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Death is the lifeblood of the cynical New Beeb

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These days the BBC seems to have a new remit.

Out go the old values of Lord Reith.

Now its values are Wreathian.

One way or the other, they seem to be exploiting deaths.

They’ll protect Jeremy Corbyn’s right to celebrate terrorists.

Meanwhile, no ‘useful’ tragedy goes unexploited. They tried to make an enormous amount of political capital out of Grenfell Tower.

The murder of Jo Cox was spun as proof of an uprising by The Far Right. No supporting evidence necessary. Nobody seems to consider the damage inflicted by pushing this lie.

Then there was that unfortunate death, by accident, resulting from a fight between some youths and a homeless man in Harlow New Town. Since Harlow New Town has a multi-cultural community, it’s likely that in any conflict the participants might be of different ethnicities. Instead of celebrating diversity, the BBC weaponised this poor Polish homeless man’s death as a propaganda platform, pushing the lie that ‘racism’ was on the rise ‘Post Brexit’. An inquest concluded it was a disagreement between two parties that got out of hand in a town where people from different backgrounds come into contact with each other all the time, for good reasons and bad.

The damage that the New Beeb does, by exploiting this tragedy for their own ends, is immeasurable. How do Ilena from Bucharest, Martina from Gdansk and Jurag from Slovakia feel when our national broadcaster keeps pumping out the message that everyone hates them?

The BBC can’t look at a coffin without thinking, ‘There must be some capital in this.’ It’s selfish and cynical.

Why can’t they stick to reporting facts rather than exploiting emotions?

Are they factose intolerant?

Wreathian values.

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Nick Booth
Nicholas Booth is the editor of OhThisBloodyComputer and a freelance technology writer

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