Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Germany's largest paper posts 'censored' antisemitism film on line

Obviously French media are keeping quiet about this.

Via The Jerusalem Post (Benjamin Weinthal):

The Bild paper on Tuesday posted on its website a film believed to be have been censored by the Franco-German TV outlet ARTE because it show Islamic-animated antisemitism and Jew-hatred in all walks of European life. 
Writing on the website – one of the largest news outlets in Europe – Julian Reichelt, the Bild’s online editor-in-chief, said, “The TV documentary proves the rampant, in part [socially] acceptable Jew-hatred, for which there are only two words: disgusting and shameful.” 
Reichelt added, “It is suspected that the documentary is not being shown [on television] because it is politically unsuitable and because the film shows an antisemitic worldview in wide parts of society that is disturbing.” (...) 
Historians and journalists with an expertise in contemporary antisemitism lauded Chosen and Excluded as a masterpiece for its expose on lethal antisemitism, European NGOs that finance hatred of Israel, and the growth of the BDS movement. 
The Times of London wrote on Sunday: “TV film on migrant Muslims’ hate of Europe’s Jews axed.” 
Bild slammed ARTE for failing to show the film, denying viewers the right to form their own opinions. German viewers pay a public fee to finance ARTE and WDR.
Michael Wolffsohn, a prominent German-Jewish historian, told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung the film is “by far the best, smartest and historically deepest documentary on this topic, while at the same time being very much up to date and true.”
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