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  • July 1st, 2009 at 7: 52 pm yea cause the bbc is not a state funded channel and is a friend of pincos and lefties everywhere. and media monopolies owned by half a dozen oligarchs equals a free and democratic press. and these same channels are so pro-freedom that they're operating a self imposed blackout of news about the coup right now.

    Flashback: Honduras, May 2007 « Antiwar.com Blog

  • yes, "independent" and "right-wing" are just two of the terms the bbc throws out or quotes willingly...and always to legitimize or de-ligitimize consistently groups of a distinct 'flavour' - according to its own persuasions cassandra

    Out of Proportion

  • Of course the bbc is the benchmark for hamas propoganda in the west but C4 runs a close second.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Fact is the bbc is a state-funded propaganda channel with a leftoid agenda intent on attacking the West and a couple of other things.

    Defending Peter Allen & Jane Garvey

  • It's either not being covered aka the bbc who mentioned it for about 2 seconds on yesterday's news or given a positive spin.

    The Guardian World News

  • It is our privilege and duty as free citizens of the international community to do the same. yes, economic resistance is one form we must use. and a recent news item on the bbc is a clear sign of what israeli terrorists-and their american corporate sponsors-will be up against after the fall of the zionist entity:

    body on the line

  • The drama, "passer by" that came on the bbc was a great drama.

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • The closest I can think of is bbc which is of course not primarily web but seems to me like it has some international appeal.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fred Hiatt Won’t Correct Dishonest Climate Change Columns, Will Lecture Congress on How to Handle Climate Change

  • But despite trawling all the relevant BBC sites, I can't find the appropriate email address (the words 'bbc', 'impenetrable' and 'typical' come to mind, in no particular order) (or maybe I've missed it...if anyone finds the link, please send it...)

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • britain's influence is on the wane because of the bbc which is the most recognised brand in the world? that's a laughable assertion.

    Why Britain's World Influence Is On The Wane

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  • The British Broadcasting Corporation; also the Beeb or Auntie.

    February 27, 2008