Monday, November 16, 2009

Another Journalism Hit Piece


The Communist News Network's (CNN's),
American Morning showed the following segment on Nov. 16, 2009.

Jim Acosta states that CNN tried to contact a dozen Militia groups,
and the only media whores they could get to appear were the Southeast
Michigan Volunteer Militia (SMVM).

While the Connecticut Survivalist Alliance (CSA),
can understand the desire of the Patriot (Sovereign-Citizen),
Militia and Survivalist communities to present our side of the story,
know that it will never be presented in a fair and dignified manner by the
shills of the mainstream media.

To them we are all disgruntled rednecks upset with the election of a black president.
If a group desires to appear on television or in print,
hold to these simple rules.

1. Your group should have FINAL APPROVAL over what is printed or Aired,
this condition should be made non-negotiable.

2. Your group should not appear in any article or segment containing individuals
the Patriot (Sovereign-Citizen), Militia and Survivalist communities have deemed as radicals or extremists ourselves.

The inclusion of Mark Potok from the Southern Poverty
Law Center (SPLC), should have instantly set off whatever operational security (OPSEC)
measures the SMVM has in place.

3. Your group should ABSOLUTELY NOT appear on any television program that
portrays the Patriot (Sovereign-Citizen), Militia and Survivalist communities in a derogatory manner.

The Patriot (Sovereign-Citizen), Militia and Survivalist communities are NOT extremists or
terrorists and should refuse to be portrayed as such.

These individuals need to be educated in what rights they are losing under the
usurpers administration if Jim Acosta's statement is correct,
if not they need to demand he make a retraction.

One other thing should be noted.
You will notice that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),
and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms both declined to comment.

Connecticut Survivalist Alliance

A Nationwide Membership Based Organization

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