Terry Wogan is the only celebrity paid for Children In Need
Can We Trust the BBC?
Can We Trust the BBC?
This book asks a big question: can we trust the BBC?
The BBC is the most famous media brand in the world and
it is growing bigger and more powerful every year. Its reputation
depends on honest and accurate journalism. But this book argues that
the Corporation's own pervasive left wing political culture imperils
its impartiality. It demonstrates how some groups and viewpoints
get favourable treatment while others are left out in the cold.
The book examines the concept of 'public sector broadcasting' and
asks if that has come to mean simply radio and television free of
commercial bias. It argues that there are other 'hidden persuaders'
that we the audience should be alert to. Drawing on the author's
twenty five years as a BBC reporter and executive, the books blends
analysis and sharp polemic to paint a vivid picture of life inside
the news machine from a uniquely privileged point of view.
It also tells the story of how the BBC responded to a dissident in
its own ranks. With the future of the BBC now the subject of a
government White Paper, this book will be a timely contribution to
the debate about public broadcasting.
BBC's Children in Need racket
They also manufacture the same lies and deceit for their domestic abuse propaganda.
Boycott all BBC pleas for money.It is not only Wogan that is leeching off a so called donation for children in need.
Few needy children get money from this scam.We have
seen proof that lesbian groups have been getting money
from what is supposed to be CHILDREN in need
WOGAN'S FEE FURY
VETERAN TV presenter Terry Wogan says he is "offended"
at the furore over the fee he takes to host the BBC's
Children in Need appeal.
Wogan pocketed more than £9000 to host the big night
in 2005 - and may have raked in £170,000 since 1979.
Yesterday he hit out: "If I knew such a ridiculous
thing was going to come out of it I wouldn't have
taken the money in the first place.
BBC Bloody Big Con
BBC BLUE Peter faked premium rate phone-in
Should this come as a surprise? We could NEVER
understand why anyone would call a tv company to
increase their profits to fund MORE propaganda.
The BBC have been on the fiddle for years
A black mark for Blue Peter
BLUE Peter has faked a phone-in. What is the world
coming to? If the Beeb's squeaky-clean kids' show is
getting sucked into the ongoing TV phone-in scandal,
nothing is safe.
Blue Peter bosses confessed that they roped in a
youngster visiting the studio to phone in and win a
prize after technical problems prevented real callers
from getting through.
Producers admitted a "serious error of judgment".
Too right it's serious. Admittedly, calls were raising
cash for the Blue Peter charity appeal.
But kids were still duped. They thought they had a
chance of winning a prize when they didn't.
Why couldn't the famously strait-laced show simply
tell the truth?
Why couldn't they say gremlins had wrecked the
competition and run it on another day?
Blue Peter's phoney phone-in is just the latest in a
string of telly contest scandals.
On Tuesday, Channel 4 suspended horse-racing phone-ins
after viewers continued to be charged after a contest
Callers to the same channel's Richard and Judy show
have also been conned.
And last week Channel Five admitted "winning
contestants" on its daytime Brainteaser quiz were
There were problems with ITV's X Factor while the
channel's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and
BBC's Saturday Kitchen are being probed.
And that's before we even get to the dodgy questions
on premium rate quiz shows.
But Blue Peter is the biggest shock of all.
And it prompts the question - if they are prepared to
break the rules, why would you pick up the phone for
any telly contest?
BBC ignoring public opinion
What our groups have been saying about the BBC for
YEARS.They are the Illuminati propaganda merchants.
This article still presents a distorted view of what
is behind the Bloody Big Con
BBC 'guilty' of ignoring public opinion says senior
The public service broadcaster has come under fire
from one its senior executives for not listening to
A senior BBC executive has admitted the politically
correct views of the corporation are at odds with most
of its viewers.
BBC commissioning editor for documentaries Richard
Klein admitted the broadcaster was out of touch with
the British public, saying it was guilty of "ignoring"
Speaking to a room full of TV viewers and BBC staff,
he suggested that if the current situation continued
it could affect the organisation's long-term future.
Klein said: "By and large, people who work at the BBC
think the same and it's not the way the audience
thinks. That's not long term sustainable."
"We pride ourselves on being 'of the people', and it's
pathetic.....Channel 4 tends to laugh at people, the
BBC ignores them."
His comments, reported in the corporation's in-house
magazine, come on the back of news earlier this week
that a string of BBC executives and journalists have
admitted that the corporation is institutionally
Details from a recent "impartiality" summit held at
the BBC highlighted how some of the corporation's own
top staff now believe it is guilty of promoting
left-wing views, is biased against Christianity and as
an organisation is disproportionately dominated by
GAYS and ethnic minorities.
It was also claimed the BBC overtly promotes
multiculturalism and is anti-American and
Klein, who made his views known at an "audience
festival" organised by the BBC last week to find out
what its viewers think, admitted that the BBC's
liberal internal culture did not match that of the
wider British public.
He said: "Most people at the BBC don't live lives like
this, but these are our licence payers. It's our job
to reflect and engage."
The TV executive, who sponsored a study to find out
what issues concerned viewers, even warned other BBC
staff about the dangers of ignoring popular opinion.
"They may be challenging to us, but don't dismiss
them", he said.
His comments come after repeated claims that the BBC
has misjudged the mood of British public.
Last month the corporation was deluged with complaints
after a Muslim extremist was given 12 minutes of
airtime on Radio 4's flagship Today programme.
It also came under attack in the summer when it
broadcast a "sick" comedy, which showed Tony Blair
being assasinated and terrorists crashing a jet into
The BBC was also criticised last year after it was
revealed that the corporation had cautioned
journalists against using the word terrorist -
claiming the word was too judgmental.
More recently the BBC has agonised over whether
news-reader Fiona Bruce should be allowed to wear a
necklace with a cross on it.
Research conducted by the BBC showed that many viewers
felt "gagged and alone" and also believed mainstream
views were being driven underground.
Ann Davies, who carried out the research for the
corporation, openly questioned whether the BBC should
change its approach.
She asked: "Should we, the BBC, be a pressure valve
for that opinion? Should we help break the contraints
of the PC police?"
Research into audience members views showed that many
thought that political correctness had become endemic
One said: "Politicians know more about how a Muslim
lives than they do about what it's like to be me, day
in, day out."
WARNING OVER WATCHING TO MUCH BBC PROGRAMMING
Long term exposure to watching the BBC could leave you believing
1. That ALL men are prone to wife beating ,child abuse and rape.
2. UK judges are honest and have probity
3. The UK has a democracy
4. That the BBC is unbiased ,honest and has integrity
5. That the internet is bad for humanity and especially children.
6. That UK royalty are angelic and above the law
7. That there is no widespread fraud and corruption in our law enforcement and courts
8. There is no widespread land and property theft by banks and corrupt thieving lawyers
9.That it is credit card abuse that is the cause of bankruptcies and nothing to do with
litigation instigation by a corrupt UK legal system and huge legal fees imposed on anyone
who has their own home even if they dont want involved in that process and against their wishes
10.The establishment masonic controllers dont have anything to do with BBC news output
11.That the BBC programs aren't actually BBC programming and propaganda
12.That the BBC always stands up for the little guy against the state.
13.The BBC is not the mouthpiece for the Law Societies of Scotland,England ,Wales and Ireland.
14.That the BBC investigative reporters are never swayed by police and court press releases
about criminal hearings in UK courts.The BBC always have journalists in our civil courts when
massive land and property fraud is taking place disguised as UK LAW.
15. The BBC always take the view of the victims and dont SPIN stories and meticulously gather
information from victims ensuring a balanced view of incidents are published.
16.The BBC governors are hand picked from working class backgrounds and council estates
throughout the UK
17.All BBC senior positions are filled with people from deprived backgrounds to ensure
the poor and under-privileged are properly respected and protected by the UK's public
18.The BBC never threaten or drag through the courts poor under-privileged families for
not paying an illegal tax for a (supposed)public broadcaster.Even if they dont want to
watch the programs.
19.The BBC always shrewdly spend licence payers money on sending their reporters minimum
distances to UK courts ensuring they uphold human rights legislation and NEVER send
their reporters at huge expense to third world countries to selectively pick on their
governments human rights abuses to allow the UK and USA governments to move in and FIX
20. The BBC NEVER bully their staff particularly journalists in their newsrooms to
distort the news ensuring the UK public remain permanently bamboozled with lies ,deceit
and New World Order propaganda.
BBC Big Brother Censorship
THERE ARE LIES ,DAMN LIES AND THE BBC NEWS AND WORLD SERVICE
BBC DV FRAUDSTER BITES COLLEAGUE
The Bloody Big Con who promote venomous anti male radical feminist domestic abuse programs now exposed as its senior staff caught not only bullying but actually physically harming each other were a director general is reported to have bit a colleague.
Those who point the finger at so called abusers now once again shown to be the top abusers and bullies.Men do not need the BBC to continually undermine mens authority in the home by accusing men of the very abuse their own SENIOR STAFF are guilty of.
SMG the (Scottish Masonic Group) and owners of STV are another TV company pushing the radical feminist line with their continued anti male output a well worn illuminati ploy to back up the masonic monsters running our judicial system.Protecting and promoting their crooked judicial brothers stealing mens homes ,children and lifes work on the propaganda they continue to feed the populous.
Will Thompson be toast over the day he bit a BBC colleague?
Mark Thompson, the BBC's director general, is gaining a reputation as something of a rottweiler as he slashes into the corporation's staffing structure. Yesterday this image took on a physical manifestation when allegations emerged that, when he was editor of the Nine O'Clock News, Mr Thompson sank his teeth into the arm of a colleague. The BBC yesterday played down the incident as "high jinks and horseplay".
But Mr Thompson's victim, a junior member of staff who went on to become Kate Adie's producer, has disclosed that he considered making a formal complaint at the time.
The story emerged because Jeremy Paxman, the Newsnight presenter, was preparing to interview Mr Thompson for an internal BBC event and emailed the producer to ask if the incident really happened.
The producer, Anthony Massey, replied: "It was late summer or early autumn of 1988 when he [Thompson] was the newly appointed editor of the Nine O'Clock News, and I was a home news organiser. It was 9.15 in the morning, in the middle of the old sixth floor newsroom. I went up to his desk to talk about some story after the 9.00 meeting ... I was standing next to him on his right, and he was sitting reading his horoscope in the Daily Star (I always remember that detail).
"Before I could say a word he suddenly turned, snarled, and sank his teeth into my left upper arm (leaving marks through the shirt, but not drawing blood). It hurt. I pulled my arm out of his jaws, like a stick out of the jaws of a labrador."
He told his then boss, Chris Cramer, now a senior CNN executive, that he wanted to "bring the whole BBC disciplinary process" against Mr Thompson, but the incident "lost momentum" when Mr Massey was sent on a month-long assignment abroad.
In his email reply, Paxman wrote of Mr Thompson: "If any of this came out, he'd be toast."
Mr Massey passed the email exchange with Paxman to a friend, who passed it to other BBC colleagues, and it was quickly forwarded to scores of people, and leaked to the Guardian. There is no suggestion Mr Massey or Paxman intended the story to reach the press. Mr Massey and CNN de clined to comment yesterday; Paxman could not be reached.
After speaking to Mr Thompson, a BBC spokesman said: "There was an incident 17 years ago ... Mark would have been about 30. There was a pretty robust atmosphere in the newsroom then. There was some high jinks going on and Mark leant forward and did something like a biting gesture. He thought it would be quite funny but clearly it was hugely misinterpreted.
"Mark apologised. Our view is that it was a long time ago, there was an apology at the time, and it was high jinks and horseplay."
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THE ILLUMINATI ARE THE MOST SINISTER EVIL ELITE GROUP OF FASCISTS CONTROLLING MUCH OF WHAT IS PUBLISHED ,THE BANKS AND LEGAL SYSTEMS OF WESTERN SO CALLED DEMOCRACY.THE UK AND USA LEADERS ARE INDOCTRINATED INTO THE ILLUMINATI PRIOR TO BEING PUT UP FOR OFFICE.
THEY CONTROL BOTH SIDES OF THE COIN WHICHEVER WAY IT LANDS AND THE BBC ARE THERE BACKING, SUPPORTING AND PUBLISHING THE DESPICABLE EVIL AGENDA THEY HAVE FOR THIS WORLD.
YET THEY ARE NEVER MENTIONED IN THEIR EDITORIALS
Bullying is rife at the BBC
Union targets broadcasting bullies
Bullying is rife at the BBC, according to a union survey.
In a nation-wide survey of broadcasting journalists 87 per cent of those who had experienced bullying worked for the corporation. The survey was carried out by the NUJ.
BBC staff told the union they had endured bullying by managers for periods ranging from four months to an astonishing 15 years.
Several said things were so bad they’d had to leave their jobs. Virtually all said the BBC’s procedures for dealing within complaints was totally inadequate.
The union is today publishing a 12-page booklet, "NUJ targets the bullies". It is being launched at a special session of the Edinburgh TV Festival.
The findings come as the corporation is promoting a new set of values, which include staff trusting and respecting each other.
But comments from employees paint a different picture. Staff spoke of:
a culture of bullying from the highest level
managers covering up for each other
disciplinary procedures being a sham.
“I’m unwell with stress-related illness, have had almost a year off work and still have nightmares,” said one employee. “I felt hated,” said another.
In the survey, almost half of the respondents came from local radio and regional television, an area where, to quote comments from participants, “short term contracts were used as a weapon to threaten your future,” and “people who lodge complaints are treated as trouble-makers.”
Broadcaster Helen Reed, who collated the responses and is a leading light in the anti-bullying campaign, won an employment tribunal for unfair dismissal against the BBC after being bullied out of her job.
“This shows my experience is far from unique,” she says. “And it’s just a sample of members who were not too frightened to fill in the form. Multiply it through the BBC and it’s a serious problem.”
BBC Director-General Greg Dyke announced in May that he is sending hundreds of managers on courses. “Sending bullies on expensive training courses won’t solve the problem," says Helen Reed. "They need to be removed from ‘managing and damaging’ people. It’s not about money but taking real responsibility and wanting to end the culture of fear and intimidation.
“Of the bullies identified, 92 per cent were known to be serial bullies – and 94 per cent of respondents said they had no faith in internal procedures.”
NUJ National Broadcasting Organiser Paul McLaughlin said: ”Bullying is a serious concern in many workplaces and is prevalent in the media. As a public organisation, the BBC should lead by example and agree an independent procedure with the union to restore our members' faith and help to eradicate this scourge in our industry.”
The NUJ is launching the results of the survey at the Edinburgh International TV Festival on August 22. There will be a special session on bullying, organised by Sky and the Media Guardian, called "Suffering in Silence", at 4.15pm that day. Helen Reed will be on the discussion panel.
The BBC continue to run FALSE domestic violence campaigns highly gender based ridiculing MEN and using devious radical feminist fraudulent statistics to perpetrate their appalling illuminati one world government agenda.
They continually run stories that portray men as abusers and undermine mens authority in their home by promoting single parent lifestyles that allows the STATE to control our families and particularly our children.Our organisations have known for a very long time how the BBC propaganda is being used to control us ALL like cattle.RECENT revelations of BBC SENIOR management bullying staff in their newsrooms comes as no surprise to our organisations ,as it is generally those who perpetrate abuse that sit behind their false walls and point the fingers at others for the very crimes they themselves carry out .
THE BBC ,OR AT LEAST THOSE WHO RUN AND CONTROL THE BBC, HAVE BEEN SHOWN TO BE BULLIES AND WHO USE HORRENDOUS BULLYING TO PROMOTE THEIR PROPAGANDA OF ANTI MALE HATE CAMPAIGNS DESTROYING FAMILIES IN THE NAZI LIKE PLAN THEY HAVE FOR THE UK AND THE WORLD.
BBC PROGRAMMING IS JUST THAT, ONE WAY TO PROGRAM US ALL INTO A DEVIOUS NEW WORLD ORDER MASTER PLAN THAT CANNOT BE OBTAINED WITHOUT THE COMPLICITY OF ONE OF THE WORLDS BIGGEST PROPAGANDA MACHINES.
FULL STORY ON BBC BULLYING POLICIES
BBC NEWS MANAGEMENT BULLY THEIR JOURNALISTS
HOW THE BBC ENFORCE THEIR ANTI- MALE AGENDA
BBC NEWS MANAGEMENT BULLY THEIR JOURNALISTS
Bullying whistleblower loses case
TV newsreader Laurie Mayer, who lost his job for speaking out against horrendous BBC management bullying, lost his legal case as well, in September.
As a broadcasting presenter of 25 years’ experience he had been brought in, after presenting for BBC national radio and TV and Sky News, to add weight to the South East regional news, broadcast from revamped studios in Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
There he found that young journalists were being badly abused by the management team and he decided to speak up for them. In response the managers refused to renew his contract.
The BBC itself was forced by NUJ pressure to hold an enquiry that found the allegations were justified. But for Laurie Mayer himself there has been no justice.
Here he tells his story:
On SEPTEMBER 10 the Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed my claim against the BBC for unfair/constructive dismissal. This followed my whistleblowing action against the BBC for bullying – an action funded by the NUJ and turned down by a tribunal a year ago. The court found against me on a narrow point of law.
As at the Employment Tribunal, the BBC again admitted “bad and defective management” which was “highly regrettable”, but denied that it amounted to a breach of trust and confidence between employer and employee. And like the original tribunal, the EAT agreed.
The finding of the tribunal could not have been clearer. It was outspoken in condemning management’s conduct of a meeting that took place in June 2002: “One of the more disturbing aspects of this case,” it ruled, ”has been the way the BBC has sought, retrospectively, to blacken [my] name. Whilst he was working no criticisms were made of his performance or style of presentation, and it was only on 26 June and after these proceeding started that the BBC have sought to justify their actions by raising criticisms.”
What had so stung the BBC was my refusal to keep quiet about the bullying and harassment of staff by management in the newsroom at Tunbridge Wells. These complaints, spread over 15 months, were met by constant denial and, in the end, a cover-up at the highest level. The then Director General, Greg Dyke, was asked by the then BBC Chairman Gavyn Davies to look into my allegations. The D-G concluded, after a ten-day “thorough investigation”, that there was “no substance” to my claims.
But the very next day Richard Ayre, a former BBC head of editorial policy, was commissioned to conduct an independent inquiry, and this came to very different conclusions. Richard Ayre found evidence of “inappropriate management behaviour which could have led to people feeling intimidated” and a staff “drained and demotivated”. His report has never been made public. To this day it has only been read by a handful of senior managers. It wasn’t even shown to the tribunal.
The report found that I had revealed “ineffective management and a culture of bullying and harassment which caused discontent and suffering amongst the staff” and went on to state: “we have no doubt that the Applicant’s actions on behalf of his colleagues and his whistleblowing was a prime reason for non-renewal of his contract”.
The BBC admitted as much. An internal email from the Controller of Regions actually referred to my “troublemaking” as the reason for getting rid of me.
But hang on a minute. The Public Disclosure Interest Act of 1998 is supposed to protect employees who blow the whistle on wrongdoing from unfair dismissal. In my case the disclosures were “protected” in law because they related to the health and safety of staff. So why didn’t I win first time around?
It was down to a narrow technicality - my claim lodged in September 2002 was ruled out of time. It was a complicated wrangle related to the length of my contract, and we contested it, but it’s important always to beware the three-month time limit on tribunal applications. If you think you’re being subjected to any kind of detriment for whistleblowing, contact the NUJ at once.
The union’s backing for my case has been rock solid. We may have lost the legal argument but we did score an overwhelming moral victory and chalked up a number of significant successes.
· We forced the virtually unprecedented independent inquiry into BBC management.
· The employment tribunal substantiated all the claims of bullying and heavily criticised the corporation for failing to take sufficient steps to rectify the situation.
· The Head of Region has been removed from her managerial position and the other two managers involved have been redeployed elsewhere.
But has the BBC really learned the lesson that abusive management is simply unacceptable? After my tribunal the NUJ wrote to the BBC complaining of the bullying behaviour of their barrister who had reduced one of my witnesses to tears. Another witness was asked whether he was just “another pathetic victim of bullying.” A reporter told me he’d seen murder suspects treated with more consideration and respect. Shamefully, that letter has never been acknowledged.
Bullying remains rife throughout the BBC regions. An NUJ survey revealed that 40 per cent of staff in regional offices feel bullied but the corporation is still refusing to introduce an independent element to its grievance procedure. The current system is not compatible with the principles of natural justice or the provisions of the Human Rights Act, and the BBC’s Head of Human Resources has said it could take five years to come up with a new one.
Small wonder that staff have little faith in management’s willingness to tackle the problem. The sheer scale of corporate arrogance and its confidence that it can see off critics with impunity remains breathtaking.
But it is unsustainable. Post-Hutton the BBC’s doctrine of management infallibility is no longer credible; nor is mere lip service to the mantra that “we own up when we make mistakes”. The corporation has to be honest about its failings and sincere in its attempts to put them right.
The standard BBC strategy for dealing with claims of bullying and harassment is to ignore critics until they give up, or pay them to shut up and go away. In my case they offered a substantial sum to stop the appeal. I turned it down, but the size of the sum suggested they felt far from blameless or confident of the outcome.
For my part it would have been wrong to connive at keeping what the tribunal called this “insidious evil” under wraps. Sunlight is the best disinfectant. The deal would have gagged me from speaking my mind, and nothing is worth more than that.
BBC Radical Feminists Dumb,Dumber and Dumbest Programming
Former-Director General Slams BBC's 'Terrible Programmes'
A former BBC Director General has said the corporation produces "terrible"
programmes and female executives have not done a "great job of work", it
Alasdair Milne, who headed the BBC from 1982 to 1987, said he had nothing
against women but told The Times: "It just seems to me that the television
service has largely been run by women for the last four to five years and
they don't seem to have done a great job of work."
A spokesman for the BBC said: "(BBC chairman) Michael Grade and the BBC do
not share Mr Milne's views."
Mr Milne told the newspaper he spoke to Mr Grade over lunch, telling him
the BBC's programmes were "terrible" with far too many cookery and
"Dumb, dumb, dumb. I think the BBC has to pull its socks up quite
considerably," he added.
Former BBC boss blames women for 'dumb' programming
A former BBC head blamed women executives for making the television service
"dumb, dumb, dumb" and said they had dragged down the public broadcaster's
quality, in comments published today in The Times newspaper.
Alasdair Milne, who ran the BBC as director general from 1982 to 1987, told
the daily: "It just seems to me that the television service has largely
been run by women for the last four to five years and they don't seem to
have done a great job of work."
He described a discussion over lunch with new BBC chair Michael Grade: "I
told him I thought the programs were terrible."
"There was no innovation; constant make overs and far too many cookery and
gardening programs. Dumb, dumb, dumb," he said.
"I think the BBC has to pull its socks up quite considerably."
The BBC was quick to disagree with the statement. "Michael Grade and the
BBC do not share Mr Milne's views," a spokesman said.
Milne was described by The Times as one of the most influential heads of
the BBC, which is widely considered one of the world's most influential
He was forced out of his post in 1987 after a round of disputes with the
The 74-year-old defended his statements to the paper, saying he was not
biased against women in general.
"I have nothing against women, I've worked with them all my life," Milne said.
The BBC is a MALE HATING MONSTER that needs culling
Dyke attacks 'depressing' BBC successors
Greg Dyke, the former director general of the BBC, says he is "unnerved and depressed" by the direction in which his successors are taking the corporation. Eight months after leaving his post at the request of the BBC governors, Mr Dyke has attacked Mark Thompson, the new director general, for allowing rumours of job cuts to circulate and for failing, along with the new chairman, Michael Grade, to capitalise on the findings of the Butler report on Iraq.
Mr Dyke, 57, left the BBC after Lord Hutton, in his inquiry into events leading up to the death of David Kelly, criticised reporting errors by Andrew Gilligan on the Today programme.
In a subsequent inquiry into the use of intelligence in the build-up to the war in Iraq, however, Lord Butler upheld Gilligan's report that aspects of the government's dossier on Iraq's banned weapons were flawed. "Butler killed Hutton," said Mr Dyke, who wants to see the corporation reassert itself more aggressively in the wake of the inquiries. "The BBC has stopped defending itself. As a new chairman and a new director general, you'd rather not be involved, wouldn't you? But I don't think that's an option. I think at some stage they've got to come out. The longer they stay quiet the worse it gets."
In his first big newspaper interview since leaving his job in January amid emotional scenes, Mr Dyke effectively calls on Tony Blair to resign: "Go back to what the prime minister said to Hutton; 'If any of this had been true, I'd have had to resign.' Well, we now know most of it was true, Mr Blair, so why are you still in office?"
The former BBC chief was once a substantial donor to Labour.
Mr Dyke criticised Mr Thompson's failure to put an end to rumours of job cuts at the BBC, in the lead-up to charter renewal in 2006. "I'm unnerved about some of the things that have been happening in terms of the staff. I'd hate to think they're going to lose that relationship that we built.
"I hear them [the management] say, 'Oh, we're going to have to sack loads of people.' The whole place must be unnerved. You don't announce that you might get rid of people, because they all sit there destabilised. I think it's a mistake. That's not a great way of running a place."
He added: "Isn't it depressing that the way to appeal to a Labour government these days is to say you'll fire loads of people?" Since leaving the BBC, Mr Dyke has written a book and made a television programme about his experiences. He has continued to be critical of the government's conduct in the lead-up to the war. "We went to war on the basis of a set of crappy intelligence reports that someone within government knew was nonsense," he said.
Mr Dyke blames Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's former director of communications, for having exercised inappropriate influence over Downing Street and Mr Blair for having listened to him. "It is on Blair's conscience whether he should still be prime minister."
He cites the poor state of the Conservatives and the strength of the economy as the only things keeping the prime minister in office. "I think the damage to Blair is incalculable. I think he'll win the election, because there's nothing else and Gordon Brown has done a great job on the economy."
Mr Dyke tells how he expected that the BBC's governors would support him in the aftermath of the Hutton report: "On the day that I left, it had never crossed my mind that these silly bastards would respond in this way. Never crossed my mind."
He also claims that the governors would have supported him if he had been from a posher background.
Dyke said he intended to vote tactically for the Liberal Democrats in the next election.
THE DANGERS OF WATCHING BBC PROGRAMMING
For the un-initiated watching a so called public broadcast service with supposed world wide influence would make you think you were receiving news and programs made for the people.
On further inspection the BBC has been providing the UK and the world for to long with an ILLUSION .An illusion only being exposed thanks to the internet and it is no surprise the BBC constantly inform the public about the dangers to society and our children of internet use.
They are worried ,not because they wish to protect us or our children, but that we will learn the real truth that the BBC have been hiding from us for so long .It has and always will be the UK establishment mouthpiece ensuring the monarchy are promoted in the most favourable way and that the subjects (slaves) are kept in the dark about the true nature of what the BBC was set up for.
It is the brainwashing of the populace by subtle and devious means to ensure that ILLUSION continues to enslave the UK population while promoting the importance of having the richest people on the planet running every area of industry using draconian measures and the dark forces the Queen mentioned to Dianas butler after her death.
Those dark forces seldom if ever mentioned by the BBC as all the BBC senior positions are taken by establishment figures and the sinister creepy secret societies that have propped up the elite for so very long in Britain.
The BBC have a right to be worried about the net ,as its influence in world affairs is rapidly deteriorating as people become more aware of what the BBC actually promote.That includes an agenda which ensures men at every opportunity are castigated as fathers and claims from the BBC editorial that most men and fathers are guilty of all sorts from concocted BBC news reports.
It is not only the NET the BBC fear they also fear the strength of those men they undermine .As it will be the same MEN who will take on those who promote a sadistic system that we know are jailing vast amounts of men and locking them up in mental wards with enforced chemical lobotomies. One of our own members faced such a treatment with little attention from the BBC .That is something the BBC never tell us about as they are to busy destroying the relationships of men with their children while sending staff ,at british tax payers expense ,half way round the world to warm exotic countries to tell us about human rights abuses while they are on their own doorstep and blatantly ignoring.
We pay for their brainwashing in BBC imposed licence fees to ensure our poor are continually hounded by agencies employed by the BBC to search out our poorest citizens and drag them through courts for failing to pay for the propaganda they pump out that is ensuring the system will keep those who cant afford a licence forever in poverty.
The BBC also run charity collections such as "Children in Need " were most of the money collected doesn't go to children, but goes to hard line radical feminist and lesbian groups ,as jobs for the girls, a large percentage of those funds never get to vulnerable children.Most of those groups also connected with the promotion of dysfunctional single mothers rather than secure family units that are best for our children.
Many of our children are being made vulnerable by the UK's tyrannical legal system which the BBC have been promoting for so very long as the best in the world ,nothing could be further from the truth .They promote it regularly by parading and interviewing key legal figures in the system while ignoring the thousands of individual victims of the UK's corrupt courts.
Radical feminists Germaine Greer and Helena Kennedy regularly allowed to spout their venomous anti-male, anti-heterosexual marriage rethoric.
The BBC news vetted by members of the law society and an appalling conflict of interest when we know people who cannot get their legal cases exposed .
The BBC often gather information for stories ,but not to publish them ,only as another intelligence gathering agent for MI5 and MI6.
We have many people contact our organisations telling us how the BBC spent hours collecting information on a victim of the injustices within the UK that NEVER see the light of day .Either the BBC have reporters who have plenty of spare time on their hands or they are being publicly funded to gather evidence for the state .
The BBC take great pride in promoting themselves as a world leader in broadcasting .Yes they are a world leader ,but only in terms of the enormous amount of subtle brainwashing they have been expertly
manufacturing to ensure the establishment and their creepy secret societies continue to control and enslave our people and something our organisations intend to continue to expose ,that has been a major blight on the UK for far to long.
The governors of the BBC will always carry the establishment line as it is those very governors who are hand picked from the same establishment elitist system they take so much time and energy to support .
THE BBC RIGHTLY SHOULD FEAR THE NET AS IT IS EXPOSING THEIR ENORMOUS LIES
A survey of the main broadcasters' coverage of the invasion of Iraq shows the claim that the BBC was anti-war is the opposite of the truth
Professor Justin Lewis
Friday July 4, 2003
The recent furore about the BBC's coverage of the war in Iraq has generated rather more heat than light. But behind the government's attack on the BBC lies the serious accusation that the corporation's coverage of the conflict was anti-war. This claim goes much further than the much publicised attack on Andrew Gilligan - the BBC's critics in the government have clearly implied that Gilligan's stories are part of a more systematic, institutional bias. So, is it true?
The answer has little to do with the work of individual reporters - we know from previous research that people are influenced by the general weight of TV coverage rather than by particular reports. For this reason, we have conducted a more comprehensive survey of the way the four main UK broadcasters - the BBC, ITN, Channel 4 and Sky - covered the war. After careful analysis of all the main evening news bulletins during the war, we have been able to build up a fairly clear picture of the coverage on the different channels. Matthew d'Ancona in the Sunday Telegraph described how "in the eyes of exasperated Blairites - the BBC whinged and whined, and did its best to sabotage the war effort".
But the pattern that emerges from our study is very different. For example, we asked which of the four channels was most likely to use the British government as a source. The answer, it turns out, is the BBC - where the proportion of government sources was twice that of ITN and Channel 4 News. The BBC was also a little more likely to use British military sources in its coverage than the other three channels. When it comes to reporting the other side, on the other hand, the BBC was much more cautious. Sky and Channel 4 were both much more likely than the BBC to quote official Iraqi sources. The BBC was also less likely than the other three channels to use independent sources like the Red Cross - many of whom were critical of the war effort (Channel 4 used such sources three times more often than the BBC, Sky twice as often).
The government's case for war was based partly on the idea that most Iraqi people wanted liberation and hence supported the invasion. So to what extent did TV news portray the Iraqi people as welcoming US and British troops? This turned out to be a dominant theme of the coverage: across the news as a whole, the Iraqi people were around three times more likely to be portrayed as pro-invasion than anti-invasion. How far this represented actual Iraqi public opinion we have no way of verifying, but it fits happily with the government's version of events.
This ratio was remarkably consistent across all TV channels - with the exception of Channel 4, where the ratio was a little less than two to one. When it came to reporting the Iraqi casualties - clearly a negative for the government's case - we found fewer reports on the BBC than on the other three channels. Again, it was Channel 4 which was most likely to offer a critical note - 44% of its reports about the Iraqi people were about civilian casualties, compared with 30% on Sky, 24% on ITN, and only 22% on the BBC. The picture that emerges from our data is fairly clear: if there was a TV channel that was more likely to report information damaging to the government's case, it was Channel 4. The BBC, by contrast, was often the channel least likely to engage in "whingeing and whining". So, for example, when Tony Blair accused the Iraqi regime of executing British soldiers - a story Downing Street was later forced to retract - the BBC was the only one of the early evening news bulletins that failed to examine the lack of evidence to support it, or to report the rather embarrassing government retraction the next day. And when it came to the many other stories from military sources that turned out to be false, such as the Basra "uprising" or the launching of Scud missiles into Kuwait, Channel 4 was the only channel - rightly as it turned out - to offer a note of scepticism or caution.
The BBC, ITN and Sky were, on the whole, much more trusting of US and British military sources. The only finding that does not quite fit this pattern was, interestingly, the coverage given to weapons of mass destruction. The government was clearly keen to emphasise the danger posed by Iraq's alleged chemical or biological weapons, so to what extent did broadcasters report speculation hinting at their likely or possible use? While this turned out to be a much smaller theme during the war than we might have expected beforehand, we found that all four channels were much more likely to report speculation that implied Iraq might use such weapons than to cast doubt on their possible use. But in this case, we found a few more reports on the BBC than elsewhere which allowed doubt to creep in - whether by reporting that such weapons had not been found or by casting doubt on their possible use.
And yet, even here, the BBC was more than three times more likely to suggest that such weapons might be used than to suggest they might not. And, as it turned out, the BBC and the other broadcasters all placed much too much faith in the plausibility of such rumours. Indeed, far from revealing an anti-war BBC, our findings tend to give credence to those who criticised the BBC for being too sympathetic to the government in its war coverage. Either way, it is clear that the accusation of BBC anti-war bias fails to stand up to any serious or sustained analysis. · Professor Justin Lewis is deputy head of Cardiff University's school of journalism
MEDIA CONFIDENCE TRICKSTERS
The Guardian expose what our organisations have been stating for years, the UK public have little trust in our mass media news reporting.The BBC is one of the worst culprits and proven in research during the Iraq war.
The Sunday Post,The Big Issue and the Galloway Gazette doing some of the best reporting on criminality within the legal systems of the UK which is the single BIGGEST issue facing our country today and seldom gets the attention it deserves ,thanks to law society members VETTING and INSTRUCTING the national media .
Our democracy is being undermined through lies and deceit
Who sups with the devil needs a long spoon, says the proverb. But no spoon yet devised is long enough to have preserved the trustworthiness of political leaders in the tabloid era. Yesterday's survey of public attitudes from the committee on standards in public life paints an abject picture of the current collapse of public trust in our politics. But the responsibility for the crisis should not be dumped exclusively on our politicians. At the heart of the lack of confidence in ministers is a devastating dialectic of corrosion in which the media, and not just the politicians, are equally to blame. Only 24% of us generally trust government ministers to tell the truth, the survey finds. That is depressingly in line with previous surveys and a dreadful indictment of our leaders. But this report breaks crucial new ground by helping to explain why things are as bad as they are. The key here is unquestionably the media. If you think the standing of politicians is low, then consider the standing of parts of the media. Only 7% of the general population trust tabloid journalists to tell the truth, and only 10% of the tabloids' own readers do either. Things are better, though hardly qualitatively so, when it comes to the broadsheet press and television news journalists.
But the killer finding is the extent to which the media set the agenda for the way the public judges politicians. Eighty two per cent of the population say they are influenced by television news, and 63% say that newspapers influence them too. No other factors - not personal experience, or discussions with friends or education - come even close to rivalling these. Consider what this all adds up to: the media, which the public does not believe tell the truth, are notwithstanding the greatest influence in forming the public's views. The public's low opinion of government ministers, in other words, reflects the media's own. Is that the fault of the ministers or of the media? In our view, neither partner is blameless, but what is clear is that the whole system of public trust is poisoned by the interaction between the two.
It is indisputable that the Iraq war and the Hutton inquiry provided the principal context and backdrop to the grim findings in the new survey. But beware of assuming that they are the decisive reasons why trust is so low. Three out of five people questioned said that external events like Iraq had had no effect on their opinions. The standards committee wants the survey to be a benchmark for similar studies in the future. Perhaps these will show trust recovering as Iraq fades. Let us hope so. But the problem may be more deep-seated and more structural than that. If the real problem lies in the media-political culture, then that is where the real answers lie too.
It is not, after all, as if the public is unreasonable or unrealistic about the kind of politicians it wants. As the report says, the public is interested in current affairs. It wants politicians who tell the truth, who don't take bribes and who concentrate on trying to spend public money wisely. It thinks standards are actually quite high. It thinks our politicians are less corrupt than elsewhere. It does not think politicians should set an example in their private lives. But it thinks they should tell the truth and accept responsibility when things go wrong - and it simply does not believe they are doing so.
The government's current shambles cannot be understood except partly through this prism. In that case the obvious answer for ministers is to stop adding poison to an already polluted system with their briefings, leaks and other media tricks. A truth and trust strategy cannot be a media strategy. It has to be, as much as possible, unmediated. If ministers concentrated on parliament rather more, and on the media rather less, they would be a lot better trusted - and even a bit more truthful - than they now are.
THE BBC ARE AN AFFRONT TO OUR DEMOCRACY
IS THIS WHY THE BBC SELDOM PUBLISH ANYTHING BAD ABOUT THE LAW SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND
For years our members have been shocked at the BBC failing to report crimes committed by the hoodlums running the Law Society of Scotland and its membership.
Despite national media attention all this week not ONE story was run by the BBC .The only time they do run legal stories is when they interview ,seldom the victims of their corruption ,but the perpetrators and spokespersons for all the corrupt legal institutions that have gotten away with their crimes for years thanks to their BBC editorial pals at our supposed public broadcast network.
THE BBC ARE AN AFFRONT TO OUR DEMOCRACY .
Maybe if they didnt have the BBC's main lawyer Rosalind McInnes sitting on the LAW SOCIETY OF SCOTLANDS council while vetting every story provided to the BBC (we know of many people who failed to have the BBC take their story up) .The exposing of the law societies vast corrupt secret society network might eventually get some attention from the BBC.
However what we have is a web of deceit implicating a national public broadcaster protecting the CROOKS by that connection.
THIS IS A NATIONAL SCANDAL WHICH MUST BE FULLY EXPOSED
Members of the law society council
Queen Margaret Drive
BBC urged to appoint complaints monitor
NOT BEFORE TIME ,THE LIES AND DECEIT EMANATING FROM THE BBC MAKES THEM LOOK LIKE AN ARM OF THE THIRD REICH
BBC urged to appoint complaints monitor
Matt Wells, media correspondent
Thursday June 3, 2004
John Simpson, the BBC's world affairs editor, has called on the corporation to appoint a news ombudsman to oversee complaints.He said a system similar to the Guardian's would make journalists more vigilant about balance and accuracy in their reports.
The BBC is considering ways of beefing up its complaints procedures in the wake of the row over the Iraq dossier story. It is likely to appoint a controller of complaints, who would be responsible for the system.
At the Guardian Ian Mayes, the readers' editor, is independent from the editor, Alan Rusbridger, and his contract can be terminated only by the Scott Trust which owns the paper.
Speaking at an internal seminar about the future of BBC journalism in the wake of the Hutton report, reported in the in-house magazine Ariel, Simpson said a case could be made for an ombudsman in the news division. "It could be helpful to have an individual who was entirely objective, who looked at everything you damn well said."
After Hutton was published, the BBC's director general Greg Dyke and the chairman Gavyn Davies resigned. It also led to the departure of Andrew Gilligan, the reporter whose story on the Today programme last May prompted the row.
In the seminar, Simpson said a Guardian-style corrections facility would encourage journalists to be extra vigilant about balance and accuracy. He confessed to once getting the name wrong of the winner of an election in Lebanon.
"I expect it would be difficult to do on television, but I can't help thinking it would get lots of viewers," he said. It is understood that one of the options under consideration by the BBC involves a corrections page on the internet where errors would be put right.
THE SECRET COVENANT OF THE BBC
If you have ever wondered why you are ,were you are at this point in time .The reason may be found somewhere in the following passages.
THE SECRET COVENANT OF THE BBC
An illusion it will be, so large, so vast it will escape their
Those who will see it will be thought of as insane.
We will create separate fronts to prevent them from seeing the
connection between us.
We will behave as if we are not connected to keep the illusion alive.
Our goal will be accomplished one drop at a time so as to never bring
suspicion upon ourselves. This will also prevent them from seeing
the changes as they occur.
We will always stand above the relative field of their experience
for we know the secrets of the absolute.
We will work together always and will remain bound by blood and
secrecy. Death will come to he who speaks.
We will keep their lifespan short and their minds weak while
pretending to do the opposite.
We will use our knowledge of science and technology in subtle
ways so they will never see what is happening.
We will render them docile and weak before us by our power.
They will grow depressed, slow and obese, and when they
come to us for help, we will give them more poison.
We will focus their attention toward money and material goods
so they many never connect with their inner self. We will distract
them with fornication, external pleasures and games so they may
never be one with the oneness of it all.
Their minds will belong to us and they will do as we say.
If they refuse we shall find ways to implement mind-altering
technology into their lives. We will use fear as our weapon.
We will establish their governments and establish opposites within.
We will own both sides.
We will always hide our objective but carry out our plan.
They will perform the labor for us and we shall prosper from their
Our families will never mix with theirs. Our blood must be pure
always, for it is the way.
We will make them kill each other when it suits us.
We will keep them separated from the oneness by dogma and religion.
We will control all aspects of their lives and tell them what to
think and how.
We will guide them kindly and gently letting them think they are
We will foment animosity between them through our factions.
When a light shall shine among them, we shall extinguish it by
ridicule, or death, whichever suits us best.
We will make them rip each other's hearts apart and kill their own
We will accomplish this by using hate as our ally, anger as our
The hate will blind them totally, and never shall they see that from
conflicts we emerge as their rulers. They will be busy killing each
They will bathe in their own blood and kill their neighbors for as
long as we see fit.
We will benefit greatly from this, for they will not see us, for they
cannot see us.
We will continue to prosper from their wars and their deaths.
We shall repeat this over and over until our ultimate goal is
We will continue to make them live in fear and anger
though images and sounds.
We will use all the tools we have to accomplish this.
The tools will be provided by their labor.
We will make them hate themselves and their neighbors.
We will always hide the divine truth from them, that we are all one.
This they must never know!
They must never know that color is an illusion, they must always
think they are not equal.
Drop by drop, drop by drop we will advance our goal.
We will take over their land, resources and wealth to exercise total
control over them.
We will deceive them into accepting laws that will steal the little
freedom they will have.
We will establish a money system that will imprison them forever,
keeping them and their children in debt.
When they shall ban together, we shall accuse them of crimes and
present a different story to the world for we shall own all the media.
(domestic violence propaganda the MAJOR way to enslave and bankrupt men )
We will use our media to control the flow of information and their
sentiment in our favor.
When they shall rise up against us we will crush them like insects,
for they are less than that.
They will be helpless to do anything for they will have no weapons.
We will recruit some of their own to carry out our plans, we will
eternal life, but eternal life they will never have for they are not
The recruits will be called "initiates" and will be indoctrinated to
believe false rites of passage to higher realms. Members of
these groups will think they are one with us never knowing the truth.
They must never learn this truth for they will turn against us.
For their work they will be rewarded with earthly things and great
titles, but never will they become immortal and join us, never will they
receive the light and travel the stars.
They will never reach the higher realms, for the killing of their own
kind will prevent passage to the realm of enlightenment. This they will
The truth will be hidden in their face, so close they will not be
able to focus on it until its too late.
Oh yes, so grand the illusion of freedom will be, that they will
never know they are our slaves.
When all is in place, the reality we will have created for them will
own them. This reality will be their prison. They will live in self-delusion.
When our goal is accomplished a new era of domination will begin.
Their minds will be bound by their beliefs, the beliefs we have
established from time immemorial.
But if they ever find out they are our equal, we shall perish then.
THIS THEY MUST NEVER KNOW.
If they ever find out that together they can vanquish us, they will
They must never, ever find out what we have done, for if they do, we
shall have no place to run, for it will be easy to see who we are once the veil has fallen. Our actions will have revealed who we are and they will hunt us down and no person shall give us shelter.
This is the secret covenant by which we shall live the rest of our
present and future lives, for this reality will transcend many generations and life spans.
This covenant is sealed by blood, our blood. We, the ones who from
heaven to earth came.
This covenant must NEVER, EVER be known to exist. It must NEVER, EVER be written or spoken of for if it is, the consciousness it will spawn will release the fury of the PRIME CREATOR upon us and we shall be cast to the depths from whence we came and remain there until the end time of infinity itself.
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BBC MALE HATE CAMPAIGNS
A CHALLENGE TO THE BBC GOVERNORS AND EDITORS
A challenge to the B.B.C.(Bloody Big Con)
Why despite the BBC being a public broadcast network do they NEVER have MENS RIGHTS GROUPS making comment on ANY of their despicable family law reports?
The BBC promote extreme radical feminist groups which do TWO things
1.Allow the illuminati monsters in secret courts to psychologically abuse our children and
2.STEAL those childrens future inheritance.
THE BBC promote
1. MALE HATE CAMPAIGNS
2. Promote the theft of children from their biological fathers (some who later die from neglect or maltreatment by those left with the responsibility and care).
3.They NEVER do stories on the biggest threat to world peace and the undermining of families THE ILLUMINATI.Our organisations have evidence that their foot soldiers are heavily embedded in the western worlds legal, political and mass media outlets INCLUDING the BBC.
4. They PROMOTE EXTREME FEMINISM and regularly use their false statistics to promote HATE on all BBC networks.This provides massive wealth for the ILLUMINATI coffers via diabolical secret star chamber family courts were they plunder the family assets.
5.They promote the UK establishment even when they have been involved in persecution (Lady DI's butler ) and the deaths of senior figures who speak out against that elite system.
6.The BBC editorial is a major threat to the stability of family life in the UK .
7.The BBC promotes fascism and male discrimination and breach European Conventions on Human Rights regularly with no balance to their propaganda, published using public moneys .
Our organisations intend early 2004 to EXPOSE and challenge the BBC on their hate campaigning and will seek to have this reviewed via the broadcast complaints process's within the UK and in Europe. We intend to STOP this propaganda machine from airing hate campaigns which emulate the Gestapo tactics used in the last war and destroying our families .
They make South African apartheid hate propaganda PALE by comparison
THEY CANNOT AND WILL NOT GET AWAY WITH THIS LIE ANY LONGER
WE TOLD THE BBC OVER 6 MONTHS AGO
Kelly death 'changes everything' says Bloody Big Con earlier press release of 20 July 2003Over and above the tragic death of Dr.Kelly our organisations intend to FORCE change on the BBC's biased and prejudiced reporting not only of the Iraq war but also when it undermines and damages the family ,men and children with their radical feminist outrageous programming.
We will not tolerate a public funded broadcast station running extreme feminist, government funded propaganda on MEN hating and warmongering.The BBC governors and editors are now WARNED they will not get away with brainwashing the British public ANYMORE with their lies and deceit, which is undermining the father as the strength, not the weakness ,in the family .The BBC's subtle ,psychological articles are now being exposed as coming from a radical feminist,lesbian and gay,heterosexual man hating corporation who have done nothing but damage heterosexual family life in the UK, with the BBC being the major contributing supporter of those extremes ,duping the British public with intolerable articles .
Instead the BBC have been supporting an evil government and judiciary intent on breaking up families and taking children away from the safety and protection of good fathers in that dogma.The UK government and judiciary will NOT get away with kidnapping our children with their evil legal system and police state which the BBC have been condoning and supporting for so very long .The death of Dr. Kelly is tragic ,but doesnt get the BBC off the hook in any way shape or form , but only implicates them in their usual PRO government stance, PRE war ,were they had convinced the trusting British public it was the right decision .
It is a bit late in the day for the BBC to try and state the opposite, when they had been promoting the WAR right up until the troops went in.Dr Kelly tragically has been a pawn in a subtly staged GAME between two propaganda machines who have been trying to distance themselves from the carnage of IRAQ which they BOTH supported.
19 July, 2003, 18:3 GMT 19:03 UK Kelly death 'changes everything'
If one thing is certain in the wake of the tragic death of David Kelly it is that politics in Britain has changed forever. There have been calls for Blair to goIn the short term, this awful event has changed the entire landscape for the already-beleaguered government, and Tony Blair in particular. Governments have fallen and prime ministerial careers have collapsed over less. And, whatever the outcome of the judicial inquiry, this affair will hang over this government for the rest of its life.
There have already been demands from his own side for the prime minister to resign. And his Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon and, in particular, his spin doctor Alastair Campbell must also be considering their positions. There will also be some soul searching by those outside parliament, but who regularly engage as players in the political process. At the moment there is a notable lack of willingness by anybody to accept responsibility for this tragedy - or even apologise to Dr Kelly's family. But, in this case, that cannot stand. Public opinion will not allow for there to be no consequences for this.
Amoral game And, whatever the judicial inquiry finds, those consequences will have to offer some sort of closure to this affair, at the very least for Dr Kelly's family. It is all too easy for those who are close to the political process to see it as a game. A vicious, high stakes and occasionally amoral game, but a game none the less. After this weekend, that must surely change. An innocent man who has spent much of his working life shunning the limelight while quietly serving his country was sucked into that game and paid with his life. David Kelly was not from a world where spin, cynicism and manipulation are the order of the day.
David Kelly gave evidence to MPs And it was abundantly clear to anyone who witnessed his performance before the foreign affairs select committee that he wanted nothing to do with such a world. The proceedings of the committee on that day were depressing enough for seasoned politics watchers. They must have been devastating for Dr Kelly who had very likely already been subjected to days of anguish after telling his bosses he feared he may have been the BBC's source. And for voters already deeply sceptical, even cynical, about the political process, this entire episode must have reinforced their worst fears.
So the long term effects of this tragedy must surely be to force all those who participate in politics to look long and hard at their behaviour. It raises numerous questions about openness, responsibility, trust and even morality. And there can be no more powerful a case for a new compact between the public and those who are elected to serve it. It is unthinkable that, once this horror has passed, we will all simply go back to our old ways.
The BBC: Licensed at public expense to spread lies
Take Direct Action Against the BBC
by Paul Burridge
I am appealing to you all for some feedback as to the level ofpossible support for a campaign of civil disobedience against the BBCand their constant dissemination of lies to the British people, thewider world and the License Payer; both of whom deserve far betterthan to be served by the current shower of self-serving liars withtheir own secret agenda to get across.
The BBC has become abeaurocratic monstrosity; a fat, milch cow run by vested interests fortheir own benefit and with the sole purpose of changing the culturalfabric of this country to suit their own peculiar ideologies.There's a very easy way to starve these crooks out of existence:refuse to pay the Licence Fee. Why should *anyone* in this country inthis age be forced to pay (under threat of imprisonment) for the privilege of having someone else's unpalatable political views forced down their throats?
It might have been acceptable in Soviet Russia;it might have been the norm in the former Warsaw Pact countries, butit cannot in all reason be permitted to continue this day in Britain.I urge everyone with a spine to exercise civil disobedience in thismatter: stop paying the licence fee forthwith. Cancel those directdebits; don't renew that yearly card that pops through the letterbox.Don't watch any more BBC channels.
The BBC doesn't maintain a cashpile like many commercial organisations; it's *most* valuable assetsare very hard indeed to liquidate, leaving it heavily dependentday-to-day on the income it gets from *you*. The Corporation could bequickly brought to its knees by the severence of this income. TheBritish People have the power to destroy this monstrosity in months ifonly they wake up and recognise the threat the BBC places us all under.
It's not fair to be fed a diet of lies... it's less fair stillto be dogmatically demanded to *pay* for it. Stalin would have beenproud of Dyke and his cronies.Note: this is *not* an endorsement of the Government in any way but atotally seperate issue altogether. The Government stinks; they'reequally disingenuous along with the Beeb., but I'm concerned here withtaking on one adversary at a time.Who's up for it?The BBC: Licensed at public expense to spread lies.
BBC THE WORLDS BIGGEST MIND CONTROL MACHINE
The illusion created by the establishment mouthpiece the BBC Bloody Big Con wont go away with the blood letting and sacrifice of a few of their governors.The BBC are riddled with establishment lucifer worshipping illuminati/freemasons.From top to bottom the devil worshippers are f*cking with the minds of UK citizens.
They fail to report the many men incarcerated in mental wards and prisons who tried to EXPOSE the evil state terrorist machine they promote daily as news fodder.The ESTABLISHMENT of the UK are well protected by the multi tier system they have controlling world news were journalists ,editors and governors are promoting secret society messages .
Never mind the distorted news programs EVERYTHING they promote is touched by an evil force.Music ,the arts even comedy has a subtle subliminal illuminati message.We know who publish this bile are.If the BBC dont rid themselves of that force, as a publicly funded broadcaster, we will continue to EXPOSE the hidden agendas that ensure MEN ,the protectors of our children ,are demeaned in almost every program they produce .
A subtle devious instrument of the UK police state indoctrinating us with propaganda into thinking all of this is to protect us against terrorism.The only terrorism UK MEN face is the internal terrorists promoted by the BBC ,a corrupt and bigoted law enforcement regime that is only getting away with lawlessness due to the failures of the BBC to report the TRUTH .
Not the BBC ILLUSION that protects the illuminati crooks controlling the UK via the judiciary ,bankers,lawyers and government agencies gathering information in the most sinister way to exploit and enslave men .We throw down the gauntlet to the BBC that they expose their illuminati staff or we do it for them.This is a warning to all BBC staff .Anyone who is part of those secret society mind games will be named in our world wide contact base and exposed as abusers of families and of children being stolen from fathers in an all out attack by BBC editorial.
Their days are numbered ,the illusion they spread is falling on its ass, DYKE and his governor cronies are only the start .We intend to EXPOSE the lies the BBC have been spreading to protect the establishment and its legal system while it steals billions from its citizens.Those days are over the truth will out .The BBC will no longer dominate the thinking in its mind control experiments.It has suppressed some of the worlds major talent in the arts by only promoting music and art funded by illuminati bankers and publishers.For those who have already seen through the sham this wont come as a surprise ,for those yet to be enlightened our organisations aim to EXPOSE the real reason behind the BBC and its continued ILLUSION.
The inquiries and the war are a smokescreen for the real underlying problem that the BBC are being exposed like never before and have been responsible for the internal major crime wave being imposed on us by the illuminati crooks within the establishment of the UK.The BBC lying machine is now outed .Our organisations remain committed to ensure their lies continue to be exposed while they hide the TRUTH of what is going on in a depraved UK police state .