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popchartfreak
post Nov 24 2016, 06:22 PM
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First off, who else but the Mail (Online):

https://twitter.com/johnharris1969/status/801772559410888704

in which the Evil Rag effectively blames Jo Cox and immigrants for her own murder by using a suggestive question.

Gary Lineker (Legend) replies with the answer "To the gutter".

Just to rubbish this nasty piece of propaganda:

1. Council tenants are secure, they only get evicted if they severely break tenancy regulations. Every idiot knows this. Any actual journalist can use google to establish facts.

2. They offer no actual evidence for any fact to support the question even being asked, and Jo Cox wasn't the kind of woman to turn down anyone asking for help.

Mail: a history of being fascist, lying, billionaire distorters of the truth. Seems little has changed since the 30's. Still a family business involved in promoting ultra-right-wing lies.
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post Dec 15 2016, 09:34 PM
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Read the SUN today - the restaurant staff quipped they hadn't got any papers they were afraid.

So on the day Rupert Murdoch saved himself 2.5 billion pounds to take over Sky by devastating the pound in his 20 year campaign of anti EU propaganda. His recent meetings with May trump and farage who all stand to gain from his increasing media power - Radio stations are the latest propaganda outlets to be purchased.

Essentially he has stuffed all politicians that failed to tow the party line. Today the rag has been having leaders criticising southern rail strikes as politically driven and that more rail franchises need to be opened up to competition. Kettle frying pan black arse. Murdoch has his union slaughtering years ago with his own staff. SLIGHT Problem with the suggestion: the current owner of southern is the only bidder for a loss leader franchise that is effectively controlled by the government financially. Other problem all railways are tax payer supported. To go free market would be raise prices by large amounts and hit all those low paid folk that they pretend to care about. Hypocritical lying propagandists?
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post Dec 15 2016, 09:40 PM
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Principally the reason I do not have Sky Television in the house is because of evil billionaire tyrant Rupert Murdoch. Not long until he rots in hell though, so there is hope.
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post Dec 15 2016, 10:24 PM
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QUOTE(Doctor Blind @ Dec 15 2016, 09:40 PM) *
Principally the reason I do not have Sky Television in the house is because of evil billionaire tyrant Rupert Murdoch. Not long until he rots in hell though, so there is hope.

Good principles. Sadly I almost half suspect ol Rupe was an early convict sent to the colonies, he seems so knowledgable on human nature. One almost wonders if he came to an arrangement to live for centuries, which is perhaps why he looks much older than his birth certificate states. He gives the impression of appearing SO unconcerned about Planet Earth turning into a version of hell on Earth some unkind souls might venture it's so he wont have far to travel. Not me of course, though I really cant otherwise wonder why a man facing the grim reaper so imminently is so obsessed with power and riches when he could be using his massive wealth to actually directly help the people his papers and news stations target with bias and fake news for manipulating the gullible and poorly educated.

This is not fake news. Its just a comment leader expressing suggested fantastical notions on media power. Post truth is all the fashion.....

Still, at least he has given Jerry Hall a comfortable retirement. I trust she keeps the light off at night with true love being all she needs to light up her life...
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post Dec 29 2016, 08:32 AM
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So The Sun is using George Michael's death (someone they vilified and hounded) to "get money" for "charities" using George Michael's most-popular song (that will be Careless Whisper which Andrew Ridgeley depends on for income as co-writer) by having a campaign to put pressure on royalties being donated.

1) It's not up the Sun to rewrite whatever is in George's will as regards taking care of his loved ones

2) The cold black dead hearts of the paper driving "good" publicity for themselves in no way forgives what they have done.

3) Plenty of George's songs already give royalties to charity, just publicise those ones.

4) If it were truly about doing what's right, then instead of getting the public to cough up charity cash at the expense of George's loved ones, how about their wonderful boss coughing up 1% of the 2 billion pounds windfall he's had from the drop in the value of the pound (at his paper's 25-year-campaign) that is allowing him dosh to buy out Sky.

5) Oh yes, there's a hacking court case agianst the Sun coming up which they are trying to get delayed until 2018 so they can buy SKY quietly having been turned down previously. Funny how they want to appear charitable (without actually BEING charitable).

Scum.
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post Dec 29 2016, 12:02 PM
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That's without mentioning their vilification of Michael when he dared to release an anti-Iraq war song. Walk That Dog for number one.
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post Dec 29 2016, 01:08 PM
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Hes a legend to me then in that case!
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post Dec 29 2016, 02:04 PM
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QUOTE(popchartfreak @ Dec 29 2016, 08:32 AM) *
So The Sun is using George Michael's death (someone they vilified and hounded) to "get money" for "charities" using George Michael's most-popular song (that will be Careless Whisper which Andrew Ridgeley depends on for income as co-writer) by having a campaign to put pressure on royalties being donated.


If people want to give to charity I'd suggest cancelling your Sky contract with the devil.. sorry subscription and donate one month to charity. Or instead of buying the Sun newspaper, use the money that you would have wasted to send to a worthwhile cause instead.

Pity with all these high profile deaths in 2016 and not one of them is Rupert Murdoch, there's always 2017 though.


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post Dec 29 2016, 03:21 PM
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What age is he now - in his 90s?
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post Dec 29 2016, 06:18 PM
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He's a sprightly 85, having his power-obsessed ambitions to keep him going till he's at least 150. Either that or a painting in his attic. Or a deal with you-know-who.....

Sadly, James Murdoch, having gotten away with overseeing his staff hacking the phones of murdered schoolgirls by saying "I had no idea" (which at the very least means he's completely useless at his job, and at worst stretches credibility beyond belief) is being lined up to take over the clawed, grasping hands of the Evil Empire. Unless the Sun hacking court cases bring new evidence to light.
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post Dec 30 2016, 09:19 AM
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QUOTE(popchartfreak @ Dec 29 2016, 06:18 PM) *
He's a sprightly 85, having his power-obsessed ambitions to keep him going till he's at least 150. Either that or a painting in his attic. Or a deal with you-know-who.....


Only 85? He looks at least 95!
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post Dec 30 2016, 11:08 AM
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QUOTE(popchartfreak @ Dec 29 2016, 07:18 PM) *
He's a sprightly 85, having his power-obsessed ambitions to keep him going till he's at least 150. Either that or a painting in his attic. Or a deal with you-know-who.....

I'm pretty sure Murdoch's paintings don't lie in his attic. At least not those of himself.
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post Dec 30 2016, 11:17 AM
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A real life Mr Burns!!
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post Jan 2 2017, 11:06 PM
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I previously read the Daily Mail's website off and on when I was in the mood for some mindless celebrity gossip, but I stopped because they'd also post tons of sensationalistic stories about violence, murder, and terrorism. I went there again recently; I guess I never noticed there were so right-wing. They're total sycophants for Trump, and I don't want to give them any more web traffic.
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post Jan 2 2017, 11:27 PM
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QUOTE(popchartfreak @ Dec 29 2016, 08:32 AM) *
5) Oh yes, there's a hacking court case agianst the Sun coming up which they are trying to get delayed until 2018 so they can buy SKY quietly having been turned down previously. Funny how they want to appear charitable (without actually BEING charitable).

Scum.


It isn't the company that owns The Sun (News Corp) that is trying to buy Sky, it is the company that owns Fox (Twenty First Century Fox) that is trying to buy it. But both companies have members of the Murdoch family on their boards. Indeed both companies were formed from the original company, also called News Corp.
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post Jan 2 2017, 11:37 PM
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QUOTE(bluesunstorm @ Jan 2 2017, 11:06 PM) *
I previously read the Daily Mail's website off and on when I was in the mood for some mindless celebrity gossip, but I stopped because they'd also post tons of sensationalistic stories about violence, murder, and terrorism. I went there again recently; I guess I never noticed there were so right-wing. They're total sycophants for Trump, and I don't want to give them any more web traffic.


The Mail does not support Trump to my knowledge (unless pro Trump stuff was posted in the online version), one of its writers called Trump 'bigoted' iirc in one of its editorials in the paper version. Not that I agree with most of the stuff in The Mail, I just regularly get the Mail and The Mirror just to see the contrasting viewpoints between the two.
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post Jan 2 2017, 11:46 PM
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QUOTE(The Snake @ Jan 2 2017, 04:37 PM) *
The Mail does not support Trump to my knowledge (unless pro Trump stuff was posted in the online version), one of its writers called Trump 'bigoted' iirc in one of its editorials in the paper version. Not that I agree with most of the stuff in The Mail, I just regularly get the Mail and The Mirror just to see the contrasting viewpoints between the two.

Maybe not. It just came off that way with all the articles I saw of them being critical towards Clinton and the Democratic Party, and finding out to what extent Russia was involved in boosting Trump.


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post Jan 3 2017, 12:38 PM
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That's more to do with Murdoch's meetings with Trump and Murdoch's empire building (a rival of the Mail's billionaire owner) than anything actually to do with morals. Today, frinstance, they are are front-paging some made-up anti-EU/anti-Aid story (which average one every 2 days and have done for years) about a million pounds being given via cashpoint.

Sun meanwhile is frothing at the mouth about the "50m" cost "waste" to the taxpayer of Levenson Part 2 enquiry. For a start it's a lie (part 1 cost 5 million, an absolute bargain considering the corruption that the media had been plying - against the law - for a decade) and for a second start there's the small case of a murder victim who was investigating links to Murdoch's empire and the police, but neither have any assistance to offer. According to Private Eye, who can soon (along with other media) be taken to court and have to pay all costs whether they win or lose the case.

Not often Priavte Eye & the Sun agree, but it will mean any media outlet without billionaires backing it stands to lose shitloads even if what they print is true (and the Eye has recently been found correct in a paedophile accusation it initially was found guilty of printing lies in, and lost money on, but which turned out to be true after all). Millioanires can already bully those sort of media outlets by threatening court action they acnt afford and driving them out of business, and soon anyone will be able to do it...
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post Jan 11 2017, 08:07 AM
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Not necessarily "scummy" but I love the headline to content changes in articles. One I saw today in the Express:

Headline: Integration NOT a two-way street and migrants should be taught to queue, says No 10 tsar

Content: I understand what people are saying when they say integration is a two-way street, of course it is, but only to some degree.

So is it a two-way street or not? laugh.gif
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