Watching BBC3’s Britain’s Biggest Sexists? tonight it’s clear this tax-payer funded propaganda machine has hatred written into its DNA. There is one thing it hates above all others: The white, British male. And if said WBM votes UKIP (or Tory) then they really don’t deserve to call planet earth their home, right BBC?
That Britain’s Biggest Sexists? was always going to be crude, biased and disingenuous was abundantly clear to anyone with even the faintest shred of intelligence. Is Britain Racist? asked the same channel a few weeks ago. And yep you guessed it, the good old WBM was once again exposed as a species that ranks in the hierarchy of evolution somewhere between a cockroach and plankton.
All so very predictable.
Like a bull with a severe case of ADHT in a china shop, presenter Leah Green ran riot in London’s Parliament Square, where some poor unfortunate men almost choked on their chicken tikka wraps as Green rudely interrupted their lunch breaks.
One poor guy’s patience finally snapped. “Piss off,” he said with admirable restraint. Up to this point Green had been attempting to provoke random males with an embarrassing, juvenile and not to mention aggressive display of sarcasm as they rested or passed her by. And all in the name of the BBC…
But just who exactly was going to decide who would get this ridiculous accolade of 'Britain's Biggest Sexist'? Why, a quartet of leftie, sycophantic, alleged comedians all happily ensconced on the BBC payroll, that’s who. We knew they were comedians, because, very usefully, the programme told us as much. Thanks for clearing that one up.
And to be fair to this quartet, they didn’t disappoint their paymasters. They judged the never-ending incidents of white, British, male sexism with scorn that was as acerbic as it was ironic. The three female and one male (Asian) comedian, anxious to please their BBC paymasters and thereby consolidate their places on the BBC feeding trough, played their roles to perfection. BBC gold awaits all four.
They slashed through prejudice and bigotry with wit and wisdom. Nish kumar in particular was on fire. He simply couldn’t wait to express his disdain at the shameful examples of sexism put his way. He ripped into the packaging on children’s toys with humour that was as devastating as it was cutting.
Finally our judges had whittled down a short list of sexists: students, pick-up artists, company bosses and er…Andy Grey and Richard Keys who had, several years ago, committed the mortal sin of making a (private) joke about female ignorance of the offside rule.
Poor Grey. In a world where - according to Green - women are allegedly little more than second class citizens and are routinely abused, groped, raped (physically and mentally), battered, bruised, tortured, tyrannised, degraded, demonised, slashed, bashed and mashed, Mr Grey’s remark seems to be small beer in comparison.
Christ, the poor man lost his job! One would have thought the vultures had had their pound of flesh by now. But no. According to Nish Kumar, Grey and Keys are nothing more than a couple of ‘disgusting turds’. Right on man. How’s that for an offensive remark?
But Kumar, lest we forget, has ‘minority immunity’ status, so he can call whoever he likes his vile names and happily escape censure. Labelling a couple of men who can't answer back as 'turds' on national TV, reveals much more about the fawning Kumar's gross sycophancy than it did the morality of Andy Grey and Richard Keys. Classy.
Indeed, Kumar spoke the language of BBC diversity to a tee, like a fluffy little puppy falling over itself to please its masters. Pick-up artists he declared exhibit “culturally entrenched misogyny.” Bravo! Said like a true champion of diversity.
And with that Kumar sealed a very lucrative future career as a BBC acolyte. No wonder he was smiling.
The four ‘comedians’ were not half as funny as the evidence used to support these shaky contentions. Sheera, an alleged victim of student rape, recalled the night of a terrifying ordeal.
At the end of an evening out, she informed an incredulous, wide-eyed Green, that she had agreed to accompany a male student back to his house (as you do) where she had been promised a couch for the night.
Only there was no couch.
Speaking very quickly all of a sudden, she let it slip that she had actually slept in the student’s bed! To clarify: this ‘innocent’ female had, she tells us, met a guy in bar, gone back to his house and got into his bed with him. With it thus far?
Apparently during the ‘entire’ night, said student attempted to rape her on several occasions. Note the use of ‘entire’ night. What? Are you serious?
Now I don’t know about you, but if someone tries to rape me once, I’m out of there, let alone stay the ‘entire night.’ End of story. Several attempts? Goodbye. I’m gone. Oddly, we were not informed how this very dubious story ended.
One can only assume the offender is rotting in prison somewhere – a fact that the programme would have been quick to trumpet surely? Was this really the best they could do? Oh dear.
Yep it was the usual typical BBC fare of lazy, sloppy programme-making. But perhaps the most revealing aspect of this programme was not what it chose to include, but rather what it chose to leave out.
Recall that we are supposedly talking about ‘Britain’s biggest sexist.’ We’re looking for intolerant attitudes to women, right? Perhaps we might even be looking also for examples of archaic attitudes to female emancipation, right? It’s on the tip of my tongue…
I’ll need your help here. What’s the name of that religion..you know the one where women are forced to conform to pretty strict patriarchal codes of dress and behaviour? The one where female oppression is accepted as normal practice? The one where the rule of husband, brother and father is absolute? The name escapes me…
Perhaps the BBC diversity apparatchiks can help us find the answer to this awfully embarrassing little conundrum. Honour killings, forced marriage... nothing compared to a (private) 'sexist' joke, right BBC? Talk about soft targets...
The contradiction and bias didn’t end there. Perhaps it’s just me, but I did not see a single attempt at balance in the entire sixty minutes. For example, I saw not even the merest trace of, say, hen parties draped as they invariably are, in their ubiquitous plastic penises as they ogle scantily clad male strippers. Nor did I hear any instances of the language and ‘banter’ heard at such events. How odd.
Oops I forgot. Women. ‘Minority Immunity,’ right?
For it’s only those oafish WBMs that can cause offence. Silly me. Andy Grey’s biggest sin is not the fact he made a joke about women in football, it’s because he’s a WBM. Had he worn the badge of an ‘oppressed minority’ he’d have gotten away with his heinous crime scot free.
Can't wait for the channel's "Britain's Biggest Terrorists." Let me guess, who'll be the candidates... Nigel Farage? David Starkey? Postman Pat? Not forgetting Andy Grey of course.
Isn’t it comforting to know your hard-earned licence-fee money is funding an organisation as duplicitous and as arrogant as the BBC, one furthermore, that hates the guts of the good old WBM?
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