The day before I was on The Moral Maze I gave an half an hour interview with a Radio 4 journalist on the issue of the BNP membership list being leaked.
I attended a radio studio in Chatham, Kent and then had an interview with a chap from Radio 4.
In that interview I was asked questions and allowed to answer them without being stopped, my words twisted and without people trying to set up a lynching party.
I was told that the interview would be on Radio 4 on Tuesday last week - yet it did not appear.
Is it because the BBC will only publish the propaganda they want about the BNP - and therefore any interview we give that undermines their propaganda must be thrown into the Memory Hole ?
Here is my latest comment on the Moral Maze website here ;
1) I reiterate the point made previously ;
If the BNP are so thick why was it required for the Moral Maze show to have every guest with an anti-BNP bias on the show ?
Why was it neccasery for the endless stream of abuse and bile to be aired by the panelists about the BNP before the show even began.
If that panel on the show were an internal BBC disciplinary panel as relating to the behaviour of an an BBC employee - then the bias, abuse and bullying would leave the BBC open to a charge of victimisation, bias and bullying in an employment tribunal.
There was not even a pretence of fairness, equality and respect - the attacks on the BNP began before I even walked into the studio.
That is called bullying - yet some of the people on this thread think that someone defending themselves from such bullying and abuse is somehow wrong - what hypocrisy from these people !
The day before The Moral Maze I gave an hour long radio interview for Radio 4 that was supposed to be broadcast on the Tuesday night.
In that interview it was just me and the interviewer having a conversation and debate.
I was asked questions and given the time to respond without interruprtion or abuse.
Note that this show was not broadcast.
It appears that a fair debate is not acceptable as regards the BNP but demonisation and lie are - I call that cowardice.
If the BNP is so thick why not have a fair debate where it is a one on one interview where questions are asked and the interviewer gives the person the respect and time to respond.
It appears that the BBC does not have the intellectual ability to debate with the BNP - as shown also by Nick Griffins mauling of Jeremy Paxman a few years ago on Newsnight, and therefore can only set up a public lynching party with a pack of bushwhackers.
Come on BBC - if the BNP are so thick then why not have a fair debate ?
Or is it simply that the BBC know their propaganda about the BNP is simply that PROPAGANDA - and therefore for the truth to come out would somehow undermine the image and trust that the people have in the BBC iself.
The BBC have a duty to be politically impartial - yet we all know this is a joke.
The fact that the BBC has peddled myths about the BNP for so long eg knuckledraggers, thugs, thick, despised etc etc means that that truth being revealed would reveal more about the BBC than the BNP.
Therefore the BBC cannot offer a fair debate to the BNP as to do would reveal the fact that the BBC is guilty of lies, propaganda and deceits to the British public about the BNP.
The BBC has gone too far down the road of propaganda and lies for it to be revealed - as then the public would be very very angry at how much they have been manipulated by the BBC.