Thursday, May 26, 2016

Hiding Israel

The following article is important:

Attacks on hospitals killed nearly 960 in 2 years, WHO finds

'Attacks on health workers are not isolated, they are not accidental and they are not stopping'

If one looks at the WHO report it will be quickly seen that Israel ranks as one of the worst offenders. Indeed Israel ranks second, only next to Syria. The WHO reports 53 attacks on emergency care workers by Israel in the last two years, making up 9% of the world total.

It is well-known but never published by CBC that Israel regularly attacks ambulances trying to aid injured Palestinians.

Canadians do not support Syrian atrocities; we oppose them. But Canadian governments and individuals DO support Israeli atrocities with money and diplomatic support.

How can CBC fail to report how miserably our so-called ally, Israel. is performing? Isn't this even more relevant to Canadians than information about Syria? 

It is clear that CBC has intentionally omitted the facts about Israel as part of its regular practice of shielding Israel and misinforming Canadians.

How does this rate as news? which sedulously avoids reporting on real developments in Israel, such as the growth of fascist, racist sentiments amongst the majority of Israeli Jewish citizens, still had room in its short list of headlines today to include this innocuous article:

The Israeli military says its aircraft have struck two Hamas militant sites in southern Gaza in response to rocket fire toward Israel.

No one was harmed in Thursday's airstrikes or in the rocket attacks that preceded them.

Gaza militants have carried out only sporadic rocket fire toward Israel since the end of a 50-day war in 2014. The military says nine rockets have struck Israel so far in 2016, a steep drop off from previous periods.

Israel typically responds to the attacks with pinpoint reprisals against Hamas installations that cause no casualties in order to prevent a further escalation.

Recent rocket fire has often been carried out by Salafi groups who oppose Gaza's Hamas rulers. Nonetheless, Israel says it holds Hamas responsible for any attacks coming from territory it controls.

Was the whole purpose of publishing this to include the lying paragraph in bold above?

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

So Important; Say Nothing

CBC ranks Israel news as more important than most of the other 180 countries in the world, as evidenced by this headline article today:

Benjamin Netanyahu strikes new coalition deal, far-right leader to be defence minister

But one thing CBC never does is give the real news about how bad things have gotten inside the psyche of the Israeli public, and how much suffering there is for the non-Jewish people under the Israeli yoke in Israel and the occupied territories.

Monday, May 23, 2016

“Israel Has Been Infected by the Seeds of Fascism, Says ex-Prime Minister Ehud Barak

This is a headline for CBC, but they will never use it.

CBC repeatedly quotes Israeli sources, but only when they are lying or misrepresenting Israel's reality.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

CBC Ignoring the Real News

A few more thoughts on this article:

Moshe Yaalon, Israel defence minister, resigns from Netanyahu cabinet

The article fails to adequately reveal the reasons for the fallout between Yalon and Netanyahu, because CBC is always careful not to tell the truth about the nature of the Israeli society and government. 

Two recent incidents led to the breakup:

1) Netanyahu and others in government expressing support and sympathy for the cold-blooded killer of a unconscious Palestinian youth.

2) The Israeli government censure of a high ranking Israeli general who truthfully pointed out the similarities between Israel today and Germany in the beginning of the Nazi era.

In both cases, Yalon who is quite hawkish himself, drew a moral line and insisted the Israeli soldier should not be exonerated of his cold-blooded murder, and that there is much truth in the statements by the general about the deterioration of the moral standards of Israelis.

How artfully does CBC skirt around these real issues and fails to draw out the real story.

CBC is great at the abuse of language as well. What does "call for clemency" mean? It usually means that after a sentence is passed, that mitigating circumstances should be considered to lighten the punishment. That is nothing like the reality in Israel. The majority of Israeli Jews want the trial to be dropped, and that the killing of a Palestinian should be treated as a "non-crime". This is not a call for clemency; this is a racist call to scupper all morality and ignore all justice.

See how artfully CBC makes these horrible Israelis sound like generous forgiving spirits. It is disgraceful.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Resignation of Israeli Foreign Minister

Seeing today's headline above, first I asked myself why the gory details of Israeli politics are so important to Canadians. There are over 150 countries in the world and Israel is one of the smallest ones.

But if Canadians must know the details of Israel's politics, it seems to me that this would have been an excellent opportunity to expose the corruption of the Jewish moral spirit that has developed in Israel, and the hawkishness and anti-human rights stance of Netanyahu. But the whole article only contains this cryptic paragraph:

Yaalon is also a Likud politician who shares Netanyahu's dim views on the prospects for a long-term accord with the Palestinians. But they clashed this month over the trial of a soldier who shot dead a wounded and supine Palestinian assailant, with Yaalon coming out against public calls for clemency while Netanyahu took a more circumspect position.

Notice the softening language: "shot dead" instead of "cold-blooded murder". And "public calls for clemency" does not convey the monstrosity of the Israeli public's response to the crime. A call for clemency sounds generous and humanitarian. The reality is that polls show that 80% of the Israeli Jewish public thinks cold-blooded murder of Palestinians is not a crime that deserves to be punished. And it was not clemency the Israeli public wants; it is complete exoneration of the killer without trial.

The crime was filmed. What per cent of Canadians would not see it for what it was - a brutal, heartless and most probably racist murder. The real news here is that the majority of Israelis have lost a moral foundation. Their racism and militarism is off the charts. They are not like us. It is time CBC helped Canadians to understand this fact.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Will CBC Point Out the Absurdity?

Yesterday the Ontario Legislature gave first passage to Bill 202 which is an absolute travesty. It is grotesque. A junior high school student in her spare time could point out in a matter of minutes how dishonest and grotesque it is. But will CBC?

It is entitled "Standing Up Against Anti-Semitism", and is designed to cut off any organizations that support BDS from Ontario Government funding.

So here is just the simplest critique:

A) Equating support for BDS is an absolute fallacy. It has no basis in reality and is logically ridiculous. It is the same as saying supporting the Boycott Campaign against Apartheid in South Africa was just because of Anti-White hatred. Any child could see the illogicality of that. Can CBC?

B) The preamble for the Bill is replete with outright lies. For example it says that BDS targets Canadian Jewish businesses. This is an absolute lie. CBC could ask the drafters of this Bill to give just one shred of evidence for this claim. There is none. It is a total fabrication.

Because of Canada's derelict media, and CBC's bias for Israel, travesties like this Bill can get passed without facing the ridicule and denunciation that it so justly demands.

It is not too late. The Bill will go to a second reading. Will CBC stay silent?

Thursday, May 12, 2016

CBC - Always Protects Israel

Here is more news that CBC ignores, because it reflects badly on Israel although it could have a big impact on many Canadians:

International Airport, 29 April-2 May 2016

09 May 2016

Last week, participants from 13 different countries arriving at Ben Gurion International Airport for a planned meeting in Beit Jala of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Working Group on Climate Change encountered a level of aggression and intimidation from the Israeli authorities unprecedented in the WCC's experience.

Several participants - both WCC staff and representatives of member churches and ecumenical partners - were detained in prison-like conditions for up to three days, before being deported to their countries of origin. Others were ultimately admitted to Israel after exceptionally long and confrontational interrogation. All reported aggressive, accusatory and abusive questioning, threats and intimidation above and beyond what the WCC is prepared to consider tolerable.

Someone should remind CBC that they are paid for by Canadians and should serve Canadians, not Israel.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

CBC Ignores Real News

I was traveling in April, so I may be wrong, but I suspect did not publish any of the following information which came out in April:

U.S. acknowledges Israel's unlawful killings, excessive force, torture, discrimination against Palestinians

Summary of lengthy U.S. State Department report detailing human rights violations in Israel & occupied territories

This is real news. CBC repeatedly quotes Israeli sources, even when they are obviously lying, as when the Israeli military claimed a team of fully body-armoured, machine gun toting Israeli soldiers had to execute two stone-throwing Palestinian 15 -year olds because they were "shooting" at them. It is mind-boggling that CBC could publish so many articles based on totally uncredible Israeli sources.

So when the US State Department comes out with a report clearly describing Israel's "unlawful killings" of Palestinians, and that the Israeli military is guilty of repeated human rights abuses,one might expect CBC to publish this report in order to provide balance to all the ridiculous things they have already published based on Israeli sources.

Here are some comments on the US Government report taken from the Salon website:

A new report by the U.S. State Department thoroughly details how the Israeli government discriminates against Palestinians in almost every aspect of society.

The U.S. also confirms that Israeli government forces are responsible for unlawful killings and the use of excessive force and torture against Palestinians.

This is information that has been denied to Canadians by CBC's lopsided reporting. How can they not publish it when it comes from such a credible source? If the US Government which bends over backwards to support Israel reports this, it must be true and the situation is probably even worse than they report. It goes on:

In 2015, Israeli forces killed 149 Palestinians, roughly half (72) of whom were not attempting to attack Israelis.

Some of those killed or injured were children. 

Wouldn't Canadians take a more critical stance towards Israel if CBC had not regularly hidden this information from them?

The Israel Defense Forces, or IDF, often attacked medical teams and facilities and denied medical evacuations, the report notes.

It also cites human rights organization that "found overwhelming and repeated evidence that Israeli forces committed grave violations against children amounting to war crimes," including "direct targeting of children by Israeli drone-fired missiles and attacks on schools."

If CBC did not publish this report in full, it is proof positive that its number one mission is to protect Israel, and misinform Canadians on Palestine.


Sunday, May 8, 2016

Kudos to CBC

Today published an article that described Israeli policies of collective punishment in the West Bank. This is a good thing, and is rare indeed for CBC.

CBC deserves praise for this article, but still it should be noted that they pulled their punches by not clearly stating that Israeli collective punishments are in breach of international law, and that Canada should condemn Israel for them.

After all a Canadian Parliament that can condemn Canadians for supporting BDS, a campaign of non-violent resistance, could take a few minutes to condemn international war crimes by Israel.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Israel - Most Important Place in the World, for CBC

On May 5, had 20 headlines and three of them were solely about Israel. Israel makes up about 0.01% of the world's population, but according to CBC it warrants 15% of the news coverage. Talk about unbalanced!!!

Here are the three headlines, with some accompanying text:

First one:

Israeli government ministers accuse army general of 'cheapening' the Holocaust during speech

Maj-Gen. Yair Golan's remarks perceived as comparing Israel to Nazi Germany

But this year, emotions have been heightened and divisions deepened by a debate among Israelis over whether a soldier was justified in shooting and killing a Palestinian assailant who was wounded and lying on the ground, in an incident in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron in March


Notice this internal squabble inside Israel is somehow a world-shattering news headline.

Notice the language in the paragraph taken from the text: First the victim is described as an "assailant". Actually he was not the one on the site that was wielding the knife, so he did not assail anyone. The other Palestinian that was killed had had the knife. Notice CBC uses the words "shooting and killing", rather than "murdering" when video evidence clearly demonstrates that it was an act of cold-blooded murder of an unconscious person. Also how about the use of the word "incident" to describe this horrible crime. It was not an "incident" - an incident is when you scratch your car; it was a criminal act; a travesty; a disaster for the victim and his family.

Second one:

After launching airstrikes on Hamas targets in Gaza, Israel discovers new cross-border tunnel

Fighting in recent days has been among the most serious violence between Gaza and Israel since 2014 war

Gaza's health ministry reported a woman was killed in Israeli shelling that came in response to mortar fire by militants Thursday night. The fighting in recent days has been among some of the most serious violence between Gaza and Israel since a 50-day summer war in 2014.


The Hamas operative captured in April after crossing into Israel was identified as 29-year-old Mahmoud Atuna. The military said he detailed "Hamas' construction methods, and how Hamas utilized private homes and public institutions to hide the tunnels."


Earlier in the day, the military said it had hit "terrorist infrastructure sites" belonging to Hamas. The Gaza Health Ministry said three children and a 65-year-old Palestinian suffered light-to-moderate injuries in an airstrike that hit a metal workshop in Gaza City.

The workshop's owner, Hassan Hassanin, said his well-digging truck — which he described as the only one in Gaza that can reach a depth of 37 metres — was hit.

The latest escalation comes amid a months-long wave of violence that has seen near-daily attacks by Palestinians, mostly stabbings, which have killed 28 Israelis and two Americans. Some 193 Palestinians have been killed, most said by Israel to have been attackers. The rest were killed in clashes with Israeli forces.


Notice the entire tenor of this article focusses on the aggressiveness of the Palestinians. Its tone clearly exonerates Israel as a victim defending itself from Palestinian aggression. Nowhere does it clarify the fact that Palestinians are an occupied and abused people who are resisting Israel. Even the last paragraph above repeats the disgusting litany from Israel that there is "a wave of violence" from Palestinians when the reality is that Israel is constantly killing Palestinians whether they act violently or not all during this same period.

And how about the use of the phrase "clashes with Israeli forces" in the last line above? As often as not these so-called "clashes" were the cold-blooded execution of Palestinians. Is it a "clash" when one side, armed to the teeth, shoots on the flimsiest excuse a Palestinian? How is that a "clash"? A "clash" implies a minor incident with some degree of symmetry, when in fact that the situation on the ground is so asymmetrical as to constitute criminal behaviour. Most of the Palestinians that were killed did not have to die; they could easily have been disarmed and imprisoned. Many of them were killed just on the basis of a suspicion before there was even an active threat. These were not "clashes", unless this is a euphemism for "murder".

Some additional comments on the above paragraphs: CBC calls the massacres in Gaza of the summer of 2014 a "war". It was far too lopsided to be called a war. It was more like a massacre of virtually defenceless people - you do not call that a war.
CBC repeats Israeli military claims that the captured Palestinian revealed that Hamas uses private residences and public institutions to hide their tunnels. Does CBC not even suspect that this Palestinian informant was tortured, and perhaps was forced to say these things to end the torture. It is a real possibility that this claim, made repeatedly and seldom verified that Hamas uses private homes in its resistance efforts, is just a repeat of Israeli propaganda put into the mouth of a tortured Palestinian. Why is CBC so willing to repeat it?

Perhaps CBC might have mentioned how desperate Gaza is for water and well-digging equipment, and commented on the war crime nature of destroying the only civilian well digging apparatus in Gaza. This looks a lot like collective punishment and war criminal behaviour.

Third one:

Israel marks annual Holocaust remembrance day

In spite of the already overload of Israel news today CBC still thought this meaningless article needed to be included. The Holocaust was a horrible crime, but it was over 70 years ago, and it is already over-discussed in the media. This harping on the memory of the Holocaust is used by Israeli propagandists, CBC included, to cover up, or even justify Israeli human rights abuses. So the memory of the Holocaust has been sullied by its constant use to justify abuses by Israelis against Palestinians (who incidentally had nothing to do with the Holocaust).

Also CBC never thought it important to report on the commemoration of NAKBA DAY, or Palestinian LAND Day, both events of great importance to Palestinians which get virtually no media coverage at all. Everyone knows the word "Holocaust", but thanks to the collusion of CBC and other media, almost no one knows about the NAKBA- the Arab word for "catastrophe". This is in spite of the fact that the Holocaust is "old news" and the Nakba is currently ongoing. CBC has a strange notion of what is news-worthy indeed.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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