It certainly gets up his nose as Twitter is not full of right wing headbangers. He is perplexed it is does not reflect 'the real voice of Britain' (homophobic, racist, neo liberal nationalist bile) and has therefore been hijacked by the trendy Metropolitan elite. Or as it is better known, people under 55.Safe_Timber_Man wrote:One thing that really strikes me about Dacre in that piece is his clear disdain of Twitter. Yet in their daily outrage/fury stories and campaigns for things to be banned the entire basis of that outrage is twitter. They nearly always use random twitter comments to back up their claims. And not an avalanche of twitter comments, just one or two is enough for them to say "look, other people agree with us". Fucking hypocrite.
I would have thought that Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 would forbid this type of shilling.Andy McDandy wrote: Yeah, probably a staffer on duty to contain the damage.
Falsely claiming or creating the impression that the trader is not acting for purposes relating to his trade, business, craft or profession, or falsely representing oneself as a consumer.
When Sarah Palin was campaigning for the vice-presidency she would use the phrase standing up for 'real America'. To which Jon Stewart retorted; "Welcome to the Daily Show bought to you by New York Jews from fake America".MisterMuncher wrote:He does claim that any publication medium beyond his own is "fake" with alarming regularity. There's a great deal of paranoia and delusion going on there.
Apart from the Mail, Telegraph, Times, Express, Sun, Sport, Star, breakfast TV stations, online news sites like Yahoo and radio phone-ins that follow their agenda. Most TV stations will then debate their agenda and will be accused liberal-left consensus for daring to drag someone on to counter their point of view.It seems that in the real world, people — most of all our readers — were far more supportive of us than the chatterati would have you believe.
It is that the Mail constantly dares to stand up to the liberal-Left consensus that dominates so many areas of British life, and instead represents the views of the ordinary people who are our readers and who don’t have a voice in today’s political landscape.
http://www.redmolotov.com/blog/celebrib ... /#more-841" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;It’s an exciting day here in the scanning room at Celebribellum HQ as our most recent imagery – gleaned from the internal cognitive workings Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre – have thrown up some intriguing results, not least that Freud may have been on to something...
Sadly, quoting Baltimore at these people is a wast[…]
Momentum strongly criticized here by neoliberal au[…]
And Dr Ault leaps to the conclusion that "thi[…]
Personal right to anonymity? I think the lion's […]