:
In Georgia, Deal, who sent his letter in December, says he is not questioning Obama’s legitimacy, but he believes the president would like a chance to put the issue to rest — even though the Hawaiian government confirmed during the 2008 campaign that a copy of Obama’s birth certificate, which his campaign posted on his Web site, was authentic.
No such claim was ever made. In fact, Janice S. Okubo was merely quoted by the St. Petersburg Times as saying that the electronic image appeared to be like of an actual Hawaiian Certification. She later made it quite clear that she never saw Obama’s original form, and that electronic images are not issued by her department. It is obvious that as Communication Director, that she is also not qualified to authenticate electronic images.
But FOX showed its true colors when in the same report, it immediately gave credence to the Democratic agenda by citing an opponent of Nathan Deal:
In a gubernatorial debate this month, Deal was criticized by one of his GOP opponents for pressing the president to release his birth certificate
“The ability to work with the president … is hindered when you have people who are running for governor that are calling for childish things like the president to show his birth certificate,” said Georgia state lawmaker Austin Scott. “I promise you I’ll always be a gentleman when working with the federal government.”
By this statement, FOX has made it absolutely clear to America that they will not tolerate anyone who will not work with Obama and be respectful to him.
This move by FOX comes less than a month after a member of the Saudi Royalty, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a nephew of the King of Saudi Arabia, announced his desire to forge closer ties with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, the parent of FOX.
Tarek El-tablawy, AP Business Writer, in a report published by Yahoo News, on Sunday, Jan 17, 2010, wrote:
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a nephew of the Saudi king and who was listed last year by Forbes as the world’s 22nd richest person, met with News Corp.’s chief executive Rupert Murdoch on Jan. 14 in a meeting that “touched upon future potential alliances with News Corp.,” according to a statement released by his Kingdom Holding Co. late Saturday.
Media reports have indicated that News Corp, parent to Fox News and Dow Jones & Co., among others, may be thinking of buying a stake in Alwaleed’s Rotana Media Group, which includes a number of satellite channels that air in the Middle East.
Neither company has commented publicly on the possible deal, but the talks offer an indication yet that such an agreement may yet be in the offing.
Kingdom Holding’s statement said Alwaleed is already the second largest stakeholder in News Corp., with 5.7 percent of the shares of the media company. The stake is held through Kingdom Holding, in which Alwaleed holds a 95 percent stake.
The investment company has a diverse portfolio, ranging from hotels to shares in Apple, eBay and Citigroup.
According to Discover The Networks, Khalid Al-Mansour, a wealthy Muslim businessman, is the one who reportedly helped Barack Hussein Obama II transfer from Columbia University to Harvard in the 80’s, remaining an important supporter of the mulatto candidate who openly claims as his own Arab/Muslim roots in Kenya.
Al-Mansour is an Afro-American from San Francisco who converted to Islam, made friends with Prince Alwaleed and was eventually hired by the latter to promote fundamentalist Islam in America.
Thus, it can be rightly said that a foreign power is the power behind the policy decisions both at FOX News and in the Obama campaign.
American patriots need to start asking themselves if other so-called “conservative” sources of information have been bought out by the same forces which want to keep Obama in power for the sake of Islam.