JANET REITMAN WAS COVERING UP FOR THE TSARNAEV BROTHERS by AJ Weberman
The article that accompanies the Rolling Stone cover is written by Janet Sue Reitman, someone who hates America and wants to encourage terrorism by humanizing and "explaining" a subhuman piece of dreck named Dzokhar Tsarnaev. She is a leftist from Columbia University Journalism School and is happy to make an alliance with anyone out to destroy America, even Islamist terrorists who would destroy her Jewish ass in a heartbeat.
Tamerlan, Dzokhar's brother, subscribed to right-wing white supremacy literature and government conspiracy theories. Tamerlan Tsarnaev read extreme right-wing literature that claimed 'Hitler had a point' and articles about the 'rape of our gun rights', an investigation has found. The 26-year-old also had material that claimed the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing were government conspiracies. There are certain streams of political thought that accompany Tamerlan kind of mentality, and like fundamentalist Islam they are totalitarian in nature. Tamerlan began opposing the wars to democratize Afghanistan and Iraq. He turned to websites and literature claiming that the CIA was behind the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and Jews controlled the world. Dzhokhar hated Jews like Janet Reitman. He believed everything that his brother Tamerlan told him. Given the opportunity he would have slit Janet’s Jewish throat and scattered shards of her manuscript over her dead body.
In this article this anti-Zionist blames "American foreign policy" a dog whistle phrase for America's support for Israel, as being responsible for creating Dzokhar. She also blames his broken home. She blames this and that but never blames him or Islam.
a. An imaginary or legendary creature, such as a centaur or Harpy, that combines parts from various animal or human forms.
b. A creature having a strange or frightening appearance.
2. An animal, a plant, or other organism having structural defects or deformities.
3. Pathology A fetus or an infant that is grotesquely abnormal and usually not viable.
4. A very large animal, plant, or object.
5. One who inspires horror or disgust: a monster of selfishness.
One could use the term monster thusly, "The child was a real monster." Now look at the definition of terrorist:
ter·ror·ism (tr-rzm) n. The unlawful use or threatened use
of force or violence by a person or an organized group against
people or property with the intention of intimidating or coercing
societies or governments, often for ideological or political reasons.
You can't say "The child was a real terrorist." The purpose of this cover and article was to encourage terrorism. Jann Wenner and his running dog Janet Reitman are traitors and it is no surprise that she has written has written numerous favorable articles about Bradley Manning, a pre-op transexual and convicted traitor who hates America enough to betray its secrets.
But Janet Sue Reitman dug her own grave. Janet will always be remembered by the people of Boston and the victims and victims friends and family as having spit in their faces. Janet is scum and is part of a group of Jewish female journalists and film makers into making favorable media about those who hate them. Basically she is through dealin'. I called Janet Reitman to ask her if she writes for a pro-pot publication, why she says Dzhokar did not take part in the killing of the pot dealers on 9/11 Click here for a brief interview with Janet.
"My editors, myself, a lot of people who work for the magazine — we lived through an act of terrorism. We know what it feels like. There have been accusations to me personally of being insensitive, and I can tell you that I'm far from insensitive, not only to the political realities of terrorism but to the personal realities of terrorism. I breathed it in, literally. … The cover elicited an emotional response from people; that is not always what magazine covers do. I think it's great on a certain level, because terrorism is emotional, it's real, it affects us. It is not something that happens just overseas or just to people who are somehow "Other." If you talk to terrorism experts around the world, what they will all say is that the vast majority of people who are involved in these violent, extremist acts are what we would consider otherwise to be very normal people. One of us. Part of our community. That's a reality, and it's a very emotional thing and it makes people very uncomfortable. I totally understand that. But that was the point of my story." Click HERE to hear her bullshit.
"...the vast majority of people who are involved in these violent, extremist acts are what we would consider otherwise to be very normal people." What does this mean? They are not George Metesky or Kazinsky types? Just your well adjusted shaheeds willing to commit mass murder. This is a variation on the banality of evil theory and is really irrelevent to the matter at hand. Dzhokar may have appeared to be normal but he was not unless you consider mass murderers normal. The bottom line here Janet Reitman is scum and got herself in hot water with this article. Everyone in the literary community reads The Observer.The bitch has to make a pod cast rationalization for what she did. Jann Wenner got Rolling Stone back on the map and sold double the amount of newstand issues. But at what cost? At the cost of the blood of hundreds of human beings.
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And who put her up to this - a self-hating Jew who is half Jewish. Jann Wenner, his father was Jewish his mother Swedish. Jann is convinced he is so rich his Jewish blood and been diluted and he is actually a Nordic. He married a German. Jann was never identified with any Jewish issues or causes. He figures because he is only half Jewish he is not Jewish. Tell it to the Nazis. Jann lives in a townhouse with Matthew A Nye 19 years his younger. They have three children. Does Jann think he could do this in a Muslim society? A wall would be made to fall on him or he would be thrown from the highest roof in the village or town. He is a contributor to the Democratic Party and to Al Sharpton. Jann is rich and powerful and can get away with anything as he can make or break people's careers. But he is not going to get away with this. It will mark the beginning of the downfall of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Fanzine!
Janet had me kicked off Huffington Post and sent me this:
I'd appreciate it if you don't call me, don't send me any more emails, or attempt any contact.
Janet Reitman Janet.Reitman@wennermedia.com
I am not going to contact her as she would A. Not talk to me B. Have me arrested. So it would be pointless. But I am sure she monitors this page for threats etc.
JANN WENNER AND JANET REITMAN: TERRORIST GROUPIES by AJ Weberman
Hey, as you can see from my take on the Boston murders and maimings before I read all the news reports and articles about these two terrorists and believe me there was nothing new in Janet's article. It was a rehash of news reports mixed in with favorable reports on the cop killer's character.
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The mayor of Boston was outraged that Wenner would do such a thing but for me it came as no surprise.
Sergeant Sean P. Murphy, who distributed photos without permission from Massachusetts State Police, told Boston Magazine the photos show “the real Boston bomber. Not someone fluffed and buffed for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.” He called the cover an “insult” to anyone who has worn a uniform and to those who have lost a loved one in the line of duty:
As a professional law-enforcement officer of 25 years, I believe that the image that was portrayed by Rolling Stone magazine was an insult to any person who has every worn a uniform of any color or any police organization or military branch, and the family members who have ever lost a loved one serving in the line of duty. The truth is that glamorizing the face of terror is not just insulting to the family members of those killed in the line of duty, it also could be an incentive to those who may be unstable to do something to get their face on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. What Rolling Stone did was wrong. This guy is evil. This is the real Boston bomber. Not someone fluffed and buffed for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
Hours after releasing the photos, the 25-year veteran of the Massachusetts State Police was relieved of duty, stripped of his gun, badge, ammunition, handcuffs, baton, bulletproof vest, cameras, police ID, license to firearms, pepper spray, cell phone and computer, according to Boston magazine. Murphy was also told not to speak to the press or discuss that fateful night in Watertown with anyone else.
As far as Reitman, she did a book on Scientology and was not sued by the Scientologists for writing it as been the case with others who claim to expose it. . This tells you something about the content. I found THIS article interesting.
She wanted her book to be the first comprehensive and really objective narration of Scientology history written by a journalist. She succeeded beautifully. A bestseller, Inside Scientology is a compelling introduction to the unusual church, something the field of Scientology watching has desperately needed for a long time. It could be argued that no journalist has given Scientology a better portrayal, has so generously praised Hubbard for his charisma and skills as a master planner, and has worked so hard to understand young church members who are optimistic about Scientology's future.
Inside Scientology is an engrossing, groundbreaking work that brings a welcome sense of fair-mindedness to a subject that is, for many journalists and scholars, too hot to touch. Reitman has accomplished the miracle of adding light without heat. –Lawrence Wright, author of The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11
Inside Scientology is the unprecedented journalistic history of the Church of Scientology; one of the world’s most mysterious and least understood new religions, claiming millions of followers globally. With riveting detail, Janet Reitman, a contributing editor for Rolling Stone, chronicles the Church’s five-decade evolution: from its rise under the quixotic science fiction writer-turned guru L. Ron Hubbard, who founded Scientology in 1954; to its expansion under his successor, David Miscavige, an ambitious young acolyte who helped establish Scientology’s religious bona fides. Taking readers deep inside Scientology’s world, Reitman explores Scientology’s appeal across numerous generations, as it attached itself to pop psychology, New Age spiritualism, the recovery movement, and even modern business consulting.
Scientology is a cult not a religion. Listen to his bitch - she sounds like she is doing an advertisement for Scientology, not an expose. She's a freakin L. Ron Hubbard groupie. I would not be at all surprised if she is a Scientologist.
Reitman is an airhead who wrote for Elle fashion magazine.
The eye is an extension of the brain. Judging from the way her eyes bulge out of her head I would say she suffers from a congenital neurological disorder. Hyperthyroidism (particularly Graves disease) is the most common cause of bulging eyes. With this condition, the eyes do not blink often and seem to have a staring quality. Many factors are thought to play a role in getting Graves' disease. These might include: Genes. Some people are prone to Graves' disease because of their genes. Researchers are working to find the gene or genes involved. Gender. Sex hormones might play a role, and might explain why Graves' disease affects more women than men. Normally, there should be no visible white between the top of the iris (the colored part of the eye) and the upper eyelid. Seeing white in this area usually is a sign that the eye is bulging. Many patients with an overactive thyroid experience some weight loss which can make one look like Olive Oyl, Popeye's girlfriend. This is one reason why she chose not to have children as she might pass this disease to them. As a result she over identifies with her subjects adopting them as surrogate offspring. This is a complex but classic case of "pineing of the womb" once thought of as the cause of hysteria in woman: hysteria as in hysterectomy. My prognosis for Janet is an early onset of morbidity commensurate with the morbidity in her writing.
The Observer wrote an article about the Rolling Stone demo and Larry Aaronson commented:
"U gotta love free press about free press... even if they're total stoners with no clear mindfulness of their own... plus they do seem a bit witless and clueless.... Show you what irreversible damage smoking lots of weed over many decades will do to human cognition. (Don't go figure... its a waste of one's precious time here on this earth in these 4 dimensions)... Also shows the downside of too much pot smoking... Sad story actually..."
Aaronson revealed how much he hates pot so when the cops came to him about the death of the three pot dealers, because he knew one of them, he told the cops they were sleazy pushers who dealt with Black thugs. The cops believed him thought the killings were drug related and did not look at Tamerlan. If this man did not hate pot but believed it should be legal the Boston Marathon bombing could have been prevented.
Larry Aaronson, who taught Weissman at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School, told the Globe after the murders that Weissman had an unusually diverse group of friends. “He had such potential and was such a good soul. He was just a good friend to a lot of people,” Aaronson said. “He was friends with all kinds of kids, regardless of background. And that was what was important to him, that network of friends.
Larry, you have blood on your hands fool.
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