7 thoughts on “New Zealand Paper: ‘Lord Monckton could be proved right in some regards’”

  1. A careless choice of words indeed. It’s “the truth” that they’ve realised is rapidly catching up with them.

    Still, the provincial Gisborne Herald seems way ahead of the MainStream Media in its pursuit of the truth.

  2. A careless choice of words indeed. It’s “the truth” that they’ve realised is rapidly catching up with them.

  3. That’s exactly what I was thinking.
    These dudes are too used to “the truth” evolving, generally because they made so many drastic errors reporting “the truth” the first time.

    Is it a good sign when journalists are reduced to clichés from their own idiom while backpedaling?

  4. The Herald could only believe something they read in the Economist, not the information put forth in Lord Monckton’s remarks.

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