Sometimes the Blair Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is so baised that it makes my jaw drop.
I listened to the Six O'Clock news on Radio 4 and was struck by two massive examples of propaganda masquerading as news. Some of it has been linked to their news site.
First, the BBC has boldly mounted a defence of the multicultural agenda so close to it's rotten anti-British heart. Apparently our State Broadcaster has commissioned a poll (Whoops, no chance of bias there!) to examine the views of the British people post 7/7.
Guess what - the majority of Brits just can't get enough of the unfettered multicultural agenda that has contributed to the carnage on the Tubes last month. 62% of the population carry a death-wish apparently. Maybe they are the people who vote for Labour and the Glib-Dems?
And as for our dear Muslim friends, almost 90% of them just LOVE the multicultural approach to life in the UK. They can't get enough of it. I was curious about who were the 10% that have a problem with it and concluded that they were probably too busy down the local Mosque figuring how to slaughter some more of their British neighbours to pay attentio to the poll. I see that Conservative prospective Leader David Davis has welcomed the BBC poll - oh dear! Supping with the devil means you better have a long spoon handy.
Next up on the propaganda agenda was an item on Northern Ireland, and the loyalist paramilitary attacks on some Roman Catholic homes in Ahoghill - an issue we have already covered in an earlier post. To my amazement the BBC Ace reporter declared that this latest instance of violence might set back the "great progress" made since the IRA issued its "historic statement." Excuse me this is pure Blair guff. On what basis does the BBC decide there has been "great progress", which criteria do they use, who have they asked? And who decides that an IRA statement is "historic" other than the IRA and its good friends in high and low places.
The BBC is institutionally leftist and cannot help itself parroting the views of its Paymaster general - the Labour Government. That is fair enough, I'm all for expression of opinion - but why are our taxes being taken from us and used to fund such blatant misuse of power?