Yet Again 21st Century Wire Does What The BBC Does Not

While the £3.7billion taxpayer funded BBC interview reliable talking heads who rarely stray far from the party line narrative and hint at Trump’s alleged, yet unsubstantiated Russian problem, Patrick Henningsen’s 21st Century Wire lays out a more full and informative picture. This is an article by Shaun Helton. Of course, it requires a little more attention span than does a BBC report.
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As one example, how about exploring the HSBC connections with Comey? Shaun Helton lists 10 points of possible and justified reasons for Comey’s dismissal while the BBC repeats Russia Russia Russia… the BBC alleges fake news of others while in effect serving it up daily. I know because I listen to it daily.

TAP doesn’t listen to the BBC and I don’t blame TAP, but the BBC remains a mandatory taxpayer funded organ and should be held to a higher standard.

Have you ever tried complaining? It’s not made simple…
http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/
… but, a terrestrial letter might be just as effective…
BBC Complaints
PO Box 1922
Darlington
DL3 0UR

These are the twits and twerps that run the joint:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/aboutthebbc/insidethebbc/managementstructure/seniormanagement
… and they think they are doing a great job!

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One Response to “Yet Again 21st Century Wire Does What The BBC Does Not”

  1. pete fairhurst says:

    A much higher standard than the BBC I agree. And consistently so too.

    But this article still perpetuates “terrorism” stories that have been thoroughly deconstructed and shown to be false. ie. Boston bomb and Orlando.

    It is now my working assumption that all Islamic terror plots are false flags. Because I haven’t found a single one that I have studied in detail that passes scrutiny as real terrorism.

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