Biased BBC, like its evil twin the real BBC, deploys a range of specialist correspondents to help us make sense of the worst al-Beeb treachery. The longest-serving of these is sue, who monitors Middle Eastern madness. Today she finds the BBC guilty of heinous offences whilst covering George Galloway MP and his controversial convoy to Gaza:
The treacherous MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, George Galloway has been away from his constituency lately.
Tower Hamlets in deep winter. What's not to like, George?
Indeed. But where's the BBC bad-assery? I've got an angry email ready to send to Whinge Central.
“ The Egyptian foreign ministry launched a scathing attack on convoy leader British Respect MP George Galloway, claiming that his comments regarding the hold up of the convoy defied “honesty and facts.” “Being aware that Mr. Galloway loves media exposure, for various reasons, the ministry refrains from engaging in media arguments with someone who deliberately changes facts for personal objectives and masters the promotion of false championships that are based on wrong impressions leading to wrong conclusions,” it said.”
So that's how Cairo's Malcolm Tucker spins it. Needs a few more swear words, but... we're still light on BBC action, sue.
The convoy, organized by Viva Palestina, was unable to get to Gaza in time for the celebrations.
Or perhaps not: Your link says the party was in early December; yet the convoy wasn't supposed to reach Gaza till December 27th.
Typical. The BBC gives us all the boring crap - riots, a dead Egyptian soldier, injuries, diplomatic stand-offs and so on - and fails to tell us the vital stuff: That the convoy missed a party it never intended to go to.
They’re also keen to tell us part of what Gorgeous George said.
They should deny him the oxygen of publicity. Keep his cigar consumption down, for one thing.
"It is completely unconscionable that 25% of our convoy should go to Israel and never arrive in Gaza."
A quote also used by Sky News, well known as a Jihad-friendly mouthpiece, among many others.
They didn’t bother to report the end of that statement, which was blatantly slanderous and far-fetched: “because nothing that goes to Israel ever arrives in Gaza.”
Excellent. Had the BBC used it we could have hammered them for broadcasting George's inflammatory guff.
And when they don't use it, we have them for failing to expose the same inflammatory guff. Win-win in every way!