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Corporate Media Black-out

by Sloan Kettering Thursday, Jul. 27, 2000 at 7:57 AM

Corporate Media continues black out of horror.

The Baltimore Sun and Washington Post release this statement:

"Many people wonder how we maintain our incredible hypocrisy.

How we can be so biased, dishonest, violent, and hateful in our

own area while decrying the behavior elsewhere. How we can be

so self righteous about all aspects of life while supporting

genocide for over a decade in our own area.

How can we weep so readily for the plights of people all over the

world, angrily decry injustices in Bosnia, stand strong in the face

of tyranny in Africa, when we collude in behavior far worse in our

own back yard.

This is simply the nature of power. It has happened and will

continue to happen in the US. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

We have zero accountability and any dissent is censored through

our affiliations/ associations.

We are trying to set an example for others trying to perform

successful, unnoticed genocide. You must build coalitions with

highly respected members/ organizations of powerful, highly

respected nations, particularly the US. We have tapped unlimited

resources of cruelty, dishonesty and bigotry in the academic/

scientific community that should be very useful for any other

genocidal act. Academics are very highly respected and we have

many who have really driven the American genocide of the

disfigured. The numbers are too high to list here, but we are

releasing that to the public.

You must choose the most vulnerable, dependent populations,

ones whose members pose little ability to network or organize and

who have no access to powerful institutions (like us). The

disfigured are the best group to start with because they are by

far the most vulnerable population and there is no recognition of

their condition. Killing them is like a free pass. From there move

onto other groups of disabled, homeless, etc.

We are only trying to improve population control and growth in the

US and beyond. No need for thanks, we are only doing our civic

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