9 thoughts on “Israel Lobby Pressures Qatar to Kill Al Jazeera Documentary – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. So-called and self-promoted criminal defense guru, Alan Dershowitz, doesn’t understand the good cop/bad cop routine? Too bad. All I can say is, “Hahahahaha!” All of those attempts to “persuade the Qataris” to stop the dissemination of this documentary have become part of it. Who didn’t see that coming?

    Criminals have a real penchant for molesting the scene of the crime and the investigation itself. Especially neurotic ones that criticize Trump for whacking every “mole” he encounters, big or small, but to do just the same.

    Reminds me of when that children’s book, “P is for Palestine”, was published and there were, like, 20 headline articles about it. Couldn’t just let it go? Have to fight every battle? Yep. And that in the world of crime and politics is an age-old mistake.

    I agree with your points here, Richard, of MBS’ modus operandi (total fealty), but have to add that the Al-Thani clan and others that MBS has decided to become a sword (for others) against are much more shrewd, wise and prudent about their political moves. Muhammad Bin Kushner et. al. don’t stand a scintilla of a chance. Neither do Dershowitz et. al., who are overcome by this thinking that everyone else is a fool. Same thinking will serve as an comeuppance from China eventually. Some play the fool to play the fools.


  2. What is truly oppressive about this is not the act itself — but the cowed silence with which it will be greeted by the mainstream media.

    Wouldn’t it be nice if I were to be proved wrong? If the New York Times, the Guardian, Washington Post et al actually had the modest courage required to cover the story?

  3. Lol.

    ‘ The Turkish government is looking to expand its control over the internet and social media, leading to concerns that it intends to deprive independent journalists of their last refuge – and more broadly to censor programming that differs from its own world view…’

    Unlike, say, what goes on here.

    I suppose that so far, in America, our minders have to rely on their staff within the major news organs plus said organizations’ inherent cowardice to control what is published.

    Still, that mission seems to be more or less accomplished. How long, I wonder, until sites such as this are brought into line?

    We’ll just never know, will we? One day Richard, Philip Weiss, et al will just be gone. They could have retired, found true love — or been silenced. It won’t be public. It’ll just be the same sort of silence that fell over the major media outlets about a decade or so back.

    So say bye-bye now. While you can.

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