Apart from John Humphrys noting that Lord Malloch-Brown was ‘subverting democracy’ as he collaborates with a foreign billionaire to sell-out Britain to a foreign power, the EU, the BBC seems to have pretty much ignored Soros’ ‘cash for collaboration’ plot to buy influence over British politicians. If it was Murdoch? Did enjoy MB’s assertion that his treachery was ’empowering democracy’ and giving a voice to those whose vote for Brexit was a ‘howl of protest at being ignored’. He does this by ignoring their historic vote, their ‘howl of protest’, and by subverting that democracy.
The BBC doesn’t ignore Anna Soubry of course, she gets the red-carpet treatment, her every utterance treated, like the EU’s Barnum, as if an eternal and unquestioned truth. How different to other Tory Back-benchers who support Brexit and are regularly portrayed as mad fascists holding the party to ransom. Soubry gets a free hand to say what she likes as in the Week at Westminster where she claimed that she put the interests of her constituents before party, she is prepared to compromise, she’s pragmatic. MP’s must listen to their constituents. Of course her constituents voted for Brexit which is why Soubry puts their interests first by…er…trying to stop Brexit. The problem, as she sees it, is that her constituents didn’t know what they were voting for, no idea about the single market or customs union [despite it being made as clear as day by all parties in the referendum]. She moaned that she had been called a ‘traitor’ in the newspapers and says this has definitely led to death threats. Hmmm…maybe they called her a traitor because she is one…to her own constituents and to the British people who voted ‘OUT’. Her own actions led to the threats, can’t blame it on the papers who merely reported the truth.
Nice if the BBC spent more time pointing that out to all those Remoaners who demand a recount.
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