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Murdoch's KGB-Friendly Series

And the goshdarn Liberal Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 9:56 AM
Brent must have really had a stroke over Band of Brothers epilogue. To actually have members of the greatest generation being non hostile and even sympathetic to the Nazis ( similar to the end of the Illiad) must have activated his anti liberal ulcer. BTW does he remember when Reagan announced over a live mike "The cold war is over, the bombers took off 5 minutes ago." He got to publicly apologize for that one.
fromohio Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 10:32 AM
You keep on attacking the messenger without understanding his message. Do you have any idea of the communist genocide that exterminated many tens of times more people than the nazis did? No one throw the book at them yet, but some are trying hard to whitewash them. Soon will see all former spies for the SU rehabilitated too.
christiancon Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 11:41 AM
They refuse to read that history fromohio . They bypass it and revise it to be the the glorious visions of Marx,Engles and Lenin- they stop there and dont talk about Stalin and what came after in Russia and every other satellite of Soviet history.
3204 Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 10:09 AM
How long did it take you to adapt to breathing methane, from having your head firmly planted in your 4th point of contact?
calrepublican only 3 of us Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 10:08 AM
Did we watch the same show?
In August, Rupert Murdoch's FX picked up a Cold War series set in the 1980s titled "The Americans." Liberals might have braced themselves for the worst. It sounded like some kind of Chuck Norris-style "jingoistic" homage to freedom-loving intelligence agents. But this is Hollywood, so the show instead focuses on KGB spies who speak perfect English, working to destroy Reagan-era America, which is not altogether a bad thing to people in Hollywood.

Joe Weisberg, who worked for more than three years at the CIA, first wrote a script about two CIA case officers stationed in Bulgaria. Fox bought that script,...