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    Why is the BBC so ANTI BADGER CULL

    Why is the BBC so anti Badger cull. Tonights news they interviewed an ANTI who stated that when the first shot was fired then all hell would be let loose. Their own Country File farmer Adam has had to have numerous of his cattle slaughtered with TB but, what won the photo of the year for the Countryfile calender a Badger walking down an avenue of tree's. Brian May gets as much airtime as he wants to promote his save the Badger campaign. The BBC do not explain that as we all know on here as we are trained to identify and what to do if we suspect TB that TB is a zoonosis disease and that anti biotics now struggle to treat the condition. The BBC soon had their journalists out when the Measles epidemic was on reporting the story would it take an outbreak of TB for them to see the light. The Goverment as they say should grow some and put the Badger on the open general licence then the antis would not know when they were being culled or where as vermin control teams would do it discretely while carrying out vermin control duties. The BBC in my opinion is one sided on this issue. Rant over .

    Jimbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo 30 06 View Post
    Why is the BBC so anti Badger cull. Tonights news they interviewed an ANTI who stated that when the first shot was fired then all hell would be let loose. Their own Country File farmer Adam has had to have numerous of his cattle slaughtered with TB but, what won the photo of the year for the Countryfile calender a Badger walking down an avenue of tree's. Brian May gets as much airtime as he wants to promote his save the Badger campaign. The BBC do not explain that as we all know on here as we are trained to identify and what to do if we suspect TB that TB is a zoonosis disease and that anti biotics now struggle to treat the condition. The BBC soon had their journalists out when the Measles epidemic was on reporting the story would it take an outbreak of TB for them to see the light. The Goverment as they say should grow some and put the Badger on the open general licence then the antis would not know when they were being culled or where as vermin control teams would do it discretely while carrying out vermin control duties. The BBC in my opinion is one sided on this issue. Rant over .

    Jimbo
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    You have to remember that the BBC is not am impartial public service broadcaster, it is a political lobbying organisation fraudulently funded by a process of State sponsored extortion to promote the ideology and agenda of a left wing government in exile.
    Inherently corrupt and blatantly biased, it will shamelessly promote any cause or point of view that will harm those who do not share its world view.
    The anti-cull, anti-landowner, anti-farming, anti-shooting movement has nothing whatever to do with animal wellfare. It is entirely political, and a kind of politics of which the BBC heartily approves.

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    Lets not forget their reporting of the Badger cull also takes the heat off the sickening ring of rancid and depraved BBC associated sex pests and abusers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigboot View Post
    Lets not forget their reporting of the Badger cull also takes the heat off the sickening ring of rancid and depraved BBC associated sex pests and abusers!!
    ​Very true

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    Originally Posted by rigboot Lets not forget their reporting of the Badger cull also takes the heat off the sickening ring of rancid and depraved BBC associated sex pests and abusers!!
    ​Very true
    Good to see our licence fee's aren't being wasted .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch View Post
    You have to remember that the BBC is not am impartial public service broadcaster, it is a political lobbying organisation fraudulently funded by a process of State sponsored extortion to promote the ideology and agenda of a left wing government in exile.
    Inherently corrupt and blatantly biased, it will shamelessly promote any cause or point of view that will harm those who do not share its world view.
    The anti-cull, anti-landowner, anti-farming, anti-shooting movement has nothing whatever to do with animal wellfare. It is entirely political, and a kind of politics of which the BBC heartily approves.
    Spot on! Guardian Reading lefties!

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    It doesn't even appear in the list of Most Read on the BBC News website now...

    I guess it's now a non-story for everyone apart from Badger May
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampwick View Post
    Spot on! Guardian Reading lefties!
    I read the Guardian. And the BBC's a shedload more impartial than Sky News. Have you ever watched the news from state-owned broadcasters anywhere else in Europe for comparison?

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