At first sight, the A-Z dictionary format of James Delingpole’s latest effort, The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism, seems surprising. But there is a sound reason for its structure. In his prior book, Watermelons, Delingpole cited George Orwell: “Who controls the language controls the culture. Who controls the culture wins the political argument. … [Orwell] explained that one of the most effective ways of suppressing heretical thought was to eliminate undesirable words or strip them of their meaning.”
Eco-fascists have a talent for that sort of thing.
Al Jazeera America’s ratings are so bad, they are considered a “scratch” and do not get reported by Nielsen, the New York Post reports.
If it weren’t for Rep. Ed Markey (D., Mass.), the world would still be without smart-phones, Facebook, Skype, and even Google.
Former Vice President Al Gore informed Canadians Tuesday that there is no such thing as “ethical oil” in a public talk just a few months after the sale of his Current TV to Qatar-backed Al Jazeera.
A $5 million lawsuit has been filed against Current TV’s co-founder Al Gore for not compensating the man who proposed selling the network to Al-Jazeera, according to Hollywood Reporter.