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Thursday, February 16, 2012

How Iran's media publishes anti-semitism without being criticized

Every week or so, you can find an absurd, anti-semitic, conspiracy-heavy article in Iran's PressTV. Here's this week's entry, by Peter Eyre:
Many years ago after we had given independence to many of the former members of the British Empire one could have felt a certain amount of pride to be British but that has since long gone.

We now see another “Imperialistic Empire” taking its place know as the “New World Order” (NWO) with its headquarters firmly embedded in the City of London.

This evil satanic organisation, consisting mainly of Zionists and very senior members of the Freemasons have spread their evil tentacles over most of the UK and launched this country on a programme of continuous conflicts and war.

The NWO controls world finances, world politics, the UN, WHO, the ICJ, the judicial system, education, police and the military via its arm - NATO.

The heartland of the NWO are the Rothschild’s, members of the EU Royal Families, the Pilgrim Society, the very senior members of the Freemason´s (including many MP´s and members of the House of Lords), the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House London), Friends of Israel and The Bank of England etc.

There is a steady stream of politicians that pay regular visits to Chatham House to pledge their support for Israel with our current Prime Minister David Cameron, his deputy Nick Clegg and many others such as former PM Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, Ken Clarke, William Hague, George Osborne to name but a few. It is in the bowels of this building where they swear their allegiance to Zionists backed groups and Israel (their funders) instead of our own country.

Many people in this country do not realise that our dear BBC also forms part of this same satanic rot and is highly funded by the pro-Israeli groups that manipulate everything we hear and see.
But these articles in PressTV are never written by Iranians.

Instead, Iranian media taps from their ever-growing roster of Western nutcases and tin-foil-hat-wearers to write what they really want to hear.

Since Iran claims that they would never be so crass as to attack Jews - after all, some 10,000-25,000 live in Iran, proof positive of how much Iran loves their dhimmmis - they are forced to use one of the oldest tricks in the journalism book. Find someone else who you agree with and broadcast whatever nonsense they are spouting. And at the end, in small type, print "The authors' views expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of Press TV News Network."

This way, they pretend to inoculate themselves from any charges of anti-semitism, while doing everything they can to spread classic Jew-hating tropes.

Enough Westerners buy the sham to make sure that it remains a prominent meme in Iran's English-language press.