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1 cinesimon  Wed, Jun 26, 2013 7:52:31pm

Yeah, it’s an NBC-wide conspiracy.
That why the guy who edited the Zimmerman clip was fired, is apparently to inconsequential for the writer. Much more important to cherry pick the bits that matter to the thrust of the story.
Just like NBC has done a couple times. Meaning they’re just like James O’Keefe. All of NBC!

And I’m sorry, but this is a real issue. I understand being upset about this particular case, but where is your outrage regarding the actual issue? And please don’t pretend that there is no problem, and it’s just a media conspiracy aimed at Jews.
While it’s fair to point out bad journalism, it seems to me that the priorities are not a little twisted. Protect the community, at the expense of it’s victims. Demonize the media, to try to change the subject. That it?

2 EiMitch  Wed, Jun 26, 2013 10:20:30pm

re: #1 cinesimon

And I’m sorry, but this is a real issue.

VB never implied that it wasn’t a real issue. Neither did the linked article.

And please don’t pretend that there is no problem, and it’s just a media conspiracy aimed at Jews.

For someone who is complaining about distortion so much, you sure are quick to put words into someone’s mouth.

Demonize the media, to try to change the subject. That it?

A man who wasn’t part the problem, but rather part of the solution, got demonized in editing. And you’re complaining about a relative complaining about this injustice. Thats pretty low of you.

That why the guy who edited the Zimmerman clip was fired, is apparently to inconsequential for the writer.

What about when Rick Perry’s black cloud metaphor was taken out of context? I have zero respect for Perry, but he was wronged there. Did the NBC editor responsible for that get fired too?

This happens over & over, and you’re trying to pretend that there is no systematic problem with NBC’s editing practices. You attack the article’s author and VB, accusing them of a dark ulterior motive. That they’re part of a conspiracy to hide the real problem by changing the subject.

And you perceive zero irony in all of this. No hint that you might be projecting.

F***ing hypocritical NBC fanboy.

3 Vicious Babushka  Thu, Jun 27, 2013 4:17:39am

re: #1 cinesimon

Yeah, it’s an NBC-wide conspiracy.
That why the guy who edited the Zimmerman clip was fired, is apparently to inconsequential for the writer. Much more important to cherry pick the bits that matter to the thrust of the story.
Just like NBC has done a couple times. Meaning they’re just like James O’Keefe. All of NBC!

And I’m sorry, but this is a real issue. I understand being upset about this particular case, but where is your outrage regarding the actual issue? And please don’t pretend that there is no problem, and it’s just a media conspiracy aimed at Jews.

This article is about bad journalism, and deceptively editing an interview in order to demonize a young man and the community he represents. Nobody is saying there is “no problem” but we are talking about another problem, the problem of media misrepresentation.

While it’s fair to point out bad journalism, it seems to me that the priorities are not a little twisted. Protect the community, at the expense of it’s victims. Demonize the media, to try to change the subject. That it?

THAT IS NOT WHAT THE RABBI SAID. That is how NBC edited the video to make it seem that way and YOU TOTALLY SWALLOWED IT.

Also this young man is my son, if I did not make that clear. HE TOTALLY DID NOT SAY WHAT NBC MAKES IT LOOK LIKE.

Read carefully, go over to Huffington Post and read the entire article.

4 Vicious Babushka  Thu, Jun 27, 2013 6:34:13am

re: #1 cinesimon

cinesimon admitted “I’m actually antisemitic!”

Do you see what I did there?

5 Absalom, Absalom, Obdicut  Thu, Jun 27, 2013 4:42:52pm

re: #1 cinesimon

The accusation that this is an attempt to change the subject is more stupid than it is nasty but only by a bit.


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