The self-loathing displayed by the Marxists and liberals within the controlled media never ceases to shock. The British Broadcasting Corporation, from its home at Broadcasting House in Central London, has been spewing out mind-bending anti-White propaganda for decades. Fortunately, a large percentage of the British population already regards anything it says with suspicion.
The BBC has sparked a furious race row after being accused of “rewriting history” following the release of a song from an episode of the CBCC show Horrible Histories. The series received a barrage of criticism on social media over the song “Been Here From The Start”, which told children that many of the original Britons were black. The TV series is based on the British children’s historical-comedy book series by Terry Dear.
In 2001, its former Director General, Greg Dyke, was widely quoted as saying that the corporation was “hideously white.” Dyke was a controversial Director General, with many criticising the government for appointing a Labour Party member who had helped fund Tony Blair’s leadership campaign after John Smith’s death.
“We’ve kind of got to tell a lie: we’ll go back into history and there will be black people where, historically, there wouldn’t have been, and we won’t dwell on that. We’ll say, ‘to hell with it, this is the imaginary, better version of the world. By believing in it, we’ll summon it forth.”Steven Moffat, Dr Who head writer (showrunner).
To any normal person, the indoctrination of children with these lies and untruths is tantamount to child abuse. To any racial Nationalist, it is simply racial hatred against the indigenous people of this land.
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