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An Unanswered Letter to Rupert Murdoch

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

July 20, 2011

Rupert Murdoch
News Corporation
1211 Avenue of Americas
New York, New York 10036

Dear Rupert Murdoch,

I love that I live in a country where for 44¢ I can send a letter where I can call you a douchbag, but I won’t do that. As tempted as I am to call you a fucktard and an asshole and other such names, I think that would be a waste of a perfectly good stamp. I will let you know I intend to make a pilgrimage someday to piss on your grave. I hope your final resting place is someplace scenic and worth visiting.

When you have convicted felon Conrad Black calling you an unethical piece of shit (I paraphrase), pornographer Larry Flynt questioning your morality, and your wife has been reduced to defending you against shaving cream pies thrown by comedian Jonnie Marbles, then you know you’ve been caught with your dick in a poodle.

Your apologies are disingenuous, self-serving, and disgusting. They are worthless. You would have been better served writing them on the backs of million dollar checks. The family of Milly Dowler should receive every dollar your company ever paid to Rebekah Brooks. Either Brooks was complicit in the wiretapping (and subsequent coverup) or she was woefully ignorant. Either she is criminal or incompetent. This is your legacy.

Your legacy is dust. You’re despicable.


Christopher L. Jorgensen




I never do this. I don’t post letters until I consider them dead. Usually this is about three months, but I know (and you know) that Rupert Murdoch won’t be writing me back. So why do I send out letters like this? I do it to inspire you to do the same.

Seriously, send what you think about Rupert Murdoch to:

Rupert Murdoch
News Corporation
1211 Avenue of Americas
New York, NY 10036

Will it make a difference? Probably not, but if this shitheel gets massive missives mentioning he needs submerged up to his nostrils in fetid gastric juices then maybe News Corp. might not vote to keep Murdoch around as an ass clown. (Yeah, I use too much alliteration when I get worked up!)

I think I was one of the first to call for the arrest of Rebecca Brooks. When others were calling for her job I said she belonged behind bars for being evil or criminally incompetent. Now I want to point out that if there is any justice in this world it’s time to arrest James Murdoch as well. It seems to me that a perfectly fitting end to the Murdoch empire is for both of them to go to jail, but I know this isn’t likely to happen, so I will settle for the son. Put him in jail and deny his father visitation rights. No phone, no letters, no email, no visitation of any kind. Then maybe on Rupert’s deathbed he’ll know what it feels like to be denied the voice of his child, denied an embrace, denied even a furtive glimpse.

“Murdoch Scandal” gives over 26 million results (hey, I just added one!). They are tainted beyond belief. Why any company would ever want anything to do with either ever again escapes me. If I owned News Corp. stock I’d sell it in a heartbeat. If I had my druthers I would never give another damn dime to anything even remotely related to Murdoch (father or son). Someone made browser extensions to help with this, but all that does is point out how much influence News Corp. has. I say they are too big. Break up the company and sell it off. Take those proceeds and divide them up among the victims of the hacking scandal.

At least that’s what I’d do if I ruled the world. That and piss on Rupert’s grave.

By Christopher L. Jorgensen


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Christopher L. Jorgensen
PO Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

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