What would C. P. Scott say?
That unkempt, “soft-spoken but steely” (or isn’t some such phrase used about him in admiring accounts? Oh, I’ll bet it is) Alan Rusbridger should retire to spend more time with his music practice?
That, better yet, the paper should sink, and the on-line version — on which it now places such hopes as the print version’s readers are diminishing so rapidly –Â find that those who advertise in it suffer consequences that make them scurry away. It’s now a force for evil, because the mindset of those who write, and of many of the self-mesmerized who read it, prevents them from recognizing the meaning and menace of Islam, and how Western societies, thanks to their immigration policies which are the result of ignorance and arrogance, are now permanently threatened from a real, not imaginary, enemy within.
Here’sÂ the story. Even The Daily Mail’s daly crudities are more acceptable, and far less dangerous, than the suave daily treason ofÂ The Guardian.
Guardian has handed a gift to terrorists’, warns MI5 chief: Left-wing paper’s leaks caused ‘greatest damage to western security in history’ say Whitehall insiders
- MI5 chief Andrew Parker called paper’s expose a ‘guide book’ for terrorists
- He said the coverage is a gift to ‘thousands’ of UK-based extremists
- Secret techniques of GCHQ laid bare by Guardian