A news Correspondent from BBC’s One Show has been Tweeting. This person. ‘one_uk’ describes him/herself thus: “Research Correspondent from the One Show trying to present a better image of the UK.
The frantic tweeting in question goes something like this:
”PLS RT Israel did to a 5-year-old Palestinian boy.He was killed a last night by Israeli air strikes.”
If this photograph is genuine, and similar pictures have been known to be ‘unreliable’ in the past, it’s very sad.
It’s an image of a young Palestinian victim, tragically killed by an Israeli air strike. Air strikes which the Palestinians themselves provoked by their own murderous attacks on Israeli civilians, including Israeli children aged four and six whose corpses probably won’t be appearing in any posed publicity pictures.
What the hell does a BBC employee think he’s doing letting him/herself blatantly perpetuate Palestinian propaganda without a care in the world while proudly advertising his BBC credentials for all tthe world o see. The BBC’s conduct in the latest outbreak of violence has already been heavily criticised.
War is a nasty business Mr. One Show Researcher, and the motto is, if you don’t like it, don’t start it.
I really should have focused on the tweet to CiF Watch.
“You will realise how powerful the Muslims r growing through the use of media. Your Zionist tweets will show the world what u are”
If that isn’t explicit enough for your bosses at the BBC, Mr. One Show correspondent, I don’t know what is.
I read in the comments that David Vance has been contacted by Heather from the BBC.
My sources have also been contacted by Heather Taylor and have informed me that she stated that the account “is not connected to us or an official account in any way.”
They still wished to know if there is someone who works for the BBC who may own that twitter account, and later received this assurance from Ms. Taylor:
“To the best of our ability, we are sure that this is not owned by a BBC employee. Twitter are also investigating this further.”