They Are Now Refered To As “People Whose Mom’s Did Not Buy Them Puppies”

Were you shocked and stunned when the BBC refered to the bastards who murdered 50+ folks in London as ‘terrorists’? Well, don’t despair! Because in the cold, hard, safe light of socialist reflection the editors of the Beeb have gone back and changed what they wrote. Yes, no longer must those poor dirt-eating bastards suffer under the cruel weight of oprobrium brought about by the cavalier slinging of such a hateful term, no, indeed. For let us not forget that, as the BBC’s guidelines state

“the word ‘terrorist’ itself can be a barrier rather than an aid to understanding” and its use should be “avoided”

You see, it’s all about understanding. Oh sure, it’s awfully inconvenient to some folks that their child or spouse got blown up, but, really, since I’m sure that some of them might work (worked – ed.) for zionists; hell, some of those folks who got blown up might even have been zionists, or even jews, for gosh sakes. I mean, everyone knows they had it coming. When you act, in the immortal words of Tim Robbins in Team America, “all corporationally,” well, then we really know where the blame lies, don’t we?
And remember:

The BBC’s guidelines state that its credibility is undermined by the “careless use of words which carry emotional or value judgments”

Goodness, we can’t have that.
I feel sick.

9 Responses to “They Are Now Refered To As “People Whose Mom’s Did Not Buy Them Puppies””

  1. Dave J says:

    I love the Torygraph, too, but for all your future needs on this particular subject, if you weren’t already of it, I suggest you might want to turn here:

  2. Dave J says:

    “already aware of it,” I meant.

  3. The Real JeffS says:

    The Beeb, Voice Of Civilization. Not.

  4. Good old BBC

    I heard this on the radio on the way to work, and Mr. Bingley found the story. Amazing. As our local RWDBs say, the BBC is like PBS on speed….

  5. Dave J says:

    They used to be, Jeff. They were the one voice of freedom that the occupied peoples of Europe could hear through their darkest hours. To have fallen so far from that is quite sad, really.

  6. The Real JeffS says:

    I know, Dave, my dad told me of listening to the radio when he was flying out of North Africa in 1943. They’d listen to the BBC and Radio Berlin…and could always tell the difference as to who had the moral high ground.

  7. Ken Summers says:

    But don’t forget, guys, The Motherland was on the Beeb’s side in that one. Wait, they were on the Beeb’s side in the Cold War, too.

  8. Nightfly says:

    Well, puppies are unclean. I think they get pet rocks instead, which they then teach to fetch Israeli tanks. They’re not the brightest pets.

  9. Puke

    Just heard a little snippet on the radio provided by frequent Morning Show correspondent Dave in London. We know the BBC (motto: “Where British Tax Dollars Go To Die”) dropped use of the word “terrorist” in record time after the…

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