Editorials on Recent Events

Jared Loughner and the Propaganda of the Left

[Because many internet sites are continually changing, all of the links below are to screenshots of the original web pages. Some whitespace is caused by flash media content which the screen capture program was not able to reproduce. -WRF]

There are many media outlets which have been trying very hard to identify the Arizona Shooter, Jared Loughner, with the "fringe right" or "neo-nazi" groups. Among such outlets are the Daily Mail (London), www. allyourtv. com, www. conspiracy. me, www. antifascistencyclopedia. com and even quite obscure sites such as my. firedoglake. com. They are all evidently clamoring to "blame Whitey". The infowars.com website has reported that Janet Napolitano of the DHS along with certain Fox News staff and others have connected Loughner to right-wing or conservative "extremist" or even "White Supremacist" groups.

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Jared Loughner Fake Facebook Pages

This Facebook page has turned out to be a fake. Along with this, several fake videos relating to the recent shootings perpetrated by Jared Loughner have also been produced. We apologize for initially having been mislead into thinking that this page was real - and not having investigated it for ourselves but rather having trusted certain associates.

However, once we did investigate Jared Loughner more thoroughly, it seems as though this page really was not very far from the truth, although it is highly exaggerated. It seems as though there is no mention anywhere of the women in Loughner's life - except for his mother, who is reported to be a jewess. His reading seems to be both right and left - if indeed he ever read Mein Kampf - yet he may be described more accurately as a liberal, pot-smoking hippy than a right-wing extremist. See our more recent article entitled Jared Loughner and the Propaganda of the Left.

In Sword Brethren's defense, he informed us that news agencies did originally report the Arizona shooter's name as Jared Laughner, and he is correct. We have verified as much from two sources, and facsimiles of their webpages are found here for the Huffington Post and Business Insider.


But wait, there's more (as if they had to go back and do one better)...

The first page was from an online source, a Pennsylvania news site. The second page is the one captured by Sword Brethren.