What possible excuse could they have for screening Reggie Yates’ Extreme UK, Men at War, at this current time is beyond me, it really is. Deflection perhaps? Anyone's guess.
In the light of the corporation’s reluctance to cover the recent Cologne sex assaults committed by their cherished migrants, the last thing you would expect to follow this scandalous act of appeasement and cowardice would be a programme preaching about misogyny...white misogyny.
As I watched BBC poodle Reggie Yates bristling with indignation as he encountered various (white) males who refused to bow down at the temple of BBC thought fascism, I thought I was watching a sick joke. But no. It was real. It was actually happening.
Only days after the BBC had attempted to wash over the Cologne sex attacks here they were taking the moral high ground! You couldn’t make it up. The arrogance of this organisation is simply astounding.
Yates, one of the corporation’s most intrepid and faithful pets, quivered under the sheer weight of his own moral superiority as he listened to a range of young, (white) males outline a series of counter-opinions aimed largely at a new generation of male-baiting and male hating feminists.
What? Are ye mad? For the bible according to the BBC sayeth: Women are pure and men are evil (with the honourable exception of Muslim males of course).
Playing it just as the good old Beeb dictated, Yates hoped to uncover plenty of hate-fuelled misogyny from his interviewees. What he actually got was not the hate-filled narrative both he and his BBC paymasters were hoping and praying for, but some fairly cognisant views about this growing trend of female abuse aimed at males.
Yates shook with indignation as an 18 year old produced a bedroom podcast outlining the very real injustices of false rape accusations. "It's a tiny minority," remarked Yates now in full apologist mode. Minority? Hello. Aren't the BBC usually proud and fearless champions of persecuted minorities? When it suits.
Perhaps he was just disappointed. After all he had hoped to find a skinhead neo-nazi, but had instead, found an articulate young man concerned about a worrying and growing trend in society.
Not that this worried Yates unduly. He was more concerned that an 18 year-old seemed to care! I mean aren't 18 year old white, male students sexist bigots? What was going on here. Yates checked his script.
At one point he enlisted the help of far left feminist Laurie Penny, a woman notorious for her hate-filled anti-male rants in both print and social media platforms; a woman who also charmingly labelled as ‘racists’ those males who dared to condemn the recent Cologne sex attacks.
To say Penny is a wee bit confused is as gross an understatement as you will ever hear. If you don’t believe me just jump to her Twitter feed, as puerile as it is juvenile. Think 1st year undergraduate who has just read chapter one of 'The Female Eunuch' and you'll be in the right territory.
That Yates and his cronies actually gave air time to this vicious, butter-wouldn't-melt cry-bully tells its own story. Some witness for the prosecution.
And so playing the victim (surprise, surprise) Penny showed Yates some of the ‘hate’ messages that had been sent her way. And did this most intrepid of social justice warriors ask why? No, of course he didn’t.
Thankfully, a quick interview by the side of the Thames with Milo brought forth a few answers. Yates looked on in astonishment as Milo schooled him a little on why women such as Penny are figures of hate.
He told this BBC pet that Penny's incessant and highly provocative derision of (white) males was the reason. Penny, for the record, is a frothing far-leftist and thus it won’t come as any surprise that her attitude to the Cologne sex attacks runs something like this: All white men are serial rapists, so how dare they criticise Muslim rape gangs…
Like I said a real charmer.
And while we are on the subject of prehistoric attitudes to female anticipation, please do tell Reggie why you failed to infiltrate a mosque or two. Plenty of juicy stuff would have awaited you there.
Oops I forgot. Sexists are white, working class, Brits aren’t they?
Okay so he didn’t have the balls to expose the stone-age attitudes to women held by certain members of a certain religious group, but let’s be thankful for small mercys: At least Andy Grey and Richard Keys escaped his bristling piety. Saving them up are you Reg?
And so yet another ‘balanced’ investigation drew to a close. No instances of female attitudes to males; no mention for example of that recent Twitter hashtag that was floating around a few days ago: #WasteHisTime2016.
But hey, who wants balance?
And what had we learned from this biased piece of self-congratulatory programme making?
Not much, apart from the fact that the BBC are moral cowards and while they will pick on soft targets such as white, males all day long, there are certain sectors of society that they won’t touch with a barge-pole.
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