Should Christians Kill Mark Thompson?


Mark Thompson, the head of the BBC, admitted in a public interview that his fear of Muslim retaliation causes him to treat Muslim stories with far more sensitivity than Christian stories.

In his most telling comment, Thompson said: "Without question, 'I complain in the strongest possible terms,' is different from, 'I complain in the strongest possible terms and I am loading my AK47 as I write.' This definitely raises the stakes."

He says he knows his fear creates censorship.

We applaud Thompson for his honesty. But his censorship creates more problems than it solves. A recent Spectator article goes into detail about some of the problems this kind of censorship can cause. Read the article here (and then share it with your friends, especially those friends who are fans of the BBC).

Watch Thompson's half-hour interview here.


Magnus Nielsen 3:06 AM  

This is part of the problem we face in Britain, the lack of moral courage of our poltical elite. Muslims are not 'the problem' in our country so much as those in positions of civic responsibility.
Mark Thompson is one of the most highly paid men in the country earning an annual salary of almost one million pounds. Compare that with the pay of the average British solider in Afghanistan.


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