(MENAFN) When the media downplays Israel's heinous crimes against the Palestinian people as merely "conflict between Israel and Palestine," it obscures the true nature of the Zionist Frankenstein's ugliness.
It is a dreadful shame that some of our media outlets have forgotten Archbishop Desmond Tutu's bravery and wise counsel as South Africans who were frequently cautioned by him to not be fence-sitters and "neutral" in the fight against apartheid.
Today's public dialogue on Israel's self-declared Jewish superiority is sadly lacking Tutu's daring to confront white supremacist authority in his famous amazing style.
This is especially obvious in the media, especially when news is compiled and disseminated in a way that may be described as "tipping its toes," indicating "neutrality" - just what the Arch had fought against.
SA Professor Usuf Chikte simply outlines everything to make sense of what's occurring in Israel given US ambassador Blinken's visit and to dispel a plethora of lies the Netanyahu regime's media apparatus feeds the world:
"The United States Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken's Middle East trip, can only be described as a fool's errand as the Israeli regime bombs Iran; expands and fortifies illegal settlements; commits war crimes with impunity through its cruel practices of collective punishments, house demolitions, population transfers and ethnic cleansing; as it arms settler militias, who are illegally occupying Palestinian land, masquerading as 'civilians' as they are incited, which they hardly need, to exterminate and expel Palestinians from their lands. The two-state solution was born dead. Nobody wants this corpse. It was a fraud then and has become a farce now".
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