SUPPORTERS OF ISRAELI CRIMES AGAINST THE PALESTINIANS AND THE UNITED STATES
THE ROLL CALL OF THE BACKERS OF ZION
A VERY FEW OF THE MANY COLUMNISTS AND COMMENTATORS WHO CAN BE COUNTED UPON TO SUPPORT ISRAEL NO MATTER WHAT TERRIBLE CRIMES ISRAEL COMMITS AGAINST THE PALESTINIANS AND THE UNITED STATES:
· George Will, The Washington Post, Newsweek and ABC News
· William Safire, The New York Times
· A.M. Rosenthal, The New York Daily News, formerly Executive Editor of and later columnist for, The New York Times,
· Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post, PBS, Time, and The Weekly Standard, formerly of The New Republic.
· Michael Kelly, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, National Journal, and MSNBC.com, formerly of The New Republic and The New Yorker.
· Lally Weymouth, The Washington Post and Newsweek
· Martin Peretz, The New Republic,
· Daniel Pipes, The New York Post
· Andrea Peyser, The New York Post
· Dick Morris, The New York Post
· Lawrence Kaplan, The New Republic
· William Bennett, CNN
· William Kristol, The Washington Post, the Weekly Standard, Fox News, formerly of ABC News
· Robert Kagan, The Washington Post and The Weekly Standard,
· Mortimer Zuckerman, US News and World Report (Zuckerman is also Chairman of Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations ).
· David Gelertner, The Weekly Standard
· John Podhoretz, The New York Post and The Weekly Standard
· Mona Charen, The Washington Times
· Morton Kondracke, Roll Call, Fox News formerly of The McLaughlin Group, The New Republic and PBS
· Fred Barnes, The Weekly Standard, Fox News, formerly of The New Republic, The McLaughlin Group, and The Baltimore Sun
· Sid Zion, The New York Post, The New York Daily News,
· Yossi Klein Halevi The New Republic,
· Sidney Zion, The New York Post, formerly of The New York Daily News
· Norman Podhoretz, Commentary,
· Jonah Goldberg, National Review and CNN
· Laura Ingraham, CNN, formerly of MSNBC and CBS News
· Jeff Jacoby, The Boston Globe
· Rich Lowry, National Review
· Andrew Sullivan, The New Republic
· Seth Lipsky, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Sun, formerly of the Jewish Forward
· Irving Kristol, The Public Interest, The National Interest and The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page
· Allan Keyes, MSNBC, WorldNetDaily.com
· Brit Hume, Fox News
· John Leo, US News and World Report
· Robert Bartley, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page
· John Fund, The Wall Street Journal OpinionJournal, formerly of The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page
· Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page,
· Ben Wattenberg, The Washington Times, PBS
· Tony Snow, Washington Times and Fox News
· Lawrence Kudlow, National Review and CNBC
· Alan Dershowitz, Boston Herald, Washington Times
· David Horowitz, Frontpage.com
· Jacob Heilbrun, The Los Angeles Times
· Thomas Sowell, Washington Times
· Frank Gaffney Jr, Washington Times
· Emmett Tyrell, American Spectator and New York Sun
· Cal Thomas, Washington Times
· Oliver North, Washington Times and Fox News, formerly of MSNBC
· Michael Ledeen, Jewish World Review
· William F. Buckley, National Review
· Bill O'Reilly, Fox News
· Paul Greenberg, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette,
· L. Brent Bozell, Washington Times
· Todd Lindberg, Washington Times
· Michael Barone, US News and World Report and The McLaughlin Group
· Ann Coulter, Human Events,
· Linda Chavez, Creators Syndicate
· Cathy Young, Reason Magazine
· Uri Dan, New York Post
· Dr. Laura Schlessinger, morality maven
· Rush Limbaugh, radio host
· Zev Chafets, New York Daily News
PUBLICATIONS THAT, FOR REASONS OF OWNER OR EDITORSHIP CAN BE COUNTED UPON TO SHAMEFULLY SUPPORT ISRAEL REFLEXIVELY AND WITHOUT QUALIFICATION:
· The New Republic (Martin Peretz, Michael Steinhardt, Roger Hertog, Owners)
· Commentary (American Jewish Committee, Owner)
· US News and World Report (Mortimer Zuckerman, Owner)
· The New York Daily News (Mortimer Zuckerman, Owner)
· The New York Post (Rupert Murdoch, Owner)
· The Weekly Standard (Rupert Murdoch, Owner)
· The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page (Peter Kann, Editor)
· The Atlantic Monthly (Michael Kelly, Editor)
COLUMNISTS LIKELY TO CRITICIZE THE PALESTINIANS, AND VIEW THEMSELVES TO BE SUPPORTERS OF ISRAEL, AND ULTIMATELY, WOULD SUPPORT ISRAELI TERROR OVER
PALESTINIAN RIGHTS AND USA INTERESTS :
· Thomas Friedman, The New York Times,
· Richard Cohen, The Washington Post and New York Daily News
· Avishai Margolit, The New York Review of Books
· David Remnick, The New Yorker
· Eric Alterman, The Nation and MSNBC.com
· The New York Times Editorial Board
· The Washington Post Editorial Board
VERY FEW COLUMNISTS LIKELY TO BE REFLEXIVELY BALANCED :
· Robert Novak, The Washington Post
· Pat Buchanan, WorldNetDaily.com, formerly of The Washington Times and CNN.
· Alexander Cockburn, The Nation and New York Press
· Christopher Hitchens, The Nation and Vanity Fair
· Edward Said, The Nation
Editor's note: Edward Said and The Nation executive Katrina Vanden Heuvel are members of the Council on Foreign Relations, or the American division of the Illuminati.
Apartial list of names of Israeli disinformation agents who have infiltrated the media to poison the minds of the American people.
Summarizing the problem of Israeli control over American public opinion:
Unfortunately , in our nation of almost three hundred million people, there is a meager number of prominent media types who are reflexively -balanced in the Israeli Palestinian issues. This certainly would seem to prove the point that the mass communications industry is extremely hostile to the Palestinian issue.
A VERY FEW DO TRY FROM TIME TO TIME TO INTRODUCE BALANCED REPORTING WHEN ALLOWED, AND AT RISK TO THEIR JOBS AND CAREERS:
Christiane Amanpour (CNN) America's problems in the Middle East stem from its relationship with Israel. She blames Netanyahu and Sharon for the current conflict.
James A. Baker III (Los Angeles Times Syndicate): "Sharon's policies are to blame", "Fuck the Jews."
Ashleigh Banfield (MSNBC): "And a lot of the people in the world can't help but wonder how such a strong army can continue such a tough operation against such a weak people like the Palestinians."
Jimmy Breslin (Newsday): "It is the Israeli occupation that is the cause of the problem. (The Israelis) are dangerous and arrogant.
Tom Brokaw (NBC News): Has expressed irritation with American Jews who are "more loyal to Israel than to the United States." He is the managing editor of a news broadcast that reflects his low opinion of both disloyal American Jews and Israel.
Zbignew Brzezinski (Los Angeles Times Syndicate): "The Israelis are becoming increasingly like the white supremacist South Africans."
Editor's note: Zbignew Brzezinski is an original member of the Trilateral Commission.
Chris Bury (ABC News) Nightline. The show featured an Israeli family (who blamed Israel), a Palestinian family (who blamed Israel), and an impartial Arab analyst (who blamed Israel).
Carl Cameron (Fox) Correctly reported that Israeli agents posed as art students subsequent to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in order to gain access to sensitive documents in federal office buildings.
David Corn (The Nation): "Israeli attacks on Palestinians can be characterized as state terrorism."
Steve Croft (CBS News): "Israel is guilty of torturing Palestinians. It is barbaric."
Mohammed Daraghmeh (Associated Press)Reported a story that correctly accused Israelis of murdering Palestinian babies routinely.
Gillian Findley (ABC News) blames Israel for "abhorrent atrocities."
Georgie Anne Geyer (Universal Press Syndicate) has written of a covert plan by Ariel Sharon to eventually move all of the Palestinians to Jordan.
Linda Gradstein (NPR) Has said that, since 1973, the Middle East conflict has been the fault of the Israelis.
Joshua Hammer (Newsweek) Reporting from the West Bank, he writes that Israel is "bellicose," "brutal," and "cruel."
Seymour Hirsh (New York Times) has repeatedly compared Israeli attitudes toward Palestinians to the Nazis' policy toward Jews.
Peter Jennings (ABC News) Has said correctly that Jewish reporters should not be allowed to cover Israel because they are "too biased." He has repeatedly accused Israel of "thumbing its nose" at America.
Howard Kurtz (Washington Post) condemns Israel for being heavy handed.
Michael Lerner (Tikkun) . He is "appalled by Israel's brutal repression of Palestinians."
Jennifer Ludden (NPR) accused Israel of being "anti-Christian" for surrounding Palestinians who hid in the Church of the Nativity.
Mary McGrory (Washington Post) repeatedly accused former Prime Minister Netanyahu of plotting against the Palestinians by ordering "a midnight construction of a tunnel under the Wailing Wall."
John McLaughlin (The McLaughlin Group) "Ariel Sharon is the terrorist! Israel is the terrorist!"
Scott MacLeod (Time) . MacLeod blames Israel for provoking Palestinians.
Dave Marash (ABC News) He has frequently blamed Israel for the continued violence.
Michael Moore (MichaelMoore.com/NY Times Best Seller List) signed his name to a letter alleging "Israel is acting as Pharaoh to a population that is seeking its own freedom and self-determination."
Terry Moran (ABC News) argued to Ari Fleischer that the only leverage the Bush administration can successfully use in the Middle East is to cut off aid to Israel.
Victor Navasky (The Nation) Christopher Hitchens' patron has identified the villains in the Middle East as Israel.
William Pfaff (Los Angeles Times Syndicate) He has repeatedly appeared on the PBS NewsHour show Israeli "brutality."
Martha Raddatz (ABC News): "Israel is behaving very badly. There is a serious question about whether they can be trusted."
Dean Reynolds (ABC News): "The Israelis will not let us go everywhere we want to go on the West Bank, indicating that they must have something to hide." "It appears that Israel might have conducted a massacre."
Geraldo Rivera (Fox): "Israel is inflicting terrorism." "I am a Palestinian."
Matthew Rothschild (The Progressive) has one foolproof solution to the current Middle East conflict: Let there be no doubt: The U.S. Must Pressure Israel!
Morley Safer (CBS News) has identified Israel as the roadblock to peace.
Robert Scheer (Creator's Syndicate). He recently wrote that Israeli behavior is "monstrous," and chastised American Jews who support it.
Kate Seelye (NPR) has called Sharon a "war criminal" and the "Butcher of Beirut."
Charles Sennott (Boston Globe) horrified readers with a gruesome account of how Israeli tanks terrorized an Arab village in 1948, creating refugees who remain traumatized to this day.
Bob Simon (CBS News) vividly described an Israeli Defense Force assault on unarmed Palestinians.
Scott Simon (NPR): "The Israelis have been brutal. They have deliberately broken the bones of Palestinian children."
Joe Sobran (Griffin Internet Syndicate): "Israel is a racist country. It has no right to exist."
Alisa Solomon (Village Voice) advocates cutting off foreign aid to Israel.
Norman Solomon (Creators Syndicate) claims that Israel is "an apartheid state, in many ways worse than South Africa."
Deborah Sontag (New York Times) wrote a lengthy piece casting Arafat as a statesman. She said that Barak and Clinton are lying about the breakdown of the Camp David negotiations in 2000, while Arafat is telling the truth.
Leslie Stahl (CBS News) equates Sharon with Goliath and Arafat with David.
Helen Thomas (AP) blames Ariel Sharon for the current violence in the region. She demanded to know when Bush will "stop the Israeli violence."
Mike Wallace (CBS News) reported that Israeli police fired on a Palestinian crowd at the Temple Mount.
Jude Wanniski (Polymetrics.com) says, "America would not blanch if Ariel Sharon used daisy cutters on Yasir Arafat's compound in Ramallah."
Linda Wertheimer (NPR) Accused Israel of attempting to drive Arabs out of Jerusalem.
Tracy Wilkinson (Los Angeles Times) "Israel is the victimizer and the Palestinians are the victims."
Juan Williams (Fox/NPR): "The Israelis are the aggressors. The Israelis are wrong."
Daniel Williams (Washington Post) claims that the current violence was "triggered by Ariel Sharon."
Brian Williams (NBC/MSNBC) described the current conflict this way: "The Israeli army just keeps killing."
The American media is parroting the "Israeli narrative." This is especially true of network television news, which three quarters of the American people use as their primary source for information. The major newspapers in America, editorialize a pro Israel line. It is true that talk radio is pro-Israel.
"The entire balanced contingent does not add up to a single George Will or William Safire, much less a Wall Street Journal or U.S. News." This is true. When you have "pundits posing as journalists" reporting pro-Israeli lies from the scene? They are joined by the major newspapers and television networks in expressing selective pseudo moral support for Israeli crimes
There is voluminous evidence that large numbers of mainstream journalists have exhibited shameless undisguised coverup for Israel and its criminal activities.
Since 1973, Israel has cost the United States about $1.6 trillion in taxpayer's money. (A lot of that cash was filtered back into the U.S. in order to purchase Congress.
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