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Thats the BBC - Censoring debate.

The BBC does it again:
The BBC cut a Newsnight interview in which Boris Johnson attacked Jeremy Paxman over his pay.
Sources close to the London Mayor claimed that key parts of the exchange were removed when it was broadcast .
They challenged the BBC to put the unedited interview on the internet.
Mind its not the first time they have hidden stuff away that they do not want you to find out about. Until the BBC release the Balan report how can we believe a word they report on matters involving the middle east?...

Still what can we expect from a bloated taxpayer funded organisation that doesn't have to pay its way like a private company. An organisation that thinks blowing £11K on a leaving do for one of its parasites called Jenny Abramsky is a fine use of your cash, an organisation that freely admits its left wing bias, and does the governments work in spinning unemployment figures.

Oh and spends £100,000 a year on chauffeur driven cars to ferry its top two executives a few miles to work?

But then BBC comrades have issued orders to lay off Comrade Brown,as Peter Knowles said.
The BBC was at the centre of a political bias row last night over claims a senior executive told reporters to ‘go easy’ on the Labour Government now it is lagging behind the Tories in the polls.

According to a well-placed source, the man in charge of BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today In Parliament told his staff that it was right to be ‘aggressive’ when things were going well for the Government but not when it was in trouble.
Plus social engineering with the black Friar Tuck. Oh and the BBC's rather impartial reporting of President O'Bambi. Especially with ex-Grauniad reporter and now BBC Pravda drone Anita Anand wearing an O'Bambi hat.

But there is still more, how about the public funded BBC mocking the very people who fund them losing their jobs! BBC mock M&S job losses.

That would be the BBC that fixes competitions, like this oh and the by now infamous Blue Peter competition fix. Then has to explain the concept of honesty by sending its staff on a mandatory new training programme to teach honesty to BBC staff: link.

That would be the same BBC that has failed to promote proper debate on major political issues because of the inherent liberal culture of its staff, a report commissioned by the corporation has concluded: link

That would be the same BBC that employs people from terrorist channel Al Jazeera...link who also apologized to the Taliban: link 

That would be the same BBC that claims terrorists are an urban myth created by the jews and JW Bush...link

BBC offers aid and moral support to Taliban terrorists, claim that no army is as mobile as them: Link

That would be the same BBC that lies about casualty figures in the LebanonLink as well as fawning support for Palestinian terrorist scum: link

Oh and the same BBC that denies a pro EU Bias and yet has accepted loans from the EU and for some unknown reason can not see this as a conflict of interest: BBC taking the 30 pieces of silver from the EUas the Timesreported:

THE BBC last night faced accusations of pro-Brussels bias as it was revealed that the corporation had taken out £141m in “soft” loans from the European Union.
The broadcaster has taken out three separate low interest loans from the EU-backed European Investment Bank (EIB) to fund the expansion of its growing commercial empire.
It also emerged that the BBC has received grants from the EU worth £1.4m over the past five years.
And who tried to infer that 9/11 was America's fault.
That would be the same BBC that after deciding to slash thousands of jobs wasted £120,000 on "free" food and drinks for 4000 BBC staff. Oh thats free food and drinks all paid for from the license tax: link

Oh and statues to its own vanity:
The BBC was embarrassed last night by e-mails that showed it "invented" a justification for spending £60,000 of licence payers’ money commissioning a Tracey Emin sculpture.
Emin's Roman Standard sculpture of a bird on a post was bought by the BBC at a time when Mark Thompson, its director-general, was announcing big cost cuts.
BBC who took terrorists paintballing - From Biased BBC - BBC "took terrorist trainers paintballing"

Also they are selective in what "bad news" theypublish

A laptop and several memory sticks containing personal information about children and their families has been stolen from a vehicle involved with the production of a BBC TV programme.
The information included names, addresses and mobile phone numbers of children, and dates when families were planning to go on holiday.

A little tune on the license tax seb.hunt

A parody with more than a grain of truth in it:sodall

Never mind abolishing the license poll tax, lets just close the BBC down 

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