Anti-British BBC at it

THEY’RE at it again, aren’t they? Once again the BBC’s anti-British ‘aunties’ have attempted to undermine and basically insult our heroes of yesteryear.

Their coverage and biased reporting of the Dresden bombing anniversary was not only a disgrace, but had they adopted this stance at the time of the event, would probably have resulted in them all being hanged as traitors. With hardly a word about the brave air crews who lost their lives during this and many other dangerous missions, they paraded a biased bunch of ‘survivors’ who made our brave airmen sound like IS in the sky.

One after another these ‘eye witnesses’ reeled off a succession of horrific tales of the death and destruction that rained down from the allies onto the ‘innocent’ citizens of the German city of Dresden. With suitably pained, sympathetic expressions, the news vendors of this so-called British institution delivered what can only be described as a damning indictment of the allied forces involved in these operations.

Typical. You know what their main problem is? Ninety per cent of these newscasters are too young. Too young to remember the thousands of Britons who were also wiped out by the relentless onslaught of the German luftwaffe. Too young to have been among the citizens of our great cities, who crowded into tube stations and cellars as the indiscrimi-nate bombing of the enemy flattened their homes and institutions. Too young to remember the blood and gore as our own innocent men and women ‘exploded’ in the streets.

This terribly misplaced sympathy for the enemy is a most dangerous path to traverse. It is the attitude that loses wars and brings disaster and defeat to those who are weak enough to practise it. Thank God Churchill never had this type of pacifist attitude. We were coming to the end of a horrific war – for the second time! Millions of military personnel and civilians throughout Europe had been lost to the animals of the German Nazi party. Despite protestations of innocence, I have no doubt that the citizens of Dresden and Berlin took to the streets in triumph and celebration at every victory Hitler and his psychopaths announced. Horrific and wrong as it may have been, it was war. A war that through the sacrifice of millions the allies had won.

The people of the allied forces needed to teach these people a lesson, they wanted revenge. And why not? Their bravery in the face of often overwhelming odds must never be forgotten and never ever undermined, particularly by a bunch of BBC pillocks who, when the time comes – as surely it will – will probably hand us all over to IS on a pacifist plate. Well, we wouldn’t want to ‘offend’ anyone, would we?

Keep the faith
Love Leapy   [email protected]

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    • R. Peters

      20 February 2015 • 00:32

      Well said Leapy! Considering what the Nazi’s did throughout Europe the bombing of Dresden was small payback. Those that decry this act should remember that the people of Germany were 100% behind Hitler and his thugs and celebrated every Nazi victory.
      It was time they got some of their own medicine and they did. Anyone who belittles the brave acts of our airmen in the war should be publicly whipped, for they are a disgrace to the nation.
      As for the BBC, its time it had new management!

    • Rauno Hakanen

      19 February 2015 • 10:59

      “The people of the allied forces needed to teach these people a lesson, they wanted revenge. And why not? “

      That says it all.

      But maybe you “Leapy Lee” should read this as well: Churhill´s memo of March 28: “It seems to me that the moment has come when the question of bombing of German cities simply for the sake of increasing the terror, though under other pretexts, should be reviewed. Otherwise we shall come into control of an utterly ruined land… The destruction of Dresden remains a serious query against the conduct of Allied bombing. I am of the opinion that military objectives must henceforward be more strictly studied in our own interests than that of the enemy.
      The Foreign Secretary has spoken to me on this subject, and I feel the need for more precise concentration upon military objectives such as oil and communications behind the immediate battle-zone, rather than on mere acts of terror and wanton destruction, however impressive.”

    • Jonathan mellor

      20 February 2015 • 02:39

      Coventry!! London inferno, Birmingham distruction, manchester and Liverpool damage, war is terrible, why would a nation want to exterminate Jews, gypsies, and non perfect of there own people.
      There are always things that after the fact can be seen as wrong, but we were not there living through it, I did not pay anything with a close ones life, let’s not judge those who did everything to stop a nazi regime who wanted to rule us all!

    • Les Arnott

      20 February 2015 • 08:46

      Hi, Leapy.
      I have stood as a candidate many times for UKIP. There is no other way forward. Could you give them a lot of support in your writing over the next few months, please? You do sound very in line with our policies and thinking.

      Les Arnott, Torrevieja & Sheffield.

    • Jim

      20 February 2015 • 08:48

      Dear Leapy

      You and I have spent time in the middle east and have experience of Islam but most of English people have little idea of their ways.
      I suggest that you could tell them, perhaps based on some of these thoughts.

      TV stations & newspapers would mainly be closed down leaving only a few to spread the islamic beliefs. No `Corrie´!!

      Bus & train services would be men only as women can only travel with their husbands/fathers.

      Museums would be stripped of paintings, sculptures etc depicting people or religion.

      Theatres, cinemas, clubs, bars -anywhere of enjoyment- would be closed.

      Car sales would plummet as women can´t drive.

      Womens´coloured clothes would go and be exchanged for black cover-ups.

      Churches would be closed and stripped of icons.

      Huge unemployment as women can only work in hospitals and islamic schools.

      I look forward to your writings and the replies that it generates.


    • Peter Elliott

      20 February 2015 • 08:50

      Hola Leapy

      Just thought I’d drop a few lines of appreciation of your column in the EWN. It is a breath of fresh air compared to the British press. The latest one I have read was “Sick of discussing pros and cons”.
      I don’t always agree with your opinion, for example accepting that the IRA had any point that was worth promoting by the indiscriminate planting of bombs.

      That aside, it strikes me that if you had written this article in UK and could find a publication with guts enough to print it, you would probably have had the PC Police round to your house with some trumped up charge supported by oppressive liberal laws, (Not a contradiction if you live in the UK), that prevent the vast majority of British people saying in public what you have written.

      It is indeed refreshing to be able to read such a column that allows the biggest enemy of politicians, “the truth” to be put into print for us mere mortals to read.

      Also thanks to EWN for having such a column.

      One more point, that as a journalist you may be able shed some light on. That is the TV and Radio pronunciation of the words Islam, Islamic and Islamist(s). These words are now pronounced by substituting the letters Is with Zz and am with U which make them sound like Zzlum, Zzlumic and Zzlumist(s). The biggest culprit for trying to dumb down the correct pronunciation is the BBC’s Fiona Bruce, followed by quite a few other newscasters and reporters when reporting on the negative occurrences involving Islam or Islamists. If positive reports are being made they more often that not revert back to the original pronunciation that the less educated among us tend to use.

      Any idea what the purpose of this deliberate miss-pronunciation of these words is?

      Keep writing so I can keep reading

      Todo lo mejor

      Peter Elliott


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