Comments on: Murdoch vs. parliament: No curtain call yet Where media and technology meet Wed, 16 Nov 2016 08:48:25 +0000 hourly 1 By: Lightharry Thu, 21 Jul 2011 17:39:12 +0000 Murdock controls the direction for the US, UK and AUS. On both sides of the Atlantic he decides who get into office and who stays out. Both the US and UK are acting like sheep when he calls.

By: Darnoc Wed, 20 Jul 2011 16:17:00 +0000 The media have already made democracy impossible by brainwashing the already badly informed public everywhere. Our fate is in the hands of heartless defenders of a brutal economic system that ignores the needs of humanity. The critics are denounced as very dangerous socialists now. No Obama can save us anymore!

By: ApostasyUSA Tue, 19 Jul 2011 21:45:29 +0000 So no one at News Corp is taking responsibility? Despite long-running payments to convicted felons and confidential settlements with potential witnesses to the tune of several million pounds?

Does anybody really think that this billionaire is going to have any justice brought upon him? Please. This is a rich mans world. Don’t ever forget it. Look at what happen to the whistleblower, he’s dead now.

Rupert is going to be dead soon and after he’s gone he will be forgotten except by those people who care about ethics in media. For those few people he will be regarded as what evil looks like.

We mustn’t burden ourselves with knowledge of our own complicity in the subverting of truth for profit. We take solace in our right to be ignorant and those that profit from deceit take solace in our desire to be so.

Rupert is someone every American should look up too.

“Republicans originally thought that fox worked for us and now we are discovering is that we work for fox…The thing that sustains a strong Fox Network is the thing that undermines a strong Republican Party.” – David Frum