Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
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Friday, July 15, 2005

Nanny Bans Terrorists

Nanny Bans TerroristsGood news folks, you can now sleep peacefully in your beds again; there will be no more terrorism in Britain.


Nanny has banned terrorism.

Well, let me be more precise, Nanny's chumps (sorry chums) in the BBC (Bombers' Broadcasting Corporation) have banned the use of the word "terrorist".

It seems that the Bombers' Broadcasting Corporation has re-edited some of its coverage of the London Underground and bus bombings; in order to avoid labelling the perpetrators as "terrorists".

The first reports of the attacks on the BBC's website spoke of terrorists, but the same coverage was changed to describe the attackers simply as "bombers".

It seems that the Bombers' Broadcasting Corporation guidelines state that its credibility is undermined by the "careless use of words which carry emotional or value judgments".

Consequently, "the word 'terrorist' itself can be a barrier rather than an aid to understanding" and its use should be "avoided", the guidelines say.

Scuse me, but if they weren't terrorists what were they?

Scum maybe?

The BBC's guidelines have managed to undermine its reputation.

Nanny needs to get it into her thick head that we don't need to understand anything more about these people, other than the fact that they hate us and want to kill us.


  1. Anonymous11:02 AM

    Infuriating stuff, but coming from the same organsisation whose reporter openly wept at the death of Yassir Arafat; another famous t********. Shame on all the brainwashed staff for complying with this ridiculous diktat.

  2. Anonymous12:23 PM

    No doubt the offending articles were dumped in the nearest memory hole as soon as history was rewritten (read Big Brother).

    There is an artice in the Telegraph about it:

    BBC say the word Terrorist is not banned but 'its credibility is undermined by the "careless use of words which carry emotional or value judgments".' Confused?

    Look here:

    And Here:

  3. David Armstrong6:15 PM

    I hate the BBC, really I do.

  4. get tired of these barbarians ..