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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 19, 2007 at 17:29

Dear jKalvin, you wrote :

> J.S.,

> While I do not contest your point regarding the RAND proposals and their implied funding, you are absolutely incorrect about BBC World being biased towards Islamists. The BBC World network is one of the most objective news outlets in the world.

You must be kidding ! The BBC is one of the most biased and unreliable news agencies world-wide. It duly earned its name al-Beeb as being so pro-Islamic , if it is not secretly subsidized by the Saudis or other powerful Moslem "friends" . Its clumsy censorship and word-twistings are notorious.

When the Moslem Labenese provoked the riots in Sydney in 2005 , to hide their religious identity al-Beeb invented a new human subspecies characterised by "Middle Eastern (or "Mediterranean") appearance" and "origin" . Surpprisingly enough Al-Beeb didn't mean the Jews or Chrsitian Lebanese. The incidents provoked by Moslems were as usual in al-Beeboids " race-related violence" , "violence (...) spread nationally" , "racial hatred" :

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4525352.stm

They never mentioned that not a single Christian Lebenese (also of "Middle Eastern and Mediterranean appearance and origin") in Australia had been involved.

One blogger explained :

" It is a muslim problem. These young kids are raised separately from the mainstream australian community in male dominated families and in the mosques, on islamic principles. They are bred on hatred, particularly against jews and the united states. As a result they are trained to view the egalitarian, open democracy that is Australia as an evil, non-islamic place inhabited by jews and anglo scum. Their families are patriarchal, their view of women is that they are submissive chattels. They view non-islamic women as lower than dogs. Their views and alienated state are directly produced by their own communities, not as a reaction to australian society."

Al-Beeb would fire and ban any journalist courageous enough to call a spade a spade and quote the Australian observer . With its dhimmi attitudes Al-Beeb has to twist words. He who fears words is very afraid of the truth.

Look also at some other products invented recently in al-Beeb's word factory .

http://www.biased-bbc.blogspot.com/

> There are nearly seven billion perspectives other than that of your own. The principal goal of news organizations is to report on events, something the BBC is notoriously excellent at.

I wonder how many will agree with you on that particular point , dear jKalvin ? I guess that more people will assent to what a judicious reader said on the BBC :

" The news exists to make the future less surprising. Anyone relying on the BBC would be constantly suprised."

http://www.haloscan.com/comments/patrickcrozier/113498432510688238/#196153

> With the advent of 24-hour channels like BBC World, speculative, point-of-view discussion is frequently featured between half-hour news slots...

> Have you watched HardTalk? Stephen Sakur rips apart, indiscriminately, any guest that comes on the show. I think it would be difficult to make your point about the BBC.

And how long is "Hard Talk " ? Half an hour once a week with the rest 23 hours 30 minutes on Friday and 24 hours the other days of the week filled with al-Beeb's usual PC propaganda. Anyway, corrupt as it is , Al-Beeb isn't so stupid as not notice that people increasingly distrust what is being reported by it in such a clumsy way. To disarm critics it boasts of "Hard Talk" and its "objectivity". But one swallow doesn't make a summer .

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