UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt was filmed and caught talking to News Corp head Rupert Murdoch near the Aquatics Centre, which has raised the ire and eyebrows of politicians. “Labour’s Jim Sheridan said the film suggested ‘no contrition’ for mistakes since Mr Hunt faced questions over his handling of News Corp’s BSkyB bid,” reports the BBC.
However, Mr. Hunt’s office claims it was nothing more than an “exchange in passing” with News Corp giving no comment on the incident.
What has people upset is the level of friendliness and familiarity the two seem to have as they conversed briefly and before he headed off to his car to drive away, which has caused politicians like Mr. Sheridan to say: “It looks like the relationship [between Mr Hunt and Mr Murdoch] is as close as ever. The relationship between the Conservative Party and the Murdoch empire still looks strong.”
Murdoch was invited to the Olympics by London Mayor Boris Johnson, which has also drawn criticism from Mr. Sheridan:
“And after everything that’s gone on, the very fact that Boris Johnson invited Murdoch to the Olympics is outrageous. What do Milly Dowler’s family make of that I wonder? There appears to be no contrition whatsoever for the mistakes.”
What would appear to be a rather insignificant story has become incredibly interesting – the conversation in society is indeed changing. When is Rupert Murdoch under such scrutiny and when do crony politicians get called out openly in mainstream media? Certainly, no banks are going under and no political shills are going to prison, but the more the system is questioned, the better off we’ll be.
If people keep speaking up, Rupert Murdoch will be called out wherever he goes, and believe me, it doesn’t make him feel very good if all he’s relegated to is his scam fortress of a home that’s about to be repossessed when the people get what belongs to them.
So if you see one of these NWO, don’t be ashamed to point your finger and say “HEY, THAT’S HENRY KISSINGER, THE BILDERBERG CRONY!” – you’re not breaking any law by telling the truth, and all you’re really doing is making one person out of a crowd rethink things and google search later that day, and that might wake them up.