- "True democracy presupposes two conditions: first,
that the vast majority of the people have a genuine opinion upon public
affairs; secondly, that electors will use their power as a public benefit."
- --Andre Siegfried
- The continued suppression by The New York Times of the
Downing Street Memo will eventually backfire, but the enormous immediate
benefit to the Bush administration will only be calculable relative to
the latter's ability to initiate new blitzkrieg invasions of either Syria
or Iran, or both. At this time, the only thing holding back the Bush administration
is their uncertainty as to the degree of public opinion that has been generated
by America's true press: the Internet.
- It is the imminent, illegal, unjust, unconstitutional
invasion of these sovereign nations, in obedience to the direction given
to the Bush administration by Israel's Ariel Sharon, along with the totally
unnecessary losses on the part of our military, which will constitute the
very real crime of a direct collaboration by the Times in these events.
Any deaths, dismemberments, psychological damage or prison time for conscientious
objectors, should be prosecuted via legal action in the courts by members
of our military and their respective families who have been so seriously
harmed by the Times' silence.
- As Siegfried points out, public opinion, which the Times
so arrogantly takes for granted as being their optional and discretionary
sole domain of responsibility, would not only generate such a public outcry
as regards the immoral invasion and horrific slaughter of innocent civilians,
but preclude as well any continued, forced sacrifices by our military to
satisfy the sole imperial interests of Israel.
- A cursory look at all that is wrong with our society
immediately points to a lack of accountability by those who perpetrate
wrongdoing upon US, whether at all levels of American government, or the
establishment media , or the American "education" industry and
its massive labor union. This crime of omission by the Times must serve
as a turning point in that newspaper's self-initiated immunity for responsible
- Following Lenin's lead, the Jewish revolution in Russia,
termed the "Bolshevik Revolution," which ushered in the brutal
Soviet Union, Dictator Josef Stalin did indeed "break some eggs to
make a [Communist] omelet." A notable example was the statist concept
of taking privately-owned land away from its owners, or driving rightful
property owners off their land by other means, in order to give loyal Communist
Party members and their designees new ownership over the stolen lands.
This represented the greater efficiency expected of the state omelet in
the name of increased agricultural productivity.
- Stalin's "citizen militias" [read government-loyal
armed goons and thugs] descended upon Ukrainian farmers and employed those
"other means." They forced landowners and farmers to give up
all their life-sustaining assets for the betterment of the state. They
looted everything at gunpoint from the hapless landowners. Food stored
in root cellars, sheds and silos, as well as livestock and long-term provisions,
were taken from the Ukrainian landowners; even tools and equipment were
looted for "the greater cause of the state." Needless to say,
those that resisted were killed; those that didn't faced cold, hunger,
sickness, disease, and eventually death. Innocent men, women and children
died - the very young as well as the very old. They just represented "broken
eggs" or "collateral damage."
- Walter Duranty was The New York Times
reporter in the Soviet Union at the time. He had regular meetings with
Stalin when they would discuss strategy. What those meetings really represented
were propaganda planning sessions; Duranty and Stalin collaborated and
composed fiction, a dangerous fiction. In 1932, the Soviet Union wasn't
all that powerful, and if word had leaked out that Stalin was starving
millions of Ukrainians to death, world opinion might have changed things
such that at least some of the condemned millions might have been spared.
And Stalin provided Duranty with a prostitute for companionship.
- In this regard, I contend that The New York Times was
directly complicit, and therefore, jointly guilty, in the perpetration
of those mass murders. Duranty and The New York Times knew the truth,
but elected to deliberately present fraudulent "news" to stifle
public outcry and negative opinion towards the "Bolshevik Revolution."
Even now, that this most egregious crime against humanity has been pointed
out by the Internet, the arrogant Zionist elites at the Times won't return
Duranty's 1932 Pulitzer Prize for all the deadly fiction he wrote.
- And recall that Tarpley
had pointed out the collaboration of the Zionist B'nai B'rth and The New
York Times in allowing Hitler to come to power: "This seal of approval
for Hitler, coming from a famous Jew [Max Warburg], was just what Harriman
and Bush required, for they anticipated rather serious 'alarm' inside the
U.S.A. against their Nazi operations. On March 29, 1933, two days after
Max's letter to Harriman, Max's son, Erich Warburg, sent a cable to his
cousin Frederick M. Warburg, a director of the Harriman railroad system.
He asked Frederick to 'use all your influence' to stop all anti-Nazi activity
in America, including 'atrocity news and unfriendly propaganda in foreign
press, mass meetings, etc.'
- Frederick cabled back to Erich: 'No responsible groups
here [are] urging [a] boycott [of] German goods; merely excited individuals.'
Two days after that, On March 31, 1933, the American-Jewish Committee,
controlled by the Warburgs, and the B'nai B'rth, heavily influenced by
the Sulzbergers (New York Times), issued a formal, official joint statement
of the two organizations, counseling 'that no American boycott against
Germany be encouraged,' and advising 'that no further mass meetings be
held or similar forms of agitation be employed.'"
- Jayson Blair was yet another fiction writer for the "Red Lady."
And of course, the Second-Amendment hating New York Times assigned Blair
to the D.C. Sniper Shootings. Where better to employ a creative fiction
writer considering The New York Times' penchant for gun control. The Blair
incident brought focus upon the "culture
of the New York Times and lead to the resignation of editor Howell Raines
and managing editor Gerald Boyd on June 5," as reported by Journalism.org.
- Even now, and in spite of the soiled record of the Times
as regards Duranty, Blair, Raines and Boyd, what really has changed at
The New York Times? The Downing Street Memo will now become the Times'
most prominent uncrowning achievement! Nothing has changed at the Times,
except for a worsening of their sick, anti-American culture! There is
no excuse for this behavior other than to point out, just like the Bush
administration they are protecting, they are at the beck and call of Israel!
- So far, I have seen the Downing Street Memo reported
at only two American news entities: The Star-Ledger in New Jersey and in
written for FOXNews.com by Kelley Beaucar Vlahos entitled, "Downing
Street Memo Mostly Ignored in U.S." Vlahos starts her article saying,
"A British government memo that critics say proves the Bush administration
manipulated evidence about weapons of mass destruction in order to carry
out a plan to overthrow Saddam Hussein has received little attention in
the mainstream media, frustrating opponents of the Iraq war."
- Referring to the London Sunday Times article of May 1st,
Vlahos continues: "The memo suggests that British intelligence analysts
were concerned that the Bush administration was marching to war on wobbly
evidence that Saddam posed a serious threat to the world." Vlahos
- Congressman John Conyers letters to Bush and the 88 Democrats
that co-signed that demand for an explanation. The article relates, "Conyers
says the mainstream media have ignored the story and let President Bush
off the hook. He noted that liberal blogs and alternative media have been
keeping the story alive. 'But these voices are too few and too diffuse
to overcome the blatant biases of our cable channels and the negligence
and neglect of our major newspapers,' Conyers said in a recent statement.
White House spokesman Scott McClellan has said there is 'no need' to respond
to the memos, the authenticity of which has not been denied."
- Of course, Mighty Mouth McClellan can utter the astonishing
absurdity that there is "no need" for him, or anyone in the administration
for that matter, to reply to Conyers and almost 25% of the membership of
the House of Representatives in the US Congress. They are just representatives
of the people, and Bush's position with respect to the American voter and
taxpayer has always been: The public be damned! Conyers is right - without
mainstream establishment media pressure, there will be no general public
outcry. And without any modicum of public disgust and outcry with regard
to the criminal activities of the Bush administration, Bush can go right
on doing whatever the hell he damn well pleases.
- This oneness of the "American" press and "American"
government would be dangerous in and of itself, but consider the crimes
against not only America, but all humanity perpetrated by the criminal
Bush regime. George Bush and his administration have:
- * With impunity, unilaterally suspended the Geneva Conventions,
which predate our founding in 1776
- * Suspended habeas corpus as protected by Article I,
Section 9, Paragraph 2
- * Publicized and thereby legitimized a policy of public
kidnappings, both here and abroad
- * Publicized and made legitimate via public policy [Ashcroft,
Gonzales and military pronouncements], the torture and murder of helpless
prisoners. Even Stalin and Hitler never made torture public policy
- * Suspended the entire Bill of Rights via the USA PATRIOT
- * Ordered and approved the brutal carpet-bombing and
napalming of unarmed men, women and children at Fallujah, in blatant violation
of International Law
- * Arrested and illegally held US citizens in secret
prisons without just cause, without due process, and without specific charges,
depriving them of counsel, indictment and trial by jury.
- This is only a smattering of the crimes perpetrated by
Bush, and doesn't even begin to address illegal sole-sourcing of war-generated
government contracts and oil deals in blatant and egregious violation of
Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Anti-Deficiency Act.
- Consider all these malicious acts and events, and consider
as well their sparse coverage in the mainstream establishment press. And
keep in mind that The New York Times is the media enabler and gatekeeper
for all news outlets in America, as pointed out by media insider Bernard
Goldberg in his two books.
- In spite of the evidence of all the crimes against both
the Constitution and humanity in general, Jim Pinkerton, a "conservative"
columnist for Newsday and a regular on FOX News Watch, defends the excessive
restraint in the mainstream media saying in the FOX Vlahos article, "This
is a test of the left-wing blogosphere." Pinkerton pointed out that
the article was only published by the London Times to promote opposition
to Prime Minister Tony Blair's re-election. Blair himself put town the
article with the comment: "This is old news." Whether the report
surfaced as a result of political competition or whether it is or isn't
"old news" is not the issue; it's the truth that matters.
- The New York Times will win in the end in the arena of
public opinion. As long as the general public is deprived of the news,
there will be no public outcry. Network and cable television could go
around the Times, but they know it is unadvisable given the control and
power Israel and its powerful lobby, AIPAC, have over each and every member
of Congress. And then there's the potential ridicule from FOX and Rush
Limbaugh citing a biased "liberal" media. Regrettably, the public
now recognizes this bias in the past antics of Dan, Tom and Peter, and
because of this recognized bias, won't believe the report of a Downing
Street Memo as anything other than yet another partisan swipe at Bush and
- The only hope is for citizens groups who can prove suffered
harm and who seek money damages for the horrific pain and suffering caused
by the Bush regime and The New York Times. It is such groups, collaborating
with religious organizations, that may eventually succeed in holding the
conspirators in the White House, the Pentagon and the press accountable.
- c. 2005 Ted Lang - All Rights Reserved
- Ted Lang is a political analyst and freelance writer.