“Complete MADNESS”: BBC BLASTED After Question Time IGNORES Telford Grooming Gang Scandal
The BBC’s weekly debate show, Question Time, has this week completely ignored the rape, abuse and murder of up to 1,000 young girls in Telford in what is a controversial display of political correctness.
The government-owned BBC has faced significant criticism following their lack of coverage of the major scandal and cover-up of the abuse from within the agencies.
In Telford, up to 1,000 young girls were brutally raped, abused and – in some cases – murdered by grooming gangs and countless reports of this abuse were allegedly ignored by police.
One particularly horrifying report claimed that 16-year-old Lucy Lowe was raped, groomed and ultimately burned to death along with her mother and sister by her 26-year-old ‘boyfriend’ and that reports to the police about the abuse were completely ignored.
While not finding time to discuss the rape of thousands of young girls, they did find time to discuss the Irish border, the Dover border and whether or not another Cold War is approaching.
Also ignored by the program was the silencing, detaining and arrest of 5 prominent right-wing activists/journalists over the last week in what has been described as one of the most frightening attacks on free speech in recent years in the UK.
Speaking exclusively to Kipper Central, Young Independence Chairman Nathan Ryding said: “This just shows how the mainstream media and the political ‘elite’ won’t touch on any major stories that go against political correctness.
“Our society is turning into complete madness and it is clear to see, especially when we have those leading the country and those informing the nation of the news covering up and ignoring incidents just in case they offend someone.”