Racism on the BBC

Strictly come dancing proves Britain is still racist and ageist. Social Darwinism is still being practised by the BBC

Please give my love to Natalie Gumede you were the black winner of strictly come dancing  and I know more about dance bands than all the Judges and the Producers on the BBC put together. I used to work as Peter fats Baxter bandleader of the Savoy Hotel London
Georges Bizet – Carmen – March of the Toreador was used by Susanna Reid who marched around waving her skirt to what was supposed to be a  Paso Doble, or pasodoble, (literal meaning in Spanish:double-step) is a traditional couple’s dance from Spain. It is danced to the type of music typically played in the arena during the bullfighters’ entrance to the ring (paseo) or during the passes (faena) just before the kill. It corresponds to the Paso doble dance in traditional and spanish dancing

Susanna Reid BBC presenter and white  it was fixed that she should win with her Mumsy marching. This proves conclusively that the whole programme was a sham.Susanna walked about to the March of the Toreadors and won the paso doble section of strictly come dancing. The whole panel should be made to face real bulls for their lies about the Pasodoble and the rest of the cast they are not only a disgrace to dancing they are also a disgrace to the truth.

This is a good example of social darwinism being practised by the BBC because the whites must win because Darwin said so.
Not since Nazi germany has social darwinism been so practised It disgusted me.

My Christmas number one that needs no lies.

This was Christmas No One last christmas, going viral on Youtube then I received a note from them telling me I had stolen the recording and banning it? I wrote to Youtube telling them years ago  I was the band leader at the Savoy  and this was based on the fun dancing we used to do and I offered to send them my original score but at this moment I an still banned. Being used to the behavior of some music companies I forgot about it but my publisher audiosparx the worlds leading internet publisher manage to sell my recording to the worlds leading internet christmas card company. It is now going viral again but unfortunately these are not counted by the top twenty hits. I could have a situation where I have the worlds biggest selling Christmas Recording but credited by know one?The entire music business is one big sham.


Can I take this chance to wish everyone A very Happy Christmas Can Can apart from the social darwinists may they all be sent where they belong in prison

The BBC started the Iraq War

The BBC documentary called the Iraq War is yet another BBC LIE.  I have read the reviews of this by journalists all too young to have firsthand experience and all the reviews are rubbish.

 Yhe missing link in the BBC account now showing worldwide on BBC IPlayer is the disregard of David Kelly.

 David Kelly was the top Weapons Inspector looking for WMD?

He held a Masters Degree and was regarded as a foremost expert on biological warfare.

BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan gave information to the security services citing an off the record interview with David Kelly. David Kelly has a truthful biography on Wikipedia and I would suggest you read it.

 My own involvement is whilst serving as a technician in the RAF I worked with a number of experts building anything I was asked too. I was on a flight with David Kelly who was lost in his own world the world of science.

However David Kelly’s report was the reason why we went to war with Iraq.

 His report was leaked by a BBC journalist called Andrew Gilligan and written by Tony Blaire’s press team.

It so offended David Kelly that he committed suicide, once he realised they had made him the fall guy for the Iraq War.    

However I will leave you with this fact that all evidence and photographs concerning David Kelly have a security gag on them for 70 years?

Who started the Iraq War the BBC and a clique of Political Journalists?

Not David Kelly who was an honest man doing an honest job.

Now written out of history by the BBC.

Is the real truth that the Iraq war was too good a story for the BBC to miss?

You can check out David Kelly on Wikipedia at the moment.