Why Israel is Losing the Propaganda War? Read Mein Kampf

June 20, 2011
If the media is the message then what is distribution of the information? Today how information travels is as important as the content that one receives.  Semiotic-ally speaking distribution has moved from being signified and has become signifier.  Distribution channels alter the meaning of any idea and Israel is abstaining from distribution.
…Mein Kampf
Manga Selling Well
via japanprobe.com

The Palestinians also obviously regard propaganda as a weapon of the first order, they are using it efficiently and effectively, and the Government of Israel is standing with its hands down at its sides while they do it. Mein Kampf should not be banned or restricted in Israel. Mein Kampf, and particularly the parts about propaganda, should be required reading in Israel’s schools and as a prerequisite for holding any government position and for being an officer in the Armed Forces. – Bill Levinson via docstalk.blogspot.com


…an Arabic translation of Adolf Hitler’s “Mien Kampf” is selling extremely well in Arab lands, including the P.A. territory.     (See also Holocaust and bear in mind the World War II links between the Nazis and Yasser Arafat’s family.)
These editions were published in Lebanon in 1975 (left) and 1995 (right)


Jordan to Censor Websites

January 15, 2010

Jordanian blogger Gaith Saqer covered the news in English this afternoon on his blog Arab Crunch.

Critics of the ruling worry that the law will be widely applied to social media, possibly even SMS and to websites that allow reader comments to be posted. Supporters appear to argue that free speech comes with responsibilities along these lines and that the legal framework actually facilitates online communication.

More information is available from the large Jordanian site AmmonNews or translated in English here.

Saqer contacted Google regarding this new front in the battle over censorship and democratized publishing online; he reports that a spokesperson said the company had no comment at this time.

you probably will not being seeing my website in Palestine… I mean Jordan.


Jordan to Censor Websites

January 15, 2010

Jordanian blogger Gaith Saqer covered the news in English this afternoon on his blog Arab Crunch.

Critics of the ruling worry that the law will be widely applied to social media, possibly even SMS and to websites that allow reader comments to be posted. Supporters appear to argue that free speech comes with responsibilities along these lines and that the legal framework actually facilitates online communication.

More information is available from the large Jordanian site AmmonNews or translated in English here.

Saqer contacted Google regarding this new front in the battle over censorship and democratized publishing online; he reports that a spokesperson said the company had no comment at this time.

you probably will not being seeing my website in Palestine… I mean Jordan.


facebook speech absolutes?

January 14, 2010

Do yourself a favor before you talk in absolutes concerning free speech on a network that claims it has codes on conduct. Install the graffiti wall application and draw a nice picture of Hillary Clinton in a pant suit getting sodomized by an Asian guy. then alert all your left wing feminist friends and see how fast your account disappears. for an example of the type of accounts that facebook has refused to delete

http://video.seesmic.com/videos/S4zsTmT2Ur Barry Chuckle “i hope theres jews on that plane when it blows up”

it is very sad that people spend so much time on a social network without checking the terms. facebook has a policy already of censorship. I’m not asking for censorship of twitter that has no such policy. bias against Jews here is disturbing if you are already aware of the terms. obviously a private company is capable of doing as they please. that is not the issue. the issue is that facebook has terms that they ask us to uphold and they selectively enforce for example pornography or hostility towards women, but further the causes of Nazis. if facebook wants to enforce such rules as no nudity or Gloria Steinem rhetoric then they are already creating a code of conduct. this is merely enabling hate speech towards Jews arbitrarily. it is orchestrated prejudice. check the facebook terms if you don’t believe me. there is also the matter of anti trust considering the size of facebook it infringes on the public.

For those that question my free speech credentials… I spent much time at Carnegie Mellon University petitioning the college to not censor the internet of pornography in 1994 and the activities of myself and our organization made the Village Voice, Time Magazine, Newsweek as well as the NYTimes. I have newspaper photos and clippings of the event against Martin Rimm from the year. look up Martin Rimm on the internet. It was myself who petitioned the college and designed all the signs. I’m not asking for censorship…. I’m against arbitrary enforcement of terms. that is a very different thing.
…and speaking of arbitrary terms. facebook employees use fake names. just thought you should know that as well. many activists against hate crimes on the internet also use fake names and facebook went out of their way to destroy their accounts and left up Barry Chuckle. Barry Chuckle is obviously not a real name. they ask any Jew online if their name is real, but any NAZI they leave alone. This is selective prejudice. very simple. this is just more Obama culture… and we are going to throw these people out of power. not just in government, but in social media.

facebook speech absolutes?

January 14, 2010

Do yourself a favor before you talk in absolutes concerning free speech on a network that claims it has codes on conduct. Install the graffiti wall application and draw a nice picture of Hillary Clinton in a pant suit getting sodomized by an Asian guy. then alert all your left wing feminist friends and see how fast your account disappears. for an example of the type of accounts that facebook has refused to delete

http://video.seesmic.com/videos/S4zsTmT2Ur Barry Chuckle “i hope theres jews on that plane when it blows up”

it is very sad that people spend so much time on a social network without checking the terms. facebook has a policy already of censorship. I’m not asking for censorship of twitter that has no such policy. bias against Jews here is disturbing if you are already aware of the terms. obviously a private company is capable of doing as they please. that is not the issue. the issue is that facebook has terms that they ask us to uphold and they selectively enforce for example pornography or hostility towards women, but further the causes of Nazis. if facebook wants to enforce such rules as no nudity or Gloria Steinem rhetoric then they are already creating a code of conduct. this is merely enabling hate speech towards Jews arbitrarily. it is orchestrated prejudice. check the facebook terms if you don’t believe me. there is also the matter of anti trust considering the size of facebook it infringes on the public.

For those that question my free speech credentials… I spent much time at Carnegie Mellon University petitioning the college to not censor the internet of pornography in 1994 and the activities of myself and our organization made the Village Voice, Time Magazine, Newsweek as well as the NYTimes. I have newspaper photos and clippings of the event against Martin Rimm from the year. look up Martin Rimm on the internet. It was myself who petitioned the college and designed all the signs. I’m not asking for censorship…. I’m against arbitrary enforcement of terms. that is a very different thing.
…and speaking of arbitrary terms. facebook employees use fake names. just thought you should know that as well. many activists against hate crimes on the internet also use fake names and facebook went out of their way to destroy their accounts and left up Barry Chuckle. Barry Chuckle is obviously not a real name. they ask any Jew online if their name is real, but any NAZI they leave alone. This is selective prejudice. very simple. this is just more Obama culture… and we are going to throw these people out of power. not just in government, but in social media.

Sean McBride thinks facebook doesn’t Censor

October 28, 2009

Noah David Simon

facebook has free expression? you crack me up McBride. they don’t. they censor all the time. they just choose to allow Jew hate into their community standard. we aren’t asking for censorship. what we ask is if there is a community standard that hate speech be part of it. ideally no network of over 20 thousand people should have censorship. it’s wrong. it’s arbitrary. and that was Ad Hominum and below the belt to assume our stance. I’m blocking you again and will surveillance you with other accounts. you and your comment editing… hypocrite.

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“Noah — Kahanist groups like the JIDF, which you support, have defined as “Jew haters” mainstream Jewish groups like J Street and even Barack Obama and the Obama administration! The JIDF has posted hundreds of harassing and threatening messages against Facebook, Wikipedia, Google, Youtube and other Internet services, demanding that they hand over editorial and political control over their companies to religious and political extremists like yourself.

denying the correlative is the assumption to assume that all Kahanists felt the particular action of Rabin’s assassination was strategic. another example of why you are weak is you argue below the belt and apply labels to people. that and the hypocrisy of your comment censorship… which is legal, but you complain about the issue on other people’s profiles. again. JIDF only wishes that social media apply fair terms. if facebook is already censoring then we ask them to censor hate speech. we prefer a better standard however. if you knew a thing about me McBride you would know that when I was at Carnegie Mellon University before I graduated I was part of the community of activists that organized against Marty Rimm and censorship on university computers and we made all major news outlets. Including Time Magazine, NewsWeek, NYTimes and even the Village Voice. I still have news clippings with my photos. at the time I was a member and designer of the website Envirolink dot org.


Sean McBride thinks facebook doesn’t Censor

October 28, 2009

Noah David Simon

facebook has free expression? you crack me up McBride. they don’t. they censor all the time. they just choose to allow Jew hate into their community standard. we aren’t asking for censorship. what we ask is if there is a community standard that hate speech be part of it. ideally no network of over 20 thousand people should have censorship. it’s wrong. it’s arbitrary. and that was Ad Hominum and below the belt to assume our stance. I’m blocking you again and will surveillance you with other accounts. you and your comment editing… hypocrite.

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“Noah — Kahanist groups like the JIDF, which you support, have defined as “Jew haters” mainstream Jewish groups like J Street and even Barack Obama and the Obama administration! The JIDF has posted hundreds of harassing and threatening messages against Facebook, Wikipedia, Google, Youtube and other Internet services, demanding that they hand over editorial and political control over their companies to religious and political extremists like yourself.

denying the correlative is the assumption to assume that all Kahanists felt the particular action of Rabin’s assassination was strategic. another example of why you are weak is you argue below the belt and apply labels to people. that and the hypocrisy of your comment censorship… which is legal, but you complain about the issue on other people’s profiles. again. JIDF only wishes that social media apply fair terms. if facebook is already censoring then we ask them to censor hate speech. we prefer a better standard however. if you knew a thing about me McBride you would know that when I was at Carnegie Mellon University before I graduated I was part of the community of activists that organized against Marty Rimm and censorship on university computers and we made all major news outlets. Including Time Magazine, NewsWeek, NYTimes and even the Village Voice. I still have news clippings with my photos. at the time I was a member and designer of the website Envirolink dot org.