Why is that?
Alison Weir: Media Reporting on IsraelBrainwashed to the nth degree by Zionist psyop outlets, like this one, EMET, that tries to portray Israel as some innocent nation, always set upon by Muslims hordes, when anyone who still has two brain cells left knows the opposite is true.
Recent exposés revealing that Ethan Bronner, the New York Times' Israel-Palestine bureau chief, has a son in the Israeli military have caused a storm of controversy that continues to swirl and generate further revelations.
Bronner is far from alone
As it turns out, Bronner’s ties to the Israeli military are not the rarity one might expect.
• A previous Times bureau chief, Joel Greenberg, before he was bureau chief but after he was already publishing in the Times from Israel, actually served in the Israeli army.
• Media pundit and Atlantic staffer Jeffrey Goldberg also served in the Israeli military; it's unclear when, how, or even if his military service ended.
• Richard Chesnoff, who has been covering Mideast events for more than 40 years, had a son serving in the Israeli military while Chesnoff covered Israel as US News & World Report's senior foreign correspondent.
• NPR's Linda Gradstein’s husband was an Israeli sniper and may still be in the Israeli reserves. NPR refuses to disclose whether Gradstein herself is also an Israeli citizen, as are her children and husband.
• Mitch Weinstock, national editor for the San Diego Union-Tribune, served in the Israeli military.
• The New York Times’ other correspondent from the region, Isabel Kershner, is an Israeli citizen. Israel has universal compulsory military service, which suggests that Kershner herself and/or family members may have military connections. The Times refuses to answer questions about whether she and/or family members have served or are currently serving in the Israeli military. Is it possible that Times Foreign Editor Susan Chira herself has such connections? The Times refuses to answer.
• Many Associated Press writers and editors are Israeli citizens or have Israeli families. AP will not reveal how many of the journalists in its control bureau for the region currently serve in the Israeli military, how many have served in the past, and how many have family members with this connection.
• Similarly, many TV correspondents such as Martin Fletcher have been Israeli citizens and/or have Israeli families. Do they have family connections to the Israeli military?
• Time Magazine's bureau chief several years ago became an Israeli citizen after he had assumed his post. Does he have relatives in the military?
• CNN's Wolf Blitzer, while not an Israeli citizen, was based in Israel for many years, wrote a book whitewashing Israeli spying on the US, and used to work for the Israel lobby in the US. None of this is divulged to CNN viewers.
Tikkun's editor Michael Lerner has a son who served in the Israeli military. While Lerner has been a strong critic of many Israeli policies, in an interview with Jewish Week, Lerner explains:
“Having a son in the Israeli army was a manifestation of my love for Israel, and I assume that having a son in the Israeli army is a manifestation of Bronner’s love of Israel... but I have a special connection to my family. I don’t deny it.”
For a great many of the reporters and editors determining what Americans learn about Israel-Palestine, Israel is family.
Jonathan Cook, a British journalist based in Nazareth, writes of a recent meeting with a Jerusalem based bureau chief, who explained: “… Bronner’s situation is ‘the rule, not the exception. I can think of a dozen foreign bureau chiefs, responsible for covering both Israel and the Palestinians, who have served in the Israeli army, and another dozen who like Bronner have kids in the Israeli army.”
Cooks writes that the bureau chief explained: “It is common to hear Western reporters boasting to one another about their Zionist credentials, their service in the Israeli army or the loyal service of their children.”
EMET’s Advisory BoardYou'll notice some of America's premeir haters of all things Muslim on the board, like Pipes, Shoebat, Timmerman, Wurmser, etc.
James Woolsey, Frank Gaffney, Daniel Pipes, Caroline Glick, Gal Luft. Meyrav Wurmser, Rachel Ehrenfeld, Ariel Cohen, Dr. Emmanuel Navon, Dr. Amichai Magen, Lori Lowenthal Marcus, Martin Sherman, Walid Shoebat, Kenneth Timmerman...
Hate they are trying mightily to bestow on American minds.
EMET is a Hebrew word for 'truth.' Truth fashioned by Zionist spin outfits and custom made to warp American minds.
And more brainwashing from the MSM, like the Jewish owned New York Times. I stopped reading the Times, since they deleted nearly all of my comments to stories. I never used cuss words, nor did I make threats. I only asked some hard-hitting questions about the USA-Israel relationship that was relevant to the story. And damn near everyone got deleted.
Yet comments that would advocate for the round up and mass incarceration of all Muslim Americans or ones that would say we need to turn some Muslim nations into a radioactive wasteland would not get deleted.
Zionist outifts like EMET, Zionist Organization of America, AEI, WINEP, and so on, are trying to turn America into a carbon-copy of Israel.
To turn Americans into people filled with fear, hate, loathing and full of rage against Muslims/Arabs so we'll go and fight Israel's wars for ME dominance.
So far, it seems to be working fine, thanks to the 9/11 false-flag.
Let's take this one step further: How many Muslims can you name that helped loot American 401k accounts and pension funds during the great MBS/CDO swindle?