Never Before in History has Mainstream Media Failed to Convince Americans to Support USA in War CrySubmitted by Michaelwiseguy on Thu, 08/29/2013 - 18:03
American citizen support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian people is off the charts. Why are so many Americans rooting for Assad and not Obama's War? The MSM attempt to start an open US war with Syria is going down in flames. 91% of American people simply don't want another costly war in the Middle East. Many Americans have educated themselves in understanding all the intricate geo-political and mercantile moving parts associated with the push to overthrow the Assad presidency. We're not buying into this bankster war.
Informed internet bloggers are offering advice to Russia, Iran, and Syria on how to react to a US attack on Syria. From Iran bombing the hell out of Qatar and Saudi Arabia to Syria launching Sunburn missiles at US battle ships to teach American sheeple the true cost of war, the suggestions are over the top. Advice from huge numbers of Americans to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth for various reasons are in every comment thread on thousands of blogs. It seams the gloves are off in the rhetoric being tossed around the Internets concerning war with Syria. The age of Internet Power has arrived. The Worldwide Web is shutting down this war.
I think what MSM is seeing here is their irrelevance come to pass.
Mainstream media needs to learn their new role. Back of the bus pal! And this has nothing to do with race.
Brzezinski: ‘Global Political Awakening’ Making Syrian War Difficult
"Brzezinski’s call of warning to the “global political awakening” has only intensified in recent years. Last year during a speech in Poland, Brzezinski noted that it has become “increasingly difficult to suppress” and control the “persistent and highly motivated populist resistance of politically awakened and historically resentful peoples.” Brzezinski also blamed the accessibility of “radio, television and the Internet” for the “universal awakening of mass political consciousness.”
“[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people,” said Brzezinski during a 2010 Council on Foreign Relations speech in Montreal.
Despite attempts by both the Republican and Democratic leadership to gain support for a war in Syria, a new Reuters poll revealed that only 9 percent of Americans support military intervention in Syria. If the United States intervenes, it will be the least popular war in American history.
The massive and growing evidence forced out by the alternative media, which points to a US backed chemical attack by Al Qaeda led rebel forces to be blamed on Assad, has only accelerated the inevitable downfall of the corporate press that is now only trusted by 23 percent of the public."
Zero Hedge has some of the most informed bloggers on the internet and has this article concerning Dr Ron Paul today;
US Finally Admits What Ron Paul Said: "Nobody Knows Who Set Off The Gas"
""The danger of escalation with Russia is very high," Ron Paul warns in this brief Fox News interview. After casting doubts on the government's 'knowledge' and reasoning in the region, Paul gets straight to the point. Simply put, he notes, despite the ongoing headlines of 'proof' and 'dreadful videos', Paul states "We're not positive who set off the gas," and indeed - who is set to benefit most from any Assad-regime-smackdown? Al-Qaeda.
"Assad is not an idiot," Paul adds, "it's unlikely he would do this on purpose... look how many lies were told to us about Saddam Hussein prior to that build-up." A lot of uncomfortable truths in this brief clip for an administration that has crossed its own red line (as we noted here) on actions against Syria now... "I think it's a false flag..." Paul adds, there is a big risk that "we are getting sucked in" and the American people are against this war."