Pirated satellite feeds revealing U.S. media personalities’ contempt for their viewers come full circle in Spin. TV out takes appropriated from network satellite feeds unravel a tightly spun fabric of television, a system that silences public debate and enforces an exclusion of anyone outside the pack of journalists, politicians, spin doctors, and televangelists who manufacture news. Spin moves through the Los Angeles riots and a floating TV talk show called the 1992 U.S. presidential election.
Zionist War Crimes
Several decades ago, people lived peacefully among one another in the Middle East. Today, however, things have changed considerably. Violence has spread considerably, far outside of a realm of the Palestinian Israeli dispute.
This video takes you back in time. It shows actual footage of Israelis and Arabs dancing together in some streets, when violence was uncommon. Traversing time lines, this video then takes you on a journey from days of Herzl to today, showing numerous scenes that many of us in West are completely ignorant, such as what occurred in Deir Yassin, Jenin, Lebanon, and many other cities that raised some Arabs’ ire.
It also describes some Israelis’ attack on the USS Liberty, which caused many innocent U.S. Navy crew members to die. This attack on the United States Library of Information in Egypt by some Israelis is also shown. You will see much rare footage, which has been previously unknown to most of us in West.
Most of this footage was taken by individuals with video cameras, since camera crews are often forbidden in midst of these ongoing battles. This video is not for timid, and condemns all acts of violence, whether these acts are from Israelis or Arabs. However, “Zionist War Crimes” is unique in that it offers an objective view of what has occurred in the Middle East, and recognizes that violence begets violence, something which all people should avoid.