Comments: Yes Men, We Have No Bhopals

Actions like Dow Chemical's make it really embarrassing to be an American.

Posted by Sharon at December 4, 2004 06:41 PM

And you are surprised?

Look what has happened here: The press has had its credibility on the issue removed....just like fake Guard papers did in the media's angle on Bush's negligence in serving his country.

Wake up and smell the New Way.

Posted by Richard at December 4, 2004 08:08 PM

Like Dan Rather, the Beeb has been set up to fail. The credibility of a source which has been reasonably accurate in its news reportage - especially that which makes Bu$hCo look like the war criminals that they are - made them a target for Rovianisation.

I once had a conservative tell me that Karl Rove was no one of any importance. I beg to differ. What more proof is needed than to demonstrate that at least two major media opponents of Bu$hCo have been negated by being manouvered into hanging themselves with their own coverage through the use of factual events? Masterful!

No one ever debated that the information in the memos broadcast by Dan Rather was false, just as the Bhopal incident really happened. Both reports were essentially true, but because each bit on a false presentation of true facts, each is now made suspect in the minds of the average conned-man.

Thus, another blow against Truth has been struck through the use of Truth as a weapon of falsehood.

Posted by pessimist at December 5, 2004 02:41 AM

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