You write what you told propaganda

Henryk Broder tries again in his usual strange, sarcastic way to act funny, and so to draw attention to certain misery. In the Tagesspiegel he indirectly makes fun of the fact that some journalists are supposedly balanced andpolitically correct to report. Here are some of his 'rules' for balanced reporting:

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Second, when you write about "honor killings", suicide or assassination attacks by Islamic fundamentalists, don't forget to mention that 99.9 percent of all Muslims are peaceful and abhor violence. And if you then ask the question why 99.9 percent cannot cope with the 0.1 percent who are a little violent themselves, then don't be surprised if you are labeled as "Islamophobic".
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Fourth, when you write about welfare abuse, refusals who leave their homes just to pick up the prop, and social workers who drive a Maserati as a company car, don't forget to mention that most welfare recipients love to work and that almost all social workers are idealists who are poorly paid.
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Sixth, if you write about single mothers who have lost track of both the number of their children and the number of fathers, don't forget to mention that they got into such a situation through no fault of their own because the state failed to provide them in good time To educate about contraception and birth control.
Seventh, when you write about the stoning of adulteresses in Iran and public executions in Saudi Arabia, don't forget to mention that it wasn't that long ago that witches were burned and death sentences were publicly carried out in Europe.
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Ninth: When you write about Hamas, how it deals with its political opponents, how it oppresses its own people, executes "traitors" and is remotely controlled by Iran, don't forget to point out that it came to power in "democratic elections" is.
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What does it mean in reverse? That a Muslim in Kiel is jointly responsible if another Muslim beats his wife in Passau because he does not speak out against it in public? That every Muslim in Wuppertal must publicly declare on the marketplace that he has the views Mullah Omar's from Afghanistan does not share? That it should not be mentioned that the vast majority of Muslims do not honor killings (and that honor killings in and of themselves have nothing to do with Islam) and do not support attacks by fanatics? That all welfare recipients like to be welfare recipients? That women are to blame if they have several children and that the state should not intervene to help? That you can point your fingers at other countries while executing people in your own country? That democracies only count if the voters choose a government that the West agrees with and that conforms to our values?

Apparently Dirty Henryk has a problem with journalists differentiating. If it has his way, they should poignantly point out one side of the truth, but hide the other side, so that a whole group of people will be placed under general suspicion. This is what is called in general Incitement & defamation. But that, and much more, is Henryk's daily bread.