Biased Broadcasting Company

Recently, I wrote a bit about a suppressed report that exposes the BBC as openly biased. They appear to be heading the report off at the pass.

At the secret meeting in London last month, which was hosted by veteran broadcaster Sue Lawley, BBC executives admitted the corporation is dominated by homosexuals and people from ethnic minorities, deliberately promotes multiculturalism, is anti-American, anti-countryside and more sensitive to the feelings of Muslims than Christians.

As for that last bit, I wonder if they're candid enough to figure out why that might be. I find it greatly ironic that a corporation "dominated by homosexuals" would be so accomodating to people who have a track record of very poor relations with gays (to put it mildly)

There more:

In one of a series of discussions, executives were asked to rule on how they would react if the controversial comedian Sacha Baron Cohen known for his offensive characters Ali G and Borat - was a guest on the programme Room 101.
On the show, celebrities are invited to throw their pet hates into a dustbin and it was imagined that Baron Cohen chose some kosher food, the Archbishop of Canterbury, a Bible and the Koran.

Nearly everyone at the summit, including the show's actual producer and the BBC's head of drama, Alan Yentob, agreed they could all be thrown into the bin, except the Koran for fear of offending Muslims.

There's that fear again. Hmm...I'm really stumped as to why that might be.

Last one:

Randall also told how he once wore Union Jack cufflinks to work but was rebuked with: 'You can't do that, that's like the National Front!'

So displaying the national flag is akin to hatred of minorities? That's interesting. I suppose someone should tell the Queen. She should change the flag over Buckingham Palace to the UN flag or maybe that nice rainbow flag you see in Frisco.


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