Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Video: The Huffington Posts' Bias in Pictures

Here is a new video that proves the bias of the Huffington Post on the subject of the Arab-Israeli conflict:


  1. The video proves nothing.
    " proves 3rd person singular present of prove (Verb)
    1. Demonstrate the truth or existence of (something) by evidence or argument: "the concept is difficult to prove".
    2. Demonstrate by evidence or argument (someone or something) to be: "innocent until proven guilty". More »
    Merriam-Webster - The Free Dictionary"

    It makes assertions.
    assertions plural of as·ser·tion (Noun)
    1. A confident and forceful statement of fact or belief: "his assertion that his father had deserted the family".
    2. The action of stating something or exercising authority confidently and forcefully: "the assertion of his legal rights". More »
    Merriam-Webster - The Free Dictionary"

    Perhaps English is not your first language.

  2. @Anonymous.

    MarcEdward, is that you? Sure sounds like it, with nothing to say other than put downs when something can't be refuted.

  3. Anonymous 1. They are just not very good at this kind of thing, even allowing that they are kids working out of their bedrooms.

    Anonymous 2. Truth is so rare here that you have to leap on its back to try to stifle it?

    Q. What photos were available, and, given the nature of online news sources, instantly, to be included with the story of any particular incident, ?
    A. You don't know.

    Q. Why was one photo chosen over another?
    A. You don't know.


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