Saturday, 24 January 2015

The BBC have an unofficial pro-Israel policy

On 17 February 2012, top financial journalist and media commentator, Max Keiser, said this on his own blog:
“What we can confirm from working with the BBC is that they have an unofficial pro-Israel policy…

We were told repeatedly from our BBC executives while producing ‘The Oracle with Max Keiser’ on BBC World News, that any mention of Israel was completely off limits and that this was a matter of unofficial policy.”
He repeats this assertion on 9 May 2013 in episode 443 of The Keiser Report:
“When we were doing a show for BBC World News called The Oracle with Max Keiser a couple of years ago we only got one editorial direction and that is we could not mention Israel, in any context. That’s the only direction we got from the BBC.”

The BBC's Creative Director is Alan Yentob; the Head of News is James Harding; the Director of Television is Danny Cohen and Newsnight's editor is Ian Katz.

All are Jewish.

Jews comprise just 1-in-200 of the British population.

An executive run place for idiots


  1. "top financial journalist and media commentator"

    You *are* kidding, right?

    This is how objective MK is:

    Now go to
    and do a search on Max Keiser.

  2. No, I'm not kidding. Outside the ultra-mainstream, Keiser is a big shot.

    You know, I get tired of pointing out that when someone I may disagree with, or despise even, tells it as it is, I'm happy to publish their thoughts. Utilising such thought stifles the censor. The bad guys find it very hard to attack someone when one of their own has already said what the "racist,"/"anti-Semite" is saying.

    Not saying Keiser is a bad guy by the way. He may not be my cup of tea in every respect but he thinks and says enough that's true and anti-establishment to warrant the odd inclusion here.

    As the wise man said: "Don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs."

    I do know what I'm doing.