- They will ignore you.
- They will insist they are ‘’balanced over time.’’
Thursday, 20 December 2012
ABC AND DANNY KAYE!
ABC AND DANNY KAYE!
ABC sets lower standard bar – page 1, 20/12/2012
AS Danny Kaye famously said in the 1958 film Me and the Colonel: – ‘’In life there are 2 possibilities’’ – so it is with the ABC’s complaint system.
The former is outrageous – the latter is worse.
Taken to it’s elemental ABC – type conclusion – they can excuse / offset the worst anti Israel diatribe by claiming to offset it against neo – anything views suggesting even that Hitler did not kill enough of my brethren!
If you think my virulent antipathy is over the top – remember this is the mob that lacerated Israeli ‘aggression’ in the 1967 Six Day War – and offset it by showing a programme of Israel’s Jewish enemies.
Under the obscene aegis of ‘balance over time.’
This is the mob that – together with the PM and Labor ministers – dares compare sceptics with Nazis via their proudly reiterated
I have on record too many aberrant derivations of their responses – when they deign to do so!
The Oz has commendably drawn attention to ABC multi – level getting away with it.
Sadly I have tried during the Howard years to get meaningful responses: I guess privatising the totalitarian rabble will fix them.
Lo – I long to see / contemplate Robyn Williams’ job application in the real world!
Remember the imbecilic 4 Corners programme: 4 corners global warming worse if it wasn't for global dimming
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www.abc.net.au/4corners/content/2005/s1325819.htmShare21 Mar 2005 – If they're right, this discovery holds the potential for powerful disruption to life on our planet. ... about the rate of global warming have been seriously underestimated. Until recently many scientists had never heard of global dimming. ...The worst-case scenario has temperatures rising by up to 10 degrees by ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Me_and_the_ColonelShareMe and the Colonel is a 1958 film based on the play "Jacobowsky und der Oberst
Posted by Geoff Seidner at 10:21 am