BBC Biased
25 October 2006
	The other day some BBC executives and newsreaders
admitted what we have all known for a long time. The
BBC is dominated by left leaning liberals biased
against Christianity and for multiculturalism. The BBC
chairman, Michael Grade, had called an “impartiality
summit” and what happened there got leaked. Now it is
clear why the war on terror is being reported the way
it is.
	Now we know BBC executives standards of fairness and
practice would allow a Bible to be thrown into a
dustbin on a TV show, but that would never happen to
the Koran. They are anxious to broadcast an interview
with Osama Bin Laden. All they ask is a chance. 
      The desire to have Muslim women newsreaders wear
veils on the air might be explained by a meeting
admission. The BBC is dominated by homosexuals and
ethnic minorities. They are anti-Christian,
anti-American, anti-British homeland and pro Muslim
and favor multiculturalism. The BBC meeting took place
in London last month hosted by veteran broadcaster Sue
	One BBC executive said: 'There was widespread
acknowledgement that we may have gone too far in the
direction of political correctness. Unfortunately,
much of it is so deeply embedded in the BBC's culture,
that it is very hard to change it.' 
	During discussions executives were asked to decide
how they would react to gross comedian Sachs Baron
Cohen being a guest on the BBC program Room 101. On
the show, celebrities are invited to throw their pet
hates into a dustbin. It was imagined Baron Cohen
chose some kosher food, the Archbishop of Canterbury,
a Bible and the Koran.  Nearly all at the summit,
including the show's producer and the head of drama,
Alan Yentob, agreed they could all be thrown into the
bin, except the Koran for fear of offending Muslims. 
     Criticism was raised at the summit of TV
newsreader Fiona Bruce, who recently wore on air a
necklace with a cross. Quoting a George Orwell
observation, BBC business editor Randall said that the
BBC was full of intellectuals who 'would rather steal
from a poor box than stand to attention during God
Save The King'. Britain is not an image of the BBC or
the people who work for it.

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