Green left media deception over marina violence
The media helped the Waiheke Marina trespassers (they should not be called protesters) by giving maximum publicity to their allegations of violence against security guards. Turns out the trespassers were just as ready to commit violence as anyone.
The media knew this, but kept it hidden from their customers. While they send out lame releases saying they need our trust they prove again and again by the content of their stories they don’t really give a damn. Green left propaganda has priority over trust any day.
A woman by the name of Josephine Franks has written numerous articles for Stuff headlining violence against protesters and it is hard to believe she didn’t know the real story. Here’s Ms Frank’s bio-
Some resume. No wonder these people can’t write and don’t give a damn for the facts. Ms Frank’s reporting has been outrageously sympathetic to the property invaders, with a Disney movie style theme of pure, honest and non-violent locals defending against cruel evil and violent developers. She should be sacked after this blunder.
Turns out the invader’s complaints of violence were a scam, and given the video of one particular incident was cut so precisely, its hard to believe Stuff were not in on said scam. Stuff were not alone in publishing the edited video, and now the media that published it have been forced into a humiliating backdown by the Marina company’s insistence that they show full coverage of the incident.
Not only have the media been caught out in a deceit, but so have the trespassers, who were given copious coverage of their claims to be victims, when they were not. So once again we learn the media are in cahoots with the green left, and the green left are conscienceless liars, and most importantly we cannot trust any mainstream media reporting on such issues.
This goes from little lies about penguins on Waiheke right up to big lies about the United Nations and their climate change scam. Media has been totally infiltrated by the green left, it cannot be trusted, and Stuff is just one more example of why that is so.