Turds? BBC Collabo Censors Exposed, Again!


So once again, thanks to the Daily Mail, we learn how the BBC, which lies and lies again and again…

We stand by our impartial, independent journalism.” https://www.rt.com/news/446609-bbc-reporter-yellow-vests/

…about its ‘independence,’ is ever-ready to work hand-in-glove with politically motivated bureaucrats, in this case those in the government department which was famously and accurately defined by the late great Enoch Powell as ‘a den of vipers and a neśt of traitors.’

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The Foreign Office memo, dated 13 November last year, is irrefutable evidence of dishonest journalism, and the readiness of FCO flunkeys paid from the public purse to keep their employers, the British people, in the dark.

“We negotiated the removal of one potentially awkward moment where the former foreign secretary calls the French ‘turds’ so as not to distract from the rest of the programme.”

As others will have realised already, the leak is no altruistic blow against the BBC’s cover-up collaborationism…

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….collaborationism as despicable, almost but not quite, as their vicious servility when they obliged Harold Wilson by undermining Rhodesia’s Ian Smith in the 1960s …

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….but most likely a bid by one of the many Deep State Remainiacs who infest the FCO to harm Boris Johnson’s leadership campaign.

Actually, a lot of Brits will applaud the turd word, not because they dislike French people but because they remember Le Retch Hollande and they know Muppet Macron is a pro-crimmigrant menace.

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BoJo’s cowardly pretence that he has no recollection of saying ‘turds’ is in my view just more proof that he’s not to be trusted.

Yet the anti-Brexit leaker may come to regret his or her leakery!

It can only reinforce the belief among the BBC’s coerced license payers that, despite all those quids they are forced to give to the parasitic BBC…

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…they are rewarded by political censorship of what they get to see and hear.

Which of course raises the BIG QUESTION.

How many other awkward words and dubious deeds by government ministers have been covered up by the BBC at the behest of Europhiliac bureaucrats?