Brain washing naturally empathic human beings

Posted 2 April 2011

Libyan woman brutally silenced for accusing Gaddafi's forces of rape? - the "progressive" petition co-ordinating mind control machine funded by billionaire George Soros and other Obama friends are pushing this story along with most "Main Stream Media". Not hard to see why. Libya has 3% of world oil.

Dragged away for reporting rape Avaaz screams ….. Iman al-Obeidi burst into Tripoli hotel …. pleads with foreign journalists for help …. showing bruises and crying that she had just been gang-raped by 15 of Qaddafi's men.

Not questioning her statement yet, rape is a vile crime and only too prevalent, but this smacks of the PR scams used at key times of selling the BIG LIE. Remember 1990 building tolerance for the attack on Iraq - 15-year-old Kuwaiti girl, known only by her first name of Nayirah, full name was being kept confidential to prevent Iraqi reprisals against her family in occupied Kuwait. Sobbing, she described what she had seen with her own eyes in a hospital in Kuwait City. "I volunteered at the al-Addan hospital," Nayirah said. "While I was there, I saw the Iraqi soldiers come into the hospital with guns, and go into the room where babies were in incubators. They took the babies out of the incubators, took the incubators, and left the babies on the cold floor to die."

This "hook" was invented by Hill & Knowlton the top PR firm acting for the Kuwaiti Royals. In style, substance and mode of delivery, it bears an uncanny resemblance to England's World War I hearings that accused German soldiers of killing babies.

Three months passed between Nayirah's testimony and the start of the war. During those months, the story of babies torn from their incubators was repeated over and over again. President Bush told the story. It was recited as fact in Congressional testimony, on TV and radio talk shows, and at the UN Security Council. "Of all the accusations made against the dictator," MacArthur observed, "none had more impact on American public opinion than the one about Iraqi soldiers removing 312 babies from their incubators and leaving them to die on the cold hospital floors of Kuwait City."

Nothing had more impact on world public opinion than the lie that Iraqi soldiers removed 312 babies from their incubators, leaving them to die on the cold hospital floors of Kuwait City.

Nayirah was a member of the Kuwaiti Royal Family. Her father, in fact, was Saud Nasir al-Sabah, Kuwait's Ambassador to the US, who sat listening in the hearing room during her testimony. The Caucus also failed to reveal that H&K vice-president Lauri Fitz-Pegado had coached Nayirah in what even the Kuwaitis' own investigators later confirmed was false testimony.

Following the war, human rights investigators attempted to confirm Nayirah's story and could find no witnesses or other evidence to support it. Amnesty International, which had fallen for the story, was forced to issue an embarrassing retraction. Nayirah herself was unavailable for comment.

"This is the first allegation I've had that she was the ambassador's daughter," said Human Rights Caucus (fake "campaign funded by Kuwaiti Royals) co-chair John Porter. "Yes, I think people . . . were entitled to know the source of her testimony." However, when journalists for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation asked Nasir al-Sabah for permission to question Nayirah about her story, the ambassador angrily refused

Full story & references at Center for Media & Democracy