What in the world is going on?
Then the Guardian touts that the US can learn from the example set by Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in graciously releasing the 15 British sailors held hostage - saying it is the direct result of Iran's goodwill "This outcome offers a compelling lesson on how to deal with the wider international standoff between the US and Iran. His mood was generous. His gift to the British people was with immediate effect, and he asked for no apology or other concessions."
This is the man who has called for Israel to be wiped off the map and for the downfall of America!
But if these pro-radical Islam views aren't swirled enough for you, how about this one:
A public school in NJ recently had a mock terrorist drill depicting Christian fundamentalists as terrorists. The plot included 'Christian' terrorists breaking into the high school, taking hostages, and shooting people.
The superintendent is quoted as saying that the goal was to make the drill "as realistic as possible." Excuse me? You want realistic? Then why didn't they use radical Islamists who are terrorizing and murdering people every day?
Are you reading between the lines of what mainstream media reports? It's pretty sad when reading the paper or watching the news creates added stress to our lives. Not because of the news, but because we can't trust if what is being reported is accurate -- is the truth.
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