Saturday, May 2, 2015

The Invisible Woman: Dorothy Thompson Didn't "Quake in Fear"



  • Obama quoted her inspirational words about "the exercise of liberty" at the White House correspondents' dinner.
  • She was an early critic of the Nazis and the first reporter to be expelled by Hitler.
  • She was the second most admired woman in the US after Eleanor Roosevelt.
  • She was the model for the Katharine Hepburn character in "Woman of the Year."
  • She was one of the most respected and celebrated 20th-century American journalists, male or female.
  • She was married to well-known American author Sinclair Lewis.
  • She is a "fascinating woman who deserves to be an icon of the feminist movement." Yet today she is "unknown and unremembered... rarely, if ever, mentioned as an important female historical figure." 
To see why you've never heard of her (I hadn't until about a month ago, and it's the same reason so much else has been, and still is, deliberately hidden from us), read the post linked below, from Mondoweiss.

And, without fear, think about it.

Let's see which fearless American media outlets distribute and show the upcoming documentary, "The Silencing of Dorothy Thompson."


Dorothy Thompson

Obama's role model to journalists -- Dorothy Thompson -- turned on Zionism and saw her career tank

"There’s a supreme irony in Obama quoting Thompson, whose truly stellar career ended in charges of antisemitism from Zionists, to a crowd of journalists who quake in fear of having their careers destroyed by Israel supporters..."
There’s a supreme irony in Obama quoting Thompson, whose truly stellar career ended in charges of antisemitism from Zionists, to a crowd of journalists who quake in fear of having their careers destroyed by Israel supporters who more recently smeared - See more at: http://mondoweiss.net/2015/04/journalists-thompson-silenced#sthash.UlByT1DK.dpuf

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