On Fri, 11 Aug 2017 21:04:19 -0700, El Castor
Post by El Castor Post by rumpelstiltskin Post by mg
On Fri, 11 Aug 2017 05:05:46 -0700 (PDT), me
The Russia did it lie has fallen apart. How much longer will
the Establishment be able to deceive a gullible public?
Forever, it seems, or even two forevers if the USA
can manage to get RT banished from the airwaves.
"America" is banishing RT from the airwaves? Is it possible that no
one is watching, so the DirecTVs and Time Werners aren't bothering to
carry it? Or, as all liberals know, Russia is conspiring with
Republicans, so the left wing MSM and Democrat Party see Russia as an
arch enemy. Maybe Dems and the MSM are conspiring to silence it? In
any event, good news, YouTube has an RT channel ...
Personally, since RT is a propaganda arm of the Russian government,
you couldn't pay me to watch the damn thing.
You're a good pawn. "En Passant".
I don't know, but I think that quite a lot of people who
care about "truth" at all, and who realize we're routinely
bamboozled by a collusion of "spin", watch RT just to
clear out some of the gunk that the "establishment",
or "military-industrial complex" if you prefer, is trying
to pour into our heads. Surely recent history, including
the much-worse-than-uselessness of many wars that
the US has been involved in, starting at least with the
royal screwup of trying to overthrow Castro in Cuba,
then Vietnam, should persuade any thinking person
that something is rotten, and not in Denmark.
Although I posted earlier that it was hard to find
RT, it does come on at least on Mondays at
5:00 AM or 7:00 AM on channel 32, though in the
TV listings it's not identified as "RT" but as
"Journal News/Euromaxx" or something like that -
I haven't quite figured it out yet. I run into it by
accident because Channel 32 ("KMTPDT") is one
of the very few antenna channels worth watching
for any news except local news. That channel
also has a lot of classical music, though usually
not my favourite choices, including Liszt's
"Hungarian Rhapsody" #2. which is fine but I'd
rather listen to Mozart. My Canadian cousin
as a young man did a very good job with the
difficult solo piano version (He's a better pianist
than I am). Later he was in a jazz quartet.
He's even older than myself, probably about 80
by now, so he doesn't play much at all anymore.
The gymnastics start at about 8:00. Liszt had
long hair so that he could flourish it during the
horribly difficult passages. He was the "rock star"
of the age, but decent enough to acknowledge
that Chopin was the true master.