Monday, 28 November 2011

# 150 - WAR - Sunday Mail article by David Rose.

Good article yesterday explaining how the BBC's Roger Harrabin their 'Enviromental Analyst' oganised enviroment seminars for BBC executives.

BBC insiders say that the close links between the BBC and the University of East Anglia's two departments the Climate Reseach Centre and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Reseach have had a significant impact on its coverage.

One of the BBC's key aims was to portray the Climate Change debate as settled and to keep Climate Sceptics off the air.

The BBC was successful on both scores but then being INSTITUTIONALLY BIAS that is hardly surprising.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

#149 -WAR - Dale Farm inquiry.

Surprise surprise in the Daily Mail yesterday was the story that a BBC report on their own coverage of the Dale Farm protest was BIAS!!

A BBC spokesman said 'We note the findings which we have taken very seriously'

Like hell they have, these are just words, they never take any notice of reports which prove their bias as they are INSTITUTIONALLY BIAS.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

# 147 WAR - Financial crisis.

When oh when is the BBC going to report that the EU only has two options.

1. Break up the Euro Zone now and suffer some pain.

2. Keep trying to postpone the inevitable collapse of the Euro Zone and suffer worse pain later when it collapses.

When hell freezes over is my guess.

Friday, 4 November 2011

# 146 - WAR - Question Time Thursday 3rd November 2011.

David Dimbleby was his usual bias self tonight allowing Ed Balls to go on and on without interruption and yet drumming his fingers on the table when Peter Hitchens was in full flow.

David Dimbleby is past his best before date and so much part of the bias BBC as to be painful to watch.

Thursday, 3 November 2011

# 145 - WAR - Jeremy Vine Wednesday 2nd 2011.

Yesterday on the BBC Radio 2 Jeremy Vine show (about 1hr 10mins in), he interviewed Bill Cash and  Theresa Gorman. They were discussing whether the original Eurosceptic ' Bastards' should be recognised for 'being right all along'.

Then what did they do? They allowed 'Victoria" on, who lives in Luxembourg. And works for the EU. You've never heard such brainless propaganda, including the usual  "3 million of our jobs are tied to the EU". Someone should have been given the chance to refute this utter rubbish but the bias BBC finished with Victoria leaving the listener with her propaganda ringing in their ears.