Thursday, March 10, 2011
Today, we praise Allen Funt. For those of you too young to know the name, he created a hidden camera TV show called "Candid Camera" way back in 1948. It's goal: "To catch you in the act of being yourself."
Today, cameras are much smaller and easier to hide...which is how conservative activist James O'Keefe managed to record a cheery and enthusiastic torrent of hate speech from the President of the NPR Foundation, Ron Schiller, who believed he was privately chatting with two men offering a $5 million dollar donation from a group closely linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.
During the chummy, dinner table conversation, Schiller described the Tea Party movement as "anti-intellectual, white, middle America, gun-toting, fundamental Christian" types who are "seriously racist people" and who have "hijacked" the Republican party. After making these accusations of racism, Schiller then said he was proud that NPR recently fired Juan Williams - their only black air personality. And sensing that he was on a roll with his new Islamic best buds, Schiller enthused that there is no "Zionist" influence at NPR, nor any support for Israel among NPR's major donors and supporters, unlike other media outlets which he implied were controlled by Jews.
Happily, there has been fallout from all of this. Schiller has either been fired or simply chosen to leave his high-paying position, depending on whether you believe his statements or those of the damn Jew-controlled mainstream media.
And his boss, Vivian Schiller - who fired NPR's only black commentator for admitting that Muslims in religious garb make him slightly nervous on plane flights, and sneered that Williams needed psychiatric help - has also had her sudden "resignation" (cough, cough) accepted by NPR's board of directors. In the interim, Schiller's position will be filled by Joyce Slocum, NPR's alleged Chief Ethics Officer and General Counsel, who clearly has been doing a bang-up job of advising on All Things Ethical.
But why are heads rolling now? Because Congress has to cut the budget...and a very easy cut will be the $450 million tax dollars that have been going to support arrogant, distorted hate speech which attacks the very Americans NPR is supposed to be serving..
We hope those cuts will be coming soon, because an ugly and anti-American mindset is clearly ingrained in the NPR corporate culture. And just because two of the whores are gone is no reason to keep funding the bordello.
Update 4:15 pm - James O'Keefe has now released a new audio recording, in which NPR's new interim director is named as the the legal counsel who would be preparing documents allowing the "pro-Shariah law Muslims" to hide their $5 million dollar contribution from potential government audits and oversight. Ouch!