Biased BBC fights many brave battles to quell the horror that is the British Broadcasting Corporation. Its leader, David Vance, is usually on the front line.
it's interesting to note how the BBC itself uses the term "incarceration" to describe how Israel deals with suspected terrorists.
Have they no shame?
I have a feeling you're thinking that there is bias, David.
Sorry, when it's little Israel, the BBC is very careful to use the right language to ensure Israel always looks in the wrong.
Damn right, boss. Oh, hang on - look at this, just in from the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language:
incarcerate tr.v. :
1. To put into jail
Which sounds remarkably like the known facts...
It's only a few weeks since David led a lexicographical assault on the political dictionary….
According to the State Broadcaster "Mr Karzai is selling out Afghan women for the sake of conservative Shia support at next week's presidential election." Let us be clear there is nothing that is any way "conservative" about the dark ages pathology of Shia Islam
Dunno: Random House Dictionary says it means "disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditional ones, and to limit change."
Still, David's campaign against the use of incarceration comes from a higher moral plane. As Mailman tells Biased BBC readers:
al beeb is a partial organisation and has taken the side of terrorists in regards to Israel, the West and Christianity.
'Course they do. What self-respecting British broadcaster wouldn't do down their own civilisation in favour of terrorism?