Paywall for iPlayer?
Peter S Kirk
peter.kirk at isauk.biz
Mon Jul 6 14:45:33 PDT 2015
On 6 Jul 2015 at 21:34, michael norman michael norman
<michaeltnorman at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 07/06/2015 09:13 PM, TQ wrote:
> >> On 06 July 2015 at 21:04 michael norman <michaeltnorman at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >>> Rather than promote conspiracy theories about non doms and media
> >>> owners.
> >>> Direct your ire at the one eyed Scotch loon and his party who bribed
> >>> electors with taxpayers' money.
> >>> _______________________________________________
> >>> Oh dear this is really getting OT
> >> But just asking who the one eyed Scotch loon might be ?
> > Mad Jock McBroon - the man who was so deluded that he claimed to have
> > abolished boom and bust
> Ok Gordon Brown. Forgive me but how does this help us with the present
> attitude of our rulers towards the BBC. All I said was that they are
> ideologically opposed to public service, thats not a conspiracy theory
> its what they are doing and intend to do. Defending and advancing the
> interests of media owners who are mainly non doms. All of which is a
> matter of public record.
> Osbourne [sic] has made it quite plain what his agenda is, most recently on
> the Andrew Marr show on BBC last Sunday. On the public record.
Osborne's moving of funding the free licenses from taxpayer to BBC is a
smart move. It means defending (imho the indefensible) or opposing free
licenses for over 75s is an issue for the BBC: if the BBC want their money
they can lobby for the end of McBroon's profligacy.
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