[LINK] howard shafts commie journos
foconnor at ozemail.com.au
Mon Oct 16 21:53:59 AEST 2006
Ahhhh ... they're hiding under everybody's bed, aren't they Vic?
Especially yours ... though God knows for what reason. I mean - since
you plagiarise everything else, your performance in the sack must be
Someone expresses an opinion at variance with the government -
they're a communist.
Someone lets out a secret the government doesn't like - they're a communist.
Someone conducts a poll that reveals public opinions the government
doesn't want to surface - they're a communist
Someone uses the Fourth Estate to monitor government performance -
they're a communist.
And monitoring government performance and scandals, Vic ... I mean
even trad bona fide communists discouraged that didn't they (with
their Gulags, and secret police
Come to think of it, I suppose that Fox News is your ideal - provides
you with 'original' opinions, ideas and the like to air to the
devoted masses - and is 'independent and unbiased' as they say.
Personally I think the whole journalistic and media professions have
gone to the dogs (ABC included), and have little sympathy for the ABC
after the spinelessness it has exhibited over the last few years ...
but what the heck, if your budget gets cut to the bone what are you
So, Vic ... In 'Vic world' what is the media supposed to do? Does it
have any role at all. We could use a good laugh old Son ... I mean do
they just act as PR hacks (printing and broadcasting everything
they're fed), do they do searing investigative pieces on dole
bludgers and leftists, do they chase down pensioners living off the
'fat of the land' on their $12000 a year, do they expose how the
commies are taking over and advance Vic Cinc as our own Eugene
McCarthy, do they conceal any 'unsavoury' aspects of our various
politicians dealings, do they uncritically support every government
policy (except of course when the government of the day is a
I'm interested, Vic. What role does the press have in 'Vic World'?
At 7:46 PM +1000 on 16/10/06 you wrote:
>howard comes good yet again, unionist commie pig dogs squeals in pain:
>"STRICT new rules aimed at preventing bias creeping into any ABC
>programs, from children's shows to news and current affairs, have been
>branded unnecessary and demoralising by staff"
>a clear end to the communist abc. maybe a national day of remberance?
>nah waste of time. a monograph marking the occasion on toilet paper
>might be more appropriate.
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