What else could it possibly be called? That PBS has made the decision to insulate the American people from the realities of what moderate Muslims in America are saying and what civilization is up against when it comes to the Global War On Terror (that’s what I call it), the PBS network is doing a dis-service to this country in the very least, while aiding those who would wish us dead. PBS has yanked the airing of “Islam vs. Islamists” from a series that begins airing next week.
The producer of a tax-financed documentary on Islamic extremism claims his film has been dropped for political reasons from a television series that airs next week on more than 300 PBS stations nationwide.
And that wasn’t the half of it.
Martyn Burke says that the Public Broadcasting Service and project managers at station WETA in Washington, D.C., excluded his documentary, Islam vs. Islamists, from the series America at a Crossroads after he refused to fire two co-producers affiliated with a conservative think tank.
“I was ordered to fire my two partners (who brought me into this project) on political grounds,” Burke said in a complaint letter to PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which supplied funds for the films.
Talk about an inconvenient truth, PBS needs a extra large dose of it right now. To further the jihadists’ goals by keeping us in the dark, when you have the chance to do otherwise, is disgusting.