Jew Inc doesn't want you to see that organized Jewry is in control of the USA, especially when it comes to seeing the other side of the Israeli tyrannical control of Palestine.
One will see a nauseating display of that occupation this coming week when AIPAC comes to town, DC to be exact and gets hundreds and hundreds of American political figures to drop to their knees, begging Israel for some 'love,' but all they'll get is sore knees and a ruptured rectum.
The excellent movie, "Valentino’s Ghost" has been shown all over the world to standing ovations and positive press, but it hasn't been shown in the USA and most likely, will not be, thanks to the chokehold Israel and her sadistic supporters have over the USA.
"Valentino's Ghost" has been reviewed by the Jew York Times, but it hasn't been shown in any theaters, go figure. I saw an extended version of the film and it's fantastic, helping to bring to the front the very real concerns of Arabs, especially Palestinians that the USA is no longer a 'neutral' participant in the Israel-Palestinian dispute or should I say the Israeli invasion and occupation of Palestine?
This is a trailer for this dangerous film that Jew Inc doesn't want its American bitches to see. Why? Because it might make your grey matter start working and that's one thing Israel and her rabid supporters don't want to happen.
Here's a comment from the director, Michael Singh, left at the video:
Michael Singh: +David Murray Thank you Mr. Murray, it is quite heartening to hear your endorsement of the film. Our supporters include the New York Times (where it is designated a Critics' Pick) and every academic critic and ME expert who saw it, but there are many laymen detractors who cannot stomach the contents, as you can read in this comment section. My team and I are grateful for your mini review.That tax money that is given to the Public Broadcasting Service to, as they say on their web site, "PBS and our member stations are America’s largest classroom, the nation’s largest stage for the arts and a trusted window to the world. In addition, PBS's educational media helps prepare children for success in school and opens up the world to them in an age-appropriate way."
What a load of crap. 40 years ago, PBS did a decent job or at least a helluva lot better than they do now of bringing out both sides of the Israeli invasion and occupation of Palestine, but now they're just another Zionist mouthpiece, broadcasting lies, half-truths, propaganda and shutting out those that Jew Inc wants to bury, like "Valentino's Ghost."
Here's a prime example of that PBS classroom, a classroom with closed doors and a captive audience that is only fed Zionist propaganda about Apartheid Israel:
But perhaps the most troubling instance of the film’s censorship was evidenced by Singh’s encounter with PBS’s David Fanning, creator of the highly regarded documentary series, Frontline. Singh and co-producer Catherine Jordan not only envisioned Valentino’s Ghost being shown on PBS’s Independent Lens or POV, but felt assured that it would be when they were told by a chief programmer at the Corporation for Public Broadcasting affiliate which pitched Valentino’s Ghost to PBS, that Valentino’s Ghost was going to be the network’s “flagship film.” “And I believe it would have been splashed everywhere on PBS as a highly acclaimed film,” Singh told me, “if we had omitted Israel/Palestine and done the sort of benign film that other PBS documentaries on ethnic imagery have been.” Yet such was not to be. Singh simultaneously transcribed one of his revealing telephone conversations with Fanning, which subsequently became a diary entry that Singh graciously shared with me:FANNING: I agree with your premise and your arguments, but I will do everything I can to block the broadcast of your film on WGBH or in fact any other PBS affiliate in the country.
SINGH: Why is that?
FANNING: Because it’ll piss off my rich Jewish friends.
SINGH: So this huge subject will remain under the rug.
FANNING: It’s not a huge subject. You can cover your premise in about four minutes. What will you do for the next 50 minutes?
SINGH: I actually have enough material for a three-hour miniseries.
FANNING: How are you going to fund that?
SINGH: I don’t know. Get grants.
FANNING: And if you get Arab money, I’m going to find you out.
SINGH: What about Holocaust films made with Israeli money?
FANNING: That’s okay. Not a problem.
SINGH: That’s a double standard.
FANNING: Yup. It’s a double standard, and you’re going to have to get used to it.
SINGH: That’s hypocritical.
FANNING: Well, he who pays the piper calls the tune.
SINGH: That’s the exact opposite of PBS’s mission. In fact, it is a violation of their charter for the money people to influence filmmakers editorially.
FANNING: That’s the way it is, and if you quote me, I’ll deny it.Class dismissed.
Here's the official trailer:
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