Friday, September 25, 2009

Value for money at the BBC!

Time for retirement, Auntie...


Prime Minister's salary - £194,250.

Director General of the BBC salary - £647,000.

Shocking stuff. The person responsible for running the country, (into the ground admittedly), gets a whole lot less cash than the person responsible for Eastenders and Crimewatch.

If you take a look at the rest of the salaries paid out to the dozens of BBC 'executives' it's mind blowing. Money bullied from the public by threats of fines and imprisonment if you refuse to cough up goes to line the pockets of these parasites.

The BBC can carry on like it always has, covered up in the security blanket of public money, spouting it's leftie bias to the great British public. It's biggest rival, living in the real world, has lost £105,000,000 in the first six months of this year. No safety net of public cash for poor old ITV, which looks like it's about to self destruct.

As you would expect in this age of the interweb, several sites have sprang up to voice some dissent at this disgraceful state of affairs. And quite right too, the more who click on to the blatant bias and brain washing of the BBC the better.

But it seems there is a voice dissenting the dissenters! A site so far up it's own left wing, media studies degree arse it's breath-taking. See how they mock and pour scorn on those who dare to point out the truth.

The question has to be asked why? Why do they feel the need to try and counter the criticism of their beloved BBC? Or are the BBC behind it?

Picture it, a small group of junior researchers have been tasked to find and neutralise any anti BBC thoughts on the internet. Promises of promotion or a move of department freshly ringing in their ears they scurry away to an office deep in the bowels of BBC HQ to hunt down their prey.

Target in sight, they congregate and pour derision on those who dare to think for themselves. Those who have the audacity to see the BBC for what it is.

A giant, out of control, money grabbing, brain washing monster which needs putting down.

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10 comments:

Gigits said...

Superb post, Mr Rab! Says it all.

Dare they retort?

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Hope so!

Joe Public said...

That rural carrot-county that is Suffolk tries to justify paying its chief exec nearly £1/4m pa.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7290778.stm

Value-for-money I suppose. She hasn't cost the rest of us nearly as much as that world-renowned politician.

Barking Spider said...

Good one, Rab, leftie swine that they are!

BTW, Rab, I downloaded Opera for my computer after seeing your comment at Gigits' place - I used to have a slow connection, but not anymore with this browser - thanks for the info.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

I use firefox on my laptop. I might be persuaded to change to opera.

Edgar said...

I checked out the anti-anti-Auntie site. Couldn't find any facts on there, so clearly it is both supported and funded by the BBC.

G.O.T. said...

Rab, I agree with you 100%.
A most excellent post.

I'm sick and fucking tired of the BBC and all the lefty Labour luvvies that work for them. Well, when I say work what I really mean is finding ways of pissing the licence fee up the wall whilst churning out Labour propaganda and kissing the arse of the nearest moslem. That twat OMTE, that you've linked to, is a prime example.

scunnert said...

The triumph of the Beeb is that it has convinced folks that a right wing corporation is actually left wing. Just think - who benefits? Aye - the Beeb supports an ideology that would disenfranchise the British working man and cast him adrift in a new world order run by and for international capital.

Left wing my arse.

Gordon said...

I saved the world yet I'm paid less than the new arts director at the beeb.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1216375/BBC-Newss-150-000-star-arts-editor-reported-presented-needs-months-training.html

Dark Lochnagar said...

I've just read rab, that the new guy at ITV is not now taking up his employment after he wanted £45million over 5 years to do it. Fucking unbelievable! Mind you when you've got 2nd rate footballers getting £200k per week, what do you expect.