Comments on: Paging PETA: BBC Laughing At Traumatised Israeli Pets Down Under Punditry in the Middle East Mon, 20 Jul 2015 18:34:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: BBC’s Jon Donnison Summoned Home | Israellycool Tue, 27 Nov 2012 12:42:04 +0000 […] We weren’t impressed with the way he ridiculed Israeli pet owners’ concerns for their pets and a Jerusalem Post journalist tasked with writing a perfectly reasonable story. […]

By: John Fri, 23 Nov 2012 09:12:13 +0000 Hamas is your address, why not ask them why they have to fire rockets at Israeli children?

By: Voice of reason Thu, 22 Nov 2012 10:29:34 +0000 More than 20 children were killed in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Show some respect.

By: Voice of reason Thu, 22 Nov 2012 10:28:35 +0000 More than 20 Children died in Gaza. Several were less than one year old.

That you would care more about the well-being of a cat than about dead toddlers tells a lot about you.

By: Gábor Fränkl Thu, 22 Nov 2012 10:24:49 +0000 I sent this serious proposal to BBCWatch just a short while ago, what do you think about it? I absolutely promote this idea as utmont necessity!
“Dear CIFWatch/BBCWatch,
Dear Adam Letwick (I don’t know if I write your name correctly),

To be honest I wanted to go to BBCWatch. I wanted to contact Adam.
My proposal how to get to the delinquents at both the Guardian and the BBC. I think I found a most effective surefire way to get under their skin and make them change.
All of us know that what vain narcisstic haughty asses they all are (reporters, journalists, etc. etc.).
Perhaps the only way to resist their lies is to start an oopen public page and document their falsities, lies and propagandistic acts.
for example: / and whichever reporter is on the ground in Gaza at the time reporting ( – and document her factually incorrect falisities and outright lies like that only yesterday that “All crossings into Gaza is controlled by Israel” – a blatant and brazen lie)!
Now, I know for a fact that hence the idea that some liberal opponents in the US of well-known Conservative pundit michelle Malkin created a site called Along these lines we must replicate this and create as many sites as necessary and corner them. One can put info on these sites as they come up and document their lies and agit-prop on a timely fashion.

They could not do a damn thing. After all they ALL are public actors and cannot shut this down I think. Not in America at least!
Thy start a process, a trial? What for? how come??? Again, they cannot do a damn thing about documenting their bias publicly. Name and shame them!
I, we all know for a fact that they are hypersensitive about all this, their rep, and let’s see who will draw the short end of the stick.
Please consider my proposal! Please ge tback to me what you think about it!

Gábor Fränkl
Budapest, Hungary”

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By: Bubbe Wed, 21 Nov 2012 07:05:00 +0000 You got the picture, Jim. But Ms Precious can find matzoh anywhere you hide it.

By: Jim from Iowa Tue, 20 Nov 2012 19:32:49 +0000 Does Pepper the Precious Pug get a special seder meal during Passover? With his/her sense of smell, hiding the matzoh is probably not as much fun, though. And applying the four questions to your dog probably becomes saying something like “Who’s a precious pug?” in a cute, high-pitched, sing-songy manner.

By: mzk1 Tue, 20 Nov 2012 18:31:50 +0000 My point is those complainig about the Citizens United need to explain why newspapers should have more freedom than other outlets. (Hint – look at their politics.)

By: mzk1 Tue, 20 Nov 2012 18:30:36 +0000 If you read the complaint on the first bombing, they start to claim special privelege, but at the end only can claim to be the same as any civilian. Read and parse. :-)

BTW, watch out for British and Israeli reporters. Our libel laws are much more severe than American ones, so (at least British reporters) learn the fine art of innuendo (as per Michael Hay).