Sunday, July 8

Roger Hayes: BBC doesn't consider British political prisoner a national interest issue

This is the e-mail answer I got from BBC (click the image to enlarge):

"... Factors such as whether it is news that has just come in and needs immediate coverage, how unusual the story is and how much national interest there is in the subject matter will all play a part in deciding the level of coverage and where it falls within a bulletin. Essentially this is a judgement call rather than an exact science but BBC News does appreciate the feedback when viewers and listeners feel we may have overlooked or neglected a story. ..."

I'm amazed. Roger Hayes was arrested, tried on a secret court and imprisoned as explained at this post.
BBC and all the mainstream media wants to cover up Roger Hayes imprisonment because this is what he stands for:

"As Chairman of the British Constitution Group, Roger Hayes has been an outspoken public speaker warning the British public that their rights and freedoms under Common Law and the Constitution are being stripped away and replaced by a dictatorship of secret courts operating under Administrative and Statute Law.

There is no doubt that his success in alerting ever more people to the dangers of the British / EU dictatorship being built by a criminal element now masquerading as British politicians, has caused the State to imprison Roger. His challenge to the fraudulent banking system, as evidenced by the criminal acts of Barclays bank and todays resignation by arch Bilderberger and BBC advisor Marcus Agius, will also have made Roger enemies within Britain's wide criminal banking cabal." (whole story here)

UK is being under a dictatorship very similar to US and the corporate media is doing the job they do in times like that: cover it all up. BBC didn't neglect the story: it didn't publish because Roger hayes is a political prisoner and events like his do not receive coverage of the media during dictatorship. Everything is censured. An act of lawful rebellion is not part of the interest of those who are in power being the mainstream media a part of them.

Roger Hayes is Chairman of The British Constitution Group

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