Now here’s a Pulitzer Prize in-waiting for whatever news org wants to take it up…
TIME TO INVESTIGATE THE WASHINGTON POST’S QATARI COLLUSION?
Is WaPo propagandizing for foreign regimes and terrorist organizations?
Even as the New Zealand government was condemning the Erdogan regime for using mosque shooting footage in its election rallies, the Washington Post decided to give the Islamist tyrant a platform.
It was the second time in six months that The Post had given Erdogan a platform.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has prisons full of political dissidents. He has silenced the media and has tortured opponents. His brutal Islamist regime has been described as the world’s biggest jailor of journalists.
It’s been estimated that a third of the world’s imprisoned journalists have been locked up by his regime.
But that didn’t stop the Washington Post from giving the man who has locked up hundreds of journalists a forum to posture about the mysterious death of The Post’s own Qatari lobbyist: Jamal Khashoggi.
The Washington Post is a paper that is uniquely willing to not only advocate on behalf of Islamists and their causes, as it frequently does, but to provide a forum for some of the most toxic Islamists around. And those Islamists are invariably aligned with the Qatari-Turkish-Iranian axis and the Brotherhood.
The paper’s decision to provide Osama bin Laden’s old friend, Jamal Khashoggi, with a forum for p
romoting Qatari interests, from the Brotherhood to attacks on Saudi rivals, and to then turn his death into a crusade, is part of a larger picture of collusion between The Post and Qatar’s Islamist axis.