WE’RE THE NEW GENERATION…

BBC fixated on Red Ed all day and his “triumphant” speech at the Labour conference. Look at the slide show the BBC is running here on their main news portal. Smiling faces, entranced photogenic fans smiling at the dear leader, and, of course, the sheer joy they fell when Red Ed puts the boot into former Comrades Blair and Brown. Today is day zero, mark it.
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42 Responses to WE’RE THE NEW GENERATION…

  1. NotaSheep says:

    Of course whoever the Party had elected would have had the same glowing treatment from <strike>Pravda</strike> the BBC; David Miliband, Andy Burnham, Ed Balls, even Diane Abbott. In fact the same would be true for Alan Johnson, Jack Straw and in fact anyone who was elected to be leader of the ‘political wing of the British people’.

    Do you remember the adulatory treatment accorded to Gordon Brown during his honeymoon period? Stop confusing the BBC with an unbiased news reporting service, they are propagandists for the Labour party.

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  2. Natsman says:

    It’s not just the BBC,  Channel 4 appears to be having a lovathon with the Labour party, and the new slimeball dear leader.
    It’s all vomit-forcing stuff.  Has the country gone mad?  Don’t they remember the last thirteen years?  There appears to be some form of insidious brainwashing occurring.  I hope to God it doesn’t get to me.  Mind you, I am of a certain age, which probably renders me immune…

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    • Martin says:

      The BBC are simply trying to erase the last 13 years. Expect the BBC to concentrate on reminding us of the evil of Thatcher now.

      Note that Red Ed put the boot into the one eyed mong so the BBC can’t trumpet the one eyed morons glorious 13 years now. Nor can the BBC attack the Tories over immigration. So the BBC will have to default to hating Thatcher.

      Well bugger me, now the BBC have picked up on the EXCELLENT ITV report by Tom Bradby. How comes twats like Toenails missed it but Tom Bradby didn’t? Could it be Toenails had his nose up Red Ed’s arse?

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      • Buggy says:

        The real question is what happened to Robinson between his leaving ITN (highlights including his revelation that the Blessed Antonio’s supposedly spontaneous cheering crowds in 2005 were actually bussed-in Labour staffers) and his re-joining the Beeb ?

        Has he actually been replaced by a robot (Robbo-bot ?) or do the BBC have the negs of his infamous ‘Swarfega Threesome’ with Mo Mowlam and Margaret Beckett ?

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        • David Preiser (USA) says:

          A combination of Drugs and Stockholm Syndrome.

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          • Buggy says:

            Possibly, but it really is the oddest thing. At ITN he was fun to watch in much the same way as Tom Bradby is now, but then he came back to the hive and *Presto ! Change-O ! * Suddenly he’s acting as some kind of supplementary propaganda wonk for New Labour.

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            • Martin says:

              It’s called ‘access’. Toenails has admitted that he withheld information to protect the Government. Toenails didn’t report heavily on the Mandelson Russian billionaire yacht trip, yet hammered George Osborne for his visit. Toenails admitted on his blog he wanted to go easy on the Government.

              Then Toenails sat back at Brown’s scummy mates piled in on the charity woman who has said that Brown was a bully. Toenails now admits Brown was a bully and had a violent temper.

              IT goes on and on. It was obvious as I’ve pointed out many times that Toenails, Marr, Sheena and Peston were on the ‘inside’ with Nu Liebour, Marr even acting on one occasion as Brown’s official spokesman telling the nation there would be no election. Even Marr looked uncomfortable at the time.

              But if you look, the likes of Jon Craig, Adam Boulton and Tom Bradby are clearly on the outside of Nu Liebour as now is the BBC with the Tories.

              All of the ‘exclusives’ that the likes of Peston got leaked have dried up.

              Robinson and co simply used to read out Downing street press releases as facts, now they have to work for a living.

              The BBC are full on twats and traitors to their profession. Remember how Judith Miller in the USA went to jail to protect her source? Unlike the BBC where they hung DR David Kelly out to dry.

              Creeping scum is too good a phrase to call the BBC, but I’m in polite mode these days, I’m sure most know what I really think of the BBC.

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      • Guest Who says:

        The BBC are simply trying to erase the last 13 years. 

        http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/nickrobinson/2010/09/ed_tries_to_shed_red.html#comments
        ‘It was a speech which only a new unknown leader could make.’Ya think?Almost like they are trying to erase an inconvenient past. One half expects a sort of May Day rally deal where he’s Photoshopped out of any cabinet meeting archives where some dire decisions were made… and gushingly supported… by an ‘unknown’ who happened to be a Minister and core driver of the previous project.

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    • hippiepooter says:

      How dare you Natsman, as our Prime Minister-in-waiting-fo-a-media-coup has made perfectly clear, the last 13 years of failure are entirely the fault of Blair and Brown and have nothing to do with him being Brown’s adviser for the last 6 years (Oh, he forgot to mention that last bit.  I’m sure the BBC will remind us).

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  3. Grant says:

    Reminds me of Kruschev’s 1956 speech denouncing Stalin ( not that I was there ).
    Loved the clip of Harriet applauding Ed when he said the Iraq invasion was a mistake and David M turns to Harriet and says “but you voted for it “.
    At the end of the day they are all communists and hate each other.
    Wonder if the Miliband brothers will ever speak to each other again. Actually, I don’t care. They all deserve each other. God help them.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Loved the clip of Harriet applauding Ed when he said the Iraq invasion was a mistake and David M turns to Harriet and says “but you voted for it “.  ‘

      Should be played, over and over. This, kids, it what a true, two-faced, grasping, hypocrite pol is like in action.

      It works on many levels, and represents a valuable lesson for history to learn from.

      Well, not if the BBC can help it of course.

      She’ll be on Marrshmallow before you can say ‘what are your thoughts on the Tory conference?’

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    • 1327 says:

      Grant as for if the Millipede brothers ever talk again I do wonder how long it has been since they did actually talk. I’m willing to bet they have been playing little power games with each other ever since they were old enough to walk. Its all very strange.

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  4. Craig says:

    I watched the ITV News (at 6.30) report before watching the Six O’Clock News. The difference in tone between the two was shocking.

    As Martin pointed out on another thread, ITV spotted some genuine news – the David Miliband-Harriet Harman exchange. (The BBC News Channel has now caught up). They also described what the speech was really like. Tom Bradby said his whole team found Ed Miliband’s speech “lacklustre.” Bradby seemed surprised at just how lifeless it was. The “Red Ed” soundbite was, said Bradby, its only star moment. Bradby balanced praise for Miliband in showing some political astuteness in the messages he was trying to get across with the damning verdict that today’s performance was very unlikely to make many voters take the idea of Ed Miliband as a future prime minister very seriously at all.

    The BBC Six O’Clock News was jaw-dropping. From the headlines through to Nick Robinson’s report, it was positive spin all the way. The footage was used to make the Dear Leader’s speech look like a barnstormer. Nothing whatsoever about its being (in Bradby’s words) “a bit flat”. “Is this man your next prime minister?”, began Robinson grandly, before beginning to stress Ed Miliband’s great will, his “ruthlessness”. (So not the indecisive character many say he is, then?). Nick then said that David Miliband “lost in part because his brother portrayed him as too Blairite” – so nothing to do with the trade unions?

    What a blinder of a speech Robinson made it look. What an underwhelming speech Bradby made it look.

    Tom Bradby’s report was followed by some vox-pops from a seat Labour lost in May. The reaction was pretty downbeat.

    Reeta C. on the BBC also gathered some vox-pops from a seat Labour lost in May. The reaction there was largely positive  – only one out of four had something negative to say about Ed Miliband, the one Reeta described as “open-minded” said he seemed like a breath of fresh air & the last of the four vox pops said Miliband was charismatic!! How likely is that as a straw poll, honestly?

    Only in the chat with Huw Edwards did Nick Robinson slightly break away from the North Korean Model of Broadcasting by saying that the Dear Leader is going to have to spell out some details over his policies. Now there’s a journalist fearlessly speaking truth to power!

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    • John Horne Tooke says:

      Is “ruthlessness” a virtue?

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      • Craig says:

        It certainly isn’t to most people, though I suspect the political class looks on it more favourably!

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      • hippiepooter says:

        Depends what you’re ruthless about I guess.  We need a ruthless purge of the subversives from the BBC, I know that.

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    • Martin says:

      Well said Craig, how the BBC get away with it is beyond me. Both Sky and ITV were unimpressed with Red Ed and ITV in particular were spot on.

      Tom Bradby is without the best political hack on TV, he’s happy to give anyone both barrels. His attack on Mandelson over Labour non doms was a classic, even causing the interview to be stopped. Mandelson looked shocked that a reporter dare question HIM.

      Mandelson is obviously so used to the simpering veral blow jobs handed out by Toenails, Marr, War, Maitlis and so on.

      The tone of the Tory conference from the BBC will be so negative (cuts’ splits etc.)

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      • hippiepooter says:

        I listened to the whole of his speech last night (sad, I know).  Nothing to get worked up about – just about middling I’d say.  John Prescott seemed deeply unimpressed!

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    • Demon1001 says:

      I like Robinson talking about Millibaby’s “Great Will”, allied to his “ruthlessness”.  Doesn’t this “Triumph of the Will” moment link to a previous ruthless Socialist leader in another country. 

      Yes Mr Robinson, I can see that link.

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  5. Julio says:

    Looks like the Traitor Party have picked up a tip from Obonga. He always had a bunch of attractive females fawning and drooling in the background for his televised speeches during the election campaign in the US. Looks like they’re going for the ‘gullible female’ vote aswell.

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    • John Horne Tooke says:

      The “Traitor Party” – I bet Martin had wished he thought of that :-D

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    • Guest Who says:

      attractive females’

      Gosh..where they?

      All I can see is that while the rest of class is off having fun and being normal, the milk monitor and teecher’s snitch has cobbled together a bunch of weeds and fuglys and hijacked the school Roneo machine to pump out BS on how great they are using the lunch money.

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      • Julio says:

        Whenever he’s being chased around Manchester by news crews he always seems to have a posse of student type totty in tow aswell

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  6. Martin says:

    Let’s be honest this is who the BBC/Liebour really wanted. Red Ed is just a beginner here. Red kim is who they really want

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    • Buggy says:

      Likey button no work. :(

      Old Kim does have the world’s most magical hair though, doesn’t he ? Kinda like Gary Oldman in “Dracula”

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      • Ed (ex RSA) says:

        He also appears to buy his glasses from the same place as Winnie Mandela. Perhaps somewhere in Pyongyang there is a special shop supplying glasses to the world’s communists and revolutionaries.

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        • Buggy says:

          Su Pollard used to wear glasses like that too.

          Who ever would have guessed that Peggy the batty chalet maid was really a mad-keen Trot, thirsting for red revolution and the chance to make the gutters run red with the blood of the bourgeousie? Not me !

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    • Only Winding says:

      Brilliant!

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  7. Buggy says:

    The glaasy-eyed bint on the front page looks like Mia Farrow in full nutjob mode.

    Perhaps she’s going to add a 40-something Anglo-Jewish Marxist to her “Rainbow Tribe”…….

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  8. George R says:

    INBBC won’t get its ‘boring again’ Red Ed off its permanent top billing, even for this, which the sane ‘Sky News’ has:

    “Multi-Attack Plot on European Cities”

    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-News/Multi-Attack-Terror-Plot-On-London-And-Other-UK-Cities-Paris-And-Germany/Article/201009415747154?lpos=UK_News_Carousel_Region_0&lid=ARTICLE_15747154_Multi-Attack_Terror_Plot_On_London_And_Other_UK_Cities%2C_Paris_And_Germany

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    • John Horne Tooke says:

      The BBC don’t want to end the pleasure of their new leader. Foiled terroist attacks  just cannot compete.

      They have got other news on their front page.

      Also in the News

      “Man filmed carrying carpet roll on mobility scooter”
       “Australian TV model show crowns wrong winner”

      The BBC have no space for trivia George.

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    • Buggy says:

      Give them a chance. It’s going to take a few minutes for them to work out how this can be linked to the Tea Party.

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      • David Preiser (USA) says:

        How can they attack Paris?  The French didn’t send troops to Iraq, so Mohammedans cannot have been “radicalized” against them.  This does not compute with what the BBC has told me several times.

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  9. Martin says:

    The only positioning we saw at the Liebour party conference was Toenails making sure he could slime up the bottom of Red Ed to keep his job safe.

    After all Toenails is used to having the leader of the Liebour party on his speed dial.

    And I think Red Ed has an ex beeboid as his press secretary or something, so the BBC will be in the good books.

    Thing is Toenails, there is no way ‘Wallace’ is going to win.

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  10. hippiepooter says:

    Couldn’t find the slide on Ed the Red’s adoring minions, but the photo of the youngest son of Kim Jong-Il whose tipped to succeed him looked scarily like Ed Milliband!  I hope there’s no record of Ralph Miliband having ever paid a fraternal visit to North Korea.  There are enough unfounded rumours floating around as it is.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-11431415

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  11. Phil says:

    Greedy BBC staff must be pleased that Ed Milliband will not oppose their proposed strike.

    The new Labour leader said he’d only oppose irresponsible strikes. A strike which deprives the junk TV watching classes of a few helpings of brain rotting trash like Eastenders, Casualty, Hole in the Wall and celebrity dancing competitions can hardly be described as irresponsible. If anything it’s exactly the opposite.  

    Mr Milliband should ask BBC staff to go on strike more often in order to lessen their corrosive and malign effects on the culture of the nation. 

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  12. Number 7 says:

    “We’re the New Generation”  That was the Monkees’ theme tune.

    Very appropriate!

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