Alan Hart Esq, former reporter with the BBC, weighs in with Mark Glenn of The Ugly Truth, viz a viz the latest events taking place in his former stomping grounds–the Middle East and Palestine. Of the more important topics discussed— Zionism and Peace are Incompatable, the new piece written by Alan Hart where he makes clear the fact that we cannot serve two masters–either Zionism or peace, but not both.
An articulate Mark Glenn, has a rational and honest approach. I liked the phrase he used, “the poisoned well”. Weaning the Americans off the poisoned well is the job ahead. The world needs a media capability called the ‘real press’ to do this.
Also some interesting comments by Alan Hart about JCS Michael Mullen’s one day visit to Israel, which needs further exploration.
WHAT’S NEXT? A new Congress, friendly to Israel and hostile to Obama, or something more “up close and personal” a la mode JFK?
He predicts they will lose power in both houses next month with Obama going in two years, if something doesn’t happen to him before then.
He touches on the weakness of the Arab States. Regardless, it is the most vicious campaign in history, he calls for some activity by the impotent Arab states. How does one do this?
They talk about the outrageous comments by the Rabbis in Israel, in recent weeks. The outrageous attitudes and their ability to say these things in public. Such confidence, such arrogance.
Alan Hart also likened Hassan Nasrallah to Gamal Abdel Nasser and expounded on ‘the Resistance,’ Iran and Ahmedinejad. An illuuminating and must listen to interview.
Listen Now(interview starts at 1:35):
Alan Hart is a former ITN and BBC Panorama foreign correspondent who covered wars and conflicts wherever they were taking place in the world and specialized in the Middle East. His Latest book Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews, is a three-volume epic in its American edition. He blogs on www.alanhart.net and tweets on www.twitter.com/alanauthor.
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