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Mark Dankof on The Zionist Media Plot and the Treyvon Martin Tragedy

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Mark Dankof’s America

Mark Dankof in Washington, D. C. in November of 2011

Press TV in Tehran contacted me today for a phone interview on the Treyvon Martin case.

In a nutshell, the Treyvon Martin case is a classic manipulation of the American public, and a diversionary tactic par excellence on the part of a Zionist-controlled American Corporate Media for reasons classically obvious only to those in this country who can still think, and exercise dispassionate judgment accordingly.

Irresponsible, racially oriented demagoguery comes to us via electronic barrage from the usual Establishment shills in the African-American community, evidenced by the inflammatory rhetoric and self-serving actions of Jesse Jackson, Maxine Waters, and Chicago Congressman Bobby Rush (D-IL), among others. Although it has received less media attention, the racist wing of the American Right Populist movement has been equally irresponsible, as evidenced by simian statements and analysis laced with vicious appellations directed at African Americans like “nigger,” “chimps,” and “coons.” Neither side can claim to know yet what really happened in Florida and all of its nuances and dimensions. Both sides fail to understand the Real Game in how this terrible situation is being deliberately exploited at the expense of decent people of good will with different shades of skin color.

One thing is not in doubt. The issues surrounding this tragedy discussed by Pat Buchanan in his essay, “It’s All About Race Now,” will not be aired on CNN or MSNBC. More

The War On Terror

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Live Link: Global Research, October 16, 2010

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

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Does anyone remember the “cakewalk war” that would last six weeks, cost $50-$60 billion, and be paid for out of Iraqi oil revenues? 

Does anyone remember that White House economist Lawrence Lindsey was fired by Dubya because Lindsey estimated that the Iraq war could cost as much as $200 billion? 

Lindsey was fired for over-estimating the cost of a war that, according to Joseph Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes, has cost 15 times more than Lindsey estimated. And the US still has 50,000 troops in Iraq. More

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