Saturday, 6 March 2010
BBC talks to WOMEN and the BNP but never about Family Law, WHY?
The " Impartial BBC" will once again show just how impartial they really are this week in the so called 'Week of women' with the ever impartial Question Time inviting a women only audience , though not a women only panel to discuss presumably their issues of the week!
I think the BBC are unforgivable, especially as they are supposed to represent all licence payers including men, for going over the top on PC after the Ross/Brand saga which would have gone unnoticed at channel 4 if the phone call had been made on Big Brother and as a result BBC presenters have to watch their P' and Q's unlike their commercial rivals and in the same weekend they allowed Lord Justice Woolf free airtime to promote his favorite charity ( his own) http://www.ilex.org.uk/about_ilex/news/ilex_news/psu_radio_appeal.aspx they refused to broadcast an appeal for Food water and medical supplies to the innocent victims caught up in the Gaza conflict so as not to offend Israel (who should be offended by saving kids in this world?) We have long since realised Family Law pays no attention to sex, race, colour,and age discrimination well so it seems neither do the 'impartial BBC!'
Jack Straw spoke for 6 minutes on courts in April 2 2009 on the newly announced 'Open Court' policy and 4 on courts in general (click on the link to hear just how uninterested they really are!)
We urgently need reform of Family Law and Child
Welfare in Britain that has such a devastating effect on
Children, families and society has a whole where in my opinion a bigger threat is posed then that of Terrorism!
Yet the BBC shy’s away from any such debate and I for one would be more then happy to sit in Nick Griffin’s seat on the Question Time panel and talk with Camilla Cavendish, John Hemming MP, Rt. Hon. Jack Straw, Deputy PM Harriet Harman and CSF Minister Ed Balls and bring this emotive subject higher on to the political agenda and remedy the root cause of ‘Broken Britain!’
We are all too familiar with the fabled edition of the 'impartial' Question time programme allowing Harriet Harman to unashamedly (as ever) tell David Dimbleby to shut up Ian Duncan-Smith because he had dared to raise the emotive issue of broken relationships; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtANCL3lAoo
I asked previously are Grandparents the answer?
Woman's Hour had an interview with Baroness Scotland and Vera Beard QC when they were appointed top legal advisers to the Government 2 years ago and when asked their view on Camilla Cavendish's campaign (Prompted by an e- mail from Davey) they told Jenni Murray that this was not their department but then spent the remainder of the interview backtracking! Later when Jenni interviewed or Deputy Prime Minister in connection with her plan to give more lenient sentences to woman who murder as a result of domestic violence and there was a discernible gasp from this renown reporter when the Minister was unashamedly pleased with her biased plan. Thankfully the pragmatic founder of the woman's refuge service, Erin Pizzey was heard to say earlier on Today that "Murder is murder!" thank god for reason in the face of biased! I wonder what Gloria Hunniford would make of this?
In War: Resolution.
In Defeat: Defiance
In Victory: Magnanimity
In Peace: Goodwill