Doing the Decent thing

Tom Decent seems to have decided to not selectively edit today;

GoFundMe’s fine print says the crowdfunding site cannot be used for “campaigns we deem, in our sole discretion, to be in support of, or for the legal defense of alleged crimes associated with hate, violence, harassment, bullying, discrimination, terrorism, or intolerance of any kind relating to race, ethnicity, national origin, religious affiliation, sexual orientation or sex.”

Here’s my take on his previous attempt to steer the narrative.

Bill’s Opinion

There was a time when journalists used to at least attempt to offer their work as being without bias. I recall a time when they would be referred to as “reporters”. That noun seems to be out of favour now.

It’s absolutely fine to be an “activist”, we all have causes we support, but it’s highly disingenuous to pretend to be a “journalist” at the same time.

3 Replies to “Doing the Decent thing”

  1. Well, the Red Herald is not the only rag that is not coping with the Israel Folau saga. The Daily Telegraph has gone full retard in it’s coverage of the Israel GoFundMe campaing and is now gloating that the account has been terminated by GoFundMe and all the money is apparently to be refunded?, don’t know how they are going to due this as I was under the impression that these funds were being deposited into a Trust bank account.

    The fury with which the MSM is going after Israel is just breathtaking, I think we are at a crossroads here regarding freedom of religion and freedom of speech, the only encouraging fact is that there seems to be a lot of support for Israel from the silent majority (deplorables). Must go now as I have to email The Daily Telegraph cancelling my subscription.

  2. This is becoming a highly entertaining side show, his sister is next. If he doesn’t settle this week, then he shall be thrown to the lions.

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