47.18 mins in…BBC presenter Eddie Mair:
“On the subject of free speech, here’s angry e-mail of the week…”
E-mail read out by PM voice:
“Your radio programme is a very carefully orchestrated fascist propaganda under the veil of democracy. You are deliberately biasing against Muslims and immigrants to the tune of your government while at the same time you cover up paedophiles from the establishment.
Unfortunately for the good people of this country, the ones that believe in equality, love an compassion, your show has become a tool of direct misinformation and manipulation of the masses and it has no difference from the Orwellian nightmare of 1984.”
BBC presenter Eddie Mair:
E-mail read out by PM voice continues:
“History will judge you as traitors to the human race. I don’t know how you sleep at night. Obviously you don’t believe in free speech as much as you like preaching about it and this comment will never be aired, but you know what, that’s fine because you know what, people are waking up at a much faster rate than you are trying to conceal things so your days are numbered.”
BBC presenter Eddie Mair:
“…. and if you thought that was controversial wait till you hear about Cadbury’s Cream Eggs…”
I found myself leaving my cooking to get closer to the radio speaker to make sure I was hearing correctly. BBC presenter was sarcastic verging on dismissive, as if to point out how open, fair minded and tolerant the BBC was in airing this comment from an obviously deluded, ill informed and bitter member of the public.
I found myself saying to the radio: Here here, well said, I agree with the e-mail! I made a mental note to later find the recording, make some time and transcribe the words. Please share TAP. Well done that e-mail sender on submitting your observation and hopefully this will record your words for posterity on the glorious internet, rather than be left dismissed and forgotten in the wasteland of the presstitute BBC news service.
I have followed BBC 1 TV Question Time, BBC R4 Any Questions, the appalling BBC R4 Today and PM programmes, plus even the tired old Friday night comedy slot of The Now Show…. zzzzzzz. None of them question the official story. None of them dare ask if Paris just might, possibly have been a false flag operation; perhaps there is an alternative narrative to the official party line, but the BBC simply does not enquire.
The violation of children and false flag events can be stopped by shining light onto them; talk about them; ask your MP’s pertinent questions; pertinent questions that the likes of John Humphreys, James Naughtie, Sarah Montague, Eddie Mair… never ask.
For example, I give you Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal, who a day later on 08.01.2015, was already asking pertinent questions:
Charlie Hebdo and Tsarnaev’s Trial: Cui bono?
Ruin Is Our Future:
It is as if false flags do not exist, even though the BBC has covered it e.g.
Operation Gladio – Full 1992 documentary BBC:
As Ken O’Keefe states: Mainstream Never Discusses False Flags (Historical Fact) Why Not?
The crux of BBC reporting now-a-days is often emotional: how do you feel? Not, what exactly might have happened? Last week on BBC 5 Live a female presenter asked the goalkeeper of Blythe Spartans how it felt to be called ‘you fat bastard’ by the crowd. The goalkeeper responded it did not really bother him. It was only phone footage on YouTube later that drew attention to it. The BBC presenter followed up with more “… but, did you feel offended?”
When the goalkeeper was not really rising to the bait, she continued to relay how Tweeters and callers were offended on his behalf. Offended on his behalf?! Think about that.
Stop being a victim. Sure, the physical invasion of individual private sovereignty is one thing, but taking offense at anther’s words or pictures? Just walk away and leave it be. Do not rise to the bait and relinquish power to another person’s view point.
I praise the e-mailer to the appalling BBC R4 PM programme. Eddie Mair can be an arrogant twerp. The e-mail conveyed accurate observation. May I suggest anyone inclined write to:
BBC Radio 4,
Room W1 NBH 03B
BBC Broadcasting House
London W1A 1AA
…. and suggest they might at least consider Paris a false flag. As ex BBC anchor presenter David Icke says, it is encouraging how many people are not accepting the official versions of these terrorist events:
The David Icke Videocast: Paris – Who Benefits?
Ian R. Crane reminds me of Icke and visa versa, though they do not seem to reference one another: Ian mentions sowing seeds and perhaps that is what Angry E-mail Of The Week has done. Bravo!
Apathy Kills – Part 1 – Brisbane Nov 2014
Apathy Kills – Part 2 – Brisbane Nov 2014