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A quick glance at the current BBC news headlines:

1. “Royal baby brings world celebrations”.

2. “Beyonce gets hair caught in fan”.

3. “Wales welcomes ‘joyous’ royal birth”

For your convenience, allow me to translate these into the ideological messages that they’re supposed to convey:

1. Nobody cares about slavery, colonialism, neocolonialism, enforced famines, white supremacy. The empire was a good thing. The world loves us.

2. We’re arming terrorists to destroy Syria, but who gives a fuck about that when we can talk about Beyonce’s hair?

3. Yay, the Welsh still love us too. Long live Great Britain. Long live the United Kingdom. One Nation (TM).

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selchieproductions:

British children’s shows are somewhat … Odd.

Teeny tiny Tommy said on BBC programme this morning that he didn't make a joke about killer Anders Breivik. This link proves he lied.

(Source: exposingon)

BBC's Jeremy Clarkson mocks India in his show Top Gear

Headline: Jeremy Clarkson goes to India, acts like Jeremy Clarkson.

I wish I could say I was surprised, I can’t wait for the day he gets driven off the road dies in a ditch. 

(Source: fuckyeahsouthasia)

Unable To Find 12 Women Of The Year, BBC Crowns Panda Instead

seriouslyamerica:

In a move that is sure to go down in adorable bear history, the BBC has named a female panda named Sweetie one of its female Faces of the Year. 2011 was either lacking severely in girlchievements or a banner year for lady pandas. So what was Sweetie’s glorious achievement that elevated her, a bear, over that of all female humans who did stuff?

She got off of an airplane in Scotland, to great fanfare. That’s it. Hooray for Sweetie the panda, woman face of the year.

Seriously, FUCK THIS.

(Source: msandrogynous)

fascinasians:

I don’t know if I want to cry or laugh.
BBC has a website to teach kids primary languages, such as French, Spanish, and Chinese. Of course, they all need costumes to show off their culture, right? While the French-teaching kid wears a beret and the Spanish-teaching one wears a sombrero…..
A BOWL OF RICE?
NOT EVEN A RICE HAT.
A BOWL.
OF.
RICE.
You can check it out for yourself at http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primarylanguages/

Well… That’s just dandy.

fascinasians:

I don’t know if I want to cry or laugh.

BBC has a website to teach kids primary languages, such as French, Spanish, and Chinese. Of course, they all need costumes to show off their culture, right? While the French-teaching kid wears a beret and the Spanish-teaching one wears a sombrero…..

A BOWL OF RICE?

NOT EVEN A RICE HAT.

A BOWL.

OF.

RICE.

You can check it out for yourself at http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primarylanguages/

Well… That’s just dandy.

(Source: fascinasians)