15 March 2011

Last Bastion of Englishness

"We're the last bastion of Englishness and I want to keep it that way."

- Brian True-May, Executive Producer, Midsomer Murders, 14 March 2011

4 comments:

Stockton Andrews II said...

The Diversity educators are now handling this serious breach of etiquette. Rue Britannia...

Anonymous said...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12741847

Anonymous said...

Quick! Englishness has been identified! Undiluted in a television drama! We must eradicate it! Fire everyone involved! Apologise, on our knees! Investigate, thoroughly! Get right down to the molecular level. And either cancel the show or re-cast it in its entirety. Never mind the show’s setting. Never mind demography in rural England (that will have to change anyway). Never mind the audience—7 million English folk. They do not count; their money is no good. They are, after all… English… Racist, bigoted, backward, tea-swilling, scone-munching, English-speaking, English scum.

White is old and boring; dark is young and exciting. Midsomer Murders may have 7 million viewers, but they are unimportant. Who listens to a bunch of old coots? Old coots like the ones that live in those awful English villages, without a single Black face in sight? In time, thankfully, they will die out, as Tim Wise aptly pointed out in America, so the show may as well embrace the rainbow utopia of human brotherhood now, and start the bulldozer on that last bastion of Englishness. Flatten it now, concrete it over, so that the progressive tower of tomorrow may rise.

http://www.alternativeright.com/main/blogs/zeitgeist/urgent-discussions/#disqus_thread

j.mosby said...

To Anonymous...Pish Tosh!