Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Who is the "Monster"

CBC has this silly headline today - again as always quoting Israeli government sources as if they have an credibility and make any sense.

Palestinian posts make Facebook a 'monster,' Israeli minister says

Social media giant accused of not doing enough to remove posts that Israel says incite violence

Any intelligent observer knows it is the Israeli Government which is the "monster" - wantonly killing Palestinians on an almost daily basis; very few of which killings are reported by CBC.

What Israel wants is to shut down information. Facebook and the Internet are the bane of Israel's propaganda apparatus. They have full control over media like CBC, and want to control the Internet as well. This is the salient news here.

Incidentally as for "incitement", the Israeli Government is just as keen as inciting anti-Palestinian hatred, but CBC will never mention that. 

For example, Netanyahu recently released this (a video showing a blood-stained room):

What is the purpose of this Netanyahu video? What more does the world need to know about this terrible event? Why is he showing us her gruesome bloodstained room? Why are we hearing about her teddy bear?

Is Israel under siege by child killers– so this is a call for Interpol or FBI help? No that's not whats happening here.

Netanyahu is "interpreting" one isolated event for the world, talking about one Palestinian killing one girl, and deriving a political lesson. Let's see what he has to say.

This morning a terrorist sneaked into the bedroom of a 13-year-old girl, Hallel-Yaffa Ariel.He murdered young Hallel in cold blood. A picture of her blood stained room is almost too hard to see. There's a teddy bear still on her bed, a red beanbag chair, some pictures on the wall, shoes tightly packed in a bin next to her bunk bed.

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