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Friday, August 18, 2006

There is no there there...!

This is follow-up to the Wednesday August 16, 2006 question here about the passenger screening frenzy on USA domestic airline flights.

See this article.

Apparently the timing of the recent media circus' focus on the London Terror plot may be the only reason for the coverage in the first place. Exposure of that plot triggered endless hysteria about passenger screening on USA domestic flights. It certainly removed Israel's humiliating inability to defeat Hezbollah right off the TV, didn't it? And now we are all watching endless coverage of the fake JonBenet Ramsey killer, John Mark Karr to take our minds off the over-hyped London terror plot. Does anyone thinks this psychotic meld of Anthony Perkins (Norman Bates) and Lee Harvey Oswald is the actual killer of poor little JonBenet?

The real excitement is wondering what the next "big" story will be, probably starting tomorrow, to take our minds off the JonBenet killer fiasco, after officials finally admit there is no case there. My guess it will be the North Korean threat to test detonate a nuclear device.

I think Gertrude Stein's line, "There is no there there," pretty much sums up the current state of TV journalism.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Windy-Night said...

I think you have hit it almost on the head. Move over to the third "enemy", Iran. The need to stabilize the Middle East,seems to be the Bush administration's prime goal.Iran has been named by the media and administration as the supporter of the Hezbollah, way back to Arafat's day. That could be another big lie to try to control the oil rich Middle East. It seems whomever is independant and does not want to "play ball" is seen as an enemy. The sabers are already rattling and the administration Hawks just have to set the scene and get support behind it's already created game plan. The cycle goes round and round. We fell for it in Iraq, why not try it in Iran too? War generally unifies a people and can keep other issues from surfacing that do not want to be dealt with now like global warming or China's agenda.The front page issues will keep a lot of people occupied,but what are they going to do with all the "disbelievers", who got fooled by the Iraq propaganda.There has to be a danger that is plausible. It is stormy out there!

6:53 AM  
Blogger Dayngr said...

Boy did you ever hit the nail on the head!

12:33 PM  

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