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Tuesday, August 08, 2006
This article has been self-censored.

There is so much going on up North that isn’t being reported and I don’t know if it is because of political or security reasons.

I think I’ll take a break for the next day or two so I don’t write anything I shouldn’t – despite the temptation to do so.


Anonymous said...

How does the Prime Minister of Lebanon, his eyes brimming with tears, announce that 40 "martyrs" were killed as the result of an Israeli attack on a village called Houla. The conveniently-timed news flash, which grabbed headlines, came in the middle of a "let's support Lebanon" conference held in Beirut by Arab foreign ministers.

And a short time later, he backtracks and says, "Oops, only one person was killed."


bar_kochba132 said...

Famous quote from the past: "Truth is the first casualty of war". Frankly, I don't even bother to listen to or watch the "analysis" the electronic media puts out.
I do occasionally listen to the hourly radio updates to see if something drastic has happened. I do follow the news on the internet newspapers, there I can choose what I want to read. (I almost completely stopped listening the Israel Radio almost 2 years ago then the "hitnatkut" became the main item, all the "news broadcasts" were anti-Jewish/anti-YESHA propaganda, and it has been hard for me to listen to those shrill voices like Carmela Menashe and the other post-Zionist charalatans in the media.

Truth said...
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Truth said...

Hey Joe,

Why are you censoring truth, when the military, media and regime itself are constantly spewing damaging information?

You think you've got any new items that the enemy doesn't have?

You think the enemy is shielded from the truth of what's happening, or perhaps all this 'censorship' is aimed totally at the Jew in Israel?

I say, if it's true, spill it [after all, it's not like you're giving GPS coords of the knesset, not that any self-respecting enemy doesn't have that already].

It's better to feel bad about something you did, than to feel sorry for something you didn't do [but should have done]...


JoeSettler said...


The enemy may or may not have the information, or they may not be able to confirm it or they may think something is true when it isn't, or they may not know that we know something, or may think we know something we don't. (I think I covered all the major possibilities).

Publicizing it may risk soldiers in the field. Period. I will assume the information is censored for military reasons.

Nothing is gained by my publicizing the information now. After the war is really over then I probably will.

Anonymous said...


This war has been going on for over 60-70 years.

You should live and be well till 120!


Truth said...


Understood, thanks.


westbankmama said...

Good for you. I've seen things written in some blogs that make me want to strangle them - don't they realize that the enemy reads them also? Wait till afterwards - then write.

M. Simon said...

A friend of mine heard on CNN that Syria was removing their mines from the Golan area.

The next night he reported that CNN had said that there were Israeli flares all night in the Golan front.

Can you confirm that from open sources?

If so leave a comment any where on my blog

Power and Control

or send me an e-mail - address on the side bar.

M. Simon said...

BTW I work only from open sources.

Good advice to bloggers. If it isn't on the news - say nothing.

I turned some comments I left here into a piece:

Socialism Kills

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