Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Sheep Shagging Zombies @theBBC

A lump of meat is of more use to the BBC than the general public*
To understand the mindset of shoddy journalists is really not hard - they look down on anyone who doesn't agree with them. They also have a pathological fear of sheep that can think for themselves and draw their own conclusions. Thankfully these insurgent thinking sheep only exist in the virtual world and the delete button is ever powerful. Who knows what infection these sheep carry?

Shoddy journalists, along with shoddy politicians have done unspeakable things to children as I revealed on Twitter:
The sheep have become so domesticated they pull the wool over their own eyes saving their masters any effort. They probably like the abuse and find it all warm and comforting.
Journalists taking bloggers to task
we are constantly being savaged by the loonies for not giving them any coverage at all ... and being the objective impartial (ho ho) BBC that we are, there is an expectation in some quarters that we will every now and then let them say something. I hope though that the weight of our coverage makes it clear that we think they are talking through their hats.
The BBC showed this same attitude by ignoring the millions opposing the proposed plunder and pillage by the Rivers of Babylon, creating a level of journalism not seen since the morning after the Night of the Long Knives.(**) Helpless public lambs are the gift that keeps on giving providing ample flesh for the pigs in the media to fuck and chew.

What happens in one area of society is not an isolated incident, it is the slow realisation that by scratching the surface of an ugly wound we see the infection runs much, much deeper.

Is it any wonder killing Zombies has so much appeal?

* if the latest series of MasterChef is anything to go by. 
(**) which should not be confused with this song.  

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