Having some fun with the Guardian’s selective ethnic radar

The pro-Israel blogosphere was not only commenting on the Aug. 7th Guardian story by Paul Lewis with the quite telling reference – later amended per our complaints – to Hasidic Jews which had nothing to do with the story, but, in true CiF Watch tradition, also engaging in some good old-fashioned mockery as well.

A friendly blog decided to illustrate how those not obsessed with Jews see the world vs how the Guardian sees the world. 

The first image footage from a normal video.

And, now here’s the same scene when viewed through the Guardian’s video lens after their Jew-enhancing software is activated.

It’s amazing what ideologically-inspired technology can do these days. 

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