Riding Sun: Newsweek: America is dead: "As you can see, the cover story shows an American flag, dirtied and tossed in a trash can, its staff snapped in two. The large white text reads, 'Amerika ga shinda hi', which translates to 'The day America died.'
The equivalent international edition of Newsweek, the January 31 issue, featured a picture of Bush on the cover, with the caption 'America Leads ...But is Anyone Following?'"
If you're going to bash the U.S. on foreign soil, don't be two-faced (literally) about it. Own up to it Newsweek, or the blogosphere will make plain what you're cowardly to say to our faces.
I posted on my own need to be forthright here. Newsweek should be who they are, not one face in the U.S. and another face abroad.
This is another example of the Reformation of information dissemination changing the world as we have known it.