EXCLUSIVE: BBC Star Romesh Ranganathan’s White Race Hate EXPOSED As Lefties Call For Jimbo BAN #AllLivesMatter

 

A BAME comedian who is employed by the BBC made vile comments on Twitter after claiming that an BBC News article on Cecil Rhodes ‘did not matter’ because it was written by a White person, Politicalite can reveal. 

Romesh Ranganathan host of the BBC’s The Apprentice: You’re Fired! and Sky1’s A League of Their Own and made the now-deleted remark on his Twitter feed, and amid the Jim Davidson row, it proves how the mainstream media IGNORE racist hate when it comes to members of the BAME community, and I write that as a mixed-race person. 

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Replying to a comment surrounding the Oxford Uni Cecil Rhodes statue row – comedian Romesh responded to a BBC news article. 

Oxford Uni tweeted: “We’re committed to supporting our community in opposing racism in all its forms, including upholding anti-racist values.” 

Following a screen-grab of a BBC News article that said the statue would stay following a massive campaign to protect British history from the BLM Antifa mob. 

Romesh tweeted: “Some white guy wrote it so i ignored it” 

The tweet was swiftly deleted on the 10th June, but not before Politicalite snapped a copy and saved it to our Hypocrisy file for the racist anti-Racists. 

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RACE CARD DISCLAIMER

This article was written by a member of the BAME community.. @mrjordanjames_

Politicalite contacted the BBC, representatives for Romesh and Sky1 for comment but received no reply. 

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