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  • ross1948 7:15 am on September 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Oz Media’s Navel-Gazing Hypocrisy 


    Much ado about a 7NEWS reporter injured at the protest in Melbourne’ CBD, and of course the journalist should not have been assaulted.

    But it’s the sheer hypocrisy of the so-called ‘mainstream’ media that merits mention.

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    I’m watching an ABC blonde bint now, and her tax-funded channel comrades have been discussing disapprovingly what befell the 7NEWS man.

    Naturally – it’s news!

    BUT…

    What did they say when a member of the Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini’s team was brutalised?

    We not long ago covered how Victoria State Police resorted to police-state tactics…

    Melbourne Cops? Better Call ‘Em Storm-Troops!

    But how many mainstream hacks gave a tinker’s cuss about, or even let their readers know about, what happened THEN?

     

    NB – some crummy cop even menaced his right to do his job..

    ‘Avi is starting to become a bit more problematic. So we might need to look at what Avil’s role is here in the moment.’

    Double standards!

     

     
  • ross1948 4:50 pm on May 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Spain’s Left Regime Gags Media – Not A Peep From Pinkos 


    Zoltan Kovacs writes in English as well as anyone…

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    Zoltan Kovacs

    …so I am offering his startling exposure of left/liberal indifference to the Spanish government’s Left authoritarianism just as it is…

    http://abouthungary.hu/blog/spain-is-imposing-strict-controls-on-information-but-wheres-the-outcry/

    …with no need for comment on my part.

    I have added a few pictorials, to avoid a long unbroken column of print!

    Spain is imposing strict controls on information, but where’s the outcry?
    Press is reporting today that the government of Spain will impose controls on information distributed to the public.

    The European Post writes that the country’s security forces have announced their intention to control public information “in order to minimize this critical climate aimed at the government’s action.”

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    The government of Spain is led by the Socialist Workers’ Party in coalition with the far-left Unidos Podemos.

    Now, don’t get me wrong.

    I wouldn’t criticize another EU government for taking measures it considers necessary to protect the population during the coronavirus pandemic. The story caught my eye, though, because I’m curious whether we’ll hear an outcry from those others.

    You know the ones.

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    When the Hungarian Parliament passed a law to allow for extraordinary measures to fight the coronavirus, including sanctions against spreading false or distorted information that could hinder efforts to protect the population during the pandemic…

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    …the press freedom warriors, human rights crusaders and liberal members of the European establishment and media tripped over each other to raise the alarm that press freedom is under threat (again) in Hungary.

    “Hungarian journalists could end up spending several years in jail,” they cried.

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    I’m wondering if Reporters Without Borders, Project Syndicate, or German public TV broadcaster ZDF are worried about freedom of the press in Spain.

    Will Reporters Without Borders (aka RSF) fret about “a full-blown information police state” in Spain as it did in Hungary.

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    The Soros-funded RSF claimed — falsely — that Hungary’s “new law allows the government to exercise direct control over newsrooms that are not toeing its line in their reporting.”

    Just curious: what impact does RSF think the new rules in Spain will have?

    Soros’s Project Syndicate claimed that Hungary’s “new law endangers the lives of many Hungarians by empowering the government to limit drastically information about the management of the virus.”

    I guess they must be quite concerned about Spain.

    Over the weekend German public media ZDF’s Oliver Welke compared PM Orbán to the gruesome Hannibal Lecter over the rules against scaremongering and the spreading of false information.

    In spite of the clearly harsh measures in the new Spanish rules, I hope ZDF extends a little more respect to Prime Minister Sanchez.

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    I’m also wondering about the coalition of international press freedom and journalist organizations that carried out a press freedom mission to Hungary last November and who seemed very, very worried about our new law.

    I’m talking about the International Press Institute, the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom…

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    European Centre for Press and Media Freedom – United For Media Freedom

    ….the Committee to Protect Journalists, Article 19, RSF, and the European Federation of Journalists (many of them Soros-funded).

    I’m wondering if they’re booking their flights for an upcoming press freedom mission to Spain.

    I haven’t heard any news on that front yet, but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time!

     
    • Tally Armstrong 6:30 pm on May 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Reading your blog is a constant learning process.
      For example, while it was always obvious that RSF were Sorosoid, I had no idea the same goes for Project Syndicate. Thanks, and thanks to Mr. Kovacs too.

      I lived in Spain for years. The Left there are still fighting the Civil War.
      I expect the Spanish government, as it says above a coalition of Left and Far Left, are going to use this law against Vox.
      Leftists hate free speech and are always looking for ways to silence non-left voices.

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  • ross1948 11:03 pm on June 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: acid joke, , jo brand, Media double standards, monkey joke,   

    BBC -Monkey Jokes Get You Fired, Acid Attack Jokes? No Prob! 


    It was only weeks ago that a comedian whose name I can’t even remember was purged by the BBC  Humour Commissars for a joke in which a monkey pic was prominent.

    BBC Panders To Pinko Pukes, Fires Man Over ‘Monkey’ Joke! 

    It was not an outstandingly funny joke, but it had all manner of uptight ‘racism’ whiners…

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    racist

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    ….and pinko creeps, shrilly throwing tantrums.

    So out the door with the poor joker for his poor joke.

    But when an ugly ( and often un-funny) fanatical socialist ‘comedienne’ chunders out a ‘joke’ about throwing acid at people she ‘hates?’

    Well, yes I would say that but that’s because certain unpleasant characters are being thrown to the fore and they’re very, very easy to hate…

    Image result for jo brand

    hate media.

    ….and I’m kind of thinking: ‘Why bother with a milkshake when you could get some battery acid?’

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    Does Jo Brand get dumped by the BBC!?

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    kidding

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    NO WORRIES!

    It’s just a ‘joke’ and Nigel Farage should curb his indignation.

    One expects no better from Brand, BUT…

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    But the biased bigots of the BBC?

    Their double standards show them up for what they are!

     

     

     
    • Mack the Knife 1:03 am on June 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I never heard her anytime or any place so I don’t know if she can be funny or not.
      You are right though about her appearance.
      What an ugly old thing she is!

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    • Sarah Jones 2:59 am on June 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Not that I disagree with what you say about the BBC, they have their leftwing agenda and no longer try hard to hide it, but the true villains in this story are successive Conservative governments who could have at least made moves to privatise.
      Mrs. Thatcher fiddled with reforming it by appointing a BBC chairman, I think it was, but that didn’t work.
      Since then, we had Major and Cameron and the hapless May. They let down many of the people who voted Tory in hopes of democratision or privatisation.
      By democratisation, I mean what I think you once proposed yourself, giving every license holder a vote in electing the board of governors and making sure that an elected board was active in preventing editorial bias.

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