Friday, August 17, 2007

It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This, Folks!

WOW!!! I just stumbled across a great site while looking into some background links to a story about more faux-tography perpetrated by the lame-stream media in their attempts to portray our soldiers in Iraq as blood-thirsty baby killers...and now, apparently attempted murderers of ugly old Iraqi women, too. I mean, they aren't even trying to cover-up their bias anymore. How can they not think they wouldn't get caught? We're talking about Agence France-Presse, afterall, so I guess that, since the French wouldn't know anything about shooting at anything, they expect that the rest of us wouldn't know a spent round from an unspent one. What am I talking about? Well, dear readers, the AFP published some fauxtographs showing an old Iraqi woman who is holding some bullets that she claims were fired at and hit her home in Sadr City during a raid by US and Iraqi forces. There's only one problem: The bullets are unspent, never been fired (they actually look polished). Urban Grind has the story and faux-tos with lots of links; it's all over the blogosphere so just go there and chase links to your hearts' content.

Hat-tip: Lisa

Oh, the great site I found? It's called the People's Cube Pay them a visit! Here's a sample of what you'll find:

Courtesy of the People's Cube


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spot on!


9:20 PM GMT+12  
Blogger Oldcatman said...

As I commented on Lisa's blog: I don't give a shit about the IRAQIs who get "hurt" in their
f--king civil war.

Maybe we are using live bullets in sling shots!

4:40 AM GMT+12  
Blogger American said...

People's Cube -- terrific. What a great find.

I remember when Ted Kennedy left Mary Jo Kopechne to drown in his car because he didn't want to admit to driving drunk. He left her in a sinking car and didn't report the accident in time to save her. She crawled into the back seat and survived in a trapped air bubble waiting for rescue, but he waited until next morning to get help, by which time she was dead. I am glad to see there are others who will not let him forget.

8:27 PM GMT+12  

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