Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Good job, PBS!

America's Public Broadcasting Service TV or PBS had an excellent program on Neda's death tonight that was shown here in North America. The entire video/show is also available on PBS. But if you can't access their website, here is the show in 4 parts via YouTube.com:

Part 1 -|- Part 2 -|- Part 3 -|- Part 4 -|- Part 5

Update: I am told that the Iranian regime stooge in London, UK, Nader Mokhtari who appeared in this documentary had been paid for his appearance since PBS did not want to sound biased. It's sick!

4 comments:

Louise said...

Thank you for posting that, Winston.

Arash said...

What is it with the media trying to appear "unbiased" against the Mullah regime? If they had done the same thing during the era of Apartheid, there would have been an international outcry.

Arash

Rosemary said...

I wonder how many Christians and Jews from Iran they would interview if they did an article on AD? Oh, that's right. NONE.

Thanks for the heads-up. I don't watch PBS because of their bias and lack of facts. Have a great day.

Winston said...

@Arash

Imagine if they had tried to appear unbiased against Nazis and Stalin. Times have changed and things have changed drastically. It is awful how they legitimize the criminals of Tehran by giving them air time on western media outlets.