What the BBC censors



Spot the difference between how the BBC reports Jeremy Corbyn’s intended, and now cancelled, speech….


The BBC…

The Labour leader was set to say: “For the past 14 years, Britain has been at the centre of a succession of disastrous wars that have brought devastation to large parts of the wider Middle East.

“They have increased, not diminished, the threats to our own national security in the process”.

And BT…

Jeremy Corbyn cancels Islamic State speech after Paris attacks

The terror attack in Paris has forced Jeremy Corbyn to cancel a planned speech in which he would have suggested that British bombing operations against Islamic State (IS) had contributed to an increased threat to national security.

The Labour leader had been due to speak out against a “succession” of conflicts which date back 14 years – taking in current operations against the extremist group as well as the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Extracts from the speech released in advance indicated he would use his strongest language yet to criticise the UK’s involvement in the fight against IS in Iraq, linking it to the wars begun in 2001 in Afghanistan under Tony Blair’s premiership.

He has previously said the UK should “look again” at its participation in the bombing campaign against IS.

In the speech to Labour’s East of England conference he was expected to say: “For the past 14 years, Britain has been at the centre of a succession of disastrous wars that have brought devastation to large parts of the wider Middle East.

“They have increased, not diminished, the threats to our own national security in the process.”

He was due to call for “a different kind of foreign policy – based on a new and more independent relationship with the rest of the world”.

Why did the BBC miss that bit about the Islamic State out of its report?


Will the BBC be asking him about his old Islamist/Marxist mates at Stop the War who tweeted this…




Why is John Rentoul being attacked for this tweet when clearly Corbyn had such a sentiment in mind for his speech?…

“Will (Jeremy) Corbyn say France made itself a target?”

And indeed Corbyn’s response included this condemnation of Western foreign policy…

‘It’s vital at a time of such tragedy and outrage not to be drawn into responses which feed a cycle of violence and hatred.”‘

Remember Corbyn’s Labour wanted to get STW’s opinion before deciding Labour’s policy on Syria….

Labour’s foreign policy is a debased joke

Another milestone has been passed. Labour’s Corbynite journey on foreign policy has exited tragedy and entered the realms of farce.

This evening, the BBC’s Ross Hawkins reports that the shadow minister for foreign affairs, Catherine West, addressed the Stop The War coalition meeting in parliament, saying,

“Obviously in the summer before Russia was involved we were thinking the government might bring forward a proposal and we were preparing mentally for that. However since 30 September I think that’s more remote and obviously if that proposal does come forward then we will need to speak to you and talk to you about what your view is on that.”

There it is. in black and white. A commitment that Labour would consult with Stop the War before deciding its Syria policy.

How dare she.

Here’s Stop the War’s John Rees from 2006 indulging in paroxysms of Orwellian doublethink by backing Saddam Hussein as a champion of the oppressed that he was oppressing,

“Socialists should unconditionally stand with the oppressed against the oppressor, even if the people who run the oppressed country are undemocratic and persecute minorities, like Saddam Hussein.”



Corbyn pathetically comes up with this anodyne and essentially worthless statement…

The horrific events in Paris were an attack on all multicultural & multi-faith societies. Solidarity to all affected


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14 Responses to What the BBC censors

  1. Pounce says:

    It appears that all the grooming carried out by by radical Islamic group in respect to JC is paying dividends :

    Between 2004 and 2008, the Iranian-backed Mahdi Army militia, led by Muqtada al-Sadr, killed at least 70 British soldiers, not to mention thousands of Iraqi civilians. Last February, the leader of the Labour Party shared a platform with al-Sadr’s British representative.
    Jeremy Corbyn was helping Sayyed Hassan al-Sadr celebrate “the all-encompassing revolution,” the 35th anniversary of the ayatollahs’ takeover in Iran. In his talk, entitled “The Case for Iran,” he called for the immediate scrapping of sanctions on the country, which had not then promised to restrict its nuclear programme, attacked its colonial exploitation by British business and called for an end to its “demonisation” by the West.

    Mr Corbyn, The Telegraph can reveal, has taken thousands of pounds in gifts from organisations closely linked to the terror group Hamas, whose operatives he once described as “friends”.
    He has travelled to Tehran at the expense of a secretive British-Iranian multi-millionaire who has employed a number of other British parliamentarians as consultants to build business links with the country.
    In February 2013, he and his wife travelled to Gaza thanks to a £2,800 gift from Interpal, a British charity banned by the US government as “part of the funding network of Hamas” and as a terrorist organisation in its own right.
    Mr Corbyn has received at least two further free trips, worth £2,450, from the Palestinian Return Centre and its subsidiary the European Campaign to End the Siege on Gaza, based at the PRC office in Crown House, Wembley. The PRC is said by the Israeli government to be “Hamas’s organisational branch in Europe” whose members are “senior Hamas leaders who promote the movement’s agenda in Europe.”
    Mr Corbyn and MEMO co-sponsored the visit to Britain and to Parliament of an Israel-based anti-Semitic extremist, Sheikh Raed Saleh, found by a British court to have spread the classic “blood libel” against Jews, the claim that they use the blood of gentile children to make their bread. Mr Saleh, who also describes Jews as “monkeys” and “bacteria,” claims that 9/11 was a Jewish plot and that the Jews employed at the World Trade Center were warned not to come into work that day.
    In November 2012, Mr Corbyn hosted a meeting in Parliament with Mousa Abu Maria, a member of the banned terrorist group Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
    The same year, Mr Corbyn also agreed to speak alongside two of Britain’s leading domestic bigots, Abdurraheem Green and Wasim Kempson, at a conference held at Arsenal FC’s Emirates stadium. The club barred Mr Green from its premises at the last minute after learning that he advocates a husband’s right to beat his wife.


  2. Stu says:

    “The horrific events in Paris were an attack on all multicultural & multi-faith societies. Solidarity to all affected.”

    You fucking mealy mouthed terrorist supporting scum Corbyn. Innocent people died in Paris and that’s the best you can do. They died because Muslims killed them and filth like you give these vermin succour by your words.

    Sleep well you piece of shite I hope karma gets you one day.

    Sorry for the rant guys but once again Muslims indiscriminately murder people and trash like Corbyn come out with this sort of garbage. Shame he wasn’t one of the people involved in Paris to get a taste of what Muslim terror is like.


    • The Highland Rebel says:

      Your linguistic turns of phrase is not just acceptable but commendable.


      • Wild says:

        The implications of multiculturalism is not peace but war, not harmony but conflict, because there are no shared values.


  3. Xavier says:

    Remember – Jeremy Corbyn is a leader of one of the UK’s most popular political parties. That’s how far down the drain this country has gone. The rot is irreversible.


    • hadda says:

      Never irreversible. The people of England have not yet spoken.


      • Xavier says:

        The people of England will never speak. That’s the whole point of modern politics. Not to mention, a sizeable minority support Corbyn anyway.


  4. Stuart Beaker says:

    The important thing for bBBC is that the BBC is reporting a politician’s utterances, both current and historic, in a selective manner which indicates a collective political agenda of its own. An agenda which involves misleading the British public, whatever the political stripe of its individual members.

    There are plenty of political forums where people can express their approval or disapproval of what our politicians are saying (and doing) about the events in Paris. What is important here is to hold the BBC’s feet to the fire, to always return to the anomaly of having a nationally-funded broadcaster which appears to have political partiality and organisational corruption running through it like the lettering in a stick of Blackpool rock.


  5. Bobble Hatted Benny says:

    At the risk of being slightly controversial here, Corbyn is a thoroughgoing cunt. There is no doubt about that. But he does have a point that the UK involvement in the ME makes us a target. I don’t think we should stop flattening the ME (if it were up to me I’d turn the sand into glass) but you can’t slag the guy off for saying it makes us more of a target when clearly it does. These wars have been ‘disastrous’ for the West as well as the ME. He’s right about that. Like a stopped clock.


    • 60022Mallard says:

      Your reasoning behind all the muslim terrorism in India, Kenya, Indonesia, Nigeria etc. etc. would be illuminating so that we can understand why you think it is different to that in Europe.


  6. Richard Pinder says:

    X = (Extract the Multifaith hypocrisy from the Church of England)
    Y = (Purify the hypocrisy by removing faith in God from the equation)

    X + Y = Socialism


  7. hadda says:

    If all that Corbyn can come up with is a vapid tweet like that, then he is even more of an objectionable, floundering twunt than I had previously thought possible.


  8. The Highland Rebel says:

    ‘Corbyn’ is old Scots for crow like – well….need I say more.


  9. GCooper says:

    In Latin corvus = raven. Hence ‘Corvidae’ the crow family.