The BBC must have been kicking themselves after a former Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins took a decidedly anti-left wing perspective when on Question Time discussing the issue of the sacking of those Sky Sports presenters the other night. So on Nicky Campbell’s inane “Big Question” up popped another former Apprentice contestant to take men to task for their sexism. (Mind you, she looked quite glamorous, nice make up). She was backed up in her onslaught against the male population by a charming feminist who looked very mannish – oddly enough. On the panel were dripping wet “Conservative” Ester McVey, and Imam (natch, 4% of the UK population but always on the Big Question) and a self-hating pro-feminist retired Church of England cleric. Just the usual dross that Campbell posits as a balanced panel each week.There was a further discussion “Is it right to rent a womb” featuring two gay men who have started a family of their own and now have five children by getting host wombs and egg donators. All very normal in the BBC world-view. There is also the irony of one discussion highlighting the sexism of men followed by a discussion of the “right” gay men have to rent wombs.

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  1. Norton Folgate says:

    Funniest part for me was the man hating feminazi that while doing what shrieking lefties always do and constantly talking over opposing views also thought it was a good idea to come on tv looking like a 12 year old boy.

    And the token gibbering idiot islamic convert  from Didsbury mosque was so insanely bad he was brilliant.


  2. Natsman says:

    In the BBC’s mind it’s OK to rent boys, so why not wombs?


  3. jeff says:

    I’m so glad you’re covering this. It took me a good ten minutes to realise that the arch feminist wasn’t a thirteen year old schoolboy. Where do they get them?
    On Radio 2 the other afternoon I heard a feminist comedian, an oxymoron if ever I’ve heard one, tell us that it was attitudes like Gray’s and Key’s that led to the holocaust. Even BBC lefty Jeremy Vine seemed lost for words for a minute or two.
    If I had fallen into a coma in the 1970’s and just come to I wouldn’t recognise this country any more.
    Bring back Benny Hill!


  4. Martin says:

    What did the man from the religion of peace have to say about the gays? Or didn’t they ask him?


  5. David Kelly says:

    I just want to say thanks to DV for watching this so that the rest of don’t have to.  I’ve seen it once or twice before going to church in a rage.


  6. beness says:

    Never saw the programme.

     Was it Laurie Penny by any chance?

    he’s been in the guardian and on the BBC lately and as she looks like a 12 year old it might be her.


  7. Martin says:

    Oh god fat Polly is on the BBC AGAIN!


  8. Phil says:

    Big Question, tiny audience.

    Nobody watches this programme. Most of the BBC’s target audience are having a well-deserved lie-in before embarking on another marathon week of junk TV watching staring with the 3 hours of Eastenders on Sunday afternoon and ending with yet another ludicrous dollop of doctors and nurses on Casualty on Saturday night.  


  9. Dino64 says:

    Keys/Gray = biggest non-story so far this year. Nicky Campbell = Always a non-story. Finn Mackay = WTF is that????


  10. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Stan/Loretta:  It’s every man’s right to have babies if he wants them.

    Reg:  But you can’t have babies.

    Stan/Loretta:  Don’t you oppress me.

    Reg:  I’m not oppressing you, Stan. But you haven’t got a womb!  Where’s the foetus going to gestate?  Are you going to keep it in a box?


  11. ltwf1964 says:

    why are lefties such ugly mongs?


  12. Grant says:

    My favourite is gorgeous , pouting, Jo Coburn.


  13. Martin says:

    The ugly ones tend to be behind the cameras and on radio.