posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 04:09 AM
I saw this on the news this morning and have been thinking about it since then.
I can't see why they'd need to say such an obvious thing, unless it's purely to align the average person watching the BBC with the fact he's an
evil criminal traitor scumbag and control the narrative that way.
Malign him by making it clear he's not welcome.
'Cor blimey if they've banned him from comin' in then we sure don't want his sort here and that's for sure' says Mr Average. 'He must be a
wrong un then and no mistaking' (this incidentally is exactly how we speak in the UK. It's all true. I'm even drinking tea as I type it).
For only terrorists go on no fly lists, don't they?
Other than that I don't know.