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The CEO of Murdoch’s News Corp, which owns the NY Post, and the Wall Street Journal, is an Australian, Robert Thomson, married to the daughter of a Chinese Communist Party General.

Why have Americans been allowing Australians to interfere in our politics for decades?? They share neither our history, nor our concerns, nor our location. The US revolted against the UK. Australia did not. Unlike Canada, Australia is far, far away. Australia has 1/13th our population. It is a mining camp masquerading as a country. As a result, they are highly dependent upon China. And, the CEO of News Corp, which owns the NY Post, and the Wall Street Journal, is an Australian married to the daughter of a Chinese Communist Party General. Australians need to stop meddling in our affairs and care for their endangered koalas and kangaroos, down under.

Correction update: While Fox is still controlled by the Murdochs, News Corp separated from Fox, though they may re-merge. However, this is about the New York Post, which is still part of News Corp. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_Corp

The US Senate election in the State of Georgia is both interesting and important. It is heading to a run-off because neither candidate won a strong majority. This campaign makes clear, for the entire world, that American thought and ideology transcend race and ethnicity. Both candidates are multi-generational African Americans and most likely ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery), whose ancestors were enslaved within the United States. But, the Australian (Murdoch-Thomson) controlled New York Post couldn’t be bothered to construct a sentence about the Georgia election that made sense, when announcing the run-off. They still haven’t corrected their original November 9th article.

The New York Post isn’t a personal blog. Australian controlled News Corp is apparently too cheap to hire someone to proofread the New York Post. They are supposed to have journalists AND editors. While it’s very hard to proofread one’s own work, the New York Post has no such excuse.

The following November 9th article is signed by TWO writer-journalists, neither of whom caught this error. In fact, one probably added the error while proofing the other’s work: “The US Senate race in Georgia will be settled in a runoff election next month after neither Sen. Raphael Warnock, the Democratic incumbent, nor Herschel Walker, his Republican challenger, failed to win a majority of the vote in one of the highest-profile contests in the country.https://web.archive.org/web/20221109172100/https://nypost.com/2022/11/09/herschel-walker-raphael-warnock-head-to-runoff-in-georgia-senate-race/
Huh? It obviously should read: “after neither Sen. Raphael Warnock, the Democratic incumbent, nor Herschel Walker, his Republican challenger, won a majority…” OR “after both Sen. Raphael Warnock, the Democratic incumbent, and Herschel Walker, his Republican challenger, failed to win a majority…

The authors are Samuel Chamberlain and Mark Moore: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samuel-chamberlain-9859742b

Mark Moore appears to be the one who is careless and/or challenged by the English language. He went to school in West Virginia but can’t even spell Virginia on his LinkedIn page. He attended West Liberty University – a West Virginian university, which no one has ever heard of, as well as West Virginia University, which he spelled “West Virgnia University”: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-moore-a5bb736 No one from outside of W. Virginia has heard of West Virginia University, either (apart from its graduates), but since each state has multiple state supported institutions, the existence of West Virginia University and/or University of West Virginia can be assumed.

New York Post, like Fox News and the Wall Street Journal, are all controlled by Murdoch and his son – both Australians, like Julian Assange. Robert Thomson, the CEO of News Corp, parent to the NY Post, and Wall Street Journal, is also an Australian, and is married to the daughter of a Chinese Communist General. The Murdochs may have US citizenship but they are still a product of Australia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/News_Corp The CEO of News Corp, Australian Robert Thomson, has been “married to Wang Ping, the daughter of a general in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army,” for 30 years. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Thomson_(executive) For the article “What is Robert Thomson doing at the Wall Street Journal?” By Ken Auletta, April 11, 2011, New Yorker Magazine, both Thomson and Murdoch were contacted. So, if what was said about Thomson’s wife being the daughter of a Chinese Communist General were false, then they would have had to do a correction. His wife is Ping Wang, “the daughter of a general in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. They married in 1992…https://web.archive.org/web/20140903000825/https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/04/11/murdochs-best-friend

Murdoch-News Corp own the following in the US, but a lot more internationally-UK and in Australia. Apparently the list of assets wasn’t updated. While still controlled by the Murdochs, Fox is currently separate from News Corp. .
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_assets_owned_by_News_Corp

Australia has approximately the population that the US had in the 1840s. Today, the US has approximately thirteen times the population of Australia.

The US revolted against the UK. Australia did not.

So, why are Australians always interfering in the politics and business of the United States, and even taking American jobs?

Why are Australians allowed to “agenda set”, i.e. to define American concerns? Their agenda setting appears to be both sides of extremes.

And, are elements within the Chinese government using News Corp to propagandize Americans? Are they engaged in a Chinese government plot to sow divisions within the United States, or is one faction within the Chinese Communist Party (e.g. Shanghai Clique) weaponizing the US public against another faction of the Chinese Communist Party? Is Thomson supporting the Shanghai Clique against Xi? Both groups are Communists. Both groups have track records of human rights abuses.

Why do Australians have such an oversized voice in our affairs?

Australians then whine at the outcome of the meddling in US affairs by other Australians!

Australia isn’t even part of Atlantic culture. They are literally down under… far, far away.

Almost a month ago, one Australian blogger, with an ossified brain, had the gall to ask why Americans can’t think, as the title of a blog post. The Americans defining Putin’s invasion of Ukraine as evil upset that Australian, who believes that there is some area of compromise. Clearly there can be none. If you are victim of a home-invasion, do you tell the home-invader that he can have your motor vehicle, your driveway, your front and back doors, your kitchen and some bedrooms, while you keep only whatever remains? Even after he murdered your family? That’s what peace with Putin looks like. Once this is accepted, it becomes acceptable, too.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the most clear example of right vs wrong (Russia); good vs evil (Russia), since Hitler invaded Poland in 1939.

The Australian blogger also complained about internal US political dysfunction, which is largely a stylistic creation of Australians – Murdoch and, much later, Assange. Prior to Murdoch’s arrival, civility was highly valued in the United States. Prior to Murdoch, news tried to appear objective. Murdoch threw away any pretense of neutrality and promoted incivility for decades, and other news competitors followed suit. Now Murdoch’s news frequently looks more civil than its competitors, but that’s not how Murdoch got his foothold in the US market. He used polemics and incivility to gain market share. Sometimes he still does. Tucker Carlson is a clear example.

Australia has framed US debate for decades and has an oversized voice in US politics. Why?

Murdoch got his start in Adelaide Australia, ironically home to the Australian complaining that Americans can’t think: “After his father’s death in 1952, Murdoch took over the running of The News, a small Adelaide newspaper owned by his father. In the 1950s and 1960s, Murdoch acquired a number of newspapers in Australia and New Zealand before expanding into the United Kingdom in 1969, taking over the News of the World, followed closely by The Sun. In 1974, Murdoch moved to New York City, to expand into the US market; however, he retained interests in Australia and Britain. In 1981, Murdoch bought The Times, his first British broadsheet…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rupert_Murdoch

So, Australians are responsible for much of the rancor that has poisoned the political discourse in the United States for decades. It’s unclear how much has come from Russia/China via Australia vs how much is just coming from obnoxious Australians. The irony, of course, is the Australian accusing Americans of being unable to think is a fan of Assange, and probably loathes the Murdochs.

Americans used to have manners, whereas the Australian lifestyle was apparently always unconducive to good manners. Underpopulated places living off of resource extraction can afford to be rude.

If people are unable to change their minds and grow and evolve as facts change, then their brains are ossified and then it is fair to say that they can’t think. Ossified, as in hardened to new information. Aussified?

People of any age can choose to open their eyes and see the world anew.

Some simply refuse to see the difficult reality of life.

The difficult reality of life includes the existence of evil, and the need to stand up to aggressive bullies.

Australia replaced the United States as Britain’s prison camp, became a British mining camp, and is now basically a colony China, i.e. economically dependent. Why have they been allowed to poison US discourse? And, why should the US protect them, when they hate the United States and love China and India, because they can sell their natural resources to these overpopulated countries?

As some multigenerational black Americans have pointed out “Not all skin folk are kinfolk”. This is true whether it’s literal kinship or cultural kinship.

Foundational black and white Americans share a common American culture, as well as being part of Atlantic culture.

Neither Australia nor Russia are part of Atlantic culture.

Australians and Russians may look like many Americans, and they may even learn to sound like Americans, but aren’t American. They have different histories and cultures.

#ADOS: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Descendants_of_Slavery