In his attempt to deconstruct Mark Perry's Foreign Policy piece, Rafael Frankel overlooks the fact that quality writing on covert government action often relies on unnamed sources, and, through reductive means, glosses over the undeniable influence of the Israel lobby on U.S. policy. By Mitchell Plitnick In his criticism of Mark Perry's Foreign Policy article, False Flag¸ ex-journalist Rafael Frankel demonstrates how disturbing Perry's article was for many. But Frankel's criticism of the piece fails to demonstrate any more than that. Frankel's main problem with Perry's piece is that it was based on information Perry gathered from anonymous sources. According…Read More... | 7 Comments
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