For many years, I have spoken about how the major media can be used (and IS used) to propagandize people, and how often it happened via the radio and newspapers during the beginnings and throughout the Nazi years of Germany.
I have often said also that this is not JUST back then, but is happening today via TV, both news and 'docudramas', and regular tv shows, as well as newspapers, internet, etc. I have cautioned people to NEVER just take the media's word, especially most of the major news. I have cautioned people to THINK, not just assume that what they are hearing is correct. The topics can be abortion, euthanasia, politics, and EVEN whose to blame for Hurricanes, war.... anything 'politically correct'.
A GOOD example of attempted propaganda was the recent NARAL ad on TV which was taken off the air after many angry people pointed out the fact that Judge Roberts had NOTHING to do with violence at abortion clinics. But as a result of it being on tv, even with proof to the contrary, some STILL believe he did.
This is especially true of the use of 'polls' today. Many follow the polls in deciding who they will vote for, what their opinions are on topics such as Terri Schiavo's death...but never research and find Truth on those topics for themselves.
In all of my reading of Nazi Germany and the beginnings of Israel as a nation May, 1948, I have also seen that much of what we hear about 'Palestinians' is also propaganda, beginning with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, who was MORE than just an admirer of Hitler. He was an ally, a fellow enemy of Jewish people regardless of where they live. He had been an enemy long before Hitler, in fact. His influence did not end with his death, as a distant relative of his had become a devoted student, admirer, follower...and finally, leader of the Palestinians...as stated on First Things in the article by David G Dalin, Hitler’s Mufti.
After the defeat of the Axis powers, Hajj Amin al-Husseini escaped indictment as a war criminal at Nuremberg by fleeing to Egypt, where he received political asylum and where, shortly after his arrival, he met the young Yasser Arafat, a teenager then living in Cairo. (Arafat and al-Husseini were, in fact, distantly related: Arafat’s mother was the daughter of al-Husseini’s first cousin.) Arafat soon became a devoted protégé of the grand Mufti, who brought a former Nazi commando to Egypt to teach Arafat and others how to fight. Arafat first shed Jewish blood during terrorist raids against Israel in 1947.
The Mufti’s mission of waging ongoing war against the Jews was continued by Arafat during the 1960s and early 1970s. In 1969, for example, the PLO recruited two former Nazi instructors, Erich Altern, a leader of the Gestapo’s Jewish affairs section, and Willy Berner, an S.S. officer in the Matthausen extermination camp. Another former Nazi, Johann Schuller, was found supplying arms to the Fatah. The Belgian Jean Tireault, secretary of the neo-Nazi La Nation Européenne, also went on the Fatah payroll. Still another Belgian, the neo-Nazi Karl van der Put, recruited the PLO. So, too, the German neo-Nazi Otto Albrecht was arrested in West Germany with PLO identity papers, after the PLO had given him $1.2 million to buy weapons.
Arafat always revered al-Husseini, who died in 1974, as his beloved hero and mentor. In a major address in April 1985, Arafat said he took “immense pride” in being the Mufti’s student and emphasized that the PLO “is continuing the path” he set. Close to thirty years after al-Husseini’s death, Arafat referred in an August 2002 interview to “our hero al-Husseini” as a “symbol of withstanding world pressure, having remained an Arab leader in spite of demands to have him replaced because of his Nazi ties.”
I have been reading this site
off and on since 'finding it' via Janjan's blog
. I had not taken the time to listen to any of the media segments he has on his site until today, again at the suggestion
of Janjan. Anyone who buys the thought that the Palestinians want peace EVER with Israel, spend some time watching these
, after you watch this one:A MUST SEE DOCUMENTARY ON THIS WEBSITE WHICH EXPOSES HOW PALESTINIANS LIE AND MANIPULATE THE MEDIA WITH COLLUSION FROM MANY WESTERN NEWS JOURNALISTS
Then perhaps you can continue with these interviews. Joseph Farah is a Palestinian Christian whose family left the Middle East. Dennis Prager is Jewish. Walid Shoebat
is now also a Palestinian Christian, whose story is told in Why I Left Jihad
his book which was released on Mar. 15, 2005.
Interview with Joseph Farah (MP3, 14:40, 13.4MB)
Dennis Prager 5/23/04 (MP3, 34:54, 6.2MB)
Related Tags: Walid, Walid Shoebat, Former terrorist, Christian