posted on Jul, 9 2011 @ 08:31 AM
These discoveries don't surprise me in the least. I'm more surprised that Murdoch couldn't get away with it. It might be worth considering that
this is a tactical play, after all there's no bigger illustration of justice and honesty than bringing down a man of this standing. It could be
purely to show that dishonest media will be found out and our laws are their to protect us.
Maybe it's the start of a planned decline into a chaos, from which drastic measures must be taken in order for societies survival (if that hasn't
all ready started). It seems to me that most people (even most traditionally religious people) have their primary faith in the general honesty of the
media, politicians and legal system - a ridiculous concept really, but it's more through a lack of options on display than an objective appraisal of
the system. People need something to believe in, and if they've had to accept the wrong that's so endemic in our system because they've been
spoon-fed it, then they'll have no choice but to lose faith in it. Who are they going to follow then? In these times of crisis they'll be desperate
for guidance and hope.