Friday, January 11, 2008


Thomas Riggins

Here is all we need to know about the latest fabricated "incident" from the Persian Gulf. If you remember the Tonkin Bay "incident" you may want to sing a few lines of when will they ever learn.

The New York Times reported yesterday that the film we all saw on TV of the Iranian speed boats "confronting" the US Navy and threatening to "blow you up" was fake. That is the Navy and the Pentagon admitted "that the video and audio were recorded separately and then combined." That means all the major media broadcast a fake film.

The Times says of the audio that "the recording carries no ambient noise -- the sounds of a motor, the sea or wind -- that would be expected if the broadcast had been made from one of the five small boats that sped around the three-ship American convoy," With all their billions the Pentagon can't even make a good fake propaganda film. Pitiful.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, fortunately, the sequel turned out to be a bust. W has none of the ability of LBJ. Nor any of the humanity.