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LONDON CALLING: BBC bias during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum
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LONDON CALLING: BBC bias during the 2014 Scottish independence referendum

Published on 8 Dec 2016

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Two organisations emerged losers after the Scottish 2014 independence referendum. YES Scotland won praise after narrowly failing to overturn a thirty point deficit. The other loser was the BBC. The British State broadcaster sacrificed its reputation in return for a narrow win for the No campaign. London Calling captures the descent of the BBC during Scotland's historic referendum period. A two year orgy of spin, deceit, manipulation and corruption has been packaged into a powerful seventy minute documentary exposé. Thought you could trust the BBC? Prepare to be shocked.

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"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

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BBC Daily Distortion

Craig Murray

30 Jan, 2017

https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/...istortion/

Quote:The BBC has appointed arch Tory Sarah Sands as editor of the flagship Radio 4 Today programme. She is best known to the public for a leaked policy memo she wrote while at the Telegraph, including memorably advocating

"Play on people's fears… stop just short of distortion".
The extraordinary thing is that if Sands does "stop just short of distortion" she will actually be improving the performance of BBC News. The BBC Trust has upheld a decision against Laura Kuenssberg for a most disgraceful piece of lying, a breach of every journalistic ethic. At the time of the Paris attacks, Kuenssberg had this interview with Jeremy Corbyn.

Kuenssberg "If you were prime minister, would you be happy to order people police or military to shoot to kill on Britain's streets?"
Corbyn "I am not happy with a shoot to kill policy in general. I think that is quite dangerous and I think can often be counter-productive."
Kuenssberg deliberately distorted this to make it appear a response to the Paris attacks, and what was broadcast was the following:

Kuenssberg "I asked Mr Corbyn if he were the resident here at number 10 whether he would be happy for British officers to pull the trigger in the event of a Paris-style attack."
Corbyn "I am not happy with a shoot to kill policy in general. I think that is quite dangerous and I think can often be counter-productive."
What makes the malice in Kuenssberg's dealings still more evident is that she had in fact asked Corbyn a question specifically about Paris, and received a very different answer from Corbyn: "Of course you'd bring people onto the streets to prevent and ensure there is safety within our society."

But she broadcast neither the actual question nor the actual answer about Paris.

The deceit, malice and deliberate bias could not be more obvious. The BBC Trust really had no choice in its finding, and it specifically noted that Kuenssberg "had not achieved due impartiality." That is an extremely important word it was not just a lapse in judgement, it was a clear indication that Kuenssberg is partial in her political affiliations.

That of course has been blindingly obvious to a great many people for a long time. You may recall the petition against Kuenssberg's bias that was signed by 35,000 people before 38 Degrees took it down on the complete lie that it had attracted a significant number of sexist comments.

My personal favourite remains Kuenssberg's frenetic anti-Corbyn broadcast of 28 June 2016 in which she prophesied that Corbyn's confidence of winning a second leadership election was misplaced. I cannot imagine a more blatant example of gleeful bias. The piece is headlined "Jeremy Corbyn's Support Begins to Show Signs of Fraying" and was, as a matter of provable fact, gloriously wrong about everything.

Being a completely biased charlatan will do no harm at all to Kuenssberg in the modern BBC. I leave you with the Head of BBC news, extreme Zionist James Harding, and his reaction to the decision of the BBC Trust, the body which "ensures" the BBC's impartiality, about Kuenssberg's blatant lack of impartiality. "We disagree with this finding" says Harding, adding that BBC News "formally notes it." It could not be plainer said the BBC no longer has any intention of not reflecting political bias. Mr Harding is no doubt delighted to welcome his new colleague, Sarah Sands, ex Daily Mail, ex Telegraph, and who as editor moved the Evening Standard way to the right.
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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The BBC: Myth of a Public Service?

Published 16th December 2016

On this week's show Aaron Bastani is joined by Tom Mills as they discuss his new book The BBC: Myth of a Public Service.

http://novaramedia.com/2016/12/16/the-bb...c-service/
"There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

Joseph Fouche
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Paul Rigby Wrote:BBC Daily Distortion

Craig Murray

30 Jan, 2017

https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/...istortion/

Quote:The BBC has appointed arch Tory Sarah Sands as editor of the flagship Radio 4 Today programme. She is best known to the public for a leaked policy memo she wrote while at the Telegraph, including memorably advocating

"Play on people's fears… stop just short of distortion".
The extraordinary thing is that if Sands does "stop just short of distortion" she will actually be improving the performance of BBC News. The BBC Trust has upheld a decision against Laura Kuenssberg for a most disgraceful piece of lying, a breach of every journalistic ethic. At the time of the Paris attacks, Kuenssberg had this interview with Jeremy Corbyn.

Kuenssberg "If you were prime minister, would you be happy to order people police or military to shoot to kill on Britain's streets?"
Corbyn "I am not happy with a shoot to kill policy in general. I think that is quite dangerous and I think can often be counter-productive."
Kuenssberg deliberately distorted this to make it appear a response to the Paris attacks, and what was broadcast was the following:

Kuenssberg "I asked Mr Corbyn if he were the resident here at number 10 whether he would be happy for British officers to pull the trigger in the event of a Paris-style attack."
Corbyn "I am not happy with a shoot to kill policy in general. I think that is quite dangerous and I think can often be counter-productive."
What makes the malice in Kuenssberg's dealings still more evident is that she had in fact asked Corbyn a question specifically about Paris, and received a very different answer from Corbyn: "Of course you'd bring people onto the streets to prevent and ensure there is safety within our society."

But she broadcast neither the actual question nor the actual answer about Paris.

The deceit, malice and deliberate bias could not be more obvious. The BBC Trust really had no choice in its finding, and it specifically noted that Kuenssberg "had not achieved due impartiality." That is an extremely important word it was not just a lapse in judgement, it was a clear indication that Kuenssberg is partial in her political affiliations.

That of course has been blindingly obvious to a great many people for a long time. You may recall the petition against Kuenssberg's bias that was signed by 35,000 people before 38 Degrees took it down on the complete lie that it had attracted a significant number of sexist comments.

My personal favourite remains Kuenssberg's frenetic anti-Corbyn broadcast of 28 June 2016 in which she prophesied that Corbyn's confidence of winning a second leadership election was misplaced. I cannot imagine a more blatant example of gleeful bias. The piece is headlined "Jeremy Corbyn's Support Begins to Show Signs of Fraying" and was, as a matter of provable fact, gloriously wrong about everything.

Being a completely biased charlatan will do no harm at all to Kuenssberg in the modern BBC. I leave you with the Head of BBC news, extreme Zionist James Harding, and his reaction to the decision of the BBC Trust, the body which "ensures" the BBC's impartiality, about Kuenssberg's blatant lack of impartiality. "We disagree with this finding" says Harding, adding that BBC News "formally notes it." It could not be plainer said the BBC no longer has any intention of not reflecting political bias. Mr Harding is no doubt delighted to welcome his new colleague, Sarah Sands, ex Daily Mail, ex Telegraph, and who as editor moved the Evening Standard way to the right.

Kuenssberg is just awful, but worse, based on Murray's above article seems to be James Harding. Since when does the head of BBC News ignore the BBC Trust with such obvious contempt? The impression conveyed is that BBC News now is independent of the Corporation and is free to do as it pleases without fear of censure.

I can't help but wonder what deals were cut in the run up to the 2015 license fee renewal storm led by John Whittingdale - Conservative MP, and Minister for Culture and Dominatrix Street Ladies and an MP with close connections to Rupert Murdoch as one of a phalanx of Tory government leaders who the Telegraph accused of being members of the "News International crowd" (HERE).

Interesting then that James Harding moved straight to his new berth as head of the BBC News from the London Times - the flagship newspaper of Rupert Murdoch's News International.
The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort. To become conscious of it involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act is the essential condition for any kind of self-knowledge.
Carl Jung - Aion (1951). CW 9, Part II: P.14
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