Sunday, October 14, 2012

WHERE IS DEEP THROAT WHEN YOU NEED HIM?


By Simon Fischler

Looking at the Middle East section of the New York Times you would find plenty of material about the ongoing bloodbath in Syria.

You could read about the flight of a primitive Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (drone, to you) -- one that could have been bought at Toys R Us -- by Hezbollah into Israeli air space.  

You could also read the excuses and cover-up for the disastrous miscalculation by the Obama Administration in protecting the United States Ambassador to Libya (Yet another egregious mishap involving private security contractors. When will the US learn?)

Most important, though, is not what is IN the New York Times Middle East section, but what is NOT! 

Somehow this renowned media outlet, supposedly the bastion of all that is “fit to print,” omits the astounding fact that the head of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood has called on the entire Muslim Nation to wage Jihad “against the Zionists to liberate Jerusalem!”

Some peace Israel has with Egypt! And please, don’t bother with the bushwah about Egyptian President Morsi no longer being connected to the Muslim Brotherhood!.

How is it The New York Times could ignore such a significant story? 

This is a news story in which an American ally, Egypt, is verbally calling for war against  another American ally; one it supposedly has a peace treaty with! (One wonders how former US President Jimmy Carter will blame Israel for this one.) 

Somehow the Times missed a story in which an American ally, with a government aided into power by the Obama administration -- an ally that receives and cannot live without at least one billion dollars of American tax payers’ money annually -- is actively calling for adherents to harm American interests in the Middle East. 

The Times omitted even the mere mention of an American ally now spewing the worst type of anti-semitic, anti-Israel rhetoric; stuff that has not been heard coming out of the mouths of the Egyptian hierarchy since the 1950s and ‘60s! 

By not reporting this story, the New York Times does not have to deal with the fact that the Obama Administration has done nothing to censor or condemn Egypt or the Muslim Brotherhood. 

It is also withholding important information from American citizens -- information that could be seen as unfavorable towards the Obama administration -- right before the American presidential election.

The Times’ sin of omission is yet another tacit acceptance of the worst American foreign policy towards the Middle East in the country’s history, as well as silent approval for the worst attitude  -- ever -- of an American administration towards its unrelenting ally, Israel.  

To say that the Obama administration has been bad for Israel is putting it ever so mildly.

To say that The New York Times is a silent partner to this travesty may not be “fit to print” in their eyes, but certainly it is the truth.

1 comment:

  1. Obama and Muslim Brotherhood

    9/7/12 Obama has the America Military doing a Military exercise with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Israel enemy. So whose side is he on?

    Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated the US government.
    http://muslimbrotherhoodinamerica.com/part-1-the-threat-doctrine-of-shariah-the-muslim-brotherhood/

    FBI, Justice Department and Homeland Security purged of all Agents that believe the “Muslim Brotherhood” to be dangerous.

    Muslim Brotherhood White House Staff:
    Rashad Hussain, Huma Abedin, Daliah Mogahed, Kifa Mustapha, Momamed Elibiary, and Mohamed Magid.

    See Part 8: Team Obama & the Islamists | The Muslim Brotherhood in America

    http://muslimbrotherhoodinamerica.com/pa (this goes to lecture 9, so go back to 8)

    Part 8: Team Obama & the Islamists The Obama administration has greatly exacerbated the penetration of the U.S. government achieved during the George W. Bush administration. This part of the course will concentrate on illustrative examples of Muslim Brotherhood-associated individuals who have bee...
    Contact your representative in congress and demand an investigation and Vote!

    FRANK GAFFNEY
    Frank Gaffney is the Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C.

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