Friday, September 24, 2010

BBC Ignored By Yoof, Asks 'Is It Time To Reform Our Kids'?

Now here's a revealing insight into what these guys are on about: last Sunday in the 11 AM slot, Radio 2's Michael Ball was chatting to his first guest, an alleged media expert, and both admitted to being baffled by how many young people had turned out to see the Pope.

As a frank admission that the BBC had been blind sided by a cultural trend, that would be one thing, but instead these guys were just shocked! that da kidz had turned out to see an old establishment squarro like the Pope instead of adopting the groovy, rebellious position taken by our plucky, upstart, £3.5 billion pa State broadcaster.

It's a mystery all right....and likely to remain so as long as Beeboids keep interviewing fellow media luvvies all day. Hey, Beeboids, for a free clue, try this from a, now sadly off-line, review of the movie '300' by Big Hollywood's John Nolte:
After forty years of liberal rule in Hollywood it is nihilism that’s old-fashioned. It is moral relativism that is tired. It is political correctness, the always-noble people of color, the always-evil white guy, and the metrosexual that is clich├ęd. A film with a clear divide between good and evil is something new. A film that celebrates patriotism, heroism, sacrifice, freedom, and honor is something revolutionary. In 1955 300 would be old-fashioned. In 2007 it makes a counter-culture statement as strong as Easy Rider in its day.

5 comments:

Greencoat said...

Lefties are incapable of realising how irrelevant they are.

Socialism isn't just dead - it's a stinking corpse.

Rob said...

300 was rubbish though, a weird homo-erotic pub fight.

Anonymous said...

Rob - it doesnt matter so much that 300 was a cartoon. Its interesting that it portrayed a group of white men as something other than a bunch of faggots and what is more showed them as superior to an army of enriched diversity.

Almost unthinakble these days.

Have a gander at this site, its mostly about adverts but what it illustrates is scalable to movies:

antiwhitemedia.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

O/T

Mona alert!

Mark Ronson mugged.

Lurker

Anonymous said...

Ronson, as a card carrying member of the multicultural elite (an IP member to boot) censors the story himself, no need for the media to change anything.

He wouldnt reveal anything about the identity of the muggers on pain of death, even though he and everybody reading the story knows exactly what the score is. It still allows some liberal somwhere to bleat that they could have been white.