The so-called "Main-Stream Media" is fully complicit in this fraud. Hence their silence.
Absolutely! Here's an interesting article on a journalist that saw the light. Thread posted this afternoon.
The so-called "Main-Stream Media" is fully complicit in this fraud. Hence their silence.An intercepted e-mail from a professor at the Climate Research Unit in England to a professor at the University of Pennsylvania warned the latter: "Don't any of you three tell anybody that the UK has a Freedom of Information Act" and urged the American professor to delete any e-mails he may have sent a colleague regarding the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
When a business accused of fraud begins shredding its memos and deleting its e-mails, the media are quick to proclaim these actions as signs of guilt. But, after the global warming advocates began a systematic destruction of evidence, the big television networks went for days without even reporting these facts, much less commenting on them.
In the first sentence you use the correct number (one) implied by the use of "is" rather than "are." In the second sentence you incorrectly use the plural "their" instead of the correct singular its. You really should use better grammar. ; - )
Seriously, that is not a matter of simple grammar but of intentionally induced confusion which causes us to have difficulty correctly understanding that issue. Before the Associated Press, the press were independent voices. Now that the press is associated, it is actually one voice, with the "individual" press outlets being mere fronts. And we are surprised when the journalism monolith advocates socialism, which is nothing other than the negation of individuality and the nullification of competition!