Reuters Rotters? Worse Than Even I’d Realised!


I have drawn readers’ attention to Reuters’ shortcomings before..

Reuters Rotters Spread Crimmigrant Sob-Story -Albeit ‘Unverified!’ 

…both in regard to their inaccurate assertions…

No, Reuters Rotters! Crimmigrants CAN Be Deported! 

…and to the unsavoury left intolerance of one of their hacks-in-chief…

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…Luke Baker, Reuters’ Paris Bureau Chief, who claims to know what the rest of us want to have reported.

‘The rhetoric that’s coming out of Poland and Hungary is not what anybody wants to hear.’

Oh Yes It Is!

But thanks to spiked.com and to the Spectator this week, we now know that Reuters is no longer claiming to be merely a news agency but rather an agitprop outfit  in which  ( their own words!)-

 ‘news, media development, free legal assistance and convening initiatives combine our unique services to drive systemic change.’

Drive systemic change?  

Towards what?

The more you read, the clearer it becomes that the direction of their ‘drive’ is LEFT.

And it’s not just talk, but massive investment in cultural marxist propaganda work, viz.

…a report called Only Adults? Good Practices in Legal Gender Recognition for Youth.

The spiked.com piece describes how a huge firm of lawyers named Dentons has collaborated with the Thomson Reuters Foundation and the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Youth and Student Organisation.

Collaboration to what purpose?

This is where it gets truly sick!

The organised pervert gang is working hand in glove with those lawyers and with the rotten Reuters crowd to promote legislative moves…

….to‘allow children to legally change their gender, without adult approval and without needing the approval of any authorities’.

https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/12/04/no-passports-should-not-have-a-third-gender-option/

 

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