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  • Pathetic Pearlstine of Time Magazine Throws a Bone

    TIME's Chief Editor Claims
    Magazine Was Duped by Turks

    By Harut Sassounian
    Publisher, The California Courier

    The June 6, 2005 issue of the European edition of TIME magazine included a
    DVD as a paid ad. The DVD had a 70-minute segment that completely denied
    and distorted the facts of the Armenian Genocide. In the same issue, along
    with the DVD, TIME ran a four-page ad, placed by the Ankara Chamber of
    Commerce, promoting tourism in Turkey.

    In an earlier column, I pointed out that the 70-minute "documentary" was
    hidden behind several other segments on the DVD all of which dealt with
    tourism. This revisionist DVD created a worldwide uproar against TIME for
    acting as a conduit for Turkish distortions.

    In response to complaints from many readers, TIME printed in the June 20,
    2005 issue of its European edition the following letter:

    "I was rather disappointed to see a DVD in your magazine [June 6]
    accompanying a Turkish ad that portrayed Armenians as terrorists and the
    Armenian genocide as a myth. TIME has a good reputation for unbiased
    reporting. The DVD is an insult to all Armenians across the world." The
    letter was signed by Gagik Mikaelian, Chicago, Ill.

    The editors of TIME added the following note to that letter: "TIME is an
    independent newsmagazine and does not endorse the views of any organization or government. We regret any offense caused by the advertisements."

    Given the gravity of the offense committed by TIME, this brief letter and
    the briefer response fell far short of what is expected, particularly in
    view of the fact that TIME's European edition had violated anti-racism and
    genocide denial laws of several European countries, besides offending the
    sensibilities of its readers.

    Simon Maghakyan of Colorado was so offended with TIME's denialist DVD that
    he sent a letter of complaint to Norman Pearlstine, the Editor-in-Chief of
    TIME, Inc. After receiving no answer to his several letters, Mr. Maghakyan
    fired off an angry e-mail to Mr. Pearlstine, making a parallel between the
    sending of the Turkish DVD to distributing Nazi propaganda.

    That e-mail got Mr. Pearlstine's attention. He sent the following reply,
    making this interesting and important revelation: "We have, of course,
    apologized in the magazine for accepting a DVD whose contents were
    different from what we had been led to believe they would be."

    Regardless of whether the Editor-in-Chief of TIME is being honest in his
    assertion that the magazine's executives were misled by Turks, such an
    admission opens the door for Armenians to ask that TIME now redress the
    damage it caused by disseminating the Turkish DVD to 500,000 subscribers in
    more than a dozen European countries.

    In an earlier column, I suggested that TIME take the following 6 steps to
    make up for its grave error:

    1) Publish a real apology for disseminating this fraudulent DVD;
    2) Issue a formal memo to all its divisions around the world not to accept
    this DVD as an insert (the Ankara Chamber of Commerce has announced its
    intention to place the same DVD in TIME's Asian and Pacific editions);
    3) Issue a written warning to all its advertising executives not to accept
    any more ads from Turkish entities that deny the Armenian Genocide (just as
    they would not run an ad that denies the Jewish Holocaust and glorifies
    Hitler; the New York Times recently rejected an ad from Turkish
    organizations denying the Armenian Genocide);
    4) Destroy the extra 116,000 copies of this DVD that are still in TIME's
    possession;
    5) Agree to insert and disseminate free of charge a DVD, prepared by a
    reputable research institute, on the Armenian Genocide;
    6) Donate the payment it received from the Turkish Chamber of Commerce for
    this ad to an Armenian charity.

    After admitting that TIME magazine ran an ad that it shouldn't have, Mr.
    Pearlstine must now meet with Armenian community leaders to discuss the
    next steps in order to avoid a costly and embarrassing lawsuit in several
    European countries and a loss of subscribers as well as advertisers in the
    U.S. and other parts of the world!

    http://groong.usc.edu/news/msg119728.html
    A coward dies a thousand deaths, a hero dies but once

  • #2
    Good article. This is a prime example of the jews involvement in the denial of the Armenian Genocide. It isn't just the jewish lobbies in Washington which are blocking the Armenian Gencocide from being officially recognized by the U.S., but it is other jewish organizations as well. Here you see how the jew owned/controlled U.S. media is playing a big part in this as well.

    Here are a few examples of U.S. media companies owned by jews:

    CNN-Walter Isaacson (jew)
    AOL-Time Warner-Gerald Levin (jew)
    CBS-Laurence Tisch (jew)
    ABC-Leonard Goldenson (jew)
    NBC-David Sarnoff (jew)
    ESPN-Steven Bornstein (jew)
    Walt Disney-Michael Eisner (jew)
    Viacom-Sumner Redstone (born Murray
    Rothstein-jew)
    Paramount Pictures-Sherry Lansing (jew)
    Seagram-Edgar Bronfman (jew) Seagram
    also owns Universal Studios, MCA,
    Polygram, and many others.
    Fox News-CEO, Peter Chernin (jew)
    New York Times-Arthur Sulzberger Jr. (jew)
    The Sulzberger family also owns 33
    other newspapers through the New
    York Times Co., including Boston
    Globe, McCall's, and Family Circle.
    Washington Post-Katherine Meyer Graham
    (jew)
    New York Post-in joint venture with the
    New York Times.
    Wall Street Journal-Pete Kann (jew)
    Time, a subsidiary of Time Warner-Gerald
    Levin (jew)
    Newsweek, published by Washington Post
    -Katherine Meyer Graham (jew)
    U.S. News & World Report-Mortimer
    Zuckerman (jew) Zuckerman also
    owns Atlantic Monthly and New
    York's the Daily News.

    In addition, these networks are staffed from top to bottom with Jews. As you've all just seen, Time isn't only owned by jews, but these news magazines' and newspapers' Editors-in-Chiefs are jews as well, making sure to keep brainwashing the public with their jew popaganda.

    Not talking about the jew's involvenment in all of this on this forum would be a big mistake. After all, they are the ones doing all of the Turk's dirty work here in the U.S. and other Anglo countries.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by UFraidees
      Given the gravity of the offense committed by TIME, this brief letter and
      the briefer response fell far short of what is expected, particularly in
      view of the fact that TIME's European edition had violated anti-racism and
      genocide denial laws of several European countries, besides offending the
      sensibilities of its readers.
      Isn't it ironic how a jewish owned U.S. magazine, supervised by a jewish editor-in-chief (Norman Pearlstine) broke genocide denial laws in Europe?

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      • #4
        Fox is owned by Ruperty Murdoch. Your list needs to be updated.
        Achkerov kute.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Anonymouse
          Fox is owned by Ruperty Murdoch. Your list needs to be updated.
          I put the man in charge, not the owner on that one. Besides, Murdoch's mother is a jew.

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          • #6
            Yeah, it's all one big conspiracy. You guys are making all Jewish-Americans seem evil.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by truth_seeker
              Murdoch's mother is a jew.
              He says that he took his father's Christian religion, but his mother being a jew still makes him a jew. Likewise, it makes him sympathetic to jewish interests like denying the Armenian Genocide.

              He is also an openly hardcore zionist.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by UFraidees
                TIME's Chief Editor Claims
                Magazine Was Duped by Turks

                "We have, of course, apologized in the magazine for accepting a DVD whose contents were different from what we had been led to believe they would be."
                I don't believe this for a minute. This isn't a little operation and I'm sure they thouroghly check everything and I don't believe that they didn't know the contents of the DVD. I think the Jews were in on this right from the start and it wouldn't surprise me if the Jews came up with the idea for it in the first place. They knew the response they would get and they already knew what they were going to say.

                The editors of TIME added the following note to that letter: "TIME is an independent newsmagazine and does not endorse the views of any organization or government. We regret any offense caused by the advertisements."
                Notice how they still claim it was an only an advertizement that offended some people.

                Regardless of whether the Editor-in-Chief of TIME is being honest in his assertion that the magazine's executives were misled by Turks, such an
                admission opens the door for Armenians to ask that TIME now redress the
                damage it caused by disseminating the Turkish DVD to 500,000 subscribers in
                more than a dozen European countries.
                That's right. Regardless of whether they knew it or not, they should have known and "Ooops" simply won't cut it. They made a "mistake" so they should have to pay for it or correct it.

                1) Publish a real apology for disseminating this fraudulent DVD;
                And not just a little thing, it should be a full page thing at the very least. How I would like to put the squeeze on them to dedicate one whole issue on the Armenian Genocide.

                2) Issue a formal memo to all its divisions around the world not to accept this DVD as an insert (the Ankara Chamber of Commerce has announced its intention to place the same DVD in TIME's Asian and Pacific editions);
                There's not likely to be any more DVDs going out as inserts.

                3) Issue a written warning to all its advertising executives not to accept
                any more ads from Turkish entities that deny the Armenian Genocide (just as
                they would not run an ad that denies the Jewish Holocaust and glorifies
                Hitler; the New York Times recently rejected an ad from Turkish
                organizations denying the Armenian Genocide);
                You would think that would go without saying, but they're Jews.

                4) Destroy the extra 116,000 copies of this DVD that are still in TIME's possession;
                I think they should be confiscated by law enforcement or haded over voluntarily.
                5) Agree to insert and disseminate free of charge a DVD, prepared by a
                reputable research institute, on the Armenian Genocide;
                Equal time, absolutely!

                6) Donate the payment it received from the Turkish Chamber of Commerce for this ad to an Armenian charity.
                Or use it to pay for our own DVD.

                After admitting that TIME magazine ran an ad that it shouldn't have, Mr.
                Pearlstine must now meet with Armenian community leaders to discuss the
                next steps in order to avoid a costly and embarrassing lawsuit in several
                European countries and a loss of subscribers as well as advertisers in the
                U.S. and other parts of the world!
                Personally, I think they should go through with the lawsuits unless they take some seriously worthwhile steps that don't only put a bandaid on the table.

                I know this was all the Jew's doing. There's no way in hell that they wouldn't have known the contents of the DVD.

                Yet we get, "The Jews are our freinds." from the imbiciles.
                "that was the renegade Hebrew (donmeh) of Salonika, Talaat, the principal organizer of the massacres and deportations," Rafael De Nogales. Four Years Beneath the Crescent. 1926. p.27

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TomServo
                  Yeah, it's all one big conspiracy. You guys are making all Jewish-Americans seem evil.
                  It's nothing more than giving credit where credit is due.

                  You often make dramatic responses, but it's inappropriate in this context.
                  A coward dies a thousand deaths, a hero dies but once

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                  • #10
                    The inventor of the LASER, Gordon Gould, a jew, was also responsible for this since his invention is at the heart of the DVD technology used to diseeminate these lies. This further goes to prove that the jews have a big plan at work here.
                    this post = teh win.

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