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Arizona shooter labeled “Left-Wing nut Job” by bloggers

Posted in Left Wing, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 9, 2011 by saynsumthn

A man gunned down Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and at least 17 other people, six of whom were killed, during a the congresswoman’s meet-and-greet Saturday with constituents outside a supermarket in Tucson.

Among the dead were U.S. District Judge John M. Roll and a 9-year-old girl.

The suspect, identified by a federal source as Jared Lee Loughner, 22, was in custody Saturday after being tackled by two people at the scene of the shooting. The gunman may not have acted alone, Pima County Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik said.

Left-wingers are blaming the Tea Party because the victim was a democrat but….

Gateway Pundit has an interesting blog detailing the shooters nutty ideas

among them are these alleged tweets from a friend of Loughner who said he is Left Wing:

As for his odd YouTube manifesto of sorts he wrote:
“All humans are in need of sleep.
Jared Laughner is a human.
Hence, Jared Loughner is in need of sleep.”
He continues saying:
“All conscience dreaming at this moment is asleep.
Jared Loughner is conscience dreaming at this moment.
Thus Jared Laughner is asleep.”
He wraps up his rambling by saying,
“In conclusion, reading the second United States Constitution. I can’t trust the current government because of the ratifications. The government is implying mind control and brainwash on the people by controlling grammar.
No! I won’t pay debt with a currency that’s not backed by gold and silver!
No! I won’t trust in God!”
You can check out his You Tube channel if you’d like right here.

Among his long list of favorite books in his YouTube profile are Mein Kampf, The Communist Manifesto, Siddhartha.

Business Insider is reporting that A woman named Caitie Parker has been tweeting that she went to school with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ alleged shooter Jared Loughner and that he had met Giffords previously.

Also,” he was a pot head & into rock like Hendrix,The Doors, Anti-Flag. I haven’t seen him in person since ’07 in a sign language class” and “As I knew him he was left wing, quite liberal. & oddly obsessed with the 2012 prophecy.”

Loughner also “favorited” just one video on YouTube, which shows the burning of an American flag and is accompanied by an anti-government screed. A sample from that screed:

If there’s no flag in the constitution then the flag in the film is unknown.
There’s no flag in the constitution.
Therefore, the flag in the film is unknown.
Burn every new and old flag that you see.
Burn your flag!
I bet you can imagine this in your mind with a faster speed.
Watch this protest in reverse!
Ask the local police; “What’s your illegal activity on duty?”.
If you protest the government then there’s a new government from protesting.
There’s not a new government from protesting.
Thus, you aren’t protesting the government.

KTLA is reporting One former high school friend Tweeted about knowing the accused gunman:

He was a pot head and into rock, like Hendrix, The Doors, Anti-Flag,” she wrote. “I haven’t seen him in person since 2007 in a sign language class. As I knew him he was left wing, quite liberal and oddly obsessed with the 2012 prophecy. He had a lot of friends until he got alcohol poisoning in 2006 and dropped out of school. Mainly a loner, very philosophical.”

The New York Times is reporting that school administrators called in Mr. Loughner’s parents to tell them that their son had been suspended and would have to get a mental health evaluation to return to college. Instead, he dropped out in October.

Grant Wiens, 22, who graduated in 2006 from Mountain View High School, a year ahead of Mr. Loughner, described him as “a kind of rare bird, very shy.”

Mr. Wiens said that something Mr. Loughner said during a discussion about religion had stuck in his mind: “Whatever happens, happens,” Mr. Wiens recalled the suspect saying. “Might as well enjoy life now.”

The NY Times also reports that his YouTube page also listed a series of favorite books. Some were novels about political dystopias — including “Animal Farm” by George Orwell and “Brave New World” by eugenics supporter Aldous Huxley. Others were about falling into fantasy worlds — like “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass” by Lewis Carroll.

USA Today reports that neighbors said they were shocked by the shooting. They described Loughner as a loner and outcast with a tendency to dress in all-black “goth-type clothes.”

Many of the news outlets and blogs are reporting that Loughner rambled about how few people in his district spoke English….for the record, you might also be interested to know that there are MANY board member of the anti-immigration movement from the left wing, pro-abortion, eugenics founded Planned Parenthood organization. Several posts here explain the connections : Here

And let’s not forget the recent murders by enviro-wacko, left wing killer of the Discovery Center- obsessed with overpopulation, I found it odd how quickly those connections and allegations died down connections here: ( Read Police Report here)

FBI on Weather Underground: Eliminate 25 million people who are pro-capitalist

Posted in Left Wing, Obama, Radicals, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , on June 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

An FBI agent who infiltrated the Weathermen, the Leftist radical terrorist organization founded by Bill Ayers , stated that the conversations that took place among the 25 top organizers of the group are enough to send shivers down the spines of normal citizens who actually have a conscience and a high regard for human life.

Larry Grathwohl was that FBI agent. And early in the 1980s he publicly reported on what he discovered as an undercover member of the Weather Underground (the Weathermen).

Note that Ayers and the Weathermen intended to kill 25 million American citizens unless they agreed to be ‘re-educated’ in the ideology and methodology of Marxism.

The following video provides a complete report on the Weather Underground movement, their mission and goals, their tactics, and the persons involved, who were mainly from academia, particularly Columbia University and other bastions of Leftwing propaganda:

Bill Ayers launched Barack Obama’s political career in his own living room in Chicago. The 2 have a long, close association.

‘Right-Wing Violence’ a Product of MSM Hyperactive Imagination, Leftist Agenda

Posted in Abortion, James Pouillon, Maafa21, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 22, 2010 by saynsumthn

From: Big Journalism

Posted by John Sexton Apr 21st 2010 at 9:47 am in Abortion, Featured Story, media bias

The meme coming from the left is simple: right-wing activity leads to extremism. As early as last April democratic staffers on Capitol Hill were passing out press releases claiming the Town Hall attendees were “neo-Nazis.”

Since then the claim has been echoed by dozens of high profile opinion writers including Paul Krugman at the New York Times and Eugene Robinson at the Washington Post (who claims “far-left violence in this country has gone the way of the leisure suit.”)

In an Op-Ed in the New York Times, Bill Clinton not so subtly drew parallels between the Oklahoma City bombing and the current environment. He didn’t identify any particular source of danger, but his warning was clearly aimed at those who use “anti-government” rhetoric. No surprise those people tend to be conservatives.

Of course there has been real right-wing extremism, most notably the murder of abortionist George Tiller last Summer. That shouldn’t be ignored or minimized. On the other hand, there was another killing not long after which received a lot less attention. Jim Pouillon, a long time pro-life advocate, was shot three times through the pro-life sign he was holding by a stranger who was irritated by his message.

One could reasonably argue that Tiller’s murder was the bigger story, news-wise. He had become symbolic of a particularly controversial kind of abortion (late term) and had experienced previous violence. Giving the story double (even triple) coverage would be reasonable. But five and a half times as much? That’s what the New York Times did. How about twenty times as much? That’s what the Los Angeles Times did. The Washington Post was in between with just over twelve times as much coverage of Tiller than Pouillon. All of them put Time magazine to shame: Time ran nearly 5,000 words on Tiller, but not one on Pouillon. Here’s a chart that shows how lopsided the coverage was:

The numbers don’t tell the whole story. Much of the coverage of Tiller was glowing. There are quotes from fellow church members, quotes from family, quotes from supporters. His story is conveyed as a tragedy. One whole piece was devoted to his family life. And one biographic story in the New York Times ran 6,000 words, 50% longer than all their coverage of Jim Pouillon’s murder combined.

The coverage of the Tiller case raised the specter of further violence at every turn. Who will be next? The Washington Post gave space to religious believers of every stripe to comment on the story including a pro-choice Wiccan priestess, a pro-choice Rabbi and a pro-choice Christian pastor who accused pro-lifers of “fedoaltry.” In short, all three papers took Tiller’s murder as an opportunity to look at the big picture, usually from a pro-choice point of view, and to push their editorial agenda.

By contrast, the coverage of Pouillon painted him as a confrontational rabble-rouser. The New York Times ran a story (headline: “Slain Abortion Opponent ‘Loved the Controversy’ His Protests Generated”) which in the first paragraph described Pouillon as “breaking the idyllic quiet with loud anti-abortion rants.” It went on to suggest that his real motivation wasn’t a principled view of life but unhappiness over his divorce. Not exactly sympathetic treatment from the Times. The authors stop short of suggesting he brought the murder on himself, but the tone is a long way from the hagiography that Tiller received. When the Times eventually ran word of the conviction of Harlan Drake (Pouillon’s killer) it was a 65-word stub under the headline “Michigan: Trucker Guilty of Killings.” There is no indication that political assassination was part of the story.
Lacking in coverage of Pouillon’s murder are any of the big questions that might have been asked, starting with will this happen again? There was, so far as I could find, no recounting of past acts of violence against pro-lifers or any suggestion that a pattern might exist. No one offered a round up of quotes from angry pro-choicers, some of whom said he got what he deserved (they weren’t that hard to find if anyone had bothered to look).

Bad as it was, the Times’s coverage was far better than the Post or the L.A. Times could muster. Can anyone justify a 20:1 split in coverage of these two murders? The Washington Post ran a few AP pieces but basically devoted zero resources to Pouillon’s murder. Time didn’t mention him at all (neither did Newsweek). If you only read those magazines you might think left-wing extremism didn’t exist.

It’s impossible to look at the numbers, not to mention the tone of the coverage itself, and avoid the obvious conclusion that the press has a dog in this fight. The reporters writing these stories are nearly all pro-choice. So are the editors assigning the stories and writing the headlines. As a result, right-wing violence garners a lot more media coverage. It’s not a conspiracy, just confirmation bias in action.

And it extends far beyond this story. Did you know that a Crisis Pregnancy Center in Arizona was burned out just before Christmas? Probably not since not a single major media outlet covered the story. But if someone sets fire to an abortion clinic you can bet it will be national news.

Sadly, the MSM’s story selection eventually forms a kind of conventional wisdom, one that suggests “right-wing” is the natural prefix for “extremism.” In contrast, examples of left-wing violence are just a blip, a local crime story with no national implications worth mentioning, if the story is even covered at all.

Of course, this isn’t true. There was a bigger narrative in which to place Jim Pouillon’s murder just as was the case for Tiller, but that story remains untold. If the MSM is serious about being non-partisan they need to start compensating for their own measurable bias.

For more on this story of a pro-choice activist who gunned down a pro-lifer click here

For MANY more example of pro-choice and pro-abortion violence click here

Left wing teacher exposed for plans to ‘Crash the Tea Party’ and defame it

Posted in Liberal, Tea Party with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Connecting the Left Wing

Posted in Glenn Beck, Left Wing with tags , , , , , on December 31, 2009 by saynsumthn

Resource – Discover the Networks Web page- click here

Glenn Beck calls DiscoverTheNetworks a “fantastic”

Beck rails on Left-Wing Violence and Media Bias

Posted in Glenn Beck, Left Wing with tags , , , , , , on December 14, 2009 by saynsumthn

Broadband plan: Net effect – Info Control?

Posted in Czar, free speech, Mark Lloyd, Net Neutrality, Obama with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 28, 2009 by saynsumthn

Obama’s Media Control Strategy

By Cliff Kincaid
Cliff Kincaid is the Editor of Accuracy in Media, and can be contacted at cliff.kincaid@aim.org.

You may not have noticed that the Obama Administration, in addition to trying to seize control of the health care and energy sectors, is implementing a national “broadband plan” to redefine the media and transform America’s system of government. It’s designed, they say, to provide “open government and civic engagement.” But it looks increasingly like an excuse for the federal government to control the Internet and access to information and even tell us what is truth.

Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute recently explained at a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) “National Broadband Plan Workshop” that it is necessary to have “a common space with shared facts.” Armed with $7.2 billion of “stimulus” money, the federal government is going to provide this. It looks like various progressive groups are lining up at the public trough for their share of the loot. They have in mind what the George Soros-funded Free Press calls “an alternative media infrastructure.”

If you think we already have that, with public TV and radio, think again. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which has received $8 billion in federal tax dollars since it was created in 1967, is not considered radical enough by these folks. The Free Press favors an additional $50 billion “Public Media Trust fund” financed by a tax on home electronic devices. It also wants the federally-funded AmeriCorps to finance jobs for journalists.

A new national broadband plan, combined with the just-announced FCC plan for “net neutrality,” or regulating access to the Internet, provides the opportunity for the federal government to define a “new public square” with a “common space with shared facts,” as Ornstein put it at the August 6 FCC event. He explained, “It’s something that was easier when we had three broadcast channels and virtually everybody in the society tuned into them.”

Those were the days, you may remember, when Walter Cronkite claimed “That’s the way it is,” and many people believed him. We know better now. But Ornstein seems to be pining for the “good old days” when Cronkite and other liberals dominated the dissemination of news and information.

These days we have conservative talk radio, Fox News, and alternatives to the “mainstream” media on the Internet. It is obvious that the Obama Administration and its progressive backers don’t appreciate this new state of affairs.

Ornstein contrasted what can be, under federal direction, to what we are witnessing “now on health reform,” when so many dissenting voices are being heard. He added, “It becomes much more difficult when you have a cacophonous system with fragmented areas of communication.” And that “cacophony and fragmentation” is most apparent on the Internet, he said.

In other words, those naughty conservatives are standing in the way of Obama’s health care reform plan.

While the Internet is apparently confusing people with too much information, Ornstein said that the Internet also offers “multiple opportunities” to “develop a public square.” He made these remarks at an event presided over by Obama’s FCC chairman Julius Genachowski. The assumption of the exercise was that the federal government, under the cover of a national broadband plan, should not only regulate the Internet but provide new media for the public.

Assisting Genachowski is Mark Lloyd, Associate General Counsel and chief diversity officer at the agency. Lloyd used to work at the Benton Foundation, which is assisting this effort and previously issued a report recommending that the Obama Administration “s\should adopt policies to ensure that all Americans” have the ability to:

· “Know when you need information to help resolve a problem;

· “Know from whom, when, where, and how to seek that needed information;

· “Know how to differentiate between authentic and unauthentic information;

· “Know how to organize information and interpret it correctly once retrieved; and

· “Know how to use the information to solve the problem or make the decision.”

The idea of the federal government telling people how to “differentiate between authentic and inauthentic information” is frightening. But this is part of Benton’s “Action Plan for America.”

Not surprisingly, the Benton home page features a tribute to the late Walter Cronkite from President Obama. Like Ornstein, it longs for the days when the liberal media dominated the news business.

Once Mark Lloyd left the Benton Foundation for the Center for American Progress, the two organizations collaborated on a letter demanding that the FCC require that broadcasters meet “public interest” obligations, provide access to the media by various groups, and “enhance political discourse.” All of these measures are designed to give left-wing “progressives” more access to the media.

Now Lloyd is in a position to bring this about through federal regulation.

What we really need in this country,” Lloyd says, “is… a competitive alternative to commercial broadcasting” that would be supported by the public and “fully financed.”

It sounds suspiciously like the “new public square” is the “public option” for the media. But so far there seems to be little debate or even discussion over what they have in store for us, and how they have already obtained $7.2 billion for this extreme makeover not only of our media but our system of government.