The Dying Corporate Media Vilifies Alex Jones, Rand Paul, & The Rising Rage Against The Empire
June 11, 2010
MSNBC’s new documentary “Rise of The Right” is another attempt by the corporate media to stem the rising influence of anti-establishment figures.
A new MSNBC documentary called ‘Rise of The New Right’ that is set to air next Wednesday falsely paints the Tea Party’s growing influence in electoral politics as a precursor to a new age of racist rage. The documentary, hosted by Chris screwball Matthews, also targets popular radio show host, documentarian, and one of the internet’s rising stars, Alex Jones. Infowars.com received a copy of the script for the piece from an MSNBC insider, which reveals the program’s soft propaganda, and deliberate lies about the nature of the citizen backlash against the corrupt government in D.C, and the banks and corporations who rule it.
The usual Establishment rhetoric against government critics is used throughout the production, derogatory terms like “conspiracy theorist”, “crazy”, and “racist” are frequently used. Instead of examining the rational reasons for why people on the right are furious, such as the government’s dictatorial laws since 9/11, its dismal economic and foreign policies, and the overall failure in the leadership of the political class to halt the federal debt, Matthews and company seek emotional and tribal causes for the popularity of the Tea Party. It takes a bogus slant of the raison d’être for the Tea Party, and one that doesn’t enlighten anyone in the public.