1. Any of those 'Too Big to Fail' Wall Street Banks.
Those banks are very handy in helping with the sale of those stolen Iraqi and Syrian antiquities that are flooding New York and London. Almost the idea crime. You loot some ancient Iraqi or Syrian historical site, then make sure that your buddies at ZNN or FOX N*** get video footage of the place being destroyed while the thieves put the loot on EBay. A new twist to the old 'Jewish Lightning' insurance scam.
They also help the CIA launder all that Afghan heroin money, some of which goes back to ISIS/ISIL/DAESH/al Nusra, so the banks are definitely safe, at least from 'al CIA Duh' Inc.
2. Any (((MSM))) outlets.
'al CIA Duh' and its subsidiaries need Wolfie and Krauthamers to beat into American minds that we must keep hating and killing Muslims for the glory of Eretz Israel.
But they might visit to pay their respects, get further instructions and show off all the Arab scalps they have procured during the endless 'Wars for Wall Street and Israel.'
4. Bar or Bat Mitzvahs.
It's considered bad form to attack the bosses best friends.
5. Saudi Arabia.
Besides, most of the Saudi royals spend most of their time in either London or Paris, so what would be the point? And no one attacks the paymaster at work, no matter how pissed off they are.
Why attack the one who is providing medical care, NSA intelligence, money, weapons and all that nasty good PR that keeps Americans scared shitless of 'al CIA Duh' Inc.
7. Western politicians who are pro-Israel.
A good analogy would be to compare these back-stabbers to termites, since their traitorous activities on behalf of Jew Inc destroys a nation's foundation.
When all your efforts to negate the truth and keep Americans dumbed-down, ready to fight Israel's wars start getting ignored, then get your FAKEBOOK and Google buddies to censor the media.
“Israel is aiming to build an international coalition to force the world’s leading social media giants to prevent their platforms from being abused to peddle incitement to terrorism.Any Questions?
“The move, which was unveiled by Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan at Sunday’s cabinet meeting, aims at requiring Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and other social networks to take greater responsibility for such content.”