Guess the BBC headline

President Donald Trump has dramatically scaled back two public outdoor parks, or national monuments, in Utah. The policy is likely to provoke lawsuits from Native American tribes and environmental groups. But it will be welcomed by ranchers and business interests who view such monuments as federal land grabs.

Now guess the headline:

1. Anger as Trump shrinks Utah Monuments
2. Trump’s shrinking of Utah Monuments is welcomed
3. Mixed reaction as Trump shrinks Utah Monuments

You don’t need me to tell you the answer. I think if everyone in America supported Trump’s decision except one person, they’d still go with headline 1 and highlight that person’s views.

Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Email this to someone
Bookmark the permalink.

9 Responses to Guess the BBC headline

  1. Fedup2 says:

    President Trump is Satan in human form – some say – the standard journo technique employed by al beeboids like Humph and his bastard son Robinson .,
    Anger at der der der fill in the gap.,

       25 likes

  2. taffman says:

    Or how about ………………….
    “Supreme court backs Trump travel ban” ?
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-42231806
    Watch out , maxincontinence will be along shortly.

       27 likes

  3. Fedup2 says:

    Taff – please make nice with him – he was looking forward to the end of the UK until the DUP saved us from the most inept PM since take -your-pick. Toady in the morning will be a regular w fest. Just hope they interview someone from the DUP but putting cash on Clegg doing his ‘we re all doomed ‘ act

       25 likes

  4. Fedup2 says:

    Guess the headline

    Only 7 out of 9 us Supreme Court judges back President Trump Muslim Ban. Trump loses popular vote. Feds investigate lack of Russian link .

       22 likes

  5. deegee says:

    Standard BBC procedure. If the person is someone the BBC approves of they emphasise the defence. If the person is someone the BBC doesn’t approve of they emphasise the attack.

       29 likes

  6. Deborahanother says:

    Trump is very popular in America because his policies are working and its what the majority voted for.
    BBC s never going to publish or air a positive word about him even though there is much of it.
    Obama is still their messiah.They hang on his every word. They must have enjoyed the sight d a diminished America so long as there was a black man in the Whie House.

    I remember seeing a documentary on RT about Obamas land grabs.Its one thing to protect the monuments and areas but they were using it to force ranchers off of land that had been in their families for decades. Again it was Obama apoligising to the native Indians ,but todays Americans were not responsible for that . Its like the Empire.I didnt do it so why should I apologise.

    The BBC has been even more of a disgrace this past few days if that were possible.If only the DUP were our government we could get rid of them .Sky has also surpassed itself in the back stabbing stakes.

       30 likes

  7. johnnythefish says:

    We’ve known ever since 28gate that the BBC is in the pocket of Big Green and is the subliminal voice of the UN’s Agenda 21 (where we will all be imprisoned in megacities whilst vast areas of the country are ‘re-wilded’ for the benefit of wolves, bears and newts).

    And for those of you old enough to remember, here’s an amusing little reminder of what the BBC would have been propagandising a few short decades ago:

    Forty-five years ago today, two geologists penned a letter to the president of the United States warning that the rocky decent into the next ice age might have already begun.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/12/05/the-1970s-global-cooling-scare-and-how-the-warming-scare-could-not-have-happened-without-it/

    You gotta larf else you’d die screaming…

       14 likes

  8. Mice Height says:

       0 likes

    • honestus says:

      Mice, I don’t know who the lady Catherwood is, but she twits without context. N.I did indeed vote proportionally for Remain but only as part of the wider UK. Aligning themselves in any way with Eire with any sort of customs or trade arrangement that differs from mainland U.K. will be seen as a further step toward re-unification. Eire are aware of this and are cynically pushing (via E.U.) for this outcome. The DUP are right to protect their interests to remain part of the UK wide Brexit agreement, should such a thing ever come to pass.

         5 likes

Leave a Reply