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  • ross1948 16:22 on October 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Anti-white discrimination', , , Jamie Angus, Marcus Ryder   

    “No Whites, Thanks – We’re BBC!” 


    Brits should be grateful to The Times for the revelatory report which has left the BBC’s rancid racism exposed for all to see.

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    NB – this is a follow-up to the post an hour or so ago- ‘Black Power’ Play At BBC?  – so maybe read that first if you missed it.

    So horrified were the BLM addicts at UK Pravda, at the thought of a White Brit getting a top job in what they like to call their ‘news’ section…

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    …that they cast their own rules to the wind to prevent such a heinous outcome.

    The BBC was so keen on a black candidate for an important news role that it secretly extended the application deadline so he could put himself forward for the position.

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/marcus-ryder-bbc-reopened-job-for-black-candidate-lv6p5j9g7

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    No point in me going through the whole vile discriminatory saga, but suffice to say the nasty in the woodpile seems to have been not so much Marcus Ryder, who only seized an unfair opportunity, but a senior slug who stuck his nose in.

     

    The fix was in, after “informal talks with Jamie Angus, the BBC senior controller of news output and commissioning… “

    These BBC leftist fanatics are quite clearly out of control.

    Ryder should be put at the back of the queue, behind all the other candidates who were conscientious enough to get their applications in on time!

    And Angus ehould be given a boot up his sleazy ass and sent to the nearest JobCentre.

     

     
    • Mack the Knife 21:56 on October 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Should some not call in one of the UN Special Rights Rapportrurs, demand they investigate BBC race discrimination?
      Silly idea.
      Being Anti-Whites doesn’t matter, does it?

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  • ross1948 14:00 on October 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Marcus Ryder   

    ‘Black Power’ Play At BBC? 


    According to The Times last week, there’s been a huge fuss created on behalf of a so-called ‘champion of diversity’ eager to win a powerful position at the BBC!

    Like, we don’t have plenty already?

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    But curiously, such is the commitment to ‘diversity,’ of those making the most fuss, like Lenny Henry…

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    Sir Lenny Henry signed the letter to the chairman of the BBC, Richard Sharp

    Lenny Henry

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    …that only ‘influential black figures‘ have been invited to add their names to the arrogant pronunciamento sent to the chairman of the BBC!

    Isn’t that racial discrimination?

    This epistle excluding non-blacks is all about getting a top job at UK Pravda for a man named Mark Ryder.

    Disturbingly, the individuals agitating on this…

    “…black executive’s* behalf are not even claiming the top job was denied him because of his colour!

    Allegedly, he missed out because he’s a notorious agitator who’s been ‘campaigning for more diversity in broadcasting.

    As if we don’t have more than enough already, BBC shoving Black History Month in our faces almost daily..

    Black History Month - CBBC - BBC
    6 days ago

    bbc.co.uk

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    …with no ‘History Month’ heard of for the people of Ulster, Wales, Scotland…

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    ….or even Olde England!

    Poor Marcus Ryder, ‘was not appointed as executive editor of Radio 1 and Asian Network’s news bulletins! ‘

    So?

    He made ‘the final round of interviews, ‘ we’re told, as have many of us, for many different kinds of jobs, I’m sure…

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    Sources said concerns were expressed because of Ryder’s record as a prominent champion of diversity.’

     ‘Sources? ‘

    Who?

    I couldn’t care less about Mark Ryder’s desperation to advance his career, but given what the report says, that he’s infamous for his efforts to advance ‘diversity,’ he certainly should not be given a publicly funded platform to do so.

    Millions of Brits are sick and tired of hearing that damn ‘diversity’ word.

    But not Sir Lenny Henry, who seems to have been a stalwart comrade of Ryder…

    …and his comrade letter-writers, who have racialised the case, with their exclusion even of white leftist signatures, viz.

    The open letter reads:

    “As journalists, producers and freelancers of colour we are dismayed and concerned…

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/marcus-ryder-leading-black-figures-join-row-over-bbc-executive-blocked-from-job-kzftpt5vn

     

     
    • Vicki 16:14 on October 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      I just do not understand why people migrate to Britain, settle and bring up children here and then those children, or geandchildren, expect to have a separate history celebrated as if they don’t want to be part of our history.

      On the other hand, do they?
      I think many ‘black’ British people feel British. A lot of them join the armed forces and serve their country. All this race nonsense may come from bad teachers and of course the BBC incites racial conflict by glorifying BLM.
      Some of us hqve been talking about this and cannot understand why it has been allowed to get as bad.
      Both education and public broadcasting are paid for by taxes so if we had a government that cared about things like this, the sources of the trouble could be investigated and brought under control.

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