A while back, that cheeky chappie we all love, Greg Dyke, remarked that the BBC is "hideously white".
Well, it is also hideously gay. If you look at it in the cold light of political correctness, we should, in our public institutions, maintain strict demographic parity when it comes to employing people. Only, at the BBC, for some reason, it employs more people with left wing views and more homosexuals. It always has done, long before anybody talked about it. The only reason the traitor, Guy Burgess got away with it for so long was because he was part of the silent homosexual mafia who, in those days, protected each other out of necessity.
Patrick Muirhead, former BBC newsreader, continuity man and journalist, who is also gay said that being gay at the BBC is "practically compulsory" He was joking of course.
Anyone who has worked there knows it. Anyone in Entertainment knows it, and of course this is hardly surprising. The BBC is also hideously druggie. However, when a group, any group of common interest or predeliction belong to a public body, such as the BBC, there is a clear conflict of interest. What? Well, when was the last time you saw any really negative depiction of homosexual lifestyles? The BBC are perfectly happy to pillory and pull apart the lives of straight white Tories, but what about Mandelson? He is currently attempting to smear Lord Ashcroft over his tax arrangements. Where is the dredging up of his murky financial dealings? Don't forget, for years, everytime John Redwood had anything to say, it was preceded by a clip of his embarrassing failure to sing the Welsh National Anthem. Indeed, they had to be reprimanded and forced to stop using it. Mandelson, for some reason, managed to suppress any mention of his sexual orientation for years, until he was outed, not by a bad straight guy, but by Matthew Parris. The Muirhead quote, though facetious, is crucial. It shows something interesting. I proves to me that there are gay people out there who understand what is going down. They can see outside of their little world and see that any kind of masonic cabal is inherently corrupt. So will gay folks who have some integrity start biting the hand that feeds them?
The number of stories that are emerging about gays at the BBC and elsewhere who die through a fatal attraction to excessive and perverse lifestyles is now reaching epidemic proportions. Not so long ago, Kevin Greening, a former BBC DJ, died similar circumstances:
At the time, Mr Greening was still wearing a rubber suit and still had cling film and "gaffer tape" wrapped around his torso. (Sky)
Today, we hear of the tragic death of another self-indulgent gay BBC employeee who had everything, but wanted more. No doubt, as I write, people are rushing to tell us how wonderful he was, just as they did when Stephen Gately died while his so called "civil partner" was having sex with a rent boy. Perhaps he was. But it is also possible he was just like one of many at the BBC who have entered its hallowed portals through a nod and a wink and a special hand-shake, and who, instead of being told to behave properly, were egged on in the "celebration" of a lifestyle that is decadent, harmful and occasionally, fatal. When will somebody stand up and say that this kind of culture is so obviously destructive, especially when it is mixed with illegal substance abuse? When will decent ordinary gay people stand up and declare that they want nothing to do with this celebration of nihilism that seems to take so many lives prematurely?
I very much look forward to a BBC documentary which explores the phenomena, or a fictional drama where a young man dies after being drugged and buggered by three gay men and is then dumped in a swimming pool and left to die, having been savagely injured internally. Or is that being a bit negative?