Question Time, likes to announce itself as being the BBC's premier political programme, when in reality, it is nothing more than our country's equivalent of the old communist Soviet Unions, Pravda(The Truth) that was only allowed one voice, that of the state.
I must confess that I now rarely watch it after viewing an episode way back in time, just after the 9/11 suicide attacks revealed to the world the true nature of the Cult of The Dead Paedophile and in which it was revealed that the BBC had "loaded" the audience with moslems.
But last night, I figured it was part of my job description to see what the Question Time panel and audience would have to say about our pathetic Dhimmi government and their disgusting, cowardly and shameful behaviour in preventing Geert Wilders attending the showing of his short film Fitna, in what used to be the bastion of Free Speech and Mother of Parliaments.
As I expected, the audience had been "loaded" to ensure that no one of right mind was present to question and counter the bias of the panel but let us start with the chairman of the show, David Dimblby.
This mouthpiece of the state admitted during the discussion of the film Fitna, that he had only watched one half of the 12 minute film and it was clear from the start that he really had no idea of the contents of it and so I doubt even that claim. Otherwise he would have been able to have informed the panel about the message of the film and the scenes it contained.
On the panel to discuss this affront to Freedom of speech was a dim witted amateur gardener by the name of Monty Don, Monty Python more like.
Admitting he had not scene the film or knew of its existence and that of its producer Mr Wilders, until coming on the show, he still managed to denounce it as being "racist", because he had been told Mr Wilders was a racist. Stupid sheep.
To me, he seemed to be a particularly stupid man and no doubt that is why he was chosen to sit on the panel and why he is much loved by the marxists who run the BBC. But the audience applauded him wildly.
Then there was the government spokesman, Liam Byrne, although I doubt the government will put him in front of a camera again. Embarrassing to watch.
Again, he was another who had not seen the film or knew anything about it other than it was racist and that Geert Wilders was a racist who was being tried in his own country for being a racist, racist, racist.
More rapturous applause. The audience were the kind who go into raptures when a trendy, "right on" comedian says fuck, fist or rimming.
But he came a cropper when he was left speechless, when he revealed his ignorance in his governments part in allowing real inciters of hatred into Our Country in the shape of mad moslem clerics.
Coyote Ugly or what?
This image flatters her
This image flatters her
The applause turned to laughter at his discomfort and he was left speechless. Luckily for him he was saved further embarrassment by Salma Yaqoob who leapt in with her ten pennyworth, whilst his mouth just opened and shut like a goldfish.
Now forgive me for the next bit. I have always tried to be a gentleman in my comments and dealings with women but Salma is something else. She must be the most butt ugliest woman I have seen in my life.
This morning I had a quick search of the net to see if I could find an image that really revealed how grotesque she actually is. But the ones I found were all of the kind carefully chosen to show her "best side". Now I know I should be reporting on what she, the leader of the Respect Party and supporter of the Palestinian terrorists had to say but I must get this off my chest.
She was so ugly I could not take my eyes of her. Not since 1979(another story) have I seen anyone so ugly. If I had to make a life or death choice between mating with her or a goat that had been dead for ten days, then it would have to be the goat. For the only time in my life, I felt a twinge of sympathy for George Galloway who would have to sit near her in Respect party meetings and for once, I understood the real reason why moslem men wanted women to wear full veils.
I cannot remember whether she had seen the film or not but either way, being a non white woman, clearly facially disabled and a moslem to boot, she received more thunderous applause from the specially selected audience, when she to, leapt on the racist bandwagon.
Then there was the old plonker himself, Kelvin Mackenzie who is sometimes described as the UK's best known "right-wing" columnist. Well if he is right-wing, he has gone so far to it that he has now gone the whole circle and is now hard left. Stalin would have loved him. He also denounced the brave Mr Wilders as this that and the other before calling him a racist and welcoming the fact that he had not been allowed into the country.
And what of the audience? Was there just one voice of sanity that had been allowed into the show? Not really. The nearest we had to that, was a black guy who managed to put forward the very valid point, that those people who did not know who Geert Wilders was or had seen his film would now be searching high and low for it and that the ban could now be counted as being superb publicity for those who oppose the Islamification of Our Country. Right on Dude. Give me an high five.
Then we had the dumb little blonde girl (perhaps all those blonde jokes have some validity) who claimed to have seen the film and that it was full of racist statements made by Mr Wilders.
Silly child. Clearly she had not seen the film and knows nothing about the enrichment of many young white girls in Our Country and hopefully will never find out the hard way.
And that was it. But if the BBC thought they were being clever in the way they produced the show and thought that their panel and audiences support for the crushing of Free Speech in Our Country, they are as usual - wrong.
Now, thanks to them and the stupidity and fascist behaviour of our treasonous government, many more people will be awakened to the evil of Islam and the nature of the beast that will consume us if we do not fight back soon. For once, thank you Jacqui.