Sorry to report that there has been more killing and violence in Gaza. For some reason, the BBC seems unaware of this. Any thoughts on why this might be? When even the Guardian seems more fair-minded than the BBC, you know things are bad. Still, at least the BBC won’t carry the DEC appeal! 😉

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15 Responses to OH NO – MORE GAZAN VIOLENCE!

  1. NotaSheep says:

    To the BBC, inter Palestinian violence is a sad and terrible thing and can only be understood through the prism of Israeli oppression.


  2. davo says:

    THE BBC are only interested when Jews kill Palestinians. But now Hamas may have a lot more bodies to add to the pile and no doubt will present them as killed by the Israelis when the UN or amnesty int. or whoever start the body accountancy.


  3. Abandon Ship! says:

    …instead the BBC highlight this….what a surprise Beeboids:


    “The Israeli defence ministry has concealed information about the extent of illegal settlement-building in the West Bank, a leading newspaper reports.”


  4. Dick the Prick says:

    If anyone’s bored they could do worse than wandering over to the Huffington – the Yanks are steaming – maybe even more than us!!


  5. Nearly Oxfordian says:

    Just testing HaloScan – the thread starts off empty, but I think posting something makes it come back.


  6. Nearly Oxfordian says:

    Well, Davo, the UN claimed initially that Israel shelled that school. So did all the Joo… oops, Zionist-haters in the media. So any counting by the UN has to be taken with some scepticism.


  7. Dick the Prick says:

    Whoo hoo – was Haloscan made by BBC techs? The UN have got political over in Sri Lanka too – where the hell do they get their authority? From subs we pay to get biassed opinions, hmm, now where has that been done before?


  8. davo says:

    yes N.0 quite and no mention of UN ‘ERROR’ either but a sickening lovefest today by John Simpson over the dreadful Khomeini to celebrate the coming to power of the ‘holy one’
    The condescending tones of that propagandist resembles the sound of chalk on a blackboard and I’m sure it is retrospective adoration. In ant case the french and jimmy carter have a lot to answer for launching that virus into Iran.


  9. Caveman says:

    Here are a few ideas for the BBC if by any chance they want to be more impartial:

    1) Show the Israeli doctors treating Palestinian children

    2) Stop going on all the time about that blasted appeal ban – yes we know how virtuous you are – you have already flogged it to death, and yet you are still trying to squeeze more mileage out of it.

    3) Use the word terrorist when talking about terrorists

    4) Actually show a map of all the Arab countries and Israel at the same time. And draw arrows like in Dad’s Army pointing to a tiny spot

    5) Interview Palestinians who want peace (faces disguised to protect their identity)

    6) Make a series of documentaries called ‘Where Could They Settle?’
    Part 1 could Show vast areas in Jordan and look at how arable the land is for crops.
    Part 2 could look at Syria and whether the rail network is sufficient or needs modernising.
    Part 3 could look at Saudi Arabia – plenty of spare land there, but irrigation and desalination issues need to be overcome. Hwever, plenty of free income from oil, if used wisely.

    7) Show all that footage that fell on the floor and got lost – you know which footage I mean.

    At present their coverage seems to consist mainly of Palestinian casualties (non combatants), Israeli ‘atrocoties’, and the opinions of Guardian readers on what a valid legal claim one side has.

    By encouraging Palestinians in their land grievances and egging on Hamas what does that make the BBC? A promoter of war?
    As the BBC executives sit on the train going home and reading the Guardian, what goes on in their self-righteous heads?


  10. Anonymous says:

    Nearly Oxfordian | 31.01.09 – 12:39 am

    Maybe Haloscan is anti-semitic?


  11. Nearly Oxfordian says:

    Don’t give up your day job, little boy.


  12. Nearly Oxfordian says:

    A promoter of war?

    Of course.
    And of racist hatred. Which happens to be a criminal offence.


  13. Grant says:

    Caveman 10:17
    A splendid post, excellent.
    The idea of the Palestinians’ Arab “brothers” offering them land is hilarious !


  14. Ratass Shagged says:

    “Nearly Oxfordian:
    Just testing HaloScan – the thread starts off empty, but I think posting something makes it come back.”

    This happens all the time. Haloscan is just a joke. But then I guess no-one can be bothered to create a proper forum for this place.


  15. David Vance says:


    Very unfair comment.