Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Poll: Black & White Ferguson Residents Agree - Media Made Things Worse



Poll: Black & White Ferguson Residents Agree - Media Made Things Worse
by John Nolte 16 Sep 2014, 12:00 PM PDT
Like the race-baiting locusts from Hell they are, the mainstream media descended on Ferguson, Missouri, to exploit a vacuum of information with rabid speculation intended to foment violence and divide along racial lines. One area where the media did fail to divide, though, was how black and white residents of St. Louis view the media. Both agree the media made things worse.
                                                    
In a new poll, 81% of whites and 50% of blacks agreed that the media presence in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer, made things worse. Only 12% of whites believe the media made things better; only 37% of blacks said the same.

This comes as no surprise. Without any facts to back up their black vs. white narrative, the media intentionally whipped up racial animosity and offered the imprimatur of ABC, CNN, NBC, ABC, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, The New York Times, to looters, vandals and rioters.

Outside of the shooting incident that gave the media an excuse to light the racial fuse, the victims here were the perfectly innocent everyday residents of Ferguson who lived under siege for more than a week.

The properties that were robbed, vandalized, looted, and burnt down were owned by Ferguson residents. The people locked in their homes during the riots, blocked from going to work, and unable to send their kids to school, were Ferguson residents

And for what?

Because there was an injustice?

Well, as far as the Brown shooting, we don't know that yet.

The media didn't care about facts, so injustices was manufactured -- just so a bunch of elite, rich, predominantly white, leftwing  cable news anchors and reporters could grandstand and pretend they are Down With The Struggle.

This poll won't matter. No one in the elite media gives a damn about the residents of Ferguson. The media storm was never about making anyone's life better. It was about preening and politics and pretty pictures of burnt out buildings. The media fed the mob at the expense of the people. And they can't wait to do it again.

Huffington Post
Huffington Post acquired AOL Inc.

Note: Patricia E. Mitchell is a director at AOL Inc., the vice chair for the Sundance Institute, was a director at the Human Rights Watch, the president of CNN Productions, and the executive in charge of original productions for the Turner Broadcasting System Inc.
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the Sundance Institute, the Human Rights Watch, and the NPR.
George Soros was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society, a benefactor for the Human Rights Watch, and a benefactor for the NPR.
Vivian Schiller was the SVP for CNN Productions, a Russian interpreter for the Turner Broadcasting System Inc., the SVP for NYTimes.com, the president & CEO for the NPR, and is the SVP & chief digital officer for the NBC News.
Alan C. Page was a color commentator for the Turner Broadcasting System Inc., and a commentator for the NPR.
Anne Garrels was a correspondent for the NBC News, a correspondent for the ABC News, and a foreign correspondent for the NPR.
Robert Zelnick was a news director for the ABC News, and the national bureau chief for the NPR.
Cokie Roberts is a political commentator for the ABC News, and a contributor for the NPR.
Daniel Schorr was a senior correspondent for CNN, a reporter for the CBS News, and a senior news analyst for the NPR.
Charlayne Hunter-Gault was a correspondent for CNN, a reporter for the New York Times, a reporter for the New Yorker, and a correspondent for the NPR.
Barbara Cochran was the VP & Washington bureau chief for the CBS News, a director at the National Press Foundation, a board of visitor’s member for the Philip Merrill College of Journalism, an executive producer for Meet the Press, and the VP for the NPR.  
Meet the Press is an NBC News program.
Robert H. Scales Jr. is a military analyst for Fox News, and a commentator for the NPR.
Juan Williams is a commentator for Fox News, was a correspondent for the Washington Post, and a senior news analyst for the NPR.
Kevin Klose is the president & CEO for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, was the deputy national editor for the Washington Post, and the president of the NPR.
Dina Temple-Raston was a correspondent for the Bloomberg News, and is a correspondent for the NPR.
Kinsey Wilson was an executive editor for USA Today, the president of the Online News Association, and is the EVP & chief content officer for the NPR.
Dick Meyer is the executive producer, BBC News America for the BBC, was a director at the Online News Association, and an executive editor for the NPR.
Walda Wanger Roseman was the EVP & COO for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the international communications director for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and the SVP for the NPR.
Newton N. Minow was the chairman for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), is a senior counsel at Sidley Austin LLP, and a member of the Commercial Club of Chicago.
Michelle Obama was a lawyer at Sidley Austin LLP.
Barack Obama was an intern at Sidley Austin LLP.
Mark D. Schneider is a partner at Sidley Austin LLP, and was an associate general counsel for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
R. Eden Martin is counsel at Sidley Austin LLP, and the president of the Commercial Club of Chicago.
William M. Daley is a member of the Commercial Club of Chicago, a trustee at the Third Way, and was the chief of staff for the Barack Obama administration.
James E. Clyburn is an honorary co-chair for the Third Way, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, and his daughter is Mignon Clyburn.                                  
Mignon Clyburn is James E. Clyburn’s daughter, the commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and a publisher for The Coastal Times.
Valerie B. Jarrett is a member of the Commercial Club of Chicago, the senior adviser for the Barack Obama administration, and her great uncle is Vernon E. Jordan Jr.
Vernon E. Jordan Jr. is Valerie B. Jarrett’s great uncle, a director at the American Friends of Bilderberg (think tank), a senior counsel for Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP, and a 2008 Bilderberg conference participant (think tank
Amy L. Nathan was an attorney for Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP, a reporter for the Rochester Times-Union, and is a senior counsel, strategic planning & policy analysis for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates U.S. outlets for broadcast. 
Kathleen Q. Abernathy was a commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and a partner at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP.
Julius Genachowski was the chairman for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and Barack Obama’s law school friend.
                      

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Report: Support growing for Condoleeza Rice as NFL Commissioner



Report: Support growing for Condoleeza Rice as NFL Commissioner
by Andrew Coppens
The past week has been one giant PR and potential legal nightmare for the National Football League. From the release of the Ray Rice video to Adrian Peterson being charged with child abuse—many are questioning what is going on inside the NFL.

At the head of all of it is commissioner Roger Goodell, who’s inconsistent reaction and statements to the various incidents in question have led many fans to lose confidence in his leadership of the most popular sport in the United States.

It’s also led some to look towards others as potential replacements, and according to the Business Insider there is a growing support for former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.

To the outside world that may seem strange, but Rice has long named being commissioner of the NFL as her dream job.

She’s been involved with the game of football for a long time and is a lifelong Cleveland Browns fan.

Many in the political sphere see Rice as a great choice because of her passion for and knowledge of the sport. That includes former chief of staff for President George W. Bush, Karl Rove.

“I think Condi would succeed in any job she had, as she did when she was national security adviser, Secretary of State, Provost of Stanford, etc,” Mr Rove said.

“If it’s a job she wants, with her encyclopedic knowledge of the sport and passion for the game, I have no doubt she’d be great.”

Just how much is she trusted in the game of football? She currently is serving on the inaugural College Football Playoff selection committee.

Her involvement in that committee could be the biggest hurdle to taking over as NFL commissioner, as members of the committee serve at least three-year terms and some will rotate out after the three years are up.

Considering Rice’s stated intentions of someday wanting to become NFL commissioner, it would be interesting to see how she handles balancing her current responsibility in the sport with her “dream job.”

While this could be an interesting choice, most reports indicate that there is zero support from NFL owners to force Goodell out as commissioner. That vote would need to take place before any replacement could even be thought of, and it appears there’s no appetite for change at the top just yet.

National Football League (NFL)
Gene A. Washington was the director of football operations for the National Football League (NFL), a player for the Detroit Lions, and is Condoleezza Rice’s frequent social companion.

Note: Condoleezza Rice is Gene A. Washington’s frequent social companion, an honorary director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), an overseer at the International Rescue Committee, a trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank), and a 2008 Bilderberg conference participant (think tank).
Open Society Foundations was a funder for the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank).
George Soros is the founder & chairman for the Open Society Foundations, and was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society.
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the International Rescue Committee, a trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank), and the Roosevelt Institute.
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt is the chair for the Roosevelt Institute, and an advisory board member for the Wheelchair Foundation.
Mikhail Gorbachev is an advisory board member for the Wheelchair Foundation, was the general secretary for the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and the president of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR).
Don Shula is an advisory board member for the Wheelchair Foundation, was a player for the Cleveland Browns, and a player for the Detroit Lions.
Gene A. Washington was a player for the Detroit Lions, the director of football operations for the National Football League (NFL), and is Condoleezza Rice’s frequent social companion.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Prince Alwaleed heads Rotana board meeting (EXTREMELY IMPORTANT RESEARCH)



Prince Alwaleed heads Rotana board meeting
Prince Alwaleed with Rotana Board members.
RIYADH: ARAB NEWS
Published — Monday 15 September 2014
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Rotana Holding, chaired Rotana's board of directors meeting.

The meeting was attended by Walid Arab Hashem, vice chairman; Fahad Alsukait, CEO Rotana Holding; and Nada Alsugair, board member and executive director, finance and administration, the prince’s private office. The board members and representatives from 21 Century Fox were Gary Davey, executive vice president, programming, Sky Deutschland; and Charlotte Burr, SVP corporate and development, Asia and Middle East, 21 Century Fox.

In addition Turki Alshabanah, president of Rotana TV Channels; Nezar Nagro, president of Rotana Media Services; John Ireland, CFO Rotana Holding; and Marcus Handley, general counsel Rotana Holding; Nahla Nasser Alanbar, private executive assistant to the chairman; and Fahad bin Saad bin Nafel, executive assistant to the chairman, were also present.

During the meeting, the board members discussed Rotana’s achievements and commended the Rotana Group for these achievements. Moreover, the board reviewed and discussed the 2014 strategic plans, the operating and financial budget and discussed latest developments.

Alwaleed bin Talal
Alwaleed bin Talal is the chairman for the Rotana Group, a stockholder for News Corp., the founder of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, and the Saudi Arabia prince.

Note: Rotana Group is an investor in News Corp.     
21st Century Fox was a spinoff company of News Corp.   
K. Rupert Murdoch is the chairman & CEO for 21st Century Fox, the chairman & CEO for News Corp., and a papal knighthood knight.
John J. Studzinski is a papal knighthood knight, a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), and a director at the Human Rights Watch.
Open Society Foundations was a funder for the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), and the Human Rights Watch.
George Soros is the founder & chairman for the Open Society Foundations, was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society, a benefactor for the Human Rights Watch, and a member of the Democracy Alliance.  
Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the Human Rights Watch, and the Roosevelt Institute.
Gara LaMarche was the VP & director of U.S. programs for the Open Society Foundations, an associate director for the Human Rights Watch, a director at the White House Project, is the president of the Democracy Alliance, and a director at the Roosevelt Institute.
Daisy Khan was a director at the White House Project, is a developer for Park51, married to Feisal Abdul Rauf, and an executive director for the American Society for Muslim Advancement.
Park51
Park51 (originally named Cordoba House)
Controversy
Opponents of the Park51 project argued that it is "a mosque", claiming that establishing a mosque a few blocks away from Ground Zero would be offensive because the hijackers in the September 11 attacks of 2001 were Islamic terrorists.
Feisal Abdul Rauf is married to Daisy Khan, a developer for Park51, the founder & chairman for the Cordoba Initiative, and a co-founder for the American Society for Muslim Advancement. 
Cordoba Initiative is a sister organization with the American Society for Muslim Advancement, and a sponsor for the Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow.
R. Leslie Deak was a contributor for the Cordoba Initiative, a contributor for the American Society for Muslim Advancement, and is an advisory board member for the
Center for a New American Security.
Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow is a sponsor for the American Society for Muslim Advancement.                                                                    
Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation was a funder for the Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow.
Alwaleed bin Talal is the founder for the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, the chairman for the Rotana Group, a stockholder for News Corp., the founder of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, the Saudi Arabia prince, and Abdallah Bin Abd Al-Aziz Al Saud’s nephew.
Abdallah Bin Abd Al-Aziz Al Saud is Alwaleed bin Talal’s uncle, the Saudi Arabia king, and a benefactor for the Middle East Policy Council.
Chas. W. Freeman Jr. was the U.S. ambassador for Saudi Arabia, the president of the Middle East Policy Council, the National Intelligence Council chairman nominee for the Barack Obama administration, and is a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank).
Michele A. Flournoy was the under secretary at the U.S. Department of Defense for the Barack Obama administration, and is the CEO for the Center for a New American Security.
R. Leslie Deak is an advisory board member for the Center for a New American Security,        
was a contributor for the Cordoba Initiative, and a contributor for the American Society for Muslim Advancement.
Madeleine K. Albright was a director at the Center for a New American Security, and is an honorary director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank).
John J. Studzinski is a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), a director at the Human Rights Watch, and a papal knighthood knight.
papal knighthood knight is an honor conferred by pope from the Roman Catholic Church.
K. Rupert Murdoch is a papal knighthood knight, the chairman & CEO for 21st Century Fox, and the chairman & CEO for News Corp.
21st Century Fox was a spinoff company of News Corp.   
Rotana Group is an investor in News Corp. 
Alwaleed bin Talal is the chairman for the Rotana Group, a stockholder for News Corp., the founder of the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, and the Saudi Arabia prince.
Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation was a funder for the Muslim Leaders of Tomorrow.