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?

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 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.’

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-40898218

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