The New York Times, CNN, the Guardian and Al Jazeera are propagandists for the IslamoNazis who seek the destruction of the Jewish State.
The recent wave of terrorist attacks against the Jews of Israel has its source in Islam.
Modern warfare operate in two dimensions that are deeply intertwined:
1. The actual battlefield.
2. The media battlefield.
The PalNazis have benefited in the informational wars by virtue of their ideological alignment with the organs of the LibProgs such as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, all virulently anti-Israel publications who support the Democrat party.
The IDF, for better or for worse, has instituted a policy of warning Arab civilians that their homes are about to be bombed, thereby giving the allegedly innocent civilians the opportunity to flee and save their lives.
You would think that such an unprecedented measure to spare civilian lives would be met by LibProgs with cries of admiration—but you would be wrong.
My good friend David Gerstman, AKA Soccer Dad, analyses the depraved LibProg reaction to Israel’s attempt to avoid collateral damage.
New York Times terrorist enabler Jodi Rudoren recently wrote of the three murdered Jewish boys: “Palestinians… see the very act of attending [religious school] yeshiva in a West Bank settlement as provocation.”
Thus Rudoren, who has never met an IslamoNazi with whom she has not sympathized, does three things in one fell swoop:
From the Dec. 14, NY Times:
Many in New York’s professional and cultural elite have long supported President Obama’s health care plan. But now, to their surprise, thousands of writers, opera singers, music teachers, photographers, doctors, lawyers and others are learning that their health insurance plans are being canceled and they may have to pay more to get comparable coverage, if they can find it.
“We are the Obama people,” said Camille Sweeney, a New York writer and member of the Authors Guild. Her insurance is being canceled, and she is dismayed that neither her pediatrician nor her general practitioner appears to be on the exchange plans. What to do has become a hot topic on Facebook and at dinner parties frequented by her fellow writers and artists.
“I’m for it,” she said. “But what is the reality of it?”