hristopher Bollyn is an investigative journalist who has written extensively on the events of September 11, 2001 in the Washington-based American Free Press. He has researched different aspects of the 9/11 attacks and uncovered facts and evidence that challenge the official version of events. tried to smear Bollyn as an ?anti-Semite? in order to discredit him and diminish the significance of his work. At the helm of both organizations, the ADL and Fox News, is an Australian-born Zionist named Keith Rupert Murdoch.
Murdoch ?became an American citizen for business reasons,? according to Richard H. Curtiss, editor of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs. Keith Rupert was born in Melbourne, Australia, on March 11, 1931. ?Rupert?s father, Sir Keith Murdoch, was a newspaper publisher, and his mother an Orthodox Jew,? Curtiss wrote, ?although Murdoch never offers that information in his biographies.?
Murdoch?s father married Elisabeth Joy Greene, daughter of Rupert Greene in 1928. They had one son, Keith Rupert and three daughters. Later in life, Keith Rupert chose to use Rupert, the first name of his Jewish maternal grandfather.
The young Keith Rupert was educated at Australia?s fashionable Geelong private school, and went on to the elitist and aristocratic Oxford University in England, according to Candour (UK) magazine.
?Rupert?s father Sir Keith Murdoch attained his prominent position in Australian society through a fortuitous marriage to the daughter of a wealthy Jewish family, n?e Elisabeth Joy Greene. Through his wife?s connections, Keith Murdoch was subsequently promoted from reporter to chairman of the British-owned newspaper where he worked. There was enough money to buy himself a knighthood of the British realm, two newspapers in Adelaide, South Australia, and a radio station in a faraway mining town,? Candour wrote in 1984. ?For some reason, Murdoch has always tried to hide the fact that his pious mother brought him up as a Jew.?
While Murdoch may have ?tried to hide? his Jewish roots, he has been quite forthright about his support for extreme right-wing Zionists, such as Benjamin Netanyahu and Ariel Sharon.
Netanyahu, who wrote a book entitled The War on Terror: How the West Can Win in 1986, is a frequent commentator on Murdoch?s Fox News.
Murdoch?s support for Zionism extremists is well known and a matter of record. As New York Governor George Pataki said, ?There is no newspaper in the U.S. more supportive of Israel than the [Murdoch?s] New York Post.?