British Lead Black Propaganda Charge After Arizona Shootings
January 11, 2011 • 11:15AM

In typical British imperial tongue-in-cheek fashion, Reuters on Monday let it all hang out, in their propaganda smear campaign, implicitly targeting Lyndon LaRouche around the Arizona shootings on Saturday. Under the irrelevant headline "Shooting Could Tame Tough Political Rhetoric," Reuters began with a reference to the now world-famous Obama moustache: "Protesters parade an altered photo of President Barack Obama sporting an Adolph Hitler-like moustache. A candidate for the Senate muses about gun 'remedies' if election results don't go the right way. Members of Congress are spat on and taunted with racial epithets before casting votes for a healthcare reform bill. Welcome to politics American-style. For the past few years, some public officeholders and pundits have warned that the political rhetoric has gotten a little too overheated in a country known for its loose gun laws and history of presidential assassinations."

As the Brits very well know, every assassination of an American President, for the past 200 years, has been carried out on direct orders from London, by assets of British intelligence. This just underscores the London origins of the vicious propaganda drive, to use the killing spree by zombie shooter Jared Loughner, to push for police-state measures beyond even Bush and Cheney's wildest dreams. The syncronized propaganda campaign began just hours after the shooting stopped in Tucson, before the afternoon sunset. It is still unclear whether it was the British Fabian flagship London Guardian, or the Daily Kos, or the New York Times that got off the first black propaganda salvo of the day, targeting devious rightwing forces, like Sarah Palin, for putting a cross-hair on Rep. Giffords and begging the shootings. Whoever jumped the gun first, the liberal media on both sides of the Atlantic all adopted the identical propaganda line, with scarcely a few exceptions. And from the Guardian to the New York Times, all the propagandists had openly embraced Blair and Obama's revival of Hitler's 1939 T-4 euthanasia program.

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