[Jewish Britain is the most anti-white Western nation on Earth. There is no white nation that has been so turned against its own people as Britain has been. It is also as if the whites there are caught up and trapped by Jews in the same way that communism traps blacks in Africa, from which they can’t escape. In Britain, the whites seem to be perpetually trapped under Jewish control and no matter what they do, they cannot regain the power to rule themselves.
Its truly shocking. Britain also has a record of barbarism against whites that is unlike anything in Western history. Whether it is the firebombing of Dresden and the attempt to murder a million German women and children, or whether it is the murder of Boer women and children. Britain is the sickest country in the Western world, a nation that has led the process towards white genocide. Britain, the land of the Jew! Jan]
The BBC has come under fire for excluding people from a white-ethnic background from applying for a traineeship. In the criteria for the job with BBC Newsbeat, it states that the traineeship is only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background.
The trainee multimedia journalist position has been offered through the social enterprise Creative Access, which aims to get better representation for people from ethnic minority backgrounds in the creative industries. Newsbeat is the flagship news programme on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra aimed at 16-25 year-olds. The advert says that Newsbeat ‘is the ideal environment for this type of gradual multi-media training that is so rewarding to experience early in a journalism career.’
The application criteria says that it is only open to candidates from a black, Asian or non-white ethnic minority background (Picture: BBC) It also says that the successful candidate will taught how a busy newsroom works, broadcast journalism skills and video editing skills. However, the advert has caused outrage after it was posted on the BBC Newsbeat Twitter page and has been accused of being ‘racist’. Actress Vicki McKellar said: ‘Why do you think that ethnic minorities need a special leg up? That is not only patronising, it’s also racist. It’s also racist against white people. ‘Get the best person for the job regardless of skin colour.’