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Posted 31 October 2019 - 01:43 PM

NPR Praises Terrorist Baghdadi: 'He Was a Real Leader,' 'A Movement We've Never Seen Before'
By Steven Ahle
October 28, 2019
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It seems that the WaPo isn't the only fan of terrorists. NPR is also onboard in their praise for a rabid murderer. They convened a panel consisting of Host Lulu Garcia-Navarro, NPR reporters Greg Myre, Tamara Keith, and Daniel Estrin about Baghdadi. They actually praised him as a great leader who built a great organization known as ISIS. Don't laugh. You tax dollars pay for these buffoons to be on the air. The entire station is FAR left-wing and should be cut out of federal funding. They praised the fact that they were able to draw terrorists from all over the world.

What have they said about Baghdadi that couldn't be said about Hitler, Genghis Khan, or Attila the Hun? Are they all heroic too? Myre said: "And led this group that had done something we'd never seen before. This isn't the end of ISIS, but he was a real leader." It's not somebody that they can just appoint somebody else; take over, and the movement continues."

From Breitbart News

"He led a movement that we've never seen before," Myre said. "ISIS had tens of thousands of members, fighters, coming in from all over the world."

"They controlled massive amounts of territory — in Eastern Syria and Western and Northern Iraq," Myre said, adding ISIS had "millions of people under their control."

"They administered cities, they collected taxes," Myre said.

"They had this incredible online recruit presence in terms of spreading propaganda; recruiting followers," Myre said. "This is a guy that sort of emerged on the scene."

"His leadership was critical," said Myre, who finally admitted that the terrorist's death was "definitely a major blow to the Islamic State."

(snip)

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Posted 31 October 2019 - 04:17 PM

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Posted 31 October 2019 - 05:31 PM

They just can’t help themselves...




...from being dushbags.
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Posted 31 October 2019 - 10:01 PM

View PostRedSoloCup, on 31 October 2019 - 04:17 PM, said:

#Defund

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The CPB should have disappeared DECADES ago...
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View PostMTP Reggie, on 31 October 2019 - 01:43 PM, said:

NPR Praises Terrorist Baghdadi: 'He Was a Real Leader,' 'A Movement We've Never Seen Before'
By Steven Ahle
October 28, 2019
davidharrisjr.com

<More NOT The Babylon Bee Here>

It seems that the WaPo isn't the only fan of terrorists. NPR is also onboard in their praise for a rabid murderer. They convened a panel consisting of Host Lulu Garcia-Navarro, NPR reporters Greg Myre, Tamara Keith, and Daniel Estrin about Baghdadi. They actually praised him as a great leader who built a great organization known as ISIS. Don't laugh. You tax dollars pay for these buffoons to be on the air. The entire station is FAR left-wing and should be cut out of federal funding. They praised the fact that they were able to draw terrorists from all over the world.

What have they said about Baghdadi that couldn't be said about Hitler, Genghis Khan, or Attila the Hun? Are they all heroic too? Myre said: "And led this group that had done something we'd never seen before. This isn't the end of ISIS, but he was a real leader." It's not somebody that they can just appoint somebody else; take over, and the movement continues."

From Breitbart News

"He led a movement that we've never seen before," Myre said. "ISIS had tens of thousands of members, fighters, coming in from all over the world."

"They controlled massive amounts of territory — in Eastern Syria and Western and Northern Iraq," Myre said, adding ISIS had "millions of people under their control."

"They administered cities, they collected taxes," Myre said.

"They had this incredible online recruit presence in terms of spreading propaganda; recruiting followers," Myre said. "This is a guy that sort of emerged on the scene."

"His leadership was critical," said Myre, who finally admitted that the terrorist's death was "definitely a major blow to the Islamic State."

(snip)

<More NOT The Babylon Bee Here>

Loopy Lu Granola-Knott-head, Gruge Mired in da Mud Dumb-A*&, Tamara Keith (Never trust anyone with two first names), and Daniel Estrin (Really...Estrin :biglaugh: Bet he got called Estrogen in high school/college!) NPR has not only gone off the rails but off the friggin planet!
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