APFND Nr. 67 Israel Violates International Law But Exposure of It Israel and Acolytes Want to Bar by Suppressing Freedom of Speech1
February 12, 2018 by Alfred
This is an Argentum Post News Flash Digest [ APFND Nr. 67 ]
As BDS increasingly succeeds as a peaceful means to reign in the so-called rogue, mythical “exceptionalist” Zionist extremist, supremacist, expansionist power structure of Israel which is in brazen violation of international law are bizarrely and desperately attempting censor all who expose this reality.
Not exclusively are these would be censor and silencers of dissidence the officials of said power structure in Israel, but their acolyte right-wing corrupted neocon and neolib politicians in the U.S. (e.g. most particularly Maryland Democratic Senator Cardin, Hillary Clinton, New York Governor Cuomo and Arkansas Republican Senator Cotton) as well jumped on this bandwagon of intimidation with their hysterical attempts in desperation to silence the media reporting this and the public viewing it, but they even go further in their attempt at intimidating all who dare to criticize by infiltrating U.S. academia in blocking a factual reality which must be more than criticized, but must be ended now, namely the ignominious, undemocratic, unjust, oppressive, and at times even violently murderous occupation of Palestine since 1948.
With this foreword, the Argentum Post refers its readers to the breaking news by the prestigious, progressive, principled, independent newspaper Haaretz, which reported today on February 12, 2018 at 11:11 PM that the Israel Film Festival in Paris will not cave in to the demand by Israel’s Culture Minister Miri Regev that the Israeli film Foxtrot not open said Israeli Film Festival because she claims that said film is critical of the Israel armed forces.
The publicity which this counter-productive attempt at censorship will generate, most certainly will increase significantly the public interests in Paris and elsewhere globally to view “ Foxtrot”.
So, without further comment see infra the title/link to said Haaretz excellent article by Roni Bar and Nirit Anderman, for which they should be commended.