Not to mention the Gillard government …

It seems News Corp journalist have been threatened:

Radical extremists have threatened some of News Corp’s most senior employees for their reporting on Islamic State.

As News Corp celebrated the company’s best journalism at its annual News Awards on Friday night, two of the journalists recognised, The Australian’s national security editor Paul Maley and cartoonist Bill Leak, both spoke about the threats to their safety.

Let us never forget that the Gillard government threatened News Corp journalists for their reporting of our own government.

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14 Responses to Not to mention the Gillard government …

  1. cohenite

    So has our Jacquie Lambie.

  2. H B Bear

    Yes but Islamic State is a collection of dangerous, power hungry factional warlords and ideologues and the Gillard cabinet is …

  3. incoherent rambler

    Not to mention the Gillard government

    Please, do not.
    I am trying to forget.

  4. Leo G

    Let us never forget that the Gillard government threatened News Corp journalists for their reporting of our own government.

    Did the AG ever get around to lifting the restrictions on the Australian Federal Police investigation of apparent breaches of the Crimes Act by the PMO related to a certain Australia Day race riot?

  5. john constantine

    Their corrupt cash for comment, cowering crawlers from the ‘cowards castle’ of their abc have long decided that abc life values means piling onto safe targets only.

    The only time their abc have attacked the mafia is when they can call out Amanda Vanstone as a ‘godfather’ of a target.

    No abc coward would ever jepordise their taxfundedlife on easy street to speak truth.

    Fourth generation propaganda means kill your way through one Charlie Hebdo office, and their entire abc will spend their billion dollar a year budget covering up for you.

    “lesson to the others’ well learned by their leftie media.

  6. Tom

    Given the inbred malevolence of the sub-human scum who want to kill him — for whom Charlie Hebdo mass murder was a conspiracy that simply didn’t happen — Bill Leak is by far Australia’s most courageous journalist. And the gutless cowards of the FMIC are cheering harm on him because of their infantilist tribalism. My god the left in this country is evil.

  7. Roger

    Radical extremists have threatened some of News Corp’s most senior employees for their reporting on Islamic State

    Presbyterians?

  8. Leigh Lowe

    Well, yes.
    But they are not climate scientists with delusional paranoia, so move on … nothing to see here.

  9. I Am the Walras, Equilibrate and Price Take

    Thanks for bringing back memories of the Cankle Drone Horror.

    Coulda done without that.

  10. James

    Abbott failed to threaten journalists, look at what he got

  11. Toiling Mass

    I personally would be prepared to lay down Kudelka’s life to defend Bill Leak.

  12. cynical1

    Let us never forget that the Gillard government threatened News Corp journalists for their reporting of our own government.

    Yes, but not with beheading…

  13. 1234

    Sinclair – a very cheap shot. Savbe your energy. Being threatened by the Gillard Government isn’t the same as being threatened by radical extremists. Lift your game.

  14. Empire

    Sinclair – a very cheap shot. Savbe your energy. Being threatened by the Gillard Government isn’t the same as being threatened by radical extremists. Lift your game.

    Comgratulations. You have made a factually correct comment (finally).

    A threat from the government, a threat that carries the real power to inflict theft, violence and denial of justice and liberty upon the individual, is vastly different from a threat from an angry weirdbeard.

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