UK State TV follows Party Line

Whilst the story
is covered extensively in the Sunday press, along with analysis and thought
provoking questions, The UK TV media has effectively buried the news of the arrest,
and the ensuing political pressure, for perverting the course of justice, of Ruth Turner, a high ranking aide at
No.10 in the ongoing investigation into the Cash for Peerages scandal.

 

In what resembled
a Soviet style Party written agenda, with the scripting for the days news being
written by the government press office, the important news of the day was buried
in a mass of non-news.

 

The BBC has by far been the worst offender, not
running the story at all on its
BBC1 news programme or the BBC News24, instead giving us non-stories, has now
lost its place as an unbias reporter of news that is part of its charter.
 

The break-up of
the Home Office – a non-story because this has specifically been rejected by
the Prime Minister 2 weeks ago in a reply to David Cameron in the House of
Commons.  It also shows the Home Secretary as a loser, a man who cannot
cope. We expect that this story will be reversed after a reasonable time,

Other top BBC stories are The Duck who survived after
being shot and put in a freezer, and an anti Royal story, and the bones on
display of a whale that died in the
Thames a year ago.  

Sky News whilst
not letting its reporters mention it on screen, does at least have it running
on their top story bar, but still refuse to talk about it.  They are also
running the non-stories to make up air time.

It is quite
obvious by this time that the Labour spin machine has been working overtime
during the night to ensure that this story gets no air-time, which also means
that their efforts to evade the course of justice have now moved behind the
scenes, and out of the public gaze. 
 

We also wonder
whether they have used their powers illegally by invoking D-Notices on the
media to protect a party machine.

It is clear that
this government now believe this country to be a one party state, where the
media and the police can be ‘directed’ at will, with different standards to be
applied to party members and workers.  

So used are they
to doing what they want, how they want, when they want that the contempt for
the rule of law when applied to themselves is apparent to all. 

We await with
anticipation the next episode from ‘Yates of the Yard’, one which we hope will
give us all a clue as to the extent of the corruption within government and in
particular inside No.10. 

 

Item
5 below was clearly in operation today, and the world knows it.

 

The modus operandi of any fledgling
authoritarian state is;

  1. Create a fear, real or contrived.
  2. Engineer events to give credence to that fear.
  3. Find a portion of the population to blame for
    that fear.
  4. Enact laws to ‘protect’ the majority.
  5. Neuter the press.
  6. Further engineered events, keep up the scare
    propaganda.
  7. Save the majority by containing, then detaining
    the target group.
  8. Introduction of emergency powers and the
    suspension of political and judicial process.
  9. Look for other groups to blame.
  10. Total control 

 

 

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0 Responses to UK State TV follows Party Line

  1. Anonymous says:

    There’s an interesting curiosity to the enthusiasm evident in the police investigation of the honours for loans scandal. I’ve puzzled for a while over where the pressure on the labour government has come from which has convinced it to erode civil liberties to the extent that it has. I don’t think Tony would have thought it up all by himself.
    My only unfounded conclusion is that it must have come from the police, secret or otherwise. If so, surely they should by now be pleased with the labour government. Why then is the investigation of the scandal being prosecuted with such fervour? My cynicism of present day Britain excludes the obvious answer. Did the government not go far enough or fast enough for them?
    IanS

  2. Anonymous says:

    I tend to disagree. I do believe that in the beginning the Police we happy and glad to receive more powers, but the raft of new laws is beginning to frighten even them, which I think is apparent if you read some of the ACPO press releases, and the distancing from the Home Office.
    I believe that the master plan is the old left wing policies, the similarity to their manifesto is surprising, and this is being conducted in the background, by cross referencing clauses in legislation that are designed to confuse, with many laws written in such grey terms that they need clarification by committee or by SI. while the lefties are writing the laws, the ministers sell it to you with smiles on their faces and lots of spin. The old style of left in your face never worked, but the NuLab style certainly has.

  3. Anonymous says:

    As I said, my theory is ungrounded so I will happily bow to another which has some founding. The only problem I see with the suggestion that the pressure is coming from the left of the party is that one of the constant gripes about New labour is that is new and has moved far to the right of the old party. Indeed, I seem to remember that Mrs T was an early guest of Tony at number 10.
    IanS

  4. Anonymous says:

    When a conman comes to your door to rob you, he presents himself in such a way that you feel comfortable and safe with his presence, and invite him in.
    He tells you what you want to hear, shows you what you want to see, whilst all the while his other hand is in your purse and taking your keys.
    Labour have learned the art of smoke and mirrors and have robbed us of our freedoms and rights, whilst selling us PC comfort zones and security.
    The old left protesting that NuLab have moved to the right is to add weight to the presentation, to accept them, but the old left never really let go. Thats why they are so quiet now, in sight of their goals.