Friday, 4 January 2008

BBC censors Bhuttos remarks about OBL being murdered

In early November David Frost talked to Benazir Bhutto about the risks she faced in an Al-Jazeera broadcast. What’s interesting however is that at 06:10 into the videoclip Bhutto says Osama bin Laden had been “murdered”, a comment that Frost doesn't respond to or follow-up

You can watch the Al Jazeera clip here

However, what’s really interesting is the way the BBC very subtly censored the same interview. For when the interview was carried by the BBC on its web site Bhutto’s remarks that Osama was murdered were edited out. The coverup occurs at 5:04, when the images switches back momentarily to Frost.

Here is the BBC's Censored version

Now you know why the BBC is often referred to as the British Bull$x!! Corporation. They deliberately distort the news and its fair to ask to whose benefit: the warmongers in Whitehall and Washington or the arms manufactures?

Whoever the beneficiary it’s not television licence holders who pay a substantial annual fee, most of which goes to fund the BBC.


When a news organization as venerable as the BBC censors the reportage of a story as important as the assassination of Benazir Bhutto - a highly visible critic of US/British policy with regard to the "War on Terrorism" et al - it is fair to ask: who is the BBC protecting? Are they covering up the motive for her murder? Are they protecting the regimes that engineered her assassination?

Bhutto herself has exposed the fraudulent nature of the "war on terrorism". If Bin Laden is dead, as has been reported, then the various tapes that he is alleged to have made are all phony. The war on terrorism itself is a callous, calculated fraud perpetrated by the murderous elite. That's why Bhutto was murdered. She was the woman who knew too much.

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