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Chaos And Double Standards In The Wake of The Russel Brand Mega-Attack—You Would Almost Think The BBC is NOT Most Infamous For Its Decades Long Enabling And Cover Up Of Jimmy Savile's Sick Crimes
6:10 am EDT
Some have commented that my “point” with this post was not clear enough so I’ll try again, though it’s after 6 am and I have not slept a wink.
I think to the extent it had a “point” that point was this: A colossal crime was perpetuated at the (Brand-accusing) BBC over many decades, with thousands of victims, mostly little girls. Institutional culture of total depravity and reckless pedophilia enabling. So what about Brand?
Do I therefore mean BBC has no business coming for Russell Brand over allegations that pale in comparison to its own guy, Jimmy Savile? (Well, both were BBC hires.)
I’m not sure. I’m just placing the Savile story front and center, lest anybody had forgotten.
They knew exactly what Savile was up to. (See clips below.)
There was plenty of time to reign in Russell Brand, to tell him not to make women uncomfortable on TV, if that was the issue. Sounds like he was very traumatized and was behaving like an addict which he was back then. He’s clean and sober now— that’s good.
If there was rape then it has to be reported at the time it happens. Else, it turns up as witch-hunt kindling, years later.
If women go to mass media (having been courted by said media) with rape allegations 7 or 10 years after they are alleged to have happened, right at the time when globe-media wants to take down an ‘alt-right’ super star, they contribute to the discrediting of and distrust of women, already hitting all time highs.
The whole thing (the takedown of Brand) was transparent for all to see. AND, (being pushed now to take the Russel Brand bait after all) “I don’t know him and can’t speak to the allegations.” I also am not a subscriber to either BBC or that newspaper. And if I were, I would not watch the “documentary.” The part of the blinding operation that attacks your sense of what is important to your life vs what is unimportant lurid gossip is a critical component of Oceania/1984 and perpetual trauma world.
The idea that one very bad man is your problem, citizen—is a tactic. Russel Brand is nobody’s problem.
Another theme of the post is also the way laughter and fame form traps for the vulnerable and make things seem normal that are very abnormal.
As for Russell Brand, I have some things to say, I wrote them earlier, but then other themes took over the post.
He displayed back then precisely the ethos, antics, compulsions and entitlements of the Rock Star. So if we want to do away with that tradition, built up over decades, (by Tavistock primarily,) that’s another conversation. Shall we start lists of rock stars and find out what all they did? Ozzy Osbourne?
I admire the way turned his life around and I think he’s an entertaining talk show host—very tough and smart.
If mass media wants to clean up all sexual misconduct, verbal and otherwise, all pedophilia, all “bad boy” behavior, and make sure nobody is ever disrespected—that’s a more ambitious social engineering plan. All they really want to do is bully Russell Brand in hopes he will become isolated and become a pariah, or maybe kill himself. That’s who these people are. Trust me, I’ve gone through it. They’re into Voodoo. They stick pins into Russell’s avatar and they hope Russell himself will die.
But they don’t have that power anymore.
Maybe before the Savile scandal broke years ago the BBC name had some kind of sheen but not any more.
What I display here is just to help us think past the messaging they’re imposing.
Jimmy Savile (Knighted in 1990) was a British DJ, TV and radio presenter, with a long career of employment at the BBC, including Top of The Pops and Jim’ll Fix it.
After his death, his countless crimes against children, the handicapped, and even the dead, were revealed:
A few outtakes from Wikipedia:
“The results of the investigations were made public by Hunt on 26 June 2014. The report concluded that Savile sexually assaulted victims in NHS hospitals over several decades. At Leeds General Infirmary, 60 people, including both staff and patients, stated that they had been abused by Savile, their ages ranging from 5 to 75. It reported on a number of organisational failures which had allowed him to continue unchallenged. Hunt apologised to the victims of the assaults, and said that the findings "will shake our country to the core".
It was reported that Savile had boasted to nurses and other staff that he performed sex acts on the bodies of recently deceased persons in the mortuary of Leeds General Hospital and claimed to have removed glass eyes from corpses and made them into rings.”
—Wikipedia, Jimmy Savile Sexual Abuse Scandal
“In 2009, he was described by The Guardian as a "prodigious philanthropist" and was honoured for his charity work. He was awarded the OBE in 1971 and was knighted in 1990. In 2006, he introduced the last edition of Top of the Pops. Savile died in 2011. He was praised in obituaries for his personal qualities and his work raising an estimated £40 million for charities.”
—Wikipedia, Jimmy Savile
What did BBC know and when did they know it?
It was widely known for decades that Savile was both a pedophile and necrophiliac, according to this witness:
Johnny Lydon of Sex Pistols and PiL said everybody knew in the early 70s; Lydon was banned on BBC radio after he tried to expose Savile.
A BBC staffer walked in on Savile assaulting a 14 year old girl in the mid 70s.
UK PARLIAMENT Asks Rumble to Ban Russel Brand:
“Howard Stern’s Disgusting History Revealed” By Matt Walsh
The Matt Walsh Show has retrieved (from internet scrubbing) and assembled just some things “shock jock” Howard Stern has said, that earned him no censure of any kind:
Also, Stern asked a caller who lived near Columbine at the time if the school shooting massacre that, why the shooters didn't first rape the prettiest girls, before shooting them. Listen.
This clip is Howard Stern in blackface issuing extreme racist profanities, insults, and a mock sexual assault.
“Will the BBC remove that creepy statue of a naked kid from outside their building though?”
The BBC executive who covered up the Savile scandal came to America and worked top positions at NYT and later, CNN.
George W. Bush finds cuteness in his telling gaffe, about the power of one man to invade…what? Iraq? The audience laughs not one but twice.