Because it is overwelmingly biased against developing countries like India.
Because it produces content which is not only racist but also fake ( Kasmir related coverage ).
Because its coverage of Brexit is biased.
Because it criticised India’s Mars Orbiter Mission ignoring the fact that UK’s Mars Mission failed miserably.
Because its coverage of Israel-Palestine conflict is one-sided, partial and biased.
Because it produces propogandistic documentries to defame India, Pakistan and other emerging countries.
When a crime happens in India, BBC is the first to report it. When a good thing happens, like Mars Orbiter Mission, BBC is the first to criticize it.
A few good things BBC shows about India are either produced by Indians working in the BBC or by sideline organisations like BBC Travels. The mainstream BBC News is overwelmingly, extremely biased. And this bias spreads to other developing countries as well.
I will argue that this bias of BBC News is created from personal racism and partiality of many individual reporters and journalists working there.
As far as the coverage of emerging economies is concerned, BBC is rightly called as the “Bullshit Brodcasting Corporation”.
You just have to consume BBC’s coverage of certain topics for a while. You’ll know what I’m talking about. For instance, just read articles about Mangalyaan, aka Mars Mission, they write in the end of every article how India shouldn’t spend on space, displaying nothing but blatant racism. They also wrote about how come the mission is so cheap, arguing that it is because of cheap labour and other factors, while deliberately ignoring the innovation used in Mangalyaan. They tried their best to underpraise the achievement and deflect reader’s mind to something else.
by Robin Rutherford