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IN A RECENT CULTURE DEBATE A BBC SPOKESPERSON ASSERTED "In a recent debate on culture, a well known BBC spokesperson, with a perfectly straight face and stiff upper lip, asserted - "Jews are instinctively miserly, Arabs are inherently deceitful, the Irish born thick, the Scottish neanderthal and the Germans lack a sense of humour. All of this is rubbish of course, however it is not rubbish to introverted English racists, who work under the cover of being British or use their indoctrinated BBCspeak.

Scottish independence: Hundreds protest over 'BBC bias'

Protest at Pacific QuayHundreds of people gathered to protest against "BBC bias" outside the corporation's Pacific Quay headquarters

Hundreds of people gathered at BBC Scotland's headquarters in Glasgow to protest over the corporation's coverage of the referendum.

The protestors claimed an "unhealthy bias" existed in favour of the pro-Union Better Together campaign.

Organiser Moira Williams said there was "increasing discontent" about the way the independence campaign was being represented by the BBC.

However, the BBC said its referendum coverage was "fair and accurate".

Police said there was a maximum of 350 protesters, who carried flags and banners outside Pacific Quay, the BBC's Glasgow base.

Speaking to the BBC, Ms Williams said: "We organised this event because we are witnessing increasing discontent over BBC referendum coverage and we felt we needed to stand against this unhealthy bias.

"Whether Scotland votes 'Yes' or 'No', let it be based on facts provided in a fair and accurate way, not because people have been misguided."

She added: "The BBC should be doing what it says in its job description - being unbiased and impartial."

A spokeswoman for BBC Scotland said: "Our coverage of the referendum story is fair and impartial in line with the editorial guidelines."

The Scottish independence referendum takes place on 18 September 2014.

Voters will answer the Yes/No question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?"

Dec 28, 2012 at 10:52am

Post by lbak on Dec 28, 2012 at 10:52am

Last Edit: Jan 21, 2013 at 10:27am by lbak


n 1977, Israel’s Prime Minister Menachem Begin had a meeting with Egyptian president Anwar Sadat.

This led to 'peace' between the two countries.

Sir Jimmy Savile received a medal from Israel in 1979, for services rendered.

Reportedly, Savile visited Israel in 1975 to advise Israel's President Ephraim Katzir on a matter of security.

Reportedly, Savile told the Israeli cabinet that he "was very disappointed: the Israelis had won the Six Day War but they had given back all the land, including the only oil well in the region, and were now paying the Egyptians more for oil than if they had bought it from Saudi Arabia."

Reportedly, Savile visited Israel a number of times to offer his advice.

A Manchester businessman, Benny Sternberg, revealed that "Savile had been approached to explore the possibility of a meeting between Sadat and Begin because of his friendship with the family of the Egyptian president's wife Jehan."

"Savile claimed during an interview with The Guardian newspaper’s Simon Hattenstone that he told Professor Katzir: 'I’m very disappointed because you’ve all forgotten how to be Jewish and that’s why everyone is taking you to the cleaners … You won the Six Day War, you took all that land, you gave it all back, including the only oil well in the area, and now you’re paying the Egyptians for the oil you already had.'

"Savile also maintained that the president invited him to repeat his words at a Cabinet meeting. 'They asked my opinion about a couple of things, to which I said, ‘Nothing’s impossible’. They did exactly what I suggested and it worked out 100 per cent successful.’”

"The occasion was confirmed partly by Roger Ordish, producer of Jim'll Fix It, who said: 'I know he met the President when we were in Israel in 1975.'

"Sir Jimmy always said he had berated the Israeli Cabinet in 1975 for being too soft after the Six Day War."

Jimmy Savile had both a Royal and Papal knighthood (Order of St. Gregory the Great)

He was a Knights Hospitaller (also known as the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta, Order of St. John, Knights of Malta, and Chevaliers of Malta)

Dec 29, 2012 at 2:06pm

Post by lbak on Dec 29, 2012 at 2:06pm

aSome background on Jimmy Savile....

Jimmy Savile's cottage in Glencoe Scotland.

"Jimmy Savile groomed an entire generation, two generations. I don't think anybody in the UK was immune."
Selling the Beatles, 1962

As a regional businessman and a fledgling band manager, Brian Epstein presumed that the Beatle's record company (EMI's Parlophone) and Lennon and McCartney's publisher (Ardmore and Beechwood) would support the record. This presumption would prove false, however, and Epstein would need to draw on all of the resources he could spare if he were to make the disc a success. He began with what he knew from the retail end of the industry and commenced rallying Liverpudlians to write letters to both Radio Luxembourg and the BBC asking them to play Love Me Do.

Just as the stations XERF (in Ciudad Acua, Mexico) and CKLW (in Windsor, Ontario, Canada) were able to broadcast deep into the United States with transmitters many times more powerful than FCC-regulated American stations, a station in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg carpeted most of Western Europe. Perhaps surprisingly, Radio Luxembourg (broadcast in the Medium Wave band) was British-owned and its English-language service became a primary outlet for UK businesses whose advertising the BBC declined. (The BBC refused to broadcast anything that suggested product promotion.) Radio Luxembourg suffered its sometimes-scratchy signal; but British listeners tuned in every night to embrace the pop music that Aunty Beeb would not play.

British corporations like EMI and London music publishers like Essex Music directly controlled much of the station's airtime by buying broadcast blocks during which they played pre-recorded programs. Indeed, on Monday 8 October 1962, the Beatles taped an interview at EMI's headquarters in London, which Radio Luxembourg broadcast along with their recording of Love Me Do on Friday 12 October. (George Harrison later recalled the thrill of first hearing himself on that radio broadcast.) The Liverpool letters solicited by Epstein that arrived in Luxembourg eventually arrived at EMI in London where the manager hoped they would catch corporate attention and result in better domestic support for the Beatles and their releases.

"Jimmy Savile joined Radio Luxembourg in 1958. Within two years, he was overwhelmingly the most popular disc jockey in Britain, hosting shows such as "Teen and Twenty." Savile regularly won best DJ of the year polls in kid's magazines. By 1964, when the BBC began broadcasting "Top of the Pops," Savile was the Godfather of the UK pop scene with the power to make or break any artist."

JIMMY SAVILE boasted he knew members of the IRA who could have his enemies hospitalised.

Investigators probing the sex predator DJ believe he used threats of violence to keep his victims quiet during his 50 years of systematic child abuse.

Savile once bragged to a journalist that he could fix anyone who double-crossed him with just one phone call – with startling claims that he had friends in the Irish terrorist group.

He said: “I know the IRA, men from the IRA and you don’t need to ask these guys twice. All I have to do is call my friends in the IRA. They’ll have someone waking up in hospital the next morning eating their breakfast through a f***ing straw.

“I’m serious, don’t f***ing think I’m not serious. I can get them done – just with a phone call, that’s all it takes, young man.”

"In the 1960′s ,The former Radio 1 DJ Alan ‘Fluff’ Freeman owned a large corner shop on the Lea Bridge Rd in London.

"This shop has recently been reported as a place where ‘Fluff’ held kinky parties ,attended by the likes of confirmed bachelor Sir Jimmy Saville , Jonathen King, the once jailed paedophile broadcaster & former pop star and Brian Epstein, who was at the time the Homosexual manager of the Beatles.

At these parties , young boys , specially brought over from several childrens homes would be plied with drugs and alcohol."

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