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NPR Continues To Promote War, Vivisection and Fast Food
by Quit Afghanistan Wednesday, Mar. 04, 2009 at 8:49 AM

NPR is literally invested in fast food. It is run by career war promoters.

NPR today promoted vivisection, fast food and war


Today's NPR promotion of vivisecting war invested Harvard
(which receives more stolen tax dollars for animal agony than
any other university)
whose kidnapped animals lie in underground labs in cages
in Southborough Massachusetts, involved E O Wilson, about
which the following is written.
At the age of 18, intent on becoming an entomologist, he began by collecting flies, but the shortage of insect pins caused by World War II caused him to switch to ants, which could be stored in vials. "


NPR continued to promote fast food products causing
animal agony, many lethal diseases, global heating,
environmental desecration, food and energy waste
in commercials thinly veiled as news.

NPR (actually National Pentagon Radio) continued to promote Iraq war
through an interview with Tom Ricks, author of Fiaxco,
who is asking for 6 more years in Iraq.

NPR used to be a decentralized network of locally run
college radio stations. During Desert Storm,
the Pentagon took it over completely installing
Kevin Klose of the USIA as its head.

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