onsdag 4 december 2013

Soldat med muslimkvinna censurerad som farlig reklam - Rondellhundarna besöker USA

2013-12-02. Rondellhundarna besöker Times Square & USA. Hatkampanjer lanseras frekvent mot Islam och Muslimer med jättestora annonskampanjer i media och extremistdemonstrationer på Times Square utan större problem. Detta genomförs vanligtvis med pompa och ståt under parollen, "yttrandefrihet i USA & väst".
När en reklamfirma nyligen ville sälja produkter genom att sätta upp annonsen på bilden ovanför på Times Square, så blev det dock tvärstopp och censur genast...  "Rondellhundarnas" besök i USA blev tydligen ingen västlig s.k. "yttrandefrihet" att skryta om... Börjar censur och dubbelmoral bli den etablerade normen och moralen i dagens döende gammelmedia?  Tål att tänka på...

Censorship in Times Square

Publicerad den 2 dec 2013
RT's Anastasia Churkina takes a look at the latest example of censorship of a controversial ad in Times Square. How far is too far or should everything be game in the world of advertising, or has modern-day American society become too sensitive?

Soldat med muslimkvinna farlig reklam - Censur och dubbelmoral nutidens moral i media

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  1. -Electric Car Owner Arrested For Stealing 5 Cents Worth Of Power-

    December 5, 2013

    Source: Fast Company

    There's no such thing as a free lunch, or free electricity. That's the lesson Kaveh Kamooneh, the owner of a Nissan Leaf electric car, is learning after spending 15 hours in jail for plugging his car into a public school's outlet without asking.

    Kamooneh was picking his son up from tennis practice at Chamblee Middle School in Chamblee, Ga., when he plugged his Nissan Leaf into a 110-volt external outlet and let it charge "for about 20 minutes," he says. A little more than a week later, cops showed up and arrested Kamooneh, charging him with stealing from the county.

    The estimated worth of that stolen electricity? About five cents. But Sergeant Ernesto Ford of the Chamblee Police Department says what Kamooneh was stealing is irrelevant. "A theft is a theft," he told Atlanta's Channel 11 News. Kamooneh plans to fight the criminal charges.



  2. --Pentagon Changes Drone Strike Rules To Permit Bombing Civilians--

    December 5, 2013

    Source: Washington Times

    The Pentagon has loosened its guidelines on avoiding civilian casualties during drone strikes, modifying instructions from requiring military personnel to “ensure” civilians are not targeted to encouraging service members to “avoid targeting” civilians.

    In addition, instructions now tell commanders that collateral damage “must not be excessive” in relation to mission goals, according to Public Intelligence, a nonprofit research group that analyzed the military’s directives on drone strikes.

    “These subtle but important changes in wording provide insight into the military’s attempts to limit expectations in regards to minimizing collateral damage and predicting the lethal effects of military operations,” Public Intelligence said in a recent report.



  3. --Child Suspended From School For Miming Shooting An Arrow--

    December 5, 2013

    Source: Rutherford Institute

    FAWN GROVE, Pa.— The Rutherford Institute has come to the defense of a 10-year-old boy who was suspended under a school zero tolerance policy for shooting an imaginary “arrow” at a fellow classmate, using nothing more than his hands and his imagination. Johnny Jones, a fifth grader at South Eastern Middle School, was suspended for a day and threatened with expulsion under the school’s weapons policy after playfully using his hands to draw the bowstrings on a pretend “bow” and “shoot” an arrow at a classmate who had held his folder like an imaginary gun and “shot” at Johnny. In coming to Jones’ defense, Rutherford Institute attorneys have asked Rona Kaufmann, Superintendent of the South Eastern School District in Fawn Grove, Pennsylvania, to rescind the suspension and remove all references to the incident from Jones’ permanent school record.

    “The Rutherford Institute has been called on to intervene in hundreds of cases like this involving young people who were suspended, expelled, and even arrested for violating school zero tolerance policies that criminalize childish behavior and punish all offenses severely, no matter how minor or non-threatening the so-called infraction may have been,” said John W. Whitehead, president of The Rutherford Institute and author of A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State. “We all want to keep the schools safe, but I’d far prefer to see something credible done about actual threats, rather than this ongoing, senseless targeting of imaginary horseplay.”

    The incident took place the week of October 14th, when fifth grader Johnny Jones asked his teacher for a pencil during class. [...]





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