Did you read that theΒ BBC was not sceptical enough about immigration and the ‘European ideal’, according to one of its most senior journalists – John Humphrys? Thoughts? I don’t see how the Today programme has changed in any way and is still a toadying supplicant for the Euro ideal.

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  1. chrisH says:

    Did you hear the ludicrous Humphs interview with the Aussie Ambassador this morning-7.15 or so, Radio 4?
    She pasted him…albeit in a steely and polite manner-but she sounded like an Ambassador of a country that knows what it`s here to do…and Humph thought she was the guard in Gitmo, who would go along with removing the Union Jack from its flag.
    Worth a listen if you ever think that Humphrys is nothing but his own stuffed Spitting Image Puppet with a Hazel Blears Chatty Cathy chip inserted.
    FFS…give this aching bore no more houseroom-his interview today was embarrassing.


    • DICK R says:

      The Australians do not have an ambassador they have a High Commissioner !!


    • John Anderson says:

      What the BBC hates is that Australia had a very strict and determined policy on illegal immigrants and boat people trying to get across from Indonesia – keep them out. Simples. It is called “control of national borders”

      I was rather hoping during the interview that the Aussie lady would give the unctious and insulting John Humphrys a good slap across his smirking chops. Maybe she waited till the mike was off ?


  2. uncle bup says:

    The 70-year-old said that BBC staff are more likely to be liberal rather than conservative because they are the β€˜best and the brightest’ and tend to be university educated.

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    • hippiepooter says:

      Nothing in Harrumphrys mindset about being impartial because of their high standards of integrity. Shouldn’t matter what a Beeb journos politics are, so long as they can manage this.

      The leftie imbalance is more today with freezing out those who dont follow it.


  3. Dave s says:

    Never can it change now. Far too late. Stuck with the 68ers and their unquestioning children. Recruiting the same for two generations. The world is turning and leaving the BBC behind. May it rest in misery.


  4. Rob says:

    The BBC recruits from the Guardian the most illiberal liberal newspaper. The newspaper of the traitor, the favourite newspaper of terrorists. The newspaper that hates our Armed Forces and does everything in its power to undermine our Security Services. So what else would you expect to hire but left-wing illiberal liberals? You don;t even get chips wrapped in newspaper any more so unless you bought the Guardian or are sleeping under it your not likely to see the adverts


  5. chrisH says:

    I heard some crap about elephants fearing the voice of Masai blokes, as opposed to loving the sound of women from the Hampstead tribe( think that`s right).
    It was on Radio 4 on the freewheel to the 7am news-and of course it was “researched” by Slurriyewni…what with all those elephants in the Guildford Shopping Mall an `all.
    But at least I`ve got a name for that dead time running up to news bulletins at the BBC in its Toady Show…the “Elephants Graveyard Spot” where dignity, relevance and interest go off to die.
    This run up time normally has some rushed vox pox crap-usually to shut up Peter Robinson or any critic of MidStaffs-but it`s the elephants graveyard spot on the BBC from now on…
    Oh hell-Bonnie Greer doing the Lent Talk tomorrow…hetero whitey gets his true desserts at Calvary for not supporting Trayvon Martin.
    Can we swap this useless black bin liner for Piers Morgan?


  6. Fred Bloggs says:

    We are told how many new companies the new immigrants have started. Not so strange when you find out that being self employed, (i.e. a new company that would have to be declared) is one of the ways of getting around immigration rules for entry into the country.