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Monday, February 24, 2014

Government monitors the media? Pay no attention!


TALK SHOW GUEST:
Marius Forte’
Author (with Sam Sorbo)

CONTACT:
617-271-5044/
Chuck Morse/chuckmorse4@gmail.com

Issues covered by Marius Forte:
Presidents Who Thanked GOD 
Link: http://awhigmanifesto.blogspot.com/2013/11/presidents-who-thanked-god.html 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Government monitors the media? Pay no attention!
Marius Forte, international executive, Austrian native and the author of The Answer: Proof of God in Heaven imagines a conversation between President Obama and French President Francoise Hollande. Obama: How is it working out for you? Hollande:  Not so good. Obama: Great, I will try the same.

Regarding the FCC George Soros funded trial balloon to set up government monitors at media outlets Forte tells the following story:

If a man in the middle of the night tries to break into a house, but finds the front door locked, then tries the back door and can't make his way in there either, Suddenly a neighbor shines a big spotlight onto him and asks him what he is doing there? He answers: no we're good, all is OK.

Well the intention was clearly to break into the house, he just got caught in the middle of the action, but we know that he is a criminal.

The very same holds true with Obama and the FCC.

The very fact that they wanted to monitor our news networks tells the entire story of their mindsets. Remember...a communist takes offence over any kind of plurality of thought.
Even though the official name of East Germany was the DDR. The German Democratic Republic, they had 0 democracy and it was one of the most repressive totalitarian regimes. 

Many fractions of the democrats in the US remind me of that state. 


They call themselves democratic, but they are offended by any kind of plurality of expression. Hence, they try to dislocate our constitution and monitor news organizations.


                              
BIO:

Marius Forte’:
Born in Vienna, he traveled and worked extensively throughout Europe,
most of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, exploring religions, cultures
and political systems.  He is a practicing Catholic. 

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