South African cardinal: BBC ‘propaganda’ harms society
August 23, 2017
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is undermining Christian morality with a consistent propaganda campaign, charges Cardinal Wilfrid Napier of Durban, South Africa.
“Hardly a day passes without promoting abortion, homosexuality, etc.,” the cardinal said of BBC in a Twitter comment. He charged that BBC programming is designed to persuade viewers that “evil is good.”
Cardinal Napier responded quickly to a comment that he was not required to pay for BBC service. “But I do have to pay!” he tweeted. “Each time the propaganda is repeated I know more people are corrupted, myself included.”
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Aug. 24, 2017 1:27 PM ET USA
I stand with Cardinal Napier of South Africa. Why not join and or start a 54 Day Novena for conversion of those governments/people who want to force immorality on other countries.
Posted by: ElizabethD -
Aug. 23, 2017 12:45 PM ET USA
This is so true. In order to limit my media consumption, BBC website is my only secular news source and it is continuously obvious they have a propaganda agenda of the sort that Cardinal Napier says.