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‘Hon-shilton’ (capital-rule) – an ecosystem of cronyism?

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Published: 7 February 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Fighting for the spoils: the real lesson of the Netanyahu newspaper scandal – Asher Schechter – Haaretz 06.02.17
‘The real significance of the story isn’t Netanyahu’s corruption, but the fact that it lays bare the power structure of Israeli society.’ Israeli policies largely stem from the workings of a political economy in which ideas and principles have become subservient to economic interests, with various oligarchic interests masquerading as right and left while they divide the spoils – often with the help of corporate media outlets linked to conglomerates and monopolies.

And see: Questions Netanyahu needs to answer; James Packer caught in middle January 31, 2017


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