Friday, 15 March 2013

Media Hatchet Job: Newsnight on Pope Francis

After the (first?) attempt at a hatchet job by the BBC's Newsnight (an institution and programme riven by paedophile sandals and cover ups) on Pope Francis viz his stance on the 1970s Argentinian military government -- a blundering hatchet job that was embarrassing to say the least -- I thought you might like this link as it deals with pathetic media attempts to attack the Church and the Papacy.

Newsnight still has an "acting editor" after botching an investigation (or covering it up!) into paedophiles inside the BBC, since when at least two more BBC presenters have been arrested for sexual crimes. Newsnight has also promoted the views of leading homosexual activist Peter Tatchell who, like many homosexual militants, believes the age if consent should be lowered and who also, in The Guardian newspaper in 1997 wrote a letter excusing sex with children as young as 9 years old (yes NINE years old). The apologist for paedophiles is often given uncritical coverage by a programme whose chiefs shut down an exposé of paedophilia. Hardly glowing references.

The Mark Steyn interview.

1 comment:

  1. Not to mention the 'hatchet job' on +++Napier on Radio 5 Nolan Show.