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This page monitors on an irregular basis - frequently and throughout the day - the news content of state press agencies for the member states of 'Five Eyes', a network of imperial states participating in a global intelligence program first brought to public prominence by Edward Snowden. The "Five Eyes" member states are: New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States.
Thus, a good shorthand for this page(s) is to think: "what are the Anglo-Imperial states doing or selling to their domestic public today?". By no means, however, are the views expressed between those "Five Eyes" members monolithic. To the extent that their respective publics are empowered, the news content will reflect an opinion usually 'left-of-center' relative to the corporate US press.
Since the US government lacks an official state agency conveying the demeanor and propaganda priorities of its position, we instead provide a composite of corporate outlets. These outlets give a sense of what business friendly opinion defines the US press currently. Voice of America counts, however, as an official distributor of US propaganda, but we opt to not include them.
New Zealand Radio News
All Black TJ Perenara is the latest high-profile rugby player to criticise Australian star Israel Folau for his anti-gay comments, saying there is "no justification for such harmful comments".
British Broadcasting Company
Theresa May says the decision was taken in 2009 - as Jeremy Corbyn labels her "callous" during a heated Prime Minister's Questions.
- 18 April 2018
- From the section UK Politics