Monday, 1 June 2009

Corporate Media Out Of Control

Image - San Suu Kyi. Heroine and fighter for democracy against Burmese army.

Image - Siobhain Butterworth, Guardian editor and smug, leftist bitch whose paper is a disgusting lying rag.

Below are two stories that define just how debased and corrupt the Corporate Media are.

The first is about one of the bravest women in the world, San Suu Kyi of Burma, who is a political prisoner fighting for democracy against the brutal fascist military dictatorship that runs the country.

The original 2,800-word piece by freelances Cathy Scott-Clark and Adrian Levy appeared in The Guardian G2 supplement in November last year and was full of lies and perjoratives regaring the heroic Suu Kyi, who is one of the most famous political prisoners in the world and has spent most of the past 20 years in prison or under house arrest.

It was originally headlined: "Not such a hero after all". But, after a legal complaint, the headline online has been changed to "Can Aung San Suu Kyi lead while captive?"

This article contained 64 errors.

Yes, 64 errors.

It must in reality have been written by a blind, stupid chimp with a club foot for it to have contained so many inaccuracies.

Then we come to the Daily Mail.

The Daily Mail has just paid put £30,000 to three women it printed a story about which was total BS from start to finish.

These are the Corporate Media lie machines that control the minds of the masses.

If they can lie about one of the bravest women in the world is it any wonder they lie about the BNP ?

The corporate media are out of control, just as much as the whore political parties they pimp out are out of control.

The rot in Parliament begins with the lies printed in the Corporate Media.

We will not save our democracy until both the corrupt Corporate Media and their whore politicians are both firmly back under the control of the people.

The Full Guardian apology here ;

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Umm I know the Guradian wouldn't do it - but can we call her a heroine (not hero) please? She is female (if that isn't tautology!)...