This Exchange Proves The BBC, The Green Party and Friends Of The Earth Reject Free Speech
The BBC is so biased on a whole range of subjects from ‘climate change’ to Palestine, Syria and so on that it beggars belief. But here is a most blatant example played out over only a few minutes. The programme is hosted by the legendary arrogance of a man called Nicky Campbell who takes it as read that what the authorities say about alleged ‘human-caused climate change’ is true and that anyone who challenges this nonsense must be basically lunatics on the fringe.
This built-in bias leads to him allowing Liz Hutchins, a spokeswoman from Friends of the Earth, and Green Party spokesman Jonathan Bartley (who rivals Campbell for arrogance and ignorance) to drone on unchallenged repeating the absolute drivel parroted by ‘The System’.
But when Campbell comes eventually to Piers Corbyn, the brother of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and a weather expert with a long record of accuracy, everything changes because Corbyn is challenging the official orthodoxy.
Notice that right from the start Campbell equates Corbyn with Donald Trump and it is taken as fact once again that Corbyn must be talking nonsense even though he is actually telling the truth.
The Green Party’s System-repeater Jonathan Bartley then claims that the BBC should not give a platform to ‘someone with such ridiculous views’ – thus confirming the Green Party’s total contempt for freedom of speech and free debate as highlighted by its leader Natalie Bennett who demanded that all government ministers and advisors who don’t accept the climate religion’s orthodoxy should be sacked.
Campbell defends the appearance of Corbyn on the basis that it allows Bartley and his System-repeating colleague from Friends of the Earth to ‘slam dunk him’.
It is extraordinary even for the BBC in its blatant bias and abuse of all principles of fair debate.
This is the exchange which starts at 22.45 …