A web of intrigue and news services telling everyone what they’d already guessed saturate the ether in Britain like printed Chemtrails, we’re not too sure of the atomic composition but it’s all meant to block out the sunlight for our own good. The missing element from Cameron’s crew is a shred of truth that reveals what a minnow in the global shark tank the embattled Mr. Murdoch truly happens to be;
“British Foreign Secretary William Hague said yesterday that he was “not embarrassed” by the extent of the PM’s dealings with News International, though he accepted the relationship between the press and politicians had to change.”
If exerting influence on public opinion by any means necessary is Murdoch’s only peccadillo, then our politicians are equally guilty by default. But if his empire is so fragile that it can’t survive such scrutiny, perhaps we’ve been looking in the wrong place for a sensible answer to what this overblown kerfuffle is all about. Murdoch is an expendable functionary lent money to buy the newsgroup in question but by whom?
Cameron’s actual job is to dance the dance for the real boss, the Capo de Tuti Capi!