Friday, 16 December 2011

A model of its kind

What are the qualities of a good TV presenter/moderator? I’d imagine a genuine open minded search for the truth, scrupulously keeping one’s own views to one’s self, selecting participants so as to maximise a balanced and informative programme, not quoting out of context, not throwing soft questions to be easily batted aside by an approved respondent, nor cutting off a non-favoured respondent in mid-stride, not asking leading questions of the ‘have you stopped beating your wife’ variety.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you Paula Zahn, CNN’s star ‘Investigative Reporter’ conducting an MSM-style ‘investigation’ into possible Israeli involvement in 9/11. This programme, ladies and gentlemen, is a model of its kind.

Watch and marvel.


Digby said...

Well it just goes to show why the MSM is appraoching zero credibility these days.

AnalogMan said...

That's a panel? A Jew and two negroes?

Franz said...

CNN just made The Onion's business model obsolete.

Anonymous said...

Nor does the video try to make the distinction between Jews, Zionist or Israelis. Enjoy

She is a blonde so would not know the defference.

Anonymous said...

Mrs Richard Cohen has some overbite.

Anonymous said...

Anybody else find the list of related videos funny?

"Galaxy Nexus from Google"
"Proof that Israel did 9/11"
"Zionist Jew admits Israel planned 9/11"

Anonymous said...

This guy has done some good work with regards to media talking heads:

Anonymous said...

Mrs Richard Cohen??? Aha!

Anonymous said...

Watch the Islamist occcupiers march through Newport in South Wales in March 2011.
Coming soon to a town near you.....

culture of critique said...

It's not just CNN. There isn't a single major newspaper or TV channel in America that isn't controlled by Israel-First Jews.
They all pump out anti-white, anti-Western propaganda every day.
Britain and most of Western Europe isn't much better.

waterboy said...

There's not even a pretence at objectivity.

kulak said...


I stumbled on this music yesterday.

Music bypasses the cerebral cortex and works directly on the limbic system. To me, this is music of resolve.

(Great arrangement. It'd be even better if a male baritone was added tho'.)

Franz said...

Funny thing: Ron Paul and a bunch of presstitudes in the Paula Zahn mold in the same room.

Apparently the whole procedure is called "a debate".

Ron Paul: "Not another war over seas."
Michelle Bachman: "Kill all Iranians. Kill. Kill. Kill."


Franz said...

Totally unrelated, but I am 100% flabbergasted.

Today a guy contacts me via my videoblog and sends me this video of a nationalist rally in East Germany. And its quite something.

I have never seen anything like this, anywhere in Europe or the United States. Hundreds of angry guys with torches who look as though the Ku Klux Klan has mated with Michael Myers. Only thing missing are pitchforks.

Sure enough the MSM here in Germany has managed to totally hush-hush the very existence of this group.

I am contemplating to translate Covington's books into German at peddling them at those torchlight rallies. Must be alot of willing buyers there.

Educated Edsel said...

Educated edsel said;
Pater spoke with me yesterday about this Zahn person, bias, all that; he said we in Ireland could give lessons in this kind of twisted journalism. Anyone remember Gerry Adams on the Late Late that time? A smirking Gaybo stepping conspicuously away from his guest so his selected panel could "spear the provo"---only to have it all blow up in their faces when Adams totally outclassed them. (In Britain they used to do this too; they would bring Oswald Mosley on to be given a kicking by the likes of David Frost, but they had to stop since Mosley routinely trashed his smug but inept interlocutors). You do not have to like an Adams, but he is entitled to the same fair hearing as anyone else. America is only going where RTE have ventured long ago.

kulak said...


Fuck me. Jews hate Hee Haw? No points for the all-jug band?

People are always looking for signs of God’s beneficence, and a victory by the Orange Crush over the blue-clad Patriots, from the bluest of blue states, will give fodder to a Christian revivalism that has already turned the Republican presidential race into a pander-thon to social conservatives, rekindling memories of those cultural icons of the ‘80s, the Moral Majority and “Hee Haw.” -- some kike who calls himself a rabbi

Now them's fightin' words!

Anonymous said...

Good news on the MSM front.

The Guardian News & Media is to shrink the Guardian, axe its Film & Music supplement, and reduce its sport supplement to a two-days-a-week publication as it battles to stem pre-tax losses of more than £40m a year.


Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Mrs Richard Cohen has some overbite.

... and a hell of a lot of overbear coupled with lots of underwhelm.


Essex boy said...

Franz - a bit more of this kind of thing and we won't have Congolese savages attacking carol singers in London. This is the only language they understand.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

This guy has done some good work with regards to media talking heads:

It's not often, at my advanced age -- and in my condition of extreme cynicism, that I see something that makes my jaw hit the floor.

Well, after watching this, my jaw hit the floor.

I do not think I am given to exaggeration, so, if you watch NOTHING else on jewtube this year, watch this series.

Then ... and this is a message to America ... take your television set to the pawnbrokers and accept anything -- and I mean anything -- they offer you. Spend the profit on ammunition and canned food.

I have a neat little app (totally free) called YouTube Downloader which downloads, records and saves Youtube videos.

This series goes into my collection. It takes a while to get to the point, but it will enthrall you.
It sure flabbered my ghast.

My Christmas gift to you and huge thanks to Annonny (above) who posted it ... this is gold.


Olda said...

UN - maybe I miss something but how does this prove? The video shows how you can change people's face but not that they were changed. In fact.

Anonymous said...

Dallasgoldbug will be interviewed on TNS radio tonight at nine:

Anonymous said...

Olda said...

UN - maybe I miss something but how does this prove? The video shows how you can change people's face but not that they were changed. In fact.

Olda, I have to assume that you did not watch the first video all the way through.

I, also, spent the first 10-15 minutes thinking "what the hell is this all about? What point is this man trying to make?"

Then the point began to come clear, and I literally could not believe what I was seeing.

We all know that the media manipulate us with biased versions of the news.

Even I did not dream that they manufacture the news ... as in professional models and actors pretending to be eyewitnesses, victims, etc.

Purest Orwell .. seriously.

.what the hell is this all about? What point is this man trying to make?

Anonymous said...

Not on CNN

Bemused stare said...

I actually felt nauseous watching that.

Jeremy said...

UN - I watched the video as well and I think I understand what Olda is getting at. Maybe he/she didn't put it too well.

Maybe I'm wrong here because I was looking at some other stuff on and off at the same time. But he showed what HE CLAIMS was actors having their appearances changed but, unless I missed this, he didn't offer any proof. He said in effect 'this is how their appearances could have been changed and then portrayed as real people'.

SAVANT said...

I've taken the time out to watch all the videos. I can see where the confusion arises. I think the film has a structural flaw in that it gives the impression that the narrator is making a personal judgement that supposedly different people are the same.

This is a crucial point and I was of that impression until quite late in the day. And had it been just a personal judgement then it was of little or no value. However, they do show in due course that the evidence is much stronger than that.

However, let me say that it's a major structural flaw with the video - an incredibly powerful one as UN says. Pity, as it dilutews its impact and will make a lot of people drop out after 10 minutes or so...

Anonymous said...

Right. Where to begin?

There is an old politician's saying:-

First I am going to tell you what I am going to tell you.
Then I am going to tell you.
Then I am going to tell you what I just told you.

This is because politicians see -- and aim at -- only the lowest common denominator and therefore hold everyone in complete contempt -- which is why they react so badly when someone calls bullshit on them.

I am not a politician.

All I request is that you go back to jewtube and watch all the videos in the series.

I managed to find five. They are conveniently numbered ...

Part 1.
Part 2a.
Part 2b.
Part 2c.

and one that is labeled part 3a but has a different real title ... Jones and the COINTEL agent exposed.

Watch them with an open but critical mind ... and a few alarm bells will make themselves heard.

I do not agree with every assumption by Dallasgoldbug, but that is because he has not yet come to a conclusion.

The series is new. New. New. It is not complete yet. But what there is, is ... weird.

And I am talking of Blue pill and Red pill weird.


Anonymous said...

Coincidence -- or synchronicity, if you prefer is an amazing thing.

I bites you when you least expect it. Check this out:

It's not long. A few quotes:-

The number of television sets in U.S. households in 2001: 248 million
The percentage of households with at least one TV in 2001: 98.2%
The average number of TVs per home in 2001: 2.4
The projected number of hours that adults (age 18 and older) will watch television in 2004: 1,669 (This is the equivalent of about 70 days.)
The percentage of people age 18 and over who said they watched television in the spring of 2002: 94.3%
Older Americans (age 65 and over) were more likely to be glued to the tube (97 percent) than any other age group.
The projected spending per person for cable and satellite TV in 2004: $255.18
The estimated average monthly rate for cable TV in 2002: $34.71

Take it to the pawn shop. Give it to charity. Take it to the range and use it as a target.

Stop watching it and read the books.


PS: I know that the article is a little old ... Do you think matters have improved since then?


Anonymous said...

I've just started reading the Covington books. The guys a legend. Part manual part fiction. Thanks UN

Anonymous said...

Still on the subject of TV.

Wandered upstairs to have a smoke on the deck ... yup, I am a filthy polluter.

The TV was on and the advertising channel was chundering away about a wet-or-dry vacuum cleaner.

I boiled the kettle, made a coffee, wandered outside, had a smoke, watched the dozens of Christmas lights winking away then came back in, washed my mug and realised that the shopping channel was still blathering on about the same goddam vacuum.

The point?

This shitty propaganda was on before I came up, continued over fifteen minutes (I looked at the clock coming and going) and was bleating the third or fourth variation of the same message as I came back down.

We are being trained like circus animals ... by bloody TV.


kulak said...

Analog man says:

That's a panel? A Jew and two negroes?

Multiply by three and you'd have a Supreme Court.

kulak said...

The percentage of households with at least one TV in 2001: 98.2%

Nielsen reports that for the first time since they've kept track, the number of households with a TV has dropped.

kulak said...

I'm skeptical of the vids UN, for two reasons. First, the reuse of actors isn't necessary to the hypothesis. Second there are only on the order of 100 principal facial phenotypes anyway. Anecdotally, more than once I've met a person who was not just a near double in the face to another person I've known, but also in manner and affect.

rambaloosa said...

Now hands up, I have not watched all the video's. But I agree with some of the posters. The presenter just SAYS that these are actors. He SAYS there faces have been changed with lighting etc. (very good on that). But I don't see PROOF that they are??? Most of them look completely different IMHO.

Anonymous said...

Off topic but just in case anyone wants to lend their support,as of two hours ago Dublins congolese "community" are holding a protest meeting up in the Phoenix Park.

One hopes that no carol singers happen to wander by.


Bemused stare said...

Television is about television. It’s only real goal is to keep you watching.

Failed miserably here. Haven't had one since '97.

Anonymous said...

The Congolese in the Phoenix Park??? All those trees they'll revert to nature!

Anonymous said...

Rebecca struggles at being brain dead.

Rebecca Armstrong was headhunted by CNN to give them interviewing graviats (<- Neologism of the day for lack of weight, seriousness, dignity, or importance while pretending to have it) and stumbles all over the place.

When Paula switches of her brain Bam! it is off and no question abouyt that!

Bay Area Guy said...

The MSM does occasionally pleasantly surprise me.

This is probably the first time the Israel lobby has really been nailed by a mainstream American journalist in a mainstream newspaper.

Perhaps this is a sign of things to come.

hoosier said...

In fairness Becky Anderson didn't cut this guy off - it was some controller back room. Don't critisize the Fed!

Anonymous said...


I think the whole point is that with the "correct" guests there is no need for the production team to be speaking into the earpiece.

I would still put the loss of feed down CNN incompetence rather than to maliciousness.

CNN back room staff fail to act

Afghanistan and its Mediterranean sea neighbours

It is amateur night with Robin Meade

Anonymous said...

Left leaning Salon magazine admits the Israel lobby was responsible for getting America into all of these disastrous wars in the Middle East over the last 10 years, and warns they are now on the verge of dragging us into one with Iran which will likely be a catastrophe for the American people.


The boys who cry “Holocaust”
The same neocon hawks who lied us into Iraq are using the ultimate argument-stopper to push war with Iran


...the only reason the U.S. is even talking about war with Iran is Israel...It is impossible to find a single politician or journalist advocating war with Iran who is not a neocon or an AIPAC cutout. (They’re often both.)...The Iraq war they championed turned out to be one of the biggest foreign-policy disasters in U.S. history.

Yet these incompetent militarists are still taken seriously. And the reason is simple: They purport to be supporters of Israel. In American politics, you can get away with even the most cracked war-mongering as long as you claim to be “pro-Israel.” And the ultimate get-out-of-jail-free card for anything having to do with Israel is the Holocaust. is quite likely that the most powerful nation in the world will simply stand impotently by while a tiny client state threatens to do something that it knows is not just antithetical to its interests, but possibly ruinous to them. The tail could be about to wag the dog right off a cliff.

If war does break out, the consequences for America would be catastrophic. Oil prices would soar, plunging the U.S. and the world into a massive depression. Iran would use its proxies to attack U.S. troops. And the entire region would erupt, with unforeseeable consequences. It is not too much of a stretch to say that war with Iran might spell the beginning of the end of America as a superpower.


justme said...

One thing that surprises me about Faux "News" is that they occasionally let Judge Napolitano off the leash and he asks all sorts of awkward questions with all sorts of awkward people, such as William Schauer, who really came down on Iraeli control of our political system. Any idea why that should be?

Anonymous said...

Hardly watch tv at all, saw two minutes of something called Merlin on bbc this evening. Had to change the channel.

SAVANT said...

@anon 22.48 says If war does break out, the consequences for America would be catastrophic. Oil prices would soar, plunging the U.S. and the world into a massive depression. Iran would use its proxies to attack U.S. troops. And the entire region would erupt, with unforeseeable consequences. It is not too much of a stretch to say that war with Iran might spell the beginning of the end of America as a superpower.

I full agree. And as I said in this post it may well be the trigger that gets the great American sheeple to rise from their slumber. This would be a war too far.

nemesis said...

Great comment on the Salon article.


1. If Gary Kamiya (the author) ever runs for political office he will lose.
2. Gary Kamiya will soon be fired from
3. If continues to publish articles such as this, they will be added to "Terrorist Watch Lists."

Anonymous said...

Anyone thought of running a "tv for gun" trading service––where you can trade in your television set, or your cable box, or both, for a firearm? Of course, some people would just go out and get a new tv and cable box but it might be a good start.

Anonymous said...

This is from Mangan's.

Interesting. Tell me if anyone can honestly disagree.

The late Samuel Francis coined and defined the word "anarcho-tyranny":
What we have in this country today, then, is both anarchy (the failure of the state to enforce the laws) and, at the same time, tyranny—the enforcement of laws by the state for oppressive purposes; the criminalization of the law-abiding and innocent through exorbitant taxation, bureaucratic regulation, the invasion of privacy, and the engineering of social institutions, such as the family and local schools; the imposition of thought control through "sensitivity training" and multiculturalist curricula, "hate crime" laws, gun-control laws that punish or disarm otherwise law-abiding citizens but have no impact on violent criminals who get guns illegally, and a vast labyrinth of other measures. In a word, anarcho-tyranny. [...]

The laws that are enforced are either those that extend or entrench the power of the state and its allies and internal elites ... or else they are the laws that directly punish those recalcitrant and "pathological" elements in society who insist on behaving according to traditional norms—people who do not like to pay taxes, wear seat belts, or deliver their children to the mind-bending therapists who run the public schools; or the people who own and keep firearms, display or even wear the Confederate flag, put up Christmas trees, spank their children, and quote the Constitution or the Bible—not to mention dissident political figures who actually run for office and try to do something about mass immigration by Third World populations.

Mangan writes about the US. Considering the recent Emma West fiasco coupled with the head-kicking niggers from Somalia, the UK is tarred with the same brush.

Handy phrase to use in everyday conversation ... Anarcho-Tyranny.

Who knows? it could start a few people asking the wrong questions.

Uncle Nasty

kulak said...

Gary Kamiya's apparent concern is that a strike by Israel on Iran would be bad for Israel.

Gary was a co-founder of Salon and longtime executive editor. He's safe.

He's also an anti-white fucktard who needs a bullet in the head, and a retard, and so I say with absolute confidence about the disastrous consequences of a strike by Israel:

By the rumor. Sell the news.

Corkonian said...

Well kulak, that's Gary Kamiya put to bed then!

Shaunantijihad said...

I'm not at all convinced by the wellaware1 guy. Lord Monkton isn't real? Amy Winehouse is Lady Gaga etc.

There may be some truth in some of his stuff, and some of it seems absurd.

Of course if you wanted to do a "hide in plane sight" gig, then it makes sense to expose a fraud along with absurdities to cast doubt on all of it.

kulak said...


People worth my time don't get published by lewrockwell. People worth my time get purged by lewrockwell.

Anonymous said...

@Kulak 05:38

Whether or not he is anti-white, he is waking more sheeple up to the fact that it was the power of the israel lobby, and not big oil (the politically correct conspiracy theory usually pushed by jewish owned media) that got America into all of these disastrous wars. That's good for whites!

J Bull said...

kulak - there you go again! If someone isn't 100% in agreement with you he's an enemy. No progress will ever be made with that appraoch. As anon 7.23 says, he's doing a lot of good wrok. Be glad of that. We need all the help we can get.

kulak said...

@J Bull

If someone isn't 100% in agreement with you he's an enemy.

There YOU go again mr Bull.

You are willing to go along with white genocide.

And call it "progress."

We can survive foreign wars.

We can survive being taxed for welfare.

We can survive inflation by the fed.

We can survive EVERYTHING to which Paul objects.

ALL of them are things whites can compromise on.

The ONLY thing we can't compromise on is the ONLY thing Paul won't touch.

Your position is retarded and gutless.

kulak said...

@anon 7:23

That's good for whites!

Is it?

The Bolshis here are happy to fight Israel to the last drop of white blood.

I say again: Buy the rumor, sell the news.

And by that I mean:

1) Gary's in the business of selling his words.
2) Literally, in the trading sense.
3) Don't get distracted.

kulak said...

While I'm on the subject...

European Americans United is on the right side and posts some good vids, some not so good, but the name itself is retarded. It's perfectly logical, given its name, that EAU would waste its time on Paul.

Anonymous said...

@kulak 16:29

Typical straw man, obfuscating, hasbara troll posts. You didn't address anything in the article.

Anonymous said...

What I think of the hard workers in the Mainstream media.

Liz Jones went off in an orange miniskirt, alas label unknown, in the snow to an airport and was annoyed to find that her flight was cancelled.

She was cold on her way home and jolly well mifed about it.

Essex boy said...

and when she got home she found her Indian hubby having it away with her friend!