Two Thirds of 2021 gone – a pandemic -a military defeat- and a BBC so mired in its own propaganda – beyond bias – that the truth is alien to it .
The Main Stream Media ( BBC) continues to avoid criticism of the Biden Disaster – by diverting attention to the human misery that he has caused . But – after all – it has backed him against President Trump for over a year so cannot turn on him – however much death and misery he has caused . Let’s hope our military gets out safely .
So the G7 has agreed to …nothing
A victory for the Taliban
The BBC avoiding blaming Biden .
Meanwhile Departures at Kabul airport become more frantic . The so Islamic promoting BBC has its work cut out now .
We enter the final week of Western involvement in Afghanistan- according to Biden . As the situation worsens – how will the BBC excuse Biden this time ?
How will the Far Left anti British BBC greet the birth of a new State – The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan ? As the BBC is largely supportive of all things Muslim – or ignores – at best – crimes committed in the name of Islam – it may welcome it as a new friend .
Current affairs programmes will greet taliban spokesmen with due regard – unlike – of course – anyone from a disapproved political view . Further – will the BBC continue to give overwhelming support to Joe Biden – who is responsible for the current turmoil ?
Parliament is recalled today to talk about ……. The failure of the US/UK in Afghanistan . An opportunity for the BBC to push its agenda of increased numbers of foreigners coming to the UK as well as spending more on overseas giveaways . It’s not bias – it is BBC social policy – paid for by legal extortion .
Nothing happens in August . The swamp goes on holiday . The BBC leaves the kids in charge . But then there was Afghanistan. Will the BBC question the decision of the American ‘President ‘to pull The West out in the run up to the 20th anniversary of 9/11? You probably know the answer .Biden has held office for 207 days .
Sunday is the 76th Anniversary of victory over Japan . It would be nice to think it will be properly commemorated – but somehow the BBC will be interested in other things …