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Dealing with the Treasonous Times
The New York Times and the rest of the quasi-treasonous establishment media will not respect even official requests for self-control when the lives of our fighting men or the safety of the women and children in our cities are placed in jeopardy. What do we – what does the Bush Administration – owe them? Nothing.
What might the Bush Administration do about semi-criminal organizations like the New York Times? Here is a thought: use their own poison against them. What they get from the administration is through leaks, holes in the wall of confidence which any government fighting a way should have reason to maintain. If winning a war for survival and protecting the lives of our people is a game to the New York Times (and all the dreary rest of the old, jaded and corrupt Leftist media) is a game to its owners and publishers, then the administration should play the game as well.
How? Flood the New York Times and other media with leaks, organized leaks, calculated leaks – leaks that if published will weaken our enemies (which includes, of course, the New York Times) and spread confusion in their ranks. Use disinformation with nominally American media whose actual agenda is the destruction of America.
Organize leaks, for example, that Osama bin Ladin has been captured and is being held by the Mossad in Israel. Let it be known that the Mossad is “getting” a lot of information out of him, using methods which would violate human rights (blah, blah, blah) and have the administration beg the New York Times not to say anything about it in the interest of national security (thus assuring that they will proclaim it as soon as possible to the whole world.)
Release of this story would spread pandemonium among al-Qaeda operatives who would not know if this was true or not. It would compel bin Ladin to make another video appearance (only this time we would know that he would have to say something soon, and so have a better chance of really getting him.) His appearance, which would include references to recent events, would make the New York Times would look moronic.
Another calculated leak might be that Mahmoud Ahamadinejad, the Holocaust-denying thermonuclear weapon lusting lunatic in Teheran is actually a covert CIA agent (perhaps even have some “top secret,” but brilliantly forged documents, to back up that story.) In time of war, using phony information is perfectly legitimate: disinformation is better than bullets and mayhem. Make leaks of disinformation to the New York Times and the treasonous press unwittingly spread disinformation which both helps us hurt our enemies among terrorists and our enemies in the treasonous media.
Does this sound too drastic? Consider what the New York Times may have thwarted our efforts to stop a preventable terrorist attack on America. Consider the blood of our brave warriors that will be shed because of the New York Times. Consider how casually the New York Times and its gaggle of dishonest Leftist media “competitors” slander, defame and destroy the lives of honorable men who commit the offense of telling the truth.
At some point, of course, the New York Times and the dim bulbs of the Left will figure out what is going on. What should the administration then say to that? “You asked for it! Yes! Patriotic, real Americans used you to fight evil in the world, knowing that you would consciously side with evil and betray your own country. You, who enjoy liberty only by the blood of men who for the last two centuries have died in strange places to give you liberty, deserve nothing. You, who lie when it is convenient and conceal the truth when it is convenient, deserve nothing. You, who do nothing good at all for your adopted nation deserve nothing in return from us.”
Support the government of your nation when it is fighting for your survival and your safety and to defend those very freedoms which you abuse. If you do not, then expect nothing from real Americans except real contempt. Expect, too, that your sneaky leaks will backfire, befuddle and expose you. Expect no sympathy from the vast majority of us who are happy to live in America and who sacrifice for its safety. Expect what you deserve: no respect for your opinions, just as you have no respect for our lives.
Biography - Bruce Walker
Bruce Walker has been a published author in print and in electronic media since 1990. He is a regular contributor to WebCommentary, Conservative Truth, American Daily, Enter Stage Right, Intellectual Conservative, NewsByUs and MenŐs News Daily. His first book, Sinisterism: Secular Religion of the Lie by Outskirts Press was published in January 2006.