• @[email protected]
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    2 months ago

    The papers in the UK are run by an evil man called Murdoch. A few years ago a media storm was created to get discredit the Labour leader Corbyn. He was left, like actually left not centre left and a threat to the rich people.

    Obviously he was unliked by Murdoch and the elite so he had to go. Conveniently it’s very easy to call someone anti-Semite and anyone that defends someone called an anti-semite is also an anti-semite and this was used heavily, very heavily to prevent Corbyn winning the election. This got picked up by the public and celebrities and became a big, big thing in the UK. Even a photo of him protesting against apartheid when he was younger was made to make him look racist.

    The conservatives obviously loved this.

    The conservates are on the edge of being annihilated in the election this year. It’s on track to be the worst ever, some people even saying it could be the end of the party.

    Because of this and the spin games used by Murdoch and the conservates (out right liars) labour is playing the cleanest campaign possible and trying to not be in the news at all. That’s the reason labour are so quiet on this Jewish ran government commiting crimes against humanity.

    The last labour PM said before he got in he had to go sit down with Murdoch directly and ask if he was going to allow him to win, Murdoch had a chat about some stuff then agreed to not ruin his chances. That was 2 decades ago.

    • The Snark Urge
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      72 months ago

      News magnates are an oddly consistent threat to election integrity. Despite its foibles, I think public nonprofit broadcasting outfits should be the main way news happens. PBS, NPR, and the BBC are decent models.