October 1, 2008
A picture is worth a thousand words. Perhaps that is why Warner Music Group yanked
from You Tube. Its a very dangerous video because it explains in simple and understandable
terms, the cause of today's current financial crisis. Warner's reason for yanking
the video? Something to do with the music. Riiight...
We've reposted the video
with the offending music removed and the underlying facts intact.
You'll quickly understand the reason some might not want you to see it. Surprising
in its simplicity, it connects the dots, backed with supporting documents and actual
video, and provides a timeline of the events that led to the financial chaos of
this past week.
Its no wonder the powers that be don't want this video viewed by your average American.
Its damning in its simplicity and shocking in its conclusion. Once armed with the
facts, the American people are adamant in rejecting
the proposed financial bailout now
under consideration by the Senate.
After watching this video, it is unsettling to watch Rep. Barney Frank, or Sen.
Chris Dodd on the news, lecturing the American public on how to solve the current
financial meltdown. Its like watching the captain of the Titanic teaching a course
on maritime navigation.
The Democrats still believe they can rewrite facts to their own specifications.
They've done so for decades, with the help of a complaisant media. They have yet
to figure out how to deal with You Tube. Except to ban videos that come too close
to the actual facts.
The culprits in this financial mess are relying on the ignorance of the American
people to get away with creating the very crisis for which they now offer solutions.
Its quite clear that instead of being in charge of resolving this mess, these Democrats
should instead be languishing in jail.
Another dangerous video is the latest McCain ad. Called Alaska's Political Circus
, it outlines the facts behind
the 'troopergate' investigation into Sarah Palin. Clearly and with supporting facts.
In essence, it provides the details needed necessary for the American people to
conclude the supposed investigation into Palin is an unsubstanciated smear campaign
motivated by partisan politics.
Yet another dangerous video making the rounds on the web and talk radio, is a very professional
of young children singing the praises of Obama. The video purports
to have been produced in the living room of a home in Venice. A spontaneous burst
of creativity, supposedly reflective of the overwhelming appeal of Obama. You decide.
What makes this
noteworthy, is the eerie resemblance to the propaganda films of the
Hitler era. Beautiful young people, in lockstep, seemingly overwhelmed with admiration
for the person who turned out to be one of the worst mass murderers in history.
Or picture North Korea - young, gullible schoolchildren, again, singing the praises
of Dear Leader. Can you spell brainwashed?
This carefully scripted and choreographed 'home video' is also worth one thousand
words. The 'words' indeed evoke emotion, but not the kind the producers envisioned.
This video leaves me scared. The shoddy tactic of linking beautiful innocent children
with Obama, the deceptive tone of mass adoration and the patently professional production
values scream 'mass manipulation.' Again, you decide.
The good news is, it appears that the left has lost its stranglehold on deciding
what information reaches the average Joe. Sites like You Tube make it extremely
difficult to get away with airbrushing facts. The truth of these videos could very
well be just the solution the American people need. Which is why they're dangerous.
Supply the American people with the facts and they could decide to ignore the politicians
and come up with their own solutions.
Nancy Morgan is a columnist and news editor for
She lives in South Carolina