The BBC's Charter and its Producers Guidelines state:
...'Due impartiality lies at the heart of the BBC. All programs and services should be open minded, fair and show a respect for truth? [BBC reports should] contain comprehensive, authoritative and impartial coverage of news and current affairs in the United Kingdom and throughout the world??
Non- Labour Cameron and American Obama look closer than ever to do something history has proven a fool's recipe: military intervention in the Middle East, once again.
From those lucking out as the choice of Eric Snowden's grand exclusive comes another infallible hard-hitter as the two leaders of our Western world are about to embark on a highly controversial risky endeavor, of course for the good of humanity.
It's the perfect story, Guardian fail-safe. Justify the punishment of the Syrian government while backing the rebels (ie potential for more radical Islam), all the while portraying themselves hawkish for justice in an area of the world Bush was the devil. And all the while loving this tight squeeze for Cameron and Obama.
They're on a roll with eyes of indisputable conscience
One sees the same with the way Obama and the BBC are supporting Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, despite the MB continual persecution and attacks on Christians in Egypt. The blinkard cowardice of the left is one of the most damaging elements to our society.
At present, the BBC is only answerable to itself in deciding its standards and coverage. How does it measure up to what you consider good quality, and impartial and unbiased reporting as required by its charter? All TV viewers in the UK are forced by law to pay for this 'service'. Do you believe that what is received truly 'serves' the society, - or merely increases the problems within it?
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