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By Pete Moore On September 16th, 2020

No really, this is the BBC today, joking about killing white people and justifying its broadcast. BBC comedy long ago ceased to be funny. For decades it has pushed left wing and solely left wing talking points, but now it’s onto all-Marxist panels and the funny side of genocide.

(God, Enoch Powell was so right and so great.)

If anyone thinks there’s the slightest chance of me ever paying a penny again for this foul, anti-British and anti-Wester organisation they can think again.

Just. Stop. Paying.

The BBC blurbs: “Frankie Boyle’s New World Order was shown after 10pm and its content is within audience expectations for a post-watershed, topical, satirical programme from a comedian whose style and tone are well-established.”

6 Responses to “BBC “COMEDY””

  1. The real point that Pete could justifiably make in attacking the BBC on this would be the one of hypocrisy as they would clearly never allow or justify a similar joke about killing ‘darkie’ – but to argue that this ‘humour’ shouldn’t be allowed to be broadcast smacks of the sort of nanny state censorship that Pete would normally rail against.

  2. Colm –

    Jokes about killing darkie would be racist, in their worldview. They can talk and promise of killing whitey because Marxist critical theory allows for it.

  3. Pete

    I am not offended by the ‘joke’ apart from being bothered by the fact that it isn’t actually funny , there’s no clever punchline or smart wordplay going on. Its a flat dumb comment that doesn’t have the saving grace of any spark of real humour to it.

  4. I’m gonna have to stop betting myself a double whiskey, based on successfully guessing which stories Pete’s going to comment on from the news.
    I don’t think my liver can take much more

  5. Would you like to give your thoughts on the BBC’s latest output, Dave?

  6. Would you like to give your thoughts on the BBC’s latest output, Dave?

    What, my thoughts on this bollocks? It’s hardly worth commenting.
    As the ever sensible and wise Colm pointed out, this is a trivial, unfunny joke that really doesn’t warrant a second thought. It’s certainly not a racist attack on the whites. I’d be surprised if the man who when he reads this:

    I hung around with Citibank’s head of security, who was at tall black man. He had racist abuse shouted at him on the street and in bars and shops, he was refused service in certain restaurants bars and shops, even certain polish people who worked at Citibank used to make really nasty comments behind his back. Our own office manager said she didn’t like working with a ‘smelly black man’ who was ‘probably also a thief’.
    I also had many conversations with polish people such as two ladies on a train, who used to say things that would make Enoch Powell blush.

    Responds with this:

    Polish attitudes are so refreshing and honest. It gives us a glimmer of hope for the future.

    Could act like a cry-baby snowflake over something so trivial.

    Does that answer your question Pete?

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