Not feeling the love

 

 

This perfectly illustrates the bubble BBC journos live in as the People’s Republic of Islington inhabitant Daniel Sandford seeks a bit of love and sympathy for his problems…imposed by his Labour council based upon the green climate change agenda as promoted and championed by his own employer….not a lot of love forthcoming in the comments…lol…

 

Then again he doesn’t get a lot of love for this daft comment either…considering it was a BBC programme that was the catalyst for Osborne’s radicalisation as told by the police…[H/T Guest Who]

 

In a world of his own.

 

 

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14 Responses to Not feeling the love

  1. StewGreen says:

    Re air pollution : OMG They’ll be warning him & his Islington mates about their log burning fires next.

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  2. Guest Who says:

    Comments could… 😉

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  3. Nibor says:

    I say , doesn’t he have a cycle or catch a bus ?

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  4. StewGreen says:

    His previous Tweet in reply to Mail saying
    “BBC racked up nearly £13,000 on taxis for workers in just three days last Christmas”
    DS replied
    “Idiotic, daft story from an increasingly daft newspaper.
    Workers who have to get to work when there is no public transport
    (eg Christmas Day) sometimes use minicabs (NOT London taxis.)
    What is everyone doing over Christmas?
    Watching TV. Who makes the TV? The BBC.”
    Dec 2017

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  5. Fedup2 says:

    Sandford seems to display publicly his bias against people who don’t agree with his lefty multicultural view of the world . Journos really have polarised now and selective reporting according to their believes . Let’s hope the poor snowflake doesn’t get killed on the streets of N1 riding his bike . I suggest he use the Vicky line .

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  6. EnglandExpects says:

    The BBC should ban reporters from making political comments in a ‘private’ capacity. Better still it should have fewer left wing reporters. No chance of course.

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    • StewGreen says:

      Technically it is against the Editorial Guidelines for BBCNews & radio staff to express a political opinion
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      But management have got into the habit of interpreting it in the loosest way
      ie you’d have to say “Vote Labour” to get called out
      It is difficult cos normal people do have political views.
      But it is not “no-platforming if you censor BBC staff..cos the thing is what happens is UNEQUAL platforming as BBC staff use a platform with the prestige of a association with BBC..it’s a bigger platform than the rest of us have.

      To me what should happen is that Chris Packham should use his own name account to just talk about his BBC work
      and a separate ANONYMOUS account say @AnimalLover1 for his campaigning… then he can be as free as he likes.
      And he should change that handle every year so people don’t know it’s him.

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      • Guest Who says:

        Jasmine Lawrence did worse, got put on gardening leave for a short while, and then was promoted to the back office where she controls bbc editorial integrity.

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      • ToobiWan says:

        I caught a bit of Andrew Marr’s “The making of Modern Britain” the other night whilst flicking channels. It showed the Battle of El Alemein, the allies first victory since the war began and as Churchill said, “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” It then aired a news report from the BBC about the battle and the excited and joyous newsreader was said, according to Marr, to have “abandoned the BBC’s neutrality” regarding his excitable delivery. Seems the bastards were supposed to have talked the country down even then!

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    • Amounderness Lad says:

      Can you imagine the outrage from the bBBC if some police officer or somebody in the military started making comments, in a ‘private’ capacity, in support of some perfectly legal far right group, especially if such a person had a fairly high profile or was likely to attract a sizable public following?

      I wonder how long it would be before the bBBC became frantic with outrage and were demanding they were dismissed immediately, if not publicly hanged, drawn and quartered with their news cameras given pride of place on the front row to record the event for posterity and as a warning to other such deviants from the bBBC’s authorised version of groupthink.

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  7. Dave S says:

    Marr is beyond contempt now. Has he any idea how El Alemein was seen at the time? My father’s brother lost his best friend there and never really got over that battle.
    This is the trouble with these neutered progressives. They just do not think like real people. They have no feeling for their country because they are so concerned with how they are seen by others . it is and always will be just about them.

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  8. Dave S says:

    Sandford will soon find that the revolution devours it’s children . Welcome to the real world.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Fortunately once these beeboids show their real selves any future reporting is coloured whatever they say . Like attenborough talking about trump getting killed . Bang goes the sainthood David .

      Why these journos commit personal views to Twitter is beyond me – unless they’re on the booze or white powder

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