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Iraq's Civil War

The lamestream media told you:

Nothing lately about the civil war supposedly raging in Iraq.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

According to a report in Accuracy in Media ( original reports on the civil war were grossly exaggerated, and no civil war actually exists. Public opinion polls taken immediately after the exaggerated news reports indicated a majority of Americans believed Iraq was about to enter or had entered a civil war between rival Muslim sects that hate each other, and that President Bush was largely to blame. The news distortions that lead to phony poll results demonstrate one of the fundamental problems when the public is misinformed. Although civil war has not materialized, no corrections have been published. The rival Muslim religious factions however do still apparently hate each other. The AIM newsletter (free) has stats and details.

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