BBC Bias Breakfast – Today's Menu!


Watching that BBC berk after my arvo sunbathe, I heard him snarl approvingly about the latest Red China move against Australia…

‘China Does Play A Big Role In UNESCO!’

…how it ‘does shine a particularly harsh light’ on Canberra’s ‘action..’or lack thereof.’

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What a typically “BBC-impartial’ take!

But actually, no Beeb-Berk, it doesn’t do what you suggest it does!

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It ‘shines a light’ on Beijing’s UNESCO collabos.

But that UK Pravda interlude, at 3pm Jakarta time, reminded me to use the notes I took during my unpleasant, self-imposed duty this morning, on my return fron the tukang sayur ( veggie vendor) with fish for the cats..

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…whose response to my arrival back resembled that of the Parisian crowds who welcomed De Gaulle in 1945.

Unwilling to endure too much of UK Pravda, I focused this morn on what BBC regards as important enough to feature in their text news that runs along the bottom of the screen…

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…and speaking of bottoms, the texted news included a rivetting revelation – an American sportsperson has owned up to being queer.

However, much more interesting was this, about the prospect of Britain joining that Pacific trade pact, which, says the BBC text…

…may add as little as 0.1% to the size of the UK economy

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-57559735

Those words just kept running across my screen, along with the American poofter ‘news’ and other stuff…

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…and it made me think of that ‘subliminal advertising’ we used to hear about, messages flashed super-fast on screens, so people didn’t even realise what they were absorbing.

But that trade pact line?

May Add As Little As..?’

That line about seeing your glass half-full or half-empty?

BBC was and is rabidly anti-Brexit.

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If that were not so, the tax-funded propaganda channel might have worded its text like this –

May Add As Much As…’

But that wording is nowhere to be found in the linked BBC report  because it just would not suit UK Pravda’s anti-British essence, would it?