Why will FOX not allow credible people to talk about Islamic attacks on Churches?

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    • I asked that same question. There are a few photos around of crowds as the structure was engulfed; some faces of “peaceful immigrants” were shown laughing, smiling, and celebrating their victory over the pussified Parisians.

    • I don’t know if Fox has any leftist overlords but I do know a Saudi Prince bought a large amount of stock in Fox and the day after they started toning down all criticism of Islam. That was when OANN was started and I wish it was on more cable and satellite companies.

      • …I do know a Saudi Prince bought a large amount of stock in Fox and the day after they started toning down all criticism of Islam.

        That block was sold in November of 2017. I meant to reply about it when you mentioned this the other week. Over half an hour got spent building all the links to this divestiture, then promptly got swamped in another (yet-to-be-published) essay, which is a near-constant happening in this saturated topical environment. So, another hour that I’ll never get back was pissed away reconstructing the content, thusly…

        Here is the fabulous Diana West’s original 2012 exposé about inappropriate influence.


        This is the February 6, 2015 article from Accuracy in Media that really roasts Murdoch’s wiener goose: (capture for future MSM reference)


        The second largest shareholder in the Fox News parent company after the Murdoch family, Alwaleed has been addressed as “Your Highness” during his appearances on the network. His recent appearances have made him sound moderate, while denouncing Islamic extremism and the ISIS terrorist group.

        Fox News is to be congratulated for reporting on a developing scandal that puts its chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Rupert Murdoch, in a very bad light.

        A video posted by Alwaleed’s company, Kingdom Holdings, shows Alwaleed and Murdoch warmly embracing at one of several intimate meetings they have held over the years. Alwaleed has also met regularly with Murdoch’s liberal son, James Murdoch, the co-chief operating officer of 21st Century Fox.

        Shortly after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, Alwaleed offered a $10 million contribution to a 9/11 fund for families and victims. Then-New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani rejected the money because Alwaleed had blamed the terror attacks on U.S. Middle East policy.

        Rosen, a hard-charging investigative reporter, really had no alternative but to cover the damaging disclosures. The allegations were made by Zacarias Moussaoui, the so-called 20th hijacker of 9/11, and provided in the form of a sworn statement to attorneys for families of 9/11 victims for their lawsuit against Saudi Arabia. He is serving a life sentence at a supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.

        Fifteen of the 19 terrorist hijackers involved in the 9/11 attacks came from Saudi Arabia, and the role of the Saudi government and its top officials and citizens in the massacre of nearly 3.000 Americans on that day has been a matter of controversy ever since.

        Rosen said Moussaoui’s sworn statement named Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal,“a leading Saudi businessman and major investor in the parent company of this network,” as one of the financiers of al-Qaeda.

        But Alwaleed is much more than just an investor in Murdoch’s companies. He is also a personal friend of Murdoch’s who boasted in 2005 that a phone call to Murdoch resulted in the Fox News Channel altering its coverage of Muslim riots in France, in order to eliminate references to the religious affiliation of the Muslim extremists.

        “I picked up the phone and called Murdoch and said that I was speaking not as a shareholder, but as a viewer of Fox. I said that these are not Muslim riots, they are riots,” Alwaleed reportedly said. ‘He [Murdoch] investigated the matter and called Fox and within half an hour it was changed from ‘Muslim riots’ to ‘civil riots.'”

        Here are details about (arrested by MbS in November 2017 for a corrupto-terrorism show trial) Prince Alwaleed bin Talal’s (Citigroup, Twitter, Lyft) sale of his Fox holdings:



        ‘The Opposite of Game of Thrones.’ What the Arrest of Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Really Means


        NOTE: — It is critical to recall that Rupert Murdoch is a globalist whose willingness to promote The Narrative™ was cemented when, as Accuracy in Media noted, it took this 1% jackal less time than most people’s work commute to have the Fox News ticker, “changed from ‘Muslim riots’ to ‘civil riots.'” —

        Be sure that Notre Dame started smoldering many years ago when jackasses like Murdoch let himself be mounted by his Saudi masters. Please do not think that their ride (through the institutions) has ended solely because some gold-plated Gulfie sold his Fox holdings.

        More recently Francis the Antichrist, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Justine Trudeau, and Emmanuel Micron himself started handing out gasoline to anyone who hated Jews enough that they would burn down one of the world’s most revered Catholic temples—all to prove that Islam is the religion of peace. [spit]

        Gah! Where’s Rita’s vomit bucket when I need it?

  1. Fox will not allow credible discussion now for the same reason they apologized for discussing France’s No-Go zones in recent past.

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