Tuesday briefs

What do you mean, you don’t trust the Palestinians? Netanyahu says the IDF needs to stay in the Jordan Valley. Of course this will get spun as if the Israelis are enacting yet another “land grab” (the AP’s favorite phrase to describe Israelis in, say, east Jerusalem), but the fact of the matter is that when Israel gave up the Philadelphi corridor between Gaza and Egypt, the smuggling of weapons commenced early and often. But hey, if it’s up to the world, Israel is going to be forced to take part in its own execution, just like the Jews of yesteryear.

Anti-Semitism Israel “Apartheid” month commences: Phyllis Chesler has a great piece about how the left is just using Israel for its protest fix. Via.

Jews against Jews? So the Jews Zionists control the media, except at NPR, and this guy, who has a Jewish last name, is only too happy to agree with undercover citizen journalists posing as Muslims offering $5 million to NPR. So, Ron Schiller—are you Jewish? Because if you are, that makes your actions even more offensive.

When the man pretending to be Kasaam suggests to Schiller that “Jews do kind of control the media or, I mean, certainly the Zionists and the people who have the interests in swaying media coverage toward a favorable direction of Israel,” Schiller does not rebut him or stop eating. He just nods his head slightly.

Well done, Ron! Well done! Another reason for me to continue to refuse to fund NPR. For the record, I don’t think we should defund all government funds for programming. I like the Richmond PBS station, and think the PBS stations give programming we would not otherwise get. NPR, on the other hand—buh-bye.

Mini-Durban: It’s on, Israel! The UN is bashing Israel again. Because it’s not like there’s anything else going on in the Middle East of note.

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One Response to Tuesday briefs

  1. Alex Bensky says:

    One of the public radio stations in the Detroit area is WRCJ (“We ‘R’ Classics and Jazz”). It plays classical music from five a.m. until 7 p.m. and jazz overnight. Although it gets some underwriting money my understanding is that its primary source of income is memberships, and I am happy to pay something to keep it on the air.

    If NPR made even a swipe, however insincere, at presenting a balanced approach at the events of the day then “public radio” might mean something and perhaps it might be worthy of government support. Since it doesn’t, I’d just as soon that my tax money went elsewhere.

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