Sunday, 11 December 2016

Is the BBC biased?: "Previous winners include..."

Craig at has yet another example of the pernicious and incessant bias that the BBC thrusts down the British public's collective throats day after day after weary day.

'Whenever I go to the dentist I always ending up sitting in the waiting room hearing Steve Wright in the Afternoon. (Do all dentists go with Radio 2?) This Wednesday's edition, broadcast during my latest visit (which was an absolute delight), featured the following item in its 3 o'clock news bulletin, which I'll transcribe in its entirety: 

'Time' magazine has named the US president-elect as its Person of the Year. Mr Trump said it was a great honour. Previous winners include Ayatollah Khomeini, Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler.

Other winners - unmentioned by Radio 2 here - include Winston Churchill, Gandhi, the Queen and Ronald Reagan. '

The BBC's bias is clear and obvious, it's also dangerous. For all those reasons it should be stopped, why don't the government, a supposedly Conservative one, do something about this biased organisation? Are they frit?

The original article is here

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