Is Fox News Helping to Plan a New American Civil War?
Has a phony patriot yielded American priorities regarding international laws? Foreign ownership of leading stations demeans and yields American sovereignty and just might be aimed at provoking a second American Civil War. It is well known that Fox News is owned by Rupert Murdoch who became an American citizen in 1985. However, what is less well known is that Murdoch became an American citizen because of legislation that prohibited foreigners from owning American television stations. Thus, to paraphrase Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-Minnesota), one of Fox News’ favorite politicians, we have to wonder whether Murdoch may, in fact, have anti-American views. His true loyalties may still be to Australia. Even less well known is that a major shareholder in Murdoch’s company, News Corp., is Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal.
Now query why a TV news station owned by an Australian-American and a member of the Saudi royal family would play host to people like Glenn Beck who appears to advocate for violent uprising against the government or Bill O’Reilly who seems to suggest that people kill abortion doctors or Sean Hannity who couldn’t find the truth if it is was hanging out of his own ass. Might it be that the real goal of Murdoch and bin Talal is to use Fox News to bring American to the brink, and even over the edge, into a second civil war? Might that be why Fox News has so aggressively adopted the Tea Parties and the teabaggers with their violent and eliminationist rhetoric. Just think of it: With the US engaged in a new civil war, an Australia-Saudi alliance would be posed to become a major world power. The petroleum-kangaroo alliance would be powerful indeed, mate.
Don’t think that this plot is too fanciful. Recall that back in 1997, Elliot Carver, owner of London-based Carver Media Group tried to incite a war between Britain and China in order to increase television ratings for his news networks and force his way into the Chinese cable TV market. Violence was averted only due to high level cooperation between British and Chinese military and intelligence officials. Could Murdoch and bin Talal have something similar in mind?
And query further whether the recent demise of several print newspapers might be part of this plot to bring more and more of the news delivery system within the Fox entertainment realm.
Or might their plan be yet more nefarious? For one thing, think about this: Have you ever seen Osama bin Laden and Rupert Murdoch at the same time? I’m not quite sure what to make of that, but when that fact is added to the “coincidence” of bin Talal’s ownership of a share of News Corp. it does make one sit up and take notice. The fact that Glenn Beck hasn’t drawn up all of these relationships on his blackboard only gives credence to the possibility; after all, Beck sniffs out conspiracies better than anyone, so if he missed one this big it must be because he’s in league with those planning the scheme. And given Beck’s ties to gold speculators, the likelihood that chaos in America is the true goal seems almost obvious. Remember, “social justice” is code for “koala bear”.
So far, I have no hard evidence that Murdoch and bin Talal are a part of al-Qaeda, that the Australia-Saudi alliance has actually begun to engage in plots separate from those of the Illuminati, or that they are using Fox News to try to cause a civil war. I’ve heard from a Ranger that is apparently working on this case, but so far the evidence is still a bit flimsy; then again, most of the news aired on Fox is a bit flimsy, too, so I’m not sure what that really means. Anyway, I believe that the Ranger is still digging for evidence and, if he digs up even a bone of truth to the story, I’ll relay it here.
But in the meantime, we need to be very careful of the things that we hear on Fox News and take everything said on the network with a giant grain of proverbial pepper.
Update: Happy April Fools Day!