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Plausibility survey: given what we know about how Newscorp operates, do you think the person who called in the?

Plausibility survey: given what we know about how Newscorp operates, do you think the person who called in the?

Postby cormack31 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:44 am

bomb threat to the Frankfurt stock exchange today was:

A) A Greek protesting government austerity measures and demands for further job cuts by senior members of the EU.

B) A Newscorp employee posing as a Greek protestor (under orders from senior management) to boost ratings and thereby ad revenues - and also in an effort to undermine the Greek protestors by painting them as violent radicals?
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Plausibility survey: given what we know about how Newscorp operates, do you think the person who called in the?

Postby william12 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:45 am

Historically I suppose B would be the most likely.

If you look at the "shoe bomber" or Underwear bomb incident, The US government was behind them (or at least had a hand in them), yet we have to go thru scanners and take our shoes off (even after they admitted they had a hand in them).

Makes you wonder if anything really exists anymore. Next thing you know they will admit that 9/11 was an inside job, and people will just say "oh well". lol
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Plausibility survey: given what we know about how Newscorp operates, do you think the person who called in the?

Postby ashburn86 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 10:54 am

I could see someone from NBC maybe but not Newscorp.
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