This article is from 2013. I wonder how many comments we’ve personally seen written by these students, likely in YouTube videos too.
They’ll probably deploy any tactic that works, including becoming our buddies, or cutting sarcasm and put downs, anything to dissuade the public from wanting to learn the awful, racist supremacist truth about Israel.
Talmud Encourages Jews to Deceive Non-Jews — “Pretend to rejoice with them in order to hide your hatred” — Talmud denies the Gentile status as a “man,” so they are also excluded from being the Jews’ neighbor
Michael Rivero on Internet Trolls: ~“Lobbyists who target ordinary people are not required to identify themselves. It is a huge, huge part of the public relations business! In these evil times, whatever dirty trick or subterfuge the government can think of they’re going to do. Lying gets them what they want. That’s why we have to keep standing up and pointing out the liars: ‘Liar, liar, pants on fire.’ ‘Fifteen Pinocchios on you’”
Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda
Ben Lynfield Tuesday 13 August 2013
In a campaign to improve its image abroad, the Israeli government plans to provide scholarships to hundreds of students at its seven universities in exchange for their making pro-Israel Facebook posts and tweets to foreign audiences.
The students making the posts will not reveal online that they are funded by the Israeli government, according to correspondence about the plan revealed in the Haaretz newspaper.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office, which will oversee the programme, confirmed its launch and wrote that its aim was to “strengthen Israeli public diplomacy and make it fit the changes in the means of information consumption”.
The government’s hand is to be invisible to the foreign audiences.…
Mr Netanyahu’s aides said the main topics the units would address related to political and security issues, combating calls to boycott Israel and combating efforts to question Israel’s legitimacy. The officials said the students would stress Israeli democratic values, freedom of religion and pluralism.
But Alon Liel, the doveish former director-general of the Israeli foreign ministry, criticised the plan as “quite disgusting”. “University students should be educated to think freely. When you buy the mind of a student, he becomes a puppet of the Israeli government grant,” he said. “You can give a grant to do social work or teach but not to do propaganda on controversial issues for the government.”