‘Impartiality’

Posted by Tim Ireland at 27 January 2009

Category: Humanity

This entry was posted on
Tuesday, January 27th, 2009
at
10:47 am and is filed
under Humanity.

Like Justin, I suspect that the word ‘impartiality’ does not mean what Mark Thompson thinks it means.

Donate online to the DEC’s Gaza Crisis now

(I know you probably do so at risk of being called a Nazi by not-very-good-lawyer trying to pass himself off as a professional commentator, but count your blessings; it’s hardly white-hot fire raining from the sky, is it?)








2 Comments

  1. Mark says

    As I tweeted yesterday, the solution to the BBC impartiality problem is simple: first, show the DEC advert appeal. Then, run a fundraising ad to pay to replenish Israel's stocks of white phosphorus. The BBC remains impartial and everyone gets to choose whether or not to help out and can choose whichever side they want. Or both if they want to be super impartial too.

  2. Manic says

    That's quite possibly the niftiest and most practical solution ever.

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