Panodrama – An Exposé of the Fake News BBC!

The link to this documentary appeared in a comment I was reading in the Telegraph. I found it fascinating, though perhaps I am being naive. Regardless of what you think about Tommy Robinson and his political views, there appears to be little question that the BBC is extremely biased in its reporting, that its presenters are hypocrites and that it uses very underhand methods to extract information. If nothing else, this shows how the BBC licence fees are spent!

11 thoughts on “Panodrama – An Exposé of the Fake News BBC!”

  1. I have a friend in the UK who has been saying for years that the BBC has had ‘it in’ for Tommy Robinson.
    What I can never work out is why so many of the left wing seem to hate the UK so much. Why they need to destroy the place and grovel over any wog, pervert or sexual aberrant they can find. Any normal white person who rather liked the place the way it was is now guilty of an instant hate crime should they be so unwise as to voice their opinions in public.
    Thank heavens Wales is well behind the times and still voices naturally conservative opinions!

  2. Hi Christina, TR has clearly done some silly and unpleasant things, but one has to wonder, given his background, which includes growing up in Luton a city that has become massively Islamised in the past couple of decades, and the obvious left-wing prejudice against him, how much of the criticism is actually justified and to what extent has he been provoked. I watched his appearance on the Oxford Union a few years ago, and he seemed intelligent, articulate and had some valid points to make. He is clearly a man of conviction and courage. But he is seen by many, even on the right, to be beyond the pale. To some extent this may be because they do not want to be tarred with the same political brush even though they may have some sympathy. The media and establishment do not want to listen to him, they only want to condemn him. People like him are becoming increasingly ostracised by social media, and are thus having to resort to something called the ‘intellectual dark web’, where their podcasts and videos are distributed and viewed by increasingly large numbers of similarly disaffected individuals.

  3. Hmmm! I’m certainly no fan of Robinson and think some of his wilder statements and methods make introducing any alternative or more mainstream message into the popular debate all the more difficult. Having said that, there is without doubt a definite attempt by well pampered metropolitan interests to install centre left thinking as the default position, damning any dissent as “extremist”, “far right” or “populist”. The voice comes from the BBC and the house magazine is the Grauniad.

    Take the Brexit debate, for instance. In response to the gobmunt’s request for instruction by way of a referendum, more than 17 million people across the country, a significant democratic majority, told said gobmunt in no uncertain terms that we were to leave the EU tooty bloody sweet and no messing about. “Oh sh*t”, says the establishment the next morning, “We weren’t expecting that”, and the virtue signalling, liberal, London-centric vociferous bubble swung immediately into attack mode and started portraying the democratic majority as swivel-eyed, knuckle dragging, racist Northerners who neither understood nor embraced the wider federalist dream. Being a sentient, rational, educated Northerner I resent every single implication of those insults.

    And as for the immigration debate, the Beeb and Sky have automatically taken the stance that the cold-eyed Daesh baby factory and pin up of the metropolitan left should be allowed back into the UK with her Dutch ‘husband’ and her only surviving Syrian born sprog (though don’t have them living anywhere near us, the tolerant illuminati who want her back, oh good gracious no – property values and standards must be maintained and you can’t possibly have somebody moving into Highgate/Kensington/Islaington who isn’t one of us). Meanwhile, not reported by the Beeb and others is this where more than half a million people do not accept that multiculturalism and ethnic diversity is necessarily a good thing and have demanded a parliamentary debate. Tell you what, I see more non-Caucasians on the telly before breakfast than I do in a month in the real world.

    Which brings me to the issue of those with ‘issues’, so to speak: the one-armed girl who waves her stump at the map on the Beeb’s weather reports when there is a chef, Michael Caines who does cookery programmes wearing a discreet prosthesis: the Rastafarian wheelchair warrior doing nature and travel programmes to show how’challenging’ life can be, especially if you go out of your way in front of a camera to make it so: Channel 4’s profoundly deaf continuity announcer who sounds like he’s got, ahem, profound learning difficulties: I can’t wait until they appoint a newsreader with Tourette’s – now that would be worth watching.: the hordes of ‘in your face’ openly LGBGT+MGBGT wowsers and vegan presenters and guests who are quick to signal their private persuasions and then challenge you to to have a problem with it.

    D’ya know what. I’m a reasonable healthy totally heterosexual white male. I’m still in possession of all my extremities and the NSW, who is still with me after all these years, and I consume biblical quantities of meat and fish. We have a black, three legged dog and a white cat who lost her ears to cancer. We are very content. You got a problem with that?


  4. OZ, yes, there are so many presenters who represent minorities of various shapes, colours and tendencies that they over-represent them. Why does the armless weather person need to be paraded at all? Why must there always be more non-white children on show in school reportage? Why do gender-twisters occupy so much media space? Such blatant manipulation of the public conscience is probably counter-productive.

  5. Harrumph! Used to was that the BBC contented themselves by having presenters with quaint regional accents. Now they seem to live in fear that they’ll be (shock, horror!) criticized for not putting all these other, more visible, types on full parade. Makes me glad that I live in the USA, where I can say what I think (so long as I don’t “incite to riot”) without being arrested for “hate speech.” Sometimes, though, words fail even me, such as in the case of the supposedly born-male individual who appeared onstage at the recent Oscars nonsense wearing a designer gown! At such times, I do my best to ignore the incident and turn instead to comforting thoughts of riot, such as: it’s time to start checking the structural strength of lampposts outside BBC HQ (think of Mussolini’s end).

    The over-represented minorities are themselves guilty of over-displaying themselves, perhaps overcompensating for the odd twinge of guilt (is there still such a thing?) by letting it all hang out. I can’t help remembering a local TV station (since bought out by a large network, who did away with all local programming) that had a one-armed weatherman on the early morning news. He was good at what he did and went to some lengths not to distract from that, always standing sideways with his slack sleeve away from the camera.

    Bazz razz!

  6. Well said, Cog. Look, I don’t care what people do behind closed doors, but I don’t want it in my face all the time. Likewise, apart from the obvious, Stumpy is quite easy on the eye and as adequate an autocue reader as any other weather girlie. I just wish she would either get a prosthesis or roll the sleeve down.


  7. Over representation of assorted woggery in all and sundry on the TV. Now there is another subject. Here they have the most bizarre ads that feature these ‘melange’ families of assorted colour and race. One wonders how many marriages or adulterous expeditions were contemplated to produce such in the fevered imaginations of the producers thereof!

    Generally flogging some useless/tasteless heap of Chink crap. Why on earth do they think any normal white family would want in their homes any product promoted by such ghastly stupid people? Personally I’d rather have an empty house or whatever. Don’t they see that such inclusivity is totally counterproductive? No normal person would be persuaded to buy. I always found this seriously weird.

    I have to admit I do know rather a lot of people in Wales who think TR speaks common sense. More people than most realise I think. Wales is far more racist than England, probably because there are less of them around and most don’t stay long, the natives are hostile. Especially in Wild West Wales!

  8. Bore da, Tina –

    As a child and in my twenties I visited Wales quite often, almost always in the north, rarely south of Aberystwyth except on business trips to Cwmbran. I always enjoyed the countryside and the history and never encountered any problems from being a foreigner, probably thanks to my own naivety and the few words of conversational Welsh that my dear old (South) Welsh Aunty had taught me.

    But I can’t help feeling that the massive Welcome to Wales signs at the border ought to have a friendly little subscript saying something cautionary like Dim Cymraeg, dim croeso 😎

  9. I have been on the road, of late, having driven the 2,500 km from Harare to Cape Town from where I write.

    All this mention of Wales, reminds me of a passage in Evelyn Waugh’s Decline and Fall.

    “The Welsh character is an interesting study,” said Dr Fagan. “I have often considered writing a little monograph on the subject, but I was afraid it might make me unpopular in the village. The ignorant speak of them as Celts, which is of course wholly erroneous. They are of pure Iberian stock—the aboriginal inhabitants of Europe who survive only in Portugal and the Basque district. Celts readily intermarry with their neighbours and absorb them. From the earliest times the Welsh have been looked upon as an unclean people. It is thus that they have preserved their racial integrity. Their sons and daughters rarely mate with humankind except their own blood relations. In Wales there was no need for legislation to prevent the conquering people intermarrying with the conquered. In Ireland that was necessary, for there intermarriage was a political matter. In Wales it was moral. I hope, by the way, you have no Welsh blood ?”

    No offence!

  10. If Google serves me well, should that not be “Mae croeso i Gymru hefyd” – “You’re welcome to Wales too” and you can take that any way you like. 🤔


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