Alouette (aka Vicious Babushka) Called Out On Propaganda

Vicious Babushka Propaganda 2
That “DERP” was proudly posted on LGF. Here’s the basic Twitter convo:

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Fairly specious statistics, especially given the source, so I decided to fact check her obnoxious fat ass. Here’s what I found.

Exactly two U.S. Citizens were killed at US Embassies under President G.W. Bush’s 8-year tenure. One was Diplomat David Foy, targeted and killed by a suicide car-bomber at the Mariott Hotel outside of the US Embassy on 2 March 2006, Karachi, Pakistan. The other was a Yemeni-American woman from New York who was trying to get her new husband entry to the US and was killed with 18 others while waiting in line at the US consulate in Istanbul on 17 September 2008. Both were outside of the embassies.

Here’s the real story: Read the rest of this entry »

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Economic Expert blames the Iraq War for a bad economy

Whether one agrees or disagree with the Iraq War, no blames it for the economic meltdown and sluggish economy that followed. The blame lies with the bursting of the Housing bubble and Obama’s policies since 2009. But noted Economic expert, Charles Johnson blames the war for the bad economy.

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Charles Johnson was  hardcore Bush supporter and supported the Iraq War. No matter how much Charles renounces past political stances, no one takes him serious.


The Ruse and Fail of Little Green Footballs: Part II – The Ascendance

This is Part 2 of a monograph about a blog named Little Green Footballs and its founder Charles Foster Johnson. Click the links below for related posts. They will be updated as the series continues.
Prologue
Part 1 – Overview
Part 2 – The Ascendance of Charles Johnson and LGF
Part 3 – The Bannings
Part 4 – The Flounces
Part 5 – The Turnaround
Part 6 – Current Events & The Future Of LGF

Bonus track: Revisiting Rathergate

PART 2- THE ASCENDANCE OF CHARLES JOHNSON AND LITTLE GREEN FOOTBALLS

Thread Topics, National Recognition and Commenting

It cannot be disputed that Charles Johnson was once noted for exposing radical Islam in stories that were not broadcast or found on what is termed the “mainstream media.” Johnson found interesting and newsworthy stories that went under-reported or ignored by the MSM and opened them up for discussion. He was celebrated for exposing rampant anti-Semitism found on Arabic television, especially in children’s programming. He documented efforts by the United States and others to eradicate terrorism, both politically and militarily, often sporting headlines such as “Got Two in Gaza!” or “Got Four in Lebanon!” referring to the number of enemy combatants killed.

More to the point, Little Green Footballs was interesting to read simply as an observer. His blog members at the time included well-educated, well-read individuals from all walks of life – physicians, attorneys, editors, engineers, meteorologists, teachers and other professionals, with first hand knowledge of the various topics presented for discussion. Review the comments section of any thread prior to 2009 dealing with world and domestic affairs and you will find a treasure trove of links, research, first-hand experience and commentary that rivaled anything offered by the alphabet networks and cable news.

Johnson was propelled to national attention and prominence as a central figure in the scandal known as “Rathergate,” the fraud promoted by Dan Rather and CBS. Rather and CBS proffered forged Texas Air National Guard memoranda[1] less than two months prior to the 2004 Presidential Election, in an effort to discredit President George W. Bush. Read the rest of this entry »


Chuck blames Bush Now!

The Jazz Man was a hardcore supporter of George W. Bush. He warned people not to bash Bush and constantly praised him. In his latest 180, he now blames him as the reason for the conviction of Ahmed Ghailani for only one charge. That’s right, former hardcore Bush supporter now bashes him!

Chuck even bashing Bush will not ingratiate you with progressives. You are a laughing-stock and not considered trust worthy.