BBC Children's TV Brexit Special

ant-man

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I wasnt wrong, I go on bbc and dont read gay mental health planet stuff its really easily avoidable if you want to, or its all you see if youre really into it.

Unless you meant when I said its not what I see on there but I was on bbc.co.uk not the news section there was no gay stuff on the front page, if youre into gay stuff you have to seek it out on the newsnight section way down the page once youve gone past the real news.
Every so often I look at folk who I have on ignore just to see if they've 'rehabilitated'. It's funny, they never do. :think

Take care till next time pal. :hi:
 
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Broxi

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Just as well I don’t pay that licence fee then.

it really is time they went, they’re nothing but a propaganda outlet now, filled with the most irritating uppity SJW cunts.

Between this and the obvious attempt to interview the dumbest fuckers they could find among the Brexit crowd to try to paint the Brexit vote and by extension the working class (yeah, don't think we didn't pick up on that inference) as numbskull imbeciles like there isn't plenty of intelligent and articulate Brexit voters who could state chapter and verse their reasoning for voting Leave that they could have interviewed.

They’ll talk about the rise in far right racism and then stick a race hustling Indian with a chip on his shoulder on the box to tell your kids how shit their country and history is... that's sure to not fan any flames, right?
 
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I am sure the BBC website uses algorithms that decide what you see based on previous viewing habits?

Not entirely, and not for big stories, but certainly for the fluff pieces.
 

ant-man

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I am sure the BBC website uses algorithms that decide what you see based on previous viewing habits?

Not entirely, and not for big stories, but certainly for the fluff pieces.
Right well I can assure you I don't read stories about lesbians and diversity yet they're still there. :think

People like Mr Funn above trying to downplay shit that's patently, obviously real really piss me off. :lol:
 
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Right well I can assure you I don't read stories about lesbians and diversity yet they're still there. :think

People like Mr Funn above trying to downplay shit that's patently, obviously real really piss me off. :lol:
Who else is using your isp address? Are your devices secure?

Perhaps you are living with a closet leftie or you've been hacked by a guardian reader.
 
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Hate that BBC News site, everytime I go on there, it’s just granny tranny porn.
 

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We are number one. Even with our shitty inequality divide. We have more global impact than France and Germany and yes, we should fight to keep that rather than be swallowed and pacified by those two.

Had the EU remained a common market only organisation with less imposition on MY life politically we wouldn't be having this conversation.

And immigration is a huge problem. I've already seen my childhood neighborhood turned into a ghetto. And I know people up the country who 20 years ago were as liberal as you like on immigration only once the wave of immigrants flooded and changed their areas, their attitudes to it changed to.

See that's the thing about immigration. If it's not affecting you, you just know what you know through the news: "filling unskilled jobs, net benefit, all victims of prejudice etc etc"

Then you see your area change. You see crime rise. You see your cultural norms replaced. You see council homes given to people covering their faces who won't even socialise with you and you see large swathes of people 'on benefits' riding BMWs...and worst of all...worst of all...you fear for your children's safety and quality of life. People should never live in fear in their own communities.

So yes, it is about immigration too. And even labours hard-line working class supporters see this (ironically through the government's migrant dispersal scheme but that don't work when you have such numbers flooding in, you can hide it) and so labours for voterbase said FUCK YOU CUNTS...and voted Tory....for the first time in generations!!!!!!!!!!





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And labour still don't get it and are repeating their mistakes post Corbyn .....which is funniest if all :rofl
You have more global impact than Germany? The 4th largest economy in the world with a trillion dollars higher GDP than you?

If you do have more global impact it's because of your long dead empire who funnily enough you no longer want to socialize with the people you once enslaved.

I think you massively over estimate your global importance and I doubt it was Londoners driving the exit from the EU.

And crime? Well that's not true either

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Now that's not to say British people shouldn't be proud of their history, and by British people I mean the people that gave their blood for freedom and spurred innovation. What pray tell does @ant-man have to be proud of? Besides being a fat ugly divorcee?
 
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I was listening to an interview the other day where Dan Snow the historian was speaking to an expert on ancient Britain. It was quite interesting to hear that the ancient British who were here when the Romans arrived, never accepted roman rule. They were mostly opposed to it. The comparison with then, and now with brexit, was intriguing.
 
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Right well I can assure you I don't read stories about lesbians and diversity yet they're still there. :think

People like Mr Funn above trying to downplay shit that's patently, obviously real really piss me off. :lol:
Yeah can confirm its not that as I had the same once I got onto the same page, my point was if you think thats all there is and theres no actual news then thats probably due to what you pay attention too - you then scrolled past all the real news to find a bit of gay stuff which is what I meant.

Obviously on the whole the bbc is more left than right and there is some woke nonce sense on there like the video this threads about but thats far from all it is unless you want it to be.
 
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BBC confirms TV licence fee set to increase again


THE BBC has confirmed that the cost of the annual television licence fee will increase from £154.50 to £157.50 from April 1.

The fee is set by the Government, which announced in 2016 that it would rise in line with inflation for five years from April 2017.

The new cost equates to £3.02 per week - or £13.13 per month, according to the broadcaster.

The price change will not currently have an impact on the free over-75s TV licence.

Last week, Match Of The Day host Gary Lineker said that buying a TV licence should not be compulsory.


He said that if you made purchasing the licence optional, "you would lose some people, but at the same time you'd up the price a bit".
 

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BBC confirms TV licence fee set to increase again


THE BBC has confirmed that the cost of the annual television licence fee will increase from £154.50 to £157.50 from April 1.

The fee is set by the Government, which announced in 2016 that it would rise in line with inflation for five years from April 2017.

The new cost equates to £3.02 per week - or £13.13 per month, according to the broadcaster.

The price change will not currently have an impact on the free over-75s TV licence.

Last week, Match Of The Day host Gary Lineker said that buying a TV licence should not be compulsory.


He said that if you made purchasing the licence optional, "you would lose some people, but at the same time you'd up the price a bit".
Change is needed urgently. Everyone no matter how poor chipping in to keep the runaway gravy train rolling is a scandal and can't be justified IMO. They live in a cosy parallel universe and need dealing with.
 
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Change is needed urgently. Everyone no matter how poor chipping in to keep the runaway gravy train rolling is a scandal and can't be justified IMO. They live in a cosy parallel universe and need dealing with.
What's the answer to such a thing?
 
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So if it's not indigenous to Britain then it can't be considered British. Interesting take from the BBC.
And yet the same outlet tells us that everyone from Africa, the Middle East, East Asia, India et all can be British because... magic dirt or something.

Consistency is not their thing, apparently.
 
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The line saying that there are hardly any British things was incorrect. Britain has obviously created, invented, and popularised more than its fair share of things.
Truthfully, the UK invented the USA. Our system of government as set out in our constitution was heavily influenced by the writings of British authors. Dershowitz highlighted some of them in his defense of Trump.
 

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Nothing in the vid was factually incorrect but packaging it within a Brexit message was very odd. What the hell does the UK history of empire building have anything to do with Brexit now? That made no sense to me in regards to Brexit.
Some botched attempt at patriotism perhaps.