Friday, 14 June 2013

BBC campaign against Scottish independence moves up a gear..

This is how last nights BBC Question Time was described on the BBC i player.....

"David Dimbleby presents Question Time from Edinburgh, with an audience of 16 and 17 year olds ahead of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum."

16 and 17 year olds will be eligible to vote in the referendum so this would be a chance for them to hear the arguments from both sides of the debate on independence.

So what did we get ?

A discussion panel comprising of four anti Scottish independence supporters and one pro independence SNP MP.

And Lesley Riddoch who has just declared Yes to independence. After favouring devo max.

Well done BBC 'journalists'.

Hopefully your next shit is a hedgehog.

The call for international observers to monitor the BBC and other biased media is getting deafening. Scotland is going to be robbed of it's chance of independence if things don't change quickly.


  1. One massive problem is, Monty, that whilst I can see Scottish people taking defeat on the nose and buckling down to a future they didn't really want, but not if it has been achieved through double dealings of an organisation that they are bound to pay for.

    In short, if we lose this referendum fair and square, I reckon it will be accepted; if we lose because of the double dealings and lies of organisations like the UK government and BBC, then I don;t think we will take defeat well.

  2. hi tris....yes i think people would accept the outcome of the referendum if the arguments for and against were given a fair hearing.
    The blatant bias against independence displayed by the BBC is a disgusting affront to our democracy and will be remembered for centuries. The digital age will record the guilty parties forever.


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