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Mr. Brian Murphy

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Post, Globe, AP declare open season on Greeks [cached]

By Brian Murphy, Associated Press

Brian Murphy's November 8th report, ("Anti-American winds building in Greece before Clinton visit") uses Greek security concerns and popular humanitarian opposition to an unjust war as an excuse to bash Greeks.
Murphy uses incendiary language ("unanimous outrage", "feverish", "ang[ry]", "zealots") to berate Greeks as a whole, perpetuate negative ethnic stereotypes, and to condemn what people in democracies are supposed to do -- voice their opposition.
Murphy's superficial and clearly partisan coverage of a complex problem betrays a transparent anti-Hellenic bias that is wholly inappropriate for news organizations of the AP's and The Boston Globe's stature.
Murphy's broad and crude brush strokes painting all Greeks as fanatic, anti-American zealots rises beyond shoddy and biased journalism to resurrect our media's worst tradition of ethnic-bating and yellow journalism.
Murphy disingenuously characterizes Greece's present government as "hyper-nationalis[t]" despite Greece's standing as by far the most progressive, stabilizing and democratic country in the region. Greece, for example, has taken in more Albanian refugees from Kosovo than any other EU country, and its government has taken a regional leadership role in both peace-making and peacekeeping with mature financial and diplomatic incentives.
Murphy selectively reports facts and issues, censoring those that contradict his position.
Murphy takes great pains to argue that Greeks have a "deep antipathy towards the United States" and disingenuously characterizes Clinton's coming visit to Greece as "an opportunity for America-trashing protests on a scale rarely seen in a Western ally."
Finally, Mr. Murphy's disproportionate focus on what is in essence a minor concern for U.S. interests in Greece -- namely, low-level, sporadic and essentially property-targeted terrorism -- is a red herring that not only detracts from the real foreign policy issues our government must address in the region, but hands otherwise inconsequential extremists their biggest victory by magnifying the perception of danger they pose and thus their ability to spread terror.
By Brian Murphy, Associated Press

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