Woman have fucked the BBC up, says Patrick Moore


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08 May 2007

The BBC is being ruined by women, says Patrick Moore

Sir Patrick, 84, was asked by the Radio Times if television had got better or worse during a career spanning the medium’s life. The answer was worse – “much worse”.

He said: “The trouble is that the BBC now is run by women and it shows: soap operas, cooking, quizzes, kitchen-sink plays. You wouldn’t have had that in the golden days.”

They have even destroyed sci-fi, Sir Patrick’s personal passion. He said: “I used to watch Doctor Who and Star Trek, but they went PC – making women commanders, that kind of thing. I stopped watching.”

Several other guys at the BBC have made the same comments, Rik Mayall being another. It’s good to see there are some guys who do not bow down to political correctness and will happily have a go at women and feminists.

The BBC’s output is truly shit. Brainless soap-operas and makeover programmes. It’s not worth the licence fee. In fact, because the BBC is non-commercial, and thus don’t have the need to pander to advertisers – who prefer female audiences because women are more materialistic and more suggestible to advertising – they don’t have the excuse of having to aim to attract women to ensure an income.

Their worthless output and sickeningly bias news output is solely down to the feminist/socialist scum in charge of the place.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:56 PM

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At 7:34 PM, Anonymous said…

No doubt about it – right on the mark.

And check out Battlestar Galactica: Woman President, minority male Commander, ageing, alcoholic, on-the-way-out has-been whiteboy Deputy Commander. Starbuck’s a wench, Apollo’s a pussy, and on and on it goes straight down the line.

Gotta give ’em some credit: At least they had the good-grace to portray Starbuck as a boozing, man-eating whore.

Even worse in Star Trek Voyager and Deep Space 9. Then viewership collapsed so they went crawling back to a whiteboy, Jonathan Archer, but by then they had put the franchise into a coma.

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At 8:58 PM, Anonymous said…

Goal for the old bugger! Loved it. Impressed too by the comments after the article (in the Times) flooding in from pissed-off blokes from all over.
Moore’s idea that the BBC be split along a gender divide, so that one half becomes “BBC Bloke” is a splendid concept that should be extended. How about Bloke Government, Bloke Court and Bloke Police? The girls can have their own versions too – wait a second – they already have.

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At 2:00 AM, dan said…

Here in America, we have FOUR channels dedicated to women: Oxygen, WE(women’s entertainment), Lifetime and LMN (Lifetime Movie Network)! FOUR channels of movies/shows promoting woman = good, man = bad nonsense! Talk shows where bitches are on crying because, once again, they chose to be with Mr. Asshole who slapped them around like a $2 whore, treated them like crap, impregnated them. All the “made-for-TV-movies” portray men as: evil, plotting, stalkers, rapists, murderers, abusers, and the like. When will enough be enough?!

Dan

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At 3:42 AM, Anonymous said…

“Even worse in Star Trek Voyager and Deep Space 9. Then viewership collapsed so they went crawling back to a whiteboy, Jonathan Archer, but by then they had put the franchise into a coma.”

As a black man I take offense to the racist connotations of that statement(regarding Deep Space 9), never mind the fact it is simply untrue.

Deep Space 9 was a fairly popular series in the U.S (I don’t know about the U.K.), running seven season’s. During the it’s first two seasons it ran concurrently with The Next Generation and often had better ratings. To quote Wikipedia:

“According to a press release through Newswire on April 7, 1999, it(Deep Space 9) was the #1 syndicated show in the United States for adults 18-49 and 25-54 throughout its run in the National Television Index”

In addition it was nominated and won several Emmy awards.

I do agree about Star Trek Voyager(although it ran six seasons it was consistently near the bottom of the ratings),which I still believe was the death of the franchise.

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At 8:56 AM, ze german said…

“Star Trek Voyager and Deep Space 9”

At least they pay for their criminal act by loosing the male audience… and left with females, if they had any to begin with…

Galactica…

The main villain is an educated spineless scientist.. All the humanized enemies are white, except on being Asian origin.

Now I am reading “The tyranny of Tolerance”, and it depicts exactly what is happening.

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At 2:17 PM, Anonymous said…

If you think the BBC is bad, you should see American television.

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At 4:28 PM, Anonymous said…

In the very first episode of Star Trek back in the 60’s, they had a female first mate, and the audience members who complained the loudest about that were female. What a difference 40 years makes.

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At 5:46 PM, Anonymous said…

In fairness Ds9 was the best star trek and sisko was at worse second best captain to picard and not by much either ……It was voyager where every thing started going wrong

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At 7:13 PM, tba said…

I’m a big star trek fan. The whole franchise from the beginning was flawed, as it was presented from a Marxist, world-government, let’s-get-together-and-sing-kumbaya-theme. So it is natural that subsequent spinoff would degenerate in all that pc muck.

Still, at least the original had a masculine captain. I didn’t like the original simply because of the technology of the time. My favorite was TNG, but Jean-Luc was clearly not the most masculine on the ship. Worf and Riker were. That they had a THERAPIST is all you need to know about that series. Still, I loved because it was the most cerebral of them all.
I hated Deep Space 9. As a black man, I had no probs with sisco being black, but that he was BORING. Long as the captain is a masculine MAN, i could care his race. And the whole premise of that show was boring and dull and dark. I was dying for some action in watching some of the episodes. Didn’t wtch much of it.

Vogager, I HATED janeway, but I loved the action scenes AND seven of nine.

I loved the concept of enterprise- showing how humans began warp drive, i was just unable to watch the shows. Didn’t have cable nor upn on basic network tv.

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At 10:59 PM, Anonymous said…

As a kid in the late 80s/early 90s I remember watching the Sky at Night on TV, which means that it must have been on at a decent time. Now, however, it’s on at about 1am on a random day of the month (there’s only 1 episode a month). Fortunately, every episode from the last couple of years is available to stream free from the BBC site.

On the topic of scifi, I can certainly agree with Sir Patrick about the new Dr Who and with Star Trek I assume he specifically means Voyager. While it’s true that ST was always a bit of a utopia, if we were to get into space and have access to infinite resources then things probably will change.

What I liked about TOS and TNG was that they showed a “better” future but did not shove it down your throat; they tried to lead by example. Voyager, on the other hand, would stop at any plantet with social or economic issues and start preaching to the inhabitants about how what they were doing was “wrong”. I don’t think Janeway cared if a planet descended into war, as long as nobody was being “exploited” or “repressed” or whatever.

DS9 is different from the other ST series’ since it abandoned the idealistic future and tried to paint a darker, more gritty one with war and everything. Personally, I enjoyed DS9 but I know many people who don’t think it’s very Star Trek like.

The first poster mentioned Galactica, but I don’t think it’s as bad as they make it out to be. The woman president used to be useless but now she’s turned into a bit of a hardened Thatcher like character. Admiral Adama is obviously really running the show. Tigh (the on the way out drunk) is a bastard but can always be relied upon. The writers clearly know that Starbuck’s “I’m a woman hear me roar” mentality is really fucking stupid and that it became tired at the beginning of season 2, so I’m waiting to see how they deal with the “new” her. Also, one of the bad guys in Galactica seems to be trying to force a communist like revolution to destabilise the fleet.

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At 12:18 AM, Anonymous said…

Right now on BBC Three is “American Dad” where the son is taking steroids which give him breasts. After that is a programme called “My Breasts And Me” (home produced by the FemBeebo I think).

Anyone who’s denying that the women executives are manipulating/feminizing the schedules (e.g. some of the commenters on Timesoneline) need a reality-check. They are directly influencing the schedules; and directly responsible for a certain degree of the quality drop.

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At 1:08 AM, Anonymous said…

Hey black dudes!

I wrote the first comment, the one about DS9, BSG, Voyager, etc. It got a reaction or two.

I don’t want to convey that there’s any problem with black dudes getting commanding roles. Cisco did the job. Laforge was good, etc. That’s not what anybody’s up to here.

I’m simply trying to point out that feminism is an alliance of “equity-seeking” groups, that includes women, visible minorities (Greeks, Italians and Albanians are no longer sufficiently ethic for the racial bean-counters)homosexuals and people with disabilities. And to a large extent they vote together to perpetuate the victim narrative.

This alliance is increasingly reflected in popular culture, where the bad guy is a white male and the good guys are chicks and visible minorities and gays.

Black men don’t like it when people look at them and assume they’re criminals. I understand that and don’t look at black dudes as criminals.

And white men are beyond tired of taking it in the ass as payback for historical wrongs. Fuck, I wasn’t there, didn’t do it, got nothing to feel bad about.

And if I lived in Britain and some bitch from the guv’ment told me to go to the back of the line for a job behind Jamaican or Pakistani immigrants due to affirmative action, I would go fucking crazy. Europeans are the indigenous people!!!

And if a lot of white guys in Britain go crazy in the future over what Labour is doing to that country, I understand.

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At 4:10 AM, Anonymous said…

DS9 + the Defiant = awesome action you need to check out the later seasons of the show. I think around season 3 the action takes off.

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At 7:47 AM, zek1917 said…

Blacks on TV series are always dull and boring since the authors are terrorized by the idea of giving them personality traits that could be interpreted as racist stereotypes.

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At 6:28 PM, tba said…

I don’t want to convey that there’s any problem with black dudes getting commanding roles. Cisco did the job. Laforge was good, etc. That’s not what anybody’s up to here.

I knew that wasn’t what u meant, but that the writers and those responsible for casting had obvious agendas. When they one person for every ethnic group INCLUDING an American Indian (when was the last time you saw one of them, outside a casino?) the agenda is obvious.

I’m merely saying long as it is a MASCULINE MALE I don’t care as much. From what I remember, Riker should have been the captain while Picard should have been an ambassador. Riker was more masculine. Chakotay (Voyager) was much more masculine than Janeway (obviously). Anon 4:10, your probably right about the action picking up in later years. And DS9 was more realistic than others. It’s just that I hated the fact that it took so long for action to develop and that they included the Ferengis as regulars got on my nerves. Ferengis got on my nerve. I loved the Warrior Culture of the Clingons.
The Federations smacks of United Nations one-worldisms.

zek1917 you’re probably right on the lack of depth for many black characters on tv due to fear of racial stereotyping. Don’t look for that to change anytime soon after FLAVOR FLAV and his antics on Flavor of Love.

I don’t watch tv much anyway outside of sports, Jay leno and Jimmy Kimmel monologues (sometimes news). The shows are boring and anti-male and unrealistic about male v. female strength (Alias, Xena, other shows similar).

I can’t believe we’re spending so much time on Star Trek. The deepiest ST convo I’ve ever had.

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At 7:58 PM, Anonymous said…

I’m simply trying to point out that feminism is an alliance of “equity-seeking” groups, that includes women, visible minorities (Greeks, Italians and Albanians are no longer sufficiently ethic for the racial bean-counters)homosexuals and people with disabilities. And to a large extent they vote together to perpetuate the victim narrative.

All the …isms serve Global Capitalism.

The crusades against racism in the 1960s, sexism (under the guise of feminism) in the 1970s, and multiculturalism today were organized by central bankers (large banks run the world — own the media corporations, universities, and governments) to result in a larger labor pool (reduce overhead costs for firms) and higher personal spending (larger revenue for firms). All has meant more profit for the banks and a steady gutting the middle class. Their goal is to create a large peasant underclass in each country ruled by a small hyper-rich elite. Visualize Mexico replicated in every country.

Blacks used to be shut out of large sectors of the labor market (except for agricultural and menial work). Getting blacks into the labor pool reduced labor costs for firms (large supply of workers to choose from) plus added new consumers with funny money (fiat currency) to spend.

Ditto for women with feminism.

Ditto for immigrants and migrants under the policy of open borders and continued demand for domestic populations to accept them under the guise of multiculturalism. Multiculturalism also disintigrates national cohesion (language, race, culture) which weakens people’s will to resist.

The end result. Businesses (and the banks that own them) become more profitable. The middle class is destroyed and a two tier society (very rich and everyone else) is being established.

Of course expanding the labor pool (cut labor costs and hence product costs) and getting women into the work force (2 incomes per household) also serves to mask our true collapsing standard of living. Used to be able to run a household on 1 income. Now requires a minimum of 2 incomes. The breads and circuses mass fixation (entertainment) and flooding of cheap, low quality food (e.g., Dollar Menu at McDonalds) also helps to distract from our collapsing standard of living.

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At 4:27 AM, Anonymous said…

Anon @ 7:58 PM has it exactly right. The middle class is steadily shrinking in nearly every developed Western country, especially the United States. Please look at the Gini coefficient (an economic measure of income inequality) over the decades since the 1960s for the the UK and the US. Feminism is part of a larger plot to wipe out the West with lower birth rates and decreased labor bargaining power for men.

Henry Makow discusses the relationship between feminism and the New World Order at his site on a weekly basis.

www.savethemales.ca

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At 5:56 AM, Anonymous said…

“I don’t want to convey that there’s any problem with black dudes getting commanding roles. Cisco did the job. Laforge was good, etc. That’s not what anybody’s up to here.”

I’m the black guy who wrote the 4th post and it’s cool man. It’s just that as far as I see it we should all here be on the same side. That said we should all air out whatever differences we have now, so that if and when the men’s movement get’s larger it will not be so easily divided.

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At 8:14 AM, Anonymous said…

Stupid discussion. DS9 was by far the best Star Trek, regarding plots, over all acting and so on. There is no question whether Stewart or Brooks was “the best” captain, as there characters were different figures in different situation, and I liked both, but DS9 was more convincing at all (of course they could think about the mistakes they still made with TNG, but Babylon 5 influenced them too).

The problem is, that tv series in general become more and more feminized. Look what happened to The Simpsons – good humor at first, and strange but somewhat critic. When it turned more and more into a show full of feminists positions I was quit watching it. The clichés and misandry soak almost every show, but also news, and even science and documentaries, and there seems to be no way to escape from it – well, you could start reading again, better for the brain anyways, as long as it isn’t a “hag mag” … 😉

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At 1:07 AM, Anonymous said…

I dont see how this trend can last.Even many women have told me they are sick to death of one-sided TV,because its not realistic and its downright boring.Its only a matter of time before viewership from both sexes begins to plummet and forces these networks to revamp their programming.It still baffles me how men allowed this to happen in the first place and have done little to stop it.In the meantime,I,like many people,watch only networks considered neutral or unbiased or I watch old movies or TV series on video.I absolutely avoid local network TV,its the worst by far.I`ve also tried to get female family members to avoid female-oriented channels,because of their use to perpetuate myths and fake statistics about DV and other issues.If there isnt already a blog or site dedicated to exposing TV bias against men,there should be.People take watching TV too casually and dont realize the unconscious influence it has on their attitudes and views,especially if its on all the time.This is what special-interest propagandists like to exploit,our love of television.

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