By Matt Philbin ~
“Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!” True, but the PC Inquisition is getting mighty predictable. The fetish for diversity reached a whole new level of stupid recently as the BBC introduced its new direction. Programming would emphasize “stories that haven’t been told” and “the voices we haven’t yet heard,” according to U.K. newspaper The Independent.
Sounds like a laugh riot. When someone mentioned the iconic comedy of Monty Python to the BBC’s
VP of Virtue Signalling, President of Privilege Checking Controller of Comedy Commissioning (yes, that one’s real) Shane Allen, he pooh-poohed the old geezers:
If you’re going to assemble a team now, it’s not going to be six Oxbridge white blokes. It’s going to be a diverse range of people who reflect the modern world.
Even if Python isn’t to your taste, The Flying Circus was one of the most inventive comedy…
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