"Watch the BBC and obey!"
There will be no more links to the Biased Broadcasting Corporation's website. In future I won't be so lazy and will look for appropriate links, for my posts, on other websites.
In recent weeks I have seen a new tack from the BBC. Namely silence on any aspect of the Labour Party and digging up any dirt on any other political party. I don't particularly like any political party but this is obviously an attempt at voter persuasion.
Also an attempt at guilt by association by showing a documentary on BBC2's Newsnight programme about how Marine Le Pen (leader of France's Front National) agrees with Prime Minister David Cameron's views on the European Union.
The BBC is pro-European Union and enjoys lampooning the United Kingdom Independence Party. Any attempt to question the UK's membership of the European Union will have the BBC Thought Police on your heels.
The BBC is also pro-United Kingdom and does its best to undermine the Scottish National Party's attempt to put through an independence referendum. There are vastly more reports on why Scotland should remain within the UK than why it shouldn't.
The BBC is pro-Islam and anti-Christian. Wherever possible there is a negative story about Catholicism. However, attacking Protestantism hurts the feelings of pro-Union supporters in Northern Ireland. Instead there is a never ending stream of positive reports about UK women converting to Islam, others wearing a hijab for the day and other reports to ease us into acceptance of the Islamification of the UK and therefore, de-Christianising the UK.
Israel is always displayed negatively, in its attempts to defend itself against the murderous onslaught of Islamic terrorists. Remember, Israel is a democracy, the rest of the middle-East is not. The BBC glosses over that fact.
Again, I am not a Christian but there is no such thing as secularism. The Liberals like to point out that Turkey is the ideal secular state. Wrong! Just you try being a Christian or Jew in Turkey.
The BBC is anti-Green. Weather reporters are not allowed to talk about global warming. A recent wildlife programme by David Attenborough was re-edited to remove references to climate change.
The BBC is pro-Fracking (hydraulic fracturing below ground to release natural gas) and always refers to the poisonous fracking materials used as "some chemicals" and reminds people of "unlimited and cheap oil and gas." A corporation would say that, wouldn't it?
What passes for comedy on the BBC ensures access only to comedians who are pro-Labour Party and pro-Multi Cult. It would appear that comedian (and champagne Socialist) Jack Whitehall has only the one joke, "My family is racist..." (not to mention wealthy and privileged).
The word "racist" is bandied about on the BBC as a Pavlovian control word to keep people in their place. Say anything that the BBC doesn't like and out come the control words to put you in your place.
Fact; the whole world is racist. Why should Western Europeans be persecuted when South America, Africa and Asia is as (or more) racist than us?
The BBC aided and assisted in the hunting down of looters following the 2011 riots. It has not done so with the hunting down of criminal bankers. After all, the BBC is a corporation.
It's hard enough keeping your freedom of speech but in the UK even freedom of thought is hard to come by.
If you want kick the BBC where it hurts then do the following;
1) Stop watching broadcast television.
2) Watch television only through a monitor (without Freeview/Satellite reception) rather than with a television.
3) Only watch recorded television (if you have to) via websites or downloads.
Doing this will exempt you from a television licence, the lifeblood of the BBC.
And from the horse's mouth...
"The law states that you need to be covered by a TV Licence if you watch or record television programmes, on any device, as they're being shown on TV. This includes TVs, computers, mobile phones, games consoles, digital boxes and Blu-ray/DVD/VHS recorders."
TV Licencing - How to tell us you don't watch TV
And none of us have the time to watch or record programmes as they are being broadcast so none of us need a licence.