Aug 14, 2017 -- 4:05AM, Dr Crippen wrote:
The left-whingers haven't forgiven Ferrari for showing up Diane Abbott here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It62oVQ1jbsNo wonder they're still mad at him.
Not at all a nice bloke, shouts down anyone who argues.
Like Neil, Robinson, Keunssberg, Barnett, Paxman, Davis and all the other party members who front politics for the beeb
Aug 18, 2017 -- 5:08AM, Dr Crippen wrote:
Listening to Nick Ferrari on his show this morning, I got the distinct feeling that he had one eye on a lucrative job with the BBC the way he was playing down the ant-Muslim views of his callers on the Barcelona atrocities. He even got in a strong uncalled for attack on Donald Trump at one point. Dead in line with the BBC agenda to discredit the American president.These media people know where the money is (BBC) and they sure know what it takes to get on the BBC gravy train these days.
Non-stop drivelly Shiite. Day after day.
So by your reasoning, if Trump is pushed out in will be in part because he was discredited by the BBC
And if he gets the job with them he immediately stops being a Tory sycophant and becomes a "Leftie"
In what way would the BBC have that kind of influence?
You idiots are convinced the BBC is against all that's right, because it doesn't say things just like Breitbart and the Mail.
Any proof - and there is LOADS that it is in fact and always has been, an organ of the government, just totally ignored.
Any proof - again, loads out there that the entire political team is made up of ex (and even current) Tory activists and Tory supporters, totally ignored.
Before you as for evidence crippen, find your own. I've shown it on the forum loads of times. The last 3 times it was removed.
Aug 18, 2017 -- 6:35PM, STUDYFORM wrote:
OK Bodil as it's you......Andrew Neil : He was the editor of The Sunday Times for 11 years. He is the former editor-in-chief and current chairman of the Press Holdings group, which owns The Daily Telegraph. In 1971, he was chairman of the Federation of Conservative Students. worked for the Conservative Party as a research assistant.Nick Robinson : Robinson was interested in politics from a young age, and went on to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University, where he was also President of the Oxford University Conservative Association. President of the Conservative Party youth group.Andrew Marr : Was originally a 'leftie student'. A fan of Thatcher and was sacked in 2005 from the Independent at the behest of Alistair Campbell. Inclined to follow whatever suits the people asking him. A good mate of mine (fully paid up raving Tory) had dinner with him once and Marr admitted to him he was "very much on the side of the Conservatives at this time" (about 3 years ago).Laura Keunssberg : Her brother is a senior civil servant in the Department for Communities and Local Government. Her sister is a diplomat and was appointed as the British High Commissioner to Mozambique in 2014. Been in trouble on a number of occasions for false reporting of Labour party.Born in Italy, attended a private girls school, from a well-to-do background. Petitions were raised about her blatant anti-Labour bias in reporting.Jeremy Paxman : Paxman was educated at Malvern College and St Catharine's College, Cambridge, where he edited the undergraduate newspaper Varsity. At Cambridge, he was a member of a Labour Party club and described himself as a socialist, although in later life described himself as a one-nation conservative. Far less Tory than many of his colleagues.Evan Davies : Davis began work as an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, and while there he was briefly seconded to help officials work on early development of the Community Charge system of local government taxation (better known as the Poll Tax). MASSIVE advocate of privatisation of national companies and has written books on the subject.Emily Maitlis : Worked for the Spectator for a while, not much else one way or the other.David Dimbleby : Bullingdon club member. Which is a start.Emma Barnett : women's editor for Daily Telegraph. Went to BBC via LBC, went to an independent school, as did......Nick Ferrari : Even Cameron recommended he stood for London Mayor as a Tory!Many others don't seem to show much allegiance to anyone. I have never found a single Labour related journalist at the BBC apart from Kirsty Wark, but she seems to be limited to Scotland. Oh and John Pienaar worked briefly for the Guardian 25 years ago.Mostly though, in the mid 60's (I did have all the details), a meeting was put together to establish the BBC's Bias. Only 2 people turned up. The meeting was written up and its results have stuck ever since. I will get the details of this again, they're with a bloke I know who was working for the BBC at the time.The perpetuation of the left-wing bias myth suits everyone there if you think about it.The absolute biggest thing of all.... is that EVERYONE SEES AND HEARS WHAT THEY WANT WHEN WATCHING THE NEWS AND POLITICS ON TV.When something is said we agree with, we ignore it and nod and say, yeah! that's right! However when we disagree, we remember it.AND. People keep confusing Political Correctness and Diversity with Left-wing politics. They are not the same thing at all.The BBC is COMPLETELY ridiculous when it comes to diversity.