As Islamic anti-Semitism drives Jews out of Europe, the BBC eagerly carries water for the Jew-haters. But what else would you expect in today’s cowed, subjugated Dhimmi Britannia? They’re cavalier about the mass murder of Jews seventy years ago, just as they’re cavalier about the calls from their Muslim masters for a new genocide of the Jews.
“BBC’s Holocaust Tweet Shocker,” Honest Reporting, January 27, 2015:
January 27 is International Holocaust Memorial Day and the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. With this in mind and the aftermath of the Paris terror attack on a kosher supermarket, there has been a great deal of discussion and commemoration in the media.
But could the BBC have asked a more crass, insensitive and downright offensive question on Twitter?
This was the question asked on The Big Questions, a BBC debate show on moral, ethical and religious issues. However, irrespective of the quality of the debate on the show itself, the tweet needs to be seen in isolation because many of those who saw it on Twitter would not have seen it in a larger context.
And how inappropriate for the BBC to even be debating the topic with such a question precisely during the buildup to events commemorating the biggest crime in modern history….
The BBC has proudly publicized its comprehensive coverage of Holocaust Memorial Day, drawing attention to a wide range of programming. This included The Big Questions on the BBC’s media release which stated:
A one-hour special Big Questions on BBC One will look at the anniversary and the issues involved from never forgetting, to man’s inhumanity. It will also ask: could something like this happen again?
How did the original question, “could something like this happen again?” and the stated emphasis of the program change so drastically? That it has indicates something insidious within the BBC.…