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Watching Outside Source (the pretend news programme with the fake buttons)
we were proudly informed that the Beeb has added two more Nigerian dialects
to its app base.
Who's paying for this?
I don't want/need it......why is my licence money being thrown up yet another wall?
There must come a time when the validity of the BBC, like Oxfam et al
comes under public scrutiny?

Joined: 11/7/2017
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Nigerian BBC - really?
Posted: 2/20/2018 9:36:02 AM
If they’re reading the BBC app then at least they’re not scamming another pensioner, every cloud.
Joined: 3/28/2006
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Posted: 2/20/2018 10:54:30 PM
Because a large number of the illegal economic migrants coming into the UK are from Nigeria, and the left wing nutters at the BBC (aka the BBC) feel that the evil white people need to make up for colonialism by integrating these people into working class communities (because they don't want them in their own middle class areas), it's racism on an industrial scale, exploiting anyone with more than a mild suntan for their own moral and political gains.

I'm utterly disgusted by the BBC, yesterday they were kicking off a load of anti-brexit propaganda AGAIN. Jamie Oliver closes restaurants because Brexit. KFC runs out of chicken because Brexit and then to top it off they do a video of upset children from an undisclosed ethnic minority, who are starving outside a closed KFC, as if fried chicken is their only food source.
OH and all that followed by them taking a pop at that "little mix" singer for "cultural appropriation", because she had her hair done in dreadlocks.
Joined: 11/7/2017
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Posted: 2/21/2018 2:57:11 AM
To summarise:

Jamie Oliver’s is over rated and the bubble was always going to burst. Paying spotty teenagers minimum wage to use a microwave was a short sighted business model. The fat tongued cook is very well financially insulated from it all.

People with appalling diets being denied a KFC is real, and happening, all over the country. The BBC national news is based in London, whenever they send a reporter out somewhere local it’s always going to be heavily ethnically enriched in terms of population. They know this, they know people from Durham to Dorset are watching it and thinking what we’re all thinking, they know about the elephant in the room. We also know if BBC decided to get a camera crew in Dorset to do a piece outside of a KFC they would have received complaints of white washing and oppression of ethnic minorities (from white middle class Guardian readers) so we all have to just stop being racist and just accept if you watch too much BBC news it will appear we seem to be living in Uganda.

The whole dreads story is nothing more than a twitter spat, no one else gives the tiniest sh1t but twitter is now the go to source on slow news days.
Joined: 6/7/2016
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Posted: 2/21/2018 3:42:23 AM
Baffling how the BBC can take any high ground when reporting the news.
Joined: 1/3/2017
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Posted: 2/21/2018 10:05:46 AM
Nigerian speaking people are using the app probably, so why shouldn't they get the service in a language they understand?

The BBC broadcast all around the world and not just here. The US don't have to pay a license to watch anything but the BBC have channels over there, so anyone paying for a license here should wonder why that is?

I've not had a license for 7 years btw, so i'm not paying for anything and don't really care. :)
Joined: 8/8/2014
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Posted: 2/21/2018 11:36:26 AM
I love Nigerians, very nice people. I had a lovely school friend at primary school. We use to play subbuteo at each other's houses. I think we drew up the Nigerian border.....not me and my friend ..obviously...of course they have oil too which can be a curse.

As for the leftist "liberal" BBC many socialists they believe in extortion. I pay up, anything for a quiet life. I suppose I'm celebrating their idea of plurality. Their business show in the morning at 530am with Sally whatsit is really comedic. It's the fraudulent fiat debt system that they must always talk up as their "money" knew I'd get there... is worthless and its basis is our confidence in it. Personally I find authenticity in the Nigerians. Plus they don't have constant "freedom loving wars" killing millions of innocents to prop up their financial schemes. Yep I look up to them.
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