Thursday, December 20, 2012

Lies about the killing of children: Veterans Today & Press TV

I have seen, over several days, looking at my blogger feed, more persons then usual looking for Veterans Today.[1] That is an anti-Semitic site that pretends to be for United States veterans. Tonight I found out why I have more traffic searching for VT. They have overreached their ugliness, both them and Iran’s Press TV. 

Michael Harris, a one-time candidate for governor of Arizona, and an associate of VT, in an interview on Press TV blames the shooting of 27 people, including 20 children, at Sandy Hook on the Jews. And VT’s editor, Gordon Duff, uses Press TV’s interview to write a horrid article entitled, “Israeli death squads involved in Sandy Hook bloodbath: Intelligence analyst.

The Jewish news site, Algemeiner, has an article, “Spanish Satellite Provider Bans Iranian Channel That Blamed Newtown Shootings on Israel. That is good news because Press TV has too often interviewed American and British anti-Semites and used them against both Israel and American Jews. And too often, in the past, some organizations affiliated with mainline church denominations have linked to Press TV—as though its information was legitimate.

Another bit of good news—I saw for the first time commenters arguing against Duff’s posting. When evil overreaches its bounds good people generally begin to understand the enormity of the problem.

[1]To see the public side of my feed scroll down the page.


Anonymous said...

That article is insane nonsense. Why did you even provide a link to it?

Debbie said...

I'll repeat what anonymous said above. That Veteran's Today article is insane nonsense. It's frightening that there are people that believe it.

Debbie Berkley
Bellevue, WA

Viola Larson said...

Debbie do you think I should undo the link to it. My thought was that hopefully IPMN will never again link to either Press TV or Veterans Today after seeing that.

A lot of people are ignoring the rise of anti-Semitism in the world right now and the link to the press tv video proves just how bad it has become.