Sunday, 8 May 2016

The BBC Euphemism Handbook

Here is a brief guide compiled by Blog regulars which lists and explains some of the trickery and psychological deceit used by the BBC to mislead and misinform our people. 

Chapter 1 - British Men

Use "British Men" when discussing Blacks, Asians, Muslims, or any other non-British and/or non-White males who perpetrate crime.

Chapter 2 - British Women

Use "British Women" when discussing Blacks, Asians, Muslims, or 
any other non-British and/or non-White females who perpetrate crime.

Chapter 3 - Community

Use "Community" to describe any disparate group of people, especially freaks, to create the impression of harmony.

Chapter 4 - Europe

Use ''Europe'' to describe a Globalist Empire imposed on the European people without democratic mandate instead of the more political and ideological sounding ''European Union''.

Chapter 5 - British (insert ethnic group)

Use "British (insert ethnic group)" to describe any non-White immigrant group or groups who share no cultural heritage with White British people. Do not use the term to describe White people who do share a cultural heritage (ie "Australians", not "British Australians") and do not use the term for White EU migrants (ie "Poles", not "British Poles").

Chapter 6 - Interfaith Meeting

Use "Interfaith Meeting" to describe the meeting of any non-White, non-Christian religious leaders who are 1) engaged in active street wars against each other or, 2) plotting against any White and/or Christian groups.

Chapter 7 - Accused

Use "Accused", meaning "Guilty of", to cast a negative moral judgement on any White British person who has transgressed acceptable thought / speech.

Chapter 8 - Tolerance

Use "Tolerance" to excuse and/or justify any attack on White British culture, especially White Christian male culture.

Chapter 9- Community Cohesion

Use "Community Cohesion" in two contexts, negative & positive. Describe majority White villages, towns, & cities with a small percentage of ethnic diversity as having "poor community cohesion". Describe villages, towns, and cities with a small percentage of White people, escalating crime, ethnic and religious conflict, and somewhere the police won't go as having "good community cohesion".

Chapter 10- Seeking a Better Life

Use the term ''Seeking a Better Life'' in news reports on migration to instantly put the White family horrified at more Muslim crazies moving into their area on the moral defensive.

Chapter 11 - Controversial

Used to describe opinions that are not "on message". It need never be specified who has found the subject controversial, in fact, the more mysterious the better the sheeple control.

Never to be used for topics such as homo marriage, adoption or surrogacy; they need no explanation as to why they are "good things".

Chapter 12 - Engineers, Doctors, & Lawyers

Use "Engineers, Doctors, & Lawyers" to describe low skilled third world migrants, especially those attempting to force their way into Europe and/or the UK to access welfare benefits.

Chapter 13 - Extremists

Use ‘extremists’ to describe anyone with political opinions further right than the Tory party, or for imported Muslims who literally follow what their holy book tells them to do.

Chapter 14- Fearmongering

Use ‘fearmongering’ to describe political arguments that state, or come close to stating, the truth about mass immigration or Islam. Especially effective if used immediately after an immigrant crime epidemic or terrorist attack in reference to the ‘right-wing media’ or ‘populists'.

Chapter 15-UK

Use the bland and inoffensive term ''UK'' when describing the country, try not to use Britain or England with their nationalist connotations and tropes, under no circumstances should you ever use ''Great Britain'' without sarcasm or irony.

Chapter 16-Fascinating

Use the term ''fascinating'' or ''interesting'' when wrapping up a segment which could startle the White British audience. Reporting that Islam is the fastest growing religion or that a given city is now minority White should be concluded by giving the White audience the sense that these are naturally occurring phenomenon not to be worried about

Chapter 17-Populist

Use ''populist'' when describing a political party or individual who is achieving success without paying sufficient lip service to Liberal Left mores. The impression given should be that these people are cynically pandering to low intelligence voters and thus anyone who supports them is a dummy.

Chapter 18-Colonialism

Use the term ''Colonial Britain'' rather than ''British Empire'' with its connotations of oppression, supremacy and nationalism. The term ''colonial'' offers a more progressive view of the UK's shameful past.

Chapter 19-So-called Islamic State

Use of the term ''So-called Islamic State'' allows us to sidestep the tricky issue of an Islamic terror movement actually having the word ''Islam'' in its title which Muslims might find offensive and Islamophobes useful to push their hateful agenda. We acknowledge that there is an Islamic terror group which calls itself "Islamic" and uses the Koran as its inspiration, but we must report on this sensitive issue without confirming that the so-called Islamic state is actually Islamic.

Chaper 20-Sensitive Issues

Use ''Sensitive Issues'' when reporting on subjects progressives find uncomfortable, an example might be Pakistani rape gangs. We use ''Sensitive Issue" to warn the audience that they're not sufficiently informed on the topic and should tread very carefully and better still, leave well alone.

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