TV Licence. No thanks, BBC.

Why pay to receive the brain-washing and cultural programming of your mind?  It’s the usual trick to make people pay to be deceived.  That way, it makes it even less believable that nearly all they broadcast is fabrication and lies.  Alan Watt Resistance describes what is really going on.

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10 Responses to “TV Licence. No thanks, BBC.”

  1. Twig says:

    I stopped paying them some time ago.

    I realised that the government will never tackle this anachronism as the BBC has become very powerful and dominates and manipulates the news media.

    The best way to deal with the BBC problem is to stop feeding the parasite. That is something positive we have the power to do.

    How about you Tap?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Lydia Cacho

    Lydia Cacho is a Mexican investigative journalist and activist whose work has led to her life being under threat.
    Her book, Demons of Eden, published seven years ago, is an expose of child abuse in Mexico in which she names powerful men at the centre of the abuse as well as the officials and governors who, she claims, protected the paedophiles. Following its publication she was imprisoned and – she says – tortured, and asked to retract her accusations. After a year-long battle, she won the case against her for defamation but still receives death threats from the powerful and dangerous enemies she has made. Lydia Cacho continues to campaign. In her latest book, Slavery Inc, she examines international sex trafficking.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mbztr

    HETT

  3. Barry Took says:

    I for one would willing pay twice/three times the licence fee for the BBC output!!
    Far better than Sky.

  4. Twig says:

    @Barry Took

    That’s a great idea Barry.
    If they raised the licence fee by 200% it would surely bring the issue into sharper focus for the people who currently pay it.

    Perhaps then we could move to a subscription based service, where you could opt to include it in your Virgin or Sky package or just have Freeview if you had conscientious objections to the BBC’s political agenda.

  5. Anonymous says:

    If only there were more people like Barry, then the BBC wouldn’t need to force those of us who don’t wish to subscribe to their “programming” to pay for it under threat of prison.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Not payed mine for coming up to nine years. I know a lot of people who don’t pay too.

    What makes me laugh is the amount of people who read the comments sections of forums, blogs, newspaper comment sections and pop up out of the woodwork to come out with the same boring old arguments for the BBC.

    It’s well known that the BBC employ public relations agencies and Capita to monitor the internet for negative comments about the BBC. The problem is more people are waking up to the BBC and won’t be fooled anymore about their pro-EU/pro-government propaganda.

    Oh, and not only are the BBC getting revenue by threatening the UK public into paying up, they get revenue in soft loans from the EU.

    What a tangled and twisted web the BBC weave.

  7. Anonymous says:

    32 years old,never paid,saved £1000+,stay in an area where i live and work with a lot of polish people and they laugh at the mention of it which i guess is the reason I’ve never had a visit from one of capitas inspectors

  8. Anonymous says:

    The TV Licence system is a twentieth century concept.

    Note to government: We are now in the 21st century. It’s time for an up to date funding model for the BBC.

  9. horehound says:

    their are parts of the bbc that are world class such as the music programming and radio music station output, but forcing people to pay for a tv license (which was a system inherited from the 1930’s radio license) is unnecessary and outdated.

  10. Anonymous says:

    BBC tv do advertise their own products, so why don’t they advertise for other companies; lets say on BBC2 tv to start with and get their revinue this way then pay a percentage of it to the government. That way there would be no-need (saving losts of money, time and fuel) for any detector-vans and staffing going up and down the UK to try and catch-out people who don’t have a tv licence or have forgotten to renew it.
    I have jut renewed my tv licence yet I have a freeview tv and every six month or so there are more free programmes but the licence fee is only for BBC tv viewing,!.

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