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  • ross1948 00:01 on December 3, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Auntie BBC, ,   

    ‘Auntie, As It’s Affectionately Known…’ Get Real! 

    Auntie’ as it’s affectionately known does have some new shows planned for Christmas, however. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1530009/BBC-news-licence-fee-defund-Christmas-lineup-identical-mrs-browns-boys-eastenders

    That one word, ‘Auntie,’ stuck out in a report about UK Pravda’s dismal Festive Season tv fare.

    I’ved used it myself, rarely…

    A Leftist Lesbian Love Affair – ‘Auntie’ And ‘Mother Jones?’ 

    …because older readers will recognise it, and probably recall a time when the BBC’s ever-less-hidden agenda…


    ..had not erased whatever measure of ‘affection’ was felt for the tax-finded propaganda channel.

    So I’m surprised the Express did not put quotation marks around the archaic term.

    Nobody likes the BBC, except woko-loco weirdos.

    Moreover, I suspect the pinko creeps and queers who infest the BBC…

    BBC Pro-Homo Bias, Again! 

    Courtesy Of All You Brits – Special Bogs For BBC Queers

    ….must dislike ‘Auntie,’ projecting as it does an image of a kindly lady of a certain age.

    Can’t have that.

    Nor ‘Uncle!’

    Those words are sexist and don’t reflect what BBC keeps telling us is the modern world.

    How about a new, more contemporary word, ‘non-binary,’ as freakos say.





  • ross1948 21:33 on December 5, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Auntie BBC, , , Destroy Trump, , , Mother Jones leftist magazine   

    A Leftist Lesbian Love Affair – ‘Auntie’ And ‘Mother Jones?’ 

    Further to our previous post around half an hour ago…

    …I regret having to go back to BBC bias once more but needs must.

    Do many people still remember how Brits used to refer to ‘Auntie’ BBC? I think the affectionate and slightly mocking term must have died out in the 1960s.

    Prior to then, the publicly-funded UK broadcaster, not having fallen under cultural marxist control, tended to be very respectable….



    ….with its notables, like Lord Reith, and later Richard Dimbleby, regarded as avuncular, respectable figures – though the BBC was never addressed as ‘Uncle!’


    But these days?

    Is it ever called ‘Auntie?’

    The BBC is certainly not respected by Brit patriots…

    Katty Kay – One Bare-Faced BBC Liar! 

    Will the BBC EVER Be Pro-British?


    In view of recent events it seems to be the case that, far from being respectable, ‘Auntie’ is locked in a sort of platonic lesbian love affair with Mother Jones.

    Mother Jones, as we noted in a previous post, is the dissimulative title of a far-left rag based in California, or as wikipedia says, a progressive American magazine!


    Gambar terkait

    We covered the ‘interview’ with its Mark Follman a while ago, a BBC hackette egging the pinko on by spouting her own bias –

    ‘It beggars belief that he (Trump) has nothing better to do.’    Bigoted, Biased BBC – ‘It Beggars Belief…” 

    ….and yesterday the BBC was at it again, hiding the true character of ‘Mother Jones’ – as they so often do.

    BBC At It Again, Hides Far-Left Guest’s Background! 

    What can one say?

    Follman was in free-flow prejudice mode yesterday, gabbling that Trump’s behaviour was ‘quite troubling‘ and salivating that, at ‘a certain point‘  it would be ‘untenable’ for Trump to be left in place at the White House.

    Yes, we know that lots of leftists in the USA hold such opinions.

    But if the BBC is going to give such Trump-haters a platform, it should not pretend the purveyors of anti-Trump prejudice are simply guests from a normal ‘news and views’ magazine…


    Gambar terkait


    …but admit the  truth, that Follmann, and his rag, are  fully-fledged members of the ‘Destroy-Trump’ movement.


    Gambar terkait


    Yet the BBC doesn’t do that, and won’t do that, because they are determined to exercise a malignant influence on their audience.

    Donald Trump has low ratings in UK polls. People don’t like him very much.


    The grotesque bias of the BBC, kept in funds by the British people, and with a charter mandate to be fair, is one reason for that skewed view among the public.


    • Newman 00:07 on December 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Your brief analysis of why POTUS is unpopular in Britain, and in other Western European countries, may be brief but is certainly accurate.
      If people are fed a diet of prejudice, then, as one leftist said in a different context, they are what they eat, or become what they eat.


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