How Israel Censors the Internet
Israel wants to be the final arbiter of what is available anywhere about Israel. If someone writes something that has not received the Israeli imprimatur, that author runs the risk of being condemned as an “anti-Semite.”
This is the risk the US government was confronted with following the June 8, 1967, Israeli attack on the USS Liberty.
Had the US government conducted an investigation of that attack they would have concluded it not only was deliberate and against a target known to be an American ship when the attack began but that the Israelis committed War Crimes during the attack.
Clearly, this was unacceptable since the Israelis had prepared a report following their “investigation” that totally absolved all Israelis involved in the attack from acting in any way improperly.
The US government was faced with the very real possibility of creating a report of its investigation of the attack on the USS Liberty that would not receive the Israeli imprimatur.
So the US government decided not to conduct any investigation at all.
In 1989 with the publication of “Assault on the Liberty” by USS Liberty survivor Jim Ennes, USS Liberty survivors began their continuing effort to persuade the US government to conduct an investigation of the attack on our ship.
In 1989, USS Liberty survivors were condemned as having been “transmogrified into an anti-Israeli cult” whose efforts to educate the American public about the attack on our ship should be loudly and repeatedly condemned as “anti-Semitic.”
This video depicts in detail the effort of the Israeli government to stifle any discussion or legitimate criticism of Israeli policies and actions.
It is a video that should be viewed by every American.
Which is the reason why Israel will spare no effort to ensure no American is given the opportunity to view it.