BBC MELTING POT

Biased BBC contributor Alan observes;

“The BBC and their ilk are quick to denounce anyone who suggests one race or another may be better at somethings than other races. And yet here we are looking at a whole series of BBC programmes designed to thrill us with the prospect of being ‘mixed race’…..apparently not only are they more beautiful and successful but also more psychologically stable than non-mixed race people.

This is naturally yet another BBC attempt to engineer social change and people’s perceptions regardless of the realities….

“…most of all, the series tells an extraordinary tale of love, of couples coming together to fight prejudice and create a new society.’

 Is Lewis Hamilton successful as a racing driver because he is mixed race or because he is a good driver? It is bizarre to claim he is such a good driver because of a particular shade of skin.
Remind me, what colour was Schumacher? What colour are the Williams sisters? etc etc etc.

Here in a Guardian interview the BBC’s George Alagiah, who presents the programmes on mixed race, oddly refuses to talk about race…..presumably as with Islamic terrorism having nothing to do with Islam, mixed race people have nothing to do with race?….if so why are the BBC doing a whole raft of programmes on mixed…er…race people? Is there some other defining quality that is to be brought out by the programmes that separates them from us non-mixed heritage people?
http://www.guardian.co.uk/theobserver/2011/oct/02/george-alagiah-mixed-race-britain

 ‘You mention the Asian community’s reluctance to “marry out” in the programme. Is that protecting a community’s culture or racism?

I don’t know. I think you’d have to ask them.

In your book Home From Home, you argue that, owing to a lack of integration, too many immigrants are missing out on the experiences that you have enjoyed.

There’s much we can talk about in my book but I think we’re straying from the programme. I don’t think it’s got much to do with the mixed-race relationships.

Well it has insofar as mixed race relationships can be seen as a marker of integration.

Yes, but I certainly haven’t spoken about integration in the programmes. Do I think that in some sense there could be greater integration? Yes, but that’s about as much as I want to say really.

I sense there’s a sensitivity about the issue of race.

It’s exactly what I didn’t want to do, get into a discussion about race.’

George Alagiah probably represents the BBC view on race and Britain…in all his naivety and wishful thinking….’True there were ghettos – but the UK never accepted outright segregation. There were – and are – plenty of racists, but they’ve never been allowed to gain the foothold they did elsewhere.
Somehow – often by default rather than design – we have muddled through to where we are today, a country largely at ease with its rainbow people.’

Astonishing refusal to see life as most of us know it by Alagiah, the real Britain with Black and Asian only areas, Muslim communities that never see a non-Muslim, that don’t accept mixing of non-Muslims and Muslims, that don’t want anything to do with British culture and society…apart from the money and security that derives from that society.

Of course Alagiah comes from a BBC that has an ‘Asian Nework’….why? If they are ‘British’ why do they need an Asian network? Just because they have brown skin do they not like Radio 1 or radio 4? The Asian Network is a BBC ghetto that reinforces alienation and non-integration. “

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23 Responses to BBC MELTING POT

  1. My Site (click to edit) says:

    This is just the BBC’s attempt to further the ‘social objectives’ that Labour’s mass-immigration policy was used to achieve.
    They won’t be happy until Britain is a nation of coffee coloured clones with no sense of identity whatsoever.
    After all, given our colonial past, it’s all we deserve!!!

    I wonder if the Asian Network will be doing a ‘mixed family season’ with documentaries about young Muslim girls who’ve integrated in to British society and aren’t too keen on being sent back to Pakistan to marry their cousin?
    I guess the problem is, we all know how each programme would end: with the poor girl’s corpse rotting on a Cumbrian river bank!

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    • George R says:

      Yes; the reality which BBC-NUJ fosters on race is epitomised in its apartheid social construct ‘Asian Network’ radio station, which is reserved for British people who identify themselves as ‘Asian British’, NOT as British; and with the priority given to the inappropriate word ‘Asian’.

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      • Scrappydoo says:

        The BBC annonced the closure of the Asian network, listener numbers were in decline, yet a year or more later it is still operating ..,. Why ? 

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  2. My Site (click to edit) says:

    apparently not only are they more beautiful’

    At the end of his programme last night, I could have sworn he was more bigging up the ‘courage’ of white laydees who embraced other cultures.

    Is that not a bit… ‘sexist’?

    Meanwhile, and in no way suggesting any clunking bit of BBC social engineering PR, Mr. Easton is also very interested in this aspect of British cuture.

    Conisdering the beautiful people carefully selected to illustrate the majority of his report (with the possible exception of the single muvva with a veritable UN genral assembly’s worth via 4 different, no absnet fathers – does the BBc only know single mothers in the general populace?), it would be funny if the likes of mad Hattie got in a luvvlyism law too. 

    Considering that, as a ratings medium like any other, the BBC observes equality only in the breach, and when it suits, that would be darn funny as the rather over-represnted gay producers have to square off against the bus-end challenged sisterhood in defending buff-ness.

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  3. Martin says:

    I saw Sheena doing this story on the news last night, I swear to god I’ve never seem him so excited, he was almost tripping over his words. Was that a semi in his trousers?

    The biggest pile of crap going from the BBC yet and of course as we suspect the real Elephant in the room is Islam where anyone wanting to marry outside of that vile religion is persecuted and then killed.

    For the BBC to avoid that question was a joke.

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  4. Martin says:

    They never asked if the women with 6 kids from 3 fathers (how nice) was sponging on benefits or was in work. Or where the fathers were of course…probably in jail.

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  5. dave s says:

    At least it is an attempt to cover an important matter and i thought Mr Alagiah did it quite well. His Guardian interview was very guarded – I suppose he is well aware of their agenda.
    The real divides, and these are the ones avoided by all- is culture and numbers.
    Numbers is a key issue for self evident reasons. The huge influx in recent years have produced the strains we are now experiencing.
    It is not Tiger Bay in the 1920s any more.
    My daughter in law is mixed race. My new grandson is thus partly mixed race by the definitions used.
    However their culture is the that of traditional England. Race is always secondary to culture and it is this inability by the liberal left to understand this that has led to the nonsense of a multicultural society.
    It is culture that defines us not race and in any society that desires to be a happy and cohesive one there must be a culture that we all subscribe to.
    The dominant culture of England has been established over centuries and is deeply rooted.
    The huge influx of those who cannot ever truly subscribe to it because their world view is so different has been the greatest of errors.

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    • My Site (click to edit) says:

      The comments to Mr. A’s interview suggest that, oddly, the CiF crowd so far do not think he did ‘quite well’, I have to say.

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    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      Excellent points, dave.  It is a question of culture.

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    • My Site (click to edit) says:

      Multiracial society, yes
      Multicultural society, no thanks.

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  6. Henry says:


    Their attempts to “engineer social change” need to be highligted again and again, as they seem to have gone under the radar of most people.

    Their constant attempts to “educate” us are simply propaganda. They don’t for a moment think about the consequenses of continually casting women and coloured people as the good guys in their dramas, and white men as ineffectual squealing nobodys or villains.

    Why not? Because they are not just creating drama, they are fighting perceived attitudes towards racial and cultural minorities. They tell us so often enough.

    Apart from the fact that the dramas then become worthless as television, there are three problems: their perception of these attitudes may be incorrect, and there is a reverse propaganda effect. Libby Purves (in the Times on monday) pointed out with her customary level-headed insight how toff-bashing is the only acceptable prejudice left. But I would say it’s not only toffs, it’s this new evil: the “White Middle-class Male”, that can be bashed.

    How you counter the BBCs propaganda efforts is a troubling problem

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  7. jarwill101 says:

    Unfortunately, Mr Alagiah, racists have been allowed to gain a very large foothold in Britain. And I’m not talking about white xenophobes.

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  8. George R says:

    Yes, BBC-NUJ is forever propagandising for the achievements of ‘black’ culture, but not for ‘white’ culture. BBC-NUJ does not propagandise on these lines: ‘wouldn’t it be wonderful if more Western white people  only interbred with Western white people’.      
         
         
    And, of course, Beeboids genuflect to their Obamessiah as a person whose blackness is emphasised, but not his whiteness.      
         
    Yes, BBC-NUJ is social engineering in all this. The implication seems to be: why can’t more white left-wing Western women marry Muslim Mau Mau type Western-hating men of Kenya?      
         
    For more on the reality of  this, see Dinesh D’Souza’s book:      
         
    ‘The Roots of Obama’s Rage’      
         
    (excerpts here)-      
         
         
    http://www.amazon.com/Roots-Obamas-Rage-Dinesh-DSouza/dp/1596986255/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1285833913&sr=1-3#reader_1596986255

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  9. My Site (click to edit) says:

    The box-ticking derangement and obsession with quotas has rendered the politico-media establishment a luaghing stock.

    Can’t speak for the BBc, but on SKY just now, the young peroxide sink deemed most suitable to deal in matters political was complimenting Mr. Miliband for creating a shadow cabinet whose main sterngth would appear to be in the area of diversity.

    If he’d hired Ms. Flounders as Minster for Single Muvvas I suspect twitter would have gone into delerium.

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  10. Martin says:

    The BBC seem very keen on encouraging people to identify with thier culture…everyone that is exept the white English.

    What was it Emily Titless said the other day…”do they speak BRITISH”

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  11. London Calling says:

    “Quota-casting” is endemic in BBC programes.  Its fun to “count the ethnic” whenever there are more than two or three people in a scene.

    In Dr Who the other week there were three little school  children in awe of something – and yup, quota casting, one of the three had to be black. Nothing to do with the plot, just BBC’s usual race-mongering.
    If casting was random, sometimes, at random, all three would have been black and sometimes all three white. Actor are being given walk-on parts entirely because of their skin to fulfill some unspoken race quota in the entertainment output.

    Same holds true for most of the poster advertising and marketing industry. Quota casting. London Borough of Lewisham produces civic  posters now which contain images of only black people. Whiteness has been officially erased.
    Cries of “racism” should be accompanied by the finger pointing at themselves.

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    • Bob says:

      Interesting you mentioned ‘cast-quota’ – if the BBC Midlands Today reports were anything to go by, you would think that it was a white minority. May be it is due to cost cutting that they have merged Midlands Today with the Asian Network.

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  12. London Calling says:

    Love the references to Lewis Hamilton. Great example of mixed race Britain, the first thing he did, when he could afford to,… is move to Switzerland.

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  13. Wally Greeninker says:

    The BBC are extremely coy about revealing the simple fact that a Muslim male may marry a non-Muslim woman but a it is absolutely forbidden for a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man. A few years ago, on a radio 5 morning phone in about mixed marriages, there was an imam kept on an open line during the discussion. A Muslim girl told Victoria Derbyshire or Fy Glover (these radio 5 women all sound the same to me) about her wish to marry a Hindu man: could she ask the imam if this was possible.
    The imam, who had not previously volunteered this information, told her it was utterly impossible because the children must be assumed to take their religion from the  father. Glover, or whoever it was, exclaimed: ‘But that’s sexist and probably illegal!’. The topic was then dropped inexplicably. It showed the extent to which much of the feelgood attitude Beeboids have towards Islam is based on pure ignorance – an ignorance fostered by those Muslims they rely on to inform them.

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  14. Grant says:

    Is Obama a crap President because he is of mixed race.  Oh, I forgot , in the eyes of the Left, he is Black.  Now, if that isn’t racism, I don’t know what is !

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  15. London Calling says:

    He’s a BINO – Black In Name Only.

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