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Sunday, May 22, 2005

Newsweek: "The Day America Died" shows American Flag in the Trash

Newsweek has several editions. One is for Americans another for Japanese. Riding Sun reveals the rather sordid truth.

Newsweek's false, retracted story about American guards flushing the Koran down a toilet at Guantanamo doesn't necessarily mean the magazine's staff hates America or Bush, or wants us to lose in Iraq. To be charitable, let's just chalk that one up to sloppy journalism.

But I'm at a loss to explain this, from the February 2 issue of Newsweek's Japanese edition:

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As you can see, the cover story shows an American flag, dirtied and tossed in a trash can, its staff snapped in two. The large white text reads, "Amerika ga shinda hi", which translates to "The day America died."

As one commenter said:
"Newsweek doesn't have the courage of its convictions to actually criticize as a friend would, to the face. It criticizes behind the subject's back, speaking to others alone. That is neither friendly, nor particularly loyal."

This revelation makes the case that Newsweek is even more morally corrupt than I ever imagined.

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