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FOX Gets Answer They Want - Uses Racist Propagandist to Link Jordan Attacks to French Riots

Reported by Janie - November 11, 2005

Yesterday (11/10), Dayside hosts Juliet Huddy and Mike Jerrick interviewed Jerome Corsi, a terrorism analyst and author of "Black Gold Stranglehold" (The hosts of Dayside neglected to mention that Corsi is the co-author of "Unfit for Command", the discredited book attacking John Kerry's service record. He has also been credited with such greatest hits as: calling Islam "a worthless, dangerous Satanic religion", stating "Islam is like a virus -- it affects the mind -- maybe even better as an analogy -- it is a cancer that destroys the body it infects... No doctor would hesitate to eliminate cancer cells from the body", and "How's this as an analogy -- the Koran is simply the "software" for producing deviant cancer cell political behavior and violence in human beings".)

They chose this clearly biased, hateful man to discuss the recent attacks that have taken place in Jordan. It appears Dayside finally found their man to lend credibility to their preposterous campaign attempting to link the French riots with terrorism. I think it's time to let Fox and the uneducated hosts of Dayside know that NOT all Muslims are terrorists (you can contact the show at: Dayside@foxnews.com).

At the end of the segment discussing the recent attacks in Jordan, Jerrick steered the conversation in a totally different path.

MJ: "Can you answer this question in one word, all the fires there, in France, is this related to Jordan?"

JC: "Absolutely. Again, it's like going back to the mafia working together. They're in contact and communication, one event leads to another. There's great unrest all through Europe and it's part of Jihad. It's part of a determination. When we wrote Black Gold Stranglehold, we wanted to make sure people in understood in America that we've got to become oil independent."

JH: "There are people out there who feel despite what our guest said yesterday, that what's happening in France isn't just a bubbling up of, being upset over discrimination or racism, it's a bubbling up of some sort of terrorism."

Comment: How dare Dayside invite a man on that is clearly a racist, to discuss, as an expert, a terrorist attack in the middle east? They use his racism as an advantage to push their agenda of linking the riots in France to terrorism, because they know they will receive the answer they are looking for, and can use it to steer the minds of their audience and instill fear.

With absolutely no proof of terrorism involved, with every media outlet stating that terrorism is not involved, with the French authorities stating the same thing, how long will Fox and Dayside be able to maintain this racially prejudiced charade?

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