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PANORAMA - Monday

#2
What McGrab said.. Im with him on this one... fcukin' despicable.. once again though just shows what the Beeb thinks of our lads and lasses...

I can't even begin to rant and be outraged Im that infuriated by it...
 
#3
More evidence of the BBC dumbing down and broadcasting sh1te.
 
#4
It makes my Fcuking blood boil that we have to pay these tossers wages from our pockets!
We should stop paying our TV licence fees in protest!!!!!!!!!!
Why is the BBC so anti squaddie? Did one of us have a wicked way with one of the director’s wives or daughters?? If so please post the photos so we can take the urine out of them.
Have you noticed that the BBC has really got Anti-squaddie since the Queen of Death (Kate Addy) went out of the picture and stopped presenting fact (ish) instead of fiction that the rest of those idiots call journalism.
 
#5
FFS.

Sun journalism aside, The beeb won't even use the word 'terrorist' or 'bomb' in case it upsets their darling militant murderers but they're happy to come out with this.

In fact, I'm suprised they made the programme at all as it doesn't appear to feature any celebrities.

Biased BBC

:x

edited to add 'biased BBC' blogspot to show it's not just the Services who can't stand the beeb.
 
#6
Hmm. I went to the link, thanks for soiling my eyes with that.

I will wait to see if their "editorial decisions" include not airing the MA's propoganda.

And you know what? Even if it were true, they were in a fecking bayonet charge, fighting for their lives. I couldn't give two hoots if they shat down their necks.

Having said that - just in the Spirit of tradition.

Neutron-Dung, perhaps you ought to look at the fact that were this somebody approaching you rather than the BBC you would have spread this over pages 8-21 inclusive with a centre spread entitled "OUR BOYS SHAME" with natty little paragraph headlines like "He was only 14" and "The Soldier laughed as he murdered my friend".

So lets not ratchet up the outrage just yet. Neutron dung does love his forces non stories.
 
#7
Amazing,
One of their journo's gets kidnapped & all we here is about how he has suffered,We loose lads on op's & it hardly makes the news.
 
#8
TND has been rather more pro than his previous anti forces recently. I always wondered how someone who could ghost write something as good as the Sniper One book yet produce some of the infantile drivel published in the scum.

The BBC have become a farce.
 
#9
BBC is full Liarbour Supporters now nuff said..........
 
#10
Ord_Sgt said:
TND has been rather more pro than his previous anti forces recently. I always wondered how someone who could ghost write something as good as the Sniper One book yet produce some of the infantile drivel published in the scum.

The BBC have become a farce.
Doesn't make my point any less true, had the MA approached Neutron Dung (EMHYT) the first we would have heard about it would have been a huge spread telling the world of our soldiers "shame".

I would not p1ss on the evil minded scum sucker if he was on fire. If he was in a bath I would give him potassium to play with.
 
#11
1944. In breaking news on the BBC, Hitler and Goering's lawyers, including the respected Michael Mansfield QC, claim that British soldiers actually shot holidaying Germans on the beaches of Normandy. Anti War lawyer, Phil Shiner, was given air time on the state funded BBC to air his views that the Nazis were being persecuted by the British Army...to be continued.
 
#12
Fair one Heed, his moral compass is a bit fcuked.
 
#13
Difficult for TND to slate the Regiment when he was one of the loudest voices at the time praising them for their work.
 
#15
if the programme is properly done, with balanced coverage and presentation of the evidence on both sides, no problem.

Can they stand these accusations up? If not, viewers will see through it for what it is. If they can, it's fair comment.

It's the BBC's job to report on things like this, but naturally they should give our army the right to balanced coverage that they would give to anyone else's.
 
#16
What a load of bull shit, this doesn't help anyone showing this
 

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#17
How can 9 men who set out to kill British soldiers be in the Highest Court in this land caliming they were abused
They set out to ambush and kill soldiers
The HLI and HCR fought them to a standstill
PWRR & QRL turned up and they got hammered
IIRC the bodies were taken back to Abu Naji to try and indentify people who had been involved in the RMP contacts and murders in Mack the year before
The 9 people captured where taken for questioning one was dressed as a policeman
On a different incedent to this I had to go and get personnel to handle prisoners
There was some fairly senior ranks involved NCO's and officers
I should imagine a SNCO who would give you a bawling over a cut down floppy hat would stand by as you strangled kids
A complete load of tosh are we to expect the same from the thousands of taliban killed and captured?
Maybe in future all prisioners should be given to the US for a Cuban holiday

Can't the Army and people involved sue the BBC for damages

Also IIRC TND and possibly Richard Holmes( in his official capacity as Colonel of the Regiment) were kicking about Abu Naji either during or not long after do they really think the whol camp and people from 4 different units could have kept this covered up?

The mail have picked up on it too
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=517129&in_page_id=1770
 
#18
why are the press obsessed with destroying this country and the armed forces, the fugging politicos are doing a good enough job without there help.

it wont belong now before a journo gets left alone when embedded somewhere or is hit with friendly fire. fugging tw@ts
 
#19
Think I'll wait to see what the programme actually says. Either there is evidence, or there isn't. If there isn't, it'll become quickly obvious and the Beeb will get a richly deserved kicking. If there is, we'll see if it backs up the hype. And if it does - horrible thought, and seems unlikely, I agree - well, you'd certainly want something done about it, wouldn't you? Like most here I have great admiration for the British soldier; and like most here I've never forgotten that war is unbelievably foul. Terrible things happen, that's what war is.

One thing's for sure: I don't trust anything the Scum says, nor the vacuous opportunistic politicos busy making pompous pronouncements about a programme they haven't yet seen.

Right, lecture over, off to mutter incoherently into cocoa ....
 
#20
Old_Reprobate said:
Think I'll wait to see what the programme actually says. Either there is evidence, or there isn't. If there isn't, it'll become quickly obvious and the Beeb will get a richly deserved kicking. If there is, we'll see if it backs up the hype. And if it does - horrible thought, and seems unlikely, I agree - well, you'd certainly want something done about it, wouldn't you? Like most here I have great admiration for the British soldier; and like most here I've never forgotten that war is unbelievably foul. Terrible things happen, that's what war is.

One thing's for sure: I don't trust anything the Scum says, nor the vacuous opportunistic politicos busy making pompous pronouncements about a programme they haven't yet seen.

Right, lecture over, off to mutter incoherently into cocoa ....
Totally agree with the above (sans cocoa...!).

However, I wonder how "nine fighters from the fanatical Medhi Army, who have taken on antiwar lawyer Phil Shiner to push their case in Britain" actually get in touch with the cnut in the first place? Or is it the cnut getting in touch with them first?
 

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