Posts Tagged ‘Rolling Stone’

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All-American Nazis

How a senseless double murder in Florida exposed the rise of an organized fascist youth movement in the United States

Somebody should show them how World War Two actually ended.

 

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Rolling Stone — didn’t they used to have comments? No more. They tell you now; you don’t tell them. Maybe that came out of their recent fake college rape scandal and lawsuits? They probably don’t want to hear feedback, especially in a public forum.

In this latest bit of political sleazemongering Rolling Stone takes on Jill Stein and the Green Party as if the shit was written by Hillary’s own team of paid, lying ghouls.

Reappearing is this nonsense about vaccines. Without any honesty as to Jill Stein’s actual statements or position they accuse her of “coyly” courting “conspiracy theorists.” The glaring red flag, there it is.

RS also conveniently cuts out specifically what Stein was referring to and inserts ellipses. The mark of a true hack charlatan at work:

“We should not be subjecting kids’ brains especially to that … It’s very hard to study that stuff. We make guinea pigs out of whole populations, and then we discover how many die.”

The missing words were:

“…and we don’t follow that issue in this country but in Europe where they do they have good precautions around wireless, maybe not good enough.”

 

The RS writer mindlessly cheerleads for GMOs without any comprehension of what the issue is:

“And despite abundant evidence that genetically modified foods pose no threats to human health…”
-Tessa Stuart (peddling pseudoscience)

That is a lie. Each GMO is unique and many have been banned. You can engineer a toxic GMO quite easily that would be harmful to human health. So the Monsanto catch phrase she went with is a baldfaced, ignorant lie.

The issue is in public oversight and long-term accountability for the experimental foods put out into our societies without labelling or tracking the human health consequences.

Tessa Stuart, hack.

PS

Since Dr. Stein graduated top of her class and is a medical professional for decades, Tessa, perhaps the courtesy of quoting her actual positions when you attempt to smear her good name? Is that too much to ask, bitch?

 

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Rolling Stone:

‘American Sniper’ Is Almost Too Dumb to Criticize

Sniper is a movie whose politics are so ludicrous and idiotic that under normal circumstances it would be beneath criticism.

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Rolling Stone with the reality check (mate):

1. New income generated since 2009 that has gone to the top 1 percent: 95 percent

2. Financial wealth controlled by the bottom 60 percent of all Americans: 2.3 percent

3. Record combined wealth of the top 400 richest Americans: $2,000,000,000,000

4. Real decline in median middle-class incomes since 1999: $5,000

5. Percentage of Hispanic and African-American children living in poverty, respectively: 33.8 percent; 36.7 percent

6. Amount that food stamps will be cut in 2014: $5 billion

7. Federal minimum wage: $7.25

8. What the minimum wage would be if it had kept pace with gains in worker productivity since 1968: $21.72

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The investigative Rolling Stone reporter who destroyed general Stanley McChristal was at the time of his explosive, fiery car crash, working on a story concerning the … guess who?  Well, read the news:

Michael Hastings Probed the CIA Before Fatal Hollywood Crash

Car Was Speeding, Engine Flew 100 Feet, Cops Say

WikiLeaks says Michael Hastings contacted it just before his death. Are they implying he was murdered?

Hacking a car (Q&A)

 

“It sounded like a bomb went off in the middle of the night. My house shook. The windows were rattling.”

In Hastings’ 2012 book, The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan, Hastings says a McChrystal staffer said to him, “We’ll hunt you down and kill you if we don’t like what you write.”

Make of that what you will.

 

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