Friday, May 1, 2009
Once again, the establishment media are trying to smear us as racist extremists because one individual posted a racist comment on our forum. This is a repeat of when cop killer Richard Poplawski attacked us on our own website and the media then claimed he was a fan of Alex Jones. Retractions were later made by numerous publications who made the original false claim.
We could spend a couple of hours on MSNBC’s forum and find a deluge of racist comments and then claim MSNBC is racist. But how about instead we just point out the fact that MSNBC is owned by General Electric, a key component of the military-industrial complex and the war machine that kills thousands of brown people around the world every year. Who are the real racists?
Racist comments are posted on thousands of forums and messageboards every day, but isn’t it funny that the media only thinks it’s a big story when they find one on ours? They must actually employ people who are tasked with sifting through our forum attempting to find racist comments by other people that they can smear us with. This only emphasizes their pathetic desperation and jealousy at the fact that the mainstream media is dying while the alternative media is exploding.
“No contact anywhere with an illegal alien!” conservative talk show host Michael Savage advised his U.S. listeners this week on how to avoid the swine flu. “And that starts in the restaurants” where he said, you “don’t know if they wipe their behinds with their hands!”
And Thursday, Boston talk radio host Jay Severin was suspended after calling Mexican immigrants “criminalians” during a discussion of swine flu and saying that emergency rooms had become “essentially condos for Mexicans.”
That’s tepid compared to some of the xenophobic reactions spreading like an emerging virus across the Internet. “This disgusting blight is because MEXICANS ARE PIGS!” an anonymous poster ranted on the “prison planet” forum, part of radio host and columnist Alex Jones’ Web site.
There is even talk of conspiracy. Savage speculated that terrorists are using Mexican immigrants as walking germ warfare weapons. “It would be easy,” he said, “to bring an altered virus into Mexico, put it in the general population, and have them march across the border.”
As about 130 cases of H1N1 virus, known as swine flu, have been confirmed across the United States, from San Diego to New York City, the growing public health concern has also exposed fear and hate.