Come on slimestream, report the news

UPI - ...The alleged e-mails between Army Maj. Nidal Hasan and Anwar al-Awlaki intensified in the months before the Nov. 5 attack that killed 13 people, two sources close to the investigation told The Washington Post in a story published Saturday. The two men discussed in "cryptic and coded exchanges" how to transfer money overseas in ways that would not attract law enforcement attention, an unidentified source told The Post, adding Hasan "clearly became more radicalized toward the end." The FBI monitored the e-mails but did not forward them to the military, government and congressional sources told The Post. Al-Awlaki, a Yemeni cleric who once lived in the United States, is considered by U.S. officials to be an al-Qaida supporter.
Apart from the above and in the Washington Post, you can't find this news in any of the other outlets, it's not even mentioned in broadcast news anymore. They started by saying it could have been an amazonian pygmy, then weaseled on to stress from the war the bastards never fought it and it's too early to say anything, islam=peace, hasan was such a beautiful person and now it's just complete silence. The media have made the assumption that we all don't give a damn any more and would prefer the story of the dog that chased the moving car last week in Mombasa, Africa.

Here's another story that the slimestream media have been silent on for a few days at least. Sort of like an inconvenient truth. I saw this story first over at Crusader Rabbit.
FOX News - Hackers broke into the servers at a prominent British climate research center and leaked years worth of e-mail messages onto the Web, including one with a reference to a plan to "hide the decline" in temperatures. The Internet is abuzz about the leaked data from the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit (commonly called Hadley CRU), which has acknowledged the theft of 61MB of confidential data. Climate change skeptics describe the leaked data as a "smoking gun," evidence of collusion among climatologists and manipulation of data to support the widely held view that climate change is caused by the actions of mankind.
Again, it's not in any of our local media outlets, just on a few international ones and mainly on the blogosphere. While I'm on this subject, I wanted to point my fellow Aussies to a petition that one of our politicians in the Senate is running. Barnaby Joyce has been against the carbon tax that our prime minister and his gaggle of socialist turkeys want to foist upon the Australian taxpayers. Below is the text from his website.
To the Honourable President and members of the Senate in Parliament assembled:

The petition of the undersigned shows that we object to Australia adopting an Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) and the Copenhagen Treaty as foreshadowed by the Rudd Government.

Your petitioners ask that the Senate reject the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme.
Sign the Petition. Get on there folks, they want to tax us even more, time to push back.

Spread the word on the above news stories folks and contact your media outlets, send them emails and such, tell them about the stories and dare them to report on it, if nothing else, they'll at least read them and know that we're not all dumb schmucks who blindly swallow whatever they decide to give us.

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