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I have just seen a very odd news piece on BBC Breakfast. It started out describing how Eric Pickles is going after non-jobs in local government, and lists a few of them for good measure. Hey-hey thinks I, ears pricking up, this is more like it. However, the piece then morphs into how government cuts are starting to bite - and uses as an example the 'Medina Centre' on the Isle of Wight, which is an activity centre for disabled adults, and which has been targeted for closure. In other words a heart-tugging example of what heartless, cutting bastards the Tories are.

It will be unfortunate of course, but what the hell has this got to do with the very real problem of non-jobs!?! The desired implication made by the BBC is that if 'Local Government Excellence Support Cheerleaders' get the chop then the most vulnerable in society will suffer. A spurious assertion at best.

I found this very disturbing. Here is the link to the BBC website on the same topic - thankfully it does not go down the same route.

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You're right about the BBC.

Radio 4 has turned into a nest of resentful socialist vipers. There is no balance at all.

Media socialists are the new establishment snobs. On BH on Sunday morning, there was a bunch of clucking idiots, including the very self regarding Stella Rimmington wittering on about the cuts. Outraged they were. Nobody dared to point out that there is no money left.

The snooty headscarfed tory has gone and has been replaced by Jeremy Hardy.

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You're right about the BBC.

Radio 4 has turned into a nest of resentful socialist vipers. There is no balance at all.

Media socialists are the new establishment snobs. On BH on Sunday morning, there was a bunch of clucking idiots, including the very self regarding Stella Rimmington wittering on about the cuts. Outraged they were. Nobody dared to point out that there is no money left.

The snooty headscarfed tory has gone and has been replaced by Jeremy Hardy.

jeremyhardy.jpg

Yes Jeremy 'I had one joke twenty years ago' Hardy............another noted Marxist continues to climb up the greasy pole of socialist self-haters and Common Purpose graduates at the good old Beeb.

The BBC is hopelessly politically and socially biased as well as being disgustingly overpaid and privileged; they will continue to use every ounce of their influence and every trick in the NLP doublespeak book to maintain this position. The primary tactic will be of course to attack the Coalition in a way they would never have done with their bedfellows in the Liebour Party.

Still, don't worry, it's not as if you have to pay for them or anything :huh:

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News item yesterday lunchtime about school building stopping and they had ed balls on to slate it. no govt minister to explain why or anything.

Shameful.

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I have just seen a very odd news piece on BBC Breakfast. It started out describing how Eric Pickles is going after non-jobs in local government, and lists a few of them for good measure. Hey-hey thinks I, ears pricking up, this is more like it. However, the piece then morphs into how government cuts are starting to bite - and uses as an example the 'Medina Centre' on the Isle of Wight, which is an activity centre for disabled adults, and which has been targeted for closure. In other words a heart-tugging example of what heartless, cutting bastards the Tories are.

It will be unfortunate of course, but what the hell has this got to do with the very real problem of non-jobs!?! The desired implication made by the BBC is that if 'Local Government Excellence Support Cheerleaders' get the chop then the most vulnerable in society will suffer. A spurious assertion at best.

I found this very disturbing. Here is the link to the BBC website on the same topic - thankfully it does not go down the same route.

link

The problem of course is that you're so used to uncritical thinking about your worldview that if anyone else points-out the problems with it you consider it biased.

This of course is not bias but the manufactured consent within which you operate misperceives it as such.

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Same here. Last night on Look North, after I think government cut some education projects, they managed to find some school with asbestos roof. Most of my secondary schooling was conducted in temporary buildings.

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The problem of course is that you're so used to uncritical thinking about your worldview that if anyone else points-out the problems with it you consider it biased.

This of course is not bias but the manufactured consent within which you operate misperceives it as such.

That's an overcomplicated way of saying that you don't like what he has to say.

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