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Originally posted by IrishTruckie
Is it just me or does it seem like some of the interview might be edited. I know it says live and they could be glitches in the video. but check out the times, some I started a couple of seconds early so you can hear the sentence, some sound like they can make sense but watching his facial movements, it seems like its edited, I could be wrong. I'm just waking up.
Originally posted by spookfish
reply to post by mr-lizard
The trouble with this is that would be singling out the messenger. This news reader was following a script and taking direction from the gallery. Personally I'd have refused to do it and I'd be out of work because of it. We need to complain about the message and treatment rather than the newsreader.
To the OP I totally missed this story and I have the BBC, al jazeera and RT on permanently on 3 screens. So thanks and S&F. He wiped the floor with the newsreader so It comes as no surprise that this didn't get many or indeed any repeat transmissions.
The police in this instance have behaved disgracefully and they'll eventually get theirs . What I find really troubling is the stance of the BBC. It's been years since I have trusted the BBC, but this is the most blatant incident I've ever seen of them being a government mouthpiece.
Originally posted by neformore
Don't agree with the actions of the Police on this one.
Don't agree with the tone of the interview.
Despise the way the Police are being generalised and referred to here.
If people want to call the entire Police force scum because of the actions of a few of them, then they need to accept that the entire group of protestors are scum, because of the vandalism and violence they brought to the protest.
What?..... Dislike that sentiment? Well think about it some more. Do we live in a world of absolutes?
Do we label all for the actions of a few?
Have people really sunk to such a low intellectual level that they do that these days? If so - why protest about education? Its obviously going to be wasted.