Written by Cigpapers
Additional research and photos by Watt Tyler
In the United Kingdom every household (with a few exceptions) is forced to pay a license fee of £147 (2017) whether they ever watch the BBC or not.
The BBC is notorious for its pro gay and pro paedophile reporting, and its support for multiculturalism (AKA the Kalergi Plan). The BBC also spent decades covering up muslim “grooming gangs” raping, drugging and pimping out up to one million White girls in Britain.
The BBC is only granted its Charter to extort £147 every year from most households in the United Kingdom on the basis of it being politically impartial. This Charter then gives the BBC the right to extort £147 from virtually every household in the UK, and to have houses searched for TV equipment by Capita agents.
Any protest about the BBC’s involvement in paedophile rings and political corruption is usually met with extreme force and violence.
On 10th October 2103 a Freedom Of Information Act request was sent to the BBC asking “Does the BBC have a policy of promoting multiculturalism?” The BBC reply is here:
7 November 2013
Dear Mr Moran
Freedom of Information Request – RFI20131470
Thank you for your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act) received on 10
October, seeking the following information:
Does the BBC have a policy of promoting multiculturalism?
The BBC does not have a policy on promoting multiculturalism. Impartiality is one of the BBC’s core
editorial values which are set out in the Royal Charter which establishes its constitution and sets out its
main obligations. The BBC’s Editorial Guidelines state that: “We wil apply due impartiality to all our subject
matter and wil reflect a breadth and diversity of opinion across our output as a whole, over an appropriate period,
so that no significant strand of thought is knowingly unreflected or under-represented” and that “our output is
forbidden from expressing the opinion of the BBC on current affairs or matters of public policy.” This would apply
to any public discourse on multiculturalism as a public policy debate.
However, the Charter does require the BBC to promote six public purposes through its main activities
such as its programming. One of the public purposes is Representing the Nations, Regions and Communities.
The BBC Trust Purpose Remit document states that this means that “The BBC should ‘promote awareness of
different cultures and alternative viewpoints, through content that reflects the lives of different people and different
communities within the UK”. http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbctrust/governance/tools_we_use/public_purposes.html
To assist the BBC to meet this purpose, the BBC’s Diversity Strategy includes a strategic equality and
diversity objective to “Deliver high quality programming which reflects modern Britain accurately and
authentically” and this objective would be inclusive of reflecting ethnic and religious diversity on air. The
strategy also details other aspects of the BBC’s approach to diversity across the corporation’s activity to
ensure not just its programming but that its people, its approach to its audience and its strategy for the
future are all consciously addressing further diversity. You can find out more about the BBC and diversity
The link for this Freedom Of Information Act request is here: