posted on Oct, 23 2010 @ 09:37 AM
Any large organisation will typically be victim of corruption, either from within or from with out, and with the size and the amount of money
available to the BBC, there will be things they do that will be seen as corrupt.
Other than a well known left wing bias, which I can hardly see as corruption, what is the evidence you have for the BBC being corrupt?
Are they being used to change regimes? Or change our voting habits?
Of course they are changing how we see the world by what they report and how. But that is a charge that can be levelled at all media outlets and all
governments so they must all be labled as corrupt.