For the month of June 2010, SWIVL enters the world of YouTube to show the media bias towards Israel even in the face of solid evidence. SWIVL provides videos for your review that distinguish fact from fiction. In a world where the media is more interested in theater than the truth, individuals are able to judge for themselves through primary video sources. The result is that people are becoming more and more skeptical of the media as they are able to see events through their own eyes.
Media Unable to Ignore the Evidence: When confronted with compelling video evidence, many media outlets have been unable to contest the images of Israeli soldiers attacked with clubs, iron poles and knives. The UK's Channel 4 News invited a British naval analyst and counter-terror expert to analyze IDF footage:
Facts Supporting the Videos: In the aftermath of Israel's raid on the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara, during which Israeli naval commandos were attacked and several passengers were killed, the media provided non-stop coverage with both information and misinformation. The following backgrounder sorts out the facts from the falsehoods. Continue reading.
The primary aim of the Gaza flotilla was not to provide humanitarian relief; it was to cause a provocation with Israel. Its top organizers and some of its participants are radicals with ties to terrorist groups that sought a violent confrontation. Netanyahu: "Israel Is Guilty Until Proven Guilty"
Probably the best example of how the international community has and continues to be manipulated by the anti-Israel public relations machine is a parody on We are the World.