BBC Bias On Queer Spacey Apology Story

So Kevin Spacey has owned up to being a queer, and has apologised for an incident involving a 14-year-old boy, though he doesn’t remember if it happened or not?


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An unpleasant little saga.

Best leave it to the boy, who’s now grown up, to pursue whatever justice may be appropriate and/or available.

But WHY did the BBC tonight feel obliged to bring on a spokesman from a queer newspaper, Ben Cohen, the strident homo we’ve mentioned in a previous post…


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…to add his twee tuppence-worth to the story?

Cohen’s inclusion, it seems, was aimed at giving him a platform to decry Spacey for giving poofters a bad name.

  • So why was there no balance provided, no representative from any pro-decency organisation which might have drawn the public’s attention to how, so often, queers show an alarming interest in children?


 Indeed, the last time we mentioned Cohen was in the context of his vile ‘Pink News’ rag being used by another queer to portray a little boy, Prince George, as a ‘gay icon.’

The BBC has long been notorious as a rat’s nest of bias.