What happened to PLUS TV? Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 February 2013 00:00

These days you can hear those on Plus TV snapping here and there at the Government for no real reason. They behave like a viper with a broken back, can't crawl anymore so the last actions are to poison anyone who comes near. But it is an interesting analogy and one which is not too far off. The Guardian has been receiving numerous reports that the organization was on the brink of collapse; it had run nearly broke and was grasping at straws to stay afloat.

In their bid for survival, we understand that they've made some strange bedfellows including political ones and others of GMO billing. For an institution that once prided itself as being the champion of morality, to be selling itself cheap is really testament that money does trump morality.

Reports reaching to The Guardian suggest that if not both, at least one of those who regularly appears on the early morning television show has political aspirations and there is even speak of financial remuneration if he does so from someone of Central fame.

Then we are now being bombarded by GMO talk. While informative though it may be to have one show of GMO, it is definitely over-saturation and it becomes painfully obvious the agenda that the television station and its owner is now pushing. These kinds of shows don't come for free and we wonder why it was that someone from the TV station was given an all-expenses-paid trip to Honduras to see how GMO works and really to champion it.

We'll keep on looking and see who else can put coppers into the kitty to keep that viper from dying.