A worried man


By Advis3r
January 28, 2012
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Supporting a newspaper that attacked the CST on Holocaust Remembrance day for being awarded funds to protect Jewish Children in Educational Establishments says much about him.

As Alan A says on Harry's Place
http://hurryupharry.org/2012/01/27/the-guardians-new-open-vision-for-jou...

Mr Freeman also intimated that the newspaper is working towards shutting its print edition down altogether.
Let me explain what this means.

1. Employed journalists will be sacked and replaced with “intern” like casual and scab labour.
2. Having turned its Comment Is Free venture into a sort of Indymediaish bearpit, where members of marginal far Left political organisations, activists in Islamist political parties and assorted loopy advocacy journalists and single issue campaigners peddle their worthless ideas, for the benefit of enraged commentators who repeatedly press “refresh” in order to see what new idiocy has been posted, thus generating a high web traffic which can be used to boost advertising revenue …

… the Guardian is now planning to extend the same business model to its news reporting.

A sad end for the Guardian

I certainly won't shed a tear.

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Real Real Zionist

Mon, 01/30/2012 - 12:39

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"I won't shed a tear".

Jose, given all the whining and crying that you do on here, I would be amazed if you had a tear left to shed. What a gaggle of hysterical drama queens we have among us. Jose, all of this is the kind of garbage that fills up your head when you rely on fruit loop blog spots for your information.

"Mister Freeman also intimated that the newspaper is working towards shutting its print edition down altogether".

Intimated? Did he say it or did he not? koff What a bunch of dopes.

The Guardian isn't going anywhere, Jose, so you may as well renew your subscription.


Advis3r

Mon, 01/30/2012 - 12:49

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Real Phoney talking to his imaginary friend again. Pity for him imaginary friends don't answer back.


Mary in Brighton

Mon, 01/30/2012 - 14:08

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Unless I am missing something this all seems like a trivial non story.
It was said thatA gave £2m to B to do Y. The complaint seems to be that this is false. In fact A gave £2m to B to give to C to do Y.

Huh?

But I am going to boycott the Guardian anyway.


Ben F

Mon, 01/30/2012 - 16:47

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This seems to have been an issue about the British Department of Education and its shifty minister. Can anyone explain how Israel and the holocaust got into it?


Advis3r

Mon, 01/30/2012 - 18:28

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"shifty minister" why because is a philo-semite - sort of explains why Ben F rushes in to try and minimise the matter.
The Guardian have sort of apologised for publishing it on Holocaust Memorial Day.
But why should Mr Gove have stood aside - this was not a case of an award of a pecuniary advantage for gain this was a grant for the supervision of security guards at Jewish Schools what has that to do with Mr Gove's position as trustee of CST.
The Guardian should be asking why Jewish schools need security guards in enlightened (cough!) Britain.
The Guardian said it was inadvertent. What was it that Goldie Tobin said ah yes - "They said" ...huh!

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