Flashback: Saudi Prince Calls Murdoch And Changes Fox News

A reminder: One of the reasons why our media is so perverted


During last month’s street riots in France, Fox News ran a banner during a news segment, reading: “Muslim riots.” Billionaire Saudi Prince al-Walid bin Talal, who owns 5.5% of Fox News, was unhappy with the tagline:

I picked up the phone and called Murdoch… (and told him) these are not Muslim riots, these are riots out of poverty. Within 30 minutes, the title was changed from Muslim riots to civil riots.

Talal gained notoriety after 9/11 when he blamed U.S. policies for the terrorist attacks.

Fox News spokeswoman Irena Briganti refused to confirm or deny that the call took place but “acknowledged the network changed the banner after receiving complaints.”


Balanced reporting flashback:

Muslim Grievances

5 thoughts on “Flashback: Saudi Prince Calls Murdoch And Changes Fox News”

  1. This is the most disturbing thing I have ever heard. Something in my inner heart has been broken. How can this man say these things? This should be broadcast over every TV and radio to show how twisted some in ‘the west’ have become.
    I expect to hear this kind of talk from a brainwashed muslim terrorist, but who is this man?

  2. It most certainly is true Foehammer.

    I’m surprised you missed this story, its quite common knowledge. But perhaps not, that’s why we put the story up, just so that people realize which way the wind blows.

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