Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Why Dr. David Duke Referred To CNN's Wolf Blitzer As An AIPAC Agent During His Famous December 2006 CNN Interview

During his now-famous confrontation with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on December 13th, 2006 (which can be viewed HERE), Dr. David Duke referred to Blitzer as an AIPAC agent. Dr. Duke also discussed this interview HERE and HERE. But I never really looked for the supporting evidence connecting Blitzer with AIPAC - until it was posted on VNN Forum today.

The blog Rehmat's World refers to a post on entitled "Israel's Fifth Column: The People In Between". Here's the pertinent part of the post:

The dominant influence of pro-Israelis in mainstream media is not the focus of this article. Here the focus is Wolf Blitzer at Cable News Network who typifies how “the people in between” manipulate public opinion in plain sight and, to date, with legal impunity.

While working as a Washington correspondent for Jerusalem Post (1973-1990), Blitzer served as an editor of Near East Report, a publication founded by Isaiah Kenen, a registered foreign agent of Israel, who also founded the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. AIPAC coordinates a network of transnational political operatives known loosely as “the Israel lobby.”
Neither AIPAC nor Blitzer has yet registered as a foreign agent in the U.S.

The son of Polish Ashkenazi émigrés, Blitzer first emerged on the media scene in 1989 with the publication of Territory of Lies, an account of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard that The New York Times obligingly included in its list of “Notable Books of the Year.” Reviewer Robert Friedman described Blitzer’s sympathetic treatment of Pollard’s treason (the theft of more than one million classified documents) “a slick piece of damage control that would make his former employers at AIPAC (not to mention Israel’s Defense Ministry) proud.”

As a writer for Hebrew language newspapers in the 1970s,
Blitzer wrote under the name Ze’ev Barak—Hebrew for “wolf lightning.” The Blitzer media presence first emerged with his CNN coverage of the Gulf War in 1991 and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Initially a military reporter for CNN, he became a fixture on television news as CNN’s Clinton-era White House correspondent until 1999 when he became a high profile CNN anchor.

Since August 2005, CNN (marketed as “the most trusted name in news”) has featured the former AIPAC editor broadcasting from a White House-associative studio set branded as “The Situation Room.” CNN colleague John King deploys a similar credibility enhancing set by broadcasting from “The State of the Union.”

When Likud Prime Minister Ariel Sharon fell ill in Israel, Blitzer’s broadcast originated from Jerusalem. Likewise when Israel invaded Lebanon in July 2006. Blitzer again relocated to Israel to focus viewer attention on the situation there.

As Tel Aviv sought to expand the war to Iran, several anti-Zionist rabbis appeared in Tehran alongside Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who echoed their wish that Zionism be “erased from the pages of history” (widely misreported as a wish to “wipe Israel off the map”). Rather than interview these dissident rabbis, Blitzer featured David Duke, a former head of the Ku Klux Klan. Rather than associate the Iranian president with anti-Zionism, Blitzer used the Situation Room to associate him with racism and anti-Semitism.

Between the U.S populace and the facts they require for informed consent lies an “in between” domain. In that realm is found a network of like-minded fifth column operatives whose pro-Israeli bias works unseen—yet in plain sight—to shape public opinion around a predetermined agenda. That agenda-shaping “news” routinely features commentators from think tanks who share the same bias.

Other sources confirming Blitzer's involvement with AIPAC include Wikipedia, Sourcewatch, and Online Journal, just to name the most prominent. So it's actually been common knowledge that Wolf Blitzer was an AIPAC agent.

Is he still an AIPAC agent? This we don't know. But what do we mean by "agent"? An agent doesn't have to be a stereotypical card-carrying operative for a special services organization, a la James Bond. An agent merely has to work for some specific agency. Since AIPAC is a Zionist agency, it is accurate to describe Blitzer as an "agent".

AIPAC is far more than just a "social club", and even more than a mere "lobbying organization". Here are some other stories about AIPAC activity from the past:

-- AIPAC Agents Send Stolen US Nuke Technology To China?,
-- AIPAC 'mole' says he was a double agent, Israel News, Ynetnews July 29th, 2009
-- U.S. probe of ex-AIPAC staffers focusing on alleged conversations, Information Clearinghouse
-- Crimes and Felonies: The AIPAC Spy Story
-- AIPAC Report Reveals Long History of Activities Harmful to US - IRmep

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wolf Blitzer , Charlie Rose , Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes applauded the izraeli attack on the USS LIBERTY and covered up the five prancing izzraelis who had advanced knowledge of 911 ........ and celbrated the implosion of buildings I , II and Seven of the WTC .