Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Aluminum tubes for the 21st Century

Remember when the New York Times had to apologize for lying the United States into the attack on Iraq, one of the Wars For The Jews?  They even had to get rid of Judy Miller, their most accomplished liar.  Well, they're back in from, this time with their most spectacular lying yet, again intended to fool the stupid gentiles into fighting another War For The Jews.  The lying is so good you have to wonder if they've brought Judy Miller back as a consultant.  The method?  Take a Wikileaks cable that casts serious doubt on proposition x, claim it supports proposition x, and then claim they can't show us the cable as Obama doesn't want you to see it.  Priceless!!!

Gareth Porter (my emphasis in red; note that the NYT had to get the cables from the Guardian, as Wikileaks correctly refused to give the material directly to the NYT, no doubt knowing what liars they are; see also here, with the relevant bits of the cable and a link I can't get to work to the cable itself):
"A diplomatic cable from last February released by WikiLeaks provides a detailed account of how Russian specialists on the Iranian ballistic-missile program refuted the United States suggestion that Iran has missiles that could target European capitals, or intends to develop such a capability.

In fact, the Russians challenged the very existence of the mystery missile the US claims Iran acquired from North Korea. But readers of the two leading US newspapers never learned those key facts about the document.

The New York Times and Washington Post reported only that the United States believed Iran had acquired such missiles - supposedly called the BM-25 - from North Korea. Neither newspaper reported the detailed Russian refutation of the US view of the issue, or the lack of hard evidence for the BM-25 from the US side.

The Times, which had obtained the diplomatic cables not from WikiLeaks but from The Guardian, according to a Washington Post story on Monday, did not publish the text of the cable.

The Times story said the newspaper had made the decision not to publish "at the request of the Obama administration". That meant that its readers could not compare the highly distorted account of the document in the Times story against the original document without searching the WikiLeaks website.

As a result, a key WikiLeaks document, which should have resulted in stories calling into question the thrust of the Obama administration's ballistic-missile defense policy in Europe based on an alleged Iranian missile threat, has produced a spate of stories supporting the existing-Iranian-threat narrative."
Absolutely spectacular, over-the-top, warmongering lying, with the added fillip that they blame the Obama Administration for their inability to display the source information which would immediately demonstrate their vile and bloody trickery!  A tip of the hat to them.  Will the gentiles be fooled, based on lies from the Jew-controlled media, into fighting another War For The Jews, again at ruinous cost?

You can't blame Wikileaks for this.  They even tried to keep the material away from the liars (oh, and by the way, we've thus far seen only a tiny percentage of the total Wikileaks release).  The sad fact of the matter is that Jews lie to trick gentiles into fighting Wars For The Jews.  They can't help themselves.
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