Criticism of Israel Not Kosher! – July 9, 2012

In the UK, criticism of Israel has been banned since “The New Statesman” published this tepid attack back in Feb. 2002 and then abjectly retracted. 
 Zionism is not about a Jewish national homeland. That’s to trick Jews into supporting Israel.
Rather, Jerusalem is destined to be capital of the Masonic-Jewish world government dictatorship (The NWO- See The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”) This is why, in the Masonic-Jewish-subjugated plantations of the West, criticism of Israel is no longer tolerated. (Palestinians have been deemed ineligible for “human rights,” a fate that awaits us all.) 
In an attempt to be “balanced,” the offending article actually played down Zionist media meddling. But that wasn’t good enough. We’re not supposed to mention the “Kosher Conspiracy,” let alone put it on the cover!

Dennis Sewell – The New Statesman

That there is a Zionist lobby and that it is rich, potent and effective goes largely unquestioned on the left. Big Jewry, like big tobacco, is seen as one of life’s givens.

According to this view, Israel has the British media pretty well sewn up. Wealthy Jewish business leaders, acting in concert with establishment types and co-ordinated by the Israeli embassy, have supposedly nobbled newspaper editors and proprietors, and ensured that the pro-Palestinian position is marginalized both in news reporting and on the comment pages.

As one well-known foreign affairs specialist puts it: “The sheer scale of the activity is awesome. It operates at every level. By comparison, the disparate, underfunded and shambolic pro-Palestinian organizations don’t stand a chance.”

He insists that these words remain unattributable because, he claims, “the fact is that journalists put their careers in jeopardy by speaking up for the Palestinians. That’s ultimately the Zionist lobby’s most powerful weapon.”

Nevertheless, many journalists have spoken out against the Zionist lobby over the past 12 months…

Continues in full at source… 

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