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Readers’ comments: How to deal with uppity Auntie


In response to David Keighley: When will Team Boris wake up to BBC bias?

39 Pontiac Dream wrote:

‘When will Team Boris wake up to BBC bias?’


The main parties get free publicity from the Beeb. Whether it’s good, bad or indifferent, it makes no odds to them. Why would they cut off their food supply?

It’d take a party outside the mainstream to force the BBC into subscription. No party in Parliament will ever do that.

Paul in Eastern Europe wrote:

The transcript is very interesting because it shows the many traps laid by Robinson that Bill Cash dealt with. The transcript exposes that BBC staff are trained, coached and required to damage anybody and everybody who disagrees with their left wing group think.

This is so far out of line with their duty as an impartial broadcaster, that action must be taken to stop it.

Actions include:

1. The licence fee made voluntary.

2. All the assets of the BBC become the property of former licence payers in proportion to the number of licences their family purchased. These shareholders must be able to demand a return on their investment and sack the management if it fails to deliver.

3. The BBC broken up and managed by a judge so that the new parts of the former BBC may only talk to each other in the presence of the judge. Illegal for any part of the BBC to coordinate their news and current affairs coverage with other parts of the BBC.

4. A legal requirement to balance the political views of all staff across the political spectrum. The BBC would be immune from unfair dismissal laws while they cull the 80 per cent of their staff who are unrepresentative of the population at large.

5. What remains of the BBC would be forced to make programmes that people in the UK and elsewhere are prepared to pay for, otherwise they will fail or be bought by companies intent on turning them round. All potential buyers must prove that they have a balanced political view or a free market view to set right decades of BBC bias. No point in allowing BBC luvvies to buy BBC assets on the cheap.

6. An end to nepotism. The proportion of BBC staff whose friends or relatives also worked at the BBC reduced to 0.1 per cent.

darkness visible wrote:

What bias? Boris is fully supportive of the BBC’s open borders, climate disaster, LGBT agenda.

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