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Trickle down economics

I remember the slimy BBZ doing a business report from India. That a poor man was able to set/have his own bus driving business was used to show what a great success the Indian economic model was. I remember my reaction to this story was one of puzzlement at how exactly this could be regardd as a success story because I think (I can’t remember exactly now as it was some time ago) the bus-driver had to work a huge number of hours per day, hence spent a long time away from his family, in order to service his loan. Frankly, it looked like the man was in a bit of a precarious position. If he was indeed working so long I didn’t see much chance of him being able to take on extra work and pay off his loan more quickly.

But it was classical BBZ, selectively choosing and talking up something that agrees with the agenda it serves – a capitalist dominated ‘usury is great‘ type outlook.

Anyway, the BBZ reporter hailed the bus-drivers case as a good example of the success of the ‘trickle down’ economy, which again I found to be a rather odd thing to say, people at the very end of the (fake)money pile only getting a trickle is good. Strangely enough, the program didn’t show any victims of the Bhopal disaster (or see the toxipedia website) mass death and even more mass injury thanks to those nice people at Dow Chemicals.

Neither did it show the huge quantities of Indian farmers who were dispossessed of THEIR ancient and ancestral pastoral lands as well as those who were forced to use Monsanto terminator seeds, all of which have lead to the thousands of farmers committing suicide over the years. Oh no! The BBC didn’t show any of this (again as far as I can recall).

Anyway, what triggered this rantlet was that I had just looked ay Xymorphia’s website and found this rather more accurate truism: “Trickles Down? No, Streams Offshore!“. That’s the full picture which the horrible BBZ newz and current affairs division just happens to conveniently forget to inform you of.

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Operation Turkeywoods?

It’s early days yet, but this “missing” Turkish fighter – which CNN says has gone missing near Syria [Which pretty much covers a lot a lot Turkey itself!] and which the BBC has decided is the most important news story in the whole world right now, being it the top headlie,  are we witnessing an(artificial) “attack” on NATO and hence the (non)excuse for NATO attacks against Syria?

Update: 24th June 2012. h___ttp://www.b___bc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18568207. What can I say? Operation Turkeywoodspialidocious!

Update: 25th June 2012.

Aaah, it’s a plane now, as in, full of passengers… right…

Later on in the say (25th June 2012):

Turkey says. And the despicable BBC doesn’t challenge it.

Tuesday 26th June 2012: BBC propaganda B.S. altert…

Aung San Suu Kyi – the wolf in lambs clothing?

I don’t like military dictatorships, like the one in Burmah, and either does John Pilger. I like the works of John Pilger very much!

Pilger likes Aung San Suu Kyi (ASSK) and often writes in support of her. However John, like me, doesn’t like the BBC. But today ASSK praised the BBC – and the BBC wasn’t shy to publicise as much.

I remember seeing an interview with ASSK and it triggered alarm bells in my head. ASSK was saying that her vision for Burmah was (I’m paraphrasing) to be a mirror of typical Western countries. That would involve massive Corporatization of Burmah resulting in an already impoverished people be impoverished even more at the expense of the emergent middle and upper wealth class.

I feel John must have missed out on these things (i.e. the warning signs).

Although I am very sorry about ASSK’s personal history, I get the impression if she was allowed to have taken the role of Burmah’s leader, then it would not bring benefit to those who most needed it, but merely a different kind of slavery and oppression.

To praise a horrible propaganda outlet like the BBC is extreme (possibly naive) foolishness and another ominous warning sign as to what lies in store for the people of Burmah.

In the UK we have the same problem. Each political side is just a different cheek on the same arse.

I wonder if Pilger will ever see his friend fall from grace? I have never seen Pilger so ‘happy’ to interview her. His respect for an apparent peoples leader who has opposed a military leviathan may have, or may be, obscuring his vision. At one stage wondered if Pilger would be like this with Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, but to his credit, Pilger included a caveat about Hugo Chavez when he warned about leaders holding power for too long, saying time would tell as to whether it’s touch would prove corrupting. I will end by saying thankfully Hugo doesn’t seem to been driven mad by power yet, but I have little option by to adopt the stance that ASSK has already had the touch.

We shall see, and so I fear will be the people of Burmah.

It’s a loony conspiracy theory, unless it’s OUR loony conspiracy theory.

Sadly, I’m still unable to get the time to comment on my last two posts. I’ll repost them when I’ve commented. But I HAVE to comment on this.

That horrible Frank ‘Goebels’ Gardner is peddling his trade again.


see: h___ttp://www.b___bc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18015935 (remove the underscores)

Frank in my eyes, is the kind of creature I really don’t like. I have zero confidence that he isn’t part of a British establishment cum ‘intelligence’ [sic] ring placed in the media (like they so often are) just to spread propaganda.

Well here, the BBC allows its “security” correspondent (pfffff!) to trot out his own little conspiracy theory, that the Syrian regime is engaging in false flag operations against itself. The BBC allows this because it fits in nicely with whitey is mighty and white-knightly while darky is naughty and dark-knightly. Where’s your proof Pffffrank?

The weird Lyse Doucet plays the game too, reporting – without challenge:
“The opposition says the attacks were carried out by the government itself to discredit rebel forces.”

Come on Frank, why not talk about 9-11 then you creep.

By the way, do you still keep miniature Qur’ans in your ass pocket?

Please note: It is actually entirely possible that Frank is actually onto something. I have no love for the Syrian tyranny, like many so called “Muslim” governments. Who seem to think torture, oppression and idol worship of the countries leader  is one of the pillars of Islam. Well, maybe that’s a bit harsh. They are after all largely propped up by their pro-Zionist western masters, so what do you expect. However, the bare faced cheek of the BBC to only channel certain conspiracy theories is just vile.

And actually, Frank would know a thing or two about false flags, wouldn’t ya Frankie.

Zionazi’s at it again

The sexual pressure has gotten too much. It’s been too long since Zionist Israyhellis last masturbated over the bodies of dead Palestinians. So to get their sexual catharsis, they’re once again killing more kids and innocent adults whose crime has been to be born on land the Ziofreaks decided to steal. All fully supported by fellow necrophiliacs Obama and Cameron, like all US and UK ‘leaders’ before them.

The real modern axis of evil USUKZ simply cannot stop. It’s love of slaughtering people seems insatiable.

And of course the shitty BBC/BBZ is talking about it as there are no instigators and no victims – other than the poor Israyhellis of course. As usual when the BBZ can be bothered to talk about the killing of a Palestinian, then that Palestinian is  ‘Militant’ as though the accused was on some operation in progress with just seconds left before Israyhell came to a fiery end.  The BBZ is a real nasty piece of work – a perfect companion to lick the hand of who it loyally serves. It simply cannot and will not report things as they are regarding to the genocide against the Palestinians. It always counters the MASSIVE, instigation of  force and bombs (supplied by US with full support of the UK) with some mysterious and totally inapplicable and sickly laughable  notion of balance, reducing the eye for an eyelash to equality.

Just imagine them applying their Israyhelli methodology to Cambodia.

I hope and pray the BBZ’s lies and deceptions are easily sen through by the people, and I think they may well.

I seriously look forward to the day the BBC makes it’s last rotten broadcast.

 

Whose racism is it anyway?

In addition to trampling around the world stealing peoples resources and slaughtering millions of people, The British are also accomplished at kicking up a fuss about nothing, and because the world in their eyes revolves around them, they often say the most amazing of ignorant things.

There’s a case in progress as I type: Regarding Liverpool Football Club player Luis Suarez. Apparently people who know him would not call him a racist (actually I think everyone is racist to a degree – especially if you are really honest about the definition of racism – i.e. treating people differently because of their racial traits, but what I mean is that Suarez (probably) does not believe in  or conduct spiteful/hateful/ugly/intimidating racism), but those who don’t know him say he is a racist. Hummm.

Suarez is said to have called the Manchester United player Patrice Evra, ‘negro‘ many times in a football match a few months ago.

Apparently, in Uruguay, the term ‘negro’ is not offensive, but it is (supposed to be) here in the UK, and as we know, the world must conform to white, pretty-hollow-in-sincerity, feel-good British political correctness.

I’m pretty crap with names myself, and I see no reason why Suarez must know Evra’s name to address him by. Is it a compulsion that a footballer must know all the names of all the professional footballers in any particular nation du jour? Remember the frequency of meeting a fellow professional footballer is probably going to be about a usual 180 minutes per year (2 football matches bonding most teams together in a home and away fixture). OK, I guess he could have asked or could have looked at the back of his shirt even!

The BBZ is loving all this racist pantomime. It reports lord Ouseley as saying…

“…all we have heard are denials and denigration of Evra..” – source: h ttp://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/16424487.stm

That’s absolute crap. All we’ve heard about is Suarez’s alleged racism and the manufactured outrage – like Ouseley’s

Ouseley is practically given a soap-box by the BBC and goes on to say:

“…Liverpool’s vitriol has increased.” – Although Ouseley may fantasise Liverpool doing that, they haven’t. Ousely is just talking bollocks!

Going on even more, Ouseley, WHO HAS NOTHING AT ALL TO DO WITH ANY OF THIS, says

“…This was a dreadful knee-jerk reaction because it stirs things up.”

Ouseley I think, should engage in a wee spot of self-analysis.

Windbag Ouseley, having deflated himself, leaves the BBZ on the prowl for some other stirrer to try and keep the anthropogenic storm-in-a-tea-cup on the move.  Such behaviour by the BBZ is far from uncommon. Every time the US brews up a ‘terror’ incident, the BBZ wheels out some idiot who takes themselves far too seriously, such as that spine chilling creep Frank Gobeles Gardner – the aptly branded terrorism expert(!) – to say all the ‘right’ things of ‘Al Qaeda hallmarks and sources say this and sources say that…. etc etc etc *yawn*…

The BBZ plummets for Piara Powar. Yeah, Piara Powar. Come on, you know… P i a r a  P o w a r.

The BBZ reports Powar as saying:

“Liverpool have constantly undermined the investigation and its outcome,” he told BBC Sport.

The BBZ doesn’t say whether Powar’s view was solicited or that Powar took it upon himself to contact the BBZ, but I have my suspicions as to what went on there.

More bollocks. Liverpool FC did NOT undermine the investigation. It simply showed support for one of it’s employees which it felt (with natural vested interest of course) had not engaged in racism.

Oh, by the way, did you know Powar’s wife, Assmah Mir was a BBC Five Live (radio) presenter. Funny coincidence that, hey?

Power rattles on…

“They have been disrespectful to the FA and questioned its integrity and neutrality. “

Yeah, The only reason therefore that the FA have taken NO action against Dalglish or Liverpool FC, is because the cat ate the charge sheet and the only reason Liverpool have decided to challenge the ban & fine…. NOT, but Powar obviously thinks acceptance of the punishment isn’t relevant.

But the BBZ isn’t finished yet, not by a long chalk. It makes a story about the PFA

h ttp://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/16424872.stm

It reports Blackburn striker Jason Roberts (who doubtless like Ouseley and Powar pro-actively contacted the BBC Sport department and weren’t solicited for their views by the BBZ) as saying this…

“If you’re going to come and play in the Premier League and live in our society it’s important that you understand the rules we abide by.”

One remembers BBC Radio legend, Alistair Cooke (RIP) and his “Letter from America” program telling us how the term ‘African-American’ was actually thought of as racist in the US, in Cookes era. With this revelation and an appeal for you to ponder what, in reciprocity, cultural education should be given to European footballers on the naming of African players should they ply their profession in Uruguay, cements perfectly my opening paragraph.

BBZ Newz on the year 1811

I hate the BBZ (British Broadcasting Zionism), more well-known by its nom de plume: the BBC).

Actually, to be accurate, it’s the News and Current Affairs section I hate. In fact, i’d go so far as to say most of those who write this quazi-news propaganda and determine its output are scum.

But you may already know that.

What I want to point out today is, the BBC publishes a story about newspaper articles from 1811 which have gone online. It had the potential to have been a real interesting piece of news and commentary. Alas, the BBZ has BBC-ified it. That said, the property of the subject matter manages to prevent it from suffering total “death by BBC”.

In its coverage, there are numerous comparisons between 1811 and 2011, aspects such as, astronomy, work related strife, museums, Navy funding, even user of ‘eye catching’ tabloidic headlines (now widely exploited by the BBZ), but one glaring omission on the subjct of war.

The omission? Well, breaking with the consistent comparisons of 1811 and 2011 across multiple topics, there is no comparison or mention of David Camerons 2011 wars and those of 1811.

2011 sees war against the people in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya and the looming war against Iran. Why is there no comparison made here?

Lets list the wars the UK was involved in during this period. As the ZBC says, there wars were

UK against France (Napolenic war)

UK against Portugal (Iberian Peninsular War)

There are many more wars that the British are pursuing during this time. Not to mention build-up to one of the ‘biggies’ in 1812 when American colonialists revolted thanks to the oppressive British.

Let me propose the reason why no comparison is made.

i) To avoid a reminder that Cameron is in fact another warring Prime Minister

ii) To avoid connection Britain and Cameron to Imperialism (and ongoing Imperialism).

iii) To avoid mention of British Imperialism is pretty much taboo these days.

iv) To try and preserve the glorified history of the British military’s Imperial past and present (but not mention it by name).

Here, the BBC is certainly top heavy in glorifying war, showing HMS Hermes smashing into a French ship and mentioning tributes and a poem about some idiot officer who probably had virtually no legitimate reason to be fighting, shedding the blood of others and ultimately his own blood, causing misery and hardship for his family, all for the benefit of wealthy and secure filthy elite, who regularly send such fools to fight for even greater benefit.

The comparison with 2011 army dupes and those of 1811 is also avoided. They share a similarity in shared stupidity devoid of human spirit, morality and ethics  – off to kill some dark skinned people somewhere – and get a kick out of doing it [link to British army torture/beatings/killings].

Readers might point out to the space given to an officer in Portugal writing of the horror befalling civilians in war, but it stinks of an attempt to blame hunger in isolation and not because of the war the British were involved in.

On war in this story, there no commentary attributing blame or even questioning of engaging in these wars past (by omitting wars present of course there will be no comment!) i.e. whether war should take place – was Britain attacked etc, and no comment from the BBZ as to whether what was published in 1811 was filtered and used for shaping society or in fact, just blatant  propaganda. No space is given to revealing any subversive comments that may have made it into the 1811 newspapers or if there were none, then why were one printed.

The BBZ once again sanitizes war, talking about it as though it were an abstract thing. But it is not. War is caused by human antics, greed and folly. It also seems to cherry picked particles which as at risk of repeating myself, fail to challenge the orthodoxy of 1811 or even, of today! A brief mentioning a few pre-Luddites and todays Occupy Movement simply isn’t good enough.

Once again the BBC throws out it’s pixie dust and falls in its duty to challenge acceptance of the most dire things imaginable, e.g. war.

What a lamentable thing the BBC Newz and Current Affairs dept is.


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