Friday, March 26, 2010

For CNN, Teen Prom More Important Then Sunk South Korean Navy Ship

There are reports that the North Koreans have sunk a South Korean navy ship. Other reports claim that the ship may have sunk from its own explosives. A military conflict between two nuclear armed nations is serious news that made the price of gold soar today, yet CNN chooses to bury it behind a story on a high school prom dispute. No joke. Their headline reads Gay teen in prom case hated, lauded. Other featured articles are Hot Tub Time Machine, Roller derby girls play tough, Donny Osmond rips Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Forgotten star workout videos, Ads on your airline snacks and Dog chews off cop car's bumber.
Here is a screenshot of what greeted visitors to CNN this morning:

I guess that's an insight into the American mind, or perhaps more significantly, an insight into the mindless issues that corporations like CNN would like us to spend our time thinking about.

An article on Prison Planet entitled Korea Tensions Pale Alongside Agenda To Attack Iran suggests that "An incident in the Yellow Sea that could trigger further heightened tension between North and South Korea is likely to be played down by the globalist power structure in the U.S. because it threatens the focus of their agenda in the middle east."

You can be sure if Iran even sunk so much as a life raft of one of their neighbors, we would probably have U.N. resolutions and perhaps an all out military strike. You can be sure it would be all over CNN. But it wasn't Iran, it was North Korea, and so CNN runs with their sleep-inducing mind dribble.

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