Wendi Murdoch in pink
As the grand political theater, "The Fall of the House of Murdoch" continues, we saw how Murdoch's Ninja wife sprang into action to protect the Fearless Leader.
As a self-described activist and comedian approached the primordial ooze that is Rupert Murdoch with a plate full of foam pie, loyal bodyguard/wife Wendi Deng lept between the two and allegedly broke the attackers nose.
The pie-eyed activist was led away in handcuffs, Prune-Face removed his foam-soiled jacket and resumed his circular arguments with Parliament officials.
Wendi Deng has been hailed as the new model of an Asian "Tiger Wife" for the heroic defense of her paycheck.
Here is her known history, c/o MSNBC:
•Deng was born in Shandong, China, in 1968 to engineer parents. She was named Wen Ge, which is shorthand for "Cultural Revolution."
•She played volleyball in China.
•She married Jake Cherry, who along with his first wife had sponsored her student visa in 1988, The Business Insider reported. They divorced years later.
•She studied at Cal State before earning an MBA from Yale University.
•She worked in Hong Kong at Star Television, which is owned by Murdoch's News Corp
•Deng met Murdoch at a News Corp. party in Hong Kong in 1997. They married in 1999, weeks after his former marriage was dissolved.
•News Corp. paid Deng $92,000 in 2010 for "strategic advice" on MySpace's expansion into China, according to the Insider.
•Deng is Murdoch's third wife, and they live in Manhattan. They have two daughters, Grace and Chloe.
•She is co-founder and co-CEO of the film production company Big Feet Productions.
•She produced the film “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan,” which opened last week. At a weekend showing at the Southampton UA theater that Deng hosted, guests included Barbara Walters, Rudy Giuliani and designer Tori Burch.
But now for the dark side of Wendi Deng, from the comment section of the above link:
"If you really want to get the conspiracy theories rolling, do a little digging into Wendi Deng's relationship with the PRC's heaviest group of hardline communists.
What is somewhat common knowledge in China and never really brought up in the states (or the western world much at all) is that she wields signicant influence specifically with the worst of the worst Machiavellian element of China's governmental despots and has deep connections with the media control agency as well.
The supposed staunch advocate of the Right is literally married to the darkest heartland of old school Maoist militant thuggery.
Not all of china's government is bad, but the crew she sails with are waist deep in everything from Tiananmen Square to the violent crack downs on Falun Gong. I'm no fan of FG, but I'd set myself on fire before lying down with these guys; they have the meanest hard-on for crushing pro-democracy elements and human rights in their country."
So in the tradition of baseless assertions and speculation that the Dojo Rat Blog is known for, let's trot this one out:
Wendi Deng may be a Communist agent that successfully infiltrated the most powerful media empire in the world.
There is actually no difference between Western Fascists and Eastern Communists. Murdoch only wishes he and his slime-mold could simply roll the tanks into U.S. streets and mow down protests and social unrest like The Communists did in Tiananmen Square.