Err, yes Katie

Hopkins said the aim of Hopkins World is to “tell the stories not being told”.

She said in her first column: “When so many platforms are under the control of the Saudis, tied to fickle commercial advertisers or beholden to special interests and religious lobbyists, it is a real thrill to find a place for us to speak without censorship.

“If you hear yourself saying: ‘I’m not supposed to say this, but …’ then I am here to reassure you that you are. Your views matter. You matter.

“With this platform provided by Rebel Media, and the kind support of my sponsors, subscribers, and adversaries, we will be heard.”


My own experience is that you don’t need all that for the voices to be heard. You do if you’re to make a living doing it….

5 thoughts on “Err, yes Katie”

  1. If you don’t want to be DDOSed off the Internet or dropped by your ISP when the ‘Left’ come with pitchforks then you need some commercial backup.

    Plus, why not make a living off it? Is that too Communist?

  2. “My own experience is that you don’t need all that for the voices to be heard.”

    You do if you want those stories to be heard beyond a few thousand blog devotees.

    “Why is it whenever I read of a “journalist” talking about writing “the stories not being told” I burst into uncontrollable laughter?”

    Perhaps because you didn’t take your meds?

  3. This is interesting. I guess Rebel Media is now up to 3 employees, including Tommy Robinson, and that Somali that Ezra hired to read scripts to prove that they weren’t racist.

    The Mail should be ashamed for firing Katie over the small matter of that subhuman communist teacher she supposedly libelled.

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