Sunday, January 03, 2010

Jesus Never Denied the Holocaust!!!

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Chomsky wrote many books that say the same thing.

Jesus wrote one book that says everything. Moreover, he never denied the Holocaust.

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Sunday, January 03, 2010
"I'm surprised the mainstream media is so full of itself..."


Vocal 'Stossel' isn't docile: Fox series to reflect his libertarian views

By Richard Huff
DAILY NEWS TV EDITOR

Monday, December 7th 2009, 4:00 AM

John Stossel's Fox series will begin with shows on global warming, health care and 'Atlas Shrugged,' the Ayr Rand novel celebrating capitalism.

John Stossel says he's gotten used to being an outcast of sorts around the TV world for the libertarian, small-government thrust of his views - and - stories when he was at ABC News.

"You try to argue with people, your feelings get hurt, and then you develop a thicker skin," he says just days before the start of his new show, "Stossel," Thursday at 8 p.m. on the Fox Business Network.

"A couple of years ago, someone came up to me on the street and said, 'Are you John Stossel,'" he recalls. "I said yes. He said, 'I hope you die soon.'"

Stossel hasn't died, of course. He joined FBN in October after 28 years at ABC News' "20/20."

At ABC, he was allowed to express his opinions and did a lot of specials on topics dear to him, yet he wanted to do more.

Since joining Fox, he's turned up as an analyst during the Fox News Channel's daytime and prime-time programming.

This week, though, he gets a chance to flex his libertarian muscles with a consumer issues show that's all his.

"I'm feeling nervous, and learning a new skill," Stossel says. "For most of my career, I've written a script and carefully edited the picture to it. In this job, I'll be doing more live."

He's got the first three episodes planned out, he says. They'll look at the book "Atlas Shrugged," global warming and health care.

Stossel makes no secret of his strong opinions, and says he doesn't think he's ever hidden them. But, he says, he did notice a difference in the way people reacted to him - fellow journalists - when he switched from reporting on bad business to bad government.

"I'm surprised the mainstream media is so full of itself, and so biased, and so unwilling to acknowledge bias," Stossel says.

Stossel says he's never thought about changing his approach because "discovering the benefits of economic freedom is so important to me" and "the fact that the mainstream media doesn't get it doesn't mean someone shouldn't."

Quinnipiac University professor Richard Hanley says Stossel's libertarian move is not shtick.

"His record shows that he authentically believes in the sanctity of markets. His opening program will celebrate the patron saint of unfettered capitalism, Ayn Rand, and her book 'Atlas Shrugged,'" Hanley says.

"That will set the tone for a show that will feature a simple good versus evil confrontation, pitting heroic entrepreneurial impulses ... against an anonymous government apparatus seeking to destroy it."

Stossel says he likes when people write and say his work has made them think in a different way about a topic.

"At Fox, I get fewer negative ones," he admits. "They usually say, 'You corporate shill, you corporate tool, you corporate apologizer.'"

rhuff@nydailynews.com

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John Stossel says he's gotten used to being an outcast of sorts around the TV world for the libertarian, small-government thrust of his views - and - stories when he was at ABC News.

"You try to argue with people, your feelings get hurt, and then you develop a thicker skin," he says just days before the start of his new show, "Stossel," Thursday at 8 p.m. on the Fox Business Network.

"A couple of years ago, someone came up to me on the street and said, 'Are you John Stossel,'" he recalls. "I said yes. He said, 'I hope you die soon.'"

Stossel hasn't died, of course. He joined FBN in October after 28 years at ABC News' "20/20."

The first few "wish you would die" comments do sting a bit. Eventually you come to love them. You know you're making an impact. Love the Hate John. It's your friend. So far Fox Business is not available in Canada. Because the CRTC knows best.

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Comments

A life time manipulater of "manufactured consent" moving the station of the masters of misinformation.
To understand Manufactured consent you have to either read walter lippmanns book or listen to professor chomsky very eloquently explain it on you tube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJuqoDvyXOk&feature=PlayList&p=7EC5577EB110524B&index=0&playnext=1
Once you listen to Chomsky, and assuming you understand what it is he is saying, then shame on you if the media ever leads you around again.
If you let the media shape your opinions like obviously the author of the story does than you truly don't have an opinion worth sharing.

Posted by: Vegan Lobo | 2010-01-03 2:33:04 PM

Chomsky = Ally of Holocaust Deniers.

Stossel = right on the money. Why can't more of you people be like him - reasonable, compelling and sound. Defending a drug dealer like Emery ruins your credibility.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2010-01-03 2:37:44 PM

Noam Chomsky is not a denier of the holocaust, I posted information to disprove your misinformation campaign against the worlds most intllegent of intellectuals last nite. Noam Chomsky is Jewish, and is a champion of the palestinian cause for several decades. I have no doubt John Stossel and others misinformed you on Chomsky and his position on Isreal. What's the point of pointing out how your whitewashed opinion, is pro israel propaganda,the party line, or manufactured consent
Please for your own sake Zeb, never compare someone like John stossel with the greatest living intellectual in the world. Experience the man on you tube. he is far better for you to listen to than jesus, probably by more than 1,000,000,000 times better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ghoXQxdk6s&feature=related

conversation with Noam Chomsky

Posted by: Vegan Lobo | 2010-01-03 4:01:07 PM

1000 000 000 times? wow. that's alota times.

Posted by: shel | 2010-01-03 4:08:37 PM

...hell, not just 1000 000 000 times, but "probably by more than 1000 000 000 times"!

...i wonder by how much more.

Posted by: shel | 2010-01-03 4:29:54 PM

1000 000 000 times? wow. that's alota times.

Posted by: shel | 2010-01-03 4:08:37 PM

I have been to your page and its nothing but derivative alarmest fluff garbage, whitewashed and then repackaged propaganda, its no wonder the readership is Zero.
Wouldn't a person who fancied himself a writer, write something different from everybody else?
I hate to be mean but if more listened to this man, they would learn how to form opinions all their own.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10rTPSSmOFw

Noam Chomsky- Evan soloman interview VIEW IT FOR YOUR OWN GOOD

Posted by: Better than Jesus | 2010-01-03 4:35:41 PM

i've read more Chomsky than you've eaten meals, little man. he's an optimistic child (as if Israel and Palestine could could merge into one nation).

...why do you little guys watch youtube rather than read books? name one Chomsky book without googling?

...i knew you couldn't do it.

Posted by: shel | 2010-01-03 4:56:51 PM

If a conservative or right-wing politician wrote an introduction for a Holocaust denial book like Chomsky did, his/her reputation would be destroyed. I see no reason why he should not suffer the same fate. There is no reason why any academic ought to be involved with people like them, Ontarians excepted because they thrive on stupidity. I'd rather listen to Jesus than Chomsky - at least he made sense and did something for the betterment of humanity and knowledge.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2010-01-03 5:16:25 PM

Perhaps he should be thankful that he got such comments instead of being attacked with an axe or having his throat slit.

Too bad that so many people to-day cannot debate intelligently without being controlled by their feelings and emotions. The moment feelings and emotion enter, reason departs.

Posted by: Alain | 2010-01-03 5:57:49 PM

John Stossel says he's gotten used to being an outcast of sorts around the TV world for the libertarian, small-government thrust of his views

Stossel = right on the money. Why can't more of you people be like him - reasonable, compelling and sound. Defending a drug dealer like Emery ruins your credibility.

Sorry, not being fluent in conservative double think, what is libertarian, small gov't , reasonable, compelling and sound about putting someone behind bars for selling seeds?

Posted by: phil | 2010-01-03 7:01:17 PM

talk is cheap Shel, relay anything you read in a Chomsky book without googling it.

Youtube gives an observer no room for misinterpretation like you are currently displaying apparently after reading his works.
Your claims to have read Chomsky is I am guessing a lie, as is your site. Remarks about Israel/Palestine reflects your depth, almost zilch.
Face it Shel, you are no journalist in the true sense of the word, you are too busy defending others notions.

Posted by: Better than Jesus | 2010-01-03 7:17:46 PM

I'd rather listen to Jesus than Chomsky - at least he made sense and did something for the betterment of humanity and knowledge.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2010-01-03 5:16:25 PM

If Chomsky doesn't make sense to you what does that say about you? The man could not speak in an easier to understand way. I think I can successfully argue that Noam chomsky has caused far less damage than the jesus doctrine, so I challenge you to prove how jesus is responsible for the betterment of mankind or knowledge, in comparison to say anybody else on earth. please enlighten us so I can discredit your weak fallacy arguments for the purpose of shutting up an idiot.

Posted by: Better than Jesus | 2010-01-03 7:27:21 PM

Chomsky wrote many books that say the same thing.

Jesus wrote one book that says everything. Moreover, he never denied the Holocaust.

No wonder Chomsky is so popular in Ontario.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2010-01-03 7:31:48 PM

Jesus wrote nothing, where have you been?

Posted by: Better than Jesus | 2010-01-03 8:17:55 PM

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