CNN Readies For Mideast War

Posted February 12th, 2012 by Iron Mike

 By firing its Jewish journalists!

As reported by Dreuz.info, it seems that $$ are tight at CNN Israel.  Advertising is down because viewership is down. Can’t imagine why¡

So CNN fired their four Jewish journalists – leaving only their Arab journalists. No more balanced teams covering stories.

Editor Moshe Cohen, Producer Izi Landberg, Cameraman Avi Kaner, and Desk Producer Michal Zippori have over 50 years with CNN.

The remaining Arabs will be reluctant to report the truth of what they see, since they risk their lives when traveling in Gaza and the West Bank if radicals are displeased with previous stories. Remember – this is the land of the 1000-year grudge.

With the Muslim Brotherhood taking over in Egypt, and likely soon in Syria, and the Iranian Twelvers hell-bent on nuking Israel,…a major war is a high probability.

News [or propaganda] is a decisive weapon in war, and CNN has clearly taken sides.

Brace yourselves for an ugly summer.

/s/ Iron Mike
Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

2 Responses to “CNN Readies For Mideast War”

  1. Varvara

    CNN used to send in one Arab and one Jewish reporter to obtain balanced information. What happened? Doesn’t CNN want to tell the world what is going on in Israel? Will the Arab reporters tell the truth or will they be afraid for their families?

    I suggest viewers start reading the blogs. They will get more accurate information than the pabulum that CNN will dish out to us.

    I wonder if FOX will get on this story. I know that a Saudi prince owns a good size percentage of FOX but does anyone know if a Saudi prince owns CNN?

  2. Tom Gilroy

    Fox News has been leaning left recently and whether they provide an objective view from either Syria or any other hot spot in the Middle East will only be answered when we or some multinational force attempts to stop the massacre. Will they send in Rita Nynen, I don’t think so and how about their crack correspondent Geraldo Rivera who leaks troop locations, I doubt it. Only time will tell and let’s pray it is later rather than sooner

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