7 Responses to Gay Review

  1. Martin says:

    Er I think we know where this is going.

    1. There are not enough homosexuals on the BBC.

    2. Homosexuals are not portrayed in a positive light (despite every villain on TV being white, male, straight, Christian, Jewish or American)

    3. The homosexual agenda doesn’t get enough air time, in particular with religion (the BBC means Christians of course as the BBC gives Islam a free pass regarding bottom love)

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  2. George R says:

    A reprise:

    It is expected that the interviewers will be chosen from the BBC’s very many homosexuals, and that the interviews will be held in the BBC interviewers’ favourite, intimate homosexual clubs in London.

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  3. The Beebinator says:

    maybe Al Beeb needs a scumbag that is a gay, global warming activist, whos is also an islamic radical and labour supporting immigrant who hates jews and yanks, and thinks the UK is an islamic country in waiting

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  4. The Beebinator says:

    i remember the “should gays be executed” story just before christmas and the Guardians horror at it. It quoted a premoderated 
     post from Chris, Guildford, posted at 8.59am, which attracted 51 recommendations of support. 
     
    He wrote: “Totally agree. Ought to be imposed in the UK too, asap. Bring back some respectable family values. Why do we have to suffer ‘gay pride’ festivals? Would I be allowed to organise a ‘straight pride’ festival? No, thought as much!! If homosexuality is natural, as we are forced to believe, how can they sustain the species? I suggest all gays are put on a remote island somewhere and left for a generation – after which, theoretically there should be none left!”

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2009/dec/16/bbc-africa-have-your-say

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  5. Alcuin says:

    At the BBC, where I worked for seven years, homosexuality was very nearly compulsory – Patrick Muirhead
    Gay, Left, metropolitan and secular (or should I say, anti-Christian). Small wonder that the most pernicious groupthink has become ingrained in the most powerful opinion forming organisation in the country. One day, this edifice of sickly meringue and cream will collapse, revealing the sewer underneath. Then, many will ask “why did no one tell us all this?”. “All this” being what the BBC has concealed from us about Trots, Muslims and Arabs.

    It’s a good basic axiom that if you take a quart of ice-cream and a quart of dog faeces and mix ‘em together the result will taste more like the latter than the former. – Mark Steyn. He was speaking of the UN, but, if the crap fits …

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  6. David Preiser (USA) says:

    On the topic of the BBC’s handling of gay issues, I’m sure everyone remembers the constant villifying of the Tories on EU election night for their association with allegedly homophobic European parties, even naming and condemning specific politicans.  With this in mind, one wonders if the BBC will ever be brave enough to engage in similar condemnation of another politician who is no friend to gay rights:  the President of the United States.


    Ask Obama About Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

    It’s no secret that homosexuals voted for The Obamessiah en masse, because of the common perception that Republicans are homophobic, fundamental Christian types and the Democrats will address their concerns.  Unfortunately for them, He seems to believe that foreign terrorists who have made actual attempts to murder US citizens have more legal rights in the US than law-abiding, tax-paying homosexual US citizens who voted for Him.

    It seems that only some governments come under BBC scrutiny for gay rights issues.

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  7. David Preiser (USA) says:

    What a shock.  No sooner does the BBC launch an inquiry into how it handles homosexual issues then they have two segments on how the UK is increasingly tolerant of homosexuals.

    How obvious can you get?

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