Assad must pay a price over gas attack that killed dozens in Syria, says Boris Johnson

Assad must pay a price over gas attack that killed dozens in Syria, says Boris Johnson.

This was a headline of the pathetic, propaganda filled Evening Standard today which another Conservative puppet George Osborne has recently been made editor of.

First question I ask myself is how does Boris Johnson and the conservative party plan to make him pay? Fine him? Arrest and imprison him? Or simple go and kill dozens more Syrians? Obviously its the third one but does that really make him pay? Because to me that just makes the innocent pay. Surely Boris Johnson should first ask himself who committed the attacks the rebels or Assad’s government, then he should ask himself how the fuck does killing more Syrians actually help the people in Syria? I get a feeling the Conservatives only want to help themselves as usual.

How can the Conservative party claim to stand against terrorism, oppression and violence when they have allies like Saudi Arabia, Israel and the USA? If they really want to fight terrorism and help Muslim people surely they should be working to stop Saudi Arabia’s attacks on Yemen. Unfortunately like most of the mainstream media the British government have decided this a terrorism that is not “sick and depraved” unlike the attack on London that is terrorism is sick and depraved as described by Theresa May.

THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA IS LOSING POWER

The Sun has lost over 1 million sales in 5 years, The Daily Mail lost nearly half a million, why? Much of this is no doubt down to the internet and easier news accessibility but some of it is also no doubt down to the quality, one sided, racist Propaganda that our media insist on printing. Instead of reporting facts our mainstream media are to busy telling us what to think. They attack the poor and working classes despite the fact that the poor and working classes are usually the people that buy their shit.

I believe that mainstream media is stuck in the eighties, they are dated and old fashioned and their audience is old and dying.

Title
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
The Sun
1,978,702
2,213,659
2,409,811
2,582,301
3,001,822
3,006,565
Daily Mail
1,688,727
1,780,565
1,863,151
1,945,496
2,136,568
2,120,347
Daily Mirror
992,235
992,256
1,058,488
1,102,810
1,194,097
1,218,425
Evening Standard
TBA
805,309
695,645
699,368
704,008
601,960
Daily Telegraph
494,675
544,546
555,817
578,774
651,184
691,128
Daily Express
457,914
500,473
529,648
577,543
639,875
674,640
Daily Star
425,246
489,067
535,957
617,082
734,311
779,376
The Times
396,621
384,304
399,339
397,549
457,250
508,250
i
280,351
298,266
293,946
264,432
133,472
N/A
Financial Times
219,444
234,193
275,375
316,493
383,067
390,315
Daily Record
203,725
227,639
251,535
291,825
306,872
323,831
The Guardian
185,429
207,958
204,440
215,988
279,308
302,285
The Independent
61,338
66,576
76,802
105,160
185,035
185,815

17

Circulations 2000-2009

Figures shown are average circulations for January of each year. Only newspapers with circulations of more than 100,000 copies per day in January 2009 are listed. Regardless of immediate source, all figures originate from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

Title
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
The Sun
3,146,006
3,209,766
3,217,844
3,319,337
3,382,509
3,410,701
3,578,506
3,502,923
3,636,561
3,557,336
Daily Mail
2,200,398
2,313,908
2,354,028
2,389,011
2,409,121
2,485,210
2,518,544
2,489,264
2,479,768
2,353,915
Daily Mirror
1,366,891
1,512,599
1,621,000
1,727,672
1,748,327
1,919,125
2,071,059
2,164,576
2,149,422
2,270,543
Daily Telegraph
783,210
890,086
911,454
917,943
920,745
914,981
946,697
1,013,653
1,022,263
1,039,749
Daily Star
768,534
722,969
773,637
820,070
861,825
901,879
835,343
706,554
543,807
502,647
Daily Express
736,340
752,699
771,325
849,001
949,238
956,649
983,391
991,560
979,042
1,050,846
The Times
617,483
633,718
670,054
685,081
686,327
660,713
671,340
711,295
734,220
726,349
Financial Times
426,676
452,448
439,104
441,840
422,519
422,543
431,875
475,475
478,161
435,478
The Guardian
358,844
378,394
384,070
394,913
376,816
383,157
409,568
411,386
410,152
401,560
Daily Record
354,302
393,788
418,628
451,932
471,708
503,077
520,540
584,290
603,914
626,646
Evening Standard
237,403
294,823
276,562
337,080
350,671
395,090
424,177
410,104
432,661
440,287
The Independent
215,504
250,641
263,503
258,387
257,100
248,876
221,926
224,655
223,645
222,106

Circulation 1950–1999

Figures shown are average circulations for each year. Figures originate from the Audit Bureau of Circulations.

 

Title
1997
1992
1987
1980
1976
1966
1961
1956
The Sun
3,877,097
3,570,562
3,993,000
3,741,000
3,708,000
1,238,000
N/A
N/A
Daily Mirror
2,442,078
2,900,000
3,123,000
3,625,000
3,851,000
5,123,000
4,561,000
4,649,696
Daily Mail
2,344,183
1,675,453
1,759,000
1,948,000
1,755,000
2,318,000
2,610,000
2,071,708
Daily Express
1,241,336
1,524,786
1,697,000
2,194,000
2,594,000
3,978,000
4,328,000
4,042,334
Daily Telegraph
1,129,777
1,038,138
1,147,000
1,439,000
1,308,000
1,353,000
1,248,000
1,075,460
The Times
821,000
386,258
442,000
297,000
310,000
282,000
253,000
220,716
Daily Star
729,991
805,793
1,289,000
1,034,000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Daily Record
703,090
755,026
732,000
The Guardian
428,010
429,062
494,000
377,000
306,000
281,000
245,000
163,585
Financial Times
326,516
290,204
280,000
197,000
174,000
152,000
132,000
80,518
The Independent
288,182
389,523
293,000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Press and Journal
105,076
Glasgow Herald
104,844
121,297
Today
N/A
533,177
350,000
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Daily Herald
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1,394,000
1,693,997
Daily Sketch
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
857,000
981,000
1,123,855
Daily Worker
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
60,000
News Chronicle
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1,442,438