December 21, 2005

Buying good press -&- Paris riots caused by poverty

One thing just leads to another ...

In Reply to: Re: Saudi Prince Gives Millions to Harvard and Georgetown posted by Sandra Norris -- Buying Fox News By Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld and Alyssa A. Lappen, December 13, 2005

Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal boasted in Dubai earlier this week about his ability to change the news content that viewers around the world see on television.

In early September 2005, Bin Talal bought 5.46% of voting shares in News Corp. .....the world's leading newspaper publisher in English. .... 175 newspapers, .... owns and operates an international collection of TV outlets, radio stations, magazines, book publishers and film studios.

[. . . . ] Covering the riots in Paris last November, Fox ran a banner saying: "Muslim riots." Bin Talal was not happy. "I picked up the phone and called Murdoch... (and told him) these are not Muslim riots, these are riots out of poverty," he said. "Within 30 minutes, the title was changed from Muslim riots to civil riots."

Riots are caused by poverty, note ... That statement could have come from Toronto, the NDP or the Liberals

You think this could never happen in Canada? Think of the language used when reporting by the gang you fund that dissembles in calling itself "trusted". ..... It is "connected", however, to one political view. That is why Palestinian bombers, jihadis, murderers are not termed "terrorists" by our liberally connected Pravda . . . aka LibPropOrg.

The subject of influence has enormous implications for Canadians and democracy. There are those who buy influence and network with politicians, some of whom I have mentioned on this site. There are those organizations and people whom our government encourages to influence because some in our government want to change Canada forever; they may have already changed Canada, possibly beyond fixing. They have allowed danger into our home.

Check for the most desperate politician campaigning. Why so desperate? It is illogical for a grown man to be that . . . needy . . . or is it afraid?

PM speaks with forked tongue ..... again

This first excerpt is intended only to whet the appetite for the whole article. Definitely worth reading and particularly so, if you are Jewish. Canadians must wake up to what is going on ... or is it too late?

Warren Kinsella: November 18, 2005 - Interesting news release, which I pass on for your consideration: "Prime Minister Paul Martin is no friend of Israel" Opinion, Alastair Gordon, November 18, 2005 - Toronto

Prime Minister Paul Martin is no friend of Israel. Even by the standards of politics, Paul Martin's willingness to lie to a Jewish audience, especially when it is certain that he will be caught out a few days later, beggars the imagination.

On November 13, Paul Martin spoke to an overwhelmingly Jewish audience at the General Assembly of the United Jewish Communities (UJC) in Toronto. He said [ view video ]:

[. . . . ] Canada voted against Israel 5 out of 6 times on that year's first batch of "politicized anti-Israel resolutions", including one declaring that Israel has no legal, jurisdictional or administrative rights to any part of Jerusalem.

Is there a pattern here? Thunder with indignation before a Jewish audience as if the travesty is someone else's doing, and then continue the anti-Israel agenda unchanged. It worked in 2004, so why not try it again in 2005? [. . . . ]


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