Leaked Israeli Hasbara Report: Leaked report... Israel's commissioned report on how to "manipulate American and European citizens through the media." http://www.stopdebezetting.com/documents/pdf/090713Hasbara%20handboek_tip_report.pdf
Alright, I was just going to post in the thread (had 5 posts) and it got slid into 404. At least one of the posts was JIDF saying that it was probably Palestinian propaganda. If anyone has ever seen Russian, Iranian, or Palestinian propaganda, you will know right away that this is not fake.
It's 4:30PM in Israel - sliders in full effect.
Anyway, what I was going to post is that I am only about 10% through this report, but it makes me want to vomit.
>Not for distribution or publication. >10) >Draw direct parallels between Israel and America, including the need to defend against terrorism. From history to culture to values, the more you focus on the similarities between Israel and America, the more likely you are to win the support of those who are neutral. Indeed, Israel is an important American ally in the war against terrorism, and faces many of the same challenges as America in protecting their citizens. For example, on September 11th, nineteen suicide terrorists hijacked American planes and killed our citizens. Today, when we go to the airport, we are screened and checked. Following an attempted “Shoe Bombing” we now have to take off our shoes. It slows travel down, is expensive, and invades our privacy. But imagine what we would do if more than 250 times terrorists had crossed into our land and killed our children while they were riding buses or eating burgers? What would America do? What would America do if America’s neighbors in Canada or Mexico were firing rockets into America?
>Open your conversation with strong proven messages such as:
>“Israel is committed to a better future for everyone –Israelis and Palestinians alike. Israel wants the pain and suffering to end, and is committed to working with the Palestinians toward a peaceful, diplomatic solution where both sides can have a better future. Let this be a time of hope and opportunity for both the Israeliand the Palestinian people.”
It's hard to copy and paste. I screwed up the last post.
>Draw direct parallels between Israel and America, including the need to defend against terrorism. From history to culture to values, the more you focus on the similarities between Israel and America, the more likely you are to win the support of those who are neutral. Indeed, Israel is an important American ally in the war against terrorism, and faces many of the same challenges as America in protecting their citizens. For example, on September 11th, nineteen suicide terrorists hijacked American planes and killed our citizens. Today, when we go to the airport, we are screened and checked. Following an attempted “Shoe Bombing” we now have to take off our shoes. It slows travel down, is expensive, and invades our privacy. But imagine what we would do if more than 250 times terrorists had crossed into our land and killed our children while they were riding buses or eating burgers? What would America do? What would America do if America’s neighbors in Canada or Mexico were firing rockets into America?
>>33352545 It won't. Someone should copypasta it to stormfront though.
>11) >Don’t talk about religion. >Americans who see the bible as their sourcebook on foreign affairs are already supporters of Israel. Religious fundamentalists are Israel’s “Amen Choir” and they make up approximately one fourth of the American public and Israel’s strongest friends in the world.
>However, some of those who are most likely to believe that Israel is a religious state are most hostile towards Israel (“they’re just as extreme as those religious Arab countries they criticize”). Unfortunately, virtually any discussion of religion will only reinforce this perception.
>Therefore, even the mention of the word “Jew” is many Israel contexts is going to elicit a negative reaction—and the defense of Israel as a“Jewish State ”or“ Zionist State”will be received quite poorly. The exceptions are amongst the Orthodox Jewish and Evangelical C hristian communities. The primary reason for this is that their religion tells them to do so. You can speak about God to these groups (approximately one fourth of America) but do not extend your comments about religion beyond that.
>When asked a direct question, you don’t have to answer it directly. You are in control of what you say and how you say it. Remember, your goal in doing interviews is not only to answer questions—it is to bring persuadable members of the audience to Israel’s side in the conflict.
>A simple rule of thumb is that once you get to the point of repeating the same message over and over again so many times that you think you might get sick—that is just about the time the public will wake up and say “Hey—this person just might be saying something interesting to me!”
>>33352773 The snowden leaks aren't that fresh either. Lots of t hem are 3 or so years old. When was this actually leaked?
>17)K.I.S.S. and tell and tell again and again. A key rule of successful communications is “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. Successful communications is not about being able to recite every fact from the long history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is about pointing out a few core principles of shared values— such as democracy and freedom—and repeating them over and over again.
>>33353044 broke the greentext again >17)K.I.S.S. and tell and tell again and again. A key rule of successful communications is “Keep It Simple, Stupid”. Successful communications is not about being able to recite every fact from the long history of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is about pointing out a few core principles of shared values—such as democracy and freedom—and repeating them over and over again.
>21)Concede a point. >Look for opportunities in every TV debate or interview to concede a point to the interviewer or debate partner. It doesn’t have to be a major point. The point isn’t to undermine some essential plank of Israel’s foreign policy platform. But the simple words “you make a good point” do wonders among an audience. >22)Never, never, NEVER speak in declarative statements. Never.Americans and Europeans think in shades of gray–especially when it comes to conflict in the Middle East. They believe both sides are to blame, both sides are responsible for making sacrifices for peace, and both sides do have a positive story to tell. So every time you say “every,” totally,”“always,” “never,”or the like, the reaction is immediate and negative.Soften the tone just a little bit and you’ll keep them tuned in.
>>33353089 this AIPAC isn't the Israeli government either. If they were israeli government, they would have to register as a foreign agent - they don't.
>>33353044 So to your tinfoil logic it is the jews that make our media show pictures of mutilated gaza children - cut to israel artillery firing - cut to burka lady crying her heart out - 24/7 on all channels.
>>33353194 >Looks totally unprofessional. Pictures are distorted or low res, fonts are mixed and the overall design looks attrocious. It's about 60% better than any powerpoint/PDF from snowden that I've seen.
This stuff is real. Thats why this thread is already full of kikes who don't want their handbooks exposed. Just look at the responses. They are all about the appearance and cherry picking something minor. Even though all the stuff mentioned in the pdf is exactly the way the shills act and follows their rhetoric completely. So yeah. Confirmed hasbara book
>And yes, many in the media have an agenda against Israel. However, many more do not. Also, Americans have no love lost for their own media’s lack of bias. Nevertheless, Americans trust the media to report the situation in the Middle East more accurately than either Israel or the Palestinian government. Do not attempt to impeach the credibility of a media report head on. You’ll just end up undermining you own.
>“Israelis and Palestinians both have a RIGHT to...” The more you stress that both sides have equal rights, the better.
>Bottom line:What will happen if we fail to get the world to care about the fact that Israeli parents in southern Israel need to literally dodge rockets when they drive their children to kindergarten in the morning? What will happen if the world allows Iran, the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism, to get nuclear weapons? What will Israel do if bad press causes American citizens to ask our government to turn its back on Israel?
>Never talk about “giving” the Palestinians something. It sounds too paternalistic. Instead, talk about“building”because it suggests a step-by-step, layer-by-layer improvement in conditions.Giving reminds people that you’re in the stronger position and that creates more sympathy for the plight of the Palestinians.
>“Cooperation, collaboration, and compromise”: This is how Americans believe the conflict must be solved. When you give a little, you get a lot.
we should be calling hamas rocket fire "random". see:
>“Deliberately firing rockets into civilian communities”:Combine terrorist motive with civilian visuals and you have the perfect illustration of what Israel faced in Gaza and Lebanon.Especially with regard to rocket attacks but useful for any kind of terrorist attack,deliberate is the right word to use to call out the intent behind the attacks. This is far more powerful than describing the attacks as “random.”
>>33353654 >“Economic Diplomacy”:This is a much more embracing and popular term than the current lexicon of“sanctions.”It has appeal across the political spectrum: the tough economic approach appeals to Republicans, and the diplomacy component satisfies Democrats.
>>33353542 I would use the phrase "a victim of propaganda" rather than "a victim of brainwashing".
>“Economic Prosperity”: Whenever Israel talks about the “economic prosperity”of the Palestinians, it puts Israel in the most positive light possible. After all, who can disagree?
>“Equal rights”:Emphasize that Jewish Israelis and Arab Israelis enjoy equal rights and equal protections under the law in Israel. But don’t stop there:“The tragedy is that Palestinians have far less rights under their government than Israeli Arabs have under ours.”
>Humanize Rockets:Paint a vivid picture of what life is like in Israeli communities that are vulnerable to attack. Yes, cite the number of rocket attacks that have occurred. But immediately follow that up with what it is like to make the nightly trek to the bomb shelter.
>“Militant Islam”:This is the best term to describe the terrorist movement. Avoid Bush era sounding terms like “Islamo-fascism.
>“Nobody has to leave their homes”:This is the most winning phrase in the lexicon of settlements. Use the principle of mutuality to explain that just as Arab Israelis are not expected to move out of their homes in Israel, Jews in a new Palestinian state should be allowed to stay in their homes, too.
I need to take a break to go vomit or something. I left off on pg21
>>33353582 it has everything to do. When israel claims to be fighting only terrorists you call them out on their bullshit as should the whole world.
The sooner Americans realize that Israel is NOT their ally and that the fight against terrorism is a farce, then the sooner the whole world will start to wake up from their Zionist inflicted nightmare.
I honestly believe this is America's responsibility to both itself and the world, you people MUST do away with the Zog shakles as soon as possible, there cannot be a compromise here, if the world is to be free and nations self-determined then the ZOG must be left powerless.
And in this case Its The United States who are the ZOGs biggest weapon.
Yeah, that's what I mean. They spend a lot of money studying and doing polls to see what helps them and what hurts them.
>When talking about a Palestinian partner, it is essential to distinguish between Hamas and everyone else.Only the most anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian American expects Israel to negotiate with Hamas, so you have to be clear that you are seeking a“moderate Palestinian partner.”
>The fight is over IDEOLOGY–not land; terror, not territory. Thus, you must avoid using Israel’s religious claims to land as a reason why Israel should not give up land. Such claims only make Israel look extremist to people who are not religious Christians or Jews. badgoynote: this might be effective in places like China.... telling people that the Israelis are killing Palestinians because of a nearly 2000 year old prophesy that "the temple will be rebuilt"
I still haven't taken my break yet; going now before I die of information overload... pg27
>>33354344 Bullshit. Israel's biggest supporters are ALL fucking jews or christians. FACT. So either literally every single christian on Earth is wrong about masturbating over their adopted god's "chosen ones", or you're retarded.
>>33354388 >Leaflet droppings, facebook page, reddit entries, twitter trending, cryptic image bombing on instagram... that sort of thing. What do you think the "Gaza thread #250" is all about? It has lots of premade images you can print out, put on jewbook/reddit/twitter/instagram. None of them mention 4chan or nazism, so they're perfectly "cryptic".
>>33354568 Because the Jews, Zionists, and Good Goys that run the news universally speak English, not Hebrew. This same criticism was made in the thread that got 404'd by slide.
Let's not out-propaganda the propagandists. Just inform friends, family, anyone who will listen that there are people out there looking to deceive them (over Israel and so much else), and just to be cognizant of propaganda in practice everywhere we look.
Also buy some portable rolls of tinfoil, for when you've converted those close to you. None of us our safe.
>>33354454 >So either literally every single christian on Earth is wrong about masturbating over their adopted god's "chosen ones"
They are, I heard this gem from a christian
>"Israel has not been expanding, they're just reclaiming their ancient lands" Even if that were the case. it's fucking sick that you'd support them "getting their land back" through slaughtering civilians and driving people from their homes, people who have been there for generations... >b...but the land is theirs No it isn't. >Yes it is friend, read the bible, you've read a thousand encyclopedias but you've not read the bible.
I gave up right then and there, I shouldn't have but I think I was getting anywhere with this one, maybe i'll red pill him later.
It's real all right... written by the same guy who gave us... >Job creators >death tax >border babies >etc.......................... I think he even created "weapons of mass destruction" >His book.... Words That Work, It’s Not What You Say it’s What People Hear
Aaron Swartz wrote a good blog post about him in 2005 >http://www.aaronsw.com/weblog/001599
>>33354539 Israel is losing support because as a new generation and new times dawn on us. They master the techniques, the outlets, the media, but their message hasn't changed. The view hasn't changed, the pictures haven't, it is obvious which side holds the cards and which one is desperate because of a lack of options or serious diplomatic options. >protip it isn't Israel
Peace could be achieved in a moment in the middle east, the Palestinian people, Gaza, the West Bank, it all could be solved simply. If the Israelis would be willing to start with basic and REAL, DELIVERED, FOLLOWED THRU, concessions, starting with the settlements. As long as the Israeli government refuses to deal with this issue and show more compassion or any willingness to work REGARDLESS of the current government. Yes this will mean major military operations hindered, but the word as of late in the media is that Israeli's can live with rockets but not the tunnels.
Ironic how the strong military might of Israel is fine fighting a chained dog, but terrified of a Vietnam scenario which it is multiples worst than. With tunnels and random attacks, collusion and collaboration with the African's and legal Arabs in the country who still get the shit side of legal benefits and any sort of representation or rights.
They simply offer them an allusion of choice, us or them. Yes or no. Take it or leave it, and the whole thing gets more muddled when you back into the history of it, 48, 67, 73, 82, 03, 08, now.
I think people just want the fuck out of a place where the "lesser of two evils", is clearly and visibly still evil.
>>33352931 >A simple rule of thumb is that once you get to the point of repeating the same message over and over again so many times that you think you might get sick—that is just about the time the public will wake up and say “Hey—this person just might be saying something interesting to me!”
>This is what propagandists actually believe
It's probably entirely true too... I always somehow like to think that I'm the target audience, but this is obviously just a general ploy to scrape up the retards and build support based on numbers. 2 idiots are lowder than 1 rational thinker. We're all fucked.
>>33352477 Direct quote from that Hasbara manual to slander Palestinians:
>We may disagree about politics and we may disagree about economics. But there is one fundamental principle that all peoples from all parts of the globe will agree on: civilized people do not target innocent women and children for death.
>>33352477 from the talking points: >“Israel made painful sacrifices and took a risk to give peace a chance. They voluntarily removed over 9,000 settlers from Gaza and parts of the West Bank, abandoning homes, schools, businesses, and places of worship in the hopes of renewing the peace process.”
This manual is basically an instruction in why you need to brush up on your logic and understanding of fallacies. Rhetoric has always been powerful and in an era where anyone with enough shekels can buy endless airtime, it helps to always keep your cool.
You guys are retarded if you think this is publication is at all noteworthy. Governments have been interested in whipping up support for wars for thousands of years. Frankly this one is pretty mild compared to other cases as it mostly focuses on provoking sympathy.
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