About Us tem vaca na moita tem vaca na moita Of All Categories Academics, Arts, Autos, World & Business, World News, Business & Finances, Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Politics, Career & Jobs, Computers, Education & Training, Entertainment, Celebrities, Movies, Music Television, Food & Drink, Games, Gaming News, Nintendo Wii,PC Games, PlayStation Xbox 360, Health & Fitness, Home & Garden, Humor, Law & Legal, Lifestyle, Fashion, Marketing, SEO, Mobile, Personal, Parenting, Relationships, Pets, Photos, Real Estate, Recreation & Sport, Religion, Science, Shopping, Sports, Baseball, Basketball, Extreme, Football, Golf, Hockey, Motorsport, Soccer, Tennis, Technology, Tech News, Apple, Blogging, Design, Gadgets, Hardware, Internet, Linux/Unix, Microsoft, Programming, Security, Software, Web 2.0, Wireless, Web Hosting, Travel, Video Blogs, Writing, Wallpaper.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Media Struggle To Keep Their 'Narrative' Alive [Dan from NY]

Dan from NY:

Here’s a rather factual news story from the UK's Telegraph reporting the rise of the Islamist bloc in the wake of Egyptian elections. It's headlined Egypt elections: Islamists seize two-thirds of votes.

But let's review the last paragraph and the Muslim Brotherhood line spoon-fed and eagerly swallowed by the Telegraph’s reporter. See if you can stop yourself from laughing.


Seeking to allay the fears of Egyptian liberals, Essam el-Erian, the deputy leader of the Freedom and Justice party, said: “We represent a moderate and fair party. We want to apply the basics of Sharia law in a fair way that respects human rights and personal rights.”

The ludicrous Bill Kristol hardest hit.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Search This Blog

Blog Archive