The Jersey Evening Post
Ever More Absurd.
A brief post.
Ever get that feeling, like in Groundhog Day? Where everything just seems to repeat itself indefinitely?
Another day – yet more proof of my thesis concerning the Jersey Evening Post – and how it would use its letters’ page to do its dirty work in attacking and undermining Esther Rantzen.
No matter how absurd such tactics appear to thinking people in the real world – just so long as The Rag can keep its core – that’s local – audience brainwashed into believing the polar opposite of the truth; that Frank Walker is some wise and great leader – and Esther Rantzen is some kind of anarchic threat to society.
As I said in my previous two posts – The Rag’s tactics are as palpably absurd and self-discrediting as the out-put of North Korean state media.
Check out The Rag’s latest letters’ page offering. Here’s the address:
And – wouldn’t you know it! – The Rag isn’t allowing reader comments on its propaganda.
Now there’s a surprise.
But if you really want a stark contrast, visit the next two addresses. These will take you to two editorial leader comments of the newspaper of Jersey’s sister island, the Guernsey Press.
(Computer Nerd – if you’re out there, could you stick all three as active hyper-links in a comment, please? Thanks.)
These comments – in dramatic contrast to the propaganda Jersey’s population gets fed – actually address the stark reality of the crisis gripping Jersey – and its implications for Guernsey.
So if you’re a Jersey reader of this blog – wistfully contemplate the superiority of Guernsey’s newspaper. For even though owned by the same company – it has the great good sense to not be merely an uncritical cheer-leader for the resident oligarchy.