BBC Any Questions mindscapes the public to support the paedophiles



Earlier tonight I listened to BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby. One of the questions was should those accused of child abuse be afforded the same anonymity as the alleged victims until they are convicted. 

The audience questions on these panel discussion shows are often planted and always vetted beforehand, so we can be fairly sure that this question was part of a BBC strategy to generate an artificial clamour for the names of celebrities accused of paedophilia to be kept secret. In his line of questioning of the panellists, Dimbleby strongly implied that all of this hounding of celebrities and establishment figures was most unseemly. 

He even wrongly reinterpreted the question to make it seem like the questioner was only calling for anonymity for those questioned, when in fact the question suggested that even those officially charged should be shielded from public view. 

The audience (packed?) also seemed very sympathetic to the idea that accusations of celebrity paedophilia should not be made public. It seems there is a massive media mindscaping going on right now to paint those accusing bigwigs and celebs of paedophilia as deluded, hysterical and unjust. 

To amplify this further: just now on BBC TV’s Have I Got News For You, David Mitchell, the BBC’s in house satirist (above) who was chairing the show made a nasty jibe about Philip Schofield. As with 9/11 truthers, the line coming from the mainstream media is that those who talk of establishment paedophile rings are not to be taken seriously.

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RE MAX CLIFFORD

TAP  –  NOW HERE’S SOMEONE WHO KNOWS WHERE ALL THE BODIES ARE BURIED.   ARE THE POLICE INVESTIGATING PAEDOPHILE SEX OFFENCES OR JUST SEX OFFENCES?  THE REPORTS DON’T MAKE IT CLEAR.JULIA –  GOOD OBSERVATION TAP, IS IT SEX OFFENCES OR PAEDOPHILE SEX OFFENCES? OR ARE THEY JUST TRYING TO BLUR THE BOUNDARIES? ARE THEY JUST TRYING TO NORMALISE PAEDOPHILIA? THE BBC ARE NOW DOING A RADIO PROGRAMME QUESTIONING WHETHER PEOPLE WHO VIEW IMAGES ARE ABUSERS. This whole paedophile explosion could go one way or the other. The elite are using the publicity to make paedophilia a normal acceptable part of everyday society, just like the common cold now is. 
And some of us are fighting to bring down the global elite paedophile network.
Somewhere in the middle, there are people trying to equate paedophilia with homosexuality. Possibly they are trolls. Paedophilia is sexual abuse of children against their will. Children are deemed not able to give their consent to such an act, rightly so. Paedophiles can be either gender attacking either gender of child. Homosexuals are consenting adults of the same gender. 

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8 Responses to “BBC Any Questions mindscapes the public to support the paedophiles”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Go and suggest that to the abused then Jonathan. You’d be one of those guys at the BBC who would of shelved the Savile exposure. Keep up the good work old boy-afterall you’re getting paid. Twat.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Max Clifford should be described as a ‘Domestic Terrorist’, due to the fact he creates ‘LIE’s’.
    He blend’s fact and fiction, and makes ‘make believe’, out to be truth.
    Best make a place in Prison for him, or get the rope ready.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I think if the homosexual community made an effort to expose the paedos in its midst, people would be less likely to point the finger there. Because of the protected legal status (assumptions of victimhood) around homosexuals, that’s a good place to hide. Heteros have to move hell and high water and wait many years to get lists of paedos living in their area, so where is the parallel effort with the homosexual community. I just don’t see it, and that’s what is drawing accusations.

    People like Tatchell who present initially as a homosexual victims/rights activist, now apparently he’s promoting (voluntary) pedophilia, so it all just get real blurry there, dunnit? It’s also significant that Kinsey, a revered figure in the homosexual world was not only a scientific fraud but a paedophile.

    It’s also true that the commonest arena for sexual abuse of children is the family, older siblings, parents etc. I don’t think we should forget that either.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Peter Tatchell wanted to stand as a new labour candidate, and after he was elected spring up with gay/pedo new laws
    but he was exposed, i know because for some years i was a senior sexual counselordealing with child rape, with young girls their sex organs are undeveloped, so the perpetrator goes for the anus,
    e g ” homosexiualsex “
    so it does not matter too uch to gays which sex the child is because its the bottom they want

  5. Julia says:

    Classic psychopathic behaviour is to MOVE THE SPOTLIGHT. All the focus is now on the abusers, the criminals as the victims. All the nation’s sympathy is now being directed towards them. The real victims, the abused children, some now adults, are being conveniently put in the shadows.

  6. horehound says:

    Bizarrely David Mitchell defends Jimmy Saville in the first edition of his new autobiography, which was published just before the ITV documentary went out, google – David Mitchall Saville for more info.

  7. Anonymous says:

    David Mitchell is nothisreal name.
    he is a jew.
    David is establishment and anti-Britian, remember that
    BTW stephen fry is as well
    pete wilson

  8. Anonymous says:

    Will this need editing then? :-

    Early life

    Mitchell’s ancestry can in part be traced back to the Highland Clearances.[3] He was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, to Ian Douglas Mitchell and Kathy Grey Mitchell (née Hughes),[1] who were then hotel managers. In 1977, his parents gave up their jobs in order to look after a then two year old Mitchell.[2] He attended Napier House primary school.[4] He was an only child until seven and a half years old when his parents had another son, Daniel.[5][6][4] The family moved to Oxford where Mitchell’s parents became lecturers on hotel management at Oxford Polytechnic.[2][6] Ian was born in Liverpool of Scottish ancestry and Kathy is Welsh so Mitchell considers himself British rather than English.[7]

    In a 2006 interview with The Independent, Mitchell stated his childhood dreams:

    When I was at school I either wanted to be a comedian-stroke-actor or prime minister. But I didn’t admit that to other people, I said I wanted to be a barrister and that made my parents very happy. I didn’t admit I wanted to be a comedian until I came to university, met a lot of other people who wanted to be comedians, and realised it was an okay thing to say.[8]

    From the age of twelve he was educated at the independent Abingdon School in Oxfordshire. Having always been top of the class at primary school, once he moved to Abingdon he realised that there were plenty of people more intelligent than he was, and so turned his attention to debating and drama “where [he] had a chance of being the best.”[6] There, Mitchell often took part in plays, “largely because you got to play cards backstage.”[8] His roles mainly consisted of small minute-long parts, until he won the role of Rabbit in Winnie-the-Pooh, and this was the first time that he was “consciously aware I was doing a performance” and that that “was better, even, than playing cards.”[8] Mitchell had been “obsessed” with comedy writing since his school days, as he “always felt that doing a joke was the cleverest thing”, and “would intrinsically prefer a parody of something to the actual thing itself”.[9]

    Rejected by the University of Oxford,[4] in 1993 he went up to Peterhouse, Cambridge where he read history.[2] There he began performing with the Cambridge Footlights, of which he became president[10] for the 1995/6 academic year.[11] He was in his first year at university when he met Robert Webb during rehearsals for a 1993 Footlights production of Cinderella,[12] and the two men soon set up a comedy partnership.[9] These factors had a detrimental effect on his studies at university and he attained a 2:2 in his final exams.[9] Before his break into comedy Mitchell worked as an usher at the Lyric Hammersmith theatre,[13] and in the cloakroom of TFI Friday among other jobs.[14]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Mitchell_(comedian)

    HETT

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