Thursday, February 02, 2006

Gonads found at the BBC - tiny, but nads all the same

From the Guardian:
The BBC has involved itself in a growing Europe-wide controversy by broadcasting cartoons of the prophet Muhammad that have caused outrage in the Islamic world and led to the sacking of a French newspaper editor.

The corporation showed the images as they appeared in French newspaper France Soir as part of a story on the controversy on today's One O'Clock News bulletin and on the News 24 channel
But they did that yesterday which must mean I wasn’t mocking the BBC here, I was actually breaking the story, exclusive-like!
The Muslim Council of Britain said its reaction to the BBC's decision to broadcast would "depend on the context".

A spokesman said: "It depends on whether they're broadcast to illustrate the story about the row developing, or, in the same way as the European newspapers have published, to gloat about freedom
Yeah. Mustn’t make a big deal about something like that.


Anonymous TAoL said...

"gloat about freedom"

What an extraordinary choice of words. Is it better to gloat about a lack of freedom, one wonders?

11:13 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Gloat". I don't know where to start with that!

12:37 am  
Blogger Charles Martel said...

apparently in 21st century Britain its ok to gloat about suicide bombers, killing Salman Rushie, and keeping yer females in a burqa.

remind me - why are we in Iraq and Afghanistan?

9:46 am  

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