BBC unbiased reporting? I think not.

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I was going to wait until the programme (Panorama BBC 8.30pm) had finished, but I can’t contain myself any longer.

It’s here if you want to watch it;

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06bg6ty

This programme is nothing short of blatant propaganda ( Is John Ware the “investigative” reporter a tory I wonder?)

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/panorama/reporters/431061.stm

An attempt by the BBC to smear Corbyn and his politics; the same old drivel that the tory house papers have been churning out ad nauseum.

The BBC are throwing their hands in the air, wearing sackcloth and ashes and sacrificing their firstborn because Corbyn has the support of …. THE UNIONS.

Well John Ware,  the Labour Party grew out of the trade union movement of the late 19th century, and surpassed the Liberal Party as the main opposition to the Conservatives in the early 1920s. In the 1930s and 1940s it stressed national planning, using nationalization of industry as a tool, but it never favoured worker control of industry. Labour has had several spells in government, first as minority governments under Ramsay MacDonald in 1924 and 1929–31. MacDonald and half his cabinet split with the mainstream of the Party and were denounced as traitors. Labour was a junior partner in the wartime coalition from 1940–1945. After the famous 1945 landslide under Clement Attlee (1945–51) it set up the welfare state with the National Health Service, nationalised a fifth of the economy, joined NATO and opposed the Soviet Unionin the Cold War. Under Harold Wilson in 1964–70 it promoted economic modernisation

Isn’t it funny how some Blairite MPs, past and present also rush to try and discredit him … like Andy Burnham saying that the reason he didn’t want to vote against the tory Welfare Bill because he didn’t want to destabilise the party … oh purrlease. No one in their right mind should have voted for that bill as the DWP mortality statistics appear to prove.

I suspect these MPs are panicking you know. No one knows the outcome of the Labour leadership contest in a few days time but there is a possibility that Corbyn might actually attain the position of Labour leader.

I suspect these MPs are worried that Corbyn, if he gets in to power will whip them into shape!

If Corbyn does win it will be because people have democratically elected him and if the Blairite Labour MPs don’t like it … well, they know what they can do!

As for you John Ware, if the company you work for is having £145.50 of my hard earned cash when I have no choice in the matter, you had better bloody be impartial in your reporting.

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5 Responses to BBC unbiased reporting? I think not.

  1. Pingback: BBC unbiased reporting? I think not. | glynismillward189 | Vox Political

  2. I think the Corbynettes are going to have to get used to the fact that not everyone believes St Jeremy walks on water or else they will all be dead of apoplexy before Christmas.

    Sooner or later, someone is going to point out to the (mostly middle class) fans of Jeremy Corbyn that just because, some 50 years ago, a middle class, ex grammar school boy fancied playing the part of the working class rebel (with many fashionable causes) it does not make him, 50 years later, a tribune of the people. He is, and always will be, the standard bearer of Islington Man and Woman.

    One only has to look at the policies Corbyn has campaigned on in seeking votes from Labour Party’s mostly male, mostly white, mostly middle class, mostly public sector managerial employed selectorate to see how narrow his appeal will be outside of that bubble. For example, anyone concerned about the quality of public transport experienced by the many and not the few would be talking about bus not rail.

    And no one, concerned about equal opportunities for all post 18 would have launched his or her campaign by pledging to lift the burden of university fees off the offspring of mostly middle and upper parents. Only one third of young people go to university now, and no more would under a Corbyn led Government. Still, at least the Corbynettes would have the satisfaction of knowing they had campaigned for David Cameron’s son to go to Oxford University for free.

    I, for one, will not deliver any leaflets containing references to Corbyn’s free university tuition fees policy. The bright, shiny Corbynettes of the revivalist meetings are welcome to that privilege in the ward, one of the most deprived in England, in which I campaign. As it happens, me and mine come from that ward.

    In short, Corbyn is as much of a poseur in his way as Farage is in his. Alas, for the Corbynettes, the working class warm more to Farage, a graduate of Dulwich College, founded in 1617, than they do to Corbyn, who attended the private Castle House School and then Adams’ Grammar School, a selective boy’s school founded in 1656 by William Adams, a wealthy member of the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers. No wonder Corbyn does not do personal.

    Incidentally, I went to a very good Comprehensive School and I do not care who knows it!

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  3. mrmarcpc says:

    The BBC is government tv, despite all the tories rhetoric about it being too left wing, is nonsense and a smokescreen hiding the truth, they’ve always been right wing and that’s why the government will never get rid of it and so of course will not broadcast the truth about how many have suffered and died because of all the cuts, even though it’s supposed to be impartial and not shown to take sides but it has and should really come as no surprise, shame on them for reporting and telling the country lies when they should be reporting the full facts and telling us what is really going on, the current crisis that the BBC is going through is fully deserved so I guess that’s karma for you!

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