Hodjanernes Blog

29 maj 2010

Narreskibet.

Nej, ikke det som Otto Gelsted skrev om.

Ovre på Snaphanen fører  man journal over den psykopatologiske virus – galimatias – som hærger vort naboland, Absurdistan, til døde. I dagens journalnotat finder man en nøgtern konstatering af, at flere og flere hjerneafsnit ikke alene er ophørt med at fungere – det har vi vidst længe – men nu er så angrebne af kadaverositas, at patienterne må bugseres ud på havet – i dette tilfælde Middelhavet – for at stanken ikke skal skræmme de endnu levende til fornuft.

Således har man udrustet et skib, som skal indgå i en flotille af andre dødssejlere til at sejle nødhjælp til Gaza. Nu er samme Gaza pudsigt nok ikke just underforsynet med varer af allehånde slags, det er faktisk det land i regionen med den højeste levestandard, takket være den overordentlig generøse “nødhjælp” som fosser ind via diverse politiserende organisationer – såsom Røde Kors og Folkekirkens Nødhjælp. Faktisk er de stakkels pæstilensere så overforsynede at meget af den “nødhjælp”, de modtager, må omsættes til våben.  Af samme grund er Israelerne ikke synderligt begejstrede for denne flotille af fjolser og har erklæret at ville visitere plimsollerne for kontrabande. Hvilket naturligvis er et hårrejsende brud på ca. ½ million menneskerettigheder o.s.v..

Her bringer vi et lidet indslag til illustration af de forfærdende, humanitære forhold i Pæstilenserland:

Guldfeber i det ‘økonomisk udhungrede’ Gaza

Nearly a month after Shabaneh, who headed the anti-corruption unit in the General Intelligence Service, revealed in an exclusive interview with The Jerusalem Post that some of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s close aides and loyalists had siphoned off hundreds of millions of dollars to private bank accounts, decision-makers in the US and EU continue to bury their heads in the sand.

Gaza: Humanitær katastrofe – HamaSS kan kun importere Volkswagen

Gaza opens first Olympic-size swimming pool.

Fancy restaurants and Olympic-size pools: What the media won’t report about Gaza

17 februar 2010

Muslimsk march BBC ikke ønsker at vise

The film was shot by an iron-nerved team from BNPtv in Blackburn on Sunday 11th January 2009. As youll see the first short section is silent, but still gives a good impression of the scale of the protest.

Despite or rather, because of the size of the demo, and its exclusively Muslim nature, none of the broadcast media or national newspapers carried a single word on the story. The BBC in particular gave extensive air-time to rival pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protests in London over the same weekend, and mentioned a left-wing rally in Manchester, but all covered up what was probably the largest Islamic protest march in the UK since the Bradford book-burnings against Salman Rushdie and free speech twenty years ago.

The main camera crew, which included Burnley BNP Councillor Derek Dawson and former Blackburn BNP Councillor Robin Evans, were threatened with arrest and escorted out of the town by the police. A second back-up crew with an amateur video camera, however, were not picked up by the police and managed to attend the protest rally itself. This was held in Blackburns Corporation Park and included a short but inflammatory speech by Tony Blairs sister-in-law Lauren Booth, which was recorded under very difficult circumstances by our brave volunteers.

Tak til Universalgeniet.

18 februar 2009

Dishonest Reporting ‘Award’ 2008

Honest Reporting uddeler priserne for 2008.

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Once in a while, reporters cross a line from covering a story to becoming part of it. Usually – like in Los Angeles and Chicago – it’s due to an ethical lapse. But what if a journalist with an axe to grind deliberately becomes a part of the story?

That’s what happened with Mail on Sunday columnist Lauren Booth. Although she’s well-known for being the sister-in-law of former Prime Minister Tony Blair, lesser known is the fact that she works for Iran’s satellite news channel, Press TV – meaning Booth’s on the Iranian payroll.

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Stuck in Gaza, Booth continued her so-called “journalism.” In one particularly galling interview with George Galloway, she described Gaza as a “concentration camp,” adding, the situation is “a humanitarian crisis on the scale of Darfur.”

Læs det hele på Honest Reporting.

Tidligere priser

19 januar 2009

The Muslim march the BBC didn’t let you see

The first was filmed outside the Israeli Embassy in London a fortnight ago.

It shows graphically the extent to which the police have lost the ability and the will to face down threats and violence from angry Muslims (compare this pathetic retreat with the truncheon-wielding head-cracking of peaceful Countryside Alliance demonstrators outside Parliament).

The second five minutes of film was shot by an iron-nerved team from BNPtv in Blackburn on Sunday 11th January. As you’ll see the first short section is silent, but still gives a good impression of the scale of the protest.

Despite – or rather, because of – the size of the demo, and its exclusively Muslim nature, none of the broadcast media or national newspapers carried a single word on the story. The BBC in particular gave extensive air-time to rival pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protests in London over the same weekend, and mentioned a left-wing rally in Manchester, but all covered up what was probably the largest Islamic protest march in the UK since the Bradford book-burnings against Salman Rushdie and free speech twenty years ago.

The main camera crew, which included Burnley BNP Councillor Derek Dawson and former Blackburn BNP Councillor Robin Evans, were threatened with arrest and escorted out of the town by the police. A second back-up crew with an amateur video camera, however, were not picked up by the police and managed to attend the protest rally itself. This was held in Blackburn’s Corporation Park and included a short but inflammatory speech by Tony Blair’s sister-in-law Lauren Booth, which was recorded under very difficult circumstances by our brave volunteers.

Se filmene her.