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vendredi 16 octobre 2009

Vidéo: Rien n'est réel - Les médias de masse

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Vidéo: Rien n'est réel - Les médias de masse

Pour ceux qui pensent encore que les médias de masse sont toujours objectifs et qu'ils n'oseraient jamais présenter des mises en scènes complètement fabriquées dans leurs bulletins de nouvelles. Il faut voir la vidéo au complet, spécialement la dernière minute.

Nothing is real

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIZh1nm8Lzg&feature=player_embedded


I beg you to stick with this clip until the very end. The last minute of this video is mind-blowing. This is not an exercise in evidence-free paranoia-mongering.

This video first appeared on YouTube roughly a year ago, but I did not see it until just now. Using behind-the-scenes footage, it shows CNN "war correspondent" Charles Jaco allegedly in Saudi Arabia covering a missile attack. (For better quality, see here. You can see more behind-the-scenes footage -- plus a remake of the above scene with different costuming -- here, or just scroll down to the bottom of this post.)

I beg you to stick with this clip until the very end. The last minute of this video is mind-blowing. This is not an exercise in evidence-free paranoia-mongering.

Jaco now works for a Fox affiliate.

In the past, I've often talked about the day the statue of Saddam was pulled down during Gulf War II. American teevee viewers thought that the act was a spontaneous demonstration by the citizens of Baghdad. In fact, the people who actually lived in the city were kept behind barricades. The whole thing was staged, with Ahmed Chelabi's rent-a-goons playing the Baghdadis.

That same day, the Los Angeles ABC affiliate showed what they claimed to be footage (allegedly taken that very morning) of Saddam's fearsome Republican Guard mounting a counter-offensive against the Americans in Baghdad. I had seen the same footage two days earlier on a foreign-language cable channel. It was shot in a completely different city by a French crew -- and the "Republican Guard" were actually a handful of dunderheaded extremists from Syria. The real Republican Guard was bought off and did not fight.

After relying on a questioned document, Dan Rather was tossed out of the news business. But Charles Jaco still works in what he is pleased to call "journalism." As do, no doubt, many of the dozens of people at CNN who knew about this massive deception.

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