Sunday, 11 April 2010

And The Lib/Lab/Con Don't Control Debate?

For some time I have argued that the Lib/Lab/Con have the MSM in their pocket, in that any view outside those of their 'cabal' are stifled and excluded.

"....there will be no BNP supporters in the audience for Thursday's debate. Members of UKIP and the Green Party will also be excluded. The main parties have stitched up a deal which means Labour and the Tories will both have equal numbers of supporters in the studio audience and the Lib Dems slightly less." and "This is a debate between the major parties, not everyone."They were all keen to ensure no-one else has a platform."

In a democracy is not open debate amongst parties a basic requirement? What are Cameron, Brown and Clegg so afraid of that they do not wish to engage with any other party in open debate? The statement by a source for the organisers that Cameron, Brown and Clegg were all keen to ensure no-one else has a platform is damning of those three men.

I was going to use the word 'gentlemen', however that would lay me open to misuse of the English Language!


John Cook said...

A commiserator from Sturt Farm, Burford, equally disenchanted. You can find me at Let's meet for tea

Witterings From Witney said...

By all means John, email me through my blog - link on right hand side.