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Are you still paying for this trash?

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The state broadcaster wasted no time in becoming a vast national troller, filling the airwaves with every old Lefty they could drag up. I genuinely wish I had a TV Licence to burn.

 

They can’t even headline their online pieces faithfully. Look at that one “The TV was turned off when she came on”. This is the article. It was said by a woman whose mother hated Margaret Thatcher, who was horrified at the idea of a female Prime Minister and it was the mother who turned the TV off. If the daughter’s own opinion had been used for a headline it could have been “I remember the 1980s as an era of opportunity and prosperity and I was inspired by Mrs T”, or “Mrs Thatcher had strength and conviction and she will continue to be my inspiration.” Headline writers, however know that many people get an impression from headline-skimming and don’t always bother to click on articles. Typical BBC snide journalism: not lying, but still skewing reality.

Really, why are you still allowing these bloated communists to gorge on your labour? Stop acquiescing, say no, withdraw your consent.

What if Margaret Thatcher had never been? What when the BBC is no more, please. Make it happen.

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22 thoughts on “THAT GOOD OLD BEEB BALANCE

  1. Pete

    Aren’t you rather overdoing these Thatcher deification posts. Will we next see you weeping and wailing in the street North Korea style on the day of the dear leader’s funeral 😉

  2. The BBC Iplayer site has a number of extended clips of Thatcher’s finest speeches. Last night I watched her final performance at the dispatch box in 1990, truly awesome.

    Link here

  3. //Will we next see you weeping and wailing in the street North Korea style on the day of the dear leader’s funeral Will we next see you weeping and wailing in the street North Korea style on the day of the dear leader’s funeral //

    ROFL!

  4. Colm –

    Just geting warmed up, though you’ll note the post is about the BBC. In the interests of fairness, I’ll share that since your comment and now (40 mins) Sky News has interviewed three Labour MPs on why they won’t be in the Commons this afternoon.

    I’ll only wail at the funeral if I can’t find a few commies to straighten out.

  5. It’s amazing the cleansing effect a death can have.

    Suddenly there’s a sponger who got her cash from looting from the productive class and whatdyaknow, she’s a hero.
    Other money stolen from HM subjects will pay for other spongers being recalled to their cesspit, while more loot will be lavished, without anyone being asked, on the pomp of a funeral – and that’s OK this time.

  6. Gotta pay your dues, chip in, give your fair share, contribute to civilised society and all that.

    Isn’t that so?

  7. Noel,

    There’s a difference to a sponger looting from the productive classes and someone who set this country right after 2 decades of mismanagement.

  8. //Gotta pay your dues, chip in, give your fair share, contribute to civilised society and all that.//

    Of course. As far as I recall, there’s only one chap here who thinks money should be looted from the productive class only to pay for what he favours.

  9. //There’s a difference to a sponger looting from the productive classes and someone who set this country right after 2 decades of mismanagement.//

    OK, OK, so there are TWO (chaps and/or lasses)

  10. “Of course. As far as I recall, there’s only one chap here who thinks money should be looted from the productive class only to pay for what he favours.”

    LOL Noel. The work hypocrite really doesn’t go far enough for Pete. It’s not that he’s against BBC bias, (and they are biased), it’s just that it’s not bias he agrees with. 🙂
    The same also applies to DV.

  11. I think Pete is actually having a lot of fun on ATW with this whole story. He is enjoying tweaking the tails of all the ‘commies’ here, and of course to Pete we are all commies 🙂

  12. We can cut through all this. What it comes down to isn’t quite so much policy and legacy. It’s more basic than that. As Cristina Odone correctly and reasonably points out today, it’s that Left Wing men hate powerful women.

    There’s always been a dark, fearful misogyny on the Left. It’s been unspoken for too long. Now that the Left has yet again shamed our nation and horrified the world with it’s violence and looting in celebration of Baroness Thatcher’s passing, it cannot go unsaid any longer.

    You could see it in the trembling, hate-field eyes of Foot and Kinnock and Hattersley as she swatted them to the four corners of the Commons each week. You could hear it in the spiteful voices of BBC interviewers and journalists.

    Hate, hate, hate.

    That’s all they had because these class warriors, deep down, are neutered little girly-men.

  13. Left Wing men hate powerful women

    Yeah, and obviously Thatcher loved them that’s why her Cabinet was crammed with them.

  14. It’s amazing the cleansing effect a death can have.
    Suddenly there’s a sponger who got her cash from looting from the productive class and whatdyaknow, she’s a hero.
    Other money stolen from HM subjects will pay for other spongers being recalled to their cesspit, while more loot will be lavished, without anyone being asked, on the pomp of a funeral – and that’s OK this time.

    Brilliant. Not only is the “violence of law” acceptable but so is actual state violence and massive centralisation of power.

    I love Libertarians. It takes only one Thatcher to expose that they are infact slave-traders at heart.

  15. Maggie Thatcher said,
    “If you want something said, ask a man.
    If you want something doing ask a woman.”

    Left wing men and women hate FREEDOM!
    They know what’s best for everyone, and persecute those who disagree. They pretend not to, but secretly they admire totalitarian regimes, and they believe that the murders and deaths of opponents and capitalists were worth it, in order to bring about a workers’ utopia..
    That’s the left for you.

  16. Harold Wilson (eight years as PM) closed more pits than Margaret Thatcher (eleven years).

    Based on these figures from the government about 290 mines closed under Wilson in all his time in office, and about 160 under Thatcher.

    I think putting it on the BBC thread is most fitting, since you won’t be getting these numbers from there.

    I see also that Wilson closed 58 Durham pits, Margaret Thatcher closed 15. The BBC inexplicably left this detail out in its endless re-runs of an ex-Durham miner welcoming her passing.

  17. The mining unions were insane and could not be reasoned with- as Heath discovered to the country’s cost.

    Their position was that no pits should be closed- no matter how much money they were using- until they had been exhausted of coal.

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