Someone on Harry’s Place Oh look, it was Nearly Oxfordian, has asked whether the BBC has reported this:UK diplomat Suspended for anti-Semitic Tirade
Can anyone help?
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Interesting that the BBC uses all its publicity power to promote the fact that U2 have a new album out, even arranging it for U2 to play a “surprise” rooftop gig at the BBC, then push this out across the world media. By way of contrast, the BBC seems less keen to inform us of St Bono’s tax avodiance plans.
Poor Michael Fallon. He pops up on Today just after 7am to properly point out the shocking lack of due diligence exercised with this government over the exit terms for Fred the now Shredded and zap- he gets a verbal mauling from the BBC eunuchs. They sure know how to look after their friends.
Been too busy to blog but just wondered did anyone else hear John Prescott being interviewed this morning on Today? Only the BBC would consider Prezza as a suitable candidate with which to discuss rewarding parasitic fatcats. Do you think they were doing irony? Suffice to say Prezza gave his usual socialism uber alles speech, lovingly lapped up by the BBC.
Worcester and Hamas are twins!
(Well, Worcester and Gaza.)
Labour councillor Alan Amos, who first suggested the twinning, said:
‘Like many I have watched the plight of the people of Gaza, seeing them get bombed and bombed by Israelis with advanced military weapons.”
See! See what you’ve encouraged BBC? Not sure what the purpose of twinning is, but in this case it seems to be a political statement. Has common sense departed?