ER Editor: We are mightily curious about this story. Much that is of a quietly seismic nature has been going on on the western MSM landscape for quite some time now.
We are thinking of CNN being bought by a friend of Trump last year, John Malone; Twitter being taken over by Elon Musk, whose (relative) truth-telling direction is taking clear shape with the recent acquisition of Tucker Carlson; several big name producers and journalists at CNN suddenly being let go (Cuomo, Stelter, Lemon, CNN president Jeff Zucker last year, and just recently Chris Licht); the BBC getting interviewed by Elon much to its discredit; the BBC suddenly losing a lot of top name journalists through redundancy; CBC (Canada) taking a public hit by Elon on Twitter; CBC being thoroughly exposed in public testimony; the candidacy of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who is stirring up counter-narrative stories in the media. We also have in mind different media stories that have cropped up from time to time, which have gone against the narrative. Odd admissions of truth or an alternative interpretation are also cropping up occasionally in the French media, which is usually very controlled and stultifying.
We also remind readers of curious events around early 2021, when four big names passed on: one of the Barclay twins, David Barclay, who suddenly fell ill and was indeed the owner of The Telegraph; Sheldon Adelson; the owner of Sweet’n Low, Donald G. Tober, who ‘committed suicide’ by jumping out of his Manhattan apartment, ill with Parkinson’s at the age of 89, and … drumroll … Benjamin de Rothschild, who supposedly passed away of a heart attack at the tender age of 56. At least eleven Catholic bishops or archbishops passed around this time of ‘Covid’ on several continents, although only a few of those were reported. The Pope’s personal physician obviously hadn’t heard of ivermectin, dying of covid around this time. Coincidentally, the Vatican suffered a blackout and gunfire could be heard on the 24-hour camera (see this youtube video and this short tweet). There were also road closures in the Vatican area over a 10-hour period, as well as outages in Pakistan (also this), Iran and in a part of Ireland.
January 2021 was a very curious month, the events of which involved one of the heads of the powerful Barclay family.
Now the Barclays’ ownership of two flagship media sites is threatened because of the ‘APPROACH of the Barclay family to repaying a loan’ that goes back more than 10 years, with apparently a billion pounds still outstanding.
The Telegraph is certainly one of the big, pseudo-conservative narrative shapers.
The Spectator and Telegraph To Be Put Up for Sale
Any resulting deal “promises to reshape the media landscape,” according to reports.
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