A Cat May (Not) Look At A King

A politician may mention football in a scathing manner in a bid for popularity among the proles and electorate, but apparently a footballer may not mention a politician without risking suspension. Is it surprising that the head of the BBC arranged a loan for the then Prime minister, a man of, at best, questionable integrity? Yet when a freelance presenter makes a statement of personal opinion he is withdrawn from his popular role as presenter of Football Focus.

Tell me about the Impartiality of the BBC!

It is not simply hypocrisy, it is the very censorship the presenter was warning of.

Yes, lets make sure we are all in step with the goose step to oblivion.

Author: Keith Armstrong

Dance teacher, writer, film-maker, educationalist, enthusiast.

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