‘Successful’ Jews

 

Remember when journalist Kevin Myers was crucified for saying two BBC female employees got themselves big pay packets because, as Jews, they don’t allow themselves to be undersold?  This was a compliment in that they are rightly determined to get what they are worth…

I note that two of the best-paid women presenters in the BBC — Claudia Winkleman and Vanessa Feltz, with whose, no doubt, sterling work I am tragically unacquainted — are Jewish. Good for them. Jews are not generally noted for their insistence on selling their talent for the lowest possible price.

Naturally the good folks at the BBC were outraged at this ‘anti-Semitism’….maybe they had other scores to settle as Myers laid into them for…er… supporting terrorism…way back in 2004…and nothing’s changed today has it?…the BBC still supporting the IRA’s mission to unite Ireland [ it is also part of the EU’s own mission to split the UK and ‘steal’ NI away into the grasp of the Eurocrats and their empire] …and of course the BBC supports Islamist terror and cultural jihad.

Myers in 2004….

‘We really shouldn’t be too surprised by anything the BBC does these days: the Dyke legacy has taken a terrible toll, and so there is no point in being angered by what we see on our screens. After all, it’s only television, isn’t it? Except it’s not.’

‘One of the central and abiding problems of Northern Ireland is the role of perception in influencing politics. For the BBC to be subsidising a Sinn Fein version of the history of the Troubles isn’t merely wrong in itself, but is profoundly irresponsible, a kind of down payment on further conflict in the future.’

Anyway back to ‘the Jews’ and money….and what time forgot….a video from 2015 in which Diane Abbott talks of rich Jews, Nihal [close colleague of Emma Barnett who attacked Myers] and Andrew Neil all agree Jews are very rich and successful…hmmm…no one sacked or crucified?…

 

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18 Responses to ‘Successful’ Jews

  1. Edward says:

    Hmmn… Kevin Myers’ comment about Claudia Winkleman and Vanessa Feltz does come across as dangerously insulting towards Jews, whereas the This Week clip seems quite benign.

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    • All Lives Matter says:

      Why is it insulting to say that certain people try to get what they’re worth? Regardless, it’s a clear case of double-standards from the BBC, as usual.

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    • vesnadog says:

      “whereas the This Week clip seems quite benign”

      For a moment I thought you were referring to that ghastly man who hosts BBC NEWS “Film Review”

      And what’s the salary for that BBC employee?

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  2. Guest Who says:

    I wonder if the Canary will still enjoy VIP guest status at Newsnight?

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    • Guest Who says:

      Six weeks off for the summer sound nice though.

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      • Grant says:

        Guest,

        Sorry but who is “The Canary ” ?

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        • Guest Who says:

          Seems to be another of those pioneering online (like the Independent, only with less Russian oligarch and Saudi price funding) ‘news’ outlets, like JOE.con (new berth for James O’Brien) whose main function is to publish stuff the BBC shouldn’t, can’t but wants to, so they can be invited on or quoted by the BBC to get the BBC’s truth unto power out there via other means.

          Apparently.

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        • Up2snuff says:

          Grant, from The Canary’s web-site

          “Kerry-anne Mendoza, our Editor-in-Chief, teamed up with a group of extraordinary people to form The Canary in October 2015. With absolutely no financial backing or outside investment, we have rapidly built a brand new media outlet from scratch through determination in our progressive values, a vibrant team and engaging content.

          We remain completely independent of any advertisers, funders, companies, political organisations, or political parties.

          Today, a handful of powerful moguls control our mainstream media. As such, its coverage is largely conservative. But we have created a truly independent and viable alternative . One that isn’t afraid to challenge the status quo, to ask the hard questions, and to have an opinion. This has only been possible because of the amazing support from you – our readers.”

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    • Grant says:

      6 weeks ? How many people here ever had 6 weeks holiday ? 4 a year was my maximum.

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    • MarkyMark says:

      And it seems that, just as parliament returns from its summer break, the Tories’ old friend – BBC bias – is just a few paces behind. { thecanary.co – EMILY APPLE – sep2017}
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  3. R P McMurphy says:

    Successful ? To quote Seasick Steve ,” I started out with nothing and I got most of it left”.

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