- 21-05-2012, 18:24 #1
What is it with the BBC promoting political correctness?
Is it ok to celebrate next to a losing fan?
Fuck off BBC! I'd be saying to Angela Merkel, 'Get it right up yer hoop! Milk, Lemonade and Chocolate!'
Who employs these fuckwits to write softy soft articles?
BBC News - Cameron cheer: Is it OK to celebrate next to a losing fan?
- 21-05-2012, 18:27 #2
They're busy promoting their "overwhelmingly popular" Olympic flame procession on the main BBC News at the moment.
I presume there's fuck all else happening in the world just now.That's not a bed, it's a nest!
- 21-05-2012, 18:27 #3
FFS it's only football. Another victory over the Krauts even if it was by Chelski. The BBC are all mongtard inbreds anyway."I can always make it a rule to get there first with the most men."
- 21-05-2012, 18:34 #4
- 21-05-2012, 18:38 #5
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Nope, Call Me Dave was celebrating a minuscule boost to Britain's GBP and a minuscule dent to Germany's.
The Czar of Stamford Bridge will no doubt improve the pay and bonuses to his footballers, thus indirectly promoting sales of flash motors, cocaine, prostitutes, overpriced designer clothing and tasteless houses.
And believe me, the UK economy could do with the boost.
- 21-05-2012, 18:41 #6
Seriously why did BBC News bring up the Black Power protest of 1968 in Mexico when talking about a general news item?It was good while it lasted.
- 21-05-2012, 18:43 #7
BBC News - Cameron congratulates French president-elect Hollandethe BBC claims in paragraph 2 that, hard socialist, Francois Hollande won in "a clear victory".
BBC News - London mayor: Boris Johnson wins second term by tight marginthe BBC claims in the header that, sound conservative, Boris won by a "tight margin".
Hollande received 51.6% of the vote in a two horse race. (French presidential election, 2012 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Boris received 51.5% of the vote in a two horse race. (London mayoral election, 2012 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)It was good while it lasted.
- 21-05-2012, 18:43 #8
do what i do, scream at the reporter on the screen when he hasnt got his BBC suit on.
- 22-05-2012, 13:07 #9
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Looks like the German media are not being good losers.
German media blast Chelsea's Champions League victory over Bayern Munich as a 'farce' - Telegraph
Typical example (my bold).
Christian Spiller, sports editor of Die Zeit, said Chelsea's right to rule Europe was undermined by Bayern's statistical dominance.
"The problem with the victory of Chelsea is not just that they won, but more importantly the way that they won. It was undeserved. More than that, actually – it was a farce. [Chelsea] may call themselves the best team in Europe, but this will go down in football history as an accident."
"Bayern Munich were, for all 120 minutes, better than the so-called best team in Europe. A week ago, as some Bayern players acknowledged after the DFB Cup final, their dominance was subjective. Not this time. The statistics list, a paragon of objectivity, reported 35 to nine shots on goal, and 20 to one corners. In no Champions League game this season has Bayern had more shots on goal and more corners than in this final – not even the 7-0 win against Basel."
"But what's the use complaining? Chelsea had traveled with the aim of having as little as possible to do with the football game. They leaned back in their rocking chairs around the penalty area – they're all a little older – and waited for the end of the game."
- 22-05-2012, 13:27 #10
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