The Muslim world has money, lots of it, made possible by the technology and development of oil by the West. This is not new. In the largest transfer of wealth in human history, the West has underwritten the resurrection of the jihad. The Saudis fund 80% of the mosques built in America. They buy the publishing companies that produce our textbooks K- 12. They buy our universities with enormous grants and endowments.
And they buy our media. The deadliest cut of all.
And what they aren't buying they are selling: CAIR/ISNA Spokeswoman: The "media in the US is very gullible...If you have something to say, especially as a Muslim, they'll come running to you. Take advantage of that!"
We see this daily. The stories covered daily here at Atlas and Jihadwatch, The Religion of Peace.com are not covered in the big media. The American people are being disarmed in the war against freedom and individual rights.
CNN is Being Paid By Arabs to Keep Stories Off The Air TMI, October 21, 2013 (thanks to Claud)
Three-time Emmy winning journalist and former CNN reporter Amber Lyon is blowing the whistle on CNN. She says the network is paid by the Obama administration and foreign governments to avoid damaging stories and construct attractive narratives.
Lyon called CNN, “fake news.”
Lyon explained she was part of a four-person team send to Bahrain to cover the Arab Spring. The colorful footage illustrated the imminent danger both the team and native activists faced at the hands of radical Muslims.
But CNN never broadcasted the documentary because the U.S. supported the Bahrain regime. The Bahrain government also paid CNN not to broadcast it.
Lyon said, “I saw first-hand that these regime claims were lies, and I couldn’t believe CNN was making me put what I knew to be government lies into my reporting.”
The journalist discovered her reports weren’t the only ones being kept off the air by the U.S. and foreign governments. Lyon challenged the left-wing network when she realized she’d found out such sensitive information.
Now, Lyon is attempting to get her story to the public.