HR says so,
Today's headlines include the LA TIMES's '
The first 3 words of The Guardian story that HR link to suffice to demonstrate the total dishonesty of their allegation,
“You could be forgiven for thinking that
And the LA Times story,
GAZA CITY -- The Gaza Strip's only electric power plant shut down Sunday evening after Israel halted the shipment of diesel that fuels it, plunging most of this city into darkness…………….The power plant supplies electricity to 70% of Gaza City and about one-third of the Gaza Strip, which has a population of 1.5 million. ……. Officials in
Yes, you could be forgiven for believing what you want to believe so that you can fabricate allegations of media bias. That’s another 2 lies from HR.
And this is just plain sneaky,
Despite ongoing Qassam attacks from the territory,
Nothing's wrong, Hamas just shut down the power plant for a photo op, or so HR would have its dim-witted readers believe. Yes, the power plant was shut down – before it stopped due to lack of fuel, a necessary move to prevent ‘brown-outs’ that occur as the power falls while demand doesn’t, a situation that can damage electrical equipment. (And why would it shut off the electricity?
HR then uses this deliberate misrepresentation to criticize other media stories for having failed to mention this alleged “fact”.
It’s a non-stop feast of self-serving fantasy from HR,
While Gazans are undoubtedly suffering, the dark picture painted by the mainstream media is different from the reality.
Perfectly reasonable, as long as you avoid actual reality, which is that the various media agencies quoted by HR have covered the story accurately by noting that
HR again trips over itself, and casts the truth aside, in its rushed attempt to draw attention from what
Read the latest UN report and see otherwise.