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  • ross1948 19:57 on March 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft,   

    BBC’s Awful Eades Has Another ‘Expert’ Guest! 

    UK Pravda had another guest ‘expert’ on today, 9am, 7/3 Jakarta time.

    Awful Eades…

    ( yes, him again!

    David ‘Some’ Eades – BBC Bigot! 

    So NOBODY Objects To Toppling Robert E Lee? BBC Censorship! )

    …was back with yet another ‘guest!’ 

    .Has BBC Begun To Realise Brits Are Not Mugs? 

    Today, he played host to an American from the Quincy Institute, which you and I may never have heard of…

    (actually, I have –Again, BBC Serves Up A Hate-Trump Breakfast! )

    …but BBC World News did not deign to enlighten us.

    So naturally I got suspicious, and lo…



    Soros money was quickly revealed, and while some folks share Soros’ and the BBC’s evident confidence in the Quincy Institute, no wonder Eades gave no hint of what critics have said.

    January 2020, RepublicanU.S. SenatorTom Cotton accused the Quincy Institute of antisemitism, describing the Institute as an “isolationist, blame America First money pit for so-called scholars who’ve written that American foreign policy could be fixed if only it were rid of the malign influence of Jewish money.”[10][11]


    Cotton's official Senate photo

    Senator Tom Cotton


    We have noted Senator Cotton before, and he’s no fool….

    Tom Cotton Takes On Toxic Teaching – This Guy Is Good! 

    …so why the sharp reaction from the Quincers?

    Quincy president Andrew Bacevich described Cotton’s claim as “absurd”.[12]

    Certainly no more absurd than the BBC’s failure…

    …to reveal that the Quincy Institute is, to say the least, an INTENSELY controversial source.

    There’s a lot more, but this next extract suggests that Red China can’t be too displeased with the Quincy crew.

    According to an April 2021 Tablet article, Quincy Institute fellows have taken public positions denying the Uyghur genocide.[

    So what did the Quincer say today?

    Nothing much – but that’s not the point!

    Why does BBC foist people with Sorosoid links on unsuspecting viewers?

    Who draws up their guest-list?

    Only a week ago, they invited a rabid Anti-Brexit fanatic, Malloch-Brown, to chat about Ukraine.

    He’s a bosom buddy of Soros, currently boss of Soros’ ‘Open Society’ cabal, a man we wrote about 3 or 4 years ago.

    Guardian Top News? Not Soros Meddling But ‘Pole Dancers!’ 

    Why him?

    Plenty of ambassadors and elected representatives of all persuasions to choose from, but they choose an arch-Sorosoid?



  • ross1948 20:14 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , BBC World, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, Rachel Espin Odell,   

    Again, BBC Serves Up A Hate-Trump Breakfast! 

    Again, the BBC fed its audience a diet of Trumpophobia, as its leftist hack, Mike Embley…



    ….fed leading lines to an American leftist ‘think-tank’ yapper named Rachel Espin Odell…




    ….an apparatchik from a hitherto obscure outfit called the Quincy Institute – which has been in the news several times…

    The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, an isolationist group funded by billionaire donors Charles Koch and George Soros, is asking for contributions on Giving Tuesday, a day meant to raise funds for American health care workers and others serving on the front lines of the coronavirus battle.


    Quincy Institute and Daily Beast Publish False Article About Epoch Media Group https://www.ntd.com/quincy-institute-and-daily-beast-publish-false-article-about-epoch-media-group_463122.html

    …. since its relatively recent beginnings..

    Needless to say, the Beeb Berk didn’t reveal to viewers that Odell’s outfit was Soros-funded.



    Indeed, it was hardly an interview at all, just one leading line after another –

    Isn’t it so…’

    ’Hasn’t it…’

    Having taught English grammar to my Indonesian students for years here in Jakarta, I am sure I can count on them instantly to recognise the significance of ‘negative tag endings’ when attached to questions –

    Question tags | Grammar – Intermediate to upper intermediate | British Council – British Council Learn English
    We often use question tags when we expect the listener to agree with our statement. In this case, when the statement is positive, we use a negative question tag. She’s a doctor, isn’t she? 

    – they invite agreement!

    That BBC berk never challenged the woman on any of her Trumpophobic rants, nor would we expect him to, if we have kept any kind of track of the BBC’s bias……

    ‘We DO Try To Get Trump Supporters On Our Show’ –BBC 

    Nasty Nabila Stars In BBC’s Hate-Trump Show! 


    Dateline – Lying BBC’s Anti-Trump Jihad! 

    ….over the four years of The Donald’s election and administration.

    Incidentally, that ‘news’ slot was almost at once followed by another ‘Hard Talk,’ Stephen Sackur’s guest being a leftist Israeli queer named Noah Harari, who similarly railed against Trump, and against his own country’s Prime Minister.

    Sackur, who can ask hard questions, didn’t.

    Instead he, the ‘objective’ (!) BBC interviewer, expressed his concerns about Trump and Italy’s Salvini, ‘peddling fake news!’

    • Noreen Paterson 22:11 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The BBC never tell anything like the whole truth about their guests.
      It ought to be obligatory that Soros involvement be listed when the guest is introduced.
      The man is worse than any contagion.


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