Why won’t the BBC use the “T” word to describe those evil barbarians who shoot thousands of unguided missiles at (Israeli) civilian population centers, who behead (Jewish) babies, rape (Jewish) women and girls, who murder, kidnap, and torture (Jewish) civilians from children to the elderly (Jewish) Holocaust survivors, who put (Jewish) children in cages, who brutalize and parade murdered Jews in their streets, and destroy (Jewish) communities in the Jewish home land, while recording it all on social media?
According to the inane article on the BBC today, titled “Why the BBC does not call Hamas gunmen terrorists.”
It’s simply not the BBC’s job to tell people who to support and who to condemn, says the BBC’s World Affairs editor John Simpson.
The king of England, The prime minister of the UK, the president of America and other world leaders can call the barbaric evil unleashed on innocent Israeli citizens terror. But not the holy BBC, unless…
The victims are not Jewish and the attack isn’t in Israel. When four British citizens were killed by an radical Islamic terrorist in London on March 23, 2017, the headlines and indeed the entire article mentioned “terror” and “terrorist” multiple times. “London attack: Four dead in Westminster terror attack” screamed the headline. The article went on to declare,
The terrorist chose to strike at the heart of our capital city where people of all nationalities, religions and cultures come together to celebrate the values of liberty, democracy and freedom of speech.
So the article in today’s BBC is simply untrue, as clearly the BBC do use the words “terror” and “terrorist” when the terror attack occurs outside of Israel and the victims are not Israeli or Jews. Why doesn’t the BBC call a terrorist a terrorist if the attack occurs within Israel, or if the victims are Israelis or Jews? Why doesn’t the BBC realize that all terror, wherever it happens, from London, to New York, to Sydney, to Cairo, to Israeli towns and kibbutzim stems from the same source, incitement by fanatical militant Islam to go out murder and terrorize “non-believers” in order to establish a pan-Muslim caliphate? Why does the BBC have double standards in the language it uses to describe terror attacks inside Israel, and to Israelis and Jews?
Could it possible be that…