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TOPIC: BBC bias
#184783
Green Man

BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
We all know the beeb has a liberal bias.

This book is very intriguing and I think King and Co will learn a thing or to.

www.amazon.co.uk/BBC-Brainwashing-Britai...4pe7L&ref=plSrch
 
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#184787
Silent Minority

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6567141...Jeremy-Clarkson.html

There are many who put up with it because they like its political stance...forgetting the crap that comes with it....feminism that supports false allegations etc...a public broadcaster should be neutral....or better still make it self supporting...scrap the license fee....
 
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#184790
Green Man

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
RTE is not much better either.

Sky News should be could be called 'Sly News' the daft bint Burley who slept her way to the top, is another one with an agenda.

Why don't the media like hard working Conservatives?
 
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#184795
Barney

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
RTE, the Irish national broadcaster - BBC's equivalent - is more like a regional one here.

An audience of half a million would be high, and the service is geared to Irish, Catholic and GAA news.

GAA being the sports organisation for sports such as Gaelic football and hurling - which never exported.

It also blatantly copies every successful TV format in the UK - from X Factor to Match of The Day.


Embarrassingly - it refused to broadcast Father Ted, thinking that the predominantly Catholic population would be offended.

Ironically the programme became the country's most popular and made many there laugh at/ridicule the church - when it was under the spotlight for other reasons...


 
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#184799
Silent Minority

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:
RTE is not much better either.

Sky News should be could be called 'Sly News' the daft bint Burley who slept her way to the top, is another one with an agenda.

Why don't the media like hard working Conservatives?


Media bias has always existed...and with all except the BBC you can vote with your wallet and go elsewhere....the idea of state run bias brings back memories of Hitler,CCCP....and even Franco.....those few who still think it's a price worth paying have little knowledge of political history.
 
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Green Man

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Silent Minority wrote:
Green Man wrote:
RTE is not much better either.

Sky News should be could be called 'Sly News' the daft bint Burley who slept her way to the top, is another one with an agenda.

Why don't the media like hard working Conservatives?


Media bias has always existed...and with all except the BBC you can vote with your wallet and go elsewhere....the idea of state run bias brings back memories of Hitler,CCCP....and even Franco.....those few who still think it's a price worth paying have little knowledge of political history.


Fancy a pint Silent Minority?
 
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#184804
Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Not if he sees you first Green Man.
 
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#184807
Green Man

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Not if he sees you first Green Man.

Ouch.

Anyway - I joined this site for the Tipsheet. What the bloody hell happened to that and the unsold UK Record 45s you produced?
 
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#184808
Silent Minority

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:
Silent Minority wrote:
Green Man wrote:
RTE is not much better either.

Sky News should be could be called 'Sly News' the daft bint Burley who slept her way to the top, is another one with an agenda.

Why don't the media like hard working Conservatives?


Media bias has always existed...and with all except the BBC you can vote with your wallet and go elsewhere....the idea of state run bias brings back memories of Hitler,CCCP....and even Franco.....those few who still think it's a price worth paying have little knowledge of political history.


Fancy a pint Silent Minority?


I'm terrible company in the pub GM....just ask Barney,I used to serve him in The Colebrook in Shirley.
 
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#184812
Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Green Man wrote:
RTE is not much better either.

Sky News should be could be called 'Sly News' the daft bint Burley who slept her way to the top, is another one with an agenda.

Why don't the media like hard working Conservatives?


Slept her way to the top?
 
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#184825
hedda

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
Rupert Murdoch has successfully dumbed down all of Britain's media.

He literally hates the alleged British 'Establishment' and especially the Royal Family...not that he would have survived without them.

But I perceive it's all about money with Rupert and he would have backed Fidel Castro if it financially suited him (apparently he was extremely left-wing at Oxford)

Now that's he been discovered reading Utopia For Realists (it's brilliant ..needless to say the author channeled Hedda) is he seeing the light in old age?

The only flaw..now I read his heir & successor Lachlan is apparently more right-wing that Rupert.

That's Lachlan who sent a memo around to all staff when I worked at News Corp saying "don't bother using the internet- it's a passing fad".
Shortly after Rupert paid a fortune for My Space !!
 
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#184840
Silent Minority

Re:BBC bias 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
hedda wrote:
Rupert Murdoch has successfully dumbed down all of Britain's media.

He literally hates the alleged British 'Establishment' and especially the Royal Family...not that he would have survived without them.

But I perceive it's all about money with Rupert and he would have backed Fidel Castro if it financially suited him (apparently he was extremely left-wing at Oxford)

Now that's he been discovered reading Utopia For Realists (it's brilliant ..needless to say the author channeled Hedda) is he seeing the light in old age?

The only flaw..now I read his heir & successor Lachlan is apparently more right-wing that Rupert.

That's Lachlan who sent a memo around to all staff when I worked at News Corp saying "don't bother using the internet- it's a passing fad".
Shortly after Rupert paid a fortune for My Space !!


He looks so old and ugly now....but then again he always looked old and ugly....he's even managed to make Jerry look the same....
 
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