The Ugly Truth Podcast Jan 20th, 2010

Join us for a great discussion with Mark Weber of the Institute For Historical Review as we discuss Zionism and the danger it poses not only to America but to the world in general.

  1. #1 by kenken on 01/21/2010 - 9:34

    A caller to C-Span, Washington Journal live proadcast, while interviewing Michael Scheuer, former CIA Bin Laden Unit Chief, early this January said;
    “I for one am sick and tired of all these Jews coming on C-SPAN and other stations and pushing us to go to war against our Muslim friends. They’re willing to spend the last drop of American blood and treasure to get their way in the world. They have way too much power in this country. People like Wolfowitz and Feith and the other neo-cons — that jewed us into Iraq — and now we’re going to spend the next 60 years rehabilitating our soldiers — I’m sick and tired of it.”
    In a letter from the ADL to C-Span stated ” Following this outrageous tirade, host Bill Scanlan SHOULD HAVE stated, very clearly, that he found such statements abhorrent.
    While Franklin (the caller) and other callers of his ilk have a right to their views and to express those views, they have no constitutional right to airtime on C-Span’s Washington Journal. We urge you to evaluate your policies and procedures on how to handle such offensive remarks by callers, as well as issue an APOLOGYY for this particular segment.” (emphasis added)
    They have a right to their view…but not constitutioanal right!! Welcom to the Zionist constitution!
    Here are some other signs of the coming revolt against evil by their own arrogant mouth;
    New York, NY, January 20, 2010 . In the wake of a second synagogue arson attack on the Greek island of Crete in as many weeks, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today urged Prime Minister George Papandreou to “make clear that anti-Semitism has no place in Greece.”
    New York, NY, January 13, 2010 . The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today renewed its concern that Turkish society is becoming increasingly and openly hostile to Jews and Israel , with harmful statements by government officials and hateful depictions in the mass media.
    No prominent voices in Egyptian government or society are willing to speak out against anti-Semitism. (The Jerusalem Post, December 10, 2009)

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