Authentic Alternative Media Now Slandered as Fake News by Main Media


          NOVEMBER, 2016    1 FED RESERVE NOTE


“We read and rebut their vile crap so you won’t have to!”



Images posted on Twitter by a marketer in Austin, Tex., the day after the presidential election.

New York Times: How Fake News Goes Viral: A Case Study


The latest buzz-term that’s been humming throughout the Piranha Press these past few days is “fake news” (TM pending). Google that term and see for yourself!

You see, due to the fact that a fast-growing percentage of Boobus Americanus is growing wise to the Marxist manipulation of the news, the panic-stricken purveyors of pinko propaganda have taken to counter-attacking in the classic manner that psychopaths are notorious for — by projecting their evil behavior onto innocent others!

From the article:

“Eric Tucker, a 35-year-old co-founder of a marketing company in Austin, Tex., had just about 40 Twitter followers. But his recent tweet about paid protesters being bused to demonstrations against President-elect Donald J. Trump fueled a nationwide conspiracy theory — one that Mr. Trump joined in promoting. 

Mr. Tucker’s post was shared at least 16,000 times on Twitter and more than 350,000 times on Facebook. The problem is that Mr. Tucker got it wrong. There were no such buses packed with paid protesters.”

It is ridiculous and illogical to suggest that one bit of sloppy reporting from an unknown “tweeter” — about the protester buses — somehow discredits every other story from the entire “alternative” media. Actually, it HAS actually been confirmed that anti-Trump protesters are indeed being hired via Craigslist ads.

Just because the Slimes was able to cherry-pick an erroneous “tweet” about buses — a tweet which caught on in parts of the “alternative media” (now known as “the fake news”); it does not therefore follow that all stories reported on in the “alternative media” are also “fake.” In the field of Logic, such illogic represents a variation of ‘The Fallacy of Composition.” It would be like saying: “The weatherman had forecast rain for today but it turned out to be sunny. Therefore, meteorologists are never to be trusted.”

But the reasonable man understands that every story should be analysed on its own merits, even if the source gets things wrong from time to time. Heck, even Sulzberger’s Slimes, as evil and deceitful its roster of writing red rascals are, will occasionally let an interesting and honest story slip through every once and a while.

Apart from the stupid 8th grade illogic, there is the supreme irony, no, hypocrisy of the Jew York Slimes accusing any website of disseminating “fake news”. Regular readers of The Anti-New York Times already know about the astonishing criminal mischief Sulzberger’s seditious slanderers and loony libelers have been making day in and day out for the past 120 years. Following are but a few of its famous fakest headlines from recent history.

1- FAKE NEWS! — 2003: The “Weapons of Mass Destruction” lie started the tragic Iraq War.

2- FAKE NEWS! — 2011: The “Killing of Bin Laden” lie enabled Obongo to divert attention away from Donald Trump’s relentless “birther campaign.” Bin Laden, who was under Fake accusation for 9/11, had already been dead for 10 years!

3- FAKE NEWS! — 2014: The “Invasion of Crimea” lie kicked off the new Cold War between NATO and Russia. In reality, there was no “invasion” — at all! Pro-Russian Crimea declared its independence from the puppet gangsters that had just been installed in Ukraine and its very own national guard troops dispersed the Soros rent-a-mobs.

Obongo himself, the biggest beneficiary of “fake news” has now joined the assault on the “alt right” — telling reporters in Berlin:

“In an age where there’s so much active misinformation, and it’s packaged very well, and it looks the same when you see it on a Facebook page or you turn on your television, where some overzealousness on the part of a US official is equated with constant and severe repression elsewhere, if everything seems to be the same and no distinctions are made, then we won’t know what to protect. If we can’t discriminate between serious arguments and propaganda, then we have problems.”

Echoes of former Secretary of State Killary Clinton who, in 2011, whined:

“We are losing the information war.”

And Secretary of State John Kerry, from 2013:

“This little thing called the Internet makes it much harder to govern.”

And Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-WV), from 2009:

“It really almost makes you ask the question would it have been better if we had never invented the Internet.”

And the since-disgraced and replaced anchor LyinBrian Williams, who made this incredibly condescending remark in 2007″

“You’re going to be up against people who have an opinion, a modem, and a bathrobe. All of my life, developing credentials to cover my field of work, and now I’m up against a guy named Vinny in an efficiency apartment in the Bronx who hasn’t left the efficiency apartment in two years.” 

What an arrogant and pompous prick! By the way, Mr. Williams, “Vinnie” left the Bronx for the suburbs of Long Island and New Jersey a loooong time ago.

There is no doubt about it. The PRC (Predatory Ruling Class) has had about all it can take from “this little thing called the Internet.” You can be sure that if the Hildebeast had been elected, aggressive measures to “regulate” the “fake news” would have been forthcoming, and soon. As it stands, we do not foresee Orange Man threatening the truther blogosphere which benefited him so much. But in the long run, we must remain vigilant because evil never sleeps.

All hail “Vinnie from the Bronx!”  The bathrobe-clad scourge of elitist scum like Brian Williams (Image #2) and Jay Rockefeller (Image 3)

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