Just rename BBC Newsnight to BBC Propagandanight

A regular AM reader emails about They Who Must Not Be Named:

‘AM, No mention on BBC News at 10 of which newspaper the arrested police officer was passing information to. No mention on Newsnight even of the arrest of the police officer!!! Unbefuckinglievable.’


5 Responses to “Just rename BBC Newsnight to BBC Propagandanight”

  1. 1 Agincourt 20/08/2011 at 11:35 am

    That’s the next thing: a citizens’ strike against the TV licence. Not ‘why should it be so much’, but ‘why should it be anything at all’ as the BBC is so biased along its own agenda?

    Ideally, there would be no TV licence fee, & all broadcasters would depend on market response – ie through advertising. But if there is, regretably, still to be a TV licence why isn’t it shared out equably between all the broadcasters?

  2. 2 Span Ows 20/08/2011 at 7:37 pm

    What worries me is why is their no response from any MP at all. There have been one or two little comments but never any serious follow up. The BBC website editing has been ‘dodgy’ about various subjects for years – sometimes blatantly so. The bias to Labour on news and current affairs programmes is catalogued (time talking, times interrupted etc)

  3. 3 Brian Hall 21/08/2011 at 12:29 am

    “What worries me is why is their[there] no response from any MP at all.”

    Can you imagine the BBC firehose blast of disparagement said MP would receive? Forever? Even in the HoL, you can have your seat removed by the Consensus (see Monckton). In the Commons, you’d kiss your political career good-bye, or worse.

  4. 4 Span Ows 21/08/2011 at 10:19 am

    Brian I agree entirely! “The forces of Hell would be unleashed”!

    Re there/their…D’oh! I hate that sort of typo. I’m of the opinion that more time online/keyboard using is increasing this sort of typo that *almost* never happens with paper and pen! I’ve seen all the following (not including apostrophe horrors) some more than others:


  5. 5 BrianJay 23/08/2011 at 11:34 am

    Agincourt This was tried in New Zealand and worked! Can’t find the link at present but it was the Andrew Bolt blog

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