10 thoughts on “The BBC proxy war on the SNP using NHS Scotland

  1. Indy Chas May 22, 2019 / 6:52 am

    Excellent piece John, thanks for all the work you do to provide balance.

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  2. tcrosbie20 May 22, 2019 / 7:18 am

    As a regular reader of your blog Prof, your a godsend Mr Robertson, otherwise we’d live in a country of unchallenged anti independence bias, we’d be drowning in utter unionist drivel and lies. Brilliant John keep up the good work. Thank you.

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    • David May 23, 2019 / 8:11 am

      John, this is excellent work. You are shining a light on the corrupt BBC Scotland.
      Thanks for all your effort!

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  3. Marlene May 22, 2019 / 11:17 am

    That’s fantastic , John. Are you OK with this being shared on Facebook? And can I put it up on Pensioners 4 Indy website? NHS scare stories probably more on older voters. It was one of the main areas of reservation about voting Yes in 2014 for over 60 age group..

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  4. Alex Wright May 24, 2019 / 5:52 am

    Sterling work Prof. Unfortunately, I suspect it will not change the message emanating from Pacific Quay [ including STV as well as the BBC ].
    I remember, after the unfortunate death of David Kelly and the resultant public inquiry, a group of eminently qualified medical professionals jointly signed a statement, casting doubt on the suicide verdict. This had an effect on the public perception of this sordid affair, although the official version remains unchanged.
    Could this strategy be applied in conjunction with your work? Initiated, completely free of Scottish Government input?
    I feel that the intervention of medical people, with sufficient clout, who must be frustrated at the misrepresentation of their best efforts, would have a significant effect on this proxy war.
    As their staffs morale is being continually eroded, the question is, are there enough enraged consultants out there?
    Please keep up the good fight John, we need you.

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