Wednesday, April 5, 2017

BBC Journalist who cried when Arrafat died, blames Trump for Syrian Gas attack

(London) The BBC prides itself on being impartial, but over the past few years it has changed from reporting the plain basic news to that of a left wing schoolboy agenda. At the BBC black is now white and white is a dirty word. Jews and Americans are despised and the British people (Who pay for the BBC)  are openly hated. so it was no surprise when I came across the latest offering from the BBC over the terrible gas attack in Syria yesterday. According to the BBCs State Department correspondent, Barbara Plett this is simply another thing to pin onto President Trump.

Really, is that the best the BBC can come up with when it comes to reporting the news. Blame it all on Trump and they quote Senator John McCain and the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu as the reason for pointing the finger at President Trump. Even the leftwing Guardian  doesn't stoop so bloody low as terrorist loving Barbara Plett instead they report the news as they should. Regards that terrorist loving bit. in 2004, the BBCs West bank correspondent had this to say when Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was taken to Hospital shortly before his death:
Yet when the helicopter carrying the frail old man rose above his ruined compound, I started to cry... without warning.
 Really and so many people still feel the BBC is impartial.