March 7, 2014
Liz Wahl, the Filipina drama-monger who quit RT live on air, allegedly as some form of vague political protest, is getting all the attention her little heart desires in a goofy spectacle that will no doubt end with her landing a Primetime spot on MSNBC.
Here’s that weird clip again, in case you missed it (or want to see it again for some reason):
The Jewish homosexual James Kirchick, who was the one who started all that drama with the Ron Paul “racist” newsletters, and once sat in a glass box in Berlin to guilt-trip to Germans about the alleged Holocaust, was the first to interview her after the bizarre scene.
He has had trouble with RT before, having agreed to do an interview about an op-ed he wrote calling for Bradly Manning to be executed, and then using his air time on the network to whine about Russia’s anti-sodomy propaganda laws. It’s interesting how those things go together – in a Jew’s mind, we do not have the freedom to question our government for abusing us, but we do have the freedom to recruit children into the homosexual lifestyle.
What a faggot Jew. Seriously. What sort of a person behaves that way? It is a flagrant violation of basic human social norms.
The article begins:
Liz Wahl wasn’t just disgusted by the Kremlin-funded TV network’s handling of Ukraine, she says in an exclusive interview. RT’s coverage of the entire world “made me feel sick.”
American journalist Liz Wahl just made Vladimir Putin’s enemies list.
She just made my enemies list too, Jew. I hope she gets whipped by Cossacks.
It is blah blah blah for a few paragraphs, then we get to the interesting part:
Wahl initially reached out to me in August, after I launched my own impromptu protest on RT against Putin’s homophobic repression. Wahl felt morally compromised working for the network, she told me, but wasn’t yet prepared to quit.
We stayed in touch periodically over the past 6 months, and I always encouraged her to follow her conscience in making a decision about her professional future. The network’s absurd coverage of Russia’s invasion, Wahl told me earlier this week, was the last straw.
As I said yesterday, this was a career move, her quitting like that (the network said the same thing). It was obvious that it was a career move, because she didn’t state any actual reason for doing so, other than something about her grandparents being from Hungary. Clearly, this Jew orchestrated the whole spectacle. You know, called her up and said “I’ve got an idea. It’ll really be good for your career.” And I can pretty well guarantee it was he that made first contact with she, rather than the other way around as he claims here.
He no doubt told her what to say, to include the thing about the Hungarian grandparents, which presumably were supposed to have fled from Hitler (which implies that Wahl herself is likely half Jewish, unless the story is just made-up), and she just got it all garbled and confused, because she didn’t have it written down in front of her. Thus you have the gibberish that came out of her mouth.
In the Jew’s article, Wahl cites one example of being “censored” by RT, when she allegedly did an interview with a man from Mali while the French were invading that African country, and RT cut it because the man said he was happy the French invaded. The Jew has her saying that she was concerned about the fact that RT would look negatively upon all military intervention by the West, implying that sometimes it is fantastically wonderful.
After that interview, apparently at a loss trying to think up more reasons why she quit, and not having the Jew Kirchick there to help her along with it, she told the media that RT had censored the interview she did with Ron Paul right before she resigned.
Wow, she is a horrible interviewer (and not even particularly pretty). I had never seen her before.
I guess the last interview she had done was the only one she could think of to cite as having been censored, but probably this was not a good choice of one to lie about, for a couple reasons – firstly, unlike with an alleged pro-French guy in Mali, the media can call up Ron Paul and ask him about it, and secondly, Paul supports the position of the Kremlin and thus the network, so it wouldn’t make a lot of sense that he would have been censored.
“The programming yesterday, as all other ones, I thought was very fair. I listened to the replay of the whole thing,” Paul said on his official online channel on March 6.
“I didn’t think it was slanted in any way. I thought what they reported was exactly what I said,” he added.
The former presidential candidate was addressing the allegations made by RT’s ex-presenter Liz Wahl, who publicly resigned on March 5 following her interview with Ron Paul. Wahl cited the Russian channel’s “censorship” of her interview with Ron Paul as one of the reasons for her resignation.
Wahl’s “questions were all legitimate,” Paul reiterates. “I would say that it essentially all got in there in a fair and balanced manner but she implied [that] they edited something I said that might have benefited her position. I don’t recall any of that. I thought the report and the essence of what they put on TV was exactly the message I was trying to get out.”
This is all, of course, just another degrading sideshow. However, I feel it is important to look at stuff like this, which while irrelevant in itself, serves to clearly demonstrate the way that Jews manipulate society to achieve their own ends, almost always by appealing to human emotion.
It’s worth mentioning that when I decided to do a follow-up on this story this morning, I didn’t realize a Jew was responsible. Somehow though, you always find one.
Every. Single. Time.