Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Ireland has gone gay, will the Mail go libtard when Geordie Greig takes over?

Eye 1351: 18-31 October 2013

Eye 1392: 15-28 May 2015

Eye 1393: 29 May - 11 June 2015  

Camille Paglia:

"Much violence against women originates in emotional territory that they already command. By midlife and early old age, as the hormones of both genders change, women are in total, despotic control of their marriages."

Is social conservatism to be even further marginalised just because the wife of the proprietor of the Mail dislikes having the views of her husband's newspaper mocked by her libtard friends?

Under the rules of no fault divorce she could divorce Lord Rothermere for this reason alone and take half his stuff or more. 

If you were Viscount Rothermere, would your most likely response to be obey She Who Must Be Obeyed if only for the sake of domestic harmony? After all, what is a journalistic principle, eh? 

Paul Dacre on Desert Island Discs

Fleet Street rumour has it that Kay is being moved because he upset friends of Lady Rothermere, the proprietor’s wife, and that she is also behind the abrupt departure of the columnist Melanie Phillips, apparently on the grounds that her style – particularly during a June appearance on BBC1’s Question Time – is too shrill. Lady Rothermere, it is said, is desperately keen to oust Dacre in favour of Greig. Senior Mail sources pooh-pooh such tales, but they stop short of outright denials that Dacre is nearing the end of his days on the paper.

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