A Biased BBC reader was listening to the PM yesterday and has this to say..

“Towards the end of the PM programme we were promised they were going to talk about the census figures, which they admitted showed the biggest ever population increase (although still obviously a gross under count, no mention of the 1.4 million forms that weren’t returned). I guess the BBC thought they’d done their bit to show how unbiased they were with the bare facts, because then we are told, predictably, the unusual propaganda, this was caused firstly by us ‘living longer’,  secondly by our higher birthrate (no mention of the groups causing the higher than European average of course) and only lastly by immigration.

We were then read comments by three listeners, the first,the only anti immigration, was read in a silly slightly petulant voice, the second was rather interesting in that it was from some liberal hair shirter who was attempting to put the *moral* argument for Open Borders which nobody with an ounce of pragmatism in their bones can support, even the majority who take a soft hearted approach. The last was a second generation  immigrant who took the totally fallacious line of  presenting a synopsis of her mothers life as an example of the (rare?) ‘model citizen’ immigrant and then demanded that we shouldn’t have it in for  immigrants, falsely conflating personal dislike of immigrants with dislike of mass immigration and concerns about overpopulation.”

The demographics in the Census are explosive and the BBC has done everything to sanitise them and to make us feel warm and content that it will all work out well. It won’t, they are wrong but there will be no debate on it.

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  1. Leftie-Loather says:

    Well said! – And living in the real world and not Cuckoo Land, I know that’d be on behalf of practically everyone in my neighbourhood as well.


  2. London Calling says:

    The BBC has taken the blue pill.


    • Earls Court says:

      The BBC had the bits removed from its Brain years ago to do with common sense, the real world and not being spineless cowards.


  3. Beness says:

    BBC world is one of Taxi from door to door and mixing with Ethnics from the same background. Very cosy and lovely. What’s not to celebrate?

    More incomers more licence fees.


    • Earls Court says:

      It would have to be a very big taxi to be able to fit in Diane Abbott.


      • Buggy says:

        Leave her alone, chummy, or my sexiful avatar from the old site comes back.

        This will be the only warning.


        • London Calling says:

          Pork pies are not just for telling, as Abbot knows only too well.


    • Guest Who says:

      ‘BBC world is one of Taxi from door to door and mixing with Ethnics from the same background. ‘
      Which may explain the odd, quaint comment that [sighs] in on occasion to the effect that because things don’t happen in their Eloi-esque bubble world, they therefore cannot exist. Explains, if does not excuse most of their ‘representative’ ‘reporting’.
      Also have to say that the vocab being deployed of late by the cherry vultures has been intriguingly robust, though adding nothing substantive beyond a Tourettes version of ‘wot I fink’ really doesn’t elevate it any further than simply still being no more than… ‘wot I fink’.


  4. Maturecheese says:

    Don’t TPTB notice that the more we get mass immigration pushed down our throats, the more likely we are to gravitate towards the EDL, British Freedom Party etc.


  5. Earls Court says:

    The BBC and the left will lose. Only a matter of time. Cranes and lamposts will be their fate. No one will save them especially the religion of peace.


    • Lloyd Reith says:

      Whose cranes will be the prefered suppliers then ? as Catapillar are always under attack by the BDS arsoles for supplying Israel.


      • Earls Court says:

        I’d would say JCB, great British firm. We could use Islamic cranes if their is any. A firm that is near Islington and Hampstead.


        • Lloyd Reith says:

          Mrs. Elswoods ? oop’s sorry thats “chrane”, nice with gefite fish, not for hanging the infidels.


  6. Jim Dandy says:

    Bullshit. See main article here which is clear about the migration link with the growth in population


    • Framer says:

      There are stories to which the BBC instinctively give legs which run and run. Murdoch is one example, Ashcroft another, G4S more recently and the bankers for the decade of the depression, but never trade unions and certainly not abnormally rapid population growth.
      A statist organisation can’t work up the enthusiasm so they are one-off stories that hardly last a day and are dulled down by endless statistics, or Mark Easton, or both.
      Fact of life, when a stae organisation is exempt from financial reality.


    • London Calling says:

      Thanks for the link JD but is not quite the get out of jail card you might want.

      “BBC home editor Mark Easton says the most likely reason for the discrepancy between the official estimate and the actual population is inaccurate migration data”

      Illegals? or just “inaccurate” as in “we can’t add up”.


    • Span Ows says:

      …and how does it present those figures? Do you think illegal & most other immigrants fill in any kind of census forms? Do you wonder who and where the baby population boom is from? Did you see the way these figures were presented on TV news?


      • London Calling says:

        NHS Hospital maternity statistics by country of birth of mother is all that is needed. They know where to look, they just don’t dare, for fear of unleashing the whirlwind. Better not to know. That was always Tony Blair’s body swerve.
        “How many illegals? ”
        “Search me, no idea”.
        But you are the Prime Minister… why don’t you know?
        “Search me, I don’t know why I don’t know. Next question?”


    • johnnythefish says:

      Buried away in an article on the internet whilst the narrative on TV and radio is…..?