Keeping the Rabble in Line

Banging on about representation: The would be media lens

Saturday, November 12, 2005

BBC London News reverential treatment of Chinese government.

Apparently London's Lord Mare "has close links with China and will be making over 600 hundred speeches over the coming year..with the intention of encouraging business in the square mile which is already worth over a billion pounds"

Human rights...shmuman rights. The erasure of critical debate on the "objective, fair and balanced" BBC is always a laughable concept, but not even a cursory mention of "protest" about the "alleged human rights abuses of the Chinese Government". Entire coverage of Chinese state visit is framed by economic considerations.

I ask you, "alleged" abuses? FFS. And why is the Chinese government given such reverential treatment by our salivating whorish TV news. Why are they not called dictators?

....for the answer we need only go back a paragraph to see the "economic considerations"

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