Jonathan Head of BBC does disingenuous hit piece on Thai conflict. Exposing the BBC's lies - point by point.
December 17, 2013
When the BBC isn't taking cash to fix the news, as exposed by the Independent, or deceiving viewers with fake footage posted in documentaries, or posting pictures from atrocities committed by the West in Iraq on news articles for Syria, it is meddling in every other corner of the world, manipulating public perception for the benefit of the corporate-financier interests it gladly shares the Chatham House's corporate membership with.
In the case of Thailand, the collective interests represented by extralegal legislative organizations like Chatham House,are firmly behind the current regime headed by defacto dictator, billionaire Thaksin Shinawatra. In fact, along side the BBC upon the Chatham House corporate membership, sits Amsterdam & Partners - the lobbying firm of Robert Amsterdam who concurrently represents both Thaksin Shinawatra and his "red shirt" street mobs.