Rosie's Blog Claims 'British Did It On Purpose' and Are Running 'False Flag Operations' With British Sailors In Iran

Rosie O’Donnell has graduated from outspoken and controversial, to corporate liability and national embarrassment…except in Hollywood, of course. As Bill O’Reilly pointed out (pt. one and two) on his March 29 show,  on her blog, Rosie now claims that the Britain is running "(f)alse flag operations," that "the british did it on purpose" (sic) and that the US is building a military presence on the Iranian border, readying for a summer invasion of Iran. This is a continuation of this morning’s "The View," in which Rosie discussed 9/11 and the British hostages held by Iran.

She said that America is wrongfully "dehumanizing" terrorists (you know, ‘cause they’re mothers and fathers, too), and the government-run one world media is feeding American "propaganda" when they say that Ahmadinejad is "evil." Rosie seems to be careening toward the wall on turn four at high speed with no plan of changing direction.

Here is Rosie’s poem, entitled "british hostages," (sic) that very amateurishly describes the glaringly uninformed ideas which are slowly leaking out of her like hot air from a giant, garishly-colored passenger balloon:

british hostages

anderson cooper
wake up

False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments, corporations, or other organizations, which are designed to appear as if they are being carried out by other entities.

the british did it on purpose
into iranian waters

we will be in iran
before summer
as planned

come on people
u have 2 c
i know u can

E.E. Cummings, she is not; this poem would get a C from a middle school English teacher. Kudos to her bravery for exposing the kind of poetry that tends to be written alongside the anarchy symbol, a unicorn and ‘I Heart Green Day.’

Newsbusters reader Fairlight pointed out that in her poem, Rosie specifically copied parts of Wikipedia's entry on false flag operations, without attribution. Maybe instead of cutting-and-pasting text from Wikipedia's false flag section, she should have perused the portion about plagiarism to learn what it is and how to avoid it. Then again, this is someone who can’t grasp that steel beams exposed to fire don’t have to melt to weaken enough to collapse.

It doesn't seem that Anderson Cooper is the uninformed one in this debate. I’m not a military expert, but unless the Brits are involved in a massive three-card monty game along the lines of faking the moon landing and got Iran to go along with the whole con, this doesn't appear to be a false flag operation, which, is a covert act that makes it seem as if another country or organization is responsible, not just one country claiming it wasn't in another country's waters. 

Day by day, she reveals more of what O'Reilly calls her "nutty" theories and "irresponsible" purposes. In “The Factor’s” segment about this poem, O’Reilly stated that the show’s numbers are "down big" in two main categories since a January high. “The Factor” also addressed the "The View's" advertisers, which must be getting nervous as each passing day brings more and more negative attention, and once they weigh in, Rosie’s chances of survival are about as likely as hers would be if she were an outspoken lesbian in Iran criticizing the government and Iran's religion.

Updated with information from Newsbuster reader Fairlight about Rosie's possible plagiarism.

Iran Wikipedia