cognitive dissionance on Democracy Now? Read this.

In Gaza

This post stemmed from a comment made that DN should be covering the tragedy of the Rohingya and the complicity of Suu Kyi, as detailed in Tony Cartalucci’s “Who’s Driving the Rohingya into the Sea?“, excerpts of which I will paste at the bottom of this post.

On Democracy Now, on the subtle side of corporate presstitutery, Eric Draitser (StopImperialism.org) commented:

“Goodman is a foundation funded hack who did yeoman service for Obama and the cause of “humanitarian intervention” in Libya. She and Democracy Now disseminated lie after lie, parroting State Department talking points and lies from Human Rights Watch and Navi Pillay. Their “reporter” was a liar embedded with NATO-backed terrorists and they all have Libyan blood on their hands. In all that time reporting about Gaddafi alleged “crimes” (all of which have been debunked and proved to have been lies), they deliberately ignored…

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2 thoughts on “cognitive dissionance on Democracy Now? Read this.

  1. Good to see someone challenge the legitimacy of Democracy Now reporting. I’ve been skeptical of their coverage for more than a decade, owing to their refusal to host a serious debate over emerging evidence that challenges the official government version of the JFK assassination and 911.

    Democracy Now has always relied heavily on Ford Foundation funding, a known conduit for transferring CIA funding to non-governmental organizations. Follow the money.

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