The "honest" media apparently is not presenting the facts on Iraq in context. This is according to Gerd Schroeder at American Thinker who has examined the ongoing Brookings Instution Report titled "IRAQ INDEX Tracking Reconstruction and Security in Post-Saddam Iraq which, updated weekly, provides U.S. Military and other U.S. governmental agencies' official statistics. He contends that "neglect of context creates a misleading public impression."
From where does this calculated program disinformation arise? Not fromis not from present embedded journalists themselves.
Don't you hate being manipulated and lied to by "honest" media outlets and politicians?
Here's another take on al Quaeda: Al Qaeda is a parasite that feeds on a host until the host drives it out.
That's fine, but what happens in the parasite so weakens the host that it overtakes and changes the body so that there is no going back?
The irony in this case is that both parasite and host are Islamic systems, but the parasite is the original strain of Islam that threatens to spread to other organisms, i.e., the non-Muslim world.
The "honest" media also fails to inform on this point.