Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Google MISINFORMATION ON THE CRISIS IN CÔTE D'IVOIRE

GoogleMISINFORMATION ON THE CRISIS IN CÔTE D'IVOIRE Part 1
Tyranny and its lies
Bernard DESGAGNÉ
Chronicle Bernard Desgagné
Tuesday, April 26, 2011 5045 visits 18 Posts


"The error does not become truth because it spreads and multiplies, the truth does not become error because nobody sees it. "- Gandhi


The ordeal that big oil and profits hungry capitalists inflict on the Ivorian people is a huge injustice that is all the more intolerable it occurs in the indifference of much of my fellow Quebecers. For nearly five months, despite all my efforts and my personal efforts to raise awareness especially among politicians and the media, I watch helplessly Ivorians, admirable resistance, fighting alone against the masters of world's money and the guns their servants. I cry and I wake up at night hearing them moan, call for help.


A multitude of blogs, Facebook pages, Twitter channels and websites Ivorian and African countries are covered by cries of outrage and screams of pain easily offset by the deafening noise of the Western war machine. Barely audible, the wailing of the victims of Duékoué, Gagnoa, San Pedro and Abidjan and the rest of the Côte d'Ivoire are lost in the cyber abyss, while greedily vampires who drink the blood of Africans quietly are perpetrating their crimes under a deluge of media-lies. Have you noticed the silence of the CBC since the case was allegedly sorted? Have you noticed how this band of journalists hired stands quite quiet since the removal of Laurent Gbagbo by the French, who delivered him to a gross bleak so might be humiliated and detained with his wife, Simone?


However, the rebels continued their massacres, enjoy impunity and even kill themselves, which is very embarrassing for the CBC, who had Alassane Ouattara as the big Democrat named as the winner by the "international community". The federal election came on time, Radio-Canada has changed the subject. She loses interest in the conflict when it comes to thousands of deaths. What a contrast with what happened between December and March! Radio-Canada we were so accustomed to the few hundred deaths statistics more or less fictitious from the UN to condemn Laurent Gbabo of all evil.