THE MENTAL MIDGETS OF THE BBC, TO TWEET OR NOT TO TWEET……

 

Brian nails them.

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Brian of London blogging at Times of Israel, takes note of the BBC’s buffoonish editorial decision in regards to Israel’s threat of violence tweet towards the genocidal maniacs of the Hamas, (a sworn and highly deadly enemy) during Operation Pillar of Defense.

We recommend that no Hamas operatives, whether low level or senior leaders, show their faces above ground in the days ahead.

To which the BBC responded:

The BBC, however, took a different approach and seriously implored Twitter to shut down the IDF’s primary information account for violating Twitter’s prohibition on “threats of violence”.

.@twitter bans “threats of violence”, but will it stop tweets by Hamas’s @AlqassamBrigade & Israel’s @IDFSpokesperson?bbc.in/Sso5cD

The moral equivalence, while stunning, is highly predictable by that formerly credible news organization. The mental trickery they’re engaging demands you to believe that there is no moral hierarchy between a police department issuing a warrant to capture, dead or alive, a deadly fugitive, and the fugitive himself. Read Brian’s post here in full.

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