One would think that a large broadcaster like BBC, with weekly audiences of some 225 million abroad and 97% of the population of the United Kingdom, would report on most of the terrible incidents that happen around the world. That is not the case. A graph by the website BBC Watch, shows that in fact very few of the terrorist attacks, most of them by Islamists, are reported.
But the BBC is not alone on not reporting the truth of what's going on, as this is common in mainstream media across Europe.
In Sweden, the news-feeder TT, a company providing mainstream media with news (yes, much of the journalism today, is copy/paste), actually warned mainstream media in Sweden, that it was about to release the ethnicity of the perpetrators of the IKEA murders recently. It also suggested that those who wouldn't print the ethnicity, should remove it from the copy/paste text going to the Swedish readers.
In Norway, the organization for journalists (Norsk journalistlag), has a folder, or guidelines, telling journalists to report on immigrants in a favorable manner. This is why ethnicity or/and religion are almost never revealed.
A list, provided by the website TROP, shows the number of monthly terrorist attacks, take a look, and then ask yourself, how many of these attacks were reported by mainstream media?
Of course, if Jennifer Aniston dyes her hair, or if Ronaldo scores a goal, it's on the front page instantly. The important stuff you know.
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This is the graph from BBC Watch. It's utterly shameful journalism by the BBC, and it's intended to keep you in a happy-bubble of ignorance.
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