We all know that the mainstream media being part of the propaganda mouthpiece of the Tory establishment, has been packing audiences with Tories for televised election debates & leaders Q&As in attempt to smear Jeremy Corbyn & Labour, but if there’s one party who throughout this election campaign have had a rawer deal then Labour due to the institutional Tory bias of the mainstream media then it’s the Green Party.
Neither Caroline Lucas nor Jonathan Bartley who are both currently co-leaders if the Green Party were interviewed by Andrew Neil in his BBC series of interviews with leaders of the major political parties & yet Neil interviewed Pal Nuttall despite the fact that UKIP have less parliamentary representation then the Green Party.
Yes Caroline Lucas has participated in two TV election debates where leaders from all the major parties were invited to participate & which Theresa May failed to turn to because she’s a frigging coward, though I think Caroline Lucas did make a positive impact in those TV election debates, it’s last night’s BBC Election Questions program where Jonathan Bartley represented the Green Party which has completely fucked me off.
Last night’s BBC Election Questions program was a Q&A set up with Jonathan Bartley & then Paul Nuttall, but it was pretty evident from the off who the majority of the audience were supporting with Islamophobic generalisations about how over a quarter of the Muslim community supports Islamist terrorism & inaccuracies that Muslims will be the majority ethnic group in this country in a few years despite the fact that Muslims currently only count for 3% of the population, yeah this audience was decidedly UKIP & racist, but hey this is the BBC so what the fuck would you expect if the BBC are going to be biased against Labour then they’ll certainly going to be biased against the Green Party.
Yes of course it’s obvious the Greens aren’t going to be forming the next government post the election on Thursday, but hey neither will UKIP be doing so. Post Thursday, it’s likely the Greens will have won another parliamentary seat (sadly at the expense of Labour in Bristol West), as well as Caroline Lucas hanging onto her seat in Brighton, true to say there’s a chance UKIP could win South Thanet due the shenanigans of the Tories with election expenses in that constituency, but the likelihood the Greens will still have increased their parliamentary representation & it will be greater then UKIP’s, if this is the outcome then I doubt the BBC will adapt its coverage between the two parties to reflect it & the BBC will still be biased positively towards UKIP.
I’ve said it before & I’ll say it again now, even if UKIP got fuck all votes, I’d still expect Suzanne Evans with all her insufferable smugness or Nigel Farage with his reactionary bluster of intolerance, being continuously invited on BBC political talk shows.