BBC to Broadcast Muslim Prayer... Because the Channel is 'Too Christian?!'
Remember when people were saying that the migrant influx would have no affect on you? That Muslims just want to mind their own business and coexist? Yeah, that's not what happened. Europe learned the hard way (see Sweden Now the Rape Capital of the Western World and Neo-Nazis on Street Patrol to 'Keep Europe's Women Safe from Migrant Sex Attacks').
Apparently the Muslim population in Britain has mushroomed - so much so that the culture is shifting. BBC is feeling pressured for its programming to appease the burka-clad. And bomb-vested.
The BBC's religious output is too Christian, an internal review by the corporation has concluded.
[BBC's head of religion and ethics]: "We do look at the number of hours we produce, and measure that against the religious make-up of society." The number of Muslims in Britain has doubled in a decade to three million.
Look, I get it. Every group wants representation in the media. Especially the gays (see Dear Hollywood: Stop Gaying All the Things, Especially Straight Characters). But people generally don't want to see groups that are fundamentally oppressive and violent on TV... Unless we're talking villains who get drop-kicked at the end. Wait, perhaps this has a happy ending?
Ibrahim Mogra, of the Muslim Council of Britain, said the BBC could televise Friday prayers from a mosque and extend coverage of Eid.
Dangit. Imams don't need to be catered to. That's what their 13-year-old wives are for. Still, BBC can do whatever it wants, right? Sort of. The BBC is technically a public corporation. That means publicly-funded. In other words, it should answer to the British, taxpaying public. Most of whom aren't Muslim migrants, who account for the surge in Islamic presence. And the surge in rape. And the surge in violence. And the surge in terrorism. Did we mention the surge in rapey, violent terrorism?
But Britain isn't exactly in the business of valuing the voices of its own people. So why are places like Britain, or Europe in general, continuously heralded as great and "progressive" nations? Probably because most of that praise comes from American liberals. You know, the people who don't have to live with the consequences of the EU's "tolerant" agenda.
The people who do live under its rule have a thing or two to say about it. Specifically the rapey, terroristy violence.