Monday, December 10, 2007

The BBC: Not Anti-War, Just On The Other Side

Apparently, the BBC finds the traditional definition of 'British' to be kind of restrictive. Well, either that, or they're lying to try and drum up support for some of the guests at Club Gitmo. Could be either, right ?

Hey, to some of us the fact these scumbags were granted sanctuary in Britain, but still pitched in with the Jihad, is an aggravating factor, not a mitigating one. Still, in so far as the BBC is taking out onions over folks who merely passed through Britain on the way to the Jihad, we're entitled to ask why actual Britons, who were helping our allies and are now being held in conditions somewhat worse than Club Gitmo don't get the soft-focus treatment.

This isn't moral equivalence. The BBC's coverage of the Jihadist lunatics is actually more sympathetic than the coverage of the British blokes. What does that say about where modern liberalism is at ?

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