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Media Connected To Obama's Publisher Censors Romney's Youtube Ad

From biased CNN:

A web video posted by Mitt Romney's campaign on Monday was taken off YouTube later that same day.

Those wanting to click on the video were instead met with a message that read: "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by BMG_Rights_Management."

The video featured President Barack Obama singing Al Green lyrics "I'm so in love with you" to suggest that President Barack Obama only had "Lots Of Love For The Donor Class."

What CNN, Mediaite, and the rest of the media is covering up is that the publisher who issued this phony copyright claim belongs to the same parent company as Obama's book publisher.

Daily Caller- "Ironically, BMG and Crown/Random House (which published both of Obama’s books, his campaign plan, and Michelle Obama’s new book) are — despite Obama’s concerns about “outsourcing” — all owned by German conglomerate Bertlesmann AG, which bills itself as “the world’s most international media company.”

So it is interesting that the company that pulled down Romney’s web ad shares a German parent company with Obama’s publisher.

According to their Wikipedia entry, “During World War II, Bertelsmann was the biggest single producer of Nazi propaganda.” The BBC reports that “German media giant Bertelsmann has admitted it lied about its Nazi past and that it made big profits during Adolf Hitler’s reign in Germany using Jewish slave labour.”

Wow! We wouldn't want anyone finding out about that, would we CNN?

1 comment:

Amanda Ellis said...

Bmg likely has writes in the original song by Althe Green, making anything with that song in it a derivitive work that they do have rights to. That a completely different wing of the company also publishes books was irrelevant. The departments are wholly unrelated. And that a german company doesn't like getting into politics in the US is unsurprising, nor is the fact that a german company did infact operate in germany. The point is, you can make lots of stupid connections if you go up to the top parent copanies that own everything.