Looking for a way to get out its message in Iraq, the U.S. Multi-National Force Iraq has turned to You Tube and has found some success with users who have made the site one of this month's most popular. The site aims to use footage shot by military personnel to give a fuller picture of Iraq, a spokesman says. PEJ examines the effort.

Comment: At the same time the Pentagon laid down a new rule that US troops are not allowed to use You Tube and other such sites claiming that the troops were using up too much computer bandwidth, the Pentagon (US Army) has opened up a You Tube channel to distribute it's pro-death and destruction, pro-Beast propaganda to millions of impressionable teenagers already conflicted by the hypocrisy of the powers that be.

Originally from Project for Excellence in Journalism - Commentaries on July 11, 2007, 11:14pm

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