Tainted News

CNN is the most biased news network there is online..

It is tragic; I have long been an ardent fan of keeping my homepage to CNN to read the latest world news, but that was before Islamophobia took over.

Now, it seems that if an article does not attack islam in some way or another, it is not fit for news. And as Russel Peters said, the media glorifies and objectifies. They steer you toward conclusions. Show you a picture of a woman crying over a body, and immediately shift the next scene to some bearded fanatic.

Compare the following two articles:
Strangers give Bolivian boy walk of life a glorifying advert for christianity.
Unraveling the case of confessed terrorist Bryant Vinas a story with more holes in it than Swiss Cheese.

Do not get me wrong, I have nothing against Christianity.

I am against tailoring stories to pull a veil over the publics eyes. The first story goes on to describe how a group of self sacrificing, christian missionaries went beyond all calls of duty to help a Bolivian boy with a rare disease to walk again.

The second story, is a detailed diary of how a low-life CNN-journalist spends his time following a bogus story. The story has no facts, no quotes, nothing, purely hear-say and speculation.

CNN neglects to mention how the King of Saudi Arabia has a dedicated team of surgeons for all cases of siamese twins, and all the other good that Islam advocates.

No, CNN tends to focus on stories such as:
Karachi airport stops man with circuits in shoes
Peaceful preaching inside, violent message outside a New York mosque

Not to mention that CNN has a disgusting habit of having people put in their 2 cents worth on every news article, just reading the comments makes me sick to my stomach at times. You have people ignorant to the principles of Islam attacking it and calling muslims all sorts of names. Freedom of speech right?


CNN has lost all credibility with me, as of this day, my new homepage shall be http://www.bbc.co.uk/ or simply http://www.bbc.com/ for short.

Damn you CNN, and your biased cronies. 

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