What would Palestinians do to Flo Razowsky?
If the tables were reversed and ISM activist Flo Razowsky had instead gone to Gaza to protest against the Palestinians, how would she have been treated by their government?
Four Palestinians currently await execution by the Palestinian Authority for allegedly cooperating with Israel in averting planned Palestinian terror attacks on Israeli civilians. While the Israeli government pleads with the Palestinian government to spare their lives, Flo bourches about room service in an Israeli detention center.
Palestinian-led International Solidarity Movement (ISM), which supports terrorism
according to their own website and the use of confrontational tactics provoking
violence, misrepresents itself as a “peace” group and, like SDS
in the ‘60s which also turned to violence, subverts the “peace”
movement. ISM activists do not go to Israel merely as observers, as “outside
witnesses” to report the news as Flo claims; they go to Israel as activists,
to create the news, even making themselves the story.
Because ISM supports terrorism and some ISM members have been linked to terrorist
activity including providing cover for suicide bombers and because ISM trains
their volunteers to go to Israel to defy their laws, “to beat the system”
as Flo boasts, Israel recently began restricting their entry. If Flo were to
enter Palestinian areas and belligerently defy their authority, she wouldn't
be writing home about it.
Most newspapers as conservative as they come
Some conservatives accuse the corporate press of “liberal bias.”
Accusing corporate newspapers, dependent on advertising, of being liberal is
like calling Bush an environmentalist.
If anything, the vast majority of advertising-driven newspapers in this country
are woefully too conservative and stuffy. Liberal means tolerant, progressive
and freedom-loving. Maybe they think newspapers should be intolerant, regressive
and an advocate of slavery.