Zionists do not like to get censored by zionists….. the video was pulled as part of an orchestrated anti-Israel campaign that Youtube has cooperated with. (that gave me the best laugh I had in weeks….Youtube cooperating in an anti-Israel campaign??)

Carolyn Glick, one of the producers of the vile video in question is also one of the Managing Editors of the Jerusalem Post…. one would not expect a  person in her position to publicly display the lunacy that she is on her personal Weblog…

Linking to the video gets you the following message:

This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Warner/ Chappell Music, Inc. .

Yet Carolyn Glick is ranting on on her blog boasting that friends of her’s have uploaded the video on other video hosting sites and urges all to continue to spread it! She claims that the video was pulled as part of an orchestrated anti-Israel campaign that Youtube has cooperated with. But never fear, the intrepid Glick chimes, “If someone is in fact trying to silence our voices, they will soon discover that they are messing with the wrong Jews”. Post on she urges! We will not be silenced!

Let’s take a look at  how the Copyright Laws work….

Let’s go through the facts on the song “We are the World”. The copyright to the song belongs to the Michael Jackson Estate and Lionel Richie, not Warner. Warner is Lionel Richie’s agent entrusted with protecting the copyright of their client.

The song “We are the World” was recently remade to raise funds Haiti. A non-profit foundation has been established, the We Are The World Foundation. Lionel Richie sits on the board of that foundation, as does Quincy Jones. the song “We are the World” as it has been remade with the permission of the copyright holders, the Michael Jackson Estate and Lionel Richie is being used as it was originally intended, to raise funds for a cause. The foundation as formed did not get permission from Warner to remake the song, they got the permission from the estate of Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie: (watch the remake HERE)

So, bottom line is…. did these zionists try to ‘Con the World’ as their ‘song’ suggests or are they trying to once again show all of us that they have no regard for International Laws, including those covered by the Copyright Commission.

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1 Comment

  1. Robin said,

    June 15, 2010 at 17:12

    From the Warner Music website:

    I want to use a song by a Warner Music Group artist in my project. How do I obtain the necessary rights?

    If you are interested in using the actual sound recording by an artist on a WMG record label, a good place to start is by calling our licensing division at Rhino Entertainment (818) 238-6100. If you are interested in using a musical composition that is published or administered by our music publishing company, Warner/Chappell Music, you should visit the Warner/Chappell web site where you will find a useful song search tool as well as tools to request mechanical and print license

    what is a musical composition?

    The music itself-the notes

    Going there…………..what is a copyright?

    What is copyright?
    As stated on the U.S. Library of Congress website (

    Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States (title 17, U.S. Code) to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. This protection is available to both published and unpublished works. Section 106 of the 1976 Copyright Act generally gives the owner of copyright the exclusive right to do and to authorize others to do the following:
    To reproduce the work in copies or phonorecords;
    To prepare derivative works based upon the work;

    BNGO: what is a derivative work?

    A derivative work pertaining to copyright law, is an expressive creation that includes major, copyright-protected elements of an original, previously created first work.

    Who holds the rights to all derivative works?

    Only the owner of copyright in a work has the right to pre- pare, or to authorize someone else to create, a new version of that work. The owner is generally the author or someone who has obtained rights from the author.

    Anyone interested in a work who does not know the copyright owner can search the records of the Copyright Office or ask the Office to conduct a search for an hourly fee.

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