Since 1922, the BBC has been providing not only Britain, but the entire world with the most professional coverage of world affairs of any media outlet, staffing its ranks with most educated and illustrious journalists money can buy. Funded by TV license fees, the BBC is free from the shackles of corporate advertising, allowing them to remain objective and unbiased, unlike less accredited news outlets such as Fox News.
In addition to their news coverage, the BBC also features many groundbreaking documentaries, such as investigations into the paranoid beliefs of 9/11 conspiracy theorists, on-the-ground coverage of the humanitarian work carried out by the white helmets and exposés of the rampant racism within fringe political parties such as UKIP.
Thanks to its public funding, the BBC also provides a voice to social justice warriors and feminists, who otherwise wouldn’t receive a spot on TV, due to the lack of demand for what they offer. The following clip demonstrates the kind of sophistication aired by the BBC, which rarely sees the light of day on less cultured, American news outlets:
The BBC’s non-reliance on market demand also allows it to air wonderful period dramas about how the working class proletariat overcame exploitation by greedy capitalists by creating labor unions and laws protecting workers’ rights, and about how badly men used to treat women under the patriarchy. Progressive dramas such as these not only promote important social justice narratives, but also make viewers feel smart and superior while doing so.
In addition to providing unbiased worldwide news coverage, fascinating documentaries and award-winning TV series, the BBC has also provided shelter for one of the most oppressed victim groups in the world today: minor attracted persons. We now know that for years, the BBC provided cover for minor attracted individuals like Ralph Harris and Jimmy Savile, allowing them to have TV shows involving children that they were attracted to. This is still a sensitive topic for many, so we apologize for any hurt feelings, but progressives are working hard to normalize this perfectly innocent sexual orientation, and the Accredited Times is doing its part, along with the BBC.
Although most normal people are enthralled by the BBC’s stylish and sophisticated coverage of current affairs and groundbreaking objective journalism, a growing number of discontent alt righters have been advocating the abolishment of the TV license in Britain and the dissolvement of the BBC. It’s sad that even when a publicly funded organization such as the BBC proves its worth beyond any shadow of a doubt, somehow capitalism always rears its ugly head and demands that they seek voluntary funding in the market. We need to show our support for the world’s most accredited media outlet, and make sure that no matter what happens, the world continues to receive the world-class accredited journalism and entertainment from the BBC, that they so sorely deserve.