Murdoch tweets

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s foray into the Twitterverse has been marked by controversy and nonsense. By turns indignant, incomprehensible, and inane, Murdoch’s 140-character missives frequently vie with Donald Trump’s for first place as the Internet’s oddest musings. Here are some of @rupertmurdoch’s most characteristic tweets:

Why Is Jewish owned press so consistently anti- Israel in every crisis?

Can’t Obama stop his friends in Egypt shelling Israel?

Told UK’s Cameron receiving scumbag celebrities pushing for even more privacy laws. Trust the toffs! Transparency under attack. Bad.

Scientology back in news. Very weird cult, but big, big money involved with Tom Cruise either number two or three in hiearchy.


the old guy is getting into it..tweeting some truth and some bizarreness..interesting..


~ by seeker401 on November 19, 2012.

6 Responses to “Murdoch tweets”

  1. None of those compare to this little gem though:

    (Jon Snow being a top reporter on Channel 4 news here, in case you weren’t aware)

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  3. and

    • hmmm..

      “Two weeks before the election, renowned investment analyst Porter Stansberry went on the air and made a stunning prediction: “Obama will try to run for a third term.”
      Porter has recorded a special eight-minute audio clip to explain some of the details behind why he believes Obama will remain in power through a third term.
      To listen to this clip, simply click on this link: and enter your information below.”

      its that porter guy again..

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