Which, naturally explains the BBC's flagrant pro-war bias, despite it's public service reputation. For example shortly before the war began:
BBC bosses also instructed staff to censor the anti-war movement. BBC news boss Richard Sambrook sent an e-mail telling staff to keep anti-war "extremists" off the airwaves, however representative their views are.
Take this typicall condecending article about last Saturday's demo.
The point of demonstrations being to demonstrate the breadth of public opinion. The BBC downplays the size of the demo, in another piece it claimed there were only 15,000 people when in reality there were about that many placards handed out and only about 5-10% had a placard. The purpose is to deliberately supress public anti-war consciousness.