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Answers to Questions & Critics (to put it mildly)

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Published on Feb 16, 2010

http://bit.ly/DeathThreat
http://bit.ly/PowerToSilence
http://bit.ly/AnswersToQuestions
TRANSCRIPT:
"A simple question to representativepress" is a video asking me about my video called "Journalist Receives Death Threat for Talking About Israel." Now is this really a simple question or is it more of a loaded question? It actually makes two presuppositions. First of all, I think a reasonable person would assume I don't have the police report, right? And I think I provide a fair chance for someone to understand the story. I provide a link to the source in the video info. So you click on "more info" - there's a link right to the page which is the source for my video. There's the audio. And she says you can call the Berkeley Police Department so I assume you could do that and request a copy of the police report. But, I really don't think any fair minded person is gonna think that because I don't possess a copy of the police report that the information in the video is untrue.

And you're making the assumption that there really were Israeli soldiers involved. But what we know is that there is a voice on the answering machine issuing a death threat because she dared talk about Israel. Now the caller says he has buddies who were trained in the Israeli Army, you're assuming what he's saying is true. You know his threat could - he's just maybe trying to make his threat even more dramatic. Who knows, maybe he does have friends.

But to address another video now that tries to cast doubt on this story by saying the caller doesn't have an Israeli accent so he couldn't have ever been an Israeli soldier. As someone in my comments points out, that doesn't hold water. Someone doesn't have to have an Israeli accent to have been a soldier in the Israeli Army.

Apparently the makers of these videos who are calling me "anti-Semitic" haven't taken the time to look at my videos. Because if you had you could see the video, most viewed right next to the video, the death threat video, is a video in which you can hear someone who is a self-described Zionist, someone who says that he joined the Israeli Army and he has an American accent.

Another person on this panel who's playing the game of suppressing the motive of anger at US support of Israel is Jeffery Goldberg, a self-described Zionist, "As a fervent young Zionist and when I joined the Israel army ..."

See? You don't have to have an Israel accent to have been in the Israeli Army.
And when someone tried to explain that to you, you say that what he's saying is the same as all racist arguments and that it's Nazi talk. What kind of nonsense is this?

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