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  • ross1948 4:54 pm on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    BBC Rico Flaunts His Pay-Masters’ Pro-Pervert Prejudice! 

    I stumbled out of bed on Thursday morning and started on the first of many coffees…

    …switching on the tv, masochistically choosing BBC World News.

    There was Rico Hizon, their Filipino flunkey, interviewing some geezer identified as an ‘Asian human rights expert.’

    I settled down, knowing that Rico the Pinko…


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    A Role-Model For Youth?’ BBC’s Rico Fawns On Swede Brat! 

    …would sooner rather than later provide me with ammunition.

    Not a long wait!

    The excuse for the interview was apparently a ‘report’ on ‘human rights’ – yeah, another one!

    The miilion Uighirs in China were of course mentioned ( but not the Tibetans!) and India’s citizenship bill, and, inter alia, Thailand’s generals.

    These are matters around which much debate has swirled, although I would define them as debates on political or constitutional rights, rather than ‘human rights,’ the definitions of which are changed in cavalier manner by unelected jurists to suit passing fads…


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    … but which somehow has perverted its role to the extent that signatory states are now ordered not to expel the vilest terrorists to any other country which might impose the death penalty for their atrocities.


    However, the issues, in China, India, etc., are important – they affect very many decent men and women.


    Then Rico went into brazen bias mode, asserting unblushingly the BBC pro-pervert narrative.

    Ah, yes, the situation seems bleak, he said, but not everywhere in Asia!

    Surely there’s also been signs of ‘PROGRESS!’


    Taiwan has legalised “same-sex marriage!”

    Oh, yes, concurred the ‘expert’  – and, completely ignoring the affront to democracy which brought about that wretched outcome…


    ‘Free China?’ No More, As Taiwan Disses Democracy! 


    ….,paid tribute to the popular pressure there.

    Completely disgusting, not just the pair’s delight in how the wishes of the people of Taiwan were ignored, but, for pity’s sakes..

    ….how dare these wallies compare the merits of alleged cultural genocide, of alleged disenfranchising of millions, of issues of life and death, with the ‘right’ of maladjusted men to bugger each other under the cloak of matrimony…


    Does Rico Hizon have no shame?

    • Dito 8:57 pm on February 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      No surprise!
      He is a Filipino but he is not like most people who live in The Philippines, who do not want the ‘same-sex marriage’ law in their country, same as the Taiwanese did not want it but had it forced on them by their amoral ruling class.q


    • Grace 9:57 am on February 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      He is embarrassing to The majority of people in his own nation. We do not like the unnatural idea of men marrying men.
      It has no place in Christian countries, or Muslim countries, I suppose.


  • ross1948 7:06 am on September 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘A Role-Model For Youth?’ BBC’s Rico Fawns On Swede Brat! 

    When Ghastly Greta Thunberg gets an ‘award’ from far-left Amnesty, a clearly partisan political endorsement of her international truanting campaign….

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    …then ‘school-striking’ pinko brats and their older admirers will bē pleased.

    Plenty more people, to whom that po-faced driplet’s self-righteous pomposity is simply nauseating, will hold their noses, whilst acknowledging the inevitability of media coverage of the deplorable Swede at the global agitprop outfit’s knees-up in Washington DC.


    What should NOT be inevitable, especially not on the UK’s tax-funded state broadcaster, indeed, what should not be tolerated, is the BBC’s ‘news’ caster, Rico Hizon cheering this extremist and the accolade she got, with the words..

    ’Congratulations….A Role-Model For The Youth!’

    The ‘congratulations’ were offered by Katarzyna “Kasia” Madera  and the complimentary complement to those congratulations was gleefully, and immediately, added by her colleague Mr. Hizon, co-hosts in Singapore of BBC World News, at 7am Jakarta time this morning, a most disagreeable start to one’s viewing day.

    I would once again urge my British readers to end their financial support of this biased broadcaster  – except their government won’t let them!


    • JazPen 7:31 am on September 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Morning, Ross.
      Up early today?
      I saw this and tuned into the BBC world tv channel.
      She is pompous.
      She was on again a few minutes ago recorded in Washington and was talking about the actions of all her ‘fearless’ youth .
      What terrible punishments do they have to fear? They dont even get told off for skipping school?


    • Venni 9:34 am on September 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It is very wrong for Them to use the position they have of influence to show bias like that.
      I remember when I was your student in 2009 when we all had coffee after school and you told us about the BBC but I still would watch its news. I think Rico was a friendly face.
      So now this is proof for what you told us.
      This man Rico is always smiling and it makes me trust him but now I see he is not so nice.


      • ross1948 10:33 am on September 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Hi, Venni, long time no see.
        I’m still warning people here, never fear.
        The BBC is BAD.


    • Rahul 11:14 am on September 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I think it is bad for children to avoid school.
      She is a very bad role model.
      Rico is old enough to know better.


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