Times of Israel Edits Article, Scrubs Out History of Paris Jewish Community Being Warned of Attack
by Scott Creighton (H/T Jack)
Sometimes when someone lets the cat out of the bag a little bit, MSM reporters have to go back and fix the history of their articles like Winston Smith did at the Ministry of Truth.
On Twitter, Jack pointed out one of these “fix it” moments at the Times of Israel. It seems they had an article which featured an interview with a French person of the Jewish persuasion saying they were warned the morning of the Paris attacks that something was likely to happen that day. They have since scrubbed that story to exclude that particular remark.
But thanks to Jack, we have a nice little screenshot of the original article and can compare it to the current version. They are the before and after photos published here, after the break. Enjoy watching how prescient George Orwell was back in 1949.
Before (click on image for larger view)
After (the Ministry of Truth version)
You can tell the difference in the time frame of the before and after versions by looking at the shares and Tweets in the social media sharing area. Clearly the second version, though they didn’t change the time of posting as if the new version was the original. But, the social media section gives it away.
The Times of Israel says they edited the original post “for clarity”
Combine this news with the fact that a mass casualty drill took place just hours before the shooting and you have an interesting expose on just how “surprising” the Paris attacks were to all sorts of Parisians.
Of course, Hollande was looking for a reason to step-up attacks inside Syria the week before as his one aircraft carrier was steaming toward the country.
And since Israel is the main recipient of that stolen oil from Syria that “ISIS” likes to sell on the cheap, I guess it makes sense they might know “ISIS’s” next big plan.
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