‘WE WANT TO KILL WHITEY’: BBC Accused of Promoting ANTI-WHITE Propaganda

IN A HIGHLY controversial segment of Frankie Boyle’s BBC2 show New World Order, comedians on the show joked about how they didn’t ‘want to kill whitey’ before insinuating that they did to much anger and shock online.

In a viral clip of the hit BBC2 comedy show Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, a comedian in the clip joked about wanting to kill white people, leading to a massive backlash online. This edition of the show initially aired on the 16th of September 2020, and it began on the network in 2017.

In the snippet, comedian Sophie Dukebox offering the following insight: ‘…they’re so real today. Like the myths that we have about black power, Wakanda – it’s still a world where Africa was never colonised, was never pillaged for its resources, like white power is Trump Tower. These things are put against each other, when we say we want to kill whitey, we don’t really mean we want to kill whitey… we do… not today‘. She continued afterwards, defending the use of the term white privilege and calling whiteness a ‘capitalist structure’.

Such statements recall other more sinister ones involving the potential killing of white people. This was most notable in South Africa, whereby the far-left Economic Freedom Fighters party leader Julius Malema advocated that he didn’t want his followers to kill white people ‘at least for now’, while they took the land of white farmers. That clip, taken from a 2016 rally for his party became notorious in 2018, when the controversy surrounding the killing of white farmers in that country became internationally criticised.

Many people were outraged at the clip, and complained about it online. Ben Harris-Quinney, leader of the socially conservative Bow Group think tank, condemned it, feeling it was bad that ‘this is what goes for BBC comedy now’, and advocated that the BBC should be got rid of ‘entirely’. TalkRadio host Julia Hartley-Brewer had similar sentiments, calling the clip ‘horrible’, ‘unfunny’ and ‘incoherent nonsensical Marxist gobbledegook’. Conservative London Assembly Member Susan Hall responded to it by stating ‘good gracious me’ and former UKIP MEP Roger Helmer highlighted that ‘if a white person made similar remarks about black people, they’d be turned off mid-sentence’ and would be ‘probably crucified’.

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