Sunday, January 25, 2009

Back for a one-off post


The BBC are claiming that they cannot help the reputable and politically neutral charities with their appeal because helping impartial charities appealing for aid to help avert a humanitarian catastrophe would breach their own impartiality.

WHAT THE FUCK? Helping impartial humanitarian reputable charities risks impartiality?

Oh really and how the FUCK do you work that out then? eh????

The BBC has aired appeals by the Disaster Emergency Committee many times before to help the victims of politically inspired crisis'. By politically inspired, I mean victims of war, and victims of Governments or rebel forces that cause people to live in drought infected areas and any other disaster that is instigated by human means, as opposed to natural disasters like earthquakes or floods etc...

Well, the BBC aired the appeal for the Former Yugoslavia (a political crisis) in 1994:

The BBC aired the appeal for Rwanda (a political crisis) in 1994:

The BBC aired the appeal for Kosovo (a political crisis) in 1999:

The BBC aired the appeal for the Sudan (a political crisis) in 2004:

The BBC aired an appeal for the Congo (a political crisis) in 1998:

So why would the BBC NOT air the latest appeal to help the innocent victims in Gaza?

Has the BBC ever refused to air an appeal of this sort before?

Well, yes, actually, it has. The BBC refused to air an appeal for the victims of Lebanon after the last Israeli incursion there.

Notice a pattern here?

The BBC has only ever refused to show a charitable appeal by impartial charities if it is to alleviate the suffering of the victims of Israeli aggression and disproportionate violence. That is the ONLY time the BBC refuses to help these impartial charities.

Why would the BBC refuse to help the victims of Israeli aggression?

Marcus Agius Senior Independent Director

Agius has been a non-executive Director of Barclays since 1 September 2006, and succeeded Matthew Barrett as Chairman from 1 January 2007. He was previously chairman of the London branch of investment bank Lazard and non-executive chairman of BAA Limited.

Born into a Jewish family, Agius is married to Katherine (born 1949), daughter of Edmund de Rothschild of the Rothschild banking family of England, with two children, and has a close involvement with the Rothschild family estate, Exbury Gardens in Hampshire.

That could be a reason? They have Zionist Jews at the very highest level of the corporation. Their political bias shows loud and clear that the BBC has failed to behave in an impartial manner in this sordid and disgusting episode.

In refusing this appeal, the BBC are colluding with the war-criminals of Israel and exasperating the disaster in Gaza and by taking this decision, the BBC are going to ensure that more people die as a result of war-crimes than would otherwise be the case. IN reality, the BBC are aiding and abetting war crimes. (As they did in failing to report the Blair and Bush Governments lies about Iraq's WMD, but merely acting in supine acquiescence to parrot blatantly inaccurate propaganda as fact).

It is only the bravery of some BBC journalists and the fury that they feel at their employers that has ensured massive publicity for this Gaza cause. Had the leadership of the BBC had their way, then there would have been no publicity for this cause at all.

These brave journalists, going against the stated BBC policy, (but in reality acting in the spirit of it 100%) are mitigating those deaths and they should be rewarded for it.

Without further ado, please follow the link to the disaster emergency committee website and donate all you can:

Here is the video that the BBC and SKY TV did not want you to see. I can see why now too. The scale of the destruction of civilian areas is nothing short of collective punishment and is therefore a war-crime. The BBC and SKY are aiding and abetting war criminals.

Here's the video:

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