Only in Britain could some of what we see on Fox News be considered illegal or incendiary.
Ok, maybe in Germany and Sweden as well, but they’re already completely lost causes for all intents and purposes.
I just like how everybody puts a nice financial spin on this story – it’s pretty brazen, and makes you almost forget that there was almost certainly agitation behind the scenes from those leading the Isles towards ultimate destruction.
21st Century Fox has decided to stop airing Fox News in the U.K., ending a long-running carriage deal in Britain with pay TV giant Sky.
“21st Century Fox has decided to cease providing a feed of Fox News Channel in the U.K.,” the conglomerate said. “Fox News is focused on the U.S. market and designed for a U.S. audience and, accordingly, it averages only a few thousand viewers across the day in the U.K.”
These numbers are either a complete lie (I want to see the exact unaltered figures), or the Brits are completely REKT as a people capable of independent and normal thought.
Besides, everybody knows that one can watch most relevant news clips online through YouTube and other outlets.
It added: “We have concluded that it is not in our commercial interest to continue providing Fox News in the U.K.” A Fox representative said the news network’s U.K. feed came to an end Tuesday afternoon.
“21st Century Fox has decided they will no longer broadcast Fox News in the U.K.,” a Sky representative said. “Sky’s customers can still enjoy a wide range of dedicated national and international news channels.”
Good Goyim watch proper history programming provided by the completely unbiased BBC – adult content pun is half-intended.
Fox News has been in the spotlight over the past year as U.K. media regulator Ofcom looking into various complaints against the channel and making some rulings against it.
Despite its low ratings in the U.K., Fox News’ reporting has often generated headlines. In 2015, an on-air guest suggested that the English city of Birmingham was a “no-go zone” for non-Muslims, a comment that was met with widespread ridicule across the U.K. and was later found to be in breach of Ofcom’s broadcasting code.
Well, I guess that Tucker would probably be subject to fines and possible arrest if he set up studio inside the United Kingdom, and various other figures would likely be prosecuted for pointing out the obvious.
Might as well face it, Britain.
You’re doomed unless we someday invade and conquer your country in the first-ever successful example of nation-building.