A new Katya Adler piece for the BBC News website is being trailed on Twitter. Both the tweet and the piece use the same main photo:
Now that Boris Johnson has requested a new #Brexit extension(ish) - will EU say yes or no? Might they offer a long or a short extension? My latest thoughts from Brussels /1 https://t.co/Dte6Row0mG— katya adler (@BBCkatyaadler) October 20, 2019
As Roland Deschain at B-BBC adds, "Not a biased picture. Not at all."
I’m guessing this is a reference to the new Joker movie - if so be careful what you wish for, the Joker leads a revolt against the rich establishment.ReplyDelete
*Despite what the herd left want you to believe, they are now the establishment.
From Quadrant, Australia's leading intellectual journal of conservative opinion:ReplyDelete
"It is unfortunately clear that, like their political brethren, many members of the British establishment feel no sympathy with or loyalty towards many if not most of their fellow countrymen. This lack of feeling was noted by David Goodhart, author of The Road to Somewhere: The Populist Revolt and the Future of Politics. At a dinner some years ago at Nuffield College, Oxford, he found himself sitting between Lord O’Donnell, then head of the civil service and Mark Thompson, then director-general of the BBC. He was surprised when both agreed with the proposition that migration to Britain should be maximised and that global welfare took precedence over national welfare. It is little wonder that despite community concerns, immigration has continued unabated, notwithstanding numerous promises by politicians to slow it down. It must be a comfort to British fishermen whose livelihood the EU has destroyed to learn that their sacrifice was for a greater good...."
BBC Editorial Integrity in the Photo Ed dept. painted large.ReplyDelete