22 Responses to HEROES?

  1. john in cheshire says:

    Sue, the bbc is one sick organisation. I don’t believe there is any cure for its condition, other than total destruction.


  2. Martin says:

    The BBC are pure vile scum.


  3. pounce_uk says:

    Err guys I don’t really wish to blow my own trumpet, but I think you will find I beat big nose to the punch on this story.


    • Span Ows says:

      oi, who are you calling big nose, big nose.


      • pounce_uk says:

        Span Owls wrote:
        “oi, who are you calling big nose, big nose.”
        My big nosed reply taken from Cyrano de Bergerac:

        My nose is Gargantuan! You little Pig-snout, you tiny Monkey-Nostrils, you virtually invisible Pekinese-Puss, don’t you realize that a nose like mine is both scepter and orb, a monument to my superiority? A great nose is the banner of a great man, a generous heart, a towering spirit, an expansive soul–such as I unmistakably am, and such as you dare not to dream of being, with your bilious weasel’s eyes and no nose to keep them apart! 

        Not to be taken seriously but looking in the mirror (and my shadow) I feel that puts me well in front.


  4. cjhartnett says:

    “Jailed for his role in the murders…” ?
    Rather like Shipman was jailed for his role in pre-empting the Assisted Dying Bill?…or Ian Brady and his role in reducing the pressure on school places?
    F*** me!…the BBC are fast turning into Goebbels with an aromatherapy oil burner aren`t they?


  5. cjhartnett says:

    Oh wait!
    Just heard Emily Maitlis say that she has Giles Fraser in the studio to-and I quote-“ask if the church should bend to the prevailing political winds of the day”…or suchlike!
    Ooh…ooh…let me guess…and I`ll not think of switching off the telly until I get my answer!


  6. magiclantern1 says:

    It really does expose the wickeness of this vile organisation.

    Simply shocking.


  7. John Horne Tooke says:

    A reminder of what this murderer did.
    “The two youths, Ronen Karamani, 18, and Lior Tubul, 17, were last seen Saturday night at the close of the Jewish holy day when friends dropped them off on a main road leading north from Jerusalem.

    They had said they intended to hitchhike to the home of Tubul’s girlfriend, who lives in the northern suburb of Givat Zeev and was about to leave on vacation in Eilat.

    When the two youths did not arrive, police were notified, and search parties were organized. Helicopters, trained dogs and professional trackers took part in the search.

    About 1:30 p.m. Monday, searchers found the bodies about 20 yards apart in a ravine off the road. One bore about 50 stab wounds, witnesses said, and the other’s skull had been bludgeoned.

    “The way they were tied down, the way they were stabbed points definitely to a political murder,” Turner was quoted as saying. “There was no reason to think that these two normal, good teen-agers were murdered for any criminal reason.”

    Late Monday, police began a massive search for the killers, believed to be Arabs who picked the boys up on the road”

    Now a story by the BBC on the release of a convicted ETA terrorist.

    “The decision outraged groups representing the victims of Eta, whose militants have killed more than 800 people in their four-decade long fight for an independent Basque state.

    “This is not a game,” insisted Angeles Pedraza, president of the Association of the Victims of Terrorism, who complained that convicted terrorists were being treated more favourably than paedophiles or rapists.

    “We’re talking about killers and there should only be one path for them: they should be judged, sentenced and then made to spend every year of their sentence in prison,” Mr Pedraza said on Tuesday.”

    The BBC really are made up of  nasty anti-semites


  8. wild says:

    If I was a British Jew the thought that I am forced to pay for the BBC would make me physically sick.


  9. Alfie Pacino says:

    To summarise – Murder = Resistance to occupation…
    Dear God!


  10. ian says:

    Would I get a sympathetic hearing from the BBC if I blew up Broadcasting House?


    • john in cheshire says:

      ian, only if you were a muslim freedom fighter, determined to show the world that islam is truly the religion of peace; or is that pieces (of body parts)?


  11. noggin says:

    The palestinian arm of the biased broadcasting cresent, completely abhorrent
    The bar gets lower again, is it possible to get any lower in shameful propaganda?

    might as well start exposing them on memri tv …. vile


  12. DP111 says:

    From the BBC link

    Shammasina was sentenced to 23 years in jail for his role in the 1990 murder of three Israelis and a further 20 years for planning a kidnapping. Despite spending almost half his life in prison, he does not regret his actions.

    “When there is an occupation, you’re forced to,” he says. “It’s your duty, the duty of every Palestinian, to resist the occupation. If I didn’t resist, I would just have surrendered.”

    Then at the end of the article

    Both deny that they are a security threat to Israel. 

    Their fervent hope is that the Israelis will one day agree and allow them to return to the West Bank.
    So they do not regret what they did. That means if they get an opportunity, they will murder more Israelis. 

    BTW, has anyone pointed out that the BBC could be an antisemtic organisation?


  13. dave s says:

    The BBC reporter and the entire news organisation will live to regret this.
    AS with the Fogel family it will not be forgotten.


  14. caroline stanley says:

    So, what are we going to do about it?


  15. dave s says:

    I have been re reading the BBC news report. It does not get any better.
    The classic liberal argument that puts “context” above all else. Thus the context of the Palestinian situation is used to absolve an individual of responsibility for his actions.
    Besides infantilising that man by somehow absolving him of responsibility it also means that those past actions which led to the present can only be viewed in ” context”. In this case the alleged Israeli occupation.
    The victims are no longer important. They belong to the past and must be viewed in “context”.
    The liberal uses this as a way of avoiding facing up to the reality of what actually happened .What happened was a brutal slaying carried out by a man who , if morality is to mean anything at all, must take responsibility and suffer judgement.
    The BBC reporter shows no sign of understanding this . Liberal morality is all sympathy and a refusal to judge. It is without merit , cowardly and anti life.