Commentary Magazine is the flagship publication of America’s most rabid neocon-Zionist extremists. For some reason they aren’t happy about my recent Press TV article headlined “Israel called shots from Grassy Knoll?“
Squealing like a proverbial stuck pig, Commentary writer Michael Rubin calls my article “noxious hate” but makes no effort to dispute its central contention: That Michael Collins Piper’s book Final Judgment makes a strong case that Israel was a key player in the JFK assassination.
If Rubin wants to be taken seriously, he should direct his readers to a convincing refutation of Piper’s thesis. Unfortunately for Rubin and the Zionist entity he serves, no such refutation exists. Rubin is left with only one way to respond to my article: With insults and insinuations of racism.
The Zionists always attempt to silence their critics with insults and threats, because they have no convincing arguments supporting their case. The entire set of Zionist positions, starting with the ludicrous notion that the genocidal entity occupying Palestine “has the right to exist,” cannot be defended with rational-empirical arguments. So they have become specialists in hate propaganda, character assassination, ad-hominems, arguments through misleading emotional appeals, and other diversionary tactics designed to obfuscate the fact that they are in the wrong.
Rubin’s article, with its failure to even try to refute Piper’s thesis, amounts to an admission that Piper is right: Substantial evidence implicates Israel in the assassination of President Kennedy.