Thursday, May 02, 2019

Dershowitz denounces the NY Times

Lawyers are experts at advocating a view. Here is an opinion from one of the best advocates for Jews.

Harvard law professor, and prominent Zionist, Alan M. Dershowitz writes:
What is it, then, about Jews that allowed such a degrading cartoon about one of their leaders? ...

The New York Times should be especially sensitive to this issue, because they were on the wrong side of history when it came to reporting the Holocaust. They deliberately buried the story because their Jewish owners wanted to distance themselves from Jewish concerns. Nor is the publication of this anti-Semitic cartoon a one-off. For years now, the New York Times op-ed pages have been one-sidedly anti-Israel. Its reporting has often been provably false, and all the errors tend to favor Israel's enemies. ...

In recent years, it has become more and more difficult to distinguish between the reporting of the New York Times and their editorializing. Sometimes its editors hide behind the euphemism "news analysis," when allowing personal opinions to be published on the front page. More recently, they haven't even bothered to offer any cover. ...

One traditional anti-Semitic trope is that "the Jews control the media." People who peddle this nonsense often point to the New York Times, which is, in fact, published by a prominent Jewish family, the Sulzbergers. Anyone who reads the New York Times will immediately see the lie in this bigoted claim: Yes, the New York Times has long been controlled by a Jewish family. But this Jewish family is far from being supportive of Jewish values, the nation-state of the Jewish people or Jewish sensibilities. If anything, it has used its Jewishness as an excuse to say about Jews and do to Jews what no mainstream newspaper, not owned by Jews, would ever do.
There is some truth to this. Jews do not permit non-Jews to criticize them.

The Daily Stormer, which blames the Jews for pretty everything and is severely censored for it, admits to its main sources:
If people would simply go read what the Jews write in their own publications, there would really be no need for the Daily Stormer. They really lay it all out there.
It is also true that there is a big difference between the orthodox and secular Jews. Orthodox Jews in the USA and Israel are often big Trump supporters, and believers in Biblical values.

The secular Jews who control the news media and entertainment are a different story. They have more in common with Communism than the Bible. They don't really believe in Judaism, but they sure hate Christendom and actively seek its destruction.

The above cartoon is from the NY Times, but is not the one that Dershowitz is complaining about.

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