See no evil…when it suits

 

 

The BBC filled the airwaves with the horrendous news that one of its journo’s had been called a ‘Paki’…and along with the left-wing press delightedly connected this hate attack to Brexit….

BBC Radio 4 has aired the moment its journalist Sima Kotecha was called a ‘P**i’ by a Brexit voter in her home town of Basingstoke.

No such tidal wave of shock and disapproval when a BBC reporter is told to ‘get back in the oven’.

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Martin Bright, a former Observer journalist who once worked for the former Prime Minister’s Faith Foundation, was horrified when BBC journalist Henrietta Foster was told by a fellow guest to ‘get back in the oven’ – a reference to the gas chambers used by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

The fellow guest, who has been identified by The Mail on Sunday as Dr Leslie Jones, the editor of the Quarterly Review magazine, made the comment in reference to an appearance Ms Foster made in My Nazi Legacy, a documentary about the children of Hitler’s officers.

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23 Responses to See no evil…when it suits

  1. chrisH says:

    Did you say DOCTOR Leslie Jones said this?
    A real doctor…or a Junior one…a John Reid kind of one.
    This has got to be looked at-if there`s doctor with a mouth and views like these-well, if he`s in Labour at least we`ll know where the contagion lies.

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  2. Nibor says:

    How do they know it was a Brexit voter ?

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    • All Lives Matter says:

      They don’t. They assume. It could easily have been a Brexit voter but given there’s no visual footage it could just as easily have been a non-white who didn’t even vote in the referendum. It’s guilt by association at play again.

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      • Nibor says:

        It could have been by an Indian , or a Muslim who thought she was not Islamist enough .

        It could have been by a non voter who takes no interest in politics .

        Why are the BBC saying who voted for what in a democracy where the voting is supposed to be done in secret ?

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    • EUTV says:

      They don’t know.

      Let me tell you this. My sister in law has voted BNP for pretty much her entire adult life. She voted for Remain, she has savings and is now living off them, the intention was to live off the interest. She was scared of the consequences of voting to leave because she has hopes for interest rates to rise. There you go, she voted the same as Nick Clegg, if only he knew.

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  3. Deborahanother says:

    The BBC like to pick and choose their offensive words and who can use them.

    As pointed out on a previous thread the ” n” word is OK if repeated in a violent rap , so long as its by blacks about blacks and preaching violence .Pakistanis can call each other ” Pakis ” because its cultural.

    Whatever happened to Carol Thatcher ? She was basically run out of the country for repeating a word from most of our childhoods.Repeated by the low life lefty Jo Brand.

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  4. All Lives Matter says:

    The BBC and the left in general is only empathetic when it suits them. They claim women and minorities are always victims and go out of their way to exaggerate this lie about Western society, but when we actually have an example of a female Jewish BBC employee being abused they are completely silent. Conservatives, on the other hand, treat people on the basis of their behaviour and their achievements. Race and gender simply don’t come into it. Even when the right gets it wrong, like unfairly attacking the unemployed, it’s still based on the principal of what they are or are not doing. The left on the other hand ONLY cares about the things that they suggest shouldn’t matter – race, gender, sexuality, religion, physical condition, class – all the things they say shouldn’t be obstacles are repeatedly made obstacles by the left, in order to keep their childish mentality relevant at the expense of the very people they claim they want to help.

    The left care about themselves only, and they are more than happy to keep everyone in the mud – or better yet, six feet under it at the hands of terrorists – if it means they can just keep saying “we must do more” and patting themselves on the back for it. The only way to stop it is to make as many people aware of it as possible.

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  5. Englands Dreaming says:

    I take offence at the endless swearing which is taken as the norm now, particularly for the “comedy” programs. Do the ****in’ ****s at the BBC care about that, not in the slightest.

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    • Helena Hand-Basket says:

      There was a comic song years ago (Flanders and Swann?) that went: ‘Mum’s out, Dad’s out, let’s talk rude – pee, po, belly, bum, drawers!’ This is the BBC staff’s mentality. Strangely, they have failed to realise the conservative establishment (the stuffy grown-ups) that they imagine they are shocking and challenging disappeared at least twenty years ago. The Tourette’s Syndrome brigade now are the establishment.

      When I was a child in the 60s, the ‘f’ word was not used in polite company or on TV. It has now been replaced as the ultimate taboo by the ‘n’ word. Race has taken over over from sex as society’s most embarrassing subject.

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      • NWStu says:

        I was brought up not to swear at all. I remember calling my brother a bugger and not being able to sit down for a week afterwards. I still try not to use foul language unless I have maimed myself committing a diy faux pas or such like.
        Or when watching the bBBC, that’s an extremely good reason to spit out expletives.

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  6. Deborah says:

    Just read on the DM web site that Vanessa Feltz is now having to have protection because of threats of beheading she has received. Now I may not like Vanessa that much myself but the article suggests it is linked with claims she made that Rolf Harris had touched her inappropriately. Now maybe he did, and maybe he didn’t but when I read words like ‘beheading’ followers of a certain religion come to mind, especially when the threats relate to somebody Jewish. But neither the DM nor what it reported from the BBC seemed to make that connection.

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  7. Number 6 says:

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  8. Rob in Cheshire says:

    Typical BBC lies.

    I heard the pice when it went out. She chose to interview a man in a pub who had clearly had a few. However, he did not call her a “Paki”, he used the word “Paki” in reference to people who are, well, Pakistani. When she said she found this shortening of the word “Pakistani” to be offensive, this poor “Brit” (apparently we have to suck it up) immediately apologised. He did not insult her, and never meant to offend her.

    It is a typical leftist smear, of the sort Trump suffers from every day. But they are running on empty. The people have seen through them.

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    • StewGreen says:

      Jeez yes it’s an old piece the Huffpo is dated 28 June and her recording must have been 26/27th June. I also heard it at the time
      The Huffpo title is ridiculous muckraking “Racism After Brexit “, cos it was nothing new ..just some old guy who was unaware that the term is un-PC.
      The huffpo report acknowledges this \\Kotecha makes clear in the report that she has been told “this sort of talk” is nothing new in the area//

      The old guy mentioned he meant all types of immigrant (no matter what race skin color)and apologised for the word
      \\“I do like Asians, I’m not racist at all,” //

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  9. TruthSeeker says:

    I do not remember this outraged journalist being outraged about Pakis raping thousands of white girls in every city in the UK.

    In fact I do not remember any AlBeeb journalust being outraged about these rapes by Islamic Pakis.

    I do remember the Labour Party, the Local (Labour) Councillors, the Local Council Employees, the Common Purpose Police, trying to cover up the fact that these rapes had taken place.

    I do remember that when the Rotherham cases were made public the local council shredded some
    documents.

    These are the type of lefty people preaching to us believing they have the high moral ground. They do not even have the low moral ground, everything lefty is based on hatred and a twisted view of history which includes glossing over their own truly dreadful past.

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  10. TPO says:

    Here in Canada I’m often referred to as a ‘Brit’. Do I take offence? Of course not. It’s a figure of speech. Just like ‘Canucks’ is a slang term for Canadians. They even have an ice hockey team called the ‘Vancouver Canucks’.
    However there are some, and I’m referring here to the spittle flecked paragons of virtue signaling, who are trying to claim that the term ‘Canuck’ is a racial smear against French Canadians. Well Whoopty Doo. Echos here of the far left extremists who led a campaign against the name of an American football team, the ‘Washington Redskins’. Of course the BBC were in the middle of whipping up the mob on that one.
    I suspect that the self-same mob of far-left loons who rail against such terminology as ‘Canucks’ are the one who whip themselves up into a frenzied hysteria when ‘Pakis’ are referred to as just that, ‘Pakis’.

    In my travels around the world I have been ‘insulted’ by such a mixed bag from Saudis to Malays to Chinese in Hong Kong, where some elderly Chinese woman mopping the floor in a McDonalds in Kowloon gesticulated in our direction whilst muttering ‘gweilos’. My reaction was always to laugh at them which irritated them even more.

    Of course in the increasingly la la land of the BBC, people like me cannot be offended because I am in their eyes, male, pale and stale. This phrase, which the BBC are happy to bandy about I do find extremely offensive, especially when uttered by some vacuous brained juvenile black feminist. Perhaps the BBC should be called out on this.

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  11. vesnadog says:

    Re: Question time. Did anyone see that old female hippie booing at anyone or everyone who criticised – our erm, Jerremee!

    She was sat in the front row boiling and seething as any old hippy would do when they feel they are now old and past it realising of course that they must not have made much impact on British politics so now decided to gang-up with Jeremy’s younger versions behind her/guarding the main entrances, checking the peoples indentity badges to see if the enemy was within 100 miles the the studio! You can tell them a mile off! The ex-male hippy usually wears a tattered dangling scruffy pony tail (thinking the younger females are in love with him) and usually rides an Harley Davidson, if not, maybe a Triumph with huge wing mirrors. Of course he/she/it must be a vegan, hates all meat eaters with a passion, usually has some attempt at a beard and during the years when he/she were employed, never had a days work off in their whole life (always looked down their noses at those unfortunate people who were unemployed), spends about 3 quid a week on food (for both of them) obviously owns their own home, has an holiday home on the “continent” hates animals but publically they love them, usually they are/where lecturers/professors/scientists/teachers kinda person..etc,

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  12. Al Shubtill says:

    Who gives a s**t?

    I mean seriously WTF?

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  13. Nibor says:

    I use to tell my female companions in the East Europe ; if you as a people are of any note , the English will always do the courtesy of giving you a derogatory nickname . Can’t say fairer than that .

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  14. bristol says:

    Just imagine a world like this… Sticks and stones, and all that…

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  15. Number 88 says:

    In that case, I wonder if the BBC will go to town on this story, or will the handwringers, like the SNP and other assorted lefties, satisfy themselves it’s all ok…because Ruth Davidson is a Tory.

    From the Telegraph: ‘Ruth Davidson referred to as ‘dyke’ at Scottish independence rally in Glasgow’.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/09/18/scottish-independence-rally-in-ruth-davidson-homophobia-row/

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  16. NWStu says:

    There are a few good descriptions here at the ever reliable Urban Dictionary

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Paki

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  17. GoodeWine says:

    I am intrigued by the presence of Ms. Foster at press events involving music and opera. To my knowledge, while she is a regular attender of such press events she does not actually report on them, so what is she doing there? Is she a pseud or just a ligger along for the free booze which she partakes of freely?
    It is also interesting to note that while she is billed as a BBC “journalist” her Linkedin page has her billed as a freelance producer since about 1982. Again is she an opportunistic ligger, or a pseud? Does the BBC know that she is taking a place that could be used by a real BBC employee covering music and opera? And do organisations such as the Royal Opera House, the English National Opera, etc. know?

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