Thursday, December 17, 2009

A Reader can learn a great deal from the party-line as to what we can expect our government to do

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I have said this before; I like to get the kosher-party-line first, before I try to find out what is actually going on in the world. Not only is the kosher-party-line virtually all Western civilization ever hears, a savvy reader can learn a great deal from the kosher-party-line as to what we can expect our government to do.

Yet another really good source for the kosher-party-line gospel is London based, The Times. Much like virtually all of the other major Western news media, The Times is a Jewish owned and operated company. But I think it is really one of the best illustrations of Jewish media control and ownership in history.

Much like the before referenced Washington Post, The New York Times, UK’s The Times is Jewish owned. It is owned by the media conglomerate, News Corporation which was founded and is currently headed by the Jewish Rupert Murdoch. Calling News Corporation a media conglomerate is really a gross understatement. This multibillion dollar media empire is the second largest in the world (only slightly behind the Jewish owned The Walt Disney Company, that one chaired by the Jewish Bob Iger). Rupert Murdoch is one of the most powerful Jews in the world! Go to the News Corp. website and just click through the various divisions (film, television, etc). Believe me, News Corp pumps the kosher-party-line poison across the globe! And it is The Times that carries the poison through parts of Europe.

So we recently learn from Murdoch’s The Times some extremely alarming news. The article is called Secret document exposes Iran’s nuclear trigger. A trigger for a nuclear bomb? Yikes! Double gasp!!

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