...the uproar if the director-general of the BBC visited Palestine for secret talks on the corporation's coverage?
Well then imagine the lack of uproar when he went to Israel instead.
I imagine that was showing due impartiality. The not going to Palestine bit or talking to Palestinians. You know, that bit. That was where he was at his most impartial. I mean, it's such a long way away from Israel, so why bother?
Thank goodness he's here today to tell us all, like the patronising overpaid cunt he is, about things that 'could be interpreted as taking a political stance'! Thank goodness he has never done any such thing. Phew!
All of a sudden, I have quite a lot of empathy with those on the right who begrudge paying their licence fees. Can I grumble about mine, but for entirely different reasons?
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