Monday, December 28, 2009

Haaretz finds methods of killing "exciting"

"Military censorship prevents disclosure of the Israeli arms industries' most exciting and futuristic devices, but a good picture of what can be expected can be compiled using what is already in the public domain." First notice, that Israeli media never complain about military censorship (and notice that they call it "military censorship" to make it more benign than "censorship" as if military censorship is not censorship, it is as offensive and illogical as the term "date rape"), and then notice that Haaretz finds new weapons system "most exciting." I bet Haaretz reporters and columnists are excited and exhilarated when they see pictures of butchered Palestinian children. (thanks Mai)