Saturday, December 20, 2014

Ex-CIA Israel-Hater's Motivation; Record Prints His Columns Regularly, While Claiming It Only Prints Readers' Columns On Local Issues

The St. Augustine Record claims it prints readers' columns only on local issues. In fact, it regularly prints columns by Israel-hating CIA Special Operations retiree Ron Estes, whose Marsh Creek Country Club Owners Association gated community profile online states:

"One of the most gratifying successes for the Beirut Station was the recruitment of the leader and mastermind of the Black September Organization that had previously attacked Israeli Olympic athletes in Munich in 1972. His recruitment gave CIA the capability to destroy Black September as a terrorist group and provided CIA access to the inner circles of the Fatah organization of Yasser Arafat. Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service, killed the agent in 1978."

Estes is angry at Israel for killing his informant. Tough cookies. Estes is on an anti-Israel mission, wasting countless columns that are supposed to be dedicated to LOCAL issues.

While eschewing relevant columns on local issues, the Record regularly prints Estes' anti-Israel columns.

What a waste of space. The Record's stated policy is regularly violated by printing long anti-Israel diatribes. Note to the Morris Communications family during Hannukah: Either amend your policy or stick to it, please. Otherwise, people are going to conclude you're Jew-haters from Georgia, just a little bit off your nut.

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