Jimmy Savile, The BBC and the crisis of the Family
It may be difficult for some to accept but there is a stronger link between the above three elements than they would like to believe. Jimmy Savile represents the decadent pervert celebrities that came to dominate our culture from the late Fifties onwards. The BBC represents a socially engaged media platform that gave these pervert celebrities access to subvert every family in the country, and the crisis of the Family is the end result of fifty years of the Satanic media’s attacks on the teachings of Christ and His Church.
As BBC ‘celebrity’ and child sex-abuse cases mount up - Rolf Harris, Gary Glitter, Jimmy Savile, Stuart Hall and many many more, - there are claims that a paedophile ring operated at the BBC for over 40 years. But there are hints that an even higher profile paedophile operated at the BBC than Jimmy Savile. Who is he? Who is the “Uncle Dick” of the BBC referred to by John Simpson in his book Strange Places, Questionable People. The BBC Uncle sexually assaulted many children at the BBC.
There was/is a culture of tolerated sexual harassment at the BBC. DJ Liz Kershaw, herself a victim of harassment, claimed she had been routinely groped while working. She said that the station was very intimidating for young women.
With such an organization as the BBC being hailed as the great moral force in the country for many decades, is it any surprise that there is such a crisis in the family today? Where over half of marriages end in divorce, where step father and brothers molest other family members. There is an epidemic of paedophilia in Britain today with over 60 new cases of child abuse reported in British society every day.
However, why is the BBC being so sloppy shouldered about its own involvement in child sex abuse – could it be the coming renewal of the Royal Charter in 2016 and calls to have the fee extended to those who watch ‘on demand’? Director-general Lord Hall claims that a strong BBC would bind the country together at home and be a beacon to the world. In a report published last week, the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee said the TV license is "becoming harder... to justify" and suggested every household should pay a new compulsory levy instead. This means everybody no matter if you watch TV or not should pay for the BBC!