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Matt - Challenge the interviewer for using the term "land grab."

Reader comment on: How the WikiLeaks releases impact the Middle East

Submitted by Michael Chenkin (United States), Dec 2, 2010 17:09

Recognizing that only so much can be said in an interview, nonetheless, Matt ought to protest to the interviewer in this piece about the interviewer's use of the phrase "land grab." It is a false, inflammatory and prejudicial term. It has no place in respectable journalism.

We all know that if we let the media lie repeatedly people who do not follow these issues as closely as we do don't know the lies from reality.


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