Wednesday, 22 February 2012
Rupert and the Bears
At the beginning of the year the BBC told us : News Corp's Rupert Murdoch joins Twitter social network.
Couple of days ago they told us: Scottish independence: Rupert Murdoch tweets 'Let Scotland go and compete', noting in the process that just last Sunday, Murdoch had also described Scottish Prime Minister, Alex Salmond, as clearly "the most brilliant politician in the United Kingdom"
This Sunday sees the launch of Rupert's substitute 7/7/11 demised, The News of the World: the Sun on Sunday. Rumour has it that the paper has a huge story regarding Glasgow Rangers which it is saving for the occasion. Rumour has it that that this will be the nail in the coffin for the club, if indeed it needs another nail. We don't need rumours to know that the uber-popular Sun tabloid will be canvassing for Scottish independence when the time comes.
Given my last few posts, it's all coming together for the forthcoming phoenix Rangers, a microcosm for Prince William's kingship of the financially-bound and Scots rooted, New World Order.
Meanwhile down in London today, the first anniversary of Prince William's dark, eleven-eleven, appearance in Hello magazine (issue 1111), saw a massive rehearsal for a potential Olympic terrorist attack. Whilst yesterday, we read of how a companion/twin concert is to be held in conjunction with the London Olympic closing ceremony, star performers being Blur, New Order, and the Specials. Speaks for itself really.
BBC - Olympic terrorist rehearsal.
bottom image - Glasgow Rangers, nickname The Teddy Bears, pin badge