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  • BBC now run almost entirely by feminist psycho's
    We have been watching the massive plunge into depravity the BBC has taken when exposed as a predatory paedo protector. Jimmy Savile and a bunch of sick paedo's have been sheltered within the confines of a secretive organisation funded by the public yet instead produce some of the most vile warped interpretations of news anywhere across the globe. We ourselves have struggled to get them to answer Freedom of Information requests while they THINK they are above the law on these matters.

    Their main function seems to be to provide the royalist propaganda that elevates the royals to global superstar status despite their only claim to fame being the descendants of mass murderers and thieves. However when it comes to reporting news they are so pathologically driven that they seldom report crimes committed by a female, especially murder . If they do they usual add that some MAN or group of EVIL men have put them into positions to commit those crimes.

    We report regularly about the female murderers and child murderers that seldom reach the main national news on the BBC and on the rare occasion they do report these they usually add the fact that the woman in question has underlying psychiatric problems, especially if its the children that have been murdered. Yet if any of the above crimes were committed by a man the rabid man hating feminist streak comes out and every word that can describe that man in the most evil way is used to ensure MEN and only men are viewed as the main instigators of criminal acts including murder , while women are always coerced or have mental health problems .

    The BBC are now in a shocking state and no one can possibly believe the bullshit they now manufacture especially after protecting Jimmy Savile and his associates who for over 50 years committed the most heinous crimes against children while the BBC protected his name and in turn their name from the exposures now coming out since his death, when they reported him as some sort of HERO and legend. The sick psychopaths running this outfit need jailed for their part, not only in the crimes of their vile presenters, but for the manufacturing of the smear campaigns aimed at targeting males that in turn prop up the masonic tyranny going on in civil courts the length and breadth of the UK and where men are being fleeced in their millions and for millions. How much longer can the delusional rabid feminists get away with this gross abuse of public money for their own vile propaganda ?


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  • BBC predator paedo Jimmy Savile was regular visitor to Catholic school at centre of abuse scandal
    PREDATOR Jimmy Savile was a frequent guest of monks at the Catholic boarding school at the centre of a sex abuse scandal.

    The serial sex attacker regularly drove to Fort Augustus Abbey at a time when ex-pupils claim they were being terrorised by some of the monks. A BBC TV investigation, Sins of the Fathers, this week alleged that nine monks at the Benedictine Order school repeatedly beat, sexually assaulted and, in one case, raped boys in their care over several decades. Victims of the abuse complained but their testimony was ignored and covered up. Police are now investigating.

    Savile, who is known to have attacked scores of young girls and boys during decades of abuse, would park his Rolls-Royce, registered JS 247, at the school gates before swanning around the grounds. The former BBC presenter, known to have abused children at schools on other occasions, was invited to Fort Augustus on several occasions, according to pupils there. Disgraced Cardinal Keith O’Brien, a good friend of Savile’s, was also a regular visitor at the school.

    The revelations of Savile’s visits to the school came as it emerged that many more pupils have stepped forward to claim they, too, were victims of monk teachers. Savile spent much of his time in the Highlands even before buying a cottage in Glencoe in 1998, which was just over an hour’s drive from Fort Augustus. He was photographed in the library of the school in 1970, looking at ease in a striped boating blazer. A Metropolitan Police report into allegations of sexual assault by Savile found the presenter and DJ was a “prolific, predatory sex offender” who abused more than 200 people over a 60-year period. He died aged 84 in October 2011.

    Savile was a massive celebrity in the Highlands and was honorary chieftain of Lochaber Highland Games for nearly 40 years. After buying his cottage, he entertained guests there, including Prince Charles. After Savile’s huge catalogue of sexual crimes came to light following his death, his cottage was repeatedly attacked by vandals. It was sold in February this year for £203,000. A converted Range Rover Savile may have used to abuse young girls failed to sell after a hate campaign.

    The 1978 Carawagon estate – complete with double mattress in the back – was bought for £3000 in 1978 and was fitted with a bed, wash-hand basin and curtains. Alan Draper, an academic and former adviser to the Catholic Church in Scotland on child protection issues, said he was not surprised at the new claims emerging. He added: “I’m not sure I would wish to make any specific comment on Jimmy Savile’s connection. He was a well-known Catholic and he did a lot of charity work but it has also emerged that he was a sexual predator. “It would be impossible without proper evidence to connect the two.

    “However, I am not surprised that more victims have come forward. I thought the BBC documentary was quite sensitively done and moving and sometimes this treatment can encourage victims to come forward after many years. “I would hope the police investigation would result in charges being brought against anyone who might still be alive who is accused of criminal behaviour. “I also believe that any abbot or person involved in covering up such offences should be subject to criminal charges.”

    The BBC documentary claims one priest was allowed to move from Fort Augustus to his native Australia, where church bosses were none the wiser about allegations made against him in Scotland. He was suspended by the Australian church after the BBC tracked him down. More than a dozen former pupils at Fort Augustus and its feeder school Carlekemp, in East Lothian, have come forward to back up Monday’s heart-rending tales of abuse at the hands of several monks, some of whom are still alive. Five men claimed on the Sins Of Our Fathers documentary that they were raped or sexually abused by Father Aidan Duggan, an Australian monk who taught at Carlekemp and Fort Augustus between 1953 and 1974. Duggan died in 2004 but some abuse claims relate to men who are still alive.

    Donald Macleod, who attended Fort Augustus from 1961, said he was raped by Duggan when he was 14 but was not believed. The investigation also uncovered allegations that Fort Augustus was used as a “dumping ground” for problem clergy who had confessed to abusing children. O’Brien, who was forced to leave Scotland earlier this year after being forced to admit to inappropriate sexual behaviour, was guest of honour at the school’s old boys’ dinner last year.

    The cardinal, who resigned as archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh in February after the allegations of sexual misconduct, also appeared at several prestigious events at the school, where some of the monks who now stand accused were also in attendance. After Savile’s crimes were known, O’Brien demanded the disgraced DJ be stripped of his papal knighthood – bestowed in 1990. The pair met when O’Brien was priest at St Patrick’s Church in Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, in 1971. Savile was a regular visitor because his mother Agnes was friends with O’Brien’s colleague, Fr Denis O’Connell.

  • David Noakes said: “Freemasons in the BBC, the police and in the CPS were protecting Savile
    JIMMY Savile was a top-ranking Freemason whose pals in the shadowy society shielded him from justice, it was claimed. The depraved DJ even tried to recruit Peter Sutcliffe, according to a leading expert.

    David Noakes said: “Freemasons in the BBC, the police and in the criminal prosecution services were protecting Savile.” Another source claimed that was the reason the star was buried at an angle — as a Masonic honour and NOT because he wanted to face the sea in Scarborough. The society denies he was ever a member.

    Celebrity arrests could soar after horrified police discover Jimmy Savile's secret lair at record shop

    Names and sexual details of hundreds of girls were scrawled across huge wall in a scene from a horror film Stunned officers chipped away plaster at a ­record shop wall and unveiled a hidden list of names thought to belong to young victims of Jimmy Savile. The vile register, which contained the names, ages and a disgusting ratings system seemingly used to mark their sexual performance, was scrawled on a secret wall buried behind layers of wallpaper and plaster.

    A source revealed: “The wall looked like something straight out of a horror movie. There were lists and lists of names of the victims – it’s a shocking discovery.” The list of girls and young women is thought to identify ­hundreds of potential new victims abused at the hands of the BBC DJ and it raised fears Savile was at the centre of a celebrity paedophile ring. Police believe the major breakthrough could lead to further arrests – including other well-known celebrities. The wall also appeared to contain the names of girls the sick group hoped to target in the future. Officers who raided the shop in ­Greater Manchester after a tip-off will now try to trace the alleged victims. A source said the raid had provided the clearest evidence yet to show Savile was part of a larger group of monsters.

    The source said: “Savile appeared to be using the room above the record store as some kind of secret HQ to plan his vile acts. “There appears to be some suggestion that he was not acting alone either. “There were others who appear to be involved, several others, some of whom are household names.” As the specialist officers ripped away the layers from the wall, the names of up to 200 new ­people they believe he and accomplices attacked or planned to attack during the 1980s and 1990s were ­gradually revealed.

    At least one other well-known BBC figure and several celebrities are now being linked to the probe. Suspects face being quizzed in the coming weeks. The source added: “Police think there might be hundreds of new female victims that needed to be spoken to as a result of the record shop raid. Earlier this year it was suggested there were around 450 victims of Savile’s depraved actions.

    “This looks like an under-estimation. If the evidence on the wall is anything to go by, we could be talking in the region of 650 victims in all. It’s shocking.” Criminologist Professor David Wilson from Birmingham City University said the register was a way for the predators to boast about their conquests. He said: “In the age before the internet made it possible for paedophiles to ­communicate with each other and write about who they could abuse and the form that abuse may take, they found other methods. Paedophiles are constantly evolving ways of communicating.

    “By putting it on a wall they are making it public, but by hiding it, it is private. The public nature is because they are proud of it. It is a boasting system. It is a form of saying ‘this is what I’ve done. I’ve done more than you.’ It’s about them displaying their own sexual success in being able to abuse these children. “They also recognise this could lead to arrest, so they had to be careful about their sexual preferences.

    “At the time this was said to have taken place paedophiles used contact magazines and groups of associates to get in touch with each other. We are beginning to see how widespread Savile’s abuse was. “The significance of it having been found in a record shop is that at the time this was where all the young people went to buy their records and hang out. Now they download songs on the internet.”

    Police carried out the raid a few weeks ago. The findings potentially raise the depravity of disgraced Savile – who died at 84 in October 2011 – to new levels. A joint police and NSPCC report published in January declared that with at least 450 victims, he was one of Britain’s most ­prolific sex offenders. Commander Peter Spindler said Savile “groomed the nation” as he raised millions for charity while using his status as a platform for abuse.

    Leeds-born Savile had links with ­Greater Manchester stretching back to the 1950s when he managed a ballroom in the city. His first known attack took place in ­Manchester in 1955. Investigators who revealed the scale of his abuse said he used his appeal to target the vulnerable. In 1964, Savile’s name was mentioned to police investigating allegations that men were exploiting girls from Duncroft ­Approved School in Surrey.

    Police arrested two men in London and a ledger showed Savile was a regular ­visitor there. Following his death, 28 police forces recorded 214 crimes ­committed by the presenter, including 34 rape claims. The latest allegation against him was from 2009 when he was aged 82. The report said he targeted children as young as eight and sexually attacked at least 23 of his victims on BBC premises. In 1972 during a break in filming, Savile groped a 12-year-old boy and felt the breasts of the youngster’s two friends.

    Investigators also found he carried out abuse in at least 14 hospitals between 1955 and 2009, including Great Ormond Street and one hospice. Savile was stripped of his knighthood when dozens of women came forward to say he attacked them during his 54-year campaign of abuse. Officers launched Operation Yewtree to probe the claims and there are now three strands to the investigation. One concerns Savile’s crimes ­exclusively, while another relates to allegations against Savile and others.

    The third concentrates on ­accusations unconnected to Savile but which emerged following publicity. A host of soap stars, DJs and TV ­presenters have been arrested during nationwide probes into historical sex offences in cases not connected to Savile. BBC presenter Stuart Hall had his prison sentence for a series of assaults on girls doubled to 30 months on Friday.

    Three Appeal Court judges ruled his original 15-month term was “inadequate”. The former It’s A Knockout host, 83, ­admitted sexually assaulting 13 girls aged nine to 17 over nearly 20 years. Coronation Street star Bill Roache is one of the best-known actors to be held over allegations in the aftermath of the Savile scandal. He was charged in May with raping a ­teenage girl in 1967. Roache has been bailed until his next court appearance on September 2 when he will enter formal pleas.

    The actor, who has played Ken Barlow in the ITV1 soap since its launch, also faces charges of five indecent assaults­ ­involving four girls aged between 11 or 12 and 16. He denies all the claims. His fellow Corrie star Michael Le Vell, who plays mechanic Kevin Webster, has been taken off air after being charged with 19 offences against a child, including rape, indecent assault and sexual activity. Police have been inundated with calls following coverage of Savile’s depraved legacy.

    It is claimed more of those ­allegedly abused are now finding the courage to come forward because the police are taking a new approach – giving potential victims hope their cases will be treated seriously. Dozen of other arrests so far include Gary Glitter and comedian Freddie Starr.

    Comic Jimmy Tarbuck was ­arrested at his home in South West London in May in ­connection with a historic child sex abuse claim. And PR guru Max ­Clifford has been charged with 11 indecent assaults allegedly committed ­between 1966 and 1985. The 70-year-old has vowed to clear his name. All those who have been ­arrested have vehemently ­denied any wrongdoing.

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    Why the BBC promote Twitter and Facebook
    bbc spies Anyone who has ever crossed paths with a BBC reporter will know they are in bed with MI5. The BBC, as the mouthpiece for the British establishment and their freemason mafia, will openly audio record statements from victims NOT to publish them on their TV or radio shows but to forward to their spy friends at MI5.

    Since the Ed Snowden revelations that Twitter, Google and Facebook have a none to cosy relationship with the American spy networks it comes as no surprise that in virtually every BBC program viewers are invited to contact the BBC via twitter or Facebook. For a publicly funded body to be promoting corporations is a national disgrace but to also encourage their viewers to use the very systems so closely connected with America's NSA and who have used those connections to spy on the personal thoughts of BBC viewers who wish to comment on potentially sensitive news items, makes the BBC complicit with the whole spying agenda.

    We have spent many years exposing the lies and secrecy of the BBC, that some may not have agreed with, but with the ongoing revelations and the degree to which spying is taking place it does NOT require a rocket scientist to work out that BBC staff have effectively been pushing their viewers into the very hands of those networks prepared to pass on their private communications to America's spy chiefs for their dissertation.

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    I was proud to wear uniform of Bullingdon Club, admits David Dimbleby
    david dimbelby isis Dimbleby Bullingdon bully and political voice of the BBC

    We have known for a very long time BBC's Question Time was a carefully crafted piece of political propaganda that ensured very little of how the UK is really controlled gets out thanks to the placement of one of the royal parasites head honcho's sitting in charge of the debate shutting down anything that dares to expose the hypocrisy of a vile corporation subsidized by the peasants yet remains a total mouthpiece for the British establishment and their vile control network.

    Every event that promotes the royals you can find the BBC and its royal henchman spouting the utter guff that tries to provide a facade of respectability to the worlds most EVIL parasites . The British royals have a long history of a brutal dictatorship that silently stifles ANY debate on how they get rid of anyone who dares expose their operations. The psychiatric gulags are FULL of victims of their tyranny and where the mental health act shuts down those who resist the vile threats, bullying, intimidation, persecution and psychological torture that the royal parasites freemason henchmen have fine tuned to ensure they are NEVER directly involved in the deaths in these institutions or in the back of a masonic cop car or cop cell or even a victim of a cop taser attack or shotgun .

    Dimbleby is typical of EVERYTHING that is wrong in British society he was educated at Charterhouse an elitist school that like Eton brainwashes the pupils to serve the royals and then on to Oxford before filling all the top jobs that the peasants need not apply for.

    david dimbelby Being a former member of the Bullingdon Club is nothing to be ashamed of, David Dimbleby, the BBC broadcaster, has insisted. However, he claims that the exploits of his day did not resemble the “disgusting, disgraceful” behaviour of Boris Johnson.

    Dimbleby, who graduated with a third class degree from Christ Church, Oxford, said he had “loved” being elected to the club and was “really proud” of his uniform. Insisting his cohort “never broke windows or got wildly drink”, he dismissed opinions claiming that he ought to be ashamed of his membership. The Bullingdon Club, a select society of Oxford students, is known for the riotous exploits of its members at its dinner parties. Its alumni include members of the Cabinet including the Prime Minister and the Chancellor, as well as Mr Johnson, the Mayor of London. Speaking to the Radio Times, Dimbleby disassociated himself with the politicians’ well-publicised youthful exploits, but added: “I loved being elected to the Bullingdon Club and I’m very proud of the uniform that I can still get into.”

    “We never broke windows or got wildly drunk. It was a completely different organisation from what it clearly became when Boris Johnson, David Cameron and George Osborne joined, who seem to be ashamed of it, pulling their photographs and so on. But we never did these disgusting, disgraceful things that Boris did.” Earlier this year, Mr Johnson confessed that he looked back on his Bullingdon days with a sense of “deep, deep self-loathing”, despite keeping up the tradition of still greeting members with a cry of “Buller Buller Buller”.

    “This is a truly shameful vignette of almost superhuman undergraduate arrogance, toffishness and twittishness,” Mr Johnson has admitted, when reminded of his exploits as part of a documentary. “But at the time you felt it was wonderful to be going round swanking it up. Or was it? Actually I remember the dinners being incredibly drunken.” Referring to one dinner, in which a restaurant was smashed up, he added: “The abiding memory is of deep, deep self-loathing.”

    In his interview, Dimbleby also entered into the controversy of older women in television, saying their exclusion was a “crazy loss of talent”. Speaking about Anna Ford, the former newsreader who had called him a “charming dinosaur” as she lamented the loss of experienced journalists on screen, he said: “Why should age matter with women? “Women mature elegantly and better than men, very often. I don’t think age should be a factor for women appearing on television.

    “There is a section among television executives who are always being hammered — quite wrongly in my view — to get the biggest possible audience, and [they are told] attractive young women will bring in a bigger audience than less attractive, older women – to say nothing of less attractive older men, like me. “That’s the way the TV — not just the BBC — industry works. And I think it’s wrong. If you look at American TV you’ll find it keeps women at work. They use their experience in that same way that they would use John Simpson’s experience or mine, such as it is. “It’s just a cultural shift that’s needed. And I agree that it is demeaning to women and I also think it’s a crazy loss of talent.”

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  • BBC Propaganda: Lies and distortion

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    THIS IS RICH COMING FROM THE BIGGEST PROPAGANDA MERCHANT ON THE PLANET. Even in an article about propaganda they are still using propaganda themselves.

    Propaganda has a bad name. It is what repressive regimes use to glorify their leaders, motivate their citizens and demonise their enemies. It is about lies and distortion, manipulation and misrepresentation.

    But it is also, according to the British Library, about alerting people to the risks of disease, about making sure children learn how to cross the road safely and about building a perfectly legitimate sense of common purpose among the citizens of a democracy. The library's new exhibition, Propaganda: Power and Persuasion, takes a broad definition of its subject.

    Ian Cooke, the exhibition's co-curator, defines it as any communication designed to change the way we think or to alter our behaviour. So the exhibition encompasses public information films like the 1970s Green Cross Code road campaigns, featuring footballer Kevin Keegan and actor David Prowse (Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy), and the campaign alerting Britons to the dangers of Aids, voiced by John Hurt, and those "coughs and sneezes spread diseases" posters which have been around for decades.

    'A tool'

    And it includes banknotes, postage stamps, a display of model Eiffel Towers and Nelson's Columns and a huge photographic blow-up of Mount Rushmore, illustrating the ways states use iconography and subliminal propaganda to brand themselves and promote a sense of belonging and common purpose among the citizenry. From 1930s Britain there is a spectacular poster of a family aboard a liner off Gibraltar by Charles Pears, promoting the Empire Marketing Board. Liberty Speaking An American war bond stamp issued to raise funds during World War I

    "You can think of propaganda as really just a tool, something that's quite neutral, and used by all states," says Mr Cooke. "One argument is that in democracies you need propaganda more because you have to govern by consent, so you need to bring public opinion with you... so the comparison with more ideologically-driven, authoritarian, or totalitarian states doesn't always have to apply." But inevitably, much of the content is less benign.

    There is what is said to be the world's most reproduced painting, Chairman Mao Goes to Anyuan, declared a model of Cultural Revolution art in 1967. It was painted when Mao was 74, but shows him as a young man striding atop a cloud-shrouded mountain to win a miner's strike in 1922. A similar painting from 1949 shows the young Joseph Stalin reading a Georgian epic poem. Mountains feature in that one too. In the same vein there is a spectacular life-size portrait of Napoleon, in laurel wreath and coronation robes, painted to hang in the council chamber at Montpellier shortly before the emperor's fall. It was returned a year later to the artist, the bill unpaid.

    And there is a repellent anti-Semitic poster from Nazi-occupied France, with the legend "Derriere tout: le Juif". Blatant pro-Israeli zionist propaganda in this statement

    Nuclear advice

    Propaganda has a habit of dating badly. One of the most entertaining but also chilling exhibits is a 1950s film called "Duck and Cover", featuring an animated character called Bert the Turtle and a jaunty little song, which sets out to tell American schoolchildren what to do in the event of a nuclear attack - crawl under the schoolroom desk and cover their heads with their hands, apparently.

    The art of propaganda is not telling lies but rather seeing the truth you require and giving it mixed up with some truths the audience wants to hear” Richard Crossman Politician

    Propaganda is often at its least subtle at times of conflict.

    Some of the most direct and compelling exhibits come from the two world wars, including James Montgomery Flagg's 1917 recruiting poster, "I Want You for US Army", in which Uncle Sam, with white top hat and penetrating stare, points directly at the viewer; and a British fund-raising poster from 1915 showing a hapless German soldier felled by an enormous British coin, "Lend Your Five Shillings to Your Country... and Crush the Germans." But even in wartime propagandists are capable of a lighter touch. Two of the most surprising exhibits are a pair of fashionable women's headscarves from World War II, one showing a map of London bomb-sites with the slogan "London can take it again", recycling the US broadcaster Ed Murrow's famous phrase from the Blitz of 1940 to sustain morale and rally support for the war in the face of a renewed bombing campaign. The best propaganda, the exhibition implies, is that which distorts least. It opens with a selection of quotations.

    "The art of propaganda is not telling lies but rather seeing the truth you require and giving it mixed up with some truths the audience wants to hear," according to Labour politician Richard Crossman. A woman views a US Army poster which is on display as part of the Propaganda: Power and Persuasion exhibition at the British Library in central London The exhibition runs until 17 September

    "The propagandist is a man who canalizes an already existing stream. In a land where there is no water, he digs in vain," according to author Aldous Huxley. And in one display case is a typewritten memo from newspaper baron Lord Northcliffe, a leading British propagandist of World War I, whose rules for successful propaganda include "What can be done by open means must not be done by occult means", "Lies are the least effective form of propaganda" and "Propaganda that looks like propaganda is third-rate propaganda".

    The exhibition, which runs until 17 September, ends with an installation showing the torrent of twitter messages inspired by events like the London 2012 Olympics and Barack Obama's inauguration.

    'Fake grassroots'

    Classic propaganda involves Them telling Us what to think or how to behave. So can it survive in a world of social media, which is supposedly all about us telling each other spontaneously what we think? Apparently it can. Eliane Glaser wrote Get Real, a book about communications in the modern world. She says governments and politicians use the informality of social media to deliver a carefully-planned message.

    "They emphasise the role of direct engagement with consumers taking part in the marketing process, and they talk of two-way communications with consumers, which sounds very egalitarian," she says. "But what it really means is that consumers are now circulating entertaining viral adverts on Facebook and companies are using 'Astroturf' or fake grassroots techniques to create the appearance of a broad base of support for their product or message, and I think these Astroturf techniques are becoming endemic both in politics and marketing."

    So when you were tweeting enthusiastically during the televised opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics, it seems that you were in reality complicit in a piece of propaganda designed to make us all feel good about ourselves and our country.


    A list of their obsessions could start with sport, present wars , past wars, royals and smearing men . The paedo protecting BBC is run by psychopaths especially the ranting feminist mob that have taken over the running of the news editorial including zionist leaning Danny Cohen. They are totally and utterly obsessed with wars past and present and hardly a day goes by that they don't remind us of some war drummed into the psyche to suggest they had been carried out to set us FREE, or at least what their interpretation of 'FREE' is supposed to be and not under the control of a royalist regime and her foot soldiers the creepy satanic freemason henchmen who get away with persecution in relative secrecy . Few of those targeted get access to the media to expose how that persecution operates.

    The BBC employed vile predatory paedo's like Jimmy Savile to endlessly promote the royal parasite's despite long history's of child abuse and demands the question just who is in charge of a public broadcaster bought and paid for by the long suffering British public ? They assume ALL men are as obsessed with sport as they are themselves or at least they use sport to distract men from how they are being targeted by the crown and its judicial mafia for their entire estates. SPORT is NOT news and no matter how often they wheel BBC management on to justify endless sports reviews, large swathes of Britain don't want or need to hear another banal description of a grown man kicking a bit of leather into the back of a net as if that is the most important thing to men while women are wheeled on endlessly to smear men as the abusers of women and children and the same sport they promote is used as the supposed instigator of domestic abuse. A hypocritical system were the BBC promote the very sports that they themselves claim produce violent attacks on women and children.

    There are violent men as there are violent women however the BBC greatly exaggerate men's violence while reporting of women murderers are kept to a very minimum. Why would the BBC do that? They are controlled by the law society and judges who require endless excuses to remove men from their homes, children and estates while painting women , who they use to attack men in divorce courts, as sickly sweet and ALWAYS the victims of mens violence. The same evil bastards that generate this propaganda only to happy to support wars that murder millions of women and children en masse.

    The BBC and the recent exposures of abusers Jimmy Savile, Stuart Hall, Rolf Harris, Dave Lee Travis, Jimmy Tarbuck, John Peel among others show a public broadcaster getting away with murder and being allowed to manipulate the population using sinister psychological programming using presenters with a long history of abuse and who are blackmailable ensuring they stick to the masonic agenda that the BBC was set up to protect, that is the royals and their henchmen at ALL cost.

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  • Another BBC predatory paedo presenter admits 14 indecent assaults against girls as young as nine
    - Stuart Hall admits indecent assaults on girls between 1967 and 1986
    - He previously denied wrongdoing saying allegations were 'pernicious'
    - He has been bailed until sentencing next month
    - His 'disgrace is complete,' says his barrister

    Veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has admitted indecently assaulting 13 girls, the youngest aged nine. Hall, 83, entered the guilty pleas last month at Preston Crown Court but they can only be revealed today after reporting restrictions were lifted. The sex offences took place between 1967 and 1986.

    Despite previous vociferous public denials of any wrongdoing, Hall calmly and repeatedly answered "guilty" when the charges were put to him at the hearing on April 16. Sat in front of the dock with his legal representatives, he confirmed his full name of James Stuart Hall to the clerk in the plea hearing. He then stood up as he uttered the single damning word which has now ruined his reputation.

    The Recorder of Preston, Judge Anthony Russell QC, told him he would be required to sign the Sex Offenders Register. He was told a notice which he needed to fill in would be sent to his home in Cheshire within days. A brief outline of the abuse suffered by three of his victims, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was outlined at an earlier hearing at Preston Magistrates' Court. In the 1980s Hall molested a nine-year-old girl by putting his hand up her clothing.

    He also kissed a 13-year-old girl on the lips after he said to her: "People need to show thanks in other ways." On another occasion in the 1970s he fondled the breast of a girl aged 16 or 17. Hall was charged with those three offences on the same day as was arrested by Lancashire Constabulary on December 5 last year. The BBC said at the time that the former It's A Knockout presenter, a regular football match summariser on Radio 5 Live, would not work for the corporation until the matter was resolved. He was subsequently charged with historic sex offences against 10 more girls. He also faced a charge of rape of a 22-year-old woman, but this was dropped.

    Following those allegations, Hall read out a strident condemnation to reporters in which he labelled the claims as "pernicious, callous, cruel and above all spurious". He said he had endured "a living nightmare" and but for his "very loving family" may have considered taking his own life. Hall has been a familiar face and voice in British broadcasting for half a century and was awarded an OBE in the 2012 New Year Honours. His eccentric and erudite football match summaries made him a cult figure on BBC Radio 5 Live. He also wrote a weekly sport column for the Radio Times magazine up until his arrest. Hall was granted bail until his sentencing date on June 17.

    Judge Russell told him that all sentencing options remain open including immediate custody. Hall's barrister, Crispin Aylett QC, said: "The defendant is, of course, sorry for what he has done. Through me he wishes to apologise to his victims. "He is not a man easily moved to self pity but he is only too aware his disgrace is complete."

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    AN ex-Beeb producer freed without charge by Jimmy Savile cops told The Sun last night how stars preying on young women became rife there. Wilfred De’Ath said even top chiefs were involved and added: “Everyone at the BBC was at it — everyone.” De’Ath, 75, said: “It would be quicker to tell you who wasn’t.

    “There was a culture at the BBC, including very senior executives, who were at it. It went right up to heads of department.” He revealed one former Radio 1 star pal feared being the next high-profile arrest and had admitted to De’Ath: “We didn’t check birth certificates in those days.” The ex-producer added: “He’s now looking over his shoulder.”

    But De’Ath, who joined the Beeb in 1962, laid bare the sexist atmosphere there that let fiends like Savile attack women at will. The retired producer — now a divorced dad of two — confessed: “We were all womanisers. I’m talking nearly 50 years ago. There wasn’t this sensitivity about sex. “Everybody knew about Savile. But it was a very different culture and women were regularly harassed, fondled and groped by everybody, not just him.

    “There was a senior colleague of mine who, every time he saw a particular black woman, would put his head under her blouse. “Today she would go to her boss and then the police, but then it was all seen as a big joke, good fun.” However, De’Ath admitted he was disgusted by the antics of some perverts, such as shamed DJ Jonathan King — given seven years’ jail in 2001 for sex attacks on five boys in the 1980s. He recalled: “Jonathan King is a horrible, horrible man. He was always hanging around on my programmes, trying to pick up boys. “There were so many incidents and you really saw the nasty side of some very big celebrities.” De’Ath admitted regretting not raising the alarm after he saw Savile — whom he said he met just twice — take a girl who looked under 13 to a hotel.

    He added: “The Jimmy Savile scandal has caused a huge backwash of filth which has only emerged now. There must be thousands of victims out there.” De’Ath admitted bedding 30 girls in his first three years at the Beeb until he got wed — but insisted none was underage. He said: “Girls would fling themselves at famous people, at all of us. We’re human and we tend to take sexual opportunities when they come along.

    “You would proposition 100 women in the hope that two would say yes. “I wouldn’t describe myself as a sexual predator, but I took advantage of sexual opportunity.” Yet in his 2008 memoirs Uncommon Criminal, De’Ath calls himself a “sexual predator” and a sex-obsessed voyeur. The book tells how he tried to target film beauties Susannah York, Julie Christie and Charlotte Rampling but does not say whether he slept with them.

    The former producer, of Cambridge, was seized last November after a famous actress claimed he molested her in a cinema in 1965 when she was about 14. The case was dropped on Monday when she withdrew her statement. He said: “It was either mistaken identity or some kind of vindictiveness on her part to go to police. She was the most charming girl when I met her but we never had a sexual encounter. “We met at a North London party but never even went to the cinema. I’m going to see my solicitors about what to do next.”

    And he told how his arrest had rocked him and daughter Emma, a Beeb telly producer. He said: “It’s been embarrassing for her and difficult for me. You really realise who your friends are when you’re at the centre of a witch-hunt. But I’m still in touch with Terry Wogan. He’s a very close friend of mine.” De’Ath was the third of 11 people so far arrested in the Operation Yewtree probe, launched in the wake of the Savile scandal.

    He added: “It’s come too late and police are arresting the wrong people. “The police feel so humiliated by their lamentable failure to get Savile that they have come after all of us. You can tell in their faces how embarrassed they are. “They are desperate to get somebody and I just got caught up in the net.” Other top names arrested and bailed in the inquiry include funnymen Freddie Starr and Jim Davidson, former Radio 1 favourite Dave Lee Travis and PR guru Max Clifford — who all deny wrongdoing.

    Also held was convicted pop pervert Gary Glitter. Crown prosecutors recently revealed plans for further arrests of “very high-profile” suspects. However, a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary has slammed cops for failing to probe claims against Savile dating back almost 50 years.