We have picked up on the bias engrained in Euronews before, engrained and unchecked by its ‘commitment’ to objective reporting.
That biased bint has not been disciplined, much less dismissed, despite injecting her own sarcastic anti-Western prejudice into that was supposed to be an impartial report on the Middle East.
By chance, EUOBserver this week revealed how much EUSSR cash – YOUR cash, if you’re a Brit or citizen of any other subjugated province of the Brussels Empire – has been splurged on this Pravda-esque project already.
No less than TWENTY FIVE million Euros!
And that’s just last year’s largesse.
That figure emerged in a report on the station’s peculiar money-raising methods.
But interestingly, there are grounds for hope, though EUObs doesn’t look at it that way.
On 26 February, it said it is in exclusive talks with Naguib Sawiris for a €35 million capital injection in return for a 53 percent stake.
No wonder Islamists hate him – he appreciates women who look like women! If Sawiris’ political judgement is as smart as his taste in ladies, he should be a winner!.
- The 60-year old Copt is Egypt’s third richest man, with a personal fortune of some $3 billion. He is chairman of the Orascom telecom group, Egypt’s largest private employer, and owns two Egyptian TV channels, ONTV and ONTV Live.
He’s also a politician. He’s a vocal critic of the Muslim Brotherhood. ..https://euobserver.com/news/128098
And so he should be, if he’s a Copt.
The Muslim Brotherhood is a menace, to Copts especially but to religious liberty in general.
Egypt’s Christians, despite the overthrow of the savage sectarian regime of Morsi, are still victims of primitive Islamist barbarism. We saw that only last week. Minya church commemorating beheaded Egyptians attacked Daily News Egypt-29 Mar 2015
And Sawiris himself was threatened with one of those cretinous kangaroo courts. Egypt businessman Naguib Sawiris faces blasphemy trial … 9 Jan 2012 – Egyptian Christian billionaire Naguib Sawiris is to face a blasphemy trial over a tweet of Mickey and Minnie Mouse in conservative Islamic attire…
The Egyptian billionaire says he’s not interested in using his potential stake to influence news coverage.
But if Sawiris’ millions can bring the anti-Western elements in Euronews to heel, so much the better. He certainly has a sensible outlook. He is quoted in the FT as saying he believes more in an eye for an eye than in turning the other cheek.
With barbarous enemies like the MB, that’s the only way forward. Pity Obama doesn’t share this wise attitude!