Not Hateful Enough for the "Human Rights" AdvocatesI'd read about the BBC's flotilla film, but I haven't seen it yet. According to CAMERA, it's actually a balanced look at the event. Coming from the BBC, with its well known anti-Israel bias, that was a surprise . . . to everyone . . . on both sides.
A BBC documentary screened this week that investigated the Gaza flotilla incident on May 31 is causing a storm of protest – from critics of Israel, who are furious that the program was not as hostile to Israel as they thought it should be.Yep, forget such arcane concepts as freedom of speech and accurate reporting. According to the true hard core Israel haters, only one position is allowed. You are either with them in their hatred or you are silenced. At one time, I thought (because that's what the Israel haters kept preaching) it was only the Israel Lobby, with its Zionist tentacles that reach into all of the halls of power that could mobilize that kind of reaction, but now the hate-monkeys are in an uproar and the BBC is their target, so who knows what will happen next? This is one rabidly vicious group of people. And when they don't get there way, their tantrums can get quite evil. Unfortunately, these moral retards have been getting their way for much too long, aided and abetted by a mendacious mainstream media. Now that one of their allies has neglected to toe the line, their world is coming crashing down, kind of like that two year old upon hearing the word, "no" for the first time.
The critics, including an activist from the Free Gaza movement who was aboard the Mavi Marmara, are organizing demonstrations on Sunday outside the BBC’s London headquarters and other BBC offices, and are calling for a mass campaign of complaints to the BBC in general and the program makers in particular.
They are also prone to exaggeration, moral inversion, and outright lying. But here's an act that gives an even deeper look into the twisted, diseased souls of these "activists".
Free Gaza activist Ewa Jasiewicz said the whole tone and framing of the program was “utterly Islamophobic and racist and demonizing of Muslim activists.
Last month, Jasiewicz was part of a group of activists who spray-painted “Liberate all ghettos, free Gaza and Palestine” on a wall of the original Warsaw Ghetto.Evil, base, loathsome, vile, repugnant - get out you thesaurus and try to find the word that accurately describes the depths of inhumanity these foul creatures have plumbed.
On the other hand, there is John Lydon, formerly known as Johnny Rotten, front man for the Sex Pistols, and currently the leader of Public Image Limited. Count me as one of those who was surprised to read that he's been married to the same woman for almost 30 years. Color me even more surprised to read this quote from Mr. Lydon on his planned concert in Tel Aviv amid the cultural war against Israel, supported by the usual hate-monkeys and those who just don't know any better:
I really resent the presumption that I'm going there to play to right-wing Nazi jews [sic]. If Elvis-f-ing-Costello wants to pull out of a gig in Israel because he's suddenly got this compassion for Palestinians, then good on him. But I have absolutely one rule, right? Until I see an Arab country, a Muslim country, with a democracy, I won't understand how anyone can have a problem with how they're treated.I remember when the Sex Pistols and their scorched earth tour of the United States. I also remember seeing Mr. Lydon in a TV interview after the break up of the Pistols. He tried to be menacing, and maybe he was/is in real life. In this case though, he is on the side of right.
And then there is Obama: We can always trust Obama to consistently do the right thing, right?