by Dweezel Reeder
FOX TV personality Glenn Beck is famous for wasting tons of chalk on his TV program showing the connections between subversive groups like SEIU and maoists controlling the Obama administration – all of whom have ties to the pro-Communist Rockefellers, the Trilateral Commission, and the United Nations.
So let's try his mode of thinking to clarify a little bit about the invented controversy surrounding the Cordoba Initiative's Islamic Cultural Center in New York. Remember not all conspiracies are theories.
First: the people who propelled the controversy – FOX News and GOP leaders – are controlled by same people who funded the Islamic center. According to recent media reports, the second largest shareholder in News Corp, which owns Fox, also financially backed the cultural center.
In addition, FOX News owner Rupert Murdoch published a book authored by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, vilified by FOX News commentators as an anti-American radical, titled What’s Right with Islam is What’s Right with America. As Todd Gitlin notes, the book was published by a Murdoch subsidiary.
Second, Murdoch's company gave $1 million to the Republican Governor's Association.
Third, new intelligence reports indicate that Republican and FOX News-inspired protests against the cultural center are fueling anti-American radcialism by groups who may support terrorism.
Tighten your aluminum foil hat.
Rupert Murdoch and NewsCorp./Fox plays both sides of the controversy, with a little money on each side. Indeed, the Republican Party and the anti-Muslim hysteria they whipped up is fueling the radical anti-America groups in the Muslim world, giving them lots of propaganda showing how America hates Muslims.
Now this means that Rupert Murdoch and Fox, controlling both the Republicans' anti-Muslim hysteria and the publishing houses that put out "moderate" Islamic views, are fueling and manipulating the growth and spread of groups that may support or participate in terrorism as well as those who reject terrorism and want a little religious freedom.
So by financially backing groups like the Cordoba Initiative, they are creating the conditions for starting controversies that make FOX News commentators and Republican politicians seemingly relevant, but more importantly spread terrorism, so they can promote greater U.S. military involvement, which is the real goal. This is because more people watch Fox when there is a war on and they can produce shows like "24" which derived its audience from people afraid of terrorism.
At bottom, this conspiracy is about getting another TV job for Kiefer Sutherland.
Update: Of course this means you are a dupe if you believe this post. And, more importantly, you're a dupe if you don't.
Update 2: Glenn Beck's anti-Muslim rally on August 28th is also now being promoted and sponsored by FOX News.