Why I despise the BBC with a visceral hatred.

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  • Watch this and prepare to be gobsmacked. Half an hour of jaw-dropping information of why we're being infantilised, vulgarized, lied to, and subjected to social engineering on a grand scale by a bunch of extreme-left gay mafia.

    There are none who do so much harm as those obsessed with doing good.


    People are far more more likely to believe a lie if they want it to be the truth.

  • I agree, this is extremely interesting but something I sort of knew because my intuition tells me the BBC is a load of crap. I have not paid the TV licence fee for many years. I do not watch live TV.

    The BBC is the most corrupt Establishment in the UK. The licence fee should be scrapped. UKIP had this on their manifesto, hence UKIP has been wiped out by the BBC and others.

  • There are none who do so much harm as those obsessed with doing good.


    People are far more more likely to believe a lie if they want it to be the truth.

  • Excellent interview in that link, Cerbs. And especially because the interviewee was permitted to speak for once. One has become accustomed to BBC interviews conducted by rude, arrogant interrupters who refuse to allow anyone of an alternative opinion to get further than a few words before they climb into him or her with their boots on.


    A pleasure to see someone allowed to speak, apart from a pleasure listening to what he has to say.

    The vagabond who's rapping at your door

    Is standing in the clothes that you once wore

  • Excellent interview in that link, Cerbs. And especially because the interviewee was permitted to speak for once. One has become accustomed to BBC interviews conducted by rude, arrogant interrupters who refuse to allow anyone of an alternative opinion to get further than a few words before they climb into him or her with their boots on.


    A pleasure to see someone allowed to speak, apart from a pleasure listening to what he has to say.

    I thought you might find it interesting, LW, and having worked for the BBC for 26 years, Mr Aitken obviously knew what he's talking about; but Peter Whittle isn't a BBC interviewer. It's from a Youtube series tagged 'So what you mean is . . .?', and produced by an outfit called the New Culture Forum.


    Another interesting interviewee who features quite a lot on this show, is Peter Hitchens. Trouble is that Hitchens mumbles so much you can miss a lot of what he says; so I recently emailed Peter Whittle (tongue-in-cheek) asking him to remake one of the Hitchens interviews I'd watched, but before doing so, ask PH not to mumble so much. lol The trouble is that he (Hitchens) hardly moves his lips while he talks, so it's impossible to fill in the gaps, so to speak. Actually he'd make a bloody good ventriloquist. :D

    There are none who do so much harm as those obsessed with doing good.


    People are far more more likely to believe a lie if they want it to be the truth.

  • Excellent interview in that link, Cerbs. And especially because the interviewee was permitted to speak for once. One has become accustomed to BBC interviews conducted by rude, arrogant interrupters who refuse to allow anyone of an alternative opinion to get further than a few words before they climb into him or her with their boots on.


    A pleasure to see someone allowed to speak, apart from a pleasure listening to what he has to say.

    If you think that is peculiar to the BBC you obviously haven't watched Piers Morgan and Susannah Reid on GMB

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  • I don't think it's peculiar to the BBC. It's endemic.

    The vagabond who's rapping at your door

    Is standing in the clothes that you once wore

  • I don't think it's peculiar to the BBC. It's endemic.

    The BBC leads the way though. They're so dumb they even believe NASA's space crap, and even the Salisbury/Novichok pantomime. Just tell them you're an expert on something or other and they'll believe every word you say. :rolleyes:

    There are none who do so much harm as those obsessed with doing good.


    People are far more more likely to believe a lie if they want it to be the truth.

  • I wouldnt pee on the BBC if it was on fire. A vile organisation. It should be put out to tender forthwith.

  • Another politically correct sport to be taken on by the BBC.


    https://www.digitaltveurope.co…h-extreme-e-digital-deal/

    No wonder the BBC is heading for a fall. I saw every Fran Bruno fight live, at the venue, until he went to SKy pay for view then I stopped. BUt I still think Frank is a great guy. That said.. the BBC used to show all the greatest sporting events. Now they are more concerned the presenters are Gay and black, if female she is wearing a Hibab.

  • Viewers used to complain that there is so little sport free to view on the BBC these days

    So when they do find some, people complain

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  • Viewers used to complain that there is so little sport free to view on the BBC these days

    So when they do find some, people complain

    Not just any sport, though, Bryan!

    Black lives matter

  • Not just any sport, though, Bryan!

    Well when needs must, they started showing womens football and cricket when it started. Now it is gaining ground Sky have grabbed it

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  • Well when needs must, they started showing womens football and cricket when it started. Now it is gaining ground Sky have grabbed it

    BBC will be resorting to tiddlywinks soon. Hopefully, it will be a subscription service soon!

    Black lives matter

  • BBC will be resorting to tiddlywinks soon. Hopefully, it will be a subscription service soon!

    I agree that it should be but there are a hell of a lot of viewers who do not want a subscription service. The welfare state has produced a dependency culture which demands that the state provides, preferably for free

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  • The BBC can do whatever it chooses, apparently they have chosen suicide... but as long as not with my money I dont give a Fig.

  • Whether or not a given charity is a worthy cause, one wonders where the 'cash strapped' BBC found a spare £700,000 of our licence fee money to stump up to this one.


    https://www.tvbeurope.com/tvbe…00-to-film-and-tv-charity


    Honestly, the BBC is talking about cutting our services because the government has allocated a reduced budget, and yet it can just 'find' a few hundred grand of our money for this! Will they never learn?


    Time for another haircut, I think.

    Black lives matter