As you know, I am standing in this UK General Election and as part of that process have been involved in several media events/debates, this morning one such took place at the BBC in Northern Ireland. You will all be pleased to know that I was introduced as a blogger who runs a site called “Biased BBC”. Nice to know they know we watch them. Sadly, there was no further discussion of BBC bias but there was plenty of evidence of it.

Islam was brought up to me an issue and I was challenged on a quote from A Tangled Web. Having canvassed thousands of Belfast doors by now, oddly enough this issue has not been brought up by ONE voter, but the BBC seemed disturbed to read that I take a very concerned view over a religion that has inspired some to commit 9/11, 7/7, and so many other horrors. I note that no other panellist had their personal opinions sought and questions asked related to Party policy. A dhimmified BBC might not like it but I felt obliged to point out that many people in the UK have issues over Islam and Jihad – this apparently classifies me as “a bigot”. I was also asked regarding Party Policy on Immigration and because my Party seeks a complete moratorium on Third World immigration until we deal the 1m + illegal immigrants already here, the insinuation of me being a racist was also planted.

So, if you have issues with Islam, or if you have issues with the tsunami of illegal immigration swamping this country, beware good old Auntie! I trust I will be invited back to discuss WHY so many people think the BBC is indeed biased. They might need more than 45 minutes to discuss it.

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  1. Jack Bauer says:

    David –  was that you dressed up as a “Mrs Duffy” in Rochdale stirring up trouble?

    BIGOT. noun. A person who doesn’t agree with the Institutionally Leftist establishment.


  2. David vance says:


    Eh up, you saw through my disguise! 😀


  3. David Preiser (USA) says:

    I like how Stephen Nolan introduced you as being “in the hot seat”.  I didn’t hear anything about Biased BBC or Islam.  Was that a different show?

    Nolan’s constant barrage of “How much? How much?” was so simplistic – not to mention a Labour talking point – that he killed all credibility as an impartial broadcaster.  He just made stuff up as he went along.  Good job on making him give that apology, which was dripping with insincerity and resentment.  He openly defended Labour when arguing with you, directly comparing your debt reduction ideas with Labour’s.  He did the same thing to the SDLP guy, who at least had the guts to say that Nolan had trouble with figures.  Unbelievable.  Well done for standing up to him and making a solid case for your economic views.

    Best of luck at the election next week.


    • hippiepooter says:

      I’ve just heard the podcast with Stephen Nolan.  I’ve only ever heard him interview you and Nigel Farage before, so I can’t really judge him as biased without more to compare him to, but he certainly came over as biased.

      I thought you got a good and well deserved blow in with ‘your dull, repetitive byeline’ and your unequivocal refusal to work with any terrorist Party whether it be UVF, UDA or IRA.

      I see your party got 13-14% of the vote in the Euro election and already has an MEP.  Wow!  I look forward with great interest to election night in Northern Ireland.


  4. Millie Tant says:

    How predictable. At the BBC, they salivate like Pavlov’s dog at the mere mention of anything to do with Muslims or Islam. It’s pathetic.

    Was that debate this morning on radio or television and is it available online or anywhere?


  5. George R says:

    I do not regard the BBC as an upholder of free speech.

    The BBC invariably supports:
                                              1.) Islam, against the critics of Islam;

                                              2.) mass immigration, against the

                                              critics of of mass immigration;

                                               3.) the EU, against the critics of EU.

                                               4.) multiculturalism, against its critics.


  6. David vance says:

    Thanks for comments but this is a different BBC TV show to be broadcast next week.