A Chance For the Media to Show Some Integrity
Today's media is arrogant, ignorant, sleazy and too stupid to even hide their bias, which makes it hysterically funny that The Guardian is claiming that the US media is not being respectful enough to the anti war crowd. Technically they are giving someone the unchallenged opportunity to say it for them but let's not split hairs.) In reality, the only way the US media could be any more anti-war is by wearing suicide vests to White House press conferences. But then those folks at The Guardian have been smoking plastic wrap for some time now.
But what I really wanted to post about is this:
International Women's Day in Tehran - March 8 th
The international media is being invited to cover this event.
Date: March 8th, 2006
Time: 16:30 p.m.Place: Laleh Park, Tehran
If they can pry themselves away from their personal agendas and biases and suppress their tendency to not criticize anyone who might be anti-American long enough to report on this I will be almost impressed. I hope that on March 9th I will be able to link to this post and congratulate the media for showing some modicum of integrity. I will need to see the event covered on NBC nightly news and prominently displayed on several Internet sites of major mainstream media organizations like BBC and CNN.
We shall see.