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Taylor Report
"Hollywood stars seem to be the cultural equivalent of Blackwater"
Thomas C. Mountain, Ray, Chris Black
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Oct. 10, 2011, 10:18 p.m.
"We want to believe that the mainstream media gets it right, but they play a propaganda role often." The same unchecked reporting that happened in Libya is now occurring in Syria. A lurid story about the Syrian government beheading an opposition activist was paraded by newspapers and major human rights organizations, until the activist resurfaced - alive. Phil warns about the Iraq wool being pulled over our eyes.

We hear similar complaints from Eritrean commentator Thomas Mountain, who takes issue with the manner in which Hollywood movie stars are busy "helping" refugees in Africa. Angelina Jolie, a goodwill ambassador who called for the bombing of Sudan, this time held a press conference to bring attention to the plight of 750,000 refugees in Somalia.

She didn't mention that her UN colleagues had cut food rations to 30% of minimum daily survival needs, and they also enable military conflict in that beleaguered country. In fact, the refugees in question had fled war, not starvation. Now, Angelina Jolie is focusing on Syrian refugees in Turkey, at a time when Turkey is threatening to attack Syria. When the Hollywood celebrities start surrounding your country, watch out!

Next up is "Ray" from Occupy Wall Street, who has "been in it since the beginning." Ray is an environmentalist who organizes against energy companies.

Lawyer Chris Black rounds out the program, with a follow-up to last week's unprecedented interview with Dr. Theogene Rutasingwa, whose recent confession builds upon previous accounts. The shooting down of the airliner carrying two African presidents, and immediate invasion of Rwanda by the RPF, so shook the Rwandan army that it proposed an unconditional surrender. The RPF rejected that offer, and swept into power at the expense of prolonging a bloody conflict. Black's client, acquitted of charges, faced persecution from the new Rwandan government despite his considerable work in sheltering civilians. "It's just a game. And he spent 11 years in prison."

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01:00:33 1 Oct. 10, 2011
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