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April 22, 2015 3:26 pm

Former NBA Star Tweets Article About Jewish Conspiracy to Control Global Media

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Retired NBA player Keyon Dooling. Photo: Wikipedia.

Retired NBA player Keyon Dooling tweeted a link on Wednesday to a wildly antisemitic article that accuses Jews of seizing control of the world’s media and using it to promote their own interests.

The article, published by an obscure blog in April 2013, highlights six companies it claims are owned by Jews — such as Time Warner, Inc. and the Walt Disney Company – that allegedly “control 96 percent of the world’s media.”  The post includes allegations of “Jewish control” and says Jews are “gobbling up” American newspapers. According to the blog post, Jews control what gets published by news outlets and they also use the press as an “instrument of Jewish policy.”

According to the blog:

The resulting ability of the Jews to use the press as an unopposed instrument of Jewish policy could hardly be better illustrated than by the examples of the nation’s three most prestigious and influential newspapers: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.

The article concludes saying Jews should “certainly not” be allowed to “wield such awesome power” in the media industry.

The page includes three embedded YouTube videos showing anti-Israel researcher Adrian Salbuchi speaking out against the Jewish state. He refers to the Holocaust as a “guilt generation machine” that “translates into unconditional support” for Israel, and accuses Israel of antisemitism.

Dooling retired from the NBA in 2013 after a 13-year career that saw him guard for the Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, and Memphis Grizzlies, among others. He has 43,900 followers on Twitter.

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