If you are one of those bloody minded types who believes passionately in British Sovereignty and independence, welcome. No doubt you, like us will have been nauseated by the BBC’s grovellingly sycophantic coverage of the visit of the USA’s failed President, Barack Hussein Obama, invited here by the traitor David Cameron to use the usual US diplomatic tactics of threats and bullying to persuade us that our allies in Washington will make life very unpleasant for us if we do not act in America’s best economic and political interests by voting to stay in the EU rather than acting in Britain’s interests and voting leave.
The BBC, under both Labour, Conservative and coalition governments has long been the government’s unofficial Ministry of Truth and so, not wishing to have its contract as the state broadcaster terminated the organisation never misses a chance to push the politically correct, globalist agenda. They are even politicising Shakespeare now:
The BBC has once again been slammed for its overt politically correctness, with critics claiming it used a celebration of Shakespeare’s life, broadcast live last night, to push a pro-immigration agenda, Breitbart London reports.
The criticism comes as the publicly funded Corporation reveals plans to ensure that one in six of its on-screen stars is either gay or disabled.
Last night the BBC marked the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with a live broadcast of a selection of scenes from his plays, performed by a line-up of left-wing luvvies including Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench, Dame Helen Mirren, Meera Syal, David Suchet, Rufus Wainwright, Tim Minchin, Gregory Porter, Joseph Fiennes, and the English National Opera.
But rather than using the event to celebrate of his better known and better loved works, producers included in the program a pro-immigration speech which was never staged during the bard’s lifetime.
The exerpt, known as the Immigration Speech, appears in a play titled The Book of Sir Thomas More, by Anthony Munday, which contains a series of scenes depicting the May Day riots of 1517 when Londoners protested the arrival of Italian immigrants from Lombardy and wanted them expelled.
Shakespeare inserted 17 lines into a speech by Sir Thomas, asking the audience through the statesman: “Say now the king / Should so much come too short of your great trespass / As but to banish you, whether would you go?”
Conservative MP Peter Bone told the Mail on Sunday: ‘They’ve gone out of their way to find a piece of writing which fits the Left-wing establishment’s pro-immigration agenda and it’s a shame.
‘You’d have thought they could at least have found something which was published under Shakespeare’s name for a start.”
Meanwhile, the BBC has rolled out new diversity targets aimed at ensuring that, by 2020, one in six of all its on-screen roles are given to either LGBT or disabled people.
In fact the speech does not appear in versions of the play, now forgotten by all but medieval literature scholars, before the nineteenth century. There is no provenance of Shakespeare’s authorship and there are certain stylistic details that suggest it was written long after Shakespeare’s death (and yes I do have the academic qualifications to make such comments – what I lack, because hating the academic environment I studied independently for my qualifications ad thus escaped the brainwashing that typifies university education.)
The left control many of Britain’s institutions, media, the law and education among them, and they never rest from trying to impose their nightmare vision of a perfect world on us. Unfortunately most of us have been too busy getting on with our lives on planet reality to resist. We should not blame ourselves, not all of us can be self righteous, hypocritical obsessive compulsives who only motivation is to court peer approval by embracing the ‘pensee unique’ and following the politically correct sheeple. Shakespeare might have said of them:
“You common cry of curs! whose breath I hate
As reek o’ the rotten fens, whose loves I prize
As the dead carcasses of unburied men
That do corrupt my air – I banish” (Coriolanus)
It is time to take back our world and our Shakepeare. We can start perhaps by telling the stupid, sissified luvvies at the BBC that if the love migrants so much they are banished and seek some third world cesspit that is willing to take in useless people.
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