@AlexPanchenko2 Yes, BBC is totally pro-Kremlin. Their reports are biased and avoid mentioning #Russia's leading role in the war on Ukraine.
— Wild Dill, 乌克兰 (@WildMcDill) February 13, 2015
@BBC - Thanks always for your biased news as regards #Ukraine
— Caroline McCrea (@goladygo45) February 7, 2015
Here's the deal. The BBC is biased on just about everything (climate change, Ukraine, Syria, etc) b/c they support official narratives.
— Scotbot (@scotbot) February 25, 2015
Recently even Kasparov complained:
Was on BBC & they also invited Putin's spokesman Peskov. Why invite propagandists to spread more lies? Why treat them like normal people?
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) March 1, 2015
Another tweep explains:
@Kasparov63 @DajeyPetros The BBC has policy of interviewing the raped and the rapist. Fair. Balanced. Lazy.
— expatua.com (@expatua) March 1, 2015
Yet... lately it seems the BBC is taking a different stance on the (Russian instigated) conflict in Ukraine.
The most recent report even has the title "How Russian TV misleads viewers about Ukraine" and that even makes people wonder:
Is this really #BBC? "How #Russia|n TV misleads viewers about #Ukraine" Thank you, Stephen Ennis.#RussianMedia http://t.co/8cf6EniSem
— Oksana Pooley (@Oksana_Pooley) April 22, 2015
Just two weeks ago there was this report about a fake 10-year-old-child-was-killed-story:
Fascinating BBC report: attempting to confirm a Russian claim of child killed by shelling in Donetsk http://t.co/a1Gw8ld1XQ
— Michael C Moynihan (@mcmoynihan) April 9, 2015
These stories are unheard of in the BBC reporting so far.
On february 16th this year Russian( proxie)s tried to kill a BBC-crew that was filming at Donetsk Airport with mortar shells:
Maybe that event opened their eyes on what is going on?