Friday, March 19, 2010

A perfect match: ABC and Amanpour

Islamofascist-oblivious ABC hires Islamofascist-promoter Amanpour.  Amanpour is best known for her recent CNN series on Islam “God’s Warriors”, where she portrayed that fascist ideology as just another persecuted religion.  A perfect matchup for ABC’s new Islamic-morphing logo.IMGP6495_edited-1
Christiane Amanpour has been named the new anchor of "This Week," ABC News President David Westin announced today.

"I am delighted to announce that Christiane Amanpour will join ABC News as the new anchor of "This Week," Westin said in an e-mail to the ABC News staff. "A highly respected journalist recognized around the world for her reporting, she brings to her new position a wealth of experience and knowledge, as well as a deep commitment to bringing news of the world to the American people."
Westin said Amanpour will appear on other ABC News programs and platforms to provide international analysis on the issues of the day, as well as anchor primetime documentaries on international subjects for the network.
This may be a partial explanation of Amanpour’s outlook on life:
Shortly after her birth in London, her father Mohammad – an Iranian airline executive – and her British mother Patricia, moved the family to Tehran. [Wikipedia]
Right after 9-11, Amanpour explained to the world that the word “Islam” means “peace” when in fact it means “submission.” But most of the media bought her well-placed deception.
Expect more of the same Islamic hocus pocus from ABC.
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Amanpour in September 2011 had Islamic supremacist stealth moderate Reza Aslan on her show along with Robert Spencer.  She made sure things went Aslan's way during the interview.  Read halfway down this link to the point begining with "Note also the "objectivity" of "journalist" Amanpour, who promised him he would have an opportunity to smear me."  Amanpour's pro-Islam, pro-stealth Jihad agenda becomes apparent.  Amanpour is clearly "one of the them" - one of this nation's seditionists.

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