August 14, 2012
It’s tough being a minion of the Elite.
One must be careful not only disguise one’s motives, but one must carefully craft propaganda so as not to look like you’re an operative of an Agenda – that being the recent UN ATT and Small Arms Trade Treaty.
But it appears that Fareed Zakaria may have posted a bit too quickly without carefully erasing his tracks, or so it would seem.
Unfortunately for this Quasi-Intellectual Climber, he may not have exercise enough due diligence in making it appear that his commentary was his own and not related to contrived fallacious arguments in support of, basically, Gun Confiscation.
Such is the malaise of a weak minded climber, too squeamish for a ball-check into the constitutional right-to-bear arms that is enshrined in our Constitution.
The bigger question is will The Elite cut the strings of their puppet. Having screwed up on numerous occasions over plagiarism, as is well documented on Wikipedia, it might be appropriate for his membership card to be revoked.
In August 2012, Zakaria was accused of plagiarism for a piece on gun control in the August 20, 2012 issue of Time magazine that bore similarities to an April 2012 article by Jill Lepore in The New Yorker.
He subsequently apologized to Lepore, Time magazine and the readers. Time ”accepted” the apology, which Stanton Peele in the Psychology Today characterized as a “strange, stilted, indefinite statement”.
Zakaria’s column was suspended from the magazine for one month, pending review. In addition to not crediting Lepore’s work, plagiarism, Zakaria copied at least one paragraph nearly word for word, a copyright violation.
Earlier, Jeffrey Goldberg accused Zakaria of lifting quotes from his interview without attribution. Boston Globe also criticized Zakaria for giving identical commencement addresses to the 2012 graduating classes at Harvard and Duke.
Zakaria’s “The Post-American World” book was reviewed in 2009 by James Kirchick who called Zakaria “one of the most influential foreign affairs commentators in the world”, yet “the guru of conventional wisdom“.
More recently, the editors of The New Republic included him in a November 2011 list of “over-rated thinkers” and commented “There’s something suspicious about a thinker always so perfectly in tune with the moment.”
Does anyone find it unusual that a person who is of Indian Decent is lauded with so much ‘coordinated’ praise?
Is it Un-American for someone who comes from India to pass Un-American values such as ‘Gun Confiscation’ to the American People and serve this propaganda with an Intellectual cover of Politically Correct Dogma?
Incidentally, India just completed a census of their entire population which included fingerprinting, and is now poised to micro-chip their entire population – except for their Elite citizens.
No Self-Defense Rights or Right-to-bear Arms Rights exist in India – so it seems natural to have someone with these values pushed to the top of the list if they are willing to ‘promote’ the Globalist Agenda
India has launched what it describes as the largest counting exercise ever. The 2011 Census of India began this week and aims to count more than a billion people in the next 11 months. Along with the Census details, officials are also collecting biometric data from every citizen to create Indias National Population Register.
An interesting article by Paul McGuire titled, “WILL AMERICANS RECEIVE A MICROCHIP IMPLANT IN 2013 PER OBAMACARE?” one can see the roll-out of this Global Surveillance Grid.
Back to the Fareed Zakaria Mea culpa…
The ‘My Bad’ that Fareed Zakaria admits to is plagiarism of ‘Talking Points’ that were exposed by the National Rifle Association, which led to the story breaking on NewsBusters.org and is titled, “CNN’s Kurtz Credits NewsBusters With Exposing Zakaria’s ‘Cardinal Journalistic Sin’ of Plagiarism.”
An excerpt from the article mentions the background, but fails to mention the obvious in that these are clearly talking points which have been orchestrated to flood the Corporate Media to push the Globalist Agenda – thus generate support for the UN Arms Trade Treaty.
On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN host Howard Kurtz lashed out at CNN’s own host Fareed Zakaria for committing plagiarism in a gun control article for Time magazine.
Kurtz gave credit to us: “A conservative watchdog site Newsbusters, acting on a tip from the NRA, broke the story that Fareed’s column was not entirely his own work.”
The government shill propaganda site CNN followed TIME in suspending Fareed Zakaria primarily because they are owned by the same parent company – namely TIME/NEWSWEEK/CNN/TIME WARNER
The Examiner article, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria accused of plagiarism, explains the facts behind the situation:
What is at stake here is not only honest journalism, but a warning to other Corporate Media Journalist to not break the Code-of-Silence regarding the injecting of Government Talking Points.
This event is clearly a peek behind the curtain to not only the possibility of a CNN, TIME and NEWWEEK Propaganda Machine, but might be considered a serious warning to all Americans of the deliberate and insidious false reporting that is being passed off as credible journalism by authoritarian puppet masters and their team of propagandists.
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