BBC “liberal bias” to be investigated

bbcnewsThe BBC has announced that it will hold an internal investigation into allegations that the Corporation has a built-in bias over the issues of immigration, religion and Europe.

BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten said:
“It’s an acceptance that these are areas where people are particularly concerned that we should get it right.
“We’ve been criticised in those areas and we think it’s very important to listen to that criticism, not necessarily because it’s right but because it reflects real and interesting concerns.
“It’s an acceptance that these are areas where people are particularly concerned that we should get it right.
“We’ve been criticised in those areas and we think it’s very important to listen to that criticism, not necessarily because it’s right but because it reflects real and interesting concerns.”

It’s very unlikely that this investigation will amount to anything – not least because the problem is not really at the BBC, but with our entire establishment political culture.

Chris Patten (left) is one of the leading figures in the liberal new world order. He is seen here with his fellow co-chair of the International Crisis Group, former US Ambassador Tom Pickering (centre), and the ICG's main sponsor – notorious international financier George Soros (right).

Chris Patten (left) is one of the leading figures in the liberal new world order. He is seen here with his fellow co-chair of the International Crisis Group, former US Ambassador Tom Pickering (centre), and the ICG's main sponsor – notorious international financier George Soros (right).

More than sixty years ago this establishment effectively abandoned the defence of British (or real European) identity, with the beginning of an inexorable drive towards the multiracial society and the European Union.

The likes of Lord Patten – in theory a Conservative politician but thoroughly signed up to the “liberal” consensus, as much if not more than any Labour equivalent – are part of the problem.  Among many other roles, Patten is for example co-chairman of the International Crisis Group, which seeks to promote a liberal pro-Zionist approach to international affairs and has operated in the shadows during the Arab Spring.

The last time there was an internal BBC investigation of institutional bias it was at the instigation of the Zionist lobby, who successfully bullied the Corporation into adopting an even more pro-Israeli news agenda.

This coincided with the arrival of BBC Director-General Mark Thompson – married to Jewish-American Jane Blumberg.  An old school friend of Thompson’s arranged a secret meeting with Israeli arms dealer and lobbyist Poju Zabludowicz, which led to a further meeting with then Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

The BBC claims not to have any minutes of the meeting between its Director General and the Israeli Prime Minister, but among the evident changes in BBC policy was the Corporation’s banning of the Gaza Emergency Appeal broadcast, which had been endorsed by Britain’s leading charities in response to the Israeli attack on Gaza.

Mr Thompson has now left the BBC to take up a new job with another pillar of the pro-Zionist media, as Chief Executive of the New York Times.

Neither the New York Times nor the BBC is likely to address its overwhelming bias any time soon: fortunately the internet and satellite media allow other voices to be heard.

Comments are closed.

  • Find By Category

  • Latest News

  • Follow us on Twitter