Archive for 'Guardian'
April Fools’ Day was over a week ago, but today the Guardian newspaper has published the most jaw-dropping, stupid suggestion in an article by Polly Toynbee. Her idea is summed up in the article’s title:
The tax and finances of every citizen must be open to public scrutiny.
The rest of the article tries to justify this [...]
Here you go.
Well, not astounding. It is, after all, a fascist rag. And a presumptive hotel chain.
Posted: February 23rd, 2012 under Guardian.
As Israelinurse has just noted over on Cif Watch, the Guardian today ran a piece by the wife of Khader Adnan. It includes passages such as this:
Our life was turned upside down on 17 December 2011 when Israeli troops raided our home in Araba village, south of Jenin, in the occupied West Bank. It was [...]
This a cross-post from Just Journalism.
Osama Hamdan, the head of Hamas’ international relations department, used a television interview to clarify the Islamist organisation’s intention to use violence against Israel, following its recent reconciliation with Fatah. According to Memri’s translation of his appearance on 4 May, Hamdan argued that the new unity deal [...]
The Guardian has published an article on its website by Richard Hillgrove. He argues that “Facebook and Twitter must be reeled in” and that “they are going to have to introduce a delay mechanism so that content can be checked before it goes up.” He goes on to say that there needs to be “some [...]
Posted: May 25th, 2011 under Guardian.
Richard Brooks, writing at the Guardian’s Tax Gap Blog, offers a somewhat tetchy response to those who have the audacity to question the tax arrangements of the Guardian Media Group:
The outrage on this thread over alleged Guardian hypocrisy would be nothing next to the justifiable outrage if the newspaper had allowed its reporting [...]
Posted: February 20th, 2011 under Guardian.
I’ve never been to a chatterati dinner party, but apparently this is what goes on:
Conversations generally begin with the sort of anxieties that many of us might reasonably share: it cannot be right for women to be denied access to education in some Islamic regimes; the use of the death penalty for [...]
Just before New Year, Comment is Free published an article by a certain John Whitbeck.
Whitbeck is a 9/11 troofer who was suspended from the practice of law in the state of New York for four years for his machinations on behalf of Ghaith Pharaon, the Saudi financier who brought down the BCCI bank in 1991.
The piece was an [...]
Posted: January 18th, 2011 under Guardian.