Wednesday, April 6, 2011

What About Me?

Well there's a little boy waiting at the counter of a corner shop
He's been waiting there, waiting half the day
They never ever see him from the top
He gets pushed around, knocked to the ground
He gets to his feet & he says
What about me, it isn't fair
I've had enough, now I want my share
Can't you see I wanna live
But you just take more than you give

"While it is understandable that the Japan earthquake and tsunami disaster and the US-led airstrikes on Libya would dominate world news of late, it's difficult to shake the feeling that there is an underlying lack of interest in the press to aggressively report news that would portray Israel in a sympathetic light." (Editorial, BDS, bombs & rock 'n' roll, The Australian Jewish News, 1/4/11)

Boo hoo.


Anonymous said...

Perhaps the editors of The Australian Jewish News could hand out more baubles like the Jerusalem Prize, but can't they think of something better to call the new awards. Jerusalem Prize sounds like a horse race for broken down old hacks and nags.The Sows Ear Award for Self Censorship for example.The Golden Spike Award, for news editors keen to reject news reports not flattering to Zionist fanatics, while insisting, of course, that the reports are not newsworthy.

While I think about broken down old hacks and nags, I am reliably informed that Greg[Jerusalem Prize] Sheridan still wears his old but tarnished and soiled token, like a millstone around his neck, to the bath.

Anonymous said...

Look here MERC, just how easy do you think it is to promote a revival of Medieval Talmudic ghettoism at the expense of the indigenous population AND call it a democracy?