Behold! The ISIS™ Incubator Babies Story

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Iraq VP to U.S.: Stay Out of Our Civil War  Former VP of Iraq, a Sunni, was railroaded and chased out of the country back in 2012 by Nouri al-Maliki. He talks about the legitimate opposition movement to Obama’s puppet dictatorship and says they have no idea where ISIS™ came from. Well, they came from the U.S. and Saudi Arabia and Israel. He fails to understand that ISIS is simply a marketing campaign creating a justification for Obama to drop bombs on the thousands of Iraqis who are sick and tired of the neo-liberal state we turned their country into.

UPDATE: Seems the Mosul Dam story was fabricated as well. All it takes is a Twitter account and PhotoShop. Makes Wag the Dog look silly by comparison.

UPDATE: Won’t somebody think of the WOMEN!?!?

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Just when you thought American marketing/politics couldn’t get any lamer… some half-wit businessman comes up with a new incubator babies story as if we can’t remember past yesterday. 400 Palestinian kids have been slaughtered by the IDF… and that really happened. No “Nurse” Nayirah story needed there. Why doesn’t ObamaGod bomb Israel’s tanks and artillery positions I wonder?

You have got to be kidding me. No way.

CNN (of course it would be CNN) aired a story the other day with Mark Arabo, national spokesman for “Ending Genocide in Iraq,” in which the guest laid out the most compelling reasons for getting behind Obama’s bombing of the growing resistance in Iraq: another “incubator babies” story.

“A Christian Holocaust is in our mist. We are actually calling this a Christian genocide… Day by day, it is getting worse and worse. More children are being beheaded. Mothers are being raped and killed. Fathers are being hung. Right now, 300,000 Christians are fleeing Iraq and living in neighboring cities.” Gateway Pundit

The beheading of the children and decorating a park with their heads placed on sticks. This is offered up as justification for all us bleeding heart liberals to get behind President Peace Prize’s latest bombing campaign.

Yes, there it is folks. Wanna see the dramatic testimony? Not as convincing as the ““Nurse” Nayirah in tears” episode, but worth watching none the less.

Wow. He is so believable isn’t he? He doesn’t sound like someone just making that shit up at all. The conviction in his monotone lifeless voice is brought about by a lifetime of lying through his teeth one way or the other and has nothing at all to do with the fact that what he is saying is such unbelievable bullshit, even he can hardly push through it.

The funniest part is when the CNN infomercial actor makes hims repeat his ludicrous claim. I guess he wanted him to try to cry or something. But, no such luck.

Like “Nurse” Nayirah, Mark Arabo has some interesting political ties as well (she wasn’t a nurse. she was the daughter of Saud Al-Sabah, the Kuwaiti ambassador to the United States. never saw what she claimed to have seen because it didn’t happen.)

2011

Mark Arabo – “nominated to the Regional Advisory Committee for the FBI..In 2011, Arabo met with President Barack Obama to discuss issues confronting Christian minorities within Iraq… has also met with various other leaders on a range of different topics that include Prince Mirad of Jordan, Former President Bill Clinton, George Bush Jr., and Jimmy Carter.” Mark’s website

Would you like to know another curious similarity between the “Nurse” Nayirah story and Mark’s beheading babies yarn? Marketing.

Hill & Knowlton

It is unclear how much of Nayirah’s testimony was coached. Though the firm was supposed to provide only stylistic help,[46] it was reported that H&K “provided witnesses, wrote testimony, and coached the witnesses for effectiveness.”

Effect

Nayirah’s testimony was widely publicized.[48] Hill & Knowlton, which had filmed the hearing, sent out a video news release to Medialink, a firm which served about 700 television stations in the United States.[49]

That night, portions of the testimony aired on ABC’s Nightline and NBC Nightly News reaching an estimated audience between 35 and 53 million Americans.[47][49] Seven senators cited Nayirah’s testimony in their speeches backing the use of force.[Note 1] President George Bush repeated the story at least ten times in the following weeks.[52] Her account of the atrocities helped to stir American opinion in favor of participation in the Gulf War.

And heeeeere’s Markie:

“… he earned his Bachelors of Science Business Degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. During his time in San Diego State University he was named to the National Deans List for three consecutive years, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, and 2003-2004 and also earn a Certified E-Marketing Associate.

After graduation he was offered a role within Anheuser Busch Sales team of San Diego, a subsidiary of Anheuser Busch Inc. During this time, he was trained in seamless selling, viral marketing, promotional events, and was a key asset to their marketing department.” Mark’s website

Yes, Markie Mark is a career marketing man, who apparently uses his political influence to bully the local Chaldean business community. He also opposes any hike to the minimum wage. Here you can read about how Arabo was unleashed by San Diego’s “overlords” to try to overturn the city council’s vote to raise the minimum wage. Apparently his trade association is nothing more than a bunch of liquor store owners getting rich selling poison in economically depressed neighborhoods at vastly inflated prices. He donates heavily to the dems. I guess he’s “progressive”

To sum it all up, this marketing sleazebag P.O.S. is doing his level best, doing what he does best, lying, trying to garner public support for more indiscriminate ObamaBombs (and more dead Iraqi children) by reaching out and making this war-crime personal to us. That’s how marketers think they rule the world. “Won’t somebody think of the babies”

His efforts are such a tired cliche at this point an intern could have come up with it. The fact that he is simply rehashing the old incubator babies story proves he hasn’t got a fucking creative bone in his body. Beheading babies. What an idiot.

Pretending to care about children while helping gin up support for bombs that will inevitably kill children, is the definition of a moral abyss. Mark Arabo sees this as just good business. He works to promote the latest incubator babies story knowing full well it will endear him to the powers that be. Like “Curveball” before him, the soulless ladder climber never looks back.

Sometimes as I am writing these things I think to myself, Bill Hicks did it better. Because he did.

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16 Responses

  1. Does anyone notice that Obama will, once again, go into Iraq? for humanitarian reasons?

    This may not be the appropriate place for this comment. Not sure.

    • Run. Run like the wind!

    • Yes. Must help. The stranded people might be “Christians”. They have been labeled with that mark of purity so they now must be saved. If that’s not enough, the “Muslims” will kill them for sure for their beliefs if we don’t drop a bunch of bombs (and some food). I suspect we’ll probably go in again and then magically forget about the stranded Christians. Who knows if anyone will be saved (just as likely we’ll accidentally kill a few of them in some botched panic attacks, but that always seems forgivable due to our good intentions) But, hey, while we’re there maybe we can work on revamping the Iraqi government a little more.

      • the fact that they aren’t Christians shouldn’t bother anybody, right? I mean it’s all just bullshit anyway. They get more traction is they claim the “ebil ISIS” is bullying a bunch of Christians. I guess in Israel they claim they are Jews. In Jordan, Muslims.

        “The Yazidi (also Yezidi, Êzidî, Yazdani, ایزدیان, Եզդիներ, Езиды) are a Kurdish-speaking ethno-religious community who practice an ancient syncretic religion linked to Zoroastrianism and early Mesopotamian religions.[12][13][14] They live primarily in the Nineveh Province of northern Iraq, a region once part of ancient Assyria. Additional communities in Armenia, Georgia and Syria have been in decline since the 1990s, their members having migrated to Europe, especially to Germany.[15] The Yazidi believe in God as creator of the world, which he has placed under the care of seven “holy beings” or angels, the “chief” (archangel) of whom is Melek Taus, the “Peacock Angel.” In Zoroastrian-like tradition, the Peacock Angel embodied humanity’s potential for both good (light) and bad (dark) acts, and due to pride temporarily fell from God’s favor, before his remorseful tears extinguished the fires of his hellish prison and he reconciled with God. Some followers of other monotheistic religions mistakenly equate the Peacock Angel with their own unredeemed evil deity Satan,[16][17] which has incited centuries of persecution of the Yazidi as “devil worshippers.” Persecution of Yazidis has continued in their home communities within the borders of modern Iraq, under both Saddam Hussein and fundamentalist Sunni Muslim revolutionaries”

        “Zoroastrianism /ˌzɒroʊˈæstriənɪzəm/, also called Zarathustraism, Mazdaism and Magianism, is an ancient Iranian religion and a religious philosophy. It was once the state religion of the Achaemenid, Parthian, and Sasanian empires.[1] Estimates of the current number of Zoroastrians worldwide vary between 145,000 and 2.6 million.[2]

        Zoroastrianism arose in the eastern region of the ancient Persian Empire, when the religious philosopher Zoroaster simplified the pantheon of early Iranian gods[3] into two opposing forces: Spenta Mainyu (Progressive mentality) and Angra Mainyu (Destructive Mentality) under the one God, Ahura Mazda (Illuminating Wisdom).[4][5]

        Zoroaster’s ideas led to a formal religion bearing his name by about the 6th century BCE and have influenced other later religions including Judaism, Gnosticism, Christianity and Islam”

      • Fox News is doing their part to help get American “Christians” behind ObamaGod protecting this sect. They don’t call them “Christians” but they infer it. It doesn’t matter what they are. They could have been Scientologists for all Obama and Fox care. They just needed some “humanitarian” cover, and there it is. They are “Christians”

        It’s pretty sick when you think about it, but people have used religion as justification for violence since the dawn of time, so why should this be any different.

        http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/08/08/iraq-crisis-yazidis-mix-beliefs-misunderstood-maligned/

        It’s funny, all these articles keep claiming they “borrowed” from Christianity… but in fact, Christianity, Islam and Judaism borrowed from them. A subtle if not important difference.

        and they say we aren’t a theocracy.

    • maybe you should have read the article

      • Ha ha. You’re right – thanks. I just responding to a comment I saw but didn’t actually read your article first. Gotta run now, but will read it through later.

        • I was responding to cindy. this stacking system is difficult to follow. I place the cursor on the first letter in the name of the comment and scroll up, that usually works.

          • Well … you correctly even if unintentionally caught me being irresponsible, so I’m glad to get called out anyway – I didn’t actually read the article and, having scanned it, I see that my third-hand information about the people we need to go and “save” is obviously full of holes, so I am going to read the article more thoroughly when I have time. It’s shaping up to be another absurd series of events.

            • :) you know, I can erase this line of comments if you like

              • Nah, Keep ‘em honest, I say.

                • Have you read the comments on the thread about the Yazidi? they aren’t Christians.

                  • Not yet. Just went back and read your article here. I’ve been pretty busy over the last few days and just get a minute here and there. This story would actually be pretty funny if I could get myself to forget how disgusting it is that they are making all this shit up to actually justify killing more Innocent people. I can tell you one thing though: As stupid as these stories are, they actually work, and on highly-educated people. Where I work most of us are PHDs in analytical sciences. Those who are not are either MS, BS or well-educated in business, finance or software. Most appear to buy in without question that innocent Christians are being beheaded by evil Muslims, and there is no need to question whether that is true. While they all acknowledge that the news is owned and controlled by a small number of entities, and that news appears too coordinated for independent reporting to be possible, given the instantaneous coordination of all message published in today’s MSM, nobody ever seems to think any particular, specific story could possibly be a lie. That’s what confuses me with such vast numbers of people. The news is recognized to lie regularly, and yet if I bring up any specific story and simply question its validity, these same people invariably think I’m crazy for not necessarily believing that specific story. It’s like the person who thinks “John is a known liar and lies for a living, but he would never lie to ME”.

                    • cognitive dissonance a.k.a. “Doublethink”

                      “In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time, or is confronted by new information that conflicts with existing beliefs, ideas, or values”

                      “doublethink – the acceptance of or mental capacity to accept contrary opinions or beliefs at the same time, especially as a result of political indoctrination.”

                    • there is something here to be said about the indoctrination of college. It’s the final step in the finishing school, bringing Americans into the fold so to speak. there is also something to be said about people that intelligent understanding the world we live in and knowing full well that it profits them nothing to see the world as it really is and talking about it. You might be surprised to find out just how much one’s “extremist” political points of view will color their reputation with their colleagues. Of course, you wouldn’t hear that kind of talk because you may or may not already have that reputation. When you look back on the novel 1984, remember the attitudes of the various characters aside from Winston and his girlfriend. Understand how few of us there really are in that old prediction of our distopian future and understand it’s not fiction. It already happened.

  2. I came across this post a few days ago:

    “If Arabo was able to get news of such atrocities in San Diego, why has no one else heard stories of this ongoing tragedy?

    Fueling the speculation has been websites, like Catholic Online, that purport to have pictures of children beheaded by ISIS. (The images on the site are extremely graphic and disturbing. I’d advise not looking at them.) Catholic Online, which is not officially connected to the Catholic Church, has only one picture that could be of a beheaded child. But there is no way to know whether it is real or whether it occurred in Iraq. There is no source or context for the photos and the story is credited to “News Consortium.” “

    http://www.loonwatch.com/2014/08/is-isis-beheading-children-in-iraq/

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