The newspeak is absolutely incredible! Mossad propagandists, operating out of the Israeli consulate in New York, are referred to as media consultants…
Well, as U.S. Army theorist Ralph Peters wrote, the effect of media on young men, in terms of reaching national security objectives, “is destructive beyond the power of words to describe.” Keeping that in mind, an operation like the one described below makes sense.
Everyone knows about Israel’s relationship with the U.S., and how the U.S. is complicit in Israeli atrocities, but this is particularly weird. It doesn’t set the right kind of precedent when “friendly” governments run intelligence operations targeted at the civilian populations of other “friendly” governments. Therefore, this operation is, almost certainly, being run in collusion with U.S. intelligence.
Has Iran finally run out of time? Is this part of the mindwar necessary to program the zombies about what they’re going to be supporting in the near future?
And hot chicks.
A new Israeli public relations effort wants the country known less for its conflict with the Palestinians or for its myriad holy sites than for its beautiful women in uniform.
Or, more accurately, out of uniform.
A photo spread in the upcoming July issue of the U.S. lad mag Maxim features a roster of Israeli models, all ex-soldiers, photographed wearing very little in the cause of their country. Initiated by Israel’s New York consulate and headlined “Women of the Israel Defense Forces,” the campaign has already been criticized as inappropriate by some in Israel.
The Maxim shoot presents Israeli models like Nivit Bash, who apparently served in military intelligence â€” though the only remnant of an army career evident in her photograph on the magazine’s web site is a military-style black cap that matches a minimal swimsuit.
Gal Gadot, a former Miss Israel and army fitness instructor, appears sprawled provocatively on the ledge of a Tel Aviv high-rise.
The idea originated in the media office at Israel’s consulate in New York City, where research showed that Israel meant little to young American men.
“Males that age have no feeling toward Israel one way or another, and we view that as a problem, so we came up with an idea that would be appealing to them,” said David Dorfman, a media adviser at the consulate.
Maxim’s popularity with that demographic led to the strange partnership.
“Maxim was approached by the Israeli consulate to be a part of reshaping Israel’s public image, specifically because of our unmatched mainstream reach to men aged 18 to 35. We are pleased with the result of our work together,” the magazine said in a statement.
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