Newsjacking and Media Manipulation


‘John Jantsch recently hosted an awesome video debate called Media Manipulation – fact or fiction – a frank conversation.
‘The discussion featured Ryan Holiday, author of Trust Me I’m Lying – Confessions of a Media Manipulator debating Peter Shankman, VP, Small Business Evangelist at Vocus (and founder of HARO). I was also on hand together with Shel Holtz to jump in now and then with comments and questions…’
http://socialmediatoday.com/davidmeermanscott/691561/confessions-media-manipulator

“The U.S. does not recognize the concept of ‘diplomatic asylum’”
‘”The United States is not a party to the 1954 OAS Convention on Diplomatic Asylum and does not recognize the concept of diplomatic asylum as a matter of international law,” the office of Spokesperson Victoria Nuland said in a Friday statement. “We believe this is a bilateral issue between Ecuador and the United Kingdom and that the OAS has no role to play in this matter.”

‘That statement is a shift from the stance the State Department took yesterday, when Nuland said that Washington would stay out of the dispute and that the American position was that the Brits were making decisions based on British, not international law…’
http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/08/17/state_department_the_us_does_not_recognize_the_concept_of_diplomatic_asylum
How true is this?
“Anonumous is planning to raising a flash mob wearing “V for Vendetta” masks to ‘rescue’ Assange during his 2pm statement today.”
Noticed the misspelled word ‘Anonumous’? And when you go to this link: http://boards.4chan.org/q/res/111616, you might just get an ‘error page’ like I did.

Majority of Domestic Terrorists Are Women
‘The FBI defines domestic terrorism as “Americans attacking Americans based on U.S.-based extremist ideologies.”

‘It’s currently hunting down seven people charged with such crimes. Five are women…’
Read on to meet the fugitives
http://www.businessinsider.com/the-majority-of-the-fbis-most-wanted-domestic-terrorists-are-women-2012-8#

Why US is Losing on Afghan War
Afghan War Becoming Like Past Vietnam War
‘If this sounds like a familiar narrative, it’s because the United States fought a similar war in Southeast Asia spanning Laos and Vietnam.

‘RT recently aired a piece titled, “Homemade bombs beat high-tech? Afghan war failure looms,” in which the astronomical amount of money spent on military weapons systems is examined versus the apparent inability of the US to “win” in Afghanistan.

‘In all likeness the US’ inability to “win” reflects a failure to balance the weakening of armed resistance to occupation with the propping up of a suitable proxy government. And when fighters are taking up weapons simply to see off foreign invaders – something Afghans have been doing perpetually throughout their history – it would seem that the US, despite all its military prowess, would need to impossibly scour every crack and crevice to eradicate every man capable of picking up arms and fighting…’
http://www.activistpost.com/2012/08/perfecting-technowar.html

More Mysteries that Need More Explanation
Do you know that the Apollo 11 tapes, which are likely the most important videos in the history of man, are missing? Were they intentionally lost?

‘The world if full of mysterious objects, people, places, and events that need more research. In the last 30 years, humans have made some incredible scientific advancement in the area of archeology, astronomy, computer technology, radar, physics, chemistry, biology, and statistics. People are beginning to understand more about how the Earth was made and have identified anomalies that exist in space. Some of the research has opened up questions about historic events and scientific theories. We can only hope that people will evolve and gain a better understanding of bizarre historical events, instead of moving in the opposite direction. This article will examine ten strange topics that need a bit more explanation by world governments…’
http://listverse.com/2012/08/19/top-10-strange-topics-that-need-more-explanation/

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