Fake Media CNN Fires Commentator After He Calls for ‘Free Palestine From River to the Sea’; He Should Work For Trump’s New Media

CNN fires commentator after he calls for ‘free Palestine from river to the sea’

by TUT editor

Marc Lamont Hill faced accusations of anti-Semitism for using term in UN speech, denies he was advocating for Israel’s destruction or killing Jews

ed note–so, the obvious question that needs to be (rationally) asked and (honestly) answered here (and particularly on the part of those ‘Trump is owned by d’Jooz’ types) is why Jim Acosta has not been fired as well, if indeed, as we are incessantly told by all the ‘experts’ within ‘duh muuvmnt’ that the 45th POTUS is the ‘chosen son’ of Judea, Inc and that all the opposition to him within the JMSM in America is simply a ‘leftist’ thing rather than an overt attempt to destroy his presidency on the part of OJI?

Go ahead, all you ‘experts’, take your time formulating your answer.

We’ll patiently wait. Read more of this post

TUT editor | 11/30/2018 at 9:34 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: https://wp.me/p2dGk-NGI
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11/29/2018 10:12 pm ET

CNN Fired Marc Lamont Hill For Saying Palestinians Deserve Equal Rights

CNN fired contributor Marc Lamont Hill for a speech he delivered at the United Nations in support of Palestinian rights.

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CNN fired contributor Marc Lamont Hill for a speech he delivered at the United Nations in support of Palestinian rights.

Marc Lamont Hill, a professor at Temple University and a fierce advocate for equality, was perhaps the strongest, most articulate and most passionate voice against racism and bigotry among CNN’s regular contributors. Today, CNN fired him because he believes Palestinians, too, fit into a vision where all people deserve equal rights. For CNN, that was just too much.

Marc was targeted by what can only be described as an organized campaign to silence his principled and consistent advocacy against racism and for the equal treatment of all people, including Palestinians. Wednesday, as part of a Special Meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, in observance of the United Nations International Day of Solidarity With the Palestinian People at U.N. headquarters in New York, Marc was invited as a member of civil society to provide a statement to the forum. He did so having just returned from the Palestinian territories, and he made clear that his experience as a black American and the history of struggle against slavery and Jim Crow in the United States inform his solidarity with the Palestinian people.

The demand that Palestinians have equal rights from the river to the sea is not radical or racist or bigoted.

In his remarks, Marc outlined the need to work for the human rights of Palestinians in line with the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights and that this includes the rights of Palestinian refugees and Palestinians living under military occupation in the West Bank and Gaza, as well as Palestinian citizens of Israel who face routine discrimination. The geography where this discrimination and mistreatment takes place is in the land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean sea. This includes Israel and the West Bank and Gaza. Yet critics jumped on Marc’s use of the phrase “from the river to the sea” to portray him as some sort of radical eliminationist ― someone who believes that Israel should be violently destroyed or that Jews should be forcibly expelled ― when anyone who heard his statement or knows his advocacy can tell you he is anything but.

The demand that Palestinians have equal rights from the river to the sea is not radical or racist or bigoted. Rather, anything short of that would be.

You see, Palestinians deserve to have their full human rights wherever they live. Just as we should expect nothing less than equal rights for African-Americans or any group ― from sea to shining sea ― and not just in some tiny fraction of the United States, so too should Palestinians be afforded equal treatment under the law no matter in what part of the land between the river and the sea that they live.

People should be treated as equals before the law, regardless of their identity. This isn’t rocket science, and it really isn’t difficult to comprehend unless, perhaps, you support racist and discriminatory rule.

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