#1-11 http://www.eater.com/2015/7/6/8900557/11-things-you-didnt-know-about-anthony-bourdain #12 I'm making this thread to highlight some of the hypocrisy that exists in the establishment media and in this particular case CNN. In the links provided above you can get to know CNN contributor Anthony Bourdain a little better. Like how he is scared of clowns. Or how he considers himself to be a history buff. Or how he believes in the global ethnocide of all distinct cultures and the destruction of all unique identities. First off let me say how saddened I was when I saw that segment on Bourdains show. I was always a fan of Bourdain, I always watched his show, and I was always interested to see where he was going, what he was eating, and getting his unique take on the experience. I was sort of let down by his lack of vision and foresight, as well as his lack of confidence or belief in people. Also, the fact that Bourdain and this other guy are talking about this like humanity is the problem and they are the solution. Like without their efforts to, as Bourdain put it, "get everybody so mixed up" and "hopelessy interetwined" so that people don't know who to hate anymore, there is no hope for the unwashed masses. Which is pretty arrogant IMO. Also, can they not see that they contribute to the escalation of hostilities with their social engineering? A major issue with the matter is that CNN doesn't give anybody an opportunity to refute that world view, counter that world view, or offer up a different world view. CNN offers these docu-series as entertainment, but they invariably promote a leftist world view with no oppurtunities for discussion or rebuttal. Another point is in regards to an article written by another CNN contributor, Fareed Zakaria. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/americas-self-destructive-whites/2015/12/31/5017f958-afdc-11e5-9ab0-884d1cc4b33e_story.html?hpid=hp_opinions-for-wide-side_opinion-card-f:homepage/story In this article Zakaria talks about some of the issues facing white working class communities. He also offers up an opinion... "(whites) were central to America’s economy, its society, indeed its very identity. They are not anymore. Donald Trump has promised that he will change this and make them win again. But he can’t. No one can. And deep down, they know it.'' Is that the unifying world view that the media told us was Clintons Convention theme? Self destructive whites are dying and nothing can save them? Once again I'm disappointed in the lack of vision displayed by Zakaria as well as his lack of belief in the people of those communities and his callousness in writing them off. Zakaria offers no solution or platform for said communities to have a national debate. Like Bourdain, Zakaria gets free reign on CNN to espouse such a visionless world view and the platform to attack those who disagree. The feigned outrage that those on the left claim in regards to some of the things Trump says gets non-stop coverage. But there is no balance. The media waves are flooded with clips, segments, and responses to the comments Trump made in regards to the Khan family. But where is the same platform and outrage for the families of those killed by illegals? Many of those families (and fellow citizens) feel outrage, feel disrespected, and feel dismissed by the mainstream media and government employees, but its never made into an election defining moment. Its discredited as bigotry or racism or xenophobia. Obama asked republicans when they would draw the line with Trump, and CNN and other media organizations gladly plastered the air waves with the statement. There is a significant percentage of the population that is asking when will the left wing in this country stop looking at those who don't agree with them as a problem to be solved? Where is the platform for that view? Khizr Khan said that all decent Republicans have already denounced Trump, and asked when Republicans would drop him. I consider Duncan Hunter Jr. to be a decent Republican, who was an officer in the Marine Corps, and as far as I'm aware he hasn't denounced Trump. Is Rep Hunter not decent? Is Mr. Khan making blanket political statements like he denounces Trump for doing? As my fellow War Roomers are well aware of some of the policies of the left are very controversial. http://nypost.com/2016/07/01/elite-k-8-school-teaches-white-students-theyre-born-racist/ We all remember the story in regards to Manhattan schools separating white children out and teaching them they are born racist and privileged while rewarding black students with treats. If some developer wants to build a bridge he may have to undertake a 10 year environmental impact study. If the state wants to brainwash young children with claims of innate hatred and undue opportunity, are they required to undertake a 10 year pschycological impact study? http://www.breitbart.com/big-govern...c-attack-one-assailant-still-lives-next-door/ In another story, some adolescent children resettled in America through the refugee resettlement program sexually assaulted a young girl in Idaho. After the attack the girl and her family found themselves still living next to one of the perpetrators, unable to afford any other accomodations. We live in a country that taxes citizens to pay for the re-settlement of foreign people in the country when some of our own people aren't even able to afford to move away from their young daughters rapist. Shouldn't we help them first? Where is the outrage or the attempt to turn it into a defining political moment? Are politicians lined up on TV to denounce those that support such policies? How can these Republicans that supposedly denounce Trump on basis of decency support Hillary Clinton whos presidency may empower those on the left that implement these kinds of policies and often minimalize any negative consequences? We're talking about brainwashing American children! The reality is that our ruling power structure has left working class people utterly defenseless against the tide of ever increasing globalism and mass foreign immigration. They don't prepare us for this in school, they don't encourage us to organize, network, or innovate in ways that provide more opportunity or insulation from unforeseen consequences, and they don't give us a platform to discuss these important issues that are instrumental to the success of our communities. And when we do finally start to rally together to address these problems, we are looked at as a problem to be solved.