Behind the words of an Israeli government spokesman

Alex Nunns removes PR waffle to reveal the painful truth of recent Israeli attacks on Gaza's hospitals and children

July 29, 2014 · 1 min read

Alex says he produced this edited video using a ‘Truth Rectification Processor, so the words of Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev have been filtered through a complex algorithm that strips away lies.’

He explains how this works, including the sources here.

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