Dark subversive forces are aligning together in this country, united in their goal to destroy freedom and bring down America.
The #OWS occupier movement is joining pro-jihadi agitators to whitewash Al Jazeera, aka terror TV. 40 demonstrators descended on the Philadelphia headquarters of Comcast Corp. to demand that it add Al-Jazeera English (AJE) to its lineup of cable offerings. Who is paying these people? And why is the media covering a demo with 30 people? We had 30,000 people at Ground Zero protesting the Ground Zero mosque, and the sharia-compliant media didn't cover it. America, you are being played.
#OWS is anti-America, anti-Jewish, anti-capitalism, anti-freedom -- a perfect partner for jihad TV, al jizz.
A few months back, I joined forces with Cliff Kincaid of AIM, along with human rights activists and advocates for journalistic integrity, to protest the expansion of Al-Jazeera, terror TV, in the United States. I wrote about it here at The Daily Caller.
Al-Jazeera should be designated a terrorist organization, just like [Hezbollah's channel] Al-Manar.
No organization has done as much to spread hate, lies and incitement to violence as Al-Jazeera. Al-Jazeera is the leading terrorist propaganda organization in the world. Jihad murder mastermind Anwar al-Awlaki has praised Al-Jazeera, and several years ago one of its most prominent reporters was arrested on terror charges. Al-Jazeera also has for years been the recipient of numerous Al-Qaeda videos featuring bin Laden, Zawahiri, and American traitor Adam Gadahn. Yet they never seem to be able to trace where these videos are coming from. They have repeatedly been set up at the point of attack right before a bomb went off, so that they could take the picture of the slaughtered, dismembered bodies.
91 American, Israeli and Canadian victims of Hezbollah rocket attacks have filed an unprecedented 1.2 billion dollar lawsuit against the Al-Jazeera television network. Al-Jazeera is accused of intentionally providing real-time coverage of the locations of missile strikes inside Israel, in violation of Israeli security regulations, thereby enabling Hezbollah to aim its missiles more accurately. More here: Stop Al Jazeera’s expansion in the United States -- Pamela Geller
Al-Jazeera's current target is clear -- to enable and assist jihadi groups to overthrow the US-allied regimes.
Turning over our airwaves to jihadist propaganda outfits is an act of treason. The war in the information battle-space is now the most critical war, and we are disarming America. The ruse of using freedom of speech to allow propaganda broadcasts over our airways is the strategy of stealth jihadists. They invoke our freedoms to inevitably kill our freedoms. The issue of the expansion of Al Jazeera into the United States can only be likened to an expansion of Goebbels’s media network into the U.S. at the height of World War II.
This comes just seven short years after Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld called the broadcaster’s reporting "vicious, inaccurate and inexcusable" and President George W. Bush joked about bombing it, and senior Bush officials caricatured the channel as an anti-Semitic, anti-American outlet for jihad-porn ten years after the largest and bloodiest Islamic attack on America.
Islam is the only religion with a propaganda arm, and its most powerful outlet for dissemination of disinformation, Islamic Jew-hatred, scrubbing of ethnic cleansing, gender apartheid, jihadi wars, land appropriations and cultural annihilations is Al-Jazeera. Reasoned and rational free men have long known the pernicious influence of this jihadist news organization. But the recent legitimization and outrageous "lauding" of their coverage by mainstream news outlets is not only dangerous; it’s civilizational suicide.
Al Jazeera is a security threat to America. Demand Investigative Hearings
The English-language offshoot of the Arab network Al-Jazeera claims a viewership of 250 million households in 120 countries on six continents, but in the United States, it is available in only five markets.
On Monday, about 40 demonstrators descended on the Philadelphia headquarters of Comcast Corp. to demand that it add Al-Jazeera English (AJE) to its lineup of cable offerings.
Organized by Rethink Press, a Washington group critical of mainstream media, the protesters brought 23,092 signatures advocating for inclusion of AJE. It was created in 2006 as a spin-off of the 16-year-old Qatar-based channel known for aggressive coverage of the Middle East.
Although then-Vice President Dick Cheney criticized Al-Jazeera for appearing too close to Osama bin Laden when it repeatedly broadcast his taped propaganda, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton more recently recognized it for thorough and independent coverage of the Arab Spring.
Al-Jazeera English has struggled to gain an audience in the United States, where other cable companies offer it in Washington; New York City; Bristol County, R.I.; Toledo, Ohio; and Burlington, Vt.
On Monday, Philadelphia police and Comcast security guards barred demonstrators from entering the building as a group. Rethink leaders Xi Wang and Mike Haack were admitted briefly under escort. They brought the signatures, printed on 1,000 pages and tied with a ribbon, to the mail room for delivery to Comcast officials.
"While we are not currently in discussions, we have met with representatives of Al-Jazeera in the past," Comcast said in a prepared statement. "We regularly examine our channel lineups and talk with a wide range of programmers to ensure that we are bringing the content that our customers want the most."
The signatures had been collected online through Change.org, a website that promotes social change through Internet petitions.
After delivering the signatures, the demonstrators engaged in a bit of street theater. Using a cardboard frame to simulate a TV screen, they stood behind it and presented stories from Monday's AJE offerings, including a demonstration at the Syrian Embassy in London and a car bomb in Afghanistan.
Demonstrator John Schwarzenbach, a retired mortgage banker from Montgomery County, said he supported the protest's goal of bringing more diverse media to the Philadelphia area.
Among the group were members of the Occupy Philadelphia movement, who assembled at Independence Mall and marched along Market Street, through the courtyard of City Hall and to the apron of the Comcast building at 17th Street and JKF Boulevard.
Julia Alford-Fowler, 33, an Occupy member, said there was minimal diversity in coverage by major networks.
"To not have [Al-Jazeera] is censorship," she said. "If the American public is going to be educated, they need this viewpoint."
The crowd chanted outside the building, and some Occupiers yelled insults at Comcast employees standing by the doors.
Although the protesters did not meet with Comcast officials, Wang said, "we were successful in delivering the people's voices to them."