Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Mr Morsal: I can’t take any more of the lies and deception.

They tell us they are fighting for freedom and human rights... Bollocks.

We're bringing democracy to oppressed people... Bollocks.

What human rights is it that allows a child to be slaughtered because he happens to have been born in the wrong part of the world? He committed no crime! Do they care? No they don’t.

They lie to us about weapons of mass destruction; they tell us there could be a mushroom cloud over London in forty five minutes... More Bollocks, but decades of television providing the only education the people get and what do you expect? They own the news... They own all the media.

The western governments supported oppressive regimes and in fact often installed them around the world, so long as it served to control those populations and allow the world’s elite to continue their exploitation of these people and to profit from their suffering.

Actually we are all guilty of these crimes – they were carried out in our name.  It does not matter that we did not call the shots... The fact that we stood by means that we all will burn for this unless we redeem ourselves some time soon.

We cannot turn away and say this was not me – we paid them taxes to fund their violence – yes they deceived us and continue still, but we know it is criminal because we were born with the ability to discern right from wrong; we did not need to read it someplace.

What we need now is to accept that we are in part to blame for what has gone wrong, take ownership of the error and make a mends by stopping those who would continue on this course of destruction, and to say to them, no more in our name!

The corruption of this world is so deeply rooted that it’s almost impossible to quantify, yet it is evident to all. It is hard to imagine that just a small group of influential individuals are responsible for nearly all the worlds’ conflicts but they are, and dare I say it, the Bible warned us long ago...  I merely make reference here in the hope you will search for your own truths.

Most people are so terrified of their own lack of knowledge regards corruption etc that they reframe from any discourse and so leave it to someone else to fathom. In fact it is the deliberate denial of information from those in control that cause the individual to shy away... Cleaver plan, No?

The education of the masses definitely lacks the depth and clarity of a proper education afforded the elite. They are provided with an understanding of the real word and the agenda of those who would control, while we must make do with indoctrination into compliance with their wishes.

Time is running out and soon the average person will have to decide on which side he will be standing... I hope that the enlightenment of the masses will result from the plight of the oppressed peoples of the world and there will be no need to think, simply a desire to act...
I've now opened a separate blog for articles written by Mr Morsal: Mr Morsal wants to say...

Saturday, 11 June 2011

Proof that Goncalo Amaral did not use offensive language regarding the McCanns

Many thanks to Paulo Reis for the following screenshot:


"BBC Complaints
ECU Ruling: East Midlands Today, BBC1 (East Midlands), 12 January 2011

Publication date: 30 May 2011

The programme included a brief exchange between a reporter and Goncalo Amaral (a former policeman who had worked on the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and had since written a book on the case). One word in the exchange was bleeped, and the report gave the impression that this was because Sr Amaral had used offensive language about the McCanns. A viewer complained that this was inaccurate and unfair to Sr Amaral.

The reporter’s belief, reinforced by others on the programme team who viewed the recording, was that Sr Amaral had indeed used an English phrase which included an offensive term applied to the McCanns. On further examination, however, it became clear that Sr Amaral had been speaking Portuguese, and that an inoffensive phrase had been misconstrued. Upheld

Further action
The Editor of the programme has discussed the outcome with the producer and reporter involved. In future, the team plans to use interpreters if clips from interviews are unclear.

While some jumped eagerly on the chance to make Mr Amaral out to be the bad guy without checking their facts, Martin Brunt (Sky News Correspondent) was the only journalist at the time with guts enough to tell the truth in his article ‘Spare a thought for my new best friend Goncalo Amaral':

Spare a thought for my new best friend Goncalo Amaral.

I’m beginning to think the former detective in the Madeleine McCann case has a point when he complains about the British media attacking him.

My Beeb colleague accused him of saying “F*** the McCanns” in an alleged off-guard moment when we all followed him out of court the other day.

What he actually said was “Fala com McCanns” which means “Ask the McCanns”.

The rest of us, through our interpreters, understood perfectly what he was saying.

I think he needs a good libel lawyer.

Isabel Duarte may be free when she has finished pursuing him over his book on the Madeleine case.