Fox-Murdoch vs. the U.N.’s New World Order
One should wonder what America would be like without Rupert Murdoch the owner of Fox News Network. After all he’s been under attack by Liberals in America for over thirty years. You see Rupert marches to a different drum than the United Nations and the Council on Foreign Relations (mainstream media) which hosts every news outlet personality and news organization as members in the United States and Europe.
By the mid ‘90s Murdoch owned over 800 news outlets around the world. Right after Murdock acquired Fox in the early ‘90s, and started developing his Fox News Network across America, liberals who supported President Clinton’s U.N. controlled world fearfully ran to Hollywood and the FCC to make movies and law suits against his contrarian view of a U.N. run world.
In the 1997 James Bond movie “Tomorrow Never Dies” with Pierce Brosnan, a Rupert Murdoch like character who intends on taking over the world by using his global media outlets is depicted as the villain. There was no mistaking who the villain was and the European-Hollywood made movie tried its damnedest to take him down with the public.
President Clinton had earlier tried to stop Murdoch and his Fox News Network in 1995 by having the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) sue for illegal ownership. Fortunately for Murdoch and the American Public he won and his network was allowed to flourish.
The point of bringing up Rupert and his Fox News Network’s history is to remind you that the battle for America has been going on way before Barack Hussein Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and John McCain.
Liberal far-left Democrats and many R.I.N.O. Republicans have bought into this U.N. one world order scheme and continue to wear away at our resistance through law suits, movies, celebrities, our educational system and the mainstream media.
These people will never be happy till our country is flooded with millions of aliens, overwhelming everything that was good in our country, leaving us an unmanageable wasteland. – N.P.Contompasis