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August 1, 2011

 

 

(IP) –Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein highlighted the unscrupulous world of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in a Newsweek article, “Murdoch’s Watergate?” Bernstein hammers the naive as such: “The hacking scandal currently shaking Rupert Murdoch’s empire will surprise only those who have willfully blinded themselves to that empire’s pernicious influence on journalism in the English-speaking world. Too many of us have winked in amusement at the salaciousness without considering the larger corruption of journalism and politics promulgated by Murdoch Culture on both sides of the Atlantic.”

 

 

 

June 10, 2010

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula de Silva was officially recognized by the Food and Agriculture Organization, and the World Food Program (WFP), both commissions of the United Nations, as a ‘Champion’ for his aggressive leadership role in the effort to end hunger and improve nutrition in Brazil, and the developing world, and for re-emphasizing hunger as a critical global concern and U.N. priority. 

February 12, 2010

As the debate rages in the West over the clothing Muslim women should or should not wear, two articles representing  opposite sides of the discussion were published in late January.

As the debate rages in the West over the clothing Muslim women should or should not wear, two articles representing  opposite sides of the discussion were published in late January. The London Times’ Dominic Lawson wrote a timely piece in which he quoted Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf on the subject of the appearance of Jewish Germans, which was outlandish to him and had no place in the German society.