An episode of Newsnight, broadcast two days ago, is available to victims of the BBC tax on iPlayer for the next 11 months. My thanks to a friend for showing it to me via a screenshare.
It was a classic BBC piece – anti-England, anti-male, anti-white. It started 10 minutes before the end of the England v Denmark game at Wembley, possibly the most important win for England since the 1966 Word Cup, particularly if England win the Euro competition in two days’ time.
Emily Maitlis, the sole presenter, turned to a British Asian reportress in a pub in Leicester, who proceeded to ask three hysterical drunken women how they felt about the result. This was followed by a discussion with four people:
- Daniel Finkelstein, the Jewish peer and former Times editor who told me to “f*** off” during our anti-MGM protest outside a Conservative party conference in Birmingham (short video on our YouTube channel). He expressed support for the England team “taking the knee” for the Marxist, racist, sexist organization Black Lives Matter.
- Lucy Ford, co-founder of #HerGameToo, who managed to talk at length about sexism and racism in the game, and condescendingly referred to Gareth Southgate and the England players as “lads”. Predictably, most of her utterly banal wittering was about herself. It was like watching Laura Bates after a couple of invigorating glasses of wine. She, too, supported “taking the knee”.
- Stephen Bush, the (black) Political Editor of The New Statesman, whose utterances on “culture” have already escaped me.
- Steve Parish, chairman of Crystal Palace FC.
Of the four, only Parish talked about football and his elation with the England victory, over 15:38 – 18:07. The segment on the game started at the beginning and ended at 24:46, so more than 90% of the piece was BBC propaganda.
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