In yesterdays article ‘Cowards & Useful Idiots’ I described the manipulation of the news media, described as ‘fair and balanced’ reporting about Islam. Here’s a follow up from Pamela:
For years now, I have been exposing the islamization and palestinianization of news media and journalism. In January 2010, I wrote about the brainwashing ofÂ the Society of Professional Journalists and why we never get the real story.
TheÂ Society of Professional JournalistsÂ (SPJ) issuedÂ this directiveÂ a couple of weeks after 9/11; for sheer propaganda, their “Diversity Guidelines” are hard to beat. In fact, the enemy who attacked our country in an attempt to bring it down may just as well have been writing the narrative.
The “guidelines,” adopted at the Society’s national convention on October 6, 2001, urge journalists to “take steps against racial profiling in their coverage of the war on terrorism and to reaffirm their commitment to use language that is informative and not inflammatory.”
Yesterday Robert further exposed the curriculum in a post outlining howÂ two American universities teach journalists how to be even more obsequious and fawning towards Islam and Muslims.
After some digging, reader Kamala found that “in addition to the online course, a version with more readings and analysis called ‘Islam on Main Street’ is offered through WSU’s Center for Distance Education.”
What is Islam on Main Street?
Islam on Main Street is a self-directed course for reporters â€“ and aspiring reporters â€“ covering Muslim communities in America. Veteran international journalist Lawrence Pintak is now dean of The Edward R. Murrow at Washington State University. He joins forces with other experts on Islam to provide fast, accurate and unbiased information about religion, culture and the many issues local reporters encounter when covering Muslim communities in their backyard. The course is divided into short, straightforward modules designed for the generalist on deadline.
This course can be foundÂ here. The links have been scrubbed, which is the way they attempt to cover their hoof prints, but the caches are there.