Rolls-Royce Socialism at the Bolshie Beeb.

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Never let it be said that the BBC's concern for the poor and oppressed stops at home. No. Especially not at the Bolshie Beeb itself, which has doubled the number of executives paid over 100,000 pounds per year over the past half decade. That's $170,000.00 to you, fella. Plus perks, natch. Not counting free health care, pensions, all the goods, courtesy of the British rate—payer.

Just recently the tax—funded Beeb demanded an annual increase in its funding of two percent per year over the cost of inflation ——— a pay increase of five percent or more, compounded over five years. Special trucks with directional antennas cruise the streets of Britain, locating TV sets in homes that have not paid their BBC tax, and slapping them with nasty fines. The money pays for the most biased and one—sided "news" coverage in the world — all from the Politically Correct Left, needless to say. The main theme of the Beeb, surprise, surprise, is to convince the hapless taxpayers that even more socialism is good for them.

In America we are familiar with limousine liberalism ——— as shown by George Soros and Barbara Streisand, who milk capitalism for all it's worth and then do everything in their power to destroy it. Rolls—Royce liberalism is just as expensive. Britain used to have an upper class, now been stripped of its inherited property and wealth. But today it has a new and equally arrogant upper class, headed by the Beebocracy.  British Imperialism has just become Socialist Imperialism.

In line with Eurosocialism, Brussels is suborning the bureaucrats of the UK, enticing them to join the new European empire for even fatter salaries and perks. As a result, the end of British sovereignty is in sight. The ship of state is sinking, but the Bolshie Beeb will just become an arm of EU propaganda. It is already pumping out a constant flow of hate—America stories to please the French and Germans.

When the next international crisis comes — over Iran's nukes, perhaps — the Anglo—American relationship will be shakier than it is today. Tony Blair almost lost his job over the Iraq war, with the Beeb leading the charge to overthrow him. The next Labour Prime Minister may go the way of Jacques Chirac and Gerhardt Schroeder, and wave America goodbye. We may then find more faithful allies in India and Japan.

James Lewis  12 24 05

Never let it be said that the BBC's concern for the poor and oppressed stops at home. No. Especially not at the Bolshie Beeb itself, which has doubled the number of executives paid over 100,000 pounds per year over the past half decade. That's $170,000.00 to you, fella. Plus perks, natch. Not counting free health care, pensions, all the goods, courtesy of the British rate—payer.

Just recently the tax—funded Beeb demanded an annual increase in its funding of two percent per year over the cost of inflation ——— a pay increase of five percent or more, compounded over five years. Special trucks with directional antennas cruise the streets of Britain, locating TV sets in homes that have not paid their BBC tax, and slapping them with nasty fines. The money pays for the most biased and one—sided "news" coverage in the world — all from the Politically Correct Left, needless to say. The main theme of the Beeb, surprise, surprise, is to convince the hapless taxpayers that even more socialism is good for them.

In America we are familiar with limousine liberalism ——— as shown by George Soros and Barbara Streisand, who milk capitalism for all it's worth and then do everything in their power to destroy it. Rolls—Royce liberalism is just as expensive. Britain used to have an upper class, now been stripped of its inherited property and wealth. But today it has a new and equally arrogant upper class, headed by the Beebocracy.  British Imperialism has just become Socialist Imperialism.

In line with Eurosocialism, Brussels is suborning the bureaucrats of the UK, enticing them to join the new European empire for even fatter salaries and perks. As a result, the end of British sovereignty is in sight. The ship of state is sinking, but the Bolshie Beeb will just become an arm of EU propaganda. It is already pumping out a constant flow of hate—America stories to please the French and Germans.

When the next international crisis comes — over Iran's nukes, perhaps — the Anglo—American relationship will be shakier than it is today. Tony Blair almost lost his job over the Iraq war, with the Beeb leading the charge to overthrow him. The next Labour Prime Minister may go the way of Jacques Chirac and Gerhardt Schroeder, and wave America goodbye. We may then find more faithful allies in India and Japan.

James Lewis  12 24 05