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BBC flouts its charter over Griffin

griffin questin timeIt’s nice to know that the BNP hold OBV responsible for the besieged state of their administrative affairs and bringing the spotlight onto on their unlawful constitution. Nick Griffin name checks OBV in the Times one week and on Channel 4. The ego swells…

By Ashok Viswanathan

However, despite their recent travails and whether or not the BNP have the plug pulled on them on Question Time the last few days will be seen as a major publicity coup for this racist party.

They have appeared everywhere. It is because of this that OBV have always believed that the BBC’s BNP policy shouldn’t be one of containment, but an outright ban on the basis that the BNP’s policies contravene the spirit of the Race Relations Act and that the BBC Royal Charter commits to promote good race relations.

If you with OBV believe that the BNP should gain no air time on the BBC please visit www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/homepage/ and register your displeasure.

Also there are some events happening over the next few days to highlight the dangers of BNP airtime and also their threat at the ballot box visit the UAF website and www.lovemusichateracism.com/ for further details.

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One Response

  1. I just hope some form of truth comes out tonight on Question Time. I don’t have a problem with Nick Griffin being one of the panelist. What I don’t like is the Government playing silly games with peoples lives by hiding behind the Bnp. New Labour are the real racists. They have been in government since 1997 and racism has been on the rise since. New Labour has continually prodded the RRA 1976 and scrapped the Commission for Racial Equality and replaced it with the toothless Equality and Human Rights Commission. Trevor Phillips has – in his role as leader of the commission – continually read from the government’s script and talked down on Black people. Why blame the Bnp for all that? I just hope the right questions are asked tonight and Jack Straw tripps up. I tried attending the programme, but, my application on the BBC’s website was not successful. If I had had the opportunity to go on this programme, I would have hit the panel with a question that would have embarrassed Jack Straw.

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