Thursday, 31 October 2013

# 274 - WAR - BBC fuel povety propaganda.

Many reports on the BBC at the moment, about the energy price rises, include the comment or question to a government minster that many peole will die this winter because they can not pay their energy bills.

Coming form the BBC this is not news but pure unadulterated propaganda on behalf of Nu Liebour.

Please, and somebody tell me if I have this wrong, but don't many old people die in the winter from the cold and have done since time began and will continue in the future?

The BBC's Royal Charter says it needs to be impartial and report the news.

The BBC is the promotional wing of the left wing 'Establishment'.

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

# 273 - WAR - It's NOT a 'Bedroom tax'.

Under a Freedom of Information' request we now know Iain Duncan-Smith  has complained to the BBC that his Housing Benefit reforms are :-

'Not a tax and it is wrong to describe it in this way...It is not the job of the BBC to use misleading terms and promote the views of the Labour Party.'

Further to this the Tory Chairman,Grant Shapps, has said that the BBC could lose its exclusive right to licence fees in the 2016 charter review due to its bias.

A BBC spokesman said ....' we are satisfied that on the whole our coverage is fair, accurate and impartial.'

The trouble is when you are in a 'Guardianist bubble' you cannot see the right from the predominance of left!

Sunday, 27 October 2013

# 272 - WAR - BBC compared to Radio Moscow!!

Christopher Booker in the Sunday Telegraph compares the bias in the BBC to the output from Radio Moscow and concludes " The idea that Radio Moscow could ever recognise the extent to which its party line might be biased is as far-fetched as the thought that the BBC's staff might stop reading the Guardian." !!!!!!

Then following up from last week's 2 articles on the BBC there are 8 letters on BBC bias heading up the letters page. An Elizabeth Boon points how "those against government policy are given more time and consideration than those defending the government" and concludes " As far as I can see the only way is to privatise the BBC"

The BBC is bias - PERIOD - and because that bias is INSTITUTIONALISED and those in the BBC are mostly all left leaning then NOTHING will change until the licence fee tax is turned off.

Saturday, 26 October 2013

# 271 - WAR - The BBC and Climate Change.

Two great articles on Climate Change in last and this week's Spectator.

Last week we have Matt Ridley under the title 'Panic over!' explaining how any rise in temperature and indeed even carbon in the atmosphere is good for us. Of course this is NOT a subject the BBC even considered during its coverage of the latest IPCC report.

And this week James Delingpole, author of 'Watermelons', analyses and exposes the bias in the BBC's reporting of Climate Change on Radio 4's programme Feedback.

The BBC is very very very bias on Climate Change!! 

Friday, 25 October 2013

# 270 - WAR - Newsnight and the Guardian

Ross Clark of the Daily Mail has done sterling work today in the paper cataloguing the undoubted connection between Newnight and the Guardian.

Just in case you have forgotten the new Editor of Newsnight came form the Guardian.

The Guardian's influence over Newnight is considerable.

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

# 269 - WAR - Lord Hall quizzed by MPs.

Shock horror surprise!!

I read in the Telegraph today that Lord Hall of Birkenhead conceded that the corporation had to "avoid group-think" and admitted that the BBC is at risk of developing a "metropolitan bias."

He went on to concede that the corporation buys more copies of the Guardian than any other Newspaper!!!!

The BBC is institutionally biased to the left of British politics, is pro the EU having recieved soft loans from them and pro climate change having brought into the 'Green Agenda.'

Monday, 21 October 2013

# 268 - WAR - The Sunday Telegraph 20th Oct 2013

The Sunday Telegraph had a real go at the bias in the BBC last Sunday with its leader on page 33 titled:-

Are you happy, Tony Hall, about the BBC's bias?

Well exactly I've been asking the same questions for years!

The Leader pulled from two stories in the paper.

The first on page 2 by David Barrett which highlighted the bias reporting on the 10 O'clock news last Monday by Mark Easton, the home editor, in the wake of the European Commission's report on immigration. Iain Duncan Smith criticised it as unbalanced, which reading the transcript of the report clearly shows that it was.

Next on page 28 Robin Aitken, who was a BBC reporter for 25 years on the Today programme, wrote under the heading:-


Robin Aitken has just written a book of this name in which he clearly catalogues numerous examples to show why the BBC is bias.

For example he points out the the BBC's coverage of the Ralph Miliband affair concentrated on attacking the Daily Mail rather than asking the vital question as to whether Ed Miliband is a 'cultural Marxist' as a result of his father's influences. That was and is the important issue and not whether Ed's father hated Britain or not.

After 25 years in the BBC Robin Aitken should know if the BBC's reporting is balanced. My own analysis over the years concludes:-

The BBC is institutionally bias.  

Sunday, 13 October 2013

# 267 - WAR - The BBC protects its friends in the Guardian.

Robert Halfon Tory MP said last week ' It is incredibly sad that our national broadcaster has seemingly chosen to side with the Guardian and impose a news blackout on an alleged major threat to our national security by a national newspaper.'

The BBC obviously 'rejected this suggestion' but the trouble is they have shown INSTITUTIONALLY BIAS for so long they simply don't see how biased they are.

The Mail's Editor Paul Dacre said on Saturday :-

 ' This week the head of MI5 - subsequently backed by the PM, Deputy PM, Home Secretary, and Labour's elder statesman Jack Straw - effectively accused the Guardian of aiding terrorism by publishing stolen secret security files.

The story - which is of huge significance - was given scant coverage by the BBC which only a week ago had devoted days of wall-to-wall pejorative coverage to the Mail.

Again, I ask fair readers, what is worse: to criticise the views of a Marist thinker, whose ideology is anathema to most and who had huge influence on the man who could one day control our security forces... or to put British lives at riskby helping terrorist?'

The bias BBC always makes its choice based on protect the left and attack the right.

Thursday, 10 October 2013

# 266 - WAR - Energy price rises.

6 O'clock news on BBC 1 led with the SSE energy rise of 8.2%.

Why is this the lead story and still nothing on the Guardian newspaper damaging our security service - a much bigger story by any measure?

Because this gives the Guardian reading BBC the chance to attack the Tories and give Ed Miliband an uninterrupted one to one while the balance provided by Cameron has him talking to a group of workers in a factory. Miliband churned out some classic anti government pro consumer rhetoric.

When Miliband was interviewed why was he not challenged on introducing the MOST expensive bill in our history, The Climate Change Act 2008, when he was Secretary of State for Energy. This is one of the key reasons our energy bills are rising.

There is also a belief that Newsnight did not cover this story and the speech by Spy Chief Andrew Parker on Tuesday because the Editor of Newsnight is Ian Katz an ex-Guardian Executive. Well I never did who would ever expect that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If you want to watch left wing bias in action just watch the BBC news.

Monday, 7 October 2013

# 265 - WAR - The Respect at work Review 2012.

The above review or known as the Rose Report as it was led by Dinah Rose QC was commissioned by the BBC last year to look into 'haressment' at the BBC.

One of the submissions to the review was the dossier 'Bullying and Harassment at the BBC' which was compiles by the National Union of Journalists.

Despite there being ample evidence that the BBC is rife with bullying and sexual harassment little has changed as managers close ranks and most complainants fear that pursuing grievances will jeopardise their careers.

Over the years the list of reports, reviews and comments from departed BBC employees of all ranks have all highlighted work place problems and of course bias. Yet despite these reports and comments Old Auntie just keeps going on and on.

The BBC is far too large, cumbersome, bureaucratic, isolated from reality and institutionally biased to change.

Only two things will change the BBC. First when the money, in the form of the licence fee, is severely  restricted if not scrapped and politicians develop sufficient guts to insist on wholesale changes.      

Sunday, 6 October 2013

# 264 - WAR - Ed Miliband and his Marxist father.

I think my only comment on this is to quote Rod Liddle in this weeks Spectator in which he says :-

" I could write an article insisting that David Cameron was created from the frozen semen of Adolf Hitler by Soviet scientists and that he enjoyed nightly intercourse with feral goats - and still the Beeb and Channel 4 wouldn't give a monkey's. 'He's probably right,' they would all be saying to themselves, 'for once'. There would be no calls for sacking, or prosecutions. The Guardian 'Comment is Free' website would be utterly uninterested."

And there you have the BBC's bias explained from a former editor of the BBC Radio 4's Today programme who is still a member of the Labour party albeit he is in my opinion nothing like as 'pink' as he once was.

The Right don't complain about BBC bias perhaps for fear of upsetting the them while the Left are amongst friends at the BBC and complain about and to anyone who challenges their take on things. Also it is as though the have a guilty conscience which needs to be defended.?

Thursday, 3 October 2013

# 263 - WAR - Russians hold Green Peace crew for piracy!

With regards my joke in post # 262 I cannot recall the BBC putting this story on their main TV news items.

No real surprise there then!!!

# 262 - WAR - Biker joke!!

A Biker in a combat jacket is riding by the zoo in London when he sees a little girl leaning into the lion's cage. Suddenly, the lion grabs her by the collar of her jacket and tries to pull her inside to slaughter her, under the eyes of her screaming parents.
The biker jumps off his
bike, runs to the cage and hits the lion square on the nose with a powerful punch.
Whimpering from the pain the lion jumps back letting go of the girl, and the biker brings her to her terrified parents, who thank him endlessly. A reporter has watched the whole event.
The reporter addressing the
biker says, 'That was the most gallant and brave thing I've seen a man do in my whole life.'

The biker replies, 'Why, it was nothing, really, the lion was behind bars. I just saw this little kid in danger and acted as I felt right.

The reporter says, 'Well, I'll make sure this won't go unnoticed. I'm a Guardian journalist you know, and tomorrow's paper will have this story on the front page... So, what do you do for a living and what political affiliation do you have?'
The biker replies, I work at Buckingham Palace
and I'm a Conservative.
The journalist leaves.
The following morning the biker buys the Guardian to see if it indeed brings news of his actions, and reads, on the front page:



     ...and THAT pretty much sums up the approach of the left leaning news these days so typical of the Guardian and BBC...?