'Racist Drivel’: Conservative MP Cancels His BBC Licence over Racism Against White Women
Posted on: 07/07/2020 04:28 PM

A commenter says: "At the BBC, one black man killed in Minneapolis is worth weeks of agitated reporting; hundreds of black Christians killed in Nigeria by other blacks, or white farmers murdered by blacks in South Africa are never mentioned; ever.

The BBC is racist to the core."

Conservative MP Ben Bradley said that he has cancelled his BBC licence in reaction to a recent podcast on “white privilege” and “Karens”, which he described as racist towards white women.

In a promotional clip for BBC Sound’s No Country for Young Women podcast, the presenter, British Pakistani comedian Sadia Azmat, asked her two guests — both white women — ‘Chicken Shop Date’ Youtuber Amelia Dimoldenberg and feminist historian Dr Charlotte Riley from Southampton University: “How can white women not be Karens?”

Dimoldenberg replied: “Don’t be so loud. Stop shouting and stop attacking black voices. Instead, you should be uplifting them,”

Dr Riley added: “Get out of the way, basically.”

In response to the clip, the Member of Parliament for Mansfield Ben Bradley said: “BBC spending £100m on diversity and this junk (which honestly is racist! Would not be acceptable the other way around!) whilst at the same time ditching regional news in order to save £25m.”

“Absolute joke. Cancelling my TV license [sic]. I don’t need to pay for this,” he declared.

'Racist Drivel’: Conservative MP Cancels His BBC Licence over Racism Against White Women

[size=medium]The BBC deleted the clip from social media, and said that it was not featured in the podcast itself, with a spokesman saying: “The episode itself is an in-depth and broad discussion on racism, class, feminism and stereotypes.”

@bbc spending £100m on diversity and this junk

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