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Posted by avideditor on January 30, 2011

Is Obama being pro Jihadi in the State of the Union 2011?

More on the sabotage angle here Busted: CNN Sabotaged The Video Of Michelle Bachmann’s SOTU Response – See Her Actual Version

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Nidal Rafa’s Verbal Assault on Danny Ayalon

Posted by Glezele Vayne on March 22, 2009


Honest Reporting’s rendition of some select parts of the exchange between Rafa and Ayalon:

NR: The thing is, do you agree that there will be in the future one Palestinian state [..] that all the Palestinians want is to be treated as anyone else in the world….[sic]…when you are making life equal for the people [..] when [their] dream to see Jerusalem… and in the West Bank, and Ramallah and in Jenin [..] you are not suffering at the end of the day and you want people to believe…

DA: Please, don’t get excited, of course I’m not suffering because I’m not killing anybody.

NR: And you want to decide, you want people to believe, that you as previous ambassador to the UN, sorry to say fascist, fascist [..] party… where this party… I am the indigenous people, I have been here as my grandfather was here before the State of Israel [..]

Crowd: What’s the question, what’s the question?

NR: …the whole thing you are talking about is bullshit, you don’t want to open your eyes and you keep [being] blind, not to see what’s the problem, and it is occupation.

DA: Now you know why you don’t have a state.

NR: And the only guarantee to live here is ending the occupation. Do you not recognize that there is an occupation? Yes or no? YES OR NO? Do you agree that there is an occupation? Do recognize the occupation? Yes or no? Give me an answer and then you can go.


DA: I would like first the eradication of terror, first of all, and secondly, your recognition that I have the right to be here, that this my country, I’m not here by anybody’s favor. This is my country, this is my land.

NR: It’s Palestinian land.

DA: No its not Palestinian land, this is Jewish land, this is what you have to accept, and if you don’t accept it, then we don’t even have anything to talk about.

Hat tip: Honest Reporting

From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

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Is The Media Fair In Its Portrayal Of The Israeli-Hamas Conflict? :: IPT in the News :: The Investigative Project on Terrorism

Posted by avideditor on January 8, 2009


Vodpod videos no longer available.

Here is a transcript:

COLMES: In his most recent posting on TheDailyBeast.com, terrorism expert Steve Emerson dissects what he says is the New York Times’ clearly sympathetic view lf Hamas when reporting on the Israeli-Hamas conflict in Gaza. Read the rest of this entry »

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Contact CNN and tell them to fix their lies

Posted by avideditor on May 19, 2008


I found this on the Camera site. Please write to CNN. Help prevent CNN from being the Caliphate News Network. 

ARAB VIOLENCE – Not Israel – Created Refugees

A May 15th CNN report by Ben Wedeman on Israel’s 60th birthday parrots many similar segments in the media which focus not on Israel, but on the Palestinians’ view of the event. An Arab man emotively and inaccurately claims that the “establishment of Israel” caused the Palestinian refugee problem. Wedeman fails to note that it was actually the Arab attack against the reborn Jewish state which created the war and refugee problem. If the Arabs had not attacked the Jews, there would not be a single Palestinian Arab refugee.

Click here to submit a complaint to CNN.

This is what I wrote:

I will no longer watch your station as long as you keep lying about the creation of Israel. On May 15th CNN report by Ben Wedeman he blamed the refugee problem on Israel. However if the arabs did not start fighting then there would not have been a single refugee. How dare you call it a catastrophe that all the jews where not killed. Please email me when you make an on air correction. Look at your ratings people are turning you off due to your anti-semitic bias. Please promote truth and the news. 

I would advise you write your own letter. But if you don’t have much time feel free to copy and paste what I have wrote. 

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Ted Turner Praises Terrorists As “Patriots”

Posted by avideditor on April 2, 2008

Media mogul Ted Turner in his latest interview talks about how Terrorist are patriots and how the myth of global warming is the biggest threat to our time. It is no wonder why CNN, Time magazine and other Turner productions have such an anti-American bias. This shows the link between lefties and Islamist Jihadis.  

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CNN Spin for Obama

Posted by avideditor on March 21, 2008

CNN Spin for Obama: “On Anderson Cooper’s CNN blog, Roland S. Martin spins out of control in an effort to help sweep up the mess left from pastorgate. He claims that Rev. Wright was only quoting Edward Peck, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and deputy director of President Reagan’s terrorism task force. He is particularly claiming that the controversial sermon that the ‘chickens have come home to roost’ was a quote from Peck. He goes on to provide what I guess is supposed to be the quote in question. However, if you watch the very start of the video above, Wright says straight out who this particular quote comes from….Malcom X!

One of the most controversial statements in this sermon was when he mentioned ‘chickens coming home to roost.’ He was actually quoting Edward Peck, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and deputy director of President Reagan’s terrorism task force, who was speaking on FOX News. That’s what he told the congregation.He was quoting Peck as saying that America’s foreign policy has put the nation in peril:‘We took this country by terror away from the Sioux, the Apache, Arikara, the Comanche, the Arapaho, the Navajo. Terrorism.‘We took Africans away from their country to build our way of ease and kept them enslaved and living in fear. Terrorism.‘We bombed Grenada and killed innocent civilians, babies, non-military personnel.‘We bombed the black civilian community of Panama with stealth bombers and killed unarmed teenage and toddlers, pregnant mothers and hard working fathers.‘We bombed Qaddafi’s home, and killed his child. Blessed are they who bash your children’s head against the rock.‘We bombed Iraq. We killed unarmed civilians trying to make a living. We bombed a plant in Sudan to pay back for the attack on our embassy, killed hundreds of hard working people, mothers and fathers who left home to go that day not knowing that they’d never get back home.‘We bombed Hiroshima. We bombed Nagasaki, and we nuked far more than the thousands in New York and the Pentagon and we never batted an eye.‘Kids playing in the playground. Mothers picking up children after school. Civilians, not soldiers, people just trying to make it day by day.‘We have supported state terrorism against the Palestinians and black South Africans, and now we are indignant because the stuff that we have done overseas is now brought right back into our own front yards. America’s chickens are coming home to roost.‘Violence begets violence. Hatred begets hatred. And terrorism begets terrorism. A white ambassador said that y’all, not a black militant. Not a reverend who preaches about racism. An ambassador whose eyes are wide open and who is trying to get us to wake up and move away from this dangerous precipice upon which we are now poised. The ambassador said the people we have wounded don’t have the military capability we have. But they do have individuals who are willing to die and take thousands with them. And we need to come to grips with that.’

It is interesting that I didn’t see any quote at all in the above that says anything about ‘chickens coming home to roost.’Confederate Yankee fills us in on where the quote was more likely to have come from:

The most famous single citation of ‘The Chickens Coming Home to Roost’ was as an alternate title of the Malcolm X speech, God’s Judgement of White America, where X attributed the assassination death of John F. Kennedy to the historical evils of white America at that time.I suspect that is a far more likely source for Wright’s invocation of that particular phrase, especially when we consider the historical contexts of both Wright’s speech after 9/11, and X’s speech after Kennedy was killed.At best, Jeremiah Wright credits here a ‘A white ambassador’ for saying ‘Violence begets violence. Hatred begets hatred. And terrorism begets terrorism.’There is no support provided by Martin for the claim that Peck said anything about ‘chickens coming home to roost,’ or any of the rest of what he cited.

A small excerpt from Ace’s rant:

So, CNN: He was just quoting Peck, huh? Just putting Peck’s quote into ‘context’?Gee, funny how such a key quote — the one you claim lets Wright off the hook — is entirely absent from your lying article.

More from Confederate Yankee:

Wright does indeed invoke Peck, and in particular, where Peck invokes the specific Malcolm X speech cited above.In short, Martin is being duplicitous when he claims that Wright was citing Peck, he was instead citing Malcom X through Peck.

In the long run it doesn’t really matter who Wright was quoting. He spoke it and believed it. The only reason it matters is another example of dishonesty and bias in the MSM. Its an obvious spin.

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