I heard lots of outrage on the BBC today concerning the judgement of the Egyptian court that has sent three Al Jazeera journalists to prison for being Muslim Brotherhood enablers. One of the three, Peter Greste, is a former BBC journalist and so the comrades are enraged at this “tyrannical judgement”. However the BBC were ardent cheer leaders for  the “Arab Spring”  and all the chaos it has wrought so why are they now bitching when it doesn’t follow the trajectory that they had hoped for? And as for the “Cairo Three” the fact of the matter is that the Muslim Brotherhood ARE a wicked terrorist organisation and Egypt has a right to deal with any who enable on their behalf. Would that our Government took a similar approach to those within the BBC that have shilled for the IRA for years, never mind the dhimmis that excuse Islamofascism in the UK. Thoughts?

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  1. Anat T. says:

    Well, I would prefer the BBC to stand trial in a British court of justice.

    The precedent cited should be the verdict against Julius Streicher at Nuremberg:

    “… For his 25 years of speaking, writing and preaching hatred of the Jews, Streicher was widely known as ‘Jew-Baiter Number One.’ In his speeches and articles, week after week, month after month, he infected the German mind with the virus of anti-Semitism, and incited the German people to active persecution. … Streicher’s incitement to murder and extermination at the time when Jews in the East were being killed under the most horrible conditions clearly constitutes persecution on political and racial grounds in connection with war crimes, as defined by the Charter, and constitutes a crime against humanity.”

    Streicher was hanged for his efforts. In the case of the BBC, I would settle for jail or even a prohibition ever to practice journalism again.


    • Jackde says:

      Interesting….And now the Palestinian Authority and Hamas are following in his footsteps. Totally ignored by the BBC our political leaders and the U(Islamic)N!! Whatever happened to never again


  2. The Beebinator says:

    Hopefully this is a wake up call for the terrorist sympathisers at Al Beeb to do their jobs properly rather than broadcasting terrorist propaganda for islamic terrorists like the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Hopefully the prosecutors in Egypt have a huge file on BBC journalists. I’d like to see Jeremy Al Bowen go down for a nice 10 year stretch


    • DP111 says:

      Sooner or later, we will have to do what Ataturk did in Turkey, and Gen Sisi is doing now in Egypt.


  3. noggin says:

    al Jazeera al bbc – heard on 5live this morning
    the joy, the wave of optimism after Mubarak?
    for what? … the only organised party there … the Muslim Brotherhood ?
    I thought these were supposed to be knowledgeable about the area?


  4. Turtle Power says:

    It matters not one iota that the prosecution failed to submit any evidence whatsoever. Terrorist enablers? If it suited your narrative you would of course argue the opposite and actually would find that that position is much easier to uphold.
    One wonders what kind of BBC would satisfy Mr. Vance and his acolytes if show trials like this against journalists are given the thumbs up.

    Further reading (not from the left of spectrum either)


    • Ember2014 says:

      The BBC was more than happy to see the Obama-endorsed Arab Spring proceed. But they are also unkeen to see western values adopted by such fledgling democracies. Well, this is the result of having such a potent mix: Islam is the official religion and the “moderate” MB is banned.

      The charges seem to include that of biased reporting: presumably the former BBC man was so used to presenting a jaundiced view that he forgot where he was.

      Tut tut.


    • Big Dick says:

      Turtle Power , hmm , I detect Scotts footprints here .


  5. stuart says:

    so the muslim brotherhood has been deemed by the democraticaly elected egyptian goverment and outlawed as a terrorist organisation, why the hell have are british goverment let the muslim brotherhood from egypt set up the new headquarters in london,and then we wonder why we have so many jihadis roaming are streets to do what them damm well like with impunity,england is just becoming a transit stop for every damm al qaeda and isis terrorist scumbags to come and go freely in and out of this country at there will.


  6. hippiepooter says:

    There are various BBC journalists who aid and abett the enemy at time of war. During the Iraqi War, Humphrys and Naughtie were begging to be locked up. They would have been if we hadn’t completely lost our moral bearings.

    From the Fox Report:-

    “Amnesty International’s observer at the trial, Philip Luther, said the prosecution “failed to produce a single shred of solid evidence” backing the charges. In a statement by the group, he called the sentences “a travesty of justice.””

    Right, AI that’s teamed up with Al Qa’eda front CagedPrisoners. I am just gagging to see the Egyptian Courts lock up some scumbags from AI.


  7. Rob says:

    The same Al-Jazeerah when covering the Iraqi Invasion used to turn up 20 minutes before a bomb went off to be able to report it. I don’t understand people who support terrorism, support Islamic extremism and then when the Sharia Law they are so in love with goes against them cry foul and call for freedom of speech. The very freedoms they don’t want the Kuffair to have.

    Remember the ‘Supporters of Sharia’ they went to cause trouble in Yemen and when standing trial in a Sharia Courtroom held their British Passport up and begged to be released


  8. Amounderness Lad says:

    If my memory serves me correctly Al Jazeera was the brainchild of ex-BBC World Service Propagandist employees. No surprise there, is there.


  9. Thatcher Revolutionary says:

    Wouldn’t it be great to see more of these BBC c*unts jailed in Kenya, CAR, Ukraine, and all other hot-spots where they agitate for muslims & lefties.


    • Anat T. says:

      Na, you will hear nothing about it. But a Beeboid stopped in Israeli for speeding would be top news.


  10. George R says:

    “Al Jazeera’s Muslim Brotherhood Problem”
    By Bob Dreyfuss

    (July, 2013).


  11. George R says:

    The further Islamisation of the BBC, which we have to finance-

    INBBC Director of News, James Harding leads one minute silence in protest at the sentencing of three journalists of the Islamic Al Jazeera by Egypt’s authorities.


    • George R says:

      Did Islam Not BBC (INBBC) have a one minute’s silent protest against the jihad murder of Lee Rigby?


  12. 43 says:

    Don’t be taken in with Al Jizzera’s watered down crap it shows here. The real poison is reserved for their middle east broadcasts.
    And for any prostitute journalist that takes a paycheque from them and ends up in jail,,, Ha f’in ha.


  13. Llareggub says:

    In order to facilitate further immigration can we invite the Egyptian judge to settle here – with maximum legal authority to prosecute the BBC. For those complaining that there was insufficient evidence for the Cairo Three I can assure them that there is plenty of evidence to bang up quite a number of BBC reporters.


  14. John Anderson says:

    How dare the BBC Director of News make this ridiculous statement ? Effectively trying to “speak for Britain”. He was not present at the trial, he does not watch what Al Jazeera actually broadcasts in Egypt and the Middle East. He is just running scared in front of the BBC unions.

    A load of lefty Islamist- appeasing crap.


  15. Rob says:

    Yes saw them all outside the BBC headquarters looking absolutely pathetic with bits of black tape over their mouths. News just in… Journalists not above the law..


  16. Dave666 says:

    Minutes silence outside the Bbc,is this some kind of f**king irony?


  17. Jeggie says:

    As long as Al Jazeera publishes uncut terrorist propaganda, they will compromise the safety of their reporters – but they don’t care because the money behind them views the reporters as pawns. It’s got to feel like you’re making a deal with the devil,; signing a contract for that… organ.