Front Page Slander
by Sarah Meyer
Two opposing sides of human nature appeared in the Media within the last 48 hours. Front Page, for me, represents, the Media Face of Darkness.
Jimmy Carter: Jew-Hater, Genocide-Enabler, Liar
14.12.06, D. Horowitz, Front Page. For a full study of this dark media world and their corporate funding, see
The Haditha Doctor and the Media Dissemblers This is relevant information as the Haditha murder trials are about to begin. Compare the above bile with the following Guardian letter:
Israel boycott may be the way to peace
15.12.06. Letters, Guardian. Signed by: John Berger, Brian Eno, Sophie Fiennes, Eduardo Galeano, Reem Kelani, Leon Rosselson, Steven Rose, Arundhati Roy, Ahdaf Soueif, Elia Suleiman and 85 others. Ten Palestinians are killed for every Israeli death; more than 200, many of them children, have been killed since the summer. UN resolutions are flouted, human rights violated as Palestinian land is stolen, houses demolished and crops destroyed. For archbishop Desmond Tutu, as for the Jewish former ANC military commander now South African minister of security, Ronnie Kasrils, the situation of the Palestinians is worse than that of black South Africans under apartheid. See also: BRICUP Palestinian call for academic boycott
Take your pick with care, compassion and tolerance. Peoples’ lives depend on your choice. As for tolerance: I admit my own intolerance for the ethos of Front Page and the above work by Mr. Horowitz. But I am not paid for my intolerance.
UPDATES: Last Word: Jimmy Carter
25.12. – 1.01.07, NEWSWEEK/ MSNBC. Revisiting 'Apartheid.'
For excellent comments on another bulwark of MSM bile, Fox News’ O'Reilly, click here.
The url to Front Page Slander is: http://indexresearch.blogspot.com/2006/12/front-page-slander.html
Related Article:Palestine: Wake Up America
Sarah Meyer is a researcher living in the U.K.
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