Sunday, April 08, 2007
The BBC is happy to run programs on how the hard-left in England did so much to make that country better when it fact it made it a bigger shithole than it already is. But when it comes to making a documentary about a war hero from the war in Iraq, the Beeb backed off because it was "too positive" and could alienate its supporters who oppose the war.
The Marxists and pro-Terror elements are in full control of the BBC. It is confirmed.
Hero's tale is 'too positive' for the BBC
Amid the deaths and the grim daily struggle bravely borne by Britain's forces in southern Iraq, one tale of heroism stands out.
Private Johnson Beharry's courage in rescuing an ambushed foot patrol then, in a second act, saving his vehicle's crew despite his own terrible injuries earned him a Victoria Cross.
For the BBC, however, his story is "too positive" about the conflict.
The corporation has cancelled the commission for a 90-minute drama about Britain's youngest surviving Victoria Cross hero because it feared it would alienate members of the audience opposed to the war in Iraq.
The BBC's retreat from the project, which had the working title Victoria Cross, has sparked accusations of cowardice and will reignite the debate about the broadcaster's alleged lack of patriotism.
However, you cannot accuse a Leftist of being unpatriotic, because they get angry, despite the fact that they hate their own countries, their own governments, and cheer for their country's enemies and terrorists.
Shameful. Simply shameful.