Sorry for the headline – we had a Sun moment for a second.
Anyway, as if Christianity in this country is not already under threat.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) who annually demands money with menaces from each and every household regardless of whether they watch or even receive BBC broadcasts or programming have taken it upon themselves to record Easter services at Christmas – to save money.
Pat Younge is apparently Chief Creative Officer for BBC Vision Productions, and earns £310,000 a year from license fee money for the privilege of deciding that Easter came early this year which, according to other reports, may be more to do with social engineering and less with saving money as he claims.
Soon after taking his post with BBC Vision, Mr Younge clearly shows a racist tendency by announcing that TV bosses should face the sack if they “don’t hit ethnic targets” which implies that he does not believe that the best person for the job should be considered for that job – regardless of colour of skin, orientation, gender or age.
Even though the BBC has failed to hit its own targets, we will no doubt be seeing more discrimination from this public funded corporate body as they decide to implement their own brand of social engineering to suit the wishes of an elitist system. The Lambeth Walk discusses the “Joys of Diversity in the BBC” with a hard hitting analysis of what such control in the hands of BBC executives might mean.
Far be it from us to make personal comments but we think it fair to say that Mr Younge has done quite well from his vast salary and that the good life is very obvious if one compares this publicity shot from July 2009 with the picture above – he has moved very comfortably into his fat-cat role.
Mr Younge, there is enough class, race and social engineering being carried out by the government, we do not need racists such as yourself to muddy the water and create even more barriers between people than there already are. By emphasising the colour of a persons skin, you are showing your true colours.
If the BBC feel that it is appropriate to save money, then perhaps the likes of Mr Younge should be the first saving – it is completely unacceptable for Christianity to be relegated to an after thought when it is so important to so many people. The deceive anyone is bad but to deceive the very people paying for your place in life is beyond comprehension. The BBC would be better off not arranging to televise these services in the first place.
The very spirit of Christmas and Easter is under fire with commercialism taking precedence over humanity – for the BBC to carry out this deception and try to fool people with such an elaborate charade is reprehensible.