I have spent the better part of yesterday fiercely arguing with the enemedia: Mike Taibbi of NBC and Rose Arce of CNN. They called me repeatedly, not to interview me on the epic failure of Obama's anti-freedom foreign policy (as I have long predicted), but on the alleged filmmaker or the financing behind the youtube video cited in the September 11, 2012 jihadist attacks on America. When jihadists attack and slaughter innocent civilians, the enemedia attacks counter-jihadists and/or the Jews (ie "Israeli film makers").
After a series of phone calls from big enemedia reporters tracking me down to tie me in any which way, no matter how absurd, to the youtube clip being used to criminalize free speech, I thought Atlas readers would enjoy hearing what these interviews sound like so I pulled out my digital recorder last night. I asked the reporter for permission to record.
- Content: Hey Ms. Geller -- would love to speak with you for a NEWSWEEK story.
- My # is XXXX and my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
- On tight deadline, thanks!
- Author: Marlow Stern
The enemedia gives murdering jihadists a free pass but freedom of conscience, freedom of speech should be criminalized.
And so it begins. The media targeting of innocent civilians:
A group of rightwing extremists aimed to destabilize post-Mubarak Egypt and roil US politicians. They got their wishJoseph Nasrallah, an extremist Coptic broadcaster who shared his fear and resentment of the Muslim Brotherhood. Nasrallah appeared from out of nowhere at a boisterous rally against the construction of an Islamic community center in downtown Manhattan on September 11, 2010, warning a few hundred riled-up Tea Party types that Muslims "came and conquered our country the same way they want to conquer America".
Organized by Geller and Spencer, the rally was carefully timed to coincide with the peak of the midterm congressional election campaign, in which many rightwing Republicans hoped to leverage rising anti-Muslim sentiment into resentment against the presidency of Obama.
The leader of the organization reportedly behind the anti-Muslim film sparking angry protests in the Middle East spoke at a rally opposing the Park 51 Islamic center in lower Manhattan last year. That rally, on September 11, 2010, was organized by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, two leading Islamophobic activists and bloggers in the U.S.
"More information about the anti-Muslim filmmaker" Democratic Underground-Nasralla has spoken at rallies organized by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer and has partnered in projects with Steve Klein and Gary Cass, including the 911 ...