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  • ross1948 18:07 on September 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Another BBC Cover-Up? Google/BLM Scandal Report Suppressed! 

    Remember how Google used its ‘algorithm’ system to help (unsuccessfully!) Clinton in 2016?



    Now that the BLM insurrection looks like being a significant issue in November’s election, it seems the left-run Big Tech  machine is up to the same dirty tricks this time round…



    ….hiding information likely to show the BLM marxists in a negative light.

    Maybe not?



    More like maybe so!

    Google’s self-imposed silence suggests there is substance to the story..


    Google did not comment on the specifics of this story, but said it has “systems” to prevent “potentially policy-violating predictions” from appearing.

    Google neither confirmed nor denied whether negative search suggestions about Black Lives Matter were violations of policy.




    ….NOT ONE WORD of this on the BBC!

    Has UK Pravda failed to notice this report?

    Not bloody likely, as Eliza Doolittle famously said.

    The BBC, despite grotesquely over-paying its propaganda tools…




    ….has a huge budget for news-gathering.

    They don’t miss much…

    Autocomplete is a feature that saves you time by predicting the query you may be typing, and we have systems in place to prevent potentially policy-violating predictions from appearing,” said a Google spokeswoman.

    …unless they choose to, and the very least they should be doing is demanding to know which of Google’s many ‘policy-violating’ excuses for censorship are being deployed this time! 


    • Wayne Walters 22:00 on September 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Google is not on our side, neither is the BBC, so the BBC is not going to squeak on its ally in the Biden cause.


  • ross1948 17:38 on July 24, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    BBC Hacks’ Immense Salaries – No Comment? 

    Who needs to comment, British readers?



    UK Pravda was FORCED to reveal how much of your money they lavish on the hacks who peddle their propaganda. And propaganda it is, no mistake…


    Liam Fox demands meeting with BBC over ‘negative’ Brexit stories

    ..Fox said he “could not recall a single time in recent times when I have seen good ­economic news that the BBC did not describe as ‘despite Brexit’”.

    Fox said there was a “clear pattern of unbalanced reporting of the EU economy” by the BBC. He accused the corporation of ignoring annual foreign direct investment figures released by the Department for International Trade, despite receiving the data…



    I only say I tend to agree with this Spectator article.

    There is a simple solution.

    If the BBC doesn’t like the idea of its presenters’ pay being divulged, it should give up the licence fee and fund itself commercially through a subscription fee, or raise it through sponsorship, advertising or some other form… 

    Don’t fall for the BBC spin on presenters’ pay

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