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Excellent website which evidences what anybody with their eyes open and half a brain knows; the BBC is the taxpayer funded media wing of Liebour. The stats on where the BBC spends it's advertising budget and recruits tell you all you need to know.

If you don't believe it try 5 Live on a Sunday morning; their comedy satire hour this morning for instance spent an hour belittling the Coalition, bigging up Milliband, blaming all the problems created by Liebour on Thatcher and making sick paroday comments about the Brighton bombing.

Still not as if we are coerced to pay for it :angry:

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Saw a self confessed Zionist get a free ride on a discussion of Islam and Islamic terrorism this morning. Sickening.

I have to agree, it isn't all ZaNuLieb propaganda, I heard Cleggover getting an insanely easy ride from Martha Kearney while Cameroon was on holiday.

He muddled up the debt and the deficit, and made a ludicrious statement that the debt problem would be sorted by the end of the parliament, which went completely unchallenged.

F*****g disgraceful.

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Excellent website which evidences what anybody with their eyes open and half a brain knows; the BBC is the taxpayer funded media wing of Liebour. The stats on where the BBC spends it's advertising budget and recruits tell you all you need to know.

If you don't believe it try 5 Live on a Sunday morning; their comedy satire hour this morning for instance spent an hour belittling the Coalition, bigging up Milliband, blaming all the problems created by Liebour on Thatcher and making sick paroday comments about the Brighton bombing.

Still not as if we are coerced to pay for it :angry:

Was that a repeat of the one on Friday evening at 7pm ish? It had sandi toksvig and sue perkins on it and one of the 'jokes' was that the coalition are the people who put the n in 'cuts'. No jokes or mention of the huge NuLab deficit fuelling a massive and growing debt though.

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I have to agree, it isn't all ZaNuLieb propaganda, I heard Cleggover getting an insanely easy ride from Martha Kearney while Cameroon was on holiday.

He muddled up the debt and the deficit, and made a ludicrious statement that the debt problem would be sorted by the end of the parliament, which went completely unchallenged.

F*****g disgraceful.

Agreed.

Whilst I do not dispute that there is a large amount of propaganda on the BBC, not least by ommission, it is a grave mistake to oversimplify the issue, the souces and the causes. The BBC is a large and diverse (sorry) organisation, also subject to some creepy influences and some obvious pressures.

For example, if they gave Labour an easy ride on occasions, it might equally be because they were the government of the day, not simply that the BBC is a nest of Trotskyists.

New Labour of course was well in with Murdoch, untill he decided to change horses.

Edited by Laughing Gnome

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Unfortunately you have to go to far right/racist websites and sift through the other crap there to have it pointed out, but it always makes me laugh when they post a BBC crime report alongside a local press and Telegraph/Mail/Independant crime report. 9/10 if the offender is non-white the BBC will omit that fact, every other news outlet will carry it

Has the BBC got an agenda. :D

I did watch BBC 3 news the other night. All 30 seconds of it. I found that quite unbiased. They didnt have enough time to get going with the BS.

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Good analysis of the farce that was Question Time this week

http://biased-bbc.blogspot.com/2010/10/more-questionable-time.html#comments

I found Dimblebys ridiculing/interrupting of Warsi disgraceful.

On both Dimbleby programmes IDS and Baroness Warsi were taking a very long time to make their points

David D used to be exactly the same with people like Claire Short when they went on too long

Maybe it's because when you're in governemnt you need longer to explain decisions because often they are unpopular and they don't feel it's fair to give the extar time

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Was that a repeat of the one on Friday evening at 7pm ish? It had sandi toksvig and sue perkins on it and one of the 'jokes' was that the coalition are the people who put the n in 'cuts'. No jokes or mention of the huge NuLab deficit fuelling a massive and growing debt though.

Nah...............a different one with another bunch of pointless leftie rich kid 'comics'. Still all trying to rehash the same material champagne socialist Ben Elton used in the 80's.

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Just turned on 'Look North'

[Which is the BBC's nightly news programme in the North of England]

They had a long article about the fact that some councils in Towns in the North are considering turning off streetlights earlier to save money.

Reporter suggested this could cause an increase in crime.

Pan to the only politician they interviewed, a Labour bloke, who was stood under a dead streetlight, saying it was penny pinching Tory Cuts.

No alternative point of view offered whatsoever.

Edited by Dan1

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