Monday, January 9, 2012

Robert Naiman Lies to Blame the Jews

Robert Naiman, who you may remember, is back again with an article in the Huffington Posts' "Media" section. The article is about Iranian sanctions and a possible case of a misleading Washington Post article, but I don't particularly care about that. What I do care about is that Naiman is taking on the tendencies of his far left audience, this time blaming the Jews Zionists Israel AIPAC for the war in Iraq, right in the very first sentence of the article:
"It's deja vu all over again. AIPAC is trying to trick America into another catastrophic war with a Middle Eastern country on behalf of the Likud Party's colonial ambitions."
Yep. That's it. America is controlled by AIPAC which in turn is controlled by Israel. In other words, the Jews control America. A ZOG-branded conspiracy theory that would make a neo-Nazi proud. It's just sitting there, on a Huffington Post article, like a frog on a log. And naturally, there is no link to even try and back up such a ridiculous claim, perhaps because even Naiman himself knows that there is nothing he could use that wouldn't make him look like a laughingstock. Maybe he could use Stormfront? PressTV? Usually when someone with "journalistic integrity" makes a claim like this, he'll try to prove it. I guess not this time.

If you're curious, here is how Naiman tries to defend himself when a reader calls him out on his outrageous lies. Be sure to note the playing of the Jewish card:

That's what's called a red herring, kids. Which is about all one can use when he is caught shilling an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. This is what passes for information on the Huffington Post.


  1. ROFL
    Naiman’s comment proved kazio’s point.


  2. BTW

    Munitions Found in Iraq Meet WMD Criteria, Official Says

    Secret U.S. mission hauls uranium from Iraq
    Last major stockpile from Saddam's nuclear efforts arrives in Canada
    The removal of 550 metric tons of "yellowcake" — the seed material for higher-grade nuclear enrichment — was a significant step toward closing the books on Saddam's nuclear legacy.


  3. Usually when someone with "journalistic integrity" makes a claim like this, he'll try to prove it. Well, try this:


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