BBC’s “Guest-Expert” Impartial? Hee-Haw!

Today I’m going to praise the BBC!

Check your calendar!


A masochistic day, yesterday, held in horrified fascination by their absurdly biased broadcasting fron Minneapolis…


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…and no respite when they changed the subject to how ‘populists’ handle the Chinese Virus.



Inexplicably, they had selected an Iranian-American professor, all the way from California’s UCLA, named Benjamin Radd, to enlighten us.

But soon the choice was no longer inexplicable, for this BBC ‘guest-expert’ was no neutral academic, nor, to be fair to Radd…


…did he even pretend to be objective.

He made his dislike for populists crystal-clear from the get-go, and bashed the Trans-Atlantic variety for not being tough enough…



…in their response to the plague unleashed from that Wuhan lab.

That’s arguable, but we have seen, and are seeing, plenty of criticism of anti-populist leaders elsewhere…


…even erstwhile big buddies like Mama Stasi Merkel and Le Muppet Macron…

Pandemic Apologies and Defiance: Europe’s Leaders Increasingly Rattled

..for vacillating, ever more infuriating, behaviour.

Never mind that distracting aspect!

Radd didn’t deign to mention it, just insisted those pesky populist leaders were at fault, ego-tripping and therefore letting things slip.

This proved so bizarrely inconsistent with reality that even UK Pravda’s Bulky Bundock felt obliged to demur.

What about Hungary!’

Well, yes!

Hungary’s Viktor Orban is Europe’s most distinguished populist…


…reviled for his populism by every Sorosoid Slug, his toughness abhorred by pinkos galore!

Aaah, that’s Orban’s populism. It’s different. He’s not slack. He comes down hard.’

Not Radd’s exact words, but close enough.

In other words, the naughty populists are wrong whatever they do.

Bulky Bundock bobbed down, happy to hear that.



Professor Radd is entitled to cling to his confusing animosities.

What the BBC, under the terms of it charter, as a so-called ‘public broadcaster,’ is NOT entitled to do is run its own jihad against populists…



..who are elected by the people of their countries and are therefore answerable to electorates, not to sleazy leftist UK Pravda ideologues.