Monday, May 10, 2010

Launching of a 'Herculean PR' campaign

Way back in November, when writing about a trial for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in New York City, little did I know at that time I was posting the picture of a future terrorist perpetrator.

Right on cue, the leftist American media predictably picked up on terrorist organization's public relations moves and ran with 'the story.'
Within hours major media outlets were painting the picture of a young man, whose only crime was to seek the 'American Dream,' only to have his world and dreams shattered by the likes of that sinister former President, George W. Bush.
Faisal Shahzad, a naturalized U.S. citizen and Connecticut resident, bumbling and stumbling through a Times Square bombing attack gone bad, was well on his way to becoming the poster child for a pathetic excuse for news organizations in this country.
Brian Williams, NBC's newsman extraordinaire, appearing on the David Letterman Show, nearly had viewers in tears, describing how Shahzad's disappointments surely lead to his alleged attempt to strike back at a society which treated him so badly. Within minutes, Williams was so convincing in his description of this poor soul, I personally was prepared to muster the troops and mount a countrywide campaign, raising bail bond to 'spring' this dejected broken man.
And so, the PR campaign has begun--no longer will we see the likes of 'the old Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.' Be prepared to see a cleaner, homogenized version of disgruntled deliverers of man caused disaster.
Check your local listings for time and channel when people like Shahzad, will be occupying the guest seat on Letterman's Show. Not a tough act to follow when the seat is still warm from Williams visit. Who knows, next week Omar Sharif may even make an appearance.

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