As I have said many times, the enemedia is aligned with the jihad force. Maclean’s has no problem putting jihad murderer Omar Khadr on its cover — but what do you think are the chances of their ever putting a counter-jihadist on their cover, featured in a laudatory profile? They would rather take the gaspipe.
It is just as bad below the border. NewsBusters says this: “The left-wing media bias here in the U.S. is bad enough with the garbage they churn out each day, but I would hope not even they would do something as low and distasteful like Maclean’s magazine did by showcasing a murderer in a positive light; because if they did, it would show just how low their standards have become in journalism. Whatever standards they have left.” U.S. media wouldn’t stoop this low? NewsBusters has apparently forgotten this:
“Cozy: Canadian News Mag Puts Smiling Terrorist On the Cover,” by Melissa Mullins, NewsBusters, November 10, 2015:
Omar Khadr stands between two women; Rinelle Harper, an aboriginal woman who became the symbol for racist violence against aboriginal women; and Amanda Lindhout, a waitress turned journalist who was kidnapped by Muslim terrorists and tortured….
In 2002, Khadr murdered Sgt. Christopher Speer, an American medic, by throwing a grenade at him, making Speer’s wife a widow and his two children fatherless. So why is he on the cover of this magazine? Well, according to Maclean’s: “Omar Khadr was imprisoned in Guantanamo, captured in 2002 by American forces in Afghanistan and charged with war crimes.” He is described on the cover of the magazine as “a victim of searing personal tragedy.”
If Khadr is a victim of personal tragedy, I wonder what tragic classification Maclean’s would give to Sgt. Speer.
Ezra Levant, author of The Enemy Within: Terror, Lies and the Whitewashing of Omar Khadr, recently told Fox News:
“Omar Khadr is still an Al Qaeda asset,” Levant said. “I doubt he will commit any more murders, because he is much more valuable to them as a symbol — a symbol of Al Qaeda’s moral righteousness; a symbol that you can be a terrorist, be caught and convicted but still be back on the street in a few years. He is being ‘normalized.’”
The left-wing media bias here in the U.S. is bad enough with the garbage they churn out each day, but I would hope not even they would do something as low and distasteful like Maclean’s magazine did by showcasing a murderer in a positive light; because if they did, it would show just how low their standards have become in journalism. Whatever standards they have left.
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.