4 thoughts on “New York Times Egypt-Israel Scoop That Never Was – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
task-attention.png
Comments are published at the sole discretion of the owner.
 

  1. Great ending points. Empowered media has placed itself in a bubble while emerging powers, some pretty much dominant today save for the amplitude of that empowered media preserving an illusion, are quick to heed your advice. Your advice is somewhat prophetic. Though it doesn’t end well for the prophets and the prophet types, it also doesn’t end well for the deniers of their messages.

    Instead of hiring Neo-Nazis like Quinn Norton to run op-eds in the NY Times, they’d be better off hiring the likes of you and your sources in tow. That isn’t going to happen because, as we all know, history incessantly and unimpededly repeats itself.

    Soli

    1. @ Ariel Koren: Yes, we speak every evening on the phone and via e mail. I have a special capacity to speak to the dead.

      I won’t go into the means of our communication. Nor do I have to prove anything to you. You can believe me or not. I actually don’t care a jot.

      But think about your presumptuous question: how do you think I was able to report stories no one else was able to report in Israel? And stories almost all of which turned out to be quite true and major scoops? Did I conjure them out of thin air?

      Do not respond to this comment. I don’t want to continue in this vein. I have very little patience for this line of questioning.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: