Thursday, July 7, 2011

Murdoch and 7/7

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The sixth anniversary of the false flag of London, 7/7,  becomes the day that the Rupert Murdoch crime syndicate gets a slap in  face and shuts down one of their 'flagship' mind control rags for the masses to try and save themselves some trouble. Hacking the phones of the the 'bereaved relatives of the victims of 7/7'  is only the tip of the iceberg.


Coincidence? Karma? Theater? Maybe the numbers have meaning?


Murdoch has said allegations News Of The World staff hacked phones and paid police were "deplorable and unacceptable".

Note to Rupert: Deplorable is what you are.  It's what you pay your employees to be. It's what you are paid to be. They sad part is that some people actually buy your trash and call it news. But a few less buy it today than they did yesterday.

The empire of lies is falling ... one piece at a time. That's good news.

8 comments:

  1. "The empire of lies is falling ... one piece at a time. That's good news."

    Yes sir, the lies and the criminals spouting those lies are being exposed for the world to see on a daily basis. The lies are so big, so outrageous, their effects are starting to wear off on people. Everyone I know KNOWS they are being lied to, cheated, robbed and otherwise mistreated and abused. Sadly, almost none understand the bigger picture and the scale of the evil we are up against.

    As I've mentioned before, 9/11 is the key in my opinion. 9/11 is the Achilles heel of the criminal Zionist syndicate that controls the US government, media and banking system. We gotta keep hammering that point away. Good stuff Kenny.

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  2. Hey Kenny,...From what I can gather, the whole sordid tale is a ruse to enable "mitochondrial murdoch" the opportunity to slip under the radar of the UKplc Department for Culture, Media and Sport (culture.gov - truly, that's their web address!). Also, the Independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries (ofcom). Hence a manufactured "scandal" to appear to be Mr. Reconciliation and reduce his dominant share of UK media ownership.

    And wa'allah - there it is;
    Jupert owns bskyb...

    I was on casual staff at three* Papers that this scumbag shrunk ( he merged the Adelaide Sunday Mail Tabloid w/- The Advertiser* which was a Broadsheet, they became The Advertiser tabloid! Also, The Melbourne Herald* a Broadsheet w/- the Sun* a tabloid, they became the Herald-Sun tabloid) or sunk so that he could expand - he's a yid, say no more.

    veritas

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  3. Also came out at the same time:

    Families of dead soldiers 'phone-hacked'

    The News of the World scandal deepened on Thursday after families of dead soldiers reportedly had their phones hacked, with Prime Minister David Cameron facing growing questions over his ties to Rupert Murdoch's empire.
    The Royal British Legion dropped the Sunday tabloid as a campaign partner over reports that an investigator hired by the paper may have accessed the phones of relatives of troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    It said the allegations, reported in the Daily Telegraph, had "shocked us to the core".
    It could not maintain its links with the Murdoch-owned paper if it had been "preying on families in the lowest depths of their misery," it added.


    source

    Satan worshipping yids send utterly gullibles to fight and die and when those poor & misguided souls die in vain ... the yids snoop on 'em.

    How sick!

    So yeah ... more Faux News, more murdering murdoch & more hannity-O'lielly combo deals, dear Americans?

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  4. Australian zionist piece of crap Murdoch lost one of his rags. Boo fucking hoo. Now if only the same thing would happen to Fox News,the Wall Street Journal and the NY Post we would be getting somewhere.

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  5. Hi, Kenny! I hope a lot of people click on that first link you provided, "7/7", which leads to a great new movie called "Ripple Effect" which I watched yesterday. TPTW really got caught with their pants down that day. There is *no way* the official story is possible. The trains the patsy (actually quite patriotic) training exercise participant Muslims were supposed to be on were *canceled*. Those poor guys were murdered in cold blood.

    Murdoch is an evil blood-sucking pig.

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  6. If it's any consolation to you all, Ruprecht and his friends are going to be burnt alive.

    Of course, you mostly believe this to be mere wishful thinking.

    But I assure you, even Ruprecht and friends have a slowly growing and unsettling suspicion of the same.

    All the money in the world will not save them now.

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  7. Murdoch has been repeatedly caught breaking the law, and the only thing that happens is some flunky gets tossed to the lions.

    'Sir' Rupert remains free and unscathed.

    News of the World phone hacking affair

    In 2006, reporters at the paper used private investigators to illegally gain access to hundreds of mobile phone voicemail accounts held by a variety of people of interest to the newspaper. In 2007 the paper's royal correspondent, Clive Goodman, pleaded guilty to illegal interception of personal communication and was jailed for four months; the paper's editor, Andy Coulson, had resigned two weeks earlier. In 2009/2010, further revelations emerged on the extent of the phone hacking, and how it was common knowledge within the News of the World and its News International parent. According to a former reporter at the paper, "Everyone knew. The office cat knew," about the illegal activities used to scoop stories. On 17 January 2011, The Guardian reported that Glenn Mulcaire, a private investigator paid by the paper, testified that he had been asked by the newspaper's leadership to hack voicemail accounts on its behalf. In April 2011, attorneys for the victims alleged that as many as 7,000 people had their phones hacked by the News of the World; it was further revealed that the paper's owner, Rupert Murdoch, had attempted to pressure Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Labour Party MPs to "back away" from investigating the scandal. Three journalists on the newspaper were initially arrested : Ian Edmondson and Neville Thurlbeck on 5 April and James Weatherup on 14 April. The newspaper "unreservedly" apologised for its phone hacking activities during April 2011. On 4 July 2011, it was disclosed that potential evidence had been deleted in spring 2002 from the hacked voicemail account of Milly Dowler, then missing, but later found to have been murdered.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_of_the_World#Phone_hacking_scandal

    Is Murdoch's Media Empire in trouble? He recently sold FACEBOOK, for which he paid around 500 MILLION, for a piddling 30 million.

    "News of the World" was bleeding money. Imagine the scope of the lawsuits that will come of this scandal.

    Think how many American males will weep tears of sadness if the FOX soft-core morning news show goes off the air.

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  8. This is a good article, just don't read it late at night.

    I'm no wussy, but some of those weird looking patches and sinister Latin phrases gave me the creeps.

    Top 10 Most Sinister PSYOPS Mission Patches

    Mission patches are used by military and space organizations to identify, symbolize and describe a mission’s objectives and its crew. This tradition is also observed in the shady world of PSYOPS where each secret mission of the Pentagon gets its patch. These patches offer a rare glimpse into the Pentagon’s secret operations and the symbolism on them is rather striking: ominous and cryptic phrases, dark occult symbolism, references to secret societies, and sometimes even a rather dark sense of humor. Here’s the top 10 most sinister PSYOPS patches.

    As it is nearly impossible to obtain information regarding these highly classified endeavours, mission patches offer a rare glimpse into the world of PSYOPS. Even if one is not well-versed in symbolism, it is easy to perceive a sinister “vibe” emanating from the patch designs. Laced with strange symbols, ominous creatures, obscure Latin phrases and even dark humor, these patches reflect the mindstate of those wearing the patches.

    The trailblazer in this area of research is Trevor Paglen, who, in 2008, published the book “I Could Tell You But Then You Would Have to be Destroyed by Me: Emblems from the Pentagon’s Black World”. By the means of hundreds of Freedom of Information requests, he obtained and analyzed forty mission patches. From the book reviews:

    “Of course, issuing patches for a covert operation sounds like a joke … but truth be told, these days everything is branded. Military symbols are frequently replete with heraldic imagery—some rooted in history, others based on contemporary popular arts that feature comic characters—but these enigmatic dark-op images, in some cases probably designed by the participants themselves, are more personal, and also more disturbing, than most.”


    —Steven Heller, The New York Times Book Review

    The rest of this weirdness is at this link:

    http://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/top-10-most-sinister-psyops-mission-patches/

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