Skip to comments.Rupert Murdoch's big backer sounds News Corp warning
Posted on 05/09/2012 8:14:28 AM PDT by ZULU
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the second biggest shareholder in Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, has revealed his frustration with the fallout from the News of the World phone-hacking scandal and admitted that it is harming the reputation of the company overall, not just its publishing interests.
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Just because he owns a portion of newscorp, doesn’t mean he supports Murdoch or FNC or anything. It just means he wants to control it.
He is an extremist islamist, make no mistake. He’s pushing islamo-leftist talking points here.
It would seem that, being the second largest stockholder, he’s probably responsible for FOX News unwillingness to go after pro-Muslin American politicians like Christie. On the contrary, they appear to support him.
Fox news is dead to me. I’d love to see therm go under.
foreigners should not be allowed to own media.
Media has virtually become the new 4th branch of government, EVERYONE acknowldges that.
As such, it is VERY reasonable that foreigners not own media stock.
Totally agree. PARTICULARLY MUSLIM foreigners!!!
Perhaps Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal is the reason why Fox News (and its affiliated companies) have ignored Sheriff Arpaio and the others who are digging into the mystery of who is Barack Obama.
Bin Talal was a friend of Khalid al-Mansour, who is the man who paid for Obama to attend Harvard, according to the late Percy Sutton.
By letting News Corp run with all of the other anti-Obama material, bin Talal let it keep intact its relationship with the right wing. On the other hand, by making the birth certificate, draft card, social security numbers, visit to Pakistan, etc. absolutely off limits, he managed to de-legitimize the issue for everyone else.
Just a thought.
I hate these suckers (Muslims).
Life imitates the movie “Network.”
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