16 Responses to BBC ATTITUDE SUCKS……

  1. theisland says:

    James Dyson is a patriot.
    (I have recently purchased a Dyson vacuum cleaner – happy to support the company).
    The Beeboids are traitors and should be strung up.
    There is nothing they can ever do now to redeem themselves.


    • GRIM REAPER says:

      Er…lest you forget, he did make a lot of British employees redundant when he moved his production to Malaysia…….and i didn’t notice any reduction in cost passed onto the consumer here…just for balance you understand.


      • theisland says:

        All I know is he voted LEAVE and isn’t Richard Branson.


      • Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

        Hi Grim Reaper – I seem to recall he said to remain competitive he had to relocate and tried and failed to get UK government support before the move.

        The UK government adds costs to businesses located in the UK – many of those costs are imposed by the EU – environmental & social taxes – yet on imports has no such demand for environmental & social protections. The net effect is everyone relocates industry to those places where they still burn cheap coal, are allowed to pollute the environment, don’t offer their workers social protections etc. James Dyson complained where everyone else kept quiet, relocated and banged the drum for open borders globalisation.


      • eejo says:

        yes he did send production abroad, freeing up valuable space on site, losing ‘some’ semi skilled people to employ a few thousand higher skilled engineers and creating a University of Design Engineering ,funded by the company to promote and enhance young engineers to a higher technological environment.

        … just for further balance you understand


    • Martin Pinder says:

      Yes, I have a Dyson. However, they do eventually lose suction. When they do, clean out the filter at the top of the cylinder. Works like new then.


  2. Guest Who says:

    Presumably the BBC did and/or have not yet replied, because they only ask questions, and are exempted from answering any?


  3. STEVONATRON says:

    BBC never talks about EU stories on their Facebook page. They clearly do this to prevent the right-wingers/Brexiteers from demanding neutrality. In fact, they do this will loads of their “main headline” stories, because BBC are now in the business of hard-left political activism loosely disguised as news. Every single day, they have at least two headlining stories that concern transgenda, racism, sexism, etc, in their main headlines, but NEVER linked on their BBC News Facebook page where the public can talk about it.

    I urge everyone here to take a minute out their daily routine to visit the BBC News Facebook/Twitter page, and leave a few comments condemning the BBC where ever necessary. As far as I’m aware, it’s the only direct way we can openly vent our frustration at the organisation in public view without them being able to control it.


  4. StewGreen says:

    See how BBCnews tweet it
    Remember the ‘BBC Punch & Judy phrase’ …”That’s the way we SPIN IT”


  5. StewGreen says:

    Oh that’s really naughty trick of the BBC
    The News item is about James Dyson and his POSITIVE attitude to Brexit
    ie Yep we can do it, we don’t need a special deal, My corp already pays WTO tariffs and we do great.

    So what BBC do is unnecessarily stick Lord King’s & Sir Charlie Mayfield’s NEGATIVE views right the middle of the article ..thus spoiling it.
    And they spoil it even further by putting their link bars in the middle of what Dyson is syaing


    • StewGreen says:

      in Tweet form


      • StewGreen says:

        BTW Soft Twitter censorship issue
        With all the drip, drip, drip and tap, tap, tap you have to keep an eye out.
        I would have expected my own tweet to show us as the latest reply to the BBCNews tweet
        In fact the replies come up in order as ‘most liked’ so my tweet is way down in the middle of the list.

        But then when I log in as myself Twitter presents the results in a different way
        with my own reply at the top just under the BBCNews tweet
        Previously I would have expected Twitter to show replies in purely chronological order.


        • tomo says:

          Having conducted some minor testing (different IP addresses, machines + accounts) – I can say with a fair amount of confidence that Twitter is comprehensively rigged – and the rigging is ongoing as they dream up new tweaks.

          As far as the BBC is concerned I’m hearing what I sense to be relish where Radio 4 presenters get to add a jibe or negative twist to something Brexit related – it is just so lame and obvious that I suspect that they are damaging their cause more than promoting it.


          • taffman says:

            ” it is just so lame and obvious that I suspect that they are damaging their cause more than promoting it.” As I informed maxincony.


  6. s.trubble says:

    Mr Dyson should write to Lord Hall Hall and demand a refund of his Licence Tax .

    When asked why…………….he should direct Lord Hall Hall to this site.