CNN Covers up Death Cult Mickey Mouse Outrage
The outrage of the day is the way CNN tried to cover up the Hamas Mickey Mouse story; Glenn Beck was played for a fool by his CNN producers, and he talked about it on his radio show today:
With the bright glare of publicity fully upon them, the genocidal lunatics of Hamas have decided that their brilliant idea of using Mickey Mouse to preach Islamic supremacism was actually stupid: Hamas TV drops militant Mickey Mouse.
A program using a Mickey Mouse-like character to urge Palestinian children to fight Israel and the West and work for world Islamic domination has been pulled off Hamas’s television station for “review,” Palestinian Information Minister Mustafa Barghouti said Wednesday.
Barghouti said the use of the cartoon character in such a role represented a “mistaken approach” to the Palestinian struggle against Israeli occupation.
* In other words, they are sorry to have been caught…
A “mistaken approach” means that they revealed a bit too much of their true selves with this display of depravity and megalomania. Their goals remain as stated by Death Cult Mickeyâ€”the destruction of Israel and the Islamic domination of the world. And that’s not my spin; that’s straight from the mouse’s mouth.
It’s also important to point out that this kind of degenerate child abuse by Palestinians is absolutely NOT unusual. We’ve been documenting this stuff for years at LGF. The only thing different in this case is the mouse.
Infiltration at CNN
Beck’s radio show seems to attribute the ballyhoo over the translation which nixed his Headline News show’s use of the video to Octavia Nasr at CNN. Here’s Nasr in 2006:
OCTAVIA NASR, CNN SENIOR EDITOR FOR ARAB AFFAIRS:
CNN Editor Equates “Terrorism” With “Freedom Fight,” Insulting All Coalition Forces
By Andrew Cochran
You would think that a worldwide news operation would recognize and apply standards and definitions for the reporting of a “terrorist” and “terrorist act.” We appreciate and work with many outstanding reporters and commentators worldwide who certainly have no problem. CNN apparently has a problem, as indicated in an interview of “Senior Editor for Arab Affairs,” Octavia Nasr, by a student news reporter for CNN Student News. Read this excerpt:
CARL AZUZ, CNN STUDENT NEWS REPORTER: WordCentral.com defines terrorism as the use of a violent or destructive act to achieve a goal. Why is it so difficult for the international community to agree on a definition for terrorism?
Well, I think for one, terrorism for one person is a freedom fight for another. And you know, the Arab world always talks about this, as they say the so-called terrorism, because they believe that – in Iraq, for example, many people are struggling against occupation, so in many ways they support that struggle against occupation but then they draw a line between those who are struggling. They want a free Iraq, they want the occupiers out and those who are pushing the envelope and crossing the line by terrorizing people. And when we say terrorizing people, in a sense, it’s going after the innocent civilians, the unsuspecting civilians, taking hostages, beheading them. Committing acts that are totally unacceptable, even by the standards of a freedom fight. So, you know, if you think about it, “terrorism” is a subjective term depending on which side you are on.
Amazing that Nasr doesn’t appear to know the difference between U.S., Iraqi, and other coalition forces on one hand, and Al Qaida and Iraqi terrorists on the other. If, after all the beheadings, kidnappings, and suicide bombings perpetrated in Iraq by Zarqawi and Iraqi gangs, Nasr really believes that terrorism is a “freedom fight” by another name, she is not qualified to edit or direct other reporters. And it’s insulting that she uses the pejorative “occupiers” to describe coalition forces, definitely not the objective, unbiased term for use by a world-class news operation.
Here’s more on the egregious Octavia Nasr:
By Mark Finkelstein:
Excerpt: You just knew it. The MSM had to find a way to downplay the significance of the killing of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq. Whereas he had been portrayed as the key to violence in the country, now that he’s dead, he is described as just one among ‘many thousands’.
Read Paul Sperry’s book: Infiltration
It is unbelievable that we have Arab Muslim infiltrators in our news services obstructing, sabotaging and distorting the news for us.
Here’s Death Cult Mickey for the record.
Now it’s time to say goodbye to all mujahideen: