Wednesday, 8 February 2012

No value judgements

It is an indication as to how far the West has come in its culturally suicidal refusal to make value judgements that the BBC, once renowned throughout the world for the integrity and excellence of its broadcasting, is reluctant to call the Jordanian islamist terrorist Abu Qatada an "extremist." See here
Instead, he is being described, as I post this, as "radical" and even "controversial."
It is presumably the same reluctance which led a BBC news report earlier this week to categorise the bloodstained authoritarians who currently rule (the Islamic Republic of) Iran, "conservatives." You know, like Harold Macmillan and R.A. Butler....

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