Haim Saban Demonstrates Zionist Hypocrisy Like a Pro

29Jul10
The other day a scandal broke out about Oliver Stone’s comment about certain Jewish people (the Israel Lobby-types) controlling the American media.
It happened like this:
Oliver Stone:
Jewish control of the media is preventing an open discussion of the Holocaust, prominent Hollywood director Oliver Stone told the Sunday Times, adding that the U.S. Jewish lobby was controlling Washington’s foreign policy for years.
Haim Saban, an American-Israeli billionaire, threw a fit about it and told CBS that they should cancel airing of Oliver Stone’s movie.
Oliver Stone should be given a helping hand — indeed, a vigorous shove — into the land of forced retirement. There, in the professional wilderness where he belongs, standing on a splintered soapbox right next to Mel Gibson’s, he can preach his anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism into the wind.
Anyone who works with this guy should be ashamed of himself/herself, and shouldn’t share this distasteful fact with their neighbors — and especially their kids.
Essentially, this guy is bitching about the fact that Oliver Stone thinks some Jews abuse their control of the media. But what is Saban doing? Using his influence in the media to force him into early retirement.
But the hypocricy really shines here:
At a conference last fall in Israel, Saban described his formula. His “three ways to be influential in American politics,” he said, were: make donations to political parties, establish think tanks, and control media outlets.
So Oliver Stone was right, or at least right about one Jewish Zionist. So why the fuss? Should someone be ridiculed for speaking the truth?
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