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Basil Fishbone

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Guns in Montana
« on: November 09, 2011, 12:48:49 pm »

The BBC is filming a segment on the Montana patriot movement, and Gary Marbut sent this to the reporter:

...As a bit of an intro to Montana, you might look at the short (2:47) that was done by Al Jazeera a few years ago, a segment that was viewed by 100 million English-speaking people around the globe when it was aired.  I believe Al Jazeera did a commendable job of attempting to objectively tell about Montana, and did not try to warp the story into something that Montana and its people are not.  See:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK9KuIiugT4&feature=player_embedded

Guns in Montana

Segment from Al Jazeera news, March 19, 2008
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Re: Guns in Montana
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2011, 11:45:49 pm »

Actually, despite what people in the American news say (which are so renown for their accuracy, quality research and thorough investigative reporting with no slant whatsoever), I've noticed quite a few good pieces from both Al Jazeera and even that often socialist slanted BBC.  Also, among the more honest reporting on the middle east, is Haaretz (Israel) and Pravda (Russia) seems to do remarkable reporting (and do it in English to boot) as compared to the government mouthpiece news here in the west.  Pretty sad, actually.  I can see why so many Fox types wanted to bomb independent reporters out east and were frothing at the mouth when the subject of turning Al Jazeera to rubble during the early Iraq war days.  The interesting part is that the only news agencies that give gun owners in America a fair shake, are foreigners and small independent shops here in the country... the big shops are all coopted, and fully owned subsidiaries of Tyranny, inc.

It is amusing, that when we were abroad, we used to laugh about Pravda.  Nowadays, it seems Pravda actually DOES report its namesake (the truth), and The Times Dispatch still doesn't.



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Re: Guns in Montana
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2011, 12:23:08 am »

Russia Today has a lot of good material also, especially covering the U.S.
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