“Jewish settlers take photos of injured, elderly Palestinian shepherd”. This story appeared on mainstream in January 2014, but has since disappeared. The Zionists are deleting unfavourable news.
Eventually found it on an obscure West Bank site.
Israeli settlers take pictures of an elderly Palestinian shepherd afterhe was pushed on the ground near the southern hills of the West Bank city of Hebron on Jan. 25, 2014 (AFP/Hazem Bader)
Although I’m neutral about John Pilger (isn’t there a Soros connection?) he did make an outstanding film “Palestine is Still the Issue” in 1977, which he up-dated in 2002. It’s been a few years since I last watched it, but I think it is still relevant now, possibly more so.
The film was eventually shown on ITV, but as Pilger explains, the Jewish Chairman tried to ban it. He said “Several thousand emails arrived at Carlon TV. Many were abusive to an unusual degree. I was described as “an anti_Semite of the most dangerous kind” My murder or that of my family was considered “not a bad idea” I received a number of death threats at home. The angry voices often bore English middle-class accents. Farce intruded. Michael Green the Jewish chairman of Carlton, publicly attacked his own company’s film. Carlton’s Director of Factual Programmes, Richard Clemmow said “Carlton stands by John Pilger’s programme & its accuracy” In January 2003 the Independent Television Commission announced that it REJECTED all complaints against “Palestine is Still the Issue”. The commission praised the film’s “journalistic integrity.” Excerpts from Pilger’s book “Freedom Next Time”
THEY WOULD NEVER SHOW IT ON MAINSTREAM TODAY.
Here’s the link for the 2002 edition