Well, another Sunday morning and the BBC advances its own hateful agenda. On Nicky Campbell’s “Big Question” we are asked; “Should Tony Blair be tried as a war criminal?”  You know where the BBC answer will come from on that one! Then, we have, shockingly, the argument for child euthanasia “Does a child have the right to choose death” Finally, there is the seemingly innocuous “Is it always right to uphold your religious convictions”  (Inspired by those evil Christian hotel owners who —- gasp — “discriminated” against gays) Hang Blair, kill kids, persecute children….just another day at the State Broadcaster.

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  1. Grant says:

    “Is it always right to uphold your religious traditions  ? ”

    BBC answer  “only if you are a muslim “.


    • hippiepooter says:

      Especially if persecuting Jews and Christians!


    • It's all too much says:

      Apparently not, but only if you are guest house owners who do not want unmarried adults sharing beds because that sort of thing runs contrary to your religious convictions…


  2. Martin says:

    I just caught the end of this piece of crap with Dame Nikki, where were the Muzzies?

    Normally if I turn this crap on every other member of the audience is an Alky Ada look a like, so why was it mostly a white audience? Could it be they wanted to give the muzzies another pass on the male bottom hobb so loved by beeboids?

    Oh and lance Price is gay? Well I never.


    • Llew says:

      Perhaps because of the 3rd question “is it right to uphold your religious traditions”.

      Most of the audience loudly ambushed the Christian chap who was defending those B&B owners who barred the gay guests. It seemed the whole audience insisted that because they were running a business, they could not uphold their religious traditions and the gays rights overrode their rights.

      The obvious question wasn’t (I think) asked – if religious traditions can be overridden, how come no-one is allowed to override Muslim religious traditions eg the Burkha etc

      By not having any muzzies in the audience, perhaps the BBC were playing safe just in case that question did get asked. No muzzies, no embarrassing question for them to answer.


  3. ltwf1964 says:

    I suspect there wouldn’t be too many court cases against muslim b and b’s if a couple of homo’s got turned away from one of them 😉

    anyone spot the useful jew rabbi on the panel/

    if that sorry excuse for a rabbi is an orthodox jew then i’m Osama Bin liner


  4. Marky says:

    Wot no Islamist massaging on about how great the religion of pieces is?


  5. Martin says:

    I didn’t see any would be suicide bombers in the audience.


    • graham duck says:

      Just wait until they accept Turkey into the EU! You aint seen nutten yet: I know I’m repeating myself, but someone has to air the future threat to our way of life.


  6. matthew rowe says:

     “Should Tony Blair be tried as a war criminal?”
    No the poor lamb  he was just a puppet for the evil Bush who forced him to do it with Sarah Palin pulling the strings so it’s all her fault really !
    “Does a child have the right to choose death”  
    No it should be left up to the likes of Blair who has done a lot of work in the field of death ! mind he was being bullied by Bush/Palin so be fair!
    “Is it always right to uphold your religious convictions” 
    No only if yer from the I.E.D [intolerant exploding dumbarse]  religion or Blair who found religion through his beautiful wife [reetchhhh] and brought forth the reign of enlightenment of the Broon and the Obie one !


  7. Biodegradable says:

    Gasp indeed!


  8. Dino64 says:

    The BBC grows more detestable and vile with every passing day with Campbell in the leading pack of detestable and vile characters. Go choke on a basketball Campbell you tool.


  9. hippiepooter says:

    Have I mentioned before that I’m a big fan of Nicky Campbell? 😀

    That said, the one-sided way these questions are weighted and those of the week before is very disturbing.


  10. Ian E says:

    Well, I’d give them one out of three – except that hanging is too good for Blair!


  11. JohnW says:

    I have two main issues against Blair, but the invasion of Iraq is not one of them. My complaints are his introduction of the Human Rights Act and him furthering the genes of his disgusting socialist-lawyer wife.


  12. Dr A says:

    On the other hand, Dame Nicky is such a stupid, vain, lightweight, irritating knob that he probably wins more people to our cause than their’s every time he opens that fat, overpaid mouth of his.


  13. John Horne Tooke says:

     How can any of these questions be answered in an hour long programme? Its just pure unadulterated propaganda.

    The BBC is sick and should be put down.


  14. George R says:

         Next week:

         “Should Ahmadinejad get the Nobel peace prize?”


  15. TheGeneral says:

    I used to phone up Cambell’s morning program years ago, but I had to pretend I was going to say or ask something different to what I actually said in order to get on the program. Cambell hated me for not falling in with the ‘Leftie’ line and dubbed my even handed remarks as ” The voice of Conservative Central Office.”  Eventually they did not answer my phone, maybe they posted my number up and vetoed it.
    During those years I remember Cambell saying in reverential hush tones in 1997 ” What a very impressive Prime Minister Mr Blair is.” and after the Bush election he revealed the bad mood in the BBC studios ” So many here are walking around like bears with sore heads.”