Once is not enough.
The Guardian is at it again -- they are playing the 2006 bikini vlog on endless loop. Those poor boys must be exhausted.
If you missed this Goebbels-inspired smear piece in the Guardian the day before yesterday, (the only thing missing is that I am the Elder of Zion), then you have missed an historic moment: the media melting down right in front of our eyes.
Yesterday, they kicked off (yet again) with the bikini screenshot as somehow iconic of my body of work (no pun intended). Any mention of my book, hundreds of my articles (not published on my blog), my activism? Nah, don't be silly, facts are irrelevant.
The Guardian's latest is entitled, The US blogger on a mission to halt 'Islamic takeover.'
The Middle East was once a Christian region. Now it's all Islamic save the teeny, tiny Jewish state, and the ummah is having none of that............but why split hairs, eh?
Check out my latest oped at Breitibart's big Journalism:
Excerpt of it -- but do go and read the whole thing: When It Comes to the Ground Zero Mosque: ‘Truth Is the New Hate Speech’
The left is dismissive of the grief and offense caused by the prospect of a victory mosque at Ground Zero. The left is contemptuous of how 9/11 families and the majority of Americans feel; they’re sick in their fierce rush to erect the mosque. They’re even trying to blame me for America’s natural and logical response to an Islamic supremacist mosque being built on a site that was part of the 9/11 attack. The Geller hit pieces have been coming fast and furious and obvious, as if discrediting me will make the pain and anger over the mosque go away. Despite all the competition from its many rivals in this game, the Guardian took first prize for smear, slander, libel and personal destruction. The notoriously anti-Semitic Guardian took on the Jewish Atlas, and could barely contain itself.
My crime? Hate speech. And that proves once again what I have contended all along: “truth is the new hate speech.” Knowledgeable conservative readers will get a charge out of the Guardian’s story, which is a mixture of pure fiction and dangerous lies, all devoted to the marginalization of those who dare to expose the liberal media propaganda machine.
The anti-Semitism was open: “Geller,” claimed Chris McGreal, the author of the piece, “writes for an Israeli media network based in the occupied territories that is the voice of the Jewish settler movement.”
I do? They just make stuff up. I don’t even know what they are talking about, but if Chris McGreal is in touch with this “Israeli media network,” he should let them know that I would love to write for them — please point the way!
The rest of the piece is just as ridiculous. “Pamela Geller,” the Guardian tells its mouth-breathing readers, “is on a mission to save the free world and she’s doing it, on this occasion, in a bikini as she writhes around in the sea –
“Here I am in my chador, my burka,” Geller jokes to the camera in one of a string of video blogs campaigning against Islamic “world domination” shortly before kicking back in the waves. “There is a serious reality check desperately needed here in America and I’m here to give it to you, but I’m just not ginormous enough. What can I say? And on that note I’m going to go swimming in the ocean, and visit my mama, and fight for the free world.”
This strange performance might suggest that Geller is a figure consigned to the margins of the widening and increasingly heated debate about the role of Muslims in America. Far from it.
The 2006 bikini blog is back! I’ve recorded 400 vlogs and the sticky-fingered smear machine can’t stop watching the one in which I’m wearing a bikini and wading in the ocean. I just hope they watch it with the sound on.
It is comedy. It is to laugh. It is to cry.