Chanah: On believing one's own propaganda - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    Memri is a right-wing Israeli propaganda organisation run by a Colonel Carmon who was 22 years in military intelligence so I wouldn't expect them to be exactly pushing for peace, that would be working themselves out of a job. The Guardian reports 'Its work is subsidised by US taxpayers because as an "independent, non-partisan, non-profit" organisation, it has tax-deductible status under American law.' I read Memri stuff regularly and would rate it on a par with the Murdoch gutter press for honesty. I suggest you take care not to believe the Zionists' own spin; that is what lead to the disasterous '73 war and later on to the Iraq debacle. If Memri ever forecast a khamsin I would wrap up warm and carry an umbrella. For full details of Memri's disinformation tactics see : http://www.guardian.co.uk/elsewhere/journalist/story/0,7792,773258,00.html

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    First published 00:00 29.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 29.05.05
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