So, what’s up with FoxNews? Yesterday, Jim Angle, Charles Krauthammer, Bill Kristol, and Glenn Beck tag-teamed Geert Wilders. Beck climbed up and jumped off the top rope onto Wilders’ head by strongly insinuating that Geert is a fascist. It was like a Hulk Hogan WWE massacre, but this time for real. What in the world is happening over there?
I have an idea and it’s not a very happy one. I think that Diana West has once again hit the target. It wasn’t too long ago that NewsCorp honcho Rupert Murdoch and Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal joined hands as investment partners in a broadcast venture – sort of like FoxNews-Saudi Arabia style. Mr. bin Talal is now a major stock-holder in FoxNews. He once bragged that he made a phone call during the Muslim riots in France a few summers back and got Fox to stop calling them Muslim riots.
“It was pile-on time at Fox News tonight as Glenn Beck, Charles Krauthammer, a gal whose name I missed and Bill Kristol all branded Geert Wilders beyond the pale tonight.
Beck classified Geert as a fascist.
Krauthammer said Geert didn’t know the difference between Islam and Islamism — never mind that according to Krauthammer’s idea of Islamic scholarship, neither did Mohammed.
The gal is the middle said she agreed with Imam Krauthammer and added that if people like this (Geert) are elected to lead Holland it will suffer the consequences.
Kristol called Geert a demagogue.
In other words, a stomach-turning display — or should I say halal?
Fact is, this anti-Geert pundit solidarity will only delight Newscorp stakeholder Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. That’s because it is Wilders in the Netherlands who stands as the unexpectedly strong spearhead of resistance to the Islamization of Europe and the wider West. As a scion of the most powerful sharia dictatorship in the world, Prince Talal doesn’t like that. How fortunate for him that Fox News doesn’t like it, either.”
If Prince bin Talal’s ownership in FoxNews is now manifesting itself in yesterday’s assault on Geert Wilders, and we get more of this taqiyya from the All-Stars, it is time to write off FoxNews and crew as washed away by the tsunami of regular left-wing TV new-speak. So long, Glenn. Adios, Rupert. Bon voyage to all of you. Maybe you’ll all get a nice Christmas bonus in your stockings from the Prince, himself, for what you’re doing to Geert Wilders and freedom.
Diana West is very probably deadly accurate in her assessment of what’s really going on over at Fox-al-Arabia News. After all, they didn’t make me a detective for nothin’.