BBC Hyprocisy At It’s Worst. Children In Need 2012

wogan hellThere he stands, all smug with his wibble wobble Irish charm, Sir Terry Wogan fronting yet another evening of Flagellation from the BBC. In a very awkward juxta position, the very same BBC who turned a blind eye to the antics of paedophile Sir Jimmy Savile and friends for decades tries to carry on as if nothing has happened.

The BBC has broadcast this Smorgasburg of inane celebrity nonsense, mixed with heart pulling footage of deprived  children, every November since 1980, raising millions of pounds. Very honorable you may think, but at the same time it was allowing a powerful paedophile network to abuse the very children it was using the licence payers money to promote helping. Lets face it, no one does something for nothing. Wogan, who at one time was actually paid to do this gig received a knighthood, and last night it was used to boost the careers of the various members of Girls Allowed.

I just found the whole evening very uncomfortable, and in very bad taste. Was it right to allow Wogan, the man the establishment used to try to destroy David Icke, to front the show. Let me make this very clear, I’m not suggesting that Wogan is directly implicated in the BBC scandal in any way. But he has worked for the BBC since the 1960’s, on the very same station as Savile, John Peel, Alan Freeman, and Dave Lee Travis. If minor DJ’s of the day like Paul Gambaccini knew it was happening, surely they all did?

Radio 1 DJ's, (left to right) Jimmy Savile, Ed Stewart, Dave LeeThe BBC is in total disarray, but they still manage to put their head in the sand and carry on as if nothing had happened. Yes they  raised over £26,000,000, brilliant news, only a few days after letting Entwistle shuffle of with his pockets stuffed full of cash.

This dinosaur is outdated, and out of control. It’s time to realise that Lord Reith is long dead, the BBC has lost the respect it once had. Maybe it’s time to get rid of it for once and for all.

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