Red SquareThe purges will continue until morale improves.
Daily Mail is not progressive enough, unlike The Guardian. Subtly gloating over defeating a competitor, the progressive Guardian also implies that Fox News should be next.
The Daily Mail puts itself online for free ,paid for by those who buy the print version I guess.
The Guardian is kept going by the bbc buying more copies of it than any other publication,hence the "dig" at Fox News .
The bbc/guardian hate Fox News because it's owned by Rupert Murdoch ,one of the favourite "excuses" the bbc tv licence defenders use is "without the tv licence fee the bbc wouldn't be able to provide balance ,so we'd have Fox News take over"
Which is a joke , as Fox News has been available in the UK for years .
Strangely The Guardian have no problems with the bbc & the way their
The threatened "warrant" was a search warrant .
In the UK the bbc can apply to a magistrate for a search warrant ,which are rare but do sometimes happen , can you guys imagine PBS being allowed to search your homes like this ?
Sadly the final outcome of the stand off was the householder was charged with obstruction of the warrant .
And people wonder why the bbc is so hated over here.
No matter what the bbc fans try to claim "tv licensing" is the bbc .
The making of a Wiki-Lie:
Chilling story of one twisted oddball and a handful of anonymous activists who appointed themselves as censors to promote their own warped agenda on a website that's a byword for inaccuracy
Quote:Wales has said he wants [Wikipedia] to contain ‘the sum of all human knowledge available to all in their own language’.
Over time, the theory goes, successive contributors, or ‘editors’, will gradually improve and update every Wikipedia article. Thanks to the so-called ‘wisdom of crowds’, they will slowly but surely create an ever-more-valuable repository of facts.
This is the fate of all utopian ideas. Created on the assumption that everyone in the world is good and honest, they degenerate into authoritarianism when those who are not good and honest figure out how to take advantage of it. Worse yet, utopian systems encourage bad and dishonest behavior by invariably creating conditions when the bad and dishonest have a clear advantage over the good and honest "suckers."
Just look at the Democratic Party in the U.S. and the utopian systems it has created in the inner cities, education, the media, environmental protection, sectors of the economy, and even the way the Party runs itself and its own elections, which have become ultimately corrupt.