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BBC Condone Child Abuse

Do any of you recognise this statue and the building where it’s situated?

BBC Statue New Broadcasting House BBC man with naked child Prospero and Ariel condone Child Abuse incest bestiality Eric Gill sculptor bbc trust paedophile

No? OK, so here’s a wider shot of the building in question …

BBC Statue New Broadcasting House BBC man with naked child Prospero and Ariel condone Child Abuse incest bestiality Eric Gill sculptor bbc trust paedophile

Yep! It’s the recently revamped BBC Headquarters in Central London. New Broadcasting House, as it’s known these days, which cost the BBC TV Licence payers telly tax payers a cool ONE BILLION pounds. The very same building where BBC DG George Entwistle announced his resignation, due to the Jimmy Savile scandal,  and collected a huge payoff from the Chairman of the BBC Trust.

Anyway, the original building was constructed in the 1930’s complete with a statue of an adult posing with a naked child. And it gets weirder or more perverted, depending on which way you look at it. The sculptor of the BBC statue was someone called Eric Gill. Never heard of him? Well, here is an interesting extract from his Wikipedia entry (and, yes, I have checked it for accuracy) :

A deeply religious man, largely following the Roman Catholic faith, his beliefs and practices were by no means orthodox.[17]His personal diaries describe his sexual activity in great detail including the fact that Gill sexually abused his own children, had an incestuous relationship with his sister and performed sexual acts on his dog. This aspect of Gill’s life was little known until publication of the 1989 biography by Fiona MacCarthy. The earlier biography by Robert Speaight mentioned none of it.

Hmmm. So what do you think of the BBC statue now then? In light of recent events at the BBC, involving large-scale paedophilia, is it wise that the BBC appear to be continuing to support the work of someone who was known for child abuse, incest and bestiality?

Just wondering.

Tip of the hat to History Boy ;-)
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  1. Today a few are still wondering, post-Pollard, given now written evidence and testimony that BBC senior management were well aware of child abuse but saw fit not to mention it to the police, how many more uniques the world’s most trusted media monopoly gets to deploy for the money…. so much money… before someone, somewhere, actually holds them to account and says… enough.

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  2. Chortle!

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  3. Surely it should be called the PBC

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  4. Well done Max for your continued efforts and hard work in exposing those who need to be exposed.

    Happy Xmas to you and yours, here’s hoping you have a good one!

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  5. Strangely shaped building. We’ve all seen aerial views of it lately with it’s vulva gaping to recieve the spire of All Souls Church.

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    • An anus ready to receive the penis represented by the spire, surely?

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  6. Dazed & Confused

    @ “Eric Gill’s Gingerbread Madonna and Child is a small carving in Corsham stone. Gill made the sculpture in 1919, basing it on a drawing by his then 14-year-old daughter Betty, deftly combining the sacred and playful”……

    Obviously the BBCs print arm the Guardian see nothing wrong with Gill’s “art”.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2006/jul/22/art.art

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  7. The entire BBC is infested with the worst and most evil pedophiles and needs to be burned down. Its very existence is an affront to human decency. I could never in all conscience contribute to the upkeep of it through the licence fee. How sick that would be…

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    • Max, I found myself unable to comment here yesterday, hence ‘test’ above; have you been mucking about with your settings or is it just me?

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      • I think there are satanic / paedophile covens littered throughout the upper echelons of our so called Establishment.

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      • No Banned … I left you a message on the other post you had a problem with leaving comments on. All seems to be OK now ;-)

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  9. Corruption Ultimately Needs Tackling,SOON!

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    • When’s the license due? Thanks Max for bringing this putescent shame of auntie to us, it’s been there all along and we just shrugged our shoulders. What the —- is going on. I’m actually quite speechless at the moment. Read the Guardian link above, unbelievable. I was going to quote some of it, but people have to read it first. The “The Hound of St Dominic” was particularly sickening, and no, after his death he wasn’t up in my expectation and on my xmas list…

      BTW – George Entwistle should —king w(h)istle, a well connected, well heeled, and safe as houses gent about town doesn’t need our money – that money (£450,000) should go to the victims, or at least some charity on their behalf.

      Merry Christmas to the Max Farquar blog.

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  10. Some beeb bigknob on their radio ‘news’ yesterday noncing on about how they would have to work hard to “retain the BBCs reputation as Britains most trusted broadcaster” Made me laugh especially when it came to the excuses for not sacking anybody of consequence over the Saville affair.

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  11. Time, surely, for the Baby Buggering Corporation to be disenfranchised of our cash?

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  12. Been saying it for years STOP PAYING THEM ANY MONEY starve them, in fact even though I havent had a license for ten years I want ALL MY MONEY BACK THAT I PREVIOUSLY PAID THEM IN THE PREVIOUS YEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. Is it just me? When I zoom into look at the Baby Buggering Cult’s statue it looks as if the larger figure is holding its dick. They are rubbing our noses in it, dirty filthy bastards, you who stood by silently as they raped or worse are just as guilty, please die slowly and painfully when your time comes.

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  14. Max, Max: unworthy, unworthy …

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  15. I understand that various people here don’t like the BBC for whatever reason, but what would removing the statue achieve? Does it ‘improve’ our culture if we somehow try to edit out parts of it created by individuals who’ve, a long time after their death, been exposed as doing deeply bad things? Should we burn every Penguin Classic that uses Gill’s typeface on the cover?

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    • Good point. Fuck removing the statue; remove the stinking BBC.

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      • Not what I was meaning at all, although it obviously has questions to answer over the Saville scandal.

        I just wonder what relevance a statue built in the 30′s has to the debate over BBC funding, or even Saville It’s possible, for instance, that someone reading this blog is doing so in a house originally constructed by an unconvicted rapist, or unwittingly bought a lightbulb from a shopkeeper who beats his wife. That hardly means they condone abuse, even if they continue to live in the house/use the lightbulb after the abuse is eventually discovered and reported.

        The BBC needs to do everything in its power to prevent more Savilles – take allegations against its staff seriously, make sure that legitimate concerns are looked into quickly, ensure a open workplace culture where there is zero tolerance of abuse – but so does any organisation. Are people seriously arguing that this sort of abuse wouldn’t have happened if the BBC was funded by advertising? And does every park with a peeing angel on the ornamental fountain ‘condone child abuse’?

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        • My mistake. Forgive the ambiguity. Burn down the stinking BBC in its entirety.
          HTH.

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          • Why?

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            • Because they charge us for disseminating their vile globalist propaganda. Whether you like it or not, agree with it or not, you get extorted under threat of imprisonment. Everyone has to pay to fund these bastards spreading their lies.
              Being forced to pay towards the upkeep of an organisation that’s constantly trying to brainwash me is unacceptable in a supposedly free society. If these parasites were self-financing it wouldn’t bother me half so much, but they’re not. Plus they’re riddled with paedophiles and other sexual deviants.

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            • Thanks for replying Earwig. I followed a link to this article from twitter and I’ve never been on this blog before – genuinely fascinated by the different things that people get angry about. I pretty much disagree with everything I’ve read here right enough.

              I can see where you’re coming from, but I personally think the illiberality of the license fee is a hit worth taking for a broad-appeal broadcaster that isn’t dependent on commercial interests and usually does a reasonable job of pissing off the left and right in equal measure. I fear you might get your wish in coming decades though… the internet kind of makes the license fee look a bit 20th century.

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