Today saw the BBC spend the day with Ambulance services across the country. This was clearly another politically motivated piece from the BBC. The BBC have absolutely no idea how to stay neutral. You would think they would have learnt their lessons from the GE2015 campaign where they could hardly hide their true allegiances.
Why don’t they concentrate on trying to report factual news or aim to make outstanding and sought after content. With increasing competition from Netflix and Amazon, some would say the BBC needs to up it game to justify their licence fee.
I find it crazy that in this day and age we even have a state funded broadcaster. We are no longer in the 1940s and needing to spread British propaganda across a vast empire.
Some people would say ‘A day in the life of the ambulance service’ is news. If that is the case, why was Ed Balls getting chucked off Strictly given headline news status by the BBC on Monday? You can hardly compare the two stories. Of all the events going on in the world, why was Ed Balls and Strictly Come Dancing given headline news status? I can hazard a guess, because it’s typical BBC deciding on what they want the news to be!
Maybe they could do a special piece on how the BBC tried to cover up the Savile abuse? Or how they almost ruined Cliff Richard’s life and career without any evidence? Or Lord McAlpine scandal? Or BBC staff gagging orders? Or the millions of pounds of tax payers money wasted on severance packages for executives?
Clearly there are problems within the NHS – but whatever problems there may be, they cannot be solved by blindly pumping billions of pounds of tax payers money into an organisation that is the fifth largest (by number of staff) in the world.
The Labour party and the BBC will shout and scream about problems within the NHS. What they don’t tell you is what they would do? They say they would increase funding, but that they fail to tell you how they would pay for it. A strong NHS is only possible with a strong economy and that cannot happen under Labour and it is the BBC that fail to highlight this FACT.