Israeli press speaks of Israeli gov-made army of bloggers spam machine

Foreign agents AIPAC lobbyHaaretz uncovers the serpent underneath the rock… Israel recruits ‘army of bloggers’ to combat anti-Zionist Web sites …Important to know that this army of bloggers created by the Israeli military are not independently posting their own materials and opinions on other peoples’ websites and blogs. They are monitored and cut off if the opinions expressed are not sufficiently in line with the Israeli military. Further, their contributions are fused with pre- written materials that are then pasted together before going online at antiZionist web sites.

In the US, what we have is a foreign government propaganda operation that is using US servers to spread the message of the foreign government. If such a thing were being launched and operated from a Muslim or Arab country, the people responsible for cooperating with such propaganda would immediately be thrown in jail. Why is that not the case here? It should be, shouldn’t it? Much of what is sent out by this foreign propaganda machine is in fact hate speech against Muslims, and against Arabs in particular.

10 thoughts on “Israeli press speaks of Israeli gov-made army of bloggers spam machine

  1. I’ve not been inducted into the Israeli disinformation army, however, I think you’re biggest problem is not any such propaganda campaign, but, your own apparent inability to debate the issues surrounding the Arab Israeli conflict with any meaningful level of intelligence, knowledge or even maturity. You also have a marked propensity for profanity, juvenile rants and emotional hysterics. That’s your biggest threat, not the Israeli helicopters hovering around in your imagination.

  2. ‘David’, we will begin soon to remove your comments and other comments from other fictional people using the Israeli military software spam machine called the Internet Megaphone. We will continue to discuss the issues with people who are not coming in on the server from Newark that is coordinating with the Israeli propaganda machine to spam antiZionist sites with pre-written comments fused onto a word or two from people like yourself. Your above comment is typical of the spam machine as it truly has nothing honest to say beyond beyond an insult or two like the one below…

    ‘You also have a marked propensity for profanity, juvenile rants and emotional hysterics.’

    Thanks, ‘David’. Well the spam machine soft war that you are a part of truly is nothing more than a wrecking device for blogs that disagree with Israeli military aggression. We will not continuously allow the Israeli military to come in using a mechanized software program to continue to spam our web site. Goodbye soon from us.

  3. Translation: “We will censor any comments that differ from our own bash-Israel mantra because we are poorly equipped to engage in a knowledgeable discusson of Middle Eastern affairs. We are closed-minded and do not wish to hear any side of the issues except our own side. We surrender and are, thus, banning you.

  4. Translation- We already use a system to prevent commercial spam pretending to be actual and real commentary from wrecking the site, and we also will begin to remove Israeli military spam warfare from this blog. too. If you are a Zionist that appears to not be part of the machine attack, your material will be responded to in a courteous manner and left on the site?

    If your material appears to be part of the concerted spam attack by Israeli military software, then we will remove that spam. Call it censorship if you wish? It makes no actual difference to us what your less than virtuous Zionist cyborg’ human components actually say about us. The contempt is mutual anyway, and we have other things to talk about at Not My Tribe other than just your racist Jewish State crap all day and all night long..

  5. Tony, it would behoove you to crack the history books and become better informed about the Middle East as you clearly are lacking on the topic. You cannot simply get by cranking out the same simplistic cliches and buzzzzz words, like “occupation” and “stolen land” and “Zionists are racists” because that just won’t hack it. If you’re going to opine on the Arab Israeli conflict, you need to present a convincing case for your point of view, and not merely deflect attention by throwing temper tantrums and refusing to debate. You are entitled to your own opinion, but not to your own version of the facts.

  6. tony,don’t respond: as you can see all the “machine” is spouting is form without substance-empty phrases- don’t cast back pearls before swine…

  7. David, don’t pay attention to threats of censorship. We LOVE this. We’ve never been happier or more fulfilled than we are when going toe to toe with you and your people all day every day for weeks on end.

    You are an Israeli Rick Warren. You’ve given us, truly, a Purpose Driven Life.
    May it never cease!

  8. We are NOT cyborgs we are re bvzzt crctrll bzzt Real Humanoid Biological Interface Units bzzzttrrr clnnku crrkkklll bzztt AND WE WILL CRUSH YOU PUNY HUMANS WITH YOUR FLESH-CIRCUITS AND BRAINS MADE MORE OF FAT THAN SILICON … eeerrrrr ummmmm I mean, no, we aren’t actually acting in concert with each other, we have no agenda and you should really trust us.

    If you ever start to agree with us instead of your absurd Resistance RESISTANCE IS FUTILE… YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED…

  9. More on ‘Thought Manipulation’ since I just came across this article originally published in Israel on ynet news there…

    Thought-police is here
    Rona Kuperboim slams Foreign Ministry’s plan to hire pro-Israel talkbackers
    Rona Kuperboim

    Published: 07.10.09, 13:11 / Israel Opinion

    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.

    article can be found at

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