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  • ross1948 08:39 on May 23, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , National Gallery, purge BBC,   

    BBC Sty – Hall Skulks, Bashir Shamed, But Yentob? 

    The BBC has NO intention of changing its unprincipled ways.

    Their own ‘news’ this morning says ‘Lord’ Hall has finally quit his National Gallery job…


    Tony Hall, Baron Hall of Birkenhead - Global Conference for Media Freedom (48256794687) (cropped).jpg

    Hall – BBC Director General,  ex Channel Four, AND since 2018, President of the European Broadcasting Union

    Flush Out That Turd Tony Hall!

    …but has yet to stop skulking and face reporters.

    Bashir too sends out self-justifications from wherever he’s lying low.



    The UK Government makes noises but has not stepped in….



    . ..

    ….to cleanse the sty, despite the clearest proof that UK Pravda won’t mend its ways –  the dead silence on Yentob!


    Alan Yentob

    Alan Yentob has resigned as the BBC’s creative director in the wake of controversy over his role as chairman of the Kids Company charity.

    Mr Yentob has faced scrutiny for his role in its financial mismanagement and faced claims he tried to influence BBC coverage of the charity’s demise.

    He also faced an investigation into his dual roles by the BBC Trust.

    The Trust has since concluded it would not be “appropriate or cost effective to look further at these matters…”.




    He will continue to make and present programmes for the corporation, including arts show Imagine...



    The mandarins at the tax-funded propaganda channel would never fire anyone for being far-left.



    That’s why they hire their hacks, for Pete’s sake!

    The reasons why the man must go are manifestlly clear.

    Why’s Yentob’s Snout Still In BBC Trough?

    It’s not his politics that should make him the next dirty domino to fall!

    • Mel Henderson 12:31 on May 23, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Yentob’s record should have got him kept well away from any responsible media.
      He’s far left, of course, as you have shown in the past.
      A bit like Bashir, who had to quit MSNBC because of nasty bias against Sarah Palin.
      But BBC standards are different, no principles till they are caught out, then they pretend they care.


  • ross1948 07:15 on February 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Diponegoro, , National Gallery   

    Exhibition Fit for a Prince! Diponegoro – Jakarta, till 8th March 

    Plans to go out today are temporarily shelved, given that dark, dark sky overhead.

    But if I do, here’s an idea.


    I like going to Kota Tua, that oldest surviving part of Jakarta, where there are so many museums to enjoy. 

    Jakarta – Kota Tua – A Jewel Worth Polishing! 

    Eager_Subjects_and_Cannon@Taman_Fatahillah_Jakarta Museum Fatahillah


    Fatahillah Square is the place to aim for, a wide open space where street entertainers congregate to amuse and amaze Jakartans. There’s also the old City Hall, now Fatahillah Museum, said to be haunted, and the Wayang Museum. I’ve covered them before.  


    immigday! 014 Immigration Office


    Now the National Gallery, next door to the Immigration Office, well-known to foreign residents, has an expo on the famous Prince Diponegoro, on until 8th March  – he’s a hero to nationalist Indonesians, took on the Dutch in the early 19th century.

    I won’t say more about him – go along and learn for yourselves.

    But maybe not today -the rain has started, heavily!


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