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Fox Nation: Obama's Census Castrates Caucasians

Reported by Ellen - June 30, 2009 -

Is Fox News trying to start a race war? Is it so desperate to undermine the counting of (Democratic voting) minorities that it's willing to do or say anything? The answer seems to be YES, judging from one of the latest entries on Fox Nation, the website that boasts about its devotion to tolerance, civil discourse and fair and balanced reporting. It's an "Op Ed" by a less than credible author, Dr. Paul L. Williams, with the shrieking title, Obama's Census Castrates Caucasians.

The so-called Op Ed has the kind of language you'd more likely find in a supermarket tabloid than the website of a cable news channel, especially one dedicated to "strengthening our diverse society by striving for unity."

Here's the kind of material Fox Nation puts forth in its efforts toward "strengthening our diverse society by striving for unity:"

Beside a graphic that reads, "Obama Census Bureau," is the text:

It’s invasive.
It’s corrupt.
It’s rigged.
It’s unconstitutional.

Its purpose is the legislative transformation of the United States of America into a land where conservatives, Christians, and Caucasians will become political castrados...

Farther down, it reads,
To assist in the hiring of census takers, the Obama Administration has opted to partner with... special interest groups (not one of which represents the despised race of whites who settled this country)...

The Obama budget serves to ensure that the United States will be broke.

His foreign policies will serve the cause of the Muslim world to the detriment of Israel.

And his census will make sure that the time of the Judeo-Christian standards and culture in the land of the free and the home of the brave will come to an end.

Somehow, "fair and balanced" Fox Nation never told its readers that Williams is not exactly an undisputedly authoritative source. He's currently being sued by McMaster University, in Canada, for what The National Post describes as

claims in a book published last year that lax security at the (university's nuclear) reactor and the school's abundance of Egyptian-born professors is letting al- Qaeda pull off an "American Hiroshima" -- the planned detonation of nuclear bombs in U.S. cities.

The allegations are made in The Dunces of Doomsday by Paul L. Williams and the university minces no words describing it. "We regard Mr. Williams' allegations about McMaster as being on a par with UFO reports and JFK conspiracy theories," said Peter Downard, a Toronto lawyer representing the university in the case. "The notion that because there are people on faculty from Egypt that Mc- Master is then a haven for terrorism is not only logically offensive, it smacks of racism," he said.

The article goes on to note that Williams' publisher has now issued a retraction.

"WND Books/Cumberland House Publishing made statements, including a statement contained in The Dunces of Doomsday, referring to the theft of 180 pounds of nuclear material at McMaster University, the infiltration of McMaster University by terrorists and consequent risk to the public. Those statements were without basis in fact," says a statement from the publisher. "WND Books/Cumberland House Publishing unreservedly retracts the statements."

Williams' census article promises "more tomorrow," though it was written June 27. I can hardly wait.

Via reader YungPhlo