"The Law is Inside Out, the World is Upside Down!"
And in another flip-twist upside down way of the media world deciding what is important and newsworthy, Skye wonders
if the New York Times will run 48 front page stories detailing the torture and murder of these soldiers? Will anyone on the left voice concern that the Geneva Convention and civil rights of these murdered heroes was NOT upheld by the terrorists?Of real torture, of the kind experienced by our soldiers, the way they ran 30 straight frontpage news articles in a month on the Abu Ghraib "tortures".
Laura Ingraham on O'Reilly tonight (video at ExposetheLeft.com), also brought up how human rights watch groups like International A.N.S.W.E.R has on its frontpage a big photo saying, "Close Guantanamo and other torture centers" without even a mention of the horrific deaths of Pfc. Kristian Menchaca and Pfc. Thomas L. Tucker, let alone denouncing the atrocities committed by the Islamic Jihadists. And on the Amnesty International website- both international and USA- there is not a mention. On the international, the top page has a headline about "Partners in Crime: Europe's Role in U.S. Renditions". And on the USA version, would it be too much to ask for even a mention somewhere? Apparently so. But you can certainly visit the website if you want to hear about the recent suicides at Guantanamo or perhaps sex trafficking at the World Cup.
Ingraham notes that their real agenda is "to blame America for everything that is going badly in the world."
Skye also had another post in which she points out the sheer inconsistency and bafflement that is the practice of those who engage in "selective peace protests".
It's left up to sites like this to point out who are the ones committing the real terror in the world.
Also: Michelle Malkin