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Woke BBC Boss Wants Half Of Gay Employees To Be Out & Proud

A new diversity drive by BBC Director General Tim Davie aims for 95 per cent of staff to receive unconscious bias training and for at least half of gay employees to be out and proud. Davie also wants a 50-50 split of male and female staff.

The corporation wants at least 20 per cent of staff to be BAME (Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic) and 12 per cent to be disabled. The unconscious bias training will be mandatory.

When Davie introduced himself to BBC staff last Autumn, he said his aim was for half the workforce to be female and at least one fifth to be BAME. He said:

“We must, from top to bottom, represent the audiences we serve. We have made some big improvements, but we want and need to go further. This plan will ensure we are a modern, progressive, welcoming organisation where our staff are supported to deliver outstanding creative work and background is no barrier.”

The BBC has form here. Three years ago, Tunde Ogungbesan, then head of Diversity at the Beeb, said the corporation “needed more lesbians.” He said at the time that the BBC “was on a journey” towards diversity and inclusivity. But more than 11 per cent of the corporation’s staff at the time, identified as LGBTQ, compared to 2 per cent in the population. That’s over-representation.

What’s going on then? I believe that it’s an exercise in social-engineering. The very first director-general of the BBC, John Reith, famously said that the BBC’s role was to Educate, Entertain and Inform. He must be turning in his grave. The 21st century BBC aims to shape the thought processes of the nation through psychological manipulation.

It recently produced an educational film for children which claimed that there are over 100 genders to choose from. This would be hilarious if it wasn’t so dangerous. Trigger warnings are routinely slapped on classic 70’s and 80’s sitcoms, lest viewers be offended by exposure to antiquated stereotypes. A spokesman said:

“We want classic shows and series on BBC iPlayer. Attitudes and language change over time and our approach, just like other streaming services, is to tell viewers when a show includes something that may be offensive, inappropriate or outdated and because some people aren’t offended, it doesn’t mean that others aren’t.”

A YouGov poll in January found that only 4 per cent of respondents felt that the BBC represented their values. Calls to defund the corporation are growing louder. It doesn’t care. It recently announced a plan to spend over £100 million of your money to promote “on-air inclusivity” whatever that means.

I will not pay any media organisation to bombard me with propaganda designed to gaslight me into accepting that I am racist, homophobic  misogynistic and privileged because of my skin tone. The BBC should be broken up, or changed to a subscription service and forced to compete with Netflix and Amazon. Its social-engineering agenda wouldn’t survive a month in the real world.

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Gerry

Ah just switch the whole lot “OFF” ..

It’s all B%X!

Anything on the box nowadays is pure unadulterated B%X!!

Problem solved!

😊

martin

agreed Gerry, but that should include the satanic netflix, talk about agendas, that network should be renamed ” the agenda platform “, utter mind pollution.

Gerry

Agreed 1000000% Martin!

Torture!!

I’d pull it off the wall only for the snooker!!

And the weather!!

😂

ian heaver

Ah my ‘favourite’ topic , the BBC. I find it hard to put into words just how much I have come to despise this despicable, awful , outdated institution. I haven’t paid their ridiculous fee in years and take great delight in successfully persuading others to do the same. I feel their time is very nearly up though and there should be a national day of celebration when that lovely day comes.
Anyway why watch the BBC when instead we can listen to the BBG ? Richie talks far more sense !

Jennie

It’s so sad because Radio 4 used to be amazing, there was nothing like it in the world and now they’ve ruined it. I stopped listening to it 2or 3 years ago because it had become just politically correct propaganda.

Urban fox

For years now, the BBC has been over representitive. A couple of years ago, one of their top writers was fired on the spot. I remember the announcement. His crime was that he said writers were not portraying realistic scenarios. And that every scene portrayed, had to try and have one of every minority or demographic in the shot. He said in terms of staffing and there dramas, they were over representing. It was after this, that the term became common.Every word he said was true and his only crime was honesty.

Honesty has been a dirty word with the BBC for years. As we have really seen over the last 12 months more than at any other time.

I used to love watching Dr Who since childhood. When they decided to have a female Dr, on the grounds that, Dr Who is able to change form, so why not sex.? I may have said ,O.K fair enough. But the writers had already changed the sex of The Dr’s arch enemy The master. Clearly setting a deliberate agenda. I watched the first 3 episodes with Jodie Whitticar playing Dr Who. And it was truly outrageous. Each episode , had the Dr giving a lecture to his companions. Which was blatantly ment to educate, or should that be indoctrinate the viewers. One week was a race lecture, another was a lecture on sexuality and finally global warming was the topic. I have never watched another episode since.

I rarely watch dramas now on the beeb. As invariably this has become the norm. The BBC from now on, should be known for what it is. A cesspool of Social engineers, liers and propagandirists. I don’t think it’s the job of the BBC and television companies to lecture me on what I should think , feel or believe. There job should be, to make dramas that entertain and news programmes that are unbiased ,fair and honest. Sadly these things are rapidly becoming a thing of the past.

Kafla

Well said Foxy. I only liked it when the daleks were in it in the 60s.

Urban fox

Thanks Kathy. John Pertwee was probably when I started watching. Since then, I’ve done pretty much all of them, from beginning on catchup. Apart from when I abandoned it, as said above. In Blackpool, where I grew up as a child. They had a Dr Who exhibition, where you could walk round the Tardis set. Tom Baker was signing autographs and I got him to sign a Dr who book, that I found recently. I had the door of my bedroom done up like the Tardis door. And I used to dress up around the house as Pertwee and Baker. Lol, probley should have not disclosed that in public.

Kafla

Aw I love that you did that Foxy.

Urban fox

Thanks Kathy

martin

They two doctors Tom and Jon had a certain style about them, the way they dressed, Jon Pertwee fighting the daleks with a burgundy suede dinner suit on, something that was sadly lacking in worzel gummidge, if I had to choose though Tom Baker was the man, heard he is meant to be a really nice guy in real life also, remember his dog K-9, a great wee dog, nobody had to clean up his mess.

martin

Mr fox, I never knew anyone that never liked Doctor who when growing up, it must have been one of their most popular shows back then, and it still could be, but as you pointed out they have ruined it. Don’t know if you liked only fools and horses back in the day, well I loved that program, still do, someone sent me a link about some young sjw saying that it was disgusting, it was this and that blah blah blah, saying thank god they are too young to remember such shows. This is what it’s come to.

Urban fox

Hi Martin, ,only seen a few. Can’t see why it would offend anyone. It always reminds me of my Dad. He loved it. Along with old war films and John Claude van Dam films.

martin

They are the easily offended they are everywhere, might be wrong but was it not George Carlin the American comedian that said ” political correctness is fascism dressed up as good manners “, John Sullivan who wrote only fools and horses was of Irish heritage who grew up in London, a genius who passed too young.

Urban fox

Sorry not heard of George. Gonna make a brew, and go on stepper, whilst watching Bates motel. Speak soon.

Urban fox

Dallas and JR one of my all time favorites. Watching from beginning. Up to series 10. Also the walking dead. As you can see, I’m using my lockdown time wisely. And trying to pick up some tips.

martin

sue ellen ha ha ha, when the james hunt jr was gaslighting sue ellen he would put drinks all over their room and say ” your crazy , have you been drinking again “, she had been sober for weeks, he convinced her she was that much of a drunk she imagined she had been sober ha ha, and the public loved this piece of crap.

Kafla

You’ll love George Carlin Foxy. He was hilarious. Another one of the good guys taken too soon.

martin

Yes Kathy

Kafla

Night nights Martin, Foxy and Gerry. Got to get my beauty sleep lol xx

Urban fox

Goodnight from the Dr

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Gerry

Missed all this action last night also!

I’m useless — even worse when the brain starts to seize up!

Back in the land of the living for a bit now at least!!

So.. may I bid you a ‘good morning’ Kathy instead!!

And have a lovely day too!

👍

martin

His best dig at the evil ones would probably be his saying, which is true ” it;s a big club and we are not in it “, you, me Kathy, Richie, Gerry, Christopher and everyone else and our families, we are not invited and thank fuck for that, i concur with what groucho marx said about clubs, if you get the chance look up a comedian called Bill Hicks

Jennie

I’ve just been reading a book about Bill Hicks, fascinating man. My goodness we really need people like him, George Carlin, Dave Allen and Richard Pryor these days.

martin

Dave Allen ” i’m an atheist thank god “, loved Dave, there is a great documentary made about him, with his wife, kids, Maggie Smith is in it, and her kids, and people who worked with him, think Dave said ” i come from Ireland, and like most Irishmen i live in London “, brilliant

Kafla

Oh Norman

Gerry

Deffo seek out ‘George Carlin!’ fox!!

Hilarious!!

But a genius too…

👍

Kafla

My friend’s dad who lives near Gorey constantly watches Only Fools. It’s his favourite show ever. I was watching one the other day where Rodders met a posh girl. They went to the theatre. While in the bar Delboy turns up which really pissed Rodney off. Then Rodney looks over and says “oh no there’s only a strippergram (or something like that). Delboy annoyed says “ oi that’s my bird” lol. If people can get offended by that they really should sit in a darkened room.

martin

Kathy i seen one of those tribute programs i suppose you could call it. was not done live but just included a lot of the people involved in the show, David Jason, nick Lyndhurst, and most of the rest of the cast, giving their thoughts and such, anyway Sullivan explains the chandelier story, it was a true story his father told him, his dad was involved and it basically happened the way it was portrayed in the episode, but his father never told the story as being funny, the guys were sacked on the spot, and from his fathers perspective there was a lesson to be learned in the story, John Sullivan burst out laughing and said he might use that story, his father said it was not funny and if he used it he would never talk to him again, anyway he wrote the episode, it was aired, and about 5 minutes after it was shown his phone rang the voice on the line said in a Irish accent ” you were right it was funny “, and put the phone down.

Kafla

Back in the day l suppose losing your job you wouldn’t see the funny side of it, especially as men were the breadwinners. It’s a shame all those years later when he realised it was actually funny that he couldn’t just let bygones be bygones. I remember older people being quite dour when telling stories that were hilarious. My friend’s mum was recounting a story about her husband. He had a big lump on the side of his head, we hardly noticed it, l suppose we got use to it. One day he was sitting on the loo with the door open, he never shut it apparently. A workman from the council arrived with a plank of wood to do a job for them. As the hallway was quite narrow he was having trouble manoeuvring himself so pushed the plank through an open door, the toilet door. Suddenly there was shouting and swearing. My friend’s dad came out with blood pouring from his head with the lump hanging off. Her mum, pan faced said “ well I told him to go the quack about the bleedin’ lump”.

martin

ha ha, that sounds like a python sketch, hope the guy was alright, the John Sullivan story that his dad told him, i would say it’s all about the moment, John never knew the guys, on the other hand they were his dads friends and he felt sorry for them, meant to say Johns dad had told him the story many years before he used it in the show, he loved his old man who made him promise never to use it, so out of respect for his dad he never did, but decided it was too funny to let go, his father in no way held it against him and as i said phoned him a few minutes after it was shown and told him he was right it was indeed funny.

martin

the new daleks are lgbt friendly.

Kafla

Oh please don’t say that .

martin

It’s true Kathy, they will be wearing say no to racism tee-shirts, and taking the knee, it will be interesting to see how that works out.

Kafla

How can that be Martin, they haven’t got knees lol

martin

21 first century daleks, new and improved, culturally aware, it wont be their own knees they will be taking, it will be doctor who’s knees and his/her pals knees they will take, that will be the storyline.

Gerry

‘Taking the knee!’

I love that one Martin!!
(LOVE IT!!)

Mind if I enhance it a little!!?

‘Muzzzled up and taking the knee!!’
(Even easier to spot these ones!!)

“Yield Ye fine slaves!”
(I’m coining this one too!!)

Submit to your masters commands!!

😂

martin

Tom Baker was my favourite doctor, probably more useful than my own doctor who is not a bad actor himself, the man is a halfwit, had a skin problem years ago, after seeing him about 3 times he still never knew what it was, by this time i was telling him what it was, he said it could be, anyway went back a while later and my luck was in he was on holiday, seen a locum doctor who happened to be German, he diagnosed it straight away and was really helpful, the difference between him and my doctor was unbelievable.

Kafla

It’s great when you end up diagnosing your own ailments lol. My doctor is a dickhead too.

martin

The thing about the German doctor was he was only out of medical school a couple of years, had a chat with him and asked him how he had landed in Scotland, if I remember correctly it was a long time ago, turned out him and his wife had always wanted to tour the U.K. and Ireland, so instead of a holiday they decided to make it a working holiday, cannot remember what his wife’s occupation was, they had been in England living and working and were now doing Scotland, and after that on to Ireland, then back to Germany and start a family, his thinking was they would probably have had to wait till the kids were grown up to do what they were doing, smart people.

Kafla

Yes very smart indeedy. I have found many locums better than the surgery doctors.

Urban fox

I had managed to go most of my life without being register with one. That all changed in 2019, when needed emergency surgery. Now I can’t stop them contacting me. Not happy now in the system. But thank god, was not in hospital last 12 months.! Never liked that they held records of people. Which they have 100% rights over. They have to much power.

Kafla

I’m in the system too. I must say it has been helpful when I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder but when I started questioning treatment l could they didn’t like it. I’m off the medication at the moment and hope it stays that way. I have to have four normal blood tests before they discharge me. I think it was a lot to do with me taking B12 and VitD but they never admit these things help.

Craig

It’s an excellent way of stirring up conflict between groups, which in turn guarantees future stories for the legacy media.
Would they really do that?
Of course they would.

Jennie

As a purple, two headed unicorn I am absolutely disgusted by our lack of representation in the media. When was the last time you saw a purple, two headed unicorn playing the lead role in a Hollywood film for example? I would write to the BBC about this but I’m afraid they might take me seriously.

Why don’t they just recruit the best person for the job regardless of race, sex, sexuality, nationalitity, religion or anything else? This is just virtue-signalling on a grand scale.

I’ve got a large collection of older films, TV shows, pop music etc on my hard drives. Maybe I should put a sticker on to remind myself not to be offended. One day will the thought police arrive to confiscate them?

Rico

More woke bananas from the Bullshit Broadcasting Cu*ts… how the hell is this in any way shape or form logical? Based on percentages just about everything they spit out is weighted minorities/diversity/oddness. Why not weight it towards ‘ability’.. Channel 4 are just as bad, I often spend many minutes trying to figure out what nationality the announcer of a program is…very often is sounds like a Welsh Indian from the Caribbean.

Herb

They are all planned to be replaced with AI holograms anyway

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