Sunday, December 18, 2005


A reader criticized as unfair a post which labeled the 16,000 or so news gatekeepers of the MSM Enemies of Freedom. However the publication by the MSM of stolen state secrets to the enemy removes any uncertainty - the writers hate our culture and seek its destruction. That makes them traitors.

Here's the president:
Mr. Bush also expressed outrage that someone leaked to the New York Times information about a National Security Agency (NSA) program to eavesdrop on Americans suspected of communicating with al Qaeda operatives overseas.

"The existence of this secret program was revealed in media reports, after being improperly provided to news organizations," he said. "As a result, our enemies have learned information they should not have, and the unauthorized disclosure of this effort damages our national security and puts our citizens at risk."

Of course terrorists expect their phone calls and emails may be intercepted by the NSA, but they also know that it's impossible for the NSA to review each of the zillions of calls and emails sent each day, and that encryption will red flag their message. So, when they're prepared, they use simple phrase codes.

But when a ring is busted, codes may not be pre-agreed, so real communication has to occur. If the NSA knows who to listen to, the communication is intercepted and quite probably lives are saved.

The New York Times has now revealed who is being targeted and how, so they will switch channels, and next time the bombs may get through.

So the MSM that pontificated endlessly about the "outing" of a worthless CIA cube monkey is now acting as a mouthpiece for individuals who have revealed real state secrets and put real American lives at risk

Enemies of freedom is too mild a term for the MSM. Traitors fits the bill.