Thursday, May 12, 2011

The Pentagon Channel: War All Day; War All Night

For war porn addicts, it doesn't get any better than the non-stop Pentagon Channel, dedicated to slopping lies into a very gullible and feeble-minded American public's wasted mind.
The Pentagon Channel television service is distributed 24/7 and is available to all stateside cable and satellite providers, via American Forces Radio and Television Services, overseas and via the worldwide web right here at www.pentagonchannel.mil
Using napalm during the Vietnam War to win over the indigenous people

05.11.11

From re-hashing old lies about 'winning the hearts and minds of Vietnamese' by destroying villages with artillery shells, mortar rounds and machine gun fire to retelling these same lies, this time 'winning the hearts and minds of Afghans, Iraqi's and Pakistani's' by destroying their villages with Predator drones firing Hellfire missiles, the Pentagon Channel is a must for those addicted to death and destruction.

The Pentagon Chalks up Another Success Story in its never ending 'War of Terror'
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"We don't shy away from the tough stuff, but we embrace the stories that are uplifting and important for our morale." - Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Allison Barber, who oversees the Pentagon Channel

Wonder if they'll do an in-depth story on all those missing Pentagon trillions?

Where Ann Coulter and other Zionist stooges get their Talking Points

"Prelude to War," Chapter I of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, describes World War II as a battle between the "slave world" of fascism and the "free world" of American liberty. In the "slave world," the entire populations of Germany, Italy and Japan have been hoodwinked by madmen, opportunists who capitalized on their people's desperation and weakness to rise to power. These demagogues promised revenge for past losses, and in the process convinced their people to give up their rights and accept dictatorship. In the "free world," the principles of equality, freedom, and liberty characterize the greatest leaders, embodied in the works and words of Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln.



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1 comment:

  1. Yeah, baby!

    Can't wait for the AP (the almost proud?) to get tough on that.

    Keep after them!

    S

    Wonder if they'll do an in-depth story on all those missing Pentagon trillions?
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