Shouldn't the Guardian Come Clean?

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Dear Co-conspirator,

We need your help fighting left-wing hypocrisy. For months The Guardian has been attacking the City, bankers, hedge funds and companies like Barclays and Vodafone for using legal and prudent tax strategies. Over the past two days Guido’s blog has revealed that the Guardian Media Group has itself hundreds of millions of pounds of assets held offshore in the Caymans and invests tens of millions in hedge funds.  They have been caught hypocritically doing exactly what they condemm others for doing.

On Monday we revealed that the Guardian is guilty of exactly the same business practises it deplored Barclays doing The Guardian: Uncut and Full of Cant

Yesterday Guido wrote an open letter to Alan Rusbridger asking him to come clean after we revealed tens of millions invested in hedge funds by the Guardian Media Group: Guardian Invested Millions in Hedge Funds During Banking Crisis – Editor Rusbridger on Board Which Approved Strategy

Today we’re asking you to call out the Guardian editor on his paper’s hypocrisy, if you have a Twitter account we’re asking you to tweet directly to the Guardian’s editor, Alan Rusbridger, a clear message to #ComeCleanAlan by just clicking on this birdie image:

Help fight hypocrisy by just clicking.

Guido


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