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  • ross1948 00:02 on February 24, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    BBC’s Elitist Intolerance Exposed! ! 

    Here’s just one paragraph from a Times article which says so much about the arrogant elitist intolerance..

    ….which characterises UK Pravda.

    Colleagues were frustrated at the prominence given to Djokovic’s views, the “chumminess” of the interview and Rajan’s failure adequately to rebut claims about Covid-19 vaccines.


    I have noticed this Amol Rajan before, and I’m not a fan!

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    Yet if there are grounds for criticising any journo, they surely do not include civility – aka, ‘chumminess’ – nor is it gauche to allow the interviewee to state his case ( which was the whole reason for the interview!)

    Nor should employees of the BBC feel obliged to push their preferred leftist line – which is to ignore any concept of fairness and balance.

    As it happens, I heard the interview.

    I missed the start and didn’t know it was Rajan…and found it hard to believe this was BBC I was listening to.

    He behaved like a real journalist.

    No wonder he’s in hot water with the UK Pravda in-crowd.


    I gather from the latest reports that the In-Crowd had been hoping to have that despicable oik Roan….

    BBC Sport’s Dan Roan ‘taken off air’ after offensive comments about tragic Leicester City owner – as he faces calls to resign…’


    …do the interview, but instead picked Rajan because he was disgruntled about some aspects of his job prospects and the high-ups wanted to mollify him.

    Could it be that Rajan decided to behave like a real journalist just to upset that In-Crowd?

    • Pamela 00:42 on February 25, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      The BBC must have been enraged at the way Rajan didn’t treat the man aa a Public Enemy..
      More and more they resemble the nickname you give them, UK Pravda.


  • ross1948 12:59 on January 18, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Who Gives A Monkey’s!?! 

    The unspeakable in pursuit of the inedible?’


    Sorry, no fox pix – wolf okay?

    I think that was Oscar Wilde on fox-hunting.

    But it could just as easily apply to this ‘much ado about nothing’ non-story!’

    Now Meghan complains about the BBC: Duchess of Sussex demands action after presenter Amol Rajan says she misled court in companion podcast for the controversial royal documentary The Princes And The Press


    Maybe best ignore a tiff between two unpleasant individuals who are not notably loyal to the Crown?

    Or, for a bit of fun, bring Wilde’s comment into line with the Era of The Chinese Virus?



    The Mentally Unstable in Pursuit of the Disloyal Deplorable?

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