American radio icon Don Imus disgraced, fired after threat to reveal 9/11 secrets - Pravda.Ru
In a clear sign of its intent to reign in dissident American media personalities, and their growing influence in American culture, US War Leaders this past week launched an unprecedented attack upon one of their most politically 'connected', and legendary, radio hosts named Don Imus after his threats to release information relating to the September 11, 2001 attacks upon that country."War Leaders?" Is Pravda referring to Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson??
According to European reports of the events surrounding Don Imus that have gripped the United States this past week,Yes, I know *I* have personally been gripped by the Imus saga lately. That, and the gripping NASCAR drama. And doing my gripping *^&%* taxes.
it was during an interview with another American media personality, Tim Russert, who is the host of a television programme frequently used by US War Leaders, wherein while decrying the state of care being given to American War wounded stated, "So those bastards want to keep these boys [in reference to US Soldiers] secret? Let's see how they like it if I start talking about their [in reference to US War Leaders] secrets, starting with 9/11." But, to the US War Leaders, Don Imus represented the most serious threat, to date, of the growing assault against them by America's media personalities threatening to expose the truths behind the events of September 11, 2001 and the Iraq/Afghanistan Wars; and to such an extent that another American media personality, Rosie O'Donnell, has expressed concern that US Military Leaders could actually imprison Mr. Imus.So when Rosie finally gets herself fired, it'll be the US War Leaders (Sharpton and Jackson) who get the blame, right? I'm sure the War Leaders also consider Rosie a "serious threat". Sigh. But then again, Pravda is the same news site that also carries these gripping headlines: USA admits it interferes into Russia’s internal affairs Sex after childbirth: another tough job of motherhood and my personal favorite: USA spends over 100 million dollars on coups in former USSR, which features this little statement:
The USA has spent over 100 million dollars on so-called color revolutions in post-Soviet republics of Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan. The figures were unveiled in a documentary by French film-makers titled “Revolution.com. The USA. The Conquest of the East.” According to French film-makers, the USA stands behind a whole series of color coups: the velvet revolution in Serbia, the revolution of roses in Georgia, the orange revolution in Ukraine and the tulip revolution in Kyrgyzstan. “Four violent revolutions, four totalitarian regimes and vestiges of the erstwhile Soviet power sank into oblivion within a couple of weeks. The events happened under one and the same scenario: falsified elections are held, authorities show desperate resistance and eventually give way to protesters,” the film-makers say.Hmmmm.... I must have learned *something* last week, since the grade on the paper I wrote reflects the fact that the Velvet Revolution occurred in Czechoslovakia. Or was it orange velvet in Serbia? Whatever. It's good to know that the US is so all-powerful that a mere 100 million dollars is enough to bring democracy to nearly every country in the former Eastern bloc. Money well spent, and a definite bargain in my opinion. Probably couldn't falsify a vote here for the same amount!!