This was brought to my attention and I wanted to share it with you. It seems that although he is a genocidal thug who likes to murder his own people, the BBC has a SOFT SPOT for Syrian tyrant Bashar Assad. Surely not, I hear you say. I mean, what could he have said that might not sound too good that the BBC sees fit not to tell you? The answer is here.  And then here. An utter disgrace.

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4 Responses to LOVING BOY BASHAR

  1. chrisH says:

    Assad,, Nasser, Gadhaffi and Hussein….ALL were a synthesis of Islam and Socialism…Socialism with a convenient veil and prayers when needed.
    Ask Castro and Chavez-being a leftie who murders and detains your own people is “understandable”-backwards and trying so hard to overcome the capitalist scum who don`t share the good intentions of Uncle Joe…so bear with them eh?
    The BBC and the Guardian certainly do…


  2. Ian Hills says:

    Amazing, beeboids ejaculating at the thought that one day an Israeli plane might get shot down over Syria instead of the Turkish one that did. And grieving that an Israeli plane bombed a Syrian nuclear reactor (ie an atomic bomb factory) in 2007. They really are Satan’s brood.


  3. Biodegradable says:

    The BBC also has a soft spot for The Muslim Brotherhood:
    The Muslim Brotherhood

    Wed, 4 Jul 12

    Tariq Ramadan talks about how his grandfather founded the Egyptian Islamist movement.

    Listen to the BBC spin then read this:


    The Brotherhood’s founder, al-Banna, was a devout admirer of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime. During the 1930s, the Brotherhood became more political in nature and an officially political group in 1939. Over the years, the organization developed an apparatus through which to provide military training to its followers and to engage in political terrorism against Egyptian Coptic Christians and government officials