Saturday, 31 December 2016

Same old same old same old same old (etc)

Hopefully you will already have read it, but if you haven't David Keighley has a powerful end-of-year message at The Conservative Woman, and it's not a particularly cheerful one for those of us who have monitoring BBC bias. He begins:
The BBC heads into 2017 almost unchanged – and unscathed. 
Yet again during a cycle of so-called Charter renewal, the Corporation has repelled all boarders in terms of meaningful reform. 
In effect, its partisan position as a political advocate of the liberal Left, facilitated by its self-serving concept of ‘due impartiality’, has been cemented. Its attacks on the Brexit vote, Nigel Farage, Donald Trump, and anything to do with ‘populism’ (aided last week even by Prince Charles) continue unabated. 
The Corporation’s defence of uncontrolled immigration and unmodified multiculturalism - and in tandem with this, the systematic re-writing of British history and values to accommodate its visceral hatred of Western values - remains bloody-mindedly resolute.
Very sadly, it's hard to disagree.

1 comment:

  1. That's the truth! It's for a populist revolt against the BBC's "War on Britain.