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Stay in the dark - FoxNews

It is the 13th of December, 2010. As I write this, we are in the middle of the Wikileaks explosion, perhaps the greatest news story of our times.  Do you know how many links there are to stories about it on the frontpage of FoxNews today. None! Not a sausage! It's as if it didn't happen. This is very 1984.

Fox is a mouthpiece for the totally ruthless Rupert Murdoch, and currently promulgates a strongly biased Neocon/republican line. Fox bias is well recognized, but for it to ignore a news story like this is amazing. There was one link, to a negative article about the leak yesterday, on the 12th. There are hundreds of links on the Fox front page, and the link was a small one, about one twentieth the size of the adjacent world shattering article about celebrity diets.

Stay in the dark, read Fox news.

Rupert, I am glad to say is an ex-Australian, and is notorious for using his influence in politics. Leant it from his dad. Sarah Palin is the current pinup girl for Fox and Rupert. She is his candidate. A vote for Palin is a vote for Murdoch.


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WikiLeaks - search for on Google, 'cause it moves!
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*The Times was removed because much of it has gone subscription.

*Amazon search has been removed because they scuttled wikileaks