We’ll just point you to Maetenloch, because he does a great job of dissecting the latest hit job performed by the Washington Compost on the reputation of Officer Darren Wilson, whom the media have already found guilty of cold-bloodedly gunning down a tiny choir boy who was on his knees, pleading for his life.
So, after the Prozi Propagandists of the Washington Compost got done digging and digging in an effort to find out how Officer Wilson got to be such a horrible, murderous person (because that’s already established fact, according to the “media”), what did they find?
That his mother got divorced twice, she once got sentenced to probation and he once worked for a department that had a bad rep. All of which must, must be Officer Wilson’s fault, of course.
(Just don’t ever as much as suggest that black kids growing up fatherless in a culture of crime and dependency thanks to Democrat Socialist policies might in the slightest influence on the poor tykes as they grow up, because RAYCISSSSSSSSSSS!!!!)
His service record, on the other hand? Spotless. Nothing. Zip. Nada. Not even the libel and slander merchants of the Compost could find one iota, even after devoting all of their considerable resources to digging up evidence for the prosecution.
His Imperial Majesty thinks it’s about time that the “free press” gets hauled up on charges and sued out of existence, their every last employee sentenced to a lifetime of hard labor with no parole, because frankly we’re getting sick and tired of this shit.
Is it legitimate journalism to look into a party to a conflict, a big news story? Certainly. If you look into BOTH parties.
But kindly note that whereas no detail of Officer Wilson’s life is too small for the Compost and their Prozi “journalist” partners in crime to blow out of proportions, it’s still VERBOTEN to mention that the “utterly innocent choir boy ‘child’, Michael Brown”, was a 6’4″, 300lb thug caught on tape committing assault and robbery, roughing up a little old man a third his size.
Nope. Can’t mention that. Irrelevant. Did you know that Officer Wilson once returned a library book three days late?
Three. Days. Late!
Think we’re exaggerating?
Let’s get the obvious out of the way first: That choice of words was a regrettable mistake. In saying that the 18-year-old Michael Brown was “no angel” in the fifth paragraph of Monday’s front-page profile, The Times seems to suggest that this was, altogether, a bad kid.
That’s the New York Slimes apologizing for calling a 300lb, 6’4″ violent robber “no angel” and thus suggesting that he might be a “bad kid.”
Sure, heaven forbid anybody should suggest that somebody committing assault and robbery was a “bad kid”, that kind of shit is just unforgivable!
But slandering the reputation of an officer based on no evidence at all (as opposed to closed circuit camera footage which, even in the most Prozi of locales of our country, would be considered “evidence”), leaving said officer with no hopes of a fair and speedy trial if it comes to a trial, is perfectly OK.
But let’s don’t be beastly to the Germans.
Are background stories important in cases such as this one where we have a lot of he-said, she-said? They are, to be sure. But it would be at least halfway decent if such stories were, we don’t know, a bit fair and balanced in nature. But we can’t expect that in the Prozi States of America, just ask George Zimmerman and too many other examples to count.
As to the case itself? We don’t know, we weren’t there, and neither were you.
Although we do find it at least somewhat interesting that none of the allegations made by the anti-Wilson crowd have been borne out by facts. We mean, isn’t it interesting how not a single one of those shots to the back of Brown went through his actual back? How his “friend” stated unequivocally that Officer Wilson man-handled a thug twice his size with one arm stuck out of the window of his patrol car? Things like those?
It really doesn’t matter, does it?
The “press” and the criminal thugs running our government have made abundantly sure by now that we’ll never know the actual truth of what went down that night.
And if we do, against all odds, find the truth, the Prozi “media” have made a blood oath to make sure it never gets heard of again.
The land of the fee, the home of the slave.
UPDATE: Here’s the Prozi Media’s version of “fair and balanced”, a background piece on Michael Brown in the very same Washington Compost that went to any length short of suborning perjury, devoting considerable resources to slandering officer Wilson:
Brown loved music even as a young child. Ophelia Troupe, his art teacher for five years in elementary school, remembers a reserved, polite little boy — he’d always respond “yes ma’am” or “no ma’am.” He kept to himself but lit up when she’d play her son’s beats — which make up the backbone of hip-hop and rap songs — in class as a reward if the students behaved.
Pardon us, but we just threw up in our mouth. That’s just a very, very short excerpt of the Compost’s hagiography, but we warn you ahead of time: Reading the whole thing might give you diabetes and it’s certain to make you wonder why they didn’t just phone the Vatican right away and suggest that Brown be canonized this very instant.