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December 29, 2009

YouTube - Where the taliban Release their Propaganda

On Christmas Day the taliban released another hostage video of captured Idaho National Guard Private Bowe Bergdahl. Where did this propaganda film first appear? You guessed it, YouTube.

It is a shame and shows great disrespect for Private Bergdahl's family that these videos are so easily found on YouTube. We should make it more difficult.

Here is a play list full of taliban hostage videos to flag:

taliban hostage videos



To speed you along, once you have flagged the first video, click on play next toward the right hand side near the arrow in the above picture.

And here are some flagging instructions

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You guys are part of what is wrong with the union.

Sure, keeping someone from organizing in the open to commit some criminal acts against the citizenry is a good thing; ALTHOUGH-

Your efforts to "flag" videos just because you believe them to be propaganda is extreme misuse of the flagging option.

Hell- the whole of the lame-stream-media is nothing but propaganda IMHO, and I don't "flag" the AP (associated propaganda)- I meet them on their screwtube videos and COMMENT that their crap is a line of horse dung.

You guys are cowards, and are elevating the jihad jane thing in an undulation of self enamoration.

shame on you!

Andrea said...

Hmmm-Hmmm...Lets see if I can understand this right.

We are cowards?

OK, got that, but it begs the question -
What does one call another who leaves extreme critical notes of others but won't sign his/her name?

StarCMC said...

Hey Anonymous, if you're so proud of yourself and/or know so much more than we do, why don't you tell us who you are? (That's a rhetorical question, by the way -- by which I am indicating that you are not proud of what you do nor do you have any impressive depth of intelligence.)

People who DO know what they heck they are talking about have approved of our work. Who, you might ask?

Well, let's start with former U.S. Attorney Patrick Meehan who said

--------"With the amount of things that fly around online, it is impossible for law enforcement to be all things to all people," Meehan said. "This relationship is supportive and, in cases such as this, has proved to be vital in leading to an arrest."--------

Link here.

Or how about Internet Hagannah who had this to say....

--------"Over time such efforts will likely result in the more risk-averse jihadis dropping out, while the risk-tolerant will remain active. The result of that selection process over time is that people who we can see active online in support of al-Qaida will be increasingly likely to be involved in real-world terrorist activity as well: risk is risk, and those who have learned they can tolerate it have this way of seeking out more of it."----------

Link here.

So you'll pardon us, Anonymous, if we give your mindless rantings all the respect of the nearest dung heap.

StarCMC said...

Hey Anonymous, if you're so proud of yourself and/or know so much more than we do, why don't you tell us who you are? (That's a rhetorical question, by the way -- by which I am indicating that you are not proud of what you do nor do you have any impressive depth of intelligence.)

People who DO know what they heck they are talking about have approved of our work. Who, you might ask?

Well, let's start with former U.S. Attorney Patrick Meehan who said


--------> "With the amount of things that fly around online, it is impossible for law enforcement to be all things to all people," Meehan said. "This relationship is supportive and, in cases such as this, has proved to be vital in leading to an arrest."<---------

Link here.

Or how about Internet Hagannah who had this to say....

-------> "Over time such efforts will likely result in the more risk-averse jihadis dropping out, while the risk-tolerant will remain active. The result of that selection process over time is that people who we can see active online in support of al-Qaida will be increasingly likely to be involved in real-world terrorist activity as well: risk is risk, and those who have learned they can tolerate it have this way of seeking out more of it." <---------

Link here.

So you'll pardon us, Anonymous, if we give your rantings all the respect of the nearest dung heap.

bartender said...

Chicken chit anonymous...flagging because you believe them to be propaganda is not one of the TOU's of YT. YT provides the rules we go by.
You are the coward. So STFU. And as you have noticed, lame-stream-media doe not give a flip about your comments either.