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Bbc Licence Fee Pays To Teach Lies To British Children

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Khandro | 23:58 Sun 02nd Feb 2020 | News
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Andrew Neil has already had a go at this "drivel", but the reasons are well amplified here, don't you think?

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Kids always have and always will laugh at farts and poop jokes. But the thing about Horrible Histories is that is supposed to be historically accurate. They use these programmes as a fun educational tool. Therefore inaccuracies should be called out and put right and tbh I do think it is propaganda. They do say that if you want to really and truely affect the...
01:31 Mon 03rd Feb 2020
Is that a “lie” as such khandro?
Apart from the fact that it’s “sort of” true in that they are of German descent, this is a comedy history, and we all now that comedy exaggerated for effect.
Anyway, is being branded “foreign” really so bad? Not in everyone’s world, surely :-)
But ok, I’ll give you that one as queryable.
Any more?
>Even when they have only been here for 5 minutes, were illegal immigrants, and are doing their best to blow us sky high whilst on lavish benefits

This thread has evolved a bit from a discussion of BBC bias influencing our children
That was a given from the word go FF.
Cotton didn't originate in America
Tea didn't originate in India
And sugar didn't originate in the West Indies
Oh, and slavery had been abolished before Victoria ascended the throne.
If anyone believes anything the aBBC says, they must be thick as a plank. Thank God it's getting shut down.
CBBC.

I don't think children are like;y to be turned anti British by not knowing the precise origin of the tea plant - which some could say is disputed at best.

//"Camellia sinensis originated in southeast Asia, specifically around the intersection of latitude 29°N and longitude 98°E, the point of confluence of the lands of northeast India, north Burma, southwest China and Tibet. The plant was introduced to more than 52 countries, from this 'centre of origin'."//
FF - "This thread has evolved a bit from a discussion of BBC bias influencing our children"

Indeed it has evolved into the discussion of 'bias' and denial and distraction from any bias.
Tea originated in Yorkshire didn’t it?

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The ‘British Things (there’s hardly any)’ song isn’t an anti-brexit song as it is being portrayed here. It was first broadcast 11 years ago and has been on the BBC website since 2009. The Jan 31st Tweet was a compilation of old ‘Horrible Histories’ stuff.
// isn’t an anti-brexit song as it is being portrayed here.//

No one has called it an anti Brexit "song". The objection is that the tax payer funded Beep Beep See used it and the anti Britain message to mark Brexit day on a childrens tv programme. Classy. The social engineers and propaganda merchants marked Brexit Day with a “special” programme for children pouring scorn on British history and claiming “British things” don’t exist. British things don't exist? We could develop that premise could we not?

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