- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 6, 2011


Earlier this month, a new phase of psychological warfare, reminiscent of the Vietnam and Korea wars to those who served there, was launched against the American people by the liberal media with “n-word” accusations against Texas Gov. Rick Perry (“Stumbles aside, Perry to remain a top contender” Politics, Tuesday).

Just as the “macaca” word used by former Sen. George Allen, Virginia Republican, was turned into a campaign platform against him, so the n-word has been launched as a psychological warfare weapon against Mr. Perry. He is being smeared in a proven communist style used previously by Red Chinese and Soviet disinformation troops against the free world.

Neo-Leninist tactics have been adopted by our liberal media from police-state enemies and are employed today in our country to cover up the fact that leftists under President Obama have destroyed our economy, wastefully overspent $4 trillion in three years to raise the national debt to $16.5 trillion and increased unemployment to more than 9.1 percent, in addition to shredding our Constitution and other laws of our society.

The media heat created against Mr. Perry by the full cast of the usual characters with accusations that he is a racist is similar to the campaign against Mr. Allen and other Republicans. Of course, such a campaign has never been conducted against a Democrat, no matter what he said.


U.S. Marine Corps (retired)


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