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No escape from the BBC’s propaganda deluge


PAUL Homewood has lucidly demonstrated why the BBC1 programme Climate Change – The Facts is an outrage from start to finish against both science and truth, yesterday and in the second part of his critique today.

His analysis confirms yet again that the BBC is deeply biased and locked in a mission to churn out ‘end of the world is nigh’ claptrap on an unchecked industrial scale.

Such programmes, rather than being an honest exploration of the very complex climate science domain, such as in the book Population Bombed! Exploding the Link Between Overpopulation and Climate Change, have become platforms for political campaigners such as David Attenborough to spout Malthusian nonsense. 

In this respect, of course, Attenborough has form as long as your arm. Once he kept his warped ideology to himself, but for the past decade he has become increasingly open, climaxing in his current Netflix series Our Planet in which – as Paul Homewood has also completely debunked on TCW – he claimed that walruses in dramatic footage shot in Siberia were throwing themselves off cliffs because of climate change when, in reality, hungry polar bears were hunting them, or they may even have been scared into leaping their deaths by the programme film crew.

Those who should be preventing Attenborough’s blatant distortions and politicking – the BBC Management Board and Ofcom – are instead complicit in the propaganda deluge. Recent rulings have ensured that those who are engaged in genuine exploration of the science of climate are so rarely heard, thanks to the cooked-up formula of ‘due impartiality’, that they are effectively gagged. 

There is no point in complaining about any element of Climate Change – The Facts because the BBC’s editorial complaints unit and the Ofcom content board have decided that the facts about climate alarmism are settled and are virtually beyond challenge. Orwell’s Ministry of Truth might not yet exist, but are the UK’s broadcasting regulators its forerunners?

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David Keighley
David Keighley
Former BBC news producer, BBC PR executive and head of corporate relations for TV-am. Director of News-watch.

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