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Al Gore: Al Jazeera "Tell It Like It Is," They're "Respected" -- Fox News Is "Propaganda"

AK Mark Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 5:55 PM
I've actually watched Al Jazeera, both here and overseas, very biased coverage but some at least is not to the level of propaganda. Can't say the same for MSNBC, pure propaganda. Fox can be a bit over the top, but all in all less biased than the mainstream media. By the way, I've lived among muslims in Africa. Got bad news for you, bub, most of them side with the terrorists, most believe that islam should rule the planet, most believe any "infidel" is already at war with islam. The problem is that people like you can't understand that there are people ready to fight and die for what they believe. They reject the relativist world view and believe that they, and only they, are right. The only effective countermeasure is Christianity.
chris73 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 8:14 PM
AK Mark,
Americans have no idea how folks in the Middle East and especially Africa view us. They don't care what your political affiliations are they would cut your throat in a heartbeat. The news in general is propaganda it doesn't matter to me the network. They all have an agenda that does not revolve around "reporting the news." That said, Fox is much more balanced then the others networks and have really good reporters such as Kelly, and Greta to include the Fox Business network which is really good. I have not watched Al Jazeera in the states but I have seen it overseas and using the term biased is being nice.

Gore appeared on the Charlie Rose show last night, unfortunately the editors left the part where Gore rips Fox News as "propaganda" on the cutting room floor. I've watched Gore's appearance on the Charlie Rose show on my DVR and also on Charlie Rose's web site and the "propaganda" part is not there. The editors did leave in the part where Gore praises the Al Jazeera network--so I grabbed that. Having said that, someone who attended the live taping of the show recorded the "propaganda" part on their cell phone. The video is not stellar but the content is worth...