Monday, March 11, 2013

Guest Post: Huff-Watcher on Monsters

Huff-Watcher has published a small article, but still nails the HP's headline bias when it comes to US soldiers vs. foreign terrorists.
Yes, it's true: on March 9, 2013, HuffPost --- the world's #1 most-read online "newspaper" --- decided it is going to finally call out the "monsters" among us.

So who are these "monsters"?  

The leaders of Hamas, who recently bragged that it's opened kiddie-terrorist-training academies Nope.

HuffPost completely ignored that, so it could give top-line coverage to "news" stories it decided are far more important, such as a starlet who claims  "My vagina smells like roses!," and "Hitler's toilet."

The Hamas-affiliated savages who slashed the throat of three-month-old Hadas Fogel, and murdered her familyNope.
HuffPost buried then quickly removed the story of this attack, and never identified or provided pictures of the victims.  Nor did it publish any stories regarding the murderers' claim they are proud of what they did.  Instead, HuffPost decided that "news" stories such as "Eva Braun and Hitler's private moments" deserved seven straight days of top-line coverage.

The American jihadi who, since 2006 has been part of an Al Qaeda-affiliated terror gang that's notorious for kidnapping, raping and murdering Somali women and children? Nope.
HuffPost instead decided to give him five days of top-line coverage, because he claims he's "homesick."  During the same time period, HuffPost gave zero top-line coverage to a U.S. soldier who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his super-human heroism during an intense firefight with jihadis.

The Hamas-affiliated savages who organized the bombing of a Sbarro pizzeria in Israel (killing 15 teenagers and injuring 130 other civilians) -- one of whom is now the terror-endorsing "Oprah" of the Middle East??  Nope.
Instead of giving any coverage to the plight of one of the murdered children's parents to keep these savages in prison, amidst Hamas's demands that they be released, HuffPost gave top-line coverage to "news" stories it decided were far more important, including "Man arrested for bestiality claims prostitute transformed into donkey," "Man vows to masturbate in every NYC Starbucks bathroom," etc.  Details in Section 3 here.

Adolf Hitler?  Nope.  (A HuffPost editorial even claimed Hitler was less "evil" than George W. Bush.)
The rationale of the editorial that HuffPost decided to publish: because Hitler and "the world’s worst fascist dictators at least meant well... (T)hey honestly thought were doing good things for their countries by suppressing blacks/eliminating Jews/eradicating free enterprise/repressing individual thought/killing off rivals/invading neighbors, etc."

So if those individuals don't qualify as "monsters" to HuffPost, who does?

Why, US soldiers, of course. 

Specifically the ones who humiliated Iraqi prisoners at Abu Grhaib, by (gasp!) taking pictures of them with panties on their heads.

From HuffPost's front page:


Rather than being an isolated incident, this is merely the latest installment in HuffPost's escalating pattern of inciting hate against the three targets of the cyber-jihad: the U.S. military, Israel and Jews.

Do you think this pattern might have anything to do with the fact that HuffPost now attracts nearly 15,000 unique visitors per day from the three primary incubators of Islamist terror: Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Egypt (details here)?

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