Honourable pre-reading recommendation:
1) Retired consultant, Dr Chris Burns-Cox, calls BBC ban of Gaza appeal scandalous.
Wednesday, January 28, 2009, 08:00
2) In Lyons we (dis)Trust (pulsemedia.org) BBC, Thompson, complaints, BBC petiton – all ignored.
The MPAC (UK) forum, here, reports:
In November 2005, Thompson traveled with his Jewish wife to Israel, where he held direct talks with Ariel Sharon, which were intended to let the BBC ‘build bridges with Israel’.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Mark_Thompson
Mark Thompson travelled to Israel in 2005 with his wife Jane Blumberg who is Jewish.’http://www.independent.co.uk/news/pe…on-517400.html – and his wife is an extreme Zionist. The BBC is Occupied Territory. It’s not clear if he regards Palestinians as animals or humans. – NominalActor (talk) 10:22, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
this factual statement has already been removed several times by the zionist cabul on wikipedia
The above sentence comes up in search but is missing in the article. Why was it removed, is it factually incorrect? –Wool Bridge (talk) 09:18, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
He has had talks with Ariel Sharon –
Is this why the Disaster Emergency Committee (DEC) Gaza Aid Appeal that wasn’t broadcast by the BBC? (BSKYB, being Zionist freindly MurdochCorp unsurprizingly followed suit). Other discussion HERE on World Press Network.
Seems likely to me. The swines. The BBC is well known for its pro-Israyhell bias but I never thought a connection to the Godforsaken thieved state of occupation was so blunt.
Wiki says this about Mr. Thompson:
“Later that day he told BBC staff, via an internal televised message, that deception of the public was never acceptable. “ source
From which we can conclude Mark is quite open about his Zionist leanings.