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CNN Policy on the Middle East: Appease, Appease, Appease

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Submitted by Jeff Bercovitch (Canada), Sep 26, 2003 at 16:36


I enjoyed listening to your calm voice and articulate words during the interview. First time I have seen you on CNN. Obviously I do not watch CNN very often. I do not care for Wolf Blitzer, Aaron Brown, Larry King, Bill Brehmer, Paula Zahn, et al. I do not care for their appeasment attitude facing the militant Islamists which is the most dangerous enemy facing America since the German Nazi/Army infrastructure of WWII.

The words of Mrs. Indyk and Blitzer, both of whom have spent time in Israel and should know better, both trying to make us believe that the Arab street will be in flames should Israel liquidate him or attempt to downplay Islamist anger against America.

I do not believe that the voices and managers, shareholders, stakeholders of the American media machine have yet learned or do not wish to learn the danger that America is facing both from beyond and from within its borders.

PS I love Campus Watch

Jeff Bercovitch

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