Jun 16, 2016

Larry Wilmore Skewers The GOP & Fox News Over Their Use Of The Label "Radical Islam" Using Obama's Words

Background: 1. I Quickly Slam Hannity On His Hypocrisy & Promotion Of Terrorism Through Petulant Labeling Designed To Create Conflict Not Resolve Them (i.e. "Radical Islam" As Opposed To "Terrorist" OR "Madman" Or "Mass Shooter")

2. Ponderings On The Psychological Ramifications Of Genocide (Native American Example)

I thought I should increase the number of perspectives opposing the GOP & Fox News's slander campaign to offer many ways for people to analyse the situation;

PRESIDENT OBAMA SKEWERS THE GOP OVER "RADICAL ISLAM" - JUNE 15, 2016 - TIMOTHY SIMONS 06/15/2016 President Obama makes veiled references to Donald Trump during his withering critique of the GOP's escalating Islamophobic rhetoric. (8:00)

One of the Highlights;

A phrase is not the same as action. We have a group called ISIS that we are fighting with people from MUSLIM countries. What about that? What we have here is exactly what I explained in the first background link above, i.e. pushing a label to maximize propaganda goal or creating conflict, particularly as a source of racism towards Muslims, so ISIS can continue with their recruitment so they can have a job. i.e. perpetual war;

GOP - The War Party - Illustrated

In other words;

In other words, the Iran Deal which was a major milestone in foreign policy for peace with colored people's countries. It's practically going to be the GOP's main effort to kill it given thier history but Obama just doesn't get it.

Iran Debate Highlights

What the GOP does is the following (which Obama just can't seem to put his finger on... so the media stays quite too);

Why is Bill O'Reilly talking about 'holy war'? Chris Hayes explains why framing the fight against ISIS as 'holy war' is not helpful. 

It's kinda Bill's strategy to slander Muslims as I have outlined in detail in this post. The following is one video that makes Bill O Reilly's & Fox News strange non-fact based view about religion, that they have been promoting for a long time, easier to understand for most people;

In the Name of the Fodder - The Fox News rapid-response team distinguishes violence in the name of a religion from the practitioners of that religion -- as long as it's Christianity. (5:17):

One more time from a different angle?...

BTW, reminds me of this talk Larry Wilmore did earlier;

Stuff Obama just won't say;

Is GOP A Hate Group?

GOP's War On Colored People OR The Case To Categorize The GOP As A Hate Group

Proofs for 'the GOP is a White Supremacist group pretending it's not' *giggle*

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