June 22, 2012

At MsNBC the Lie Goes In Before the Name Goes On [Updated]

It's just a continuing fornication festival for the PhotoBlog boys working their way up at the traitors' network this week. First it was the creative editing of the Romney speech by Andrea "I'm lying as fast as I can" Mitchell and now they round out Friday with one of their classic pro-Palestinian bias jobs.

Step one: Take a photo of an Isreal/Palestinian land dispute (hardly rare, what?), and whip it out to the net with the thoughtful courageous headline:


Step two: Wait about a second until you are caught in your bias yet again:


Step three: Courageously cut that "courageous" word that made all your fellow MSNBC liars for hire feel so good and pretend nothing happened.


There are many things one can say to the kinds of poseurs and bad Americans and organizations that do this sort of thing. But they are all to little effect since long experience has shown that you cannot insult whores.

Source story:Youth protests land seizure - PhotoBlog

UPDATE: To see the slanted selection process, take a look at the ten images they had to choose from at Getty Images. Did they take the one with the smallest kid and the meanest cops and leave out the thugs and stone throwing? Yes they did. LINK HERE.

Posted by gerardvanderleun at June 22, 2012 4:02 PM
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MSNBC gives deception a whole new meaning. You can tell when they're in deception mode by their snarky smiles. They probably think they're cute, but they're only giving themselves away.

Posted by: BillH at June 22, 2012 6:08 PM

Unless I'm mistaken, the eeeeeviiiil, Jeeeewwwwwwsssss behind the face shields are grinning and laughing at the antics of the cute chubby kid.

"Jewish soldiers torment and mock courageous Palestinian boy defending his mother from rape by barb-C*cked Jewish Monsters." I can see the next headline now.

Posted by: Fred Z at June 22, 2012 6:58 PM

The Palestinians mean nothing to the media types other than it allows them to get their "Jew-Hate" on without any backlash or guilt.

Posted by: Mikey NTH at June 22, 2012 9:12 PM

It is really hard to find accurate news on the web in regard to Israel. It took me quite a while to find anything about atrocities committed by the palestinians when they were in southern Lebanon. All I got were results for Israel, in the area.

Agitators have been known to go to isolated Israeli outposts in the middle of nowhere to film "clashes between palestinians and the IDF".

During the Lebanon war an arab took a dead baby and paraded it around with dozens of photogs following the guys every move. I could go on, but the examples are almost endles; google Pallywood some time.

From what I could gather, Kafr Qaddum is a palestinian town where they have weekly "non-violent" protests against Israel.

Posted by: mjazzguitar at June 23, 2012 1:18 PM

One small point to add: at least some of the folks behind the shields may not be Eeeevvilll Joooos at all. If they're Israeli Border Police, there's a good chance some of them are Druze. The Druze are Arabs who follow an offshoot of Islam, and who live in Israel, Lebanon, and Syria. In Israel, because of a decision by Druze elders in the 1950s to cast their lot with Israel, they're full Israeli citizens who are drafted into the IDF, and who also have a history of serving in the Border Police. And no, neither they nor the Palestinian Arabs from the occupied territories like each other very much.

Posted by: waltj at June 24, 2012 6:44 AM

One interesting fact about the Druze is that they will not accept converts.

Posted by: mjazzguitar at June 24, 2012 6:31 PM

That poor, poor youth...
I bet his name is Trayvon.

Posted by: Uncle Jefe at June 24, 2012 8:51 PM

Shouldn't they have written something about palestinian child obesity?

Posted by: Former Lurker at June 25, 2012 6:26 AM