BBC supports scorched earth

In its continuing propaganda frenzy, the BBC this time, spends effort to support a scorched earth policy and to beguile you into condoning it too: the ‘scorched earth policy’ is that being carried out by the slimy and corrupt US puppet Pakistani “leadership”.

With tanks, artillery and airstrikes, the army is trying to clear villages, towns and roads of militants, attempting to drive the Taleban from the sanctuaries they have occupied.

Once each village or town is taken, bulldozers move in, flattening houses so the Taleban cannot sneak back and occupy them again.”source

Do you see the mind games at play here? Well, can you? Read it again if you didn’t notice it. Go on, it’s important! The BBC ‘only’ mentions “villages” and “towns (via use of the word ‘each’)” – yes! towns, not a few houses in a town, not a few streets in a town, not even a town, but complete and whole “towns”. It does so in the context with what it calls ‘the Taleban’. The other association links ‘Taliban’ with ‘sneaking’, inculcating a picture of Taleban and malevolence. And the icing on the cake of all these dangling carrots is, the use of the word ‘again’. Slam dunk! because it is hoped in your mind now you have the impression ONLY the Taliban occupy buildings/villages/towns initially, and that if these villages and towns were not destroyed, the Taleban would return.

It is an outrageous and hideous lie. An example of the most appalling standards of journalism I have ever witnessed from this deplorable and deceitful corporation, although Saddams Bomb is perhaps its equal. The inhabitants of villages are most likely to comprise mostly of women and children compared to men and far outweigh Taliban men. That a whole town, let alone village, is made up of Taliban is a disgraceful conspiracy.

What complete bastards!

Thousands of poor people, likely to be far better human beings than you or I, have already been displaced by Pakistani puppets who wait for their next 10% pay cheque, and many of them have been killed (see

If you don’t feel angry and ashamed at what they wrote, you seriously need to examine your sense of justice and fair play.

And when people are killed, either by US airstrikes or puppet Pakistani troops killing fellow Muslims – again far worthier then themselves, the BBC doesn’t relent; automatically issuing reports that ‘Al Qaeda/Militants’ were killed. They know this becasue the slain Taliban carries an ID card that says “If I die, this is just to let you know I am an Al Qaeda militant – don’t ya know”

Just before the Beeb sanctions the destrictuon of villages and towns, it said:

“Bit by bit, and at huge cost, territory is being seized back”

Yet again we witness the total non-questioning methodology of  “BBC journalism”. This time spoon fed by the Pakistani department of war and propaganda. The BBC clearly sees its role to act as a mouthpiece for a unified moral-less hegemonic fascism, largely going under the recognisible umbrella of globalisation. it also synthesises the false impression that that Pakistan ‘lost’ the territory in the first place.

Again outrageous.

If you don’t think the BBC is pumping sewage into your brain, aren’t you just a little bit flummoxed at how there are numerous reports from Afghanistan, whereby the Taliban are said to have successfully pushed the invading vermin (Coalition of the killing) into relatively small restricted areas, yet the Pakistani army (which drains money away from the countries economy leaving millions hungry, homeless and on the edge of life itself) somehow is achieving unique success???

The ooze simply doesn’t stop…

“First they have struck back near the Khyber Pass, hijacking and burning trucks driving towards the Afghan border.”

“trucks” huh? What kind of trucks? Trucks owned by Iqbal the rice merchant? Trucks containing medical supplies carried by the Red Crescent? Trucks carrying a family of refugees feeling from the Pakistani army who have just destroyed their, sorry, ‘a Taleban town’? Trucks carrying supplies for the US military? Do you really think ALL trucks are being targeted (along with the tactical pitfalls such persistent operations would entail) or do you think it is certain trucks? Come on THINK FOR YOURSELF. The BBC creates the impression any truck is game.

The BBC plays another card, telling us of one trucker, “Haji Haghaley” who the beeb says was hit by the Taliban. This is possible, but I refuse to discount the possibility that the Pakistani army or even US/NATO forces themselves were the ones who fired upon him. We know the US (and it’s wannabe’s) shoot-to-kill first, then try to cover up later. How is it known the bullet came from a “Taliban” and not someone else – like a common bunch of nomadic criminals trying to steal the goods? And they had to pick a Haji didn’t they? (A Muslim that has done the Hajj – one of the 5 central rituals every Muslim must try and do, and is generally regarded as being a ‘devout Muslim’). “Haji Haghaley” is there to give the appearance that pious Muslims are trucking US supplies through Pakistan, and therefore, it’s what ‘good Muslims’ do. You are supposed to get from all this that the Taliban are a bunch of mean killers who shoot at other Muslims, therefore, Muslims of the world: the Taleban are YOUR enemy too!

Anyway, who determines what a Taleban is or isn’t, naturally enough, this question isn’t qualified because it’s simply a tool to be used for the purposes of fear and propaganda. They don’t never show mercenaries driving these trucks and pointing to ambiguous holes and they NEVER describe those killed alleged Taleban as being Haji’s.

I am running out of negative words to describe the BBC, such is the frequency of its brainwashing output, of which I only have limited amounts of time to point out.

Sadly the mindless Zombies populating the UK swallow much of what at vile newz (newz ‘cos it aint no news!) organisation spews out. I am ashamed to be British – a title people thoght meant something respectable, but, I am immensely proud to be ashamed.

The propaganda level in that “report” would put Goebbels to shame,
Dear people, reject this toxic spittle that enters your eyes, ears and brain. We can be something better, we just need to wake up see the monster dancing in front of us, taunting us in our blindness. This current path of hegemonic domination and oppression is madness. It’s not the way things are supposed to be.

Life should be an adventure of discovery, happyness and love. Why are we letting it be anything but?

9 Responses to “BBC supports scorched earth”

  1. 1 StefZ November 27, 2008 at 4:05 pm

    For countries with armies that have supposedly learned from past mistakes, the rhetoric coming from the US and UK describing operations in Afghanistan and Iraq sounds depressingly Vietnam War Era like

    The emphasis on insurgent(?) body counts rather than territorial or political success is grimly familiar

    and not forgetting…

    ‘it became necessary to destroy the town to save it’

  2. 2 lwtc247 November 27, 2008 at 4:37 pm

    Your right, and that phrase immortalises the stupidity of man. But as the mindless NWO killing machine cranks up, the oppression will simply breed more hatred and cause greater desparation. The NWO still doesn’t get it, that it’s violence isn’t a one way street, nor should it be.

    p.s. need to clean up the articles grammer – too much cut and paste & ‘bitty’ rewording – hope you don’t mind

  3. 3 MiM November 27, 2008 at 6:55 pm

    Thank you for visiting Message in a Matrix! I think we’re in agreement on most issues, although you are more up to date. My youth is fading and time is closing in, so it’s always pleasing to meet ‘another’. There are so many of us now – if only we stood together!

    Thank you for pointing out the errors in my article. It’s almost two years ago, but I’ll update and repost. Accuracy is paramount if we intend to surpass the standards set by the corporate media. Again, genuinely, thank you. Please also feel free to use anything that we have on MiM.

    Keep up the good work, my friend. Never give up. When our times comes, we’ll stand together. All of us.


  4. 4 lwtc247 November 27, 2008 at 7:32 pm

    Cheers MiM for popping in. “if only we stood together!” – Indeed! I really hope we can! We are more aware than others of the ‘divide and rule’ trick, trouble is, despite this, we find it difficult to just accept those differences and get on with it for the greater good.

    As such it’s difficult for resisters to nucleate greater numbers of dissenting voices.

    Perhaps ‘unification’ of the civillian rebellion isn’t possible, but still we must try as individuals no matter what.

    Your writing style which I admire reminds me of a the dear antireptilian (as does the graphical style of your site) Do you know him?

  5. 5 lwtc247 November 27, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    MiM You’ve got Irish connections?

  6. 6 Simon January 18, 2009 at 4:20 am

    Refreshing read. Thanks. BBC is part of corporate military government. Its reporting is pure propaganda. This does not take long to learn, but it does take some effort, and not everyone wants to believe it. Others support it.
    It shouldn’t be so surprising that the network funded by what is essentially a tax and controlled by what is essentially the government should turn out to be twisting and even inventing the ‘news’ for government ends. I’m sure some people don’t realise how dedicated, relentless and aggressive it is in the pursuit. It’s frustrating that the BBC retains any credibility. I hate its authoritative presenters and their condescending manner. How dare these puffed up wankers tell their brazen lies to my family and friends? Hypnotising my nation, the people I have to share space with.
    But then, Pathe News was pretty successful, and I can’t imagine many people missed the fact that its news was pure hokum. I suppose simple folk like to live with their heads pressed to their country’s/government’s/MI5’s bosom, and BBC ensures that they do. Anyway, thanks again for the article.

  7. 7 himyaosui January 29, 2009 at 12:25 am

    I have no idea if you and your readers want to visit my site. I found yours by browsing the wordpress search engine. Looking at your tags, your site covers some of the same (perhaps, a little different) or similar issues as mine. Government corruption and war.


  8. 8 lwtc247 January 29, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    himyaosui. Tell me you not a robot or I will delete that post. My blog isn’t an advertising board for other sites. If you made a relevant post and left a link to your site then I can’t complain, but you look 90% like a robot to me.

    If you found my site through tags etc, then others can find yor site via the same route.

    Are you a robot?

  9. 9 lwtc247 January 29, 2009 at 11:48 pm

    As for “I am Emperor of the nation of China” – I have serious issues with the Divine right of kings (eclipsed by concerns with the Divine right of hereditary kings!)

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