December 04, 2009

Do not be fooled, FOX is part of "enemy within" |What is a Conservative Nationalist?

My comment below.
I would like to thank you,Pedro, for your insight and Dedication to We the People and our Nation.
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Sent: Friday, December 04, 2009 4:04 PM
Subject: Do not be fooled, FOX is part of the "enemy within"

If you are a conservative person is easy to be fooled by FOX which always will project to be your friend.

The truth is that to believe that is equivalent to buying the big lie.

The owner of FOX is Rupert Murdoch who is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) which is the right arm of the Bilderberg Group as well as the Trilateral Commission.

On the other hand, I know very well that FOX will spouse "most but not all" conservatives causes and that way, they are considered the only friend in the Media we have.  

The strategy of the elites is simple, get Democrats and liberals to be represented by CBS, ABC, CNN and CBS and let the Conservatives and Republicans to be represented by FOX.

That way the Elites control almost all people.

Very smart you must say for the "enemy within".

In the same way they control both Parties, Democrats and Republicans (McCain has been a member of the CFR for 14 years and have received many millions from Soros- another CFR member).

Pedro Sr

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Rupert Murdoch inks deal with Saudi prince

Al-Walid once boasted of his influence on Fox News coverage of Muslims

Posted: December 03, 2009
3:43 pm Eastern

© 2009 WorldNetDaily

Prince al-Walid bin Talal
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, owner of the Fox News Channel, strengthened his strategic partnership with Prince Al-Walid bin Talal, acquiring a stake in the Saudi royal's Rotana media conglomerate.

As WND reported, the Saudi prince, who owns a 5.7 percent share of Fox News, claimed in 2005 he persuaded Murdoch to immediately stop the top-rated cable network from identifying unrest in France as "Muslim riots."

Daily Variety reported News Corp. will take a 10 percent stake in Rotana, with an option to acquire another 10 percent.

The paper said the News Corp.-Rotana pact marks the most significant investment yet by a Western media company in the Arab world.

The infiltrators have been infiltrated. 'Muslim Mafia' exposes the secret underworld conspiring to Islamize America.

Last summer, News Corp.'s Fox and Rotana launched two Fox-branded English language channels in the Middle East. Rotana also has a deal to distribute Fox fare on DVD throughout the Middle East, Variety said.

The new pact will include the launch of new Fox-Rotana TV channels.

Variety said the deal will help Walid's cash flow, which has been hit hard by the global economic recession, particularly his large stake in Citi Group bank.

In 2005, Walid recounted his influence on the Fox News Channel's coverage of Muslims during a panel at the Arab and World Media Conference in Dubai. He noted that during violent street protests in France, Fox News ran a banner at the bottom of the screen that said "Muslim riots."

"I picked up the phone and called Murdoch ... [and told him] these are not Muslim riots, these are riots out of poverty," al-Walid said.

"Within 30 minutes, the title was changed from Muslim riots to civil riots."

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WND asked Fox News, at the time, to respond. Spokeswoman Irena Briganti said she was not aware of any phone call from the prince but acknowledged the network changed the banner after receiving complaints.

"We had several calls from people around the world and discovered the issue was a little more complicated than how it was being characterized," she said.

Al-Walid drew international attention in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks when his $10 million gift was rejected by New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

The prince visited the site of the World Trade Center in October 2001 and presented Giuliani with the donation to a relief fund, calling the terrorist attacks "a tremendous crime."

But in a written statement issued by his publicist during the visit, the prince appeared to place blame for the attacks on the U.S.

"At times like this one, we must address some of the issues that led to such a criminal attack," he said. "I believe the government of the United States of America should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stance toward the Palestinian cause."

An angered Giuliani returned the donation. A few days later, the prince blamed the mayor's decision on "Jewish pressures."

The prince reportedly gave half a million dollars to the controversial U.S. Muslim lobby group Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, in 2002 for a campaign to defend Islam in U.S. society.

The donation, given to Executive Director Nihad Awad during a visit to Saudi Arabia, helped buy a collection of Islamic books for 3,000 public libraries in the U.S. The contribution also financed a media campaign in the U.S. for CAIR.

A new WND Books publication, "Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That's Conspiring to Islamize America," presents firsthand evidence CAIR is acting as a front for a well-funded conspiracy of the Muslim Brotherhood – the parent of al-Qaida and Hamas – to infiltrate the American system and help pave the way for Saudi-style Islamic law to rule the U.S.

An estimated 80 percent of U.S. mosques are supported largely with funds and imams from Saudi Arabia, where the strict Wahhibist interpretation of Islam dominates the kingdom.

WND reported in 2005 the Senate Judiciary Committee held hearings in 2005 in response to a yearlong study by a Washington human-rights group asserting the government of Saudi Arabia was disseminating propaganda through American mosques that teaches hatred of Jews and Christians and instructs Muslims that they are on a mission behind enemy lines in a land of unbelievers.

Fifteen senators, including Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., responded to the report by the Center for Religious Freedom at Freedom House with a letter to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice demanding the Bush administration take stronger action against Riyadh.

my comment:
The behavior of Society is the goal of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, secularism, all Faiths of life's true value.  We have watched the secularizing of USA through the Media over the years, changing the character of America. 
 In history, before the Year of our Lord, most societies were under the same discipline of the Torah and Q'uran, an eye for an eye.  The physical use of deterring misbehavior in Society had and has strong consequence.  To this day, some State in America use the Death Penalty as not only a deterrent, but as an remedy for cleansing Society's behavior physically.
The aggressiveness of the Islam Faith to instill their will of Society Obedience is becoming a challenging event in nearly every Nation on Earth, in most cases non-violent.  Why is this happening without much effort? 
Faith in secularism does not provide any unity of Society but delivers anarchy, each onto his own.  What Faith in God instills is unity onto Him.  Self discipline within ones Sovereignty in the Home flows over into the Sovereignty of a community, to a State.  When one of the Faith in God are aggressive in their Belief, the unity of those in that Faith will over match any Passion coming from Secularism. 
Most Judeo/Christian Communities have been overrun by politically correct media, leaving them surrendered to the value of secularism, making their unity in retreat or extinct.  This vacuum is inspiring growth of Islam around the world.  The change that will occur if left unchecked by Societies amoral life style will be the other extreme by History's measure, Shariah Law, back to the eye for an eye.
A truth has emerged about the Republican Party in 2008.  The clear presence of what I have come to recognize is 'Conservative Nationalists', to which Fox News aspired in their coverage and support.  The Nationalist are for the Federal Government assuming all power it needs to fulfill their agenda in a conservative manner.  The fascist answer comes from, and will always be with unchecked government, the ends not justifying the means to we the people.  The label of moderate is one being used to define the difference between a liberal Nationalist and a conservative Nationalist.  Thus, the enemy from within is our naivety and apathy.
The clatter over the GOP putting forth a list of character one must possess to be considered a viable candidate is a bit of a shell game or can be.  There is one test that every American candidate must pass and that is the fundamental Truth of the Constitution and adherence to it.  Simply put, you are either a Constitutionalist or you are not.  If not, please leave the GOP.  And GOP is you resist and remain leadership contrary, you are doing one of two things.  Either you will whither on the vine as another Party emerges as the Republican Party did with Abraham Lincoln or you will invariably cause the demise of the Nation.  Be not about pointing your finger saying that if the Grassroots leave the GOP, it will be their fault we collapse.  Nope, it is in your greed to avoid the truth that will be our demise. 
Nationalists are for growing the powers of the Federal Government.
Federalists are for adhering to the Constitution, via Article V.  According to the Constitution, States are sovereign nations, each to their own in all but 30 specific powers granted to the Federal Government.  Not within Federal powers are education, retirement programs, health care programs, materials produced intrastate or traded with the exception of liability found, not imagined.
It can be unwound over a period of years, but if we do not stop this nonsense of the Sheriff holding ransom the treasury by currency manipulation and access, State Anarchy is possible.  Take time, but map it back to constitutional conduct. 
Start with the reason we are failing fiscally and alter the tax structure which is punishing the creation of manufacturing in America.  We have distributed enough of our knowledge and wealth to the world and to the import moguls.  FairTax please.  My kids need jobs that pay.
George Dunn

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