BBC flew Labour's Peter Hain Business Class for Mandela death Question Time edition
Why on earth did the the BBC spend thousands hiring a studio and sending Dimbleby, eight staff out to film Question Time in SOUTH AFRICA? Special guest: Labour MP panellist Pater Hain was flown to South Africa for the show, and part of his journey was in business class The BBC spent thousands sending eight staff to South Africa for a special ... (more)
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#1 Dec 13, 2013
What an absolute left-wing joke that program was.
Complete racism shown towards white people, with no redress from anyone.
In fact it was difficult seeing a white person in the audience.
I could hardly watch this travesty of television let alone understand what was being discussed.
If it had been white panelists showing the same view points the complaints would never have stopped coming.
Apartheid may have been dismantled but racism is alive and kicking in SA and apparently doing very well in favour of the black community.
This incite into modern SA shows that Mandela has achieved nothing and the ANC are quickly making SA another failed African nation to go along with all the others in Africa.
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