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Post by Shy Ted I’ve just finished Keith Windshuttle’ “The Persecution of George Pell”. Recommended read exposing the criminality and venality of PMs, Premiers, Judges, top cops and detectives and, of course, the media with two journalists in particular exposed … Continue reading
Although there are many woke issues and a culture war is in progress, the biggest concern in that category lies in the transgender area. Just by using the new labels (such as transgender woman, birthing person or cisgender) or preferred … Continue reading
Posted by mh (in the Open Thread) The hunter becomes the hunted BBC Doesn’t Want You To See This: Stew Peters Goes Head-To-Head with BBC, WATCH FULL Interview
Udo Ulfkotte was an international journalist for many years. During the period of his reporting for the German main daily newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), he gained first-hand knowledge of what really took place between various agencies and journalists. He … Continue reading
It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone tuned in to the New World Media that the winner of Time magazine’s 2022 Person of the Year, revealed this week, was the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky. The article that accompanies the … Continue reading
Two countries from Eastern Europe are at war. There are no independent observers. There are narratives being disseminated. Who creates them? Controls them? Manipulates them? In what way is the available data being modified, filtered, blocked or concocted? What is … Continue reading
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, known as CBC/Radio-Canada, is a Canadian public broadcaster for both radio and television, and is funded by the government. It is Canada’s version of our very own ABC.
Newsweek’s deputy opinion editor, Batya Ungar-Sargon, was on CNN’s Reliable Sources with host Brian Stelter to discuss her book Bad News: How Woke Media Is Undermining Democracy. The interview didn’t go quite the way Stelter would have wanted it to … Continue reading