State Run Nazi BBC — Lying BBC tells Churchill Lies & Shakespeare Lies against Scottish Independence

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Nazi BBC’s Lying Propaganda of Churchill Lies, Shakespeare Lies, Thatcher Lies, Harry Potter Lies, Humpty Dumpty Lies & Marmite Lies

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State Run BBC — Nazi BBC tells “Churchill Lies”, “Shakesperae Lies” & “Harry Potter Lies” in favour of the British Royal Family

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State Run BBC — Angry Syrians tell “Churchill Liar – Lyse Doucet” that Evil BBC tells LIES all the time

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Lying BBC tells its usual lies about the Houla Massacre in Syria

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Lying BBC uses a Fake Picture of Houla Massacre in Syria

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The British State Run & State Controlled broadcaster BBC has been caught passing off an old photo from Iraq in 2003 for the massacre in the Syrian town of Houla.

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In a report published hours after the massacre, the network used an old photo of dead Iraqi children taken in Al Mussayyib that was first published over nine years ago and presented it as a photo of victims of the recent massacre of civilians in the town of Houla in western Syria, The Telegraph reported.

The photo shows a child jumping over the dead bodies of hundreds of Iraqi children who have been transferred from a mass grave to be identified.

Britain’s state-funded news network later published the same story with a new photo showing a UN observer looking at the bodies of the Houla victims.

The photographer who took the original picture, Marco Di Lauro, posted on his Facebook page, “Somebody is using my images as a propaganda against the Syrian government to prove the massacre.”

The head of the UN observer mission in Syria, Major General Robert Mood, said during a briefing via videoconference to the UN Security Council that UN observers in Houla estimate that 108 people were killed, including 49 children and 34 women.

The UN Security Council condemned the violence in Houla during an emergency meeting on Sunday, saying the clashes “involved a series of government artillery and tank shelling on a residential neighborhood.”

However, Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja’afari censured the “tsunami of lies” by some members of the Security Council and said Syrian forces were not to blame for the violence.

The clashes between Syrian forces and armed groups broke out despite a ceasefire that took effect on April 12.

The ceasefire is part of a six-point peace plan presented by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan in March.

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Lying BBC tells “BBC Lies” against Wonderful Ukraine and Wonderful Poland

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Sol Campbell, (Black Footballer) warns

British Fans to stay away from

Euro 2012 in Ukraine & Poland

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Euro 2012 should not have been awarded to Poland and Ukraine because of entrenched racism and violence, Sol Campbell has told the BBC’s Panorama.

The former England captain’s advice to fans is to “stay home, watch it on TV… don’t even risk it.”

Uefa, European football’s governing body, said awarding the tournament to the two nations was an opportunity to tackle social challenges like racism.

It said the tournament was a chance for both countries to improve their image.

Panorama spent a month filming at matches in both the joint host nations and witnessed Nazi salutes from the terraces, black players being taunted with monkey chants, rampant anti-Semitism and a vicious assault on a group of Asian students.

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After watching the footage, Mr Campbell said he believes Uefa should not have chosen the countries as hosts of such a prestigious event in the first place.

“I think that they were wrong, because what they should say is that ‘if you want this tournament, you sort your problems out. Until we see a massive improvement… you do not deserve these prestigious tournaments in your country.'”

In a statement, Uefa said: “Uefa Euro 2012 brings the spotlight on the host countries and clearly creates an opportunity to address and confront such societal issues.

“Uefa’s ‘zero tolerance’ approach to racism is still valid both on and off the pitch and ultimately the referee has the power to stop or abandon a match should racist incidents occur.”

Uefa said it was working with both Poland and Ukraine to ensure the safety of travelling teams and their fans.

But despite these assurances the families of two England players, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, are reported to be staying away from Euro 2012 for fear of racist attacks.

Uefa said the scenes of racist abuse filmed by the BBC in the last month were at domestic matches and a matter for national football authorities.

But Mr Campbell had this advice for fans thinking of travelling to Euro 2012: “Stay at home, watch it on TV. Don’t even risk it… because you could end up coming back in a coffin.”

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On 14 April at the Metalist stadium in Kharkiv in Ukraine – one of the host cities for Euro 2012 – massed ranks of as many as 2,000 fans in the terraces for a match between two of Ukraine’s biggest teams gave the Nazi salute to their team.

Some fans at the match told the BBC that they were saying “Sieg Heil” because Hitler hated “Jews and blacks” and that is how they support their team.

But local police chief Colonel Volodymyr Kovrygin denied that it was a Nazi-inspired salute, saying the fans were “pointing in the direction of opponents as it were, the fans, so it looked like they were pointing with the right hand to the fans, kind of attracting attention to themselves.”

At a match two weeks later, scuffles broke out between rival fans and police arrived to calm things down. But they escalated again as Metalist fans began to attack a small group of their own supporters.

They were Indian students studying in Ukraine. They had sat in the family area of the stadium thinking it would be safe.

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  • Chris Rogers presents Euro 2012: Stadiums of Hate
  • BBC One, Monday, 28 May at 20:30 BST

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In the stadium’s medical room afterwards, one of the injured students said: “We were supporting the home team. It’s horrifying.”

British government advice for Euro 2012 fans of Afro-Caribbean or Asian descent is to take extra care in Ukraine because of racially motivated attacks.

Panorama also filmed matches in fellow host-nation Poland, recording a chorus of anti-Semitic chanting and witnessing black football players enduring monkey chants from the terraces.

Nick Lowles from the UK-based anti-racist monitoring group Hope Not Hate was also in Poland monitoring incidents of racism.

He said that based on what he has seen, he was concerned for non-white fans travelling to support England at Euro 2012.

“Increasingly the positive thing about English football are the number of black and Asian fans that have been travelling and supporting England. I am concerned that they will be targeted by racists and fascists and anti-Semites in Poland and in Ukraine.”

In Poland, Jonathan Ornstein of the Jewish Cultural Centre, said football hooligans in the country are stuck in the past.

“The stuff going on at the football stadiums is atrocious and it’s embarrassing and I think it embarrasses the whole country. I think that most Poles would agree with that,” he said.

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Lying BBC should apologize to India for British Nazi, Jeremy Clarkson’s Anti Indian Abuse

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Indian Media demands an

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India demands an apology from the Lying BBC & Hooligan BBC,  which is the Biggest Liar of the Universe & shamelessly tells  “BBC LIES”  24 Hours a Day

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/bbc/9007554/India-demands-apology-over-Top-Gear-India-special.html

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A Top Gear “India Special”, which was broadcast twice over the Christmas break, has caused upset in the world’s second most populous country.

During the 90 minute programme, Mr Clarkson, one of the BBC’s highest paid stars, was filmed speaking to locals while operating a trouser press in his boxer shorts and with a Jaguar with a lavatory fixed to the boot.

The programme makers also put banners on trains reading: “British IT is good for your company”. Another said: “Eat English muffins”. The messages became obscene when the carriages parted, ripping the signs.

Now the Indian High Commission in London has formally complained to the BBC, accusing its producers of deceiving them over the nature of the programme, which was jokingly billed as a “trade mission”.

The complaint follows a string of controversies involving Mr Clarkson.

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Last month the BBC had to apologise after Mr Clarkson told viewers on a live programme that striking workers should be shot in front of their families.

There were further apologies earlier last year to Mexico, after co-presenter Richard Hammond made an insulting parody of Mexicans to describe a Mexican sports car.

In the past few days Clarkson has also caused consternation in China for making tasteless comments in his tabloid newspaper column about the Morecambe Bay cockle picking tragedy in which 23 Chinese migrant workers died.

Last month, MPs told Lord Patten, the chairman of the BBC Trust, that Top Gear was a “luxury the BBC cannot afford” and should be sacked. Lord Patten said Top Gear was “leading cultural export” and said he would not be sacked. He said: “There are a lot of people who would be disappointed.”

In a letter sent to the programme’s producer, officials at the High Commission condemned the latest Top Gear broadcast as “tasteless”, and accused the BBC of breaching undertakings about the filming.

The letter, which was copied to BBC’s director general Mark Thompson, said: “The programme was replete with cheap jibes, tasteless humour and lacked cultural sensitivity that we expect from the BBC.

“I write this to convey our deep disappointment over the documentary for its content and the tone of the presentation. You are clearly in breach of the agreement that you had entered into, completely negating our constructive and proactive facilitation.”

In the wake of the programme, the BBC said it had received just 23 complaints. However diplomats at the consulate told The Daily Telegraph that its staff had received “hundreds” of letters and phone calls.

One diplomat told The Daily Telegraph: “The BBC has to make amends, particularly to assuage the hurt sentiment of a very large number of people.

“We understand the free press – they are welcome to explain and to challenge as long as it is fair and above the belt. Can this pass as acceptable journalism? The BBC has a global reputation. We expect the BBC to make amends.”

The consulate is furious that an outline of the programme, which was presented to the consulate last July, bore little relation to the finished product. One official said: “It [the BBC] has been less than honest and straight.”

It described the programme as a “light hearted road trip” which was focused on the “idiosyncrasies of the country”.

Specifically, it said that the programme’s “key ingredients” would look at the “beautiful scenery” and India’s “local colour”, making no reference to the toilet humour which littered the programme.

The row threatens to escalate into a diplomatic incident because Prime Minister David Cameron was filmed at the beginning of the programme, waving to Mr Clarkson and his presenters in Downing Street and telling them to “stay away from India”.

However the diplomat said India did not blame the Prime Minister for what was to follow. He said: “I don’t think he had the slightest inkling of what was to come.”

Last night Keith Vaz MP, whose parents are from India, said: “It seems that the reasons given by the BBC in order to obtain their visas to go to India did not disclose the true nature of the content of this programme.”

Mr Vaz, the chairman of the Home Affairs select committee, said there was now a risk that damage could be done to important trade relations with India.

He said: “One ridiculous programme has done a lot of damage to this good relationship. A swift apology from the BBC and Mr Clarkson may go some way towards restoring our good relations and the reputation of the BBC in India.”

Mr Clarkson is one of the BBC’s highest paid stars. This week it emerged that he made £2.14million from his involvement in Top Gear last year, due to a lucrative profit sharing deal he struck with the corporation.

The BBC confirmed that it had received the letter from the Indian High Commission this week. A spokesman said: “We will respond directly to the Indian High Commission in due course.”

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Letter from Chris Hale, producer, Top Gear to Indian High Commission, London

“Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will travel across India in three cars filming a light hearted road trip focusing on the journey and the inevitable idiosynacies of the cars they will drive, as well as the country and scenary we see along the way.

“There will be spontaneous interaction between the presenters and their environment, and potentially people they meet along the way. This will be in an incidental manner, not interviews.

“Key ingredients of what we film will be beautiful scenery, busy city scenes, local charm and colour within these locations, areas to illustrate the local car culture that exists in India.”

6 January 2012

Letter from Indian High Commission, London to Chris Hale, producer, Top Gear

cc Mark Thompson, director general, BBC

“The programme was replete with cheap jibes, tasteless humour and lacked cultural sensitivity. This is not clearly what we expect of the BBC. I write this to convey our deep disappointment over the documentary for its content and the tone of the presentation.

“You are clearly in breach of the agreement that you had entered into, completely negating our constructive and proactive facilitation. We strongly protest and expect the BBC to make amends, especially to assuage the hurt sentiments of a large number of people.”

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VIDEO – Neda Soltan’s murder by Lying BBC

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Neda Soltan’s Murder by Lying BBC

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Neda Soltan’s Murder by Lying BBC

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Neda Soltan’s Murder by Lying BBC

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