six types of lies encouraged by the Torah:
“Rabbis are liable to alter their words, and the accuracy of their statements is not to be relied upon.” The Talmud: The Steinsaltz Edition, Vol. II, pp. 48-49.
“It is strictly forbidden to moser [inform the non-Judaic authorities on] either a Jewish person or his property. One who mosers a Jewish person or his property has no share in the world to come.”
Shulchan Aruch, Choshen Mishpat, 388
The Culture of Deceit
by Edmund Connelly
The Zionist Criminal Network
by Christopher Bollyn
Journaliste Sans Frontières
“I describe incidents which may or may not have happened but which are true.”
Elie Wiesel in Elie Wiesel: conversations by Elie Wiesel, Robert Franciosi, (1970), p 33.
Israel is paying internet workers to manipulate online content, Judaizing Wikipedia
Israel To Pay Students For Pro-Israeli Social Media Propaganda
Israel to pay students to defend it online
Hasbara Spam Alert; Israel’s Campaign For ‘Positive’ Internet Spin
by Richard Silverstein -- The Guardian (Britain)
“With Israel’s foreign ministry organising volunteers to flood news websites with pro-Israeli comments, Propaganda 2.0 is here. The hasbara brigade strikes again! You always hear about Israeli attempts at media manipulation. Everyone knows it’s going on but usually the process happens through cyber insurgents like those involved with Giyus (and its media monitoring software, Megaphone). Now [Jan. 2009], we know that the Israeli foreign ministry itself is orchestrating propaganda efforts designed to flood news websites with pro-Israel arguments and information.…”
Israel’s Information Ops
When Tel Aviv goes to war, universities and activists are organized to beat back the bad news.
By Philip Giraldi, August 20, 2014
Israeli hires internet soldiers
Saturday, July 18th, 2009
…Straight out of Avigdor Lieberman’s Foreign Ministry: a new Internet Fighting Team! Israeli students and demobilized soldiers get paid to pretend they are just regular folks and leave pro-Israel comments on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other sites. The effort is meant to fight the “well-oiled machine” of “pro-Palestinian websites, with huge budgets… with content from the Hamas news agency.” The approach was test-marketed during Israel’s assault on Gaza, and by groups like Give Israel Your United Support, a controversial effort to use instant-access technology to crowd-source Israel advocates to fill in flash polls or vote up key articles on social networking sites.
“Will the responders who are hired for this also present themselves as “ordinary net-surfers”?
“Of course,” says Shturman. “Our people will not say: ‘Hello, I am from the policy-explanation department of the Israeli Foreign Ministry and I want to tell you the following.’ Nor will they necessarily identify themselves as Israelis. They will speak as net-surfers and as citizens, and will write responses that will look personal but will be based on a prepared list of messages that the Foreign Ministry developed.”
The Foreign Ministry presents: talkbackers in the service of the State
By: Dora Kishinevski
Calcalist 5 July 2009
Use Google Translate... or read the transation for Occupation Magazine by George Malent
“After they became an inseparable part of the service provided by public-relations companies and advertising agencies, paid Internet talkbackers are being mobilized in the service in the service of [Israel]. The Israeli Foreign Ministry is in the process of setting up a team of students and demobilized soldiers who will work around the clock writing pro-Israeli responses on Internet websites all over the world, and on services like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. The Foreign Ministry’s department for the explanation of Israeli policy is running the project, and it will be an integral part of it. The project is described in the government budget for 2009 as the “Internet fighting team” – a name that was given to it in order to distinguish it from the existing policy-explanation team, among other reasons, so that it can receive a separate budget. Even though the budget’s size has not yet been disclosed to the public, sources in the Foreign Ministry have told Calcalist that in will be about NIS 600.000 in its first year, and it will be increased in the future. From the primary budget, about NIS 200.000 will be invested in round-the-clock activity at the micro-blogging website Twitter, which was recently featured in the headlines for the services it provided to demonstrators during the recent disturbances in Iran.”
Thought-Police Is Here in Israel
by Rona Kuperboim, July 10, 2009
“The Foreign Ministry unveiled a new plan this week: Paying talkbackers to post pro-Israel responses on websites worldwide. A total of NIS 600,000 (roughly $150,000) will be earmarked to the establishment of an ‘Internet warfare’ squad.
“The Foreign Ministry intends to hire young people who speak at least one language and who study communication, political science, or law – or alternately, Israelis with military experience gained at units dealing with information analysis.
“Beyond the fact that these job requirements reveal a basic lack of understanding in respect to the dynamics of the online discourse – the project’s manager argued that “adults don’t know how to blog” – they are not too relevant either. An effective talkbacker does not need a law degree or military experience. He merely needs to care about the subject he writes about.
“The sad truth is that had Israeli citizens believed that their State is doing the right thing, they would have made sure to explain it out of their own accord. Without being paid.…”
Israel attempts international control of internet content
“The participating countries would be part of a loose coalition that would keep an eye on content and where it was being posted, and members of the coalition would work to demand that the platforms remove the content that was posted in any of their countries at the request of members.”
Israel eyes world coalition to force social media platforms to block incitement
by David Shamah, The Times of Israel, January 19, 2016
deceit and bullying
The late Dr. Martin’s experience is instructive. In this video he chronicles with good humor the types of deceit and bully tactics that he experienced as a historian revealing the sordid and concealed history of Jewish slave traders. He experienced what is experienced by everyone who confronts Jewish myths and deceits:
“Witness, for instance, the almost amusing narrative disparity between arguments seeking to maximize Jewish economic contributions to European (colonial) efforts and those seeking to minimize Jewish participation in the slave-trade. The former figure New Christians (especially Portuguese) as Jews, while the latter figure them as Christians. ”
“On Converso anti-Marrano Ethnicity,” in Benjamin R. Gampel, ed., Crisis and Creativity in the Sephardic World, 1391-1648 (New York, 1997), 59-76.