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The Media's Rape of Reality

lyster Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 1:44 AM
Derrick, why do you feel the need to use such adjectives as "horribly produced" and "bad" in connection with the movie? I assume you've seen the 15 minutes of it on YouTube. It's not great, certainly, but there are worse movies. No, I wouldn't pay to go see it, but is it really "horrible"? I'm no historian, but from my feeble knowledge of the life of the Prophet much of what it relates seems to be truthful - isn't it as truthful as the popular and well-reviewed "The Book of Mormon"? Other than that, your article is terrific. Thank you for saying it as it is.
karpe diem Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 3:36 AM
i am pretty sure that very few people in egypt or libya saw the piece on Utube. someone did and decided that this would be a good excuse to slaughter the americans and start a big riot, it was not the movie that did it. those very delicate people who are so sensitive to the slightest slight of their Mohamed are so easily offended, it is a wonder that did not slaughter many more and burned many more embassies.
I didn’t want to write this column. I definitely didn’t want to use these words. I wanted to write about something else, but after the events of this week, I had no choice.

I am here to report a rape. To protect President Obama from the failure of his administration to anticipate or respond appropriately to the attacks on our embassies in the Middle East, the media has absolutely raped the truth.

Americans were targeted and murdered by radical monsters around the globe. The president did nothing about it. The White House had at least a 48-hour advance warning...

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