Is the BBC the most dishonest organisation in the UK?


One can only wonder what goes on in the mind of Lord Hall Hall.  He runs an organisation which has dishonesty running through its very core as it deceives the British Public on Europe, on Islam, on immigration, on the economy and yet he has sacked Tony Blackburn for apparently giving evidence to Dame Janet Smith that “…fell short of the standards of evidence that such an inquiry demanded.”

This is the BBC that won’t publish the Balen Report because it reveals (we must assume) just how anti-Israeli its reporters have been, this is the BBC which refused to publish the names of the people who attended its climate change seminars and changed the BBC’s stance to one in which it now pumps out relentless pro-Climate change propaganda…Lord Hall Hall of course was the man who approved these seminars, this is the BBC which joined the witch-hunt against Murdoch and News International rather than remain an impartial reporter of the Leveson Inquiry, this is the BBC which organised a letter from the ‘luvvies’ which was supposedly a genuine plea from the heart and turned out to be a cynical, corporate BBC trick.

And of course this is Lord Hall Hall who, rather than give evidence that might ‘fall short of the standards required‘ decided not to appear before a committee of MPs…

BBC chief Lord Hall locked in stand-off with the Commons after refusing to answer questions from MPs ‘because he is a peer’

The BBC is locked in a stand-off with MPs over its coverage of Europe.

Furious MPs accused director-general Tony Hall of putting the BBC ‘above accountability’ by refusing to answer questions from the Commons European scrutiny committee about the corporation’s alleged bias on the issue.

Lord Hall was accused of ‘hiding’ behind historic rules that mean members of the House of Lords cannot be summoned to answer questions in the Commons.

David Cameron today urged Lord Hall to back down, saying that as a ‘general rule’ BBC executives should be willing to answer questions from MPs.

‘The BBC needs to be, and is, publicly accountable,’ he said.

Tory MPs said the stand-off raised questions about whether peers should be allowed to run major public bodies.

Whatever Tony Blackburn’s memory lapses may have been they can’t possibly be anything compared to the cynical, dishonest and dangerous deceptions that the BBC employs to con the British Public.

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25 Responses to Is the BBC the most dishonest organisation in the UK?

  1. Lobster says:

    You don’t worry too much about Climate Change and your carbon footprint when you get a Range Rover to ride round in apparently. How frightfully green and environmentally friendly.


    • Steve Jones says:

      Giving up modern luxuries in order to fight climate change is for us, the little people, to worry about not great men like Lord Hall-Hall.
      I pay for the BBC and want arrogant @rseholes like Hall to be held accountable when he is using my money to push a political agenda.


    • john in cheshire says:

      I thought the bbc pension funds were heavily invested in the Green shit so that’s a major incentive to keep promoting it


  2. oldartist says:

    Arrogant, patronising, self-important, childish belief in its own infallibility, still trading on long past glories, so biased that it can’t even see the bias… Dishonest? What do you mean? It’s The Ministry of Truth.


  3. Captain Panick says:

    The best summary of the arrogant hypocrisy of the BBC System I have ever read.


  4. Mrs Kitty says:

    Don’t forget how they also hounded Lord McAlpine to his death in my view. Sally Ber COW the twat on Twitter (pardon my French) I truly hate that woman .


  5. AlexM says:

    This is appalling. The HoL rules are there to ensure that Members of the House of Lords cannot be required to appear before a Commons committee. That doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t do so in all circumstances. If anything falls short of the standards required it is this behaviour.


    • john in cheshire says:

      Don’t allow him your approval of his ridiculous title. None of us voted for his elevation so it counts for nothing. Mr Hall is head of a dysfunctional organisation and as such he should be sacked and the organisation shut down


  6. Nibor says:

    Well if he won’t appear they should just go ahead without him , find what they find , castigate him and demand his sacking without pension .
    It’s what happens if you don’t turn up to a court hearing for a motoring offence .


  7. chrisH says:

    Whoever chose that picture above has a very sad face here!
    I thought Lord Stuart had been finally taken out and was about to be dispatched in the woods somewhere!
    Bloke on his left(where else) seems to be loading his gun, before giving the gambolling fop a few metres(what else?) start before sending Tony up to sign Frank Kelly for something or other.
    Shame on who chose this…tell Roy Walker that he can stand down as the next BBC scythe of the 70s.
    Mike Read 15/1…Johnnie Walker 25/1….Peter Powell 30/1…but I suspect that it`ll be “Kid Jensen” who`ll be next-that name screams does it not?…and not a good move to have been Peels pal was it…oh, Andy Kershaw a late entry for upsetting Today on Friday…8/1 on offer?

    “End Of The Peer Show”…well I`D have watched it!


  8. G.W.F. says:

    Lord Hall Hall must be thanking his lucky stars that such a wet knob as Winteringballs is the Government minister responsible for the BBC


    • taffman says:

      Correction G.W.F, Lord Hall Hall will be thanking his lucky stars that we have ‘An Used Car Salesman’ as a PM.
      Witnessing the left wing and almost bordering, ‘communist biased behaviour’ of Al Beeb during the time that the Tory Party have been in government, one is amazed by his impotence to do anything about this corrupt broadcasting service. All this despite the Saville scandal etc.


  9. Dover Sentry says:

    Once we’re out of the EU and Cameron has gone, it will be time to deal with Lord Hall and his corrupt BBC.

    And when I say corrupt, I mean it in both the political and financial sense.


  10. Old Timer says:



    • Richard Pinder says:

      “I am The Lord Hall of the BBC and I answer to no one”.

      As I have a puppet, Richard Ayre, positioned to produce a legal excuse for me to be answerable to no one, not even Parliament, as regards the BBC‘s censorship policy for climate science, scientists and scientific debate.

      Lord Hall, as investigations have revealed, has perverted the Royal Charter to produce an Independence from all accountability, even to the point of apparent superiority to that of Her Majesty the Queen herself.


  11. Richard Pinder says:

    I declare that “the House of Lords is useless and dangerous to the people of England” and “henceforth the House of Lords in Parliament shall be and is hereby wholly abolished and taken away; and that the Lords shall not from henceforth meet or sit in the said House called the Lords’ House, or in any other house or place whatsoever, as a House of Lords; nor shall sit, vote, advise, adjudge, or determine of any matter or thing whatsoever, as a House of Lords in Parliament” “And be it further ordained and enacted by the authority aforesaid, that no Peer of this land, not being ELECTED, qualified and sitting in Parliament as aforesaid, shall claim, have, or make use of any PRIVILEGE of Parliament, either in relation to his person, quality, or estate, any law, usage, or custom to the contrary notwithstanding” Not even his gracious, eminent and pompous Lord Hall of the BBC.

    Signed by Mr Oliver Cromwell, Protector of England (for 367 years) against undemocratic forces such as the House of Lords, the European Union and the BBC.


  12. Pounce says:

    Anybody else notice how the ban the bomb March was hideously white. I wonder why the ethical latte drinkers at the Buggering British Children never mentioned that snippet.


  13. Philip_2 says:

    On BBC media censorship; ‘On the BBC News at 10 last week, one lead story was the convictions of Muslim men in Rotherham who had groomed, brutalised and sexually abused underage girls. Remarkably, they [the BBC TV news] managed to get through a recorded package and two interviews without anyone mentioning the word “Muslim” ! ‘… but then BBC did report that ‘police and Social workers had not intervened early enough for fear of being politically incorrect’. ‘Well at least that lesson had been learnt, eh, Lord Hall?’

    ROD LIDDLE column: (excerpt) Saturday’s Times. 28th Feb 2016


  14. Philip_2 says:

    One of the main reasons Tony Hall was ‘fast-tracked’ from running the ‘Royal Opera House’ in London to the BBC ‘top position’ is the fact that the [BBC] post was never ‘advertised’ and he was the only candidate. This was only revealed by close questioning by the Commons Select Committee into how he got the job. It appears that there was only one candidate suitable and he was offered it by Lord (Chris) Patten over lunch. It was Patten that arranged his ‘knighthood’ so that he would have some authority within the BBC and avoid ‘cosy’ questions on how he got the job.

    It is a bit rich for this Quango fat cat to then berate the rest of society for not being ‘inclusive’ enough and ‘diversive’ when he himself comes from an arranged marriage of public utility quangos flown in form Labours’ past stranglehold on public sector utilities (and broadcasters). This is equivalent to the royal assent of patronage and ‘right’. They are all Socialists and the job market is pretty thin. When your a Lord you get better prostitutes, get to dress up a lot, have our own Cheuffeur and behave a lot like Saville.


    • chrisH says:

      Imagine that!
      Needing Fatty Patty to “give you authority”?
      Does the House of Lords have a sewer pipe that you can suck on?…because that would probably be more efficacious than having a reference from Pang the Tango Dancer…and that`s the weighty grey Chinese leaders from the late 90s, who were wax and only able to say “yes”, “no” and “it`s too early to tell-that felt they had to call him as we know him to be.


  15. Steve Jones says:

    Climate change is another topic that the BBC fails to deal with honestly or objectively. Mind you, what do you expect when almost none of the science team has any relevant qualifications and the Environment Editor, Lord Harrabin, is and Eng Lit graduate. Here is a typical BBC story:
    Only in the renewable energy La-La Land is the proposal to use pumped hydro to improve wind mill efficiency considered good use of resources. An objective journalist, with relevant qualifications, could take the whole climate change/renewables scam apart in one article.


  16. Thatcherrevolutionary says:

    The BBC – not to be trusted with news or children.


  17. Sluff says: