Yesterday, after it was proved that Rangers FC (IL) cheated the taxman and Scottish football I pondered on how the Scottish Hack Pack would spin this.
Was it going to be a case of them taking the opotunity to start a fresh and call a spade a spade ? Or would they revert to type and publish shite ?
Unsuprisingly they chose the latter.
One of the best examples came from M. Grant of the prestigious ‘London’ Times who declared that EBT’s were legal at the time RFC (IL) used them. We had ‘STV’ Grant a schil of the highest order telling us ‘nothing will happen to Rangers’ and of course wee BBC Chris telling us there was ‘no appetite at Hampden’ for another investigation.
Added to this a new phrase was added to the lexicon of deniers ‘the company that previously owned the club’. So far, so predictable.
Rangers Tax Case this morning tweeted “I once hoped that exposing Rangers’ tax scandal would purge the corruption and selective ignorance from SMSM. Forlorn hope.” It seem it was a forlorn hope for all of us.
Can I call once again on all Scottish football fans to boycott the churnalists and their media outlets ?
It’s really pretty straight forward all you have to do is stop following these liars and their publications. Block and mute.
Ask yourself this. What value do these hacks add to conversations or the truth?
There are plenty of alternative places to get your news untainted, there is a whole new media for fans run by fans.
If you keep feeding liars don’t be surprised if they continue to lie.
All the best. #HH
I’ll stick my neck out here
Here is my professional opinion as a web developer and security expert.
The Rangers site was not hacked tonight.Whoever put out that shambolic statement has direct access to the RFC site.
If it was a real life outside hack the person carrying it out would not have simply gained access and put out an article.
Firstly they would have hacked the config.php file and changed the database password. Then they would access the site as an admin and disabled or changed the passwords of any admin or authors etc on the site.
This would have been enough to put site access out of bounds to anyone but them for at least 48 hrs.
The reason I know this is because the TRFC site is built on wordpress which I know inside out. Also it has an ssl certificate (https) which encrypts all data and they use cloudflare as an extra protection against DDOS attacs.
There was no attempt to DDOS the site only to put up a fake and badly written article.
To hack a site like TRFC would take at least 2 months research and surveillance. So ask yourself this question.
Why would you spend hundreds of hours probing just to put out a shit and badly written article ?
It’s an inside job, someone has went rogue or someone wants to divert attention from the disastrous financial state TRFC are actually in ?
If it is true then TRFC are near Administration
Did the SFA/SPFL not see this coming in 2012 ?
Clowns were done over by Charlie Green or where they complicit ?
A daily record churnalist has been caught out on twitter slurring Celtic fans as paedophiles only hours after publishing an attack on Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell.
He was so excited about his first big ‘splash’ that he decided to celebrate by taking to Twitter.
Alan Clark who’s account is now locked is clearly someone who should not be near print media. In saying that it was the daily record which could never be classed as news print. More like a down market Daily Star with a dwindling readership.
Alan you should be ashamed of yourself and issue an apology on the back page of your rag.
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The site will open officially on the 20th. However I am leaving it open over the weekend for live testing. If you encounter any problems please use our Contact Form to give me your feedback.
You may originally experience some warnings in your browser when you visit at first as it takes time for the security and encryption certificate to propagate through out the web.
Could I also ask if you are planning to be a member of the site to register. This will let me get any problems ironed out before the official opening.
Please remember this is a test run.
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Thanks to all those who donated to our crowd funding the first of the money has been spent on
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Good day one and all.
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