Wednesday, 25 November 2015

School Report for the BBC, 1 day after Turkey shot down 2 Russian Warplanes

Not a bad report BBC, of particular note is the referencing of Putin's profound concern for Turkey >

"The problem is not the tragedy we witnessed yesterday. The problem is much deeper. We observe... that the current Turkish leadership over a significant number of years has been pursuing a deliberate policy of supporting the Islamicisation of their country," Russian President Vladimir Putin on Turkey.

 You get a bit silly BBC in the middle when you spread gossip >

"Turkish media have shared an audio recording of what purports to be one of the warnings, with a Turkish radar station telling the jet it is approaching Turkish airspace and that it should change course.
The recording has not been confirmed as genuine by Turkish authorities"

You didn't mention the 2244 times Turkey validated Greek airspace in 2014 alone, which would of not only shown evidence of basic research skills but also avoided undefendable accusations towards you of  being biased.

Well done BBC for confirming that Turkey supports the (moderate) rebels.

You know, the ones who cut off the heads from people of every age group and religion, ethnically cleansing Syria and Iraq etc of all religions and communities in order to maximise financial gain for global oil and weapons industries.

Shame you didn't explain this to your readers BBC, instead of avoiding the issue like you did below

"We should be honest here. Supporting someone who is practising state terror... if you confirm, if you approve violence or oppression you are [an] oppressor," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an apparent reference to Russia's support for Syria's President Assad.

3/10 ***^^^^^^^ Well done

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