July 9, 2003

IF YOU WANT A TASTE OF MEDIA BIAS, take a look at this AOL offering for July 9, 2003. Apparently the Black manager of the Chicago Cubs baseball team made the statement that dark-skinned people can handle heat better than Whites. Of course if a White manager had said that, he would standing with hat in hand saying how sorry he was, as he was being ushered out the door as ex-manager. Jimmy the Greek learned about that standard method of dealing with uppity Whites, as have others who opened their mouths and spoke the truth without thinking.

White people have lost their right to speak the truth about race. Members of other races can cause a stir by doing what this Black man did, but they are given far more leeway. If you think about it, you know that White folks come from up north where it is cold. Blacks come from Africa where it is hot. Since when did biology stop selecting out those who are unfit for their environment? Of course Whites are going to be better adapted to their native environment, and Black will be for theirs. This is not news to anybody really.

But Americans are not allowed to express the truth about the fact there are racial differences. Movies may express ideas like "White Men Can't Jump," or "White girls can't dance" but no one is allowed to pursue these ideas in open discussion. Why do Black basketball players jump higher? Because there are significant racial differences.

Now, let's look at the rest of what AOL had to say. There is a call to come and post your thoughts on this topic, under the heading, How Heated Are You About It? This suggests that you should be to some degree or other heated up over what this Black man had to say. Those who clicked on the link were taken to a forum where the topic headings were openly hostile from both Whites and Blacks. If what was said by the Cubs manager was a bee-bee gun shot, the AOL forum brought out the nuclear weapons. It is interesting that all that emotion is brewing in this land that claims that "diversity is our strength" isn't it? If it is making us so strong, why are racial groups so eager to fight with each other when given a chance?

The next item is headed with, They Said What?! This was an opportunity for the sheep to walk down memory lane with a number of White folks who spoke their mind in this supposedly free country, and were punished, or fired as a result. It was set up as a separate window with a picture of the "offender" and summary of what he said, and on most of them there was an audio clip so you could listen to the actual statement. Each window that opened had a NEXT button so that you could proceed through the propaganda lesson. Here are the quotes they listed:

Howard Cosell quoted as saying about a Black football player: "Look at that little monkey run."

Jimmy the Greek: "The black is a better athlete to begin with because he's been bred to be that way…The white man has to overcome that…but they don't try hard enough…"

John Rocker: "I would rather retire first…Imagine having to take the…train to the ballpark, looking like you're [riding through] Beirut next to some kid with purple hair next to some queer with AIDS."

Fuzzy Zoeller speaking about a half Black and half Asian golfer: "That little boy is driving well and he's putting well. So, you know what you guys do when he gets in here? You pat him on the back and say…enjoy it and tell him not to serve fried chicken next year. Got it?"

Al Campanis on why Blacks weren't getting managerial assignments: "I don't believe it's prejudice. I truly believe that they may not have some of the necessities to be…a field manager or perhaps a general manager."

Marge Schott speaking about Adolf Hitler: "Everything you read, when he came in [to power] he was good… They built tremendous highways and got all the factories going… Everybody knows he was good at the beginning but he just went too far."

I listened to the audio clip of this last one, and I found it interesting that in her statement she also called Hitler a nut, and said that his own generals tried to kill him and that he went too far, but in AOL's written quote, the only part of that which showed up was that he "went too far," which completely changed the flavor of what she said. That distortion created a false impression, or to be more blunt, it created a lie.

The whole point of that AOL exercise was to continue the training of the White man in America to keep his mouth shut on the subject of race. Just fold yourself up into a little ball and hope they don't kick you too hard as your land is taken from you.

The last item in the AOL window is a typical AOL poll. Notice how they don't just ask a question and then leave it to you to select YES, NO, or NOT SURE. AOL never does that. Their polls are always colored with commentary in the answers to try and push you in a certain direction so that the poll, for which AOL could not care less what you actually answer, will not only be distorted, but will provide a propaganda lesson to the one who is taking it.

The first Question is: Are you offended by what Baker said?

The first answer you can select is: Yes, it's racist. What if you were offended by the fact that he didn't say enough about racial differences? What if something else about what he said offended you? You cannot select the answer YES without also selecting that it is racist as your reason for being offended. Just over 1 in 4 of the people who answered chose this one. Rather insignificant considering the hoopla that has surrounded this event.

The second answer that you can select is: No, it seems pretty harmless. What if it doesn't seem harmless? What if something very important was being stated that you agree with, something revolutionary perhaps? You still have to select that you feel it is pretty harmless in order to select the answer NO you were not offended. Well, 68% of the people who answered chose this one.

The final answer is: I'm not sure what to think. The way this one is phrased it is suggesting, "I am a moron and I need someone else to tell me what to think." Even so, 6% of the people responded with this answer.

Even after decades of brainwashing, this survey says that 2 out of 3 people still felt that someone stating that there are significant racial differences was not out of line. Interesting don't you think?

The second question was an interesting one: Can minorities say things about themselves that whites can't? This question is absurd. You hear Blacks calling themselves what is commonly referred to as the "N" word, constantly, while a White will be persecuted, if not prosecuted for using the same term about the same people. There are many examples of other things that non-Whites are not seriously criticized for, but for which Whites are attacked for doing.

The first answer the reader is offered is: Of course, minorities have the experience to back it up. There is no YES option, but instead an OF COURSE. And it is not a simple YES or NO choice but an accompanying reason for your answer has to be selected once again. The correct answer should have been: YES, in the USA today those in power have created a system that has castrated the White race and left them powerless to speak the truth, while those of other races are free do say pretty much what they like. It is not a question of experience but one of freedom of speech. This answer was selected by 27% of the answerers.

The second answer was: Sure, but there are limits. Who sets the limits, and what are they exactly? Why on earth would they be able to say more than Whites, but not whatever they felt was true? Notice if you will that this question has two YES (Of Course, and Sure) answers that can be selected, and only one NO answer. This allows them to split the vote of those who realize that there is a clear double standard at work in America. Not only does this soften the appearance of the clear YES that was being selected by the voters, but it even manages to push the entire vote over by showing a larger NO vote than either of the two YES vote tallies. The SURE answer got 36% of the votes. Add that to the OF COURSE votes and you get 63%, or nearly 2 out of 3 of the people who voted.

The last choice was: No, stereotyping is wrong no matter what. If you wished to say NO because you felt that there was an even playing field, and that Whites and Blacks have equal permission (they used the word "can" rather than "may" which leads to additional problems with this poll) to say whatever they think about minorities, whether good or bad, stereotypical or not, you cannot choose this answer. Along with saying NO, you have to also make the moral judgment that stereotyping is WRONG, no matter how accurate it might be. As it turned out, 37% of the people who answered, chose this one: a little over 1 in 3. However the way it reported on the screen, it looked like more people felt that it was wrong to stereotype than felt it was okay, when in fact it was completely the other way around by a factor of nearly 2 to 1.

AOL has polls everyday, and they load them up in this same fashion each time. You never get a YES, NO, or NOT SURE choice without AOL inserting its little qualifiers and distorters into the answers. It is just one more propaganda service provided by the Media Lords.

Day after day AOL spews a steady stream of offensive material to those who log onto its service. There are routinely shown pictures of Black men with White women, and various other attacks upon what is left of White America. All of their surveys are pushing the same destructive agenda, as are their selections for top news stories that rotate through their main window all day long.

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