Hodjanernes Blog

21 december 2014

Norsk anti-semitisme viser sig igen: Venstreorienteret jødehader valgt til årets navn i Norge

Hverken VGs lesere eller det norske folk var i tvil: Gaza-legen Mads Gilbert (67) ble med solid margin kåret til Årets navn for 2014.

“Lagt for hat av Israels myndigheter, nektet adgang til Gaza der han har reddet menneskeliv i flere tiår, utskjelt og sjikanert av israel-lobbyen i Norge; ingenting biter på den ustoppelige legen fra Tromsø.”

Tidligere Hodja-posteringer om Gilbert.

Læger anklager Mads Gilbert: «Uvitenskaplig, politisk og oppfordring til vold». Slik omtaler fem israelske leger Mads Gilberts framstilling av den pågående Gazakonflikten.

‘I saw beheaded children in Gaza’

26 oktober 2010

Wikileaks – det som medierne ikke fortæller

Medierne har meget travlt med oplysninger fra de lækkede dokumenter om, at danske soldater har udleveret fanger.

Der er ingen medier, der fortæller, at man i dokumenterne har fundet yderligere beviser på, hvad læsere af blogs har vidst længe:

1) De tal, som fremkom i det tidligere så anerkendte lægetidsskrift The Lancet i 2004 og 2006 om antallet af døde i Irak, var vildt overdrevne.

2) Amerikanerne fandt masseødelæggelsesvåben i Irak, som skulle have været destrueret efter ordre fra FN, men som ikke var blevet det.

OPDATERING: Victor Davis Hanson om Wikileaks selektive moral:

Finally, I expect Mr. Assange’s organization soon to implode. You see, despite all its utopian chest-thumping about seeking out secretive evil the world over, it is really designed, in Daniel Ellsberg fashion, to expose bad faith and cruelty on the part of the evil capitalist military-industrial Western state. But right now, that apparatus here in the Great Satan is being run by the likes of the hyper-liberal Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid, with the enthusiastic sanction of the New York Times, NPR, the Washington Post, Newsweek, and CBS News. Bush’s Iraq War was and is still fair game, and we can all indulge in groupthink outrage about his minions. But WikiLeaks is now flitting around within the red zone, and any leaks about Afghanistan or Iraq post January 2009 reflect upon a left-wing Obama government. A public perception of inappropriate military policy would endanger an entire far-left social experiment at home. The result will be that either Mr. Assange and his team pull back, or, more likely, the outraged media will abruptly decide that his leaking grows stale and he has already had more than his 15 minutes of fame. Who knows, maybe the head of NPR will soon scoff that Mr. Assange should first check in with his psychiatrist or his publicist — take your pick.

31 januar 2010

The Lancet – et seriøst lægetidsskrift – eller videnskaberne degenererer

It’s official. Britain’s premier medical journal Lancet has been completely Palestinianized. It no longer bears any relationship to the first-rate scientific journal it once was. Perhaps Lancet is no longer a standard-bearer but has become a follower in the global movement in which standards have plunged, biases have soared, and Big Lies now pass for top-of-the-line academic, scientific work.

[….]

Their study is titled: “Association between exposure to political violence and intimate-partner violence in the occupied Palestinian territory: a cross-sectional study.” And yes, they have found that Palestinian husbands are more violent towards Palestinian wives as a function of the Israeli “occupation”— and that the violence increases significantly when the husbands are “directly” as opposed to “indirectly” exposed to political violence.

Læs resten på Pajamas-Media

Tip: Universalgeni

Hodja om The Lancet

6 februar 2009

Videnskabelig uredelighed

The American Association of Public Opinion Research has censured a Johns Hopkins University professor for refusing to disclose “basic facts” about his controversial research that estimated the number of civilians who have died in Iraq since the 2003 invasion is hundreds of thousands more than most other estimates.

The association conducted an eight-month inquiry into results published by Gilbert Burnham in the October 2006 issue of The Lancet, a British medical journal, that estimated that 650,000 Iraqis had died as a result of the U.S.-led invasion.

The inquiry into Mr. Burnham’s work arose because of a complaint by one of the association’s members. But Mr. Burnham, who is not a member of the association, refused to cooperate. He wouldn’t disclose such information as the wording of questions he used in a survey of Iraqis, the instructions and explanations that were provided to respondents, and a summary of the outcomes for all households selected as potential participants in the survey, according to a statement released by the group.

“This violated the standards of science, seriously undermines open public debate on critical issues, and undermines the credibility of all survey and public-opinion research,” said Richard A. Kulka, the association’s president.

Læs mere på The Chronicle

Dette er ligegyldigt – de uredelige tal er en del af venstrefløjens mytologi om Irak-krigen – som fakta ikke får indflydelse på.  Så forvent aldrig at høre om det på DDR etc.