@RayDalio
Ray Dalio
2 months ago
That is why I applaud James and Kathryn Murdoch’s honest and bold public statement that, as described by the FT “castigates the US media for the ‘toxic politics’ threatening American democracy... (2/5)
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@RayDalio
Ray Dalio
2 months ago
...saying the media are as culpable as politicians who ‘know the truth but choose instead to propagate lies.’” (3/5)
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@lukasbradley
Lukas Bradley
2 months ago
@RayDalio Ray, I highly respect your opinion, and know you're trying to steer them in the right direction to remedy decades of vapid journalism. But Fox News is THE REASON for this slide. And you and I both know they won't change.
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@SimpleClearRong
Simple Clear Rational
2 months ago
@RayDalio Did they apologize for the Murdochs’ unilateral role in making US politics toxic over the last 4 decades? Did they offer to disgorge the accumulated profits from doing so? If not, their apology seems calculated, rather than honest.
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@Titanium0
David Edgar
2 months ago
@RayDalio You applaud the financial beneficiary of Fox News, Trump's media arm, for calling out media misinformation? I don't understand.
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@lazuck
Larry Zuckerman
2 months ago
@RayDalio Gosh, if only James Murdoch had been in a position over the last 2 decades to moderate the disinformation spewed out by, say, the most watched cable news network. What a difference he could have made. But that’s a powerful op-ed.
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@designtastik
designtastik
2 months ago
@RayDalio Unless they name names, there’s nothing brave about it. More like a pr rehabilitation tour distancing themselves from their own (and their family’s) culpability.
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@zackbot86
Zackbot86
2 months ago
@RayDalio Is it just possibly the changing of the times? Unfortunately. Do you suppose like that of Hegel? Were things have to get worse in order to improve?
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