The new installment of the bi-weekly Infoshop News podcast is now available for downloading and listening. The Infoshop News Show features news from the Infoshop News newswire, music, interviews and other features. This edition features the last part of Infoshop's 2005 interview with Jon Bekken, who is a professor at Albright College and longtime editor of the Industrial Worker.
"Whenever the ACLU holds one of its infamous "emergency town meetings" their nefarious allies generally show up to voice their solidarity. Typical of these is the vicious anti-Israel crowd that disgraced the entrance to Newton North with such vile signs as "Victory to the Infitada" (translation: kill all the Jews in Israel) or "Free Palestine from Walls, Terrorism and Occupation" (then take the Jewish homeland). Our Jewish mayor permitted these Israel-haters to brandish a huge PLO-Hamas flag in the auditorium. Meanwhile Congressman Frank, who recently returned from Israel as a participant in the International Council of Jewish Parliamentarians, was too busy attacking the president and all things Republican and pretended not to notice the huge PLO-Hamas flag staring him in the face."
Anyway to read the Reuters news quote from Mr.Cox of a few days ago this would appear to be the case. The truth is more likely his and SEC attorneys' wish to gag both professional business journalists including at the WSJ as well as defrauded investors such as myself who wish to blow the whistle on SEC corruption and fraud.