Antagoniste


17 avril 2007

La condescendace En Chiffres États-Unis International Venezuela

Victimes collatérales de la tragédie de Virginia Tech ? Le peuple américain…

Peuple américain qui doit se tapper la condescendance, le ton moralisateur et les analyses boiteuses des "american-bashers".

Voici un éditorial d'un journal mexicain qui illustre à merveille tout le ridicule du "american-bashing":

Mexique
The violence in the United States

That violent attitude is exacerbated by the warmongering spirit of the George W. Bush government, which has ignited much of the world with its war on terrorism.

The President failed to mention the impact that his aggressive policies have had on his own people, to say nothing of those affected by his combat operations. Bush has ordered his generals and troops to search for Osama bin Laden anywhere in the world, nevertheless it is clear that the real tension preventing the United States from living in peace and harmony exists in his own country, the achievement of which is the supposed objective of the Pentagon's military campaign.

This is not only about the attacks on universities. A gun culture exists in this country. According to data from a diverse array of U.S. organizations, there are 80 people killed by guns every day. […]

These are facts, figures and tragedies that speak of a profound crisis of values in a nation that claims to embody them.

À ceci je réponds simplement:

Taux homicide
NationMaster.com


17 avril 2007

Top 5 Qc Québec Top Actualité

Le Top 5 de l'actualité québécoise (10-16 avril) selon Influence Communication:

Top 5

L’Afghanistan domine l’actualité

La mort de 8 soldats canadiens en Afghanistan et l’achat de matériel militaire ont occupé 2,52% de l’actualité cette semaine au Québec.

Au terme de sa première semaine d’activité, les audiences publiques de la Commission d’enquête sur la tragédie du viaduc de la Concorde ont largement dominé les médias électroniques et elles ont cumulé un poids médias global de 2,46%.

L’hiver québécois qui s’étire et laisse de nombreux centimètres de neige a occupé 1,56 % de toutes les nouvelles. Depuis 3 ans, seules les chutes de neiges survenues entre le 13 et le 19 février 2007 ont suscité plus de couverture avec un poids de 2,19%.

L’assermentation des députés adéquistes termine la semaine en 4e place avec 0,81%.

La fermeture de Norsk-Hydro à Bécancour a généré un volume de 0,77%. En octobre dernier, les réductions de personnel chez Norsk-Hydro avaient obtenu 1,12% de toute l’attention médiatique.

Source:
Influence Communication
www.influencecommunication.ca


17 avril 2007

Top 5 USA États-Unis Top Actualité

Le Top 5 de l'actualité américaine (8-13 Avril) selon le Pew Research Center:

Top 5

The downfall of talk show host Don Imus for racist and misogynistic comments was the second most-heavily covered story of the year to date, according to the PEJ’s weekly study of the agenda of the American news media.

From his attempted redemption on the Rev. Al Sharpton’s radio show to the fallout over his firing by NBC and CBS, the controversy over Imus’s insults about the Rutgers’s women’s basketball team filled more than a quarter of the newshole (26%) of PEJ’s News Coverage Index for the week of April 8 to 13.

Only the debate over American war policy with Iraq when the President announced his “surge” plan the week of January 7 to 12 got more media coverage this year. It filled 34% of the newshole in our index that week.

Nothing else this year has come close to capturing the media’s attention at this level. The next biggest story of the year, the controversy over the firing of U.S. Attorneys, filled 18% of the newshole the week of March 18 to 23. The takeover by Democrats of Congress reached 15% the first week of the year. Several stories, including the presidential campaign and the State of the Union speech, have gone as high as 13% in a given week. The Anna Nicole Smith story has never exceeded 10% of the total newshole.

Source:
journalism.org
Imus Second Biggest Story of 2007 So Far


17 avril 2007

La charte en 50 mots Canada

Aujourd'hui, la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés a 25 ans. Comme plusieurs n'ont pas lu ce document fondateur du Canada, la voici résumé en 50 mots (sous forme de tagcloud):

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