White House Issues Press Release And Statements From President Obama For Michael Brown, But Not For Samantha Ramsey
Under The Radar Media
Aside from the obvious problem of having a enemy-occupied media, there is also the problem of the controlled media’s willingness to collude with its controlled assets within the enemy-occupied government, when convenient.
While it is not certain if the plan to “eventize” the shooting incident of Michael Brown (while downplaying similar events) came from the Obama Administration, or the Democratic National Committee(DNC), or some American intelligence agency, or from the smokey backroom of some major advertising agency, or some combination thereof, it is certain that the incident was intentionally manufactured to promote the idea of a nation-wide crisis.
This theory can be easily verified by examining the cases of the police shooting of Samantha Ramsey and the police shooting of Michael Brown. These were two similar incidents that happened just months apart from each other. The only two differences were that one of the victims was African-American and the other was Caucasian, and one incident was completely blown out of proportion and the other was mostly ignored. Interestingly enough, the Huffington Post let their readers know that the incident involving Samantha Ramsey was a “crime,” while the Michael Brown incident is “political” (see screenshot above).
On August 18, 2014 President Obama issued a statement on the shooting of Michael Brown and Ferguson, MO; announcing that his Justice Department was going to involved in the promotion of this event. Then on November 24, 2014, the president issued yet another statement on the Ferguson incident.
“As you know, a few moments ago, the grand jury deliberating the death of Samantha Ramsey issued its decision. It’s an outcome that, either way, was going to be subject of intense disagreement not only in Boone County, but across America. So I want to just say a few words suggesting how we might move forward.
First and foremost, we are a nation built on the rule of law. And so we need to accept that this decision was the grand jury’s to make. There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry. It’s an understandable reaction. But I join Samantha’s parents in asking anyone who protests this decision to do so peacefully. Let me repeat Samantha’s father’s words: “Hurting others or destroying property is not the answer. No matter what the grand jury decides, I do not want my daughter’s death to be in vain. I want it to lead to incredible change, positive change, change that makes the Boone County region better for everyone.” Samantha Ramsey’s parents have lost more than anyone. We should be honoring their wishes.
I also appeal to the law enforcement officials in Boone County and the region to show care and restraint in managing peaceful protests that may occur. Understand, our police officers put their lives on the line for us every single day. They’ve got a tough job to do to maintain public safety and hold accountable those who break the law. As they do their jobs in the coming days, they need to work with the community, not against the community, to distinguish the handful of people who may use the grand jury’s decision as an excuse for violence — distinguish them from the vast majority who just want their voices heard around legitimate issues in terms of how communities and law enforcement interact.
Under The Radar Media
Raw Story is the popular liberal news blog that is just to the left of the Huffington Post. It used to be a pretty decent source for quick news updates of the day, that is, until the election of President Barack Obama. It’s now just a propaganda arm of the Media Matters/Southern Poverty Law Center political correct mafia, and their stories are now primarily the typical far-left, Marxist and pro-homosexual agitation variety.
On November 25, 2014, Raw Story ran with a salacious local news item about a high school girl who stands accused of running a prostitution ring on Facebook. The screenshot below shows Raw Story editors using a Shutterstock image of a young Caucasian girl to portray seventeen year old suspect, Alexa Nicole De Armas.
The Shutterstock image used above brings to mind the type of young girl you see in a typical suburban neighborhood who shops with her yoga pants-wearing soccer Mom at the local Whole Foods. The actual photo of Alexa Nicole De Armas (shown in the screenshot below) shows that the image Raw Story wanted to plant in the minds of their readers is far from reality.
Why Raw Story routinely portrays criminal suspects who are non-white/people of color, as Caucasians via stock images, should at best raise serious questions about its journalist integrity. Too see a photo of the real suspect, all you had to do was click on the news link that Raw Story used in the article, or simply put “Alexa Nicole De Armas” into your favorite search engine, so perhaps Raw Story assumes their readers are either too lazy or too stupid to even do that. Maybe they are right!
Even more disturbing than Raw Story falsely portraying the perpetrator was reading through the comments section. Raw Story readers are mostly feminists, pro-homosexual heterosexuals, radical LGBT cultists and other assorted Marxist agitators so their comical assumptions and unsophisticated, childlike conclusions of news stories from imagined information based on their own politically correct bias is the order of the day. Raw Story readers routinely use gutter language involving toilet humor and sex, so a good number of them were applauding the fact that their (paraphrasing) standard, conservative-looking little White girl could get dirty and play in the gutter with the rest of the trendy sex-obsessed degenerates. They loved the fact that their lily-white criminal could be such an entrepreneurial individual, at such an early age, since prostitution is the world’s oldest profession and all.
The good thing about Raw Story is that the comments section is so heavily moderated and troll-infested that you can often shame the editors and other readers by simply noting that they are using stock photos of Caucasians to portray suspects of non-White heritage. To continue to appear credible and not raise suspicions with more intelligent readers, they may quickly remove the offending image and replace it with something more innocuous, but very rarely do they use the correct image.
Why Did The Police Shooting of Michael Brown Receive National Attention While The Police Shooting of Samantha Ramsey Did Not?
Victim: Samantha Rasey
Age (at time of death): 19
Brief synopsis of incident: The victim was with friends and was shot multiple times and killed after a questionable incident with a White police officer who claimed to have feared for his life. Most people in the United States and much of the Western world have probably never even heard of the shooting death of Samantha Ramsey. You can read about the case here and view the picture of the scratch Officer Brockman received on his foot which made him fear for his life and the lives of others.
Victim: Michael Brown
Age (at time of death): 18
Brief synopsis of incident: The victim was with a friend and was shot multiple and killed after a questionable encounter with a White police officer who claimed to have feared for his life. Most people in the Western world now know many details about the case, but for comparison’s sake, you can read a timeline here.
A Google News search for “Samantha Ramsey,” conducted on November 27, 2014 yielded only about 11,800 results. A Google News search for for “Michael Brown,” conducted on November 27, 2014 yielded about 179,000,000 results, or just over 150% more online news coverage. The White House released a statement on behalf of President Obama himself over the shooting death of Michael Brown, but there was no statement by the White House for the shooting death of Samantha Ramsey. Conclusion Obviously, there are problems with race, crime and police violence in America. However, due to the media’s selective reporting, their decisions to highlight specific incidents while downplaying and/or ignoring other incidents only highlights a truly sinister bias. One should question the obvious disparity in the coverage between the two events and begin to question why the people who control the media do what they do.
The worst thing about having an occupied media is that not only can the occupiers brag about owning and controlling the media, but they can also call you names (anti-semitic, racist, nazi etc) if you accuse them of what they openly admit to amongst themselves.
In July 2012, Under The Radar Media reported on a Times of Israel article entitled “Jews DO Control The Media,” written by Huffington Post blogger Elad Nehorai. The boldly titled article suggests that it was written in a very celebratory tone specifically for the very Jewish reader.
Nehorai’s bio from the Huffington Post is as follows:
Elad Nehorai is a writer living in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Five years ago, he became a religious Jew in the Chabad Hassidic community and has since written about his experience extensively, most recently in his blog Pop Chassid. You can find him on Twitter as @PopChassid and Facebook.
Soon after the article began to receive the scrutiny of readers outside of its intended audience, an editorial decision was made to obscure Nehorai’s name and replace it with the anonymous, and rather generic Jewish name of “Manny Friedman.” Although it is not entirely clear as to why the name of the article’s author was changed, a reasonable assumption could be Nehorai’s connection to the Chabad Lubavitch, a supremacist, Jewish order and religious cult with a global penetration.
Nehorai’s bio from the Chabad.org is as follows:
Elad Nehorai is an alumnus of Arizona State University and Mayanot yeshiva. You can find Elad wandering around America, gallivanting around Israel, or getting lost in the clouds. His favorite things to do include reading, writing and conversing with G-d.
Although the original article was removed, you can still find it on the Internet Archive. The original screenshot looked like this:
Even though it was copied and pasted by various bloggers all across the internet, the Times of Israel decided to completely remove the article from it’s archives altogether, as you can see by the screenshot below.
Partisan political forums and the comment section of most news websites are notorious for their “no talk” rules. The following screenshot was from a brief exchange on the progressive news blog Raw Story, where one commenter dared to discuss the video Six Million Jews – 1915 to 1938. The result of the mere mention of this video resulted in an immediate permaban by Chromatophore, one of Raw Story’s gatekeeping cyber-nannies. I wonder why Chromatophore and other internet forum moderators are so afraid of open discussion regarding this video, which contains no offensive, false or illegal content matter.
And following Chromatophore was Raw Story’s amen crowd:
TheSailor> Chromatophore •
Sometimes I wonder why the mods here make their decisions.
Not in this case.
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Mickey Bitsko> Guest •
I don’t know who’s more pathetic, the weirdo who concocted that video or you for believing him.
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