“Horrific”: Former employee reveals CNN is paid by foreign governments to produce content disguised as news (VIDEO)

Published: September 30th, 2012 at 12:03 pm ET
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Former CNN Journalist Amber Lyon Interview
The Alex Jones Show
Sept. 28, 2012

Former CNN Journalist Amber Lyon: I started getting employees at CNN, longtime employees, approaching me saying, “You should investigate this. This is very suspicious. Something’s going on here.”

And we found out that, which was really, I felt defrauded as a journalist, we found out that at the same time I was being detained and risking my life to expose the Bahrain regime, CNN International is taking money from them in exchange for producing content that it airs on CNN International. Content disguised as news.

I mean one of these programs, the reporter, Richard Quest, was reporting live from Bahrain for a week. And u on a program called iList, and that program made Bahrain seem progressive. And the crown prince was a reformer.

And as an employee at CNN, I was never told that this was going on. Also viewers are not being told that CNN is being paid by state regimes some with horrific human rights records to air content disguised as news, which they’re often not even telling the viewers that this content was paid for by government. And, Alex, on a journalistic level, this is horrific.

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68 comments to “Horrific”: Former employee reveals CNN is paid by foreign governments to produce content disguised as news (VIDEO)

  • CBuck CBuck

    It's not only horrifying to a journalist.
    It's horrifying and devastating to the viewers who believe what is broadcast.
    I stopped watching any of the major networks years ago, I am not sure how anyone takes them seriously anymore.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      no one with any intelligence, does take MSM seriously. Our media was consolidated several decades ago to serve the interests of a small group on individuals. To forge that control, this group pandered to our interests as means of gaining their support. Eventually, all of us – throughout the world – have come to suffer the consequences of this centralization; the news blackout on Fukushima, being but one example of collusion.

      I was telling my girlfriend this morning over breakfast (which I made for her!), it is now up to each of us to ferret-out the truth for ourselves. As in any form of intelligence gathering, you have to fit bits-and-pieces of fragmented information together, to form the bigger picture. Then that mosaic must be analyzed for its validity. It is a never-ending process…


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      • CBuck CBuck

        Part of the struggle now is convincing people who don't believe anything unless "it's on the news", of things that are happening in the world.
        It's a tough, uphill battle.
        And when you do bring up instances of the MSM not reporting things, or reporting falsehoods, you are labeled as paranoid or an extremist.
        I'm getting used to it. ;)


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        • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

          It's a basic intelligence test, CBuck. I can judge a person's problem solving abilities by what they're using (referencing) to draw their conclusions. Yesterday at work, we had this big discussion on politics. I noticed that most everyone of my fellow associates were referencing cable news networks for their positions. They're all of average intelligence and capable of rational dialogue. Problem is in getting them to realize they've been misinformed on most everything they think they know. They're cautious in not dismissing my input as I've been more-often than not, been proven right. I'm just amazed that they're still bothering to source anything that's coming from MSM! Pretty much everyone knows how biased MSM is. I've concluded that this lack of initiative on their part is due more to conditioning then laziness. Anyway, do have a wonderful day, wherever you are!


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          • CBuck CBuck

            Aftershock, I agree wholeheartedly on the "conditioned", statement. It is comfy and what they are used to, who doesn't like or want to remain comfy?
            Well it takes some guts to think outside the box, and courage to state your opinions when it is against the "norm".
            People will believe what they will, at least we who have an inkling on what the truth is, are trying to spread the word.
            Does it make us paranoid or extreme? Not one bit.
            You have a wonderful day as well! I'm in the western U.S., glorious fall day here! :)


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            • SCE56

              "Reality has a well know liberal bias"
              Stephen Colbert 2006 WH Correspondents dinner.
              In this day and age I get my news from the Comedy Channel and comedy from the MSM of course I don't do Fox Noise since we all know they are just the Propaganda voice for the GOP. Yes CBuck it is a great day in SO Cal will be even hotter on Monday record temps coming but that Global Climate Change is just a Liberal Fact that TPTB choose to belittle and ignore.


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              • CBuck CBuck

                SCE56, what is TPTB?
                And Fox is in the same boat with all the other networks as far as I'm concerned. No difference at all, it's just pushing an agenda.
                Yes and it's warm here too for this time of year…climate change is going on, I think a lot of people believe it or not, depending on what it is called.
                I personally believe the planet is going through a cycle that is unstoppable, yes we humans have helped to speed it up or make it more severe but if we were/are her or not it would be happening all the same. Bring in the Al Gore BS and I start yawning and rolling my eyes…he takes it a little to far in my opinion.


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    • Auntie Nuke

      Read the book "Trust Me: I'm Lying" about how blogs are gamed to influence MSM, implant lies, create buzz. A real veil lifting from the eyes on that one. Thank goodness we can trust ENENews to at least give us the truth about nuclear.


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  • PavewayIII PavewayIII

    "…It's horrifying and devastating to the viewers who believe what is broadcast…"

    I have to respectfully disagree with you on this one, CBuck. The average CNN viewer would offer a mild "…meh!" if anything. But 'horrifying' or 'devastating'? Sorry – I just can't see it. CNN makes money providing news-er-tainment.

    Lyon has to be the most naive journalist around. CNN (and the rest of MSM) has pretty blatantly ignored Saudi Arabia and the other oil kingdom's contribution to global terror since day one. If poor Amber would have ended up 'investigating' Saudi Arabia instead, she would have ended up in a shallow, unmarked grave in the middle of the desert somewhere.

    And for whatever reason, CNN is always quick to defend the most egregious actions of Israel while portraying them as the eternal victims of neighboring 'terrorists'. CNN might as well be paid by Netanyahu for constantly reminding every listener of the 'threat' posed by Iran and their non-existant nuclear weapons.

    And CNN should be ashamed of their oddly one-sided reporting of the situation in Syria. The 'freedom fighters' are mostly a mix of street thugs, al Queda and foreign mercinaries – all committing crimes against Syrians as brutal as the regime they're fighting to topple. Its a proxy war between the U.S. and Israel on one side, and Iran on the other. You're never going to see the atrocities of CNN's 'Syrian Free Army'

    CNN – bought and paid for by someone else.


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  • Jebus

    Capitalist News Network

    Where "Breaking News" pays off
    You don't call CNN for nothing


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  • dosdos dosdos

    I had a comment deleted on CNN a few months back, when I claimed that CNN mostly relayed the readouts from governments, not performing any real journalistic investigation. It was the only time I had any of my comments pulled there. I guess I was too close to the truth for them to cope with my words.


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  • Pierpont

    Crikey, now we're relying on Alex Jones material????

    Is this the same blathering Alex Jones who has gone bonkers promoting the foul-smelling Joel Gilbert attempt to smear Obama's mother with insipid lies about her posing for porno shots?

    Oh, that's just great. Next we'll be calling on Karl Rove to explain how the Democrats' policies and the Corps of Engineers are really responsible for the Texas Brine mess.


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    • vivvi

      How do you know what he is saying isn't true? Did you see it on CNN maybe? Barry Soetero is NOT who he claims to be, but you will never hear that on the whore media. His documentation is clearly false, but you will not see that on the whore media either. Your comment is a classic example of what this journalist is complaining about, people are being fed bullshit by media whores to manufacture public opinions that suit the folks with the money to pay for this propaganda. Did you really think Barry's mom was some kind of apple-pie-baking angel who got a bad rap from nasty racist ppl? Before you start, I can't stand that rMoney creep either, and he is using his loot to pay for propaganda just as much as ole Barry. The point is one we who are awake realise, that we are never gonna get the truth from mainstream media who are paid to lie to us.


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      • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

        not speaking for Pierpont, viwi, but in response. His objections are (IMO) valid. It's already understood by many that AJ is part of the controlled opposition. Or did you think those in control would not have put such in the mix? And as any poly-sci-analyst will tell you, when it comes to propagating lies and deception, you must couch it within the truth. As long as you're aware of this, then you're safe stepping through AJ's yard…


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        • vivvi

          I did not say that everything Alex Jones says is true. What I am saying is that you cannot just dismiss everything he says as not true. There is certainly enough information about to form the opinion that what we are told about Barry Soetero is bullshit. To dismiss Alex Jones altogether is just as silly as believing everything he says without question. However, Peirpoint's bias towards Obama is woefully evident from his remarks, and he is an example of what this journalist is complaining about, the manufacture of propaganda fed to the masses to bring about a desired opinion.


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          • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

            then I'm sorry to have misunderstood you vivvi. I agree, there's a lot that AJ puts out that's worth consideration. Then there are those things that he just won't touch. It's for those reasons that many are suspicious of who he's really serving. I also can't speak to Pierpont's bias. As was demonstrated by me, we're all subject to misinterpretation. Now I must take my leave (friends just showed up) and ask that you have a wonderful day and even-better evening!


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          • Pierpont

            @ vivvi: Peirpoint's bias towards Obama is woefully evident from his remarks,

            Like, WTF are you talking about? I didn't mention Obama or Barry Soetero. I was flaming that Alex Jones nematode and that stink-hole Joel Gilbert who have taken the lowest road I can think of by accusing a dead woman of posing for porn pics knowing she can't defend herself. These people are colon-scum and if you are going to defend their tactics you are too.

            I have spent hours analyzing Gilbert's photos and story and I'm will to go nose-to-nose with anyone who claims this is not a foul fraud, likely financed by the likes of Rove and Armey and Kochs. Gilbert will not reveal who is picking up the tab for his mailing 1+ million of these defamatory DVDs.

            If this is your idea of valid journalism, man, have you got a problem. It has nothing to do w/ Obama. It is about lying pricks in the blogosphere and the brain-ded idiots who promote them.


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            • vivvi

              If you have such a problem with his show, why do you listen to it? You spent hours analysing photos? Why? It could not be more of a foul fraud than obummer himself. You seem to strain at a gnat and swallow a camel. Such devotion to a dead woman's honour seems odd for somebody with no particular emotional stake in the issue. I think there is some truth in the speculation that obummer's father is not the person named on the birth certificate, cos he looks nothing at all like him.
              As for you, who do you think you are to call people such names? What you said tells more about you than it could ever say about me. I shall be restrained and say no more about it, but now, I know what you are.


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      agreed Pierpont. I love a good conspiracy, but not when it's coming from the controlled opposition…


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  • Loveistheonlyrationalact Loveistheonlyrationalact

    MSM are corporations…..Corporations are people……"People" are political super-pac contributors…..I'm still looking for that small, inconsequential sub-group…..the human being!
    All reporting by corporate entities is slanted by political/profit influence or "legal" definition. There is very little, if any, encompassing truth released by corporations ie: MSM, Tepco, or the legally incorporated governments of the world… And we know that the legal system has nothing to do with the truth, or right and wrong.
    We can't change the past, but a great first step is to not allow any entity the right of self-investigation and self-regulation. This covers any legal, political, corporate or personal entity.
    Love To All


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  • CB CB

    @Loveistheonlyrationalact me two!


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  • arclight arclight

    interesting…

    BREAKING VIDEO- Police in Anaheim Take My “I’ve never been shot at while reporting on U.S. soil’ Virginity:

    July 25, 2012

    Police using less-lethal rounds fired on me while I was photographing an anti-police brutality protest in Anaheim, CA for my book (watch video to right). Right before the incident, I was standing on a well-lit, main drag, with my camera clearly in hand and with another journalist, Tim Pool. After instinctually yelling “shit”, I ducked for cover between two U-Haul trucks, where I remained for several minutes as projectiles whizzed by me on both sides. Although the rounds are called ‘less lethal’, riot control weapons have proven to be fatal resulting in multiple deaths overseas. Fearing an ankle strike, I emerged from my hiding space with my hands in the air yelling “press”. The firing ceased. One officer told me he was glad I was ok, “I was worried about you”, he said.
    [...]
    Its incidents like this that are causing press freedom in the U.S., according to Reporters Without Borders, to drop 27 ranks in the past year, leaving the U.S. now trailing behind El Salvador.
    [..]

    http://amberlyonlive.com/AmberLyonLive/HOME_PAGE.html


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  • arclight arclight

    have cnn reported this?
    REVIVAL OF NUCLEAR ARMS RACE:US CONDUCTS NEW UNDERGROUND NUCLEAR TESTS

    http://nuclear-news.net/2012/10/01/usa-conducts-new-underground-nuclear-tests/

    or this?

    Officials mull seismic tests near US nuclear plant -may harm local ecology

    “People need to understand, we’re living in the world post-Fukushima, so we need to go back and review everything we think we know about the seismic threat situation around important structures like this power plant,”

    http://nuclear-news.net/2012/10/01/officials-mull-seismic-tests-near-us-nuclear-plant-may-harm-local-ecology/

    Green Party calls for a national Climate Action Plan USA!!

    "The Green Party would also shut down all coal, fossil fuels and nuclear plants by 2025, and opposes the construction of any new such plants (including garbage incineration.). Rather than exploring for new fossil fuels, it believes the 80% of the present supplies must not be converted to greenhouse gases."

    http://nuclear-news.net/2012/10/01/green-party-calls-for-a-national-climate-action-plan-usa/

    …well they should be reporting this stuff.. i mean its just lying around for any old duffer to pick up! ;)


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  • arclight arclight

    Wednesday, September 26, 2012

    Bahrain activist's daughter sentenced to two months in jail for tearing up picture of king
    Sung Un Kim

    [JURIST] Zainab al-Khawaja, the daughter of Bahraini human rights activist Abdulhadi al-Khawaja [BBC profile; JURIST news archive], was sentenced Wednesday to two months in prison for tearing up a picture of the country's king, according to her lawyer. Mohammed al-Jishi condemned [AP report] the sentence as being too harsh, stating that penalties for such offenses are usually mere fines. Zainab still faces eight additional charges arising out of her anti-government protest in Al Qadam. She was detained [JURIST report] in August by Bahraini police and was subsequently charged with destruction of government property. She had been also sentenced to a month [JURIST report] in jail for attempting to organize anti-government protest in addition to her $530 fine for a separate charge of insulting a government employee. The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) [advocacy website] alleged that Zainab was subject to verbal assault, threats and rough handling.

    http://jurist.org/paperchase/2012/09/bahrain-activists-daughter-sentenced-to-two-months-in-jail-for-tearing-up-picture-of-king.php


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  • arclight arclight

    Bahrain protest youth killed by police as nation wins UN rights seat

    September 30, 2012

    [...]
    Bahrain's Said Mohammed Al-Faihani has been appointed the Asian Group's representative to an advisory body to the UN Human Rights Council
    [...]
    Al-Faihani's nomination as one that "represents the international community's confidence in Bahrain's progress in the human rights' field," according to CNN
    [...]
    Al-Faihani, a member of the country's social development ministry, has denied reports of torture and other abuse believed used by the regime against protesters. He told Human Rights First “everyone who’s been arrested has been shown an arrest warrant and proper documentation
    [...]
    The group openly opposed Al-Faihani's candidacy, writing that his "expertise is in presenting the Bahraini government in the ‘most positive light possible.'"

    The strategic Gulf nation serves as the headquarters for the US Navy's Fifth Fleet.

    http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/middle-east/120930/bahrain-protest-youth-reportedly-killed-police-nation-wins-

    food for thought
    cnn
    human rights ptretenders
    un
    us fifth fleet

    ummmmmmmmm?


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    • arclight arclight

      food for thought
      cnn
      human rights ptretenders
      un
      us fifth fleet

      i think the PR companies are making a literal killing here…
      imo


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    • PavewayIII PavewayIII

      The U.S. watches the most brutally repressive regimes without batting an eye – Myanmar, Sudan, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia – as long as they serve some purpose to TPTB.

      They'll all be eclipsed by the Taliban after the U.S. is done doing Israeli's work in Syria. The current regime is bad, the Taliban will be worse, thanks to the U.S. and the al Queda we're arming for CNN's 'Syrian Free Army'.

      I would bet my last dime that the average person in Damascus would just as soon not have had the U.S. stick it's nose in there and start arming 'rebel' butchers. All that did was stir up the Syrian military butchers. You're dead no matter which side you run to. On top of all that, the Taliban or some other religious nuts will kill any power vacuum leftovers and take Syria in the end.

      Syria would have come to an Arab Spring on their own terms someday and had a chance at a democracy. That wasn't fast enough for the U.S. or Israel which demanded a 'genocide speed' revolution for their own purposes. It will take decades to rebuild whatever shambles Syria becomes thanks to our hands. Shame…


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      • arclight arclight

        best said here

        The U.S. and Its Allies Will Do Anything to Prevent Democracy in the Arab World

        Uploaded by MrWonkish on May 11, 2011
        Noam Chomsky: "The U.S. and Its Allies Will Do Anything to Prevent Democracy in the Arab World"

        Speaking at the 25th anniversary celebration of the national media watch group Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, world-renowned political dissident and linguist Noam Chomsky analyzes the U.S. response to the popular uprisings sweeping the Middle East and North Africa. "Across the [Middle East], an overwhelming majority of the population regards the United States as the main threat to their interests," Chomsky says. "The reason is very simple… Plainly, the U.S. and its allies are not going to want governments which are responsive to the will of t he people. If that happens, not only will the U.S. not control the region, but it will be thrown out.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD0lf-TugxY

        "more secure if iran has nuclear weapons.." :)


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  • arclight arclight

    Iranian jury finds Reuters chief guilty of 'propaganda' and 'spreading lies'

    Published: 30 September, 2012,

    A Reuters journalist has been convicted of “propaganda related offenses” by an Iranian media court. A jury found Tehran bureau chief Parisa Hafezi guilty of “spreading lies” in a video story about women training in martial arts.
    The report contained a headline saying that Iranian women were studying to become ninja “assassins.” The story claimed the country was training more than 3,000 female ninjas to kill possible foreign invaders

    http://rt.com/news/iran-reuters-journalist-defamation-356/


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  • arclight arclight

    Bahraini court confirms jail terms for medics who aided protesters

    01 October, 2012

    Bahrain's top court confirmed the jail sentences of nine doctors for their role in last year’s pro-democracy protests, state news agency BNA reported. The medics will be imprisoned for up to five years.
    On Monday, Attorney General Abdul-Rahman al-Sayed said the country’s Court of Cassation rejected all of the defendants’ appeals and upheld the verdicts, BNA said.
    The nine medics were among the twenty individuals tried by a Bahraini military tribunal in September 2011. The tribunal charged the doctors with felonies for their role in the February protests, which included treating antigovernment activists wounded by security forces and reporting those injuries to foreign media. Some of the medics also participated in the protests.
    The Bahraini government accused them of crimes including occupying a hospital and inciting hatred towards the country’s ruling royal family.

    http://rt.com/news/bahrain-dortors-appeal-denied-382/


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  • arclight arclight

    must read!

    rainbowwarrior

    Dr. Jawad Al-Ali (55), director of the Oncology Center at the largest hospital in Basra, Iraq stated, at a recent ( 2003) conference in Japan:

    “Two strange phenomena have come about in Basra which I have never seen before. The first is double and triple cancers in one patient. For example, leukemia and cancer of the stomach. We had one patient with 2 cancers – one in his stomach and kidney. Months later, primary cancer was developing in his other kidney–he had three different cancer types. The second is the clustering of cancer in families. We have 58 families here with more than one person affected by cancer. Dr Yasin, a general Surgeon here has two uncles, a sister and cousin affected with cancer. Dr Mazen, another specialist, has six family members suffering from cancer. My wife has nine members of her family with cancer”.

    http://rainbowwarrior2005.wordpress.com/tag/azerbaijan/


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  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    Areas were DU has been used can look forward to much more of this, plus other nice leftovers from the new version of wars with high tech nuclear weapons, birth defects, cancers, 2,000 genetic diseases and all of the other neat presents that come along with opening the nuclear Pandora's Box.

    Many US soldiers were exposed to DU, and it will become the new horror for soldiers returning home and trying to raise a family, just as Agent Orange was for returning vets from Vietnam.

    The military industrial complex loves to destroy the planet while it is winning hearts and minds with things like DU, Agent Orange and exporting nuke plants, weapons, etc.


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  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    As Noam Chomsky said; the US has collapsed economically, but it is still keeping it's world position through the FORCE of arms, and/or FORCED military occupation, top down dictatorships.

    The US military industrial complex addiction is being fed through HUGE intravenous direct to the vein applications of $$$$ debt. Debt is rapidly increasing to a point where the US economy may very well totally collapse.

    Then we may see true 99% led freedom and democracy movements flourish, and not be repressed by US financed military dictatorships.

    Underneath all of this seeming chaos, the unified field of Oneness consciousness is growing and flourishing, for those plugged into it. At some point, it may very well spring forth and be experienced even by those who have paid no attention to it up to now.


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    • DisasterInterpretationDissorder DisasterInterpretationDissorder

      quote AGreenRoad "Underneath all of this seeming chaos, the unified field of Oneness consciousness is growing and flourishing, for those plugged into it. At some point, it may very well spring forth and be experienced even by those who have paid no attention to it up to now."

      This !


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    • Maggie123

      AGreenRoad: Re: "Underneath all of this seeming chaos, the unified field of Oneness consciousness is growing and flourishing, for those plugged into it. At some point, it may very well spring forth and be experienced even by those who have paid no attention to it up to now." Yes, it is possible, sometimes, to 'feel' the promise. Beautifully said – thank you!

      Re: "Then we may see true 99% led freedom and democracy movements flourish, and not be repressed by US financed military dictatorships.". To my observation and study, such a development can only be temporary unless/until we more widely (by the hundreds of thousands, even millions) understand and accept the compassionate and also the fearful aspects of our nature.

      We must find our way out of need for worship of hierarchy, power, and accumulation for their own sakes. These behaviors are rooted in our nature, and can be shifted if we choose to understand and de-emphasize the urges – replacing them with equally valid urges toward self/other cooperation and blossoming. We must understand what it is within us that leads us toward "power over" structure. We must nourish, nurture, welcome, and cherish the offerings of every child born, and of all already born. And even then, we'll need to practice gentle but firm honesty at every step we take.

      Aggression is deeply incorporated in our psyches by thousands of years practice! Habits that deep take years of mindfulness to change! :)


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  • allmymarbles

    It is a misconception that we have a free press. We follow the government's line, or that of big business – often the same thing. I lived and worked overseas for 25 years, mostly in third world countries. I have never seen honest political reporting of any of the places I knew so well. By the way, I was not a dilettante ex-pat. I learned the languages of those countries and earned my living there. My children attended local schools.


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  • arclight arclight

    right! now where was i?

    oh yeah CNN bashing

    ive done more in five minutes and i have dyslexia than all them high fallutin journos.. lol!

    Azerbaijan Youth Activist Zaur Qurbanli -Detained in secret for a week! trumped up charges? Million Dollar Bribe! wow!

    “Having received $500,000 from Abdullayev, Ahmadova was demanding half a million more in order to finish the business”

    “I am not giving anything to master Ramiz. Master Ramiz is not someone who takes money, nobody has ever gave him one single manat as a bribe. I am demanding the money – me – Gular Ahmadova – if you give it, I will fix it for you, if you don’t , it is up to you. I am not a racketeer, I am not kidnapping people…”

    http://nuclear-news.net/2012/10/01/azerbaijan-youth-activist-detained-in-secret-for-a-week-trumped-up-charges-million-dollar-bribe-wow/

    a sordid tale that kind of fits together and its Breaking.. suck on that reuters!! ;)
    lol

    stop hastling activists!
    saikato hantai!!
    :)


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  • Well if foreign governments pay for content disguised as news I'm sure domestic governments do too…..

    There are some nice Americans here at enenews. With all due respect your government sucks. So does my Canadian government which spends too much time pandering to yours.

    I used to think it would be nice if USA had a three party system like here in Canada. But realistically you don't even have a two party system, just one party with two branches. Whether Romney or Obama get into power, US troops will remain in the middle east, nuclear power will remain the cash cow boondoggle rip off financed by joe public, US jobs will continue to be shipped overseas and poor old Auntie Lucy will continue to have her bum searched when she tries to visit her nieces for Christmas. Its a toss up which branch of the USA political party, Republican or Democrat will sink the country faster. It is sad to witness the demise of the once great US of A.


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