In a clear sign of its intent to reign in dissident American media personalities, and their growing influence in American culture, US War Leaders this past week launched an unprecedented attack upon one of their most politically 'connected', and legendary, radio hosts named Don Imus after his threats to release information relating to the September 11, 2001 attacks upon that country. According to European reports of the events surrounding Don Imus that have gripped the United States this past week, it was during an interview with another American media personality, Tim Russert, who is the host of a television programme frequently used by US War Leaders, wherein while decrying the state of care being given to American War wounded stated, "So those bastards want to keep these boys [in reference to US Soldiers] secret? Let's see how they like it if I start talking about their [in reference to US War Leaders] secrets, starting with 9/11."
A rather fascinating claim coming out of the russian rag Pravda and one can expect it to end up all over conspiracy blogs and forums. The reality is that the attacks on Don Imus did not come from the "US War Leaders", but from the likes of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, both of whom, incidently, happen to oppose the "US War Leaders". Russians, it seems, still haven't figured out that the US government does not control the media. The most hilarious manifestation of that phenomena was Putin's statement that Bush is the one who fired Dan Rather.