Naga Munchetty: Not the only one to put the BBC in jeopardy
Naga Munchetty is part of a culture that has taken over the BBC, of presenters and journalists that believe that they can use the BBC to promote their own political agendas.
Personally, I don't believe that people should be forced to pay the TV License to subsidize a propaganda machine.
The role of the BBC is to ask questions, to investigate and to present facts for its audience to form their own judgment about what is happening around the world. The BBC role is not to make political. statements.
Individuals like Kay Burley can get away with making political statements and showing extraordinary bias because she works for a private broadcaster. Whether shareholders of Sky News think that it is good idea to allow Kay Burley to behave the way she behaves destroying Sky News reputation in terms of impartiality is another matter. Channel Four, another public broadcaster, is not far behind in terms of bias and lack of impartiatlity. On this day and age when 75% of the population no longer trusts Parliament, the mass media have little credibility left. We must add now the Judiciary that is seen as party political.
We are confronting a crisis of widespread lack of trust. Drastic action must now be taken to try to rescue British institutions and the credibility of mass media. Parliamentarians complain about rising anger that is leading to violence against MPs. Well, Sky News share huge responsibility for the creation of political instability. Constant demonising of political personalities and political organisations has formented political instability. Kay Burley has an issue with Nigel. Farage and she is not only outspoken on Sky News and other programmes but also on social media. Reporting is not just reporting. It has become poisonous, biased and potentially dangerous reporting because it fuel.tensions. She couldn't hide her delight and celebratory mood witnessing what she thought was the misfortunes of the British Prime Minister and of the Conservative Party.