Friday, October 8, 2010

Rick Sanchez Fired by CNN Advertises Jon Stewart Rally

Rick Sanchez fired by CNN advertises Jon Stewart's "Restoring Sanity" rally. One "Sirius" thing that Rick Sanchez said on an XM radio show is that Stewart is a "bigot." He also said that the media empire that is CNN is ran by Jews. Now, Rick Sanchez is unemployed and Jon Stewart is laughing.

Actually, the comments catapulted Jon Stewart's name even farther into the news. Chances are if you didn't know that Jon Stewart was hosting a rally on 10/30 at the National Mall, you did after you found out that Rick Sanchez was fired by CNN after calling him a bigot.

The Jon Stewart rally is a spoof of the Glenn Beck rally, although many in political circles claim that Stewart and his co-conspirator Stephen Colbert will still be able to deliver a serious message even if the rally is hosted by two comedians.

The Jon Stewart rally will be huge, and I wouldn't be surprised if the attendance was much, much larger than the Glenn Beck Rally.

If anything, Jon Stewart should THANK Rick Sanchez and CNN for giving him that much more free publicity for being fired from CNN.

2 comments:

  1. nader paul kucinich gravel mckinneyOctober 8, 2010 at 11:29 AM

    Why did Jon Stewart and his wife
    change their names on 19 JUN 01?

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  2. Most of us are mentally trapped to think Jewish. Actually, it is safe to say that virtually every mainstream publication or or other type of media organ is "nothing more than a screen to present chosen views." The great battle over the last century has been a battle for the mind of the Western peoples, i.e., non-Jewish Euros. The chosen won it by acquiring control over essentially the complete mainstream news, information, education and entertainment media of every type, and using that control to infuse and disseminate their message, agenda and worldview, their way of thinking, or rather the way they want us to think. Since at least the 1960s this campaign has been effectively complete. Since then they have shaped and controlled the minds of all but a seeming few of us in varying degree with almost no opposition or competition from any alternative worldview. So now most of us are mentally trapped in the box the chosen have made for us, which we have lived in all our lives. Only a few have managed to avoid it or escape it, or to even sometimes see outside of it, and so actually "think outside of the (Jewish) box."

    What happened to Oliver Stone is a good case study. The Wall Street Journal reported this past summer that Stone said that “public opinion was focused on the Holocaust because of ‘Jewish domination of the media.’” Stone also said that the Jews “stay on top of every comment, the most powerful lobby in Washington. Israel has f—– up United States foreign policy for years.”

    Like so many others before him, Stone groveled: “In trying to make a broader historical point about the range of atrocities the Germans committed against many people, I made a clumsy association about the Holocaust, for which I am sorry and I regret. Jews obviously do not control media or any other industry.”

    Joe Sobran who died this past week had this to say about Jewish media power:

    “Jewish control of the major media in the media age makes the enforced silence both paradoxical and paralyzing. Survival in public life requires that you know all about it, but never refer to it. A hypocritical etiquette forces us to pretend that the Jews are powerless victims; and if you don’t respect their victimhood, they’ll destroy you. It’s a phenomenal display not of wickedness, really, but of fierce ethnocentrism, a sort of furtive racial superpatriotism.”

    In 1996, reprinted in the May 27th issue of the New York Times, by Ari Shavit, an Israeli columnist describing his feelings on the killings of a hundred civilians in a military skirmish in southern Lebanon. Shavit wrote:

    “We killed them out of a certain naive hubris. Believing with absolute certitude that now, with the White House, the Senate, and much of the American media in our hands, the lives of others do not count as much as our own.”

    Peace.
    Michael Santomauro
    ReporterNotebook@gmail.com

    PS: An antisemite condemns people for being Jews, I am not an antisemite.

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