Famous CNN/Ron Paul 'Censorship' Video: Was It Really 'Interference'?
You can see that they have the technology to make the feed "go bad " whenever they want. Please Re-post. This should END CNN as a network. Advertisers should boycott them and shut them down. ... 'Make note of this.' CNN says the reason for this was a failed satellite feed. When they come back to the newsroom if you look behind him on the left side there is another caucus feed that is likely using the same sat. uplink that is? grooving along just fine. This is bull--it. – From YouTube User solarpowerhome
Dominant Social Theme: Oops! That interference is tricky stuff.
Free-Market Analysis: So a handsome US vet – several tours in Afghanistan – starts to say on a CNN broadcast that he doesn't believe in an aggressive military stance abroad. He starts to say, in fact, that Israel is capable of taking care of itself when it comes to Iran.
He doesn't finish the statement, though. Instead, static interrupts his points and the interview is cut off. Wolf Blitzer explains that technical interference had prematurely ended the interview. You can see the video below.
Later on, Anderson Cooper circles back around to the incident, saying bluntly that "a lot of people online" probably believed that the incident was manufactured, followed by nervous laughter from all the analysts gathered round. You can see that video here (skittles2055's YouTube user channel, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kfq3mLzAi-0):
1/3/2012 CNN's Only Follow Up After "Lost" Connection with Active Duty Army Ron Paul Supporter
BLATANT Ron Paul CENSORSHIP by CNN of Soldier Supporting Ron Paul's Foreign Policy
(From PatriotReview's YouTube user channel.)
Posted by penelope on 01/10/12 10:14 PM
Douglas, I have just watched... ..fascinating. It confirms my long held conclusion that however much intellect man is endowed with, it doesn't amount to a can of beans if God is left out of the equation.
I am pushing 70 years now and was accademically "challenged" in school and nick-named Dopey Dinah, but as I grew up and developed into turning out to be rather a "stunner" (apparently), in the looks department, I found that my life led me on a path on which I met all sorts of people, from well known writers, accademics, royalty, "bright young things", etc. My conclusion, after listening to their conversations, was that I became rather glad that I wasn't "over-burdened" with brains and decided that good old common sense was more to be valued.
In my mid 40's I was confronted, rather startlingly, with the issue of ..God, and, being an enquiring sort, decided to look into what Chritianity was really all about. I discovered that it had nothing to do with religion as we understand religion, and everything to do with who we really are, what we were created to be and for what purpose. On top of which I started reading the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and found that it is absolutely the font of all Wisdom. So, when I read about the goings on in the world, the conspiracy theories, some of which, I hasten to add, seem to make a great deal of sense, and I very much like The Daily Bell's take on things together with the feedbackers postings which stretch my "tiny" mind, I am still left with the comfort of being able to say "but nevertheless... ..God".
I suppose I am writing this now wishing, "Oh,if only everyone would get to know God and know His ways, what a wonderful world we were given to live in". I know, it ain't going to happen, but with what it looks like we are bringing on ourselves, I do live in the utter believe that one heck of a lot will actually come to that same conclusion when they've lost the run of themselves. We shall see.
"Dopey Dinah" (:-)
Posted by douglas on 01/08/12 01:22 PM
Of topic by a fraction watch this
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Posted by Bobby7 on 01/05/12 01:26 PM
Israel is ANTICHRIST"
Posted by Bobby7 on 01/05/12 01:24 PM
Stop bitc-ing! Lets get that soldier & interview him without any interference!
One few minutes with this soldier will do Ron Paul all the good in the world!
Posted by Dilence Sogwood on 01/05/12 09:25 AM
Millions of people saw that live. Amazing.
Posted by herrfaust on 01/05/12 05:48 AM
I think Paul Jay had the same idea when he started The Real News Network.
Unfortunately, he was later seen selling out by parroting the official 911 story to score an interview with Zbignew Brezinsky. Lying arsehole.
Posted by bob on 01/04/12 07:53 PM
The day when a majority of Soviet people started to question the Soviet MSM truthfulness, the Soviet Union death became inevitable. The regime has lost its legitimacy.
Posted by MauiTree on 01/04/12 04:34 PM
National Public Access is a great idea, right now Public access Televsion is so diversified the cable companies are having little problem wiping out the local public access stations throughout the country. We need to protect what we have, and invest in public broadband. The new infrastructure for the public should be fiber, I think the FCC is working with the telecoms and the cable companies to limit and prohibit this. I think 16 states have legislatively forbidden local municipalities from establishing their own public broadband.
So in a war the first thing you do is cut communications, or control them. The president has an internet kill switch right? Obviously the providers of broadband can throttle or limit access, they are in the process of creating legislation to allow them the lawful right to censor...
Posted by Hugh on 01/04/12 03:41 PM
I have a dream...
... that sufficient resources were available and applied toward cost of developing and securing all necessary liciences to launch a nationwide TV network that was devoted to the truth and the interest of it's citizens.
TPC: The People Channel
Tru TV unfortunately, has been trademarked.
Posted by Ichabod on 01/04/12 03:41 PM
Fox News didn't bother witha technical glitch. Brett just started talking over the vet while the sound was turned down and they went off in another direction. Yes, it's now a two man race. It used to be Romney and Perry. Now it's Romney and Santorum.
It sit where I get political activist news from several sides with one side being evangelical Christians. Most of them I feel would support Ron Paul except for his stance on Israel. There's a significant per cent of this group that actually connects today's events with the end times. For those of us in the Covenant camp, that is really pathetic.
Another group buys the neo con message that we must oppose all muslim regimes because they apparently think all muslims want to kill Americans. They endorse preemptive wars. Hardly goes with "blessed are the peacemakers" and "as far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men." Ron Paul has exactly the right stance which is why the media have become so hysterical over the prospects of a victory for him. That includes Fox as well.
You could see Fox ramp up the perception management campaign when Chris Wallace said the second point to look at is electability. So why bother wasting time with Ron Paul when he's not electable according to good old fair and balanced Fox. For me, Chris Wallace branded himself as thoroughly unprofessional when he did not mention Ron Paul's name once during his Iowa Straw Poll coverage. Put Fox along side NBC, ABC, CNN, CBS and all other mainstream media as sickeningly biased.
Posted by Pete 8 on 01/04/12 03:02 PM
I found that the clip would not run from here, so I went to
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Posted by kenn on 01/04/12 02:20 PM
Does it really matter when they're running off to 'secret locations' to count ballots?
I don't know how much more obvious they can get other than shredding votes on live TV.
And we're accusing Russia of voter fraud and no transparency!