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Jews invented Hollywood. Print E-mail
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While Thomas Edison invented the motion picture camera, immigrant Jewish entrepreneurs (like Sam Goldwyn, Jack and Harry Warner, Louis B. Mayer) created Hollywood. Jews created the three major American television networks, William Paley's CBS, David Sarnoff's NBC and Leonard Goldenson's ABC.

Today about two-thirds of leading TV and movie producers are Jewish. Jewish domination of entertainment is little discussed in the mainstream media, which is also dominated by Jews, out of fears of arousing hatred of Jews.
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[A very interesting account of an article that provoked the Jewish establishment into its usual charge of "Anti-semitism" whenever anyone does any kind of critical analysis of any kind of Jewish activity. The most interesting aspect is that quite frequently articles are written by free thinking ordinary decent Jews (unbeknown by their accusers). I read one such article the other day in Vanity Fair while waiting to seee a dentist! written by a jewish journalist about how socked he was to be attacked as an anti-semite because he had criticised Israel.]

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Israeli IDF kills 12 Gazans Print E-mail
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At approximately 5pm on Monday 20 August 2007, an Israeli air raid targeted a car near the entrance of a former national security site in middle Gaza, killing six.

At approximately 1:45pm on Tuesday 12 August 2007, an Israeli warplane fired a missile at a crowd about half a kilometer from the borderline east of al-Qarara area in the southern Gaza town of Khan Younis. Three Palestinians were killed in this attack.

It was also reported that, at approximately 6pm on the same day, the IOF fired a ground-to-ground missile and killed two children near the Agricultural School in the town of Beit Hanoun, north of the Gaza Strip.

At approximately 7:55am on Wednesday 22 August 2007, the IOF fired a missile that landed in an open area, east of al-Sheikh Zayid town in Beit Lahia. Earlier at approximately 2am the IOF fired a missile at a crowd east of al-Shija'aiya neighborhood in the east of Gaza City, killing 22-year-old Yahia Omar Habib and critically injuring another person.

At approximately 9am today, the Israeli Naval Forces opened fire at fishing boats on Rafah beach and arrested eight fishermen, amongst them five minors.

At approximately 7:55am on Wednesday 22 August 2007, the IOF fired a missile that landed in an open area, east of al-Sheikh Zayid town in Beit Lahia. Earlier at approximately 2am the IOF fired a missile at a crowd east of al-Shija'aiya neighborhood in the east of Gaza City, killing 22-year-old Yahia Omar Habib and critically injuring another person.

At approximately 9am today, the Israeli Naval Forces opened fire at fishing boats on Rafah beach and arrested eight fishermen, amongst them five minors.


http://electronicintifada.net/v2/article8958.shtml
 
Petty crime is OK says mum Print E-mail
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Dawn Shackleton "Petty crime - it’s not going to hurt anyone is it? I’ve had some fines and cautions but that’s all. We are not a bad family. I just want an easy life."
Dawn Shakelton and her partner have 236 convictions between them. Mum has 21 of them.
 
MI6 propagand and dirty tricks Print E-mail
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 A key figure in Operation Mass Appeal was Sir Derek Plumbly, then director of the Middle East department at the Foreign Office and now Britain’s ambassador to Egypt. Plumbly worked closely with MI6 to help to promote Britain’s Middle East policy. The campaign was judged to be having a successful effect on public opinion. MI6 passed on intelligence that Iraq was hiding weapons of mass destruction and rebuilding its arsenal. A senior official admitted that MI6 had been at the heart of a campaign launched in the late 1990s to spread information about Saddam’s development of nerve agents and other weapons, but denied that it had planted misinformation. “There were things about Saddam’s regime and his weapons that the public needed to know,” said the official. The admission followed claims by Scott Ritter, who led 14 inspection missions in Iraq, that MI6 had recruited him in 1997 to help with the propaganda effort. He described meetings where the senior officer and at least two other MI6 staff had discussed ways to manipulate intelligence material. “The aim was to convince the public that Iraq was a far greater threat than it actually was,” Ritter said last week.
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2087-944831,00.html -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/3827207.stm Greg Philo says that 80% of the British population depend overwhelmingly on television news programmes for their understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute. But until they are given more context, he believes, they will remain ignorant of the realities of the conflict. A new survey has shown that many people in Britain think the Palestinians are occupying Israeli territory and not the other way round. Despite extensive media coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, some Britons think Palestinians are refugees from Afghanistan. The findings come in a study by the Media Group at Glasgow University. It concludes that television news audiences in Britain are confused about international issues. And the study says this means it is impossible to have a sensible public debate in the UK about how such issues could be resolved. Journalists 'nervous' The bitter conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians receives hundreds of hours of coverage on British television news programmes. But when the Glasgow media group asked a sample of 300 young people what they knew about it, the response was quite shocking. Although many of those surveyed had a clear impression of the violence and tragedy involved, most had little understanding of the reasons for the conflict or its historic origins.
 
MSNBS reporting Print E-mail
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The boring answer is, Nobody's. (The sanctimonious one is, The truth.) The real question is whether the role of the press in war extends to maintaining morale—and to what extent "maintaining morale" is a synonym for "not ticking off the viewers." Arnett's crime was that he "created a perception" of bias, to use the standard weasel words. Worse, he created a perception of the opposite bias from that which, as is clear to anyone with sight, MSNBC wants to convey. The network flies a flag in its lower left-hand corner and uses the military's name for the war, Operation Iraqi Freedom, to brand its coverage. Those also happen to be two on-screen signatures of Fox News, the vocally patriotic network that has continued to beat MSNBC and second-place CNN in the ratings since the war began. Patriotism pays. So Fox and MSNBC dueled over who was the greater quisling. Fox produced an attack-style ad highlighting Arnett's interview; MSNBC aired a spot (complete with flag) that promised, "We will not compromise military security or jeopardize a single American life," an apparent dig at Rivera. Even CNN (like TIME, a unit of AOL TIME Warner) was defensively asserting that it was no Mata Hari. During a live report from Walter Rodgers with the 3rd Squadron, 7th Cavalry, outside Baghdad, anchor Carol Costello prompted, "Walter, just to clarify for our audience, everything you're telling us is O.K. with the military, right?"
http://www.time.com/time/covers/1101030414/nside.html
 
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