Jump to content

BBC presenter paying for sexual images


Andy Mac

Recommended Posts

8 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Definitely get the feeling these 2 latest cases/situations have been used by PTB to test the waters and see which ways they could bring in more censorship (both of individuals and organisations).

 


Hmm, I think you’re right.

Schofield claimed the accusations made him feel suicidal (and referenced that love island presenter)…

jeremy Vine said the same thing about how he felt after Alex Belfield harassed him.

Now Hugh is suffering with mental health…

 

all points to shutting down name calling…which is ironic considering the average joe gets slandered and all they get is a tiny apology next day on page 26….

 

something is certainly being stirred…

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

4 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

 

Whilst 17 might be close but outside the criminal bounds; I still feel a tinsy winsy bit sorry for him - I think this is one of those old school repressed gay scandals.

 

He was too Welsh and too Christian to admit it to himself, so dabbled in curious ways, using methods only really applicable to someone who doesn't understand the internet.


Though ultimately you've got to feel more sorry for the wife and kids.

 

PS - I know quite a lot of gay folk, but they are not in their 60s (more 40s), so come from the slightly less repressed era.

 

In many ways it is better to have them out in the open, as otherwise you'd create more Jimmy Savile(s).

 

 

 

 

Yes, his family are probably going through hell right now.

maybe he is a homosexual… or at least an enquiring one. 
be interesting to see how it pans out.

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

12 hours ago, numnuts said:

Ultimately, the mother should feel frustrated and sickened with society as a whole. Flicking through my Freeview EPG, on an average night, I often see programmes listed with titles such as (I paraphrase) 'Grannies Smashing It', 'Swinging U.K.' and 'Freshers On The Game'. Over and over and over and over. No one needs to take my word for it! The notion that 'Everyone is for sale' has been normalised.

 

TV is the main vector for cultural marxism

  • Like 1
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

1 hour ago, Mazthehobo said:


Hmm, I think you’re right.

Schofield claimed the accusations made him feel suicidal (and referenced that love island presenter)…

jeremy Vine said the same thing about how he felt after Alex Belfield harassed him.

Now Hugh is suffering with mental health…

 

all points to shutting down name calling…which is ironic considering the average joe gets slandered and all they get is a tiny apology next day on page 26….

 

something is certainly being stirred…

 

Privacy will be for the Ruling Elites only. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

14 hours ago, numnuts said:

Flicking through my Freeview EPG, on an average night, I often see programmes listed with titles such as (I paraphrase) 'Grannies Smashing It', 'Swinging U.K.' and 'Freshers On The Game'. Over and over and over and over. No one needs to take my word for it! The notion that 'Everyone is for sale' has been normalised. Any BBC documentary I have seen on escorting or cocaine always seems to feature a money shot, as in cash changing hands. How is that not promotional? It is all so sick.

The media likes to pretend that it simply "reflects society". 

 

It doesn't. It SHAPES society. We don't have the shit TV that we deserve as people....we've been steadily brainwashed, debased and dumbed down by the media. So now they can pretend they're justified to foist this absolute dreck on us day and night.

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

15 hours ago, numnuts said:

 

I said right at the beginning that this all seemed a bit odd. Reading between the lines, given her 'it all started at 17' assertion, it seemed very obvious to me that the mother had already been to the police. Probably, prior to first going to the BBC in May and certainly before going to The Sun. Like, The Sun wouldn't have thought 'Hang on, some of this might be criminal' and asked her if she had already been to the police? It now emerges that she did just that in April and no evidence of criminality was found. So, anything a bit naughty couldn't have been proved to occur pre-adulthood. You mention the drug habit, but that it is only relevant if the person handing over the money knew about it. However, the accused BBC employee released a statement claiming that 'nothing inappropriate occurred' and that I do disagree with. It is for every individual person to decide what they think is and isn't appropriate. I, like you I presume, don't think it's appropriate for someone much older to start camming with17/18 year olds, for any reason, and then give them cash. 

 

I also seriously think that the BBC need to be held to account here. I want to know exactly what it is, in relation to the allegations made, that they found  'concerning' to begin with. Was their 'concern' solely to do with the mother's 'it all started at 17' assertion or did they simply disapprove of two consenting adults doing what was alleged to have been done? Or, maybe it is the case that they are casting aspersions against the character of those who engage in such activities on OnlyFans? The very same OnlyFans, which the BBC and the rest of the mass media seem to promote, at every given opportunity. Or, perhaps, it is only ok to engage in such activities on OnlyFans and not privately? I would like to know their views. The BBC shouldn't be allowed to muddy the waters on their position, by now focusing on allegations made by other individuals who have come forward.

 

Ultimately, the mother should feel frustrated and sickened with society as a whole. Flicking through my Freeview EPG, on an average night, I often see programmes listed with titles such as (I paraphrase) 'Grannies Smashing It', 'Swinging U.K.' and 'Freshers On The Game'. Over and over and over and over. No one needs to take my word for it! The notion that 'Everyone is for sale' has been normalised. Any BBC documentary I have seen on escorting or cocaine always seems to feature a money shot, as in cash changing hands. How is that not promotional? It is all so sick. There are a lot of things I don't like about some countries, such as Iran, but if it's a stark choice between where we seem to be heading and the Ayatollah, then I think I would go with the latter. 😒        

It's noticeable that they now actually have programming on TV very much like the stuff Roger Mellie dreamed up in Viz around five years ago.

 

Satire and comedy often come true, wasn't there was a Monty Python sketch from years ago featuring a newsreader in a pinstripe suit for the top half, but with stockings and suspenders for the bottom part, usually hidden behind the desk. 

  • Like 1
  • Haha 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

He was born into a Satanic, sadistic  bloodline, which is why he was put into a position at the BBC to do this.

To create fake narratives and false news, promote the fake royals, fake Christianity and groom young people for his and his masters vampiric lusts.

A Satanic paedophile cult going back to Sumeria, through Rome, and to today.
They hate and fear real women, the source of true creation, which explains the entire trans, woke, misogynistic  BBC agenda.

 

Theyre all in on it. Its why none of them can talk.

Anything else on this subject is just tittle tattle.

 

His wife was in on it too, so lets not have any sympathy for her or pretend theyre normal. Its a cult and they "marry" for the cult, to present a fake marriage to the world, to appear respectable. When theyre anything but.

 

The only hope for him is if he repents. Gets on his knees and prays for forgiveness from God, and changes his ways.

Reverses this epidemic of evil across the earth he has been a party to.

 

Otherwise......

 

Edited by northern star
  • Like 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

9 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

 

Now Hugh is suffering with mental health…

 

 

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2023/07/12/huw-edwards-named-by-wife-vicky-flind-alleged-sex-scandal/

 

//--------

Newsreader in hospital with ‘serious mental health issues’ as Metropolitan Police say no criminal offence has been committed

--------//

Didn't a previous BBC Scandal involve someone with mental health issues being in hospitals?

.............as a porter!

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

9 hours ago, Macnamara said:

 

TV is the main vector for cultural marxism

 

It's a dark concept called 'creative destruction'. There is no incentive for the PTB to deal with all these deviants. It benefits them if anything, because they don't like the West, and this stuff makes the West look absolutely rotten. Western cultural Marxists flood the West with sin, then Eastern "conservative" Marxists use the negative image that their cohorts in the West created to turn their eastern attack dogs against us. Two sides of the same international communist coin.

 

It leaves one in a tricky situation as I don't want filth pushed on society, but I also don't want a false saviour.

Edited by EnigmaticWorld
  • Like 3
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

It's a shame for him now and it's the sun's and everyone else's fault, making his family suffer.  It's fine that he was bold and brazen at pursuing and predating young and hard up men (no pun intended) who should be left to choose sex with their peers. How would he like his sons and daughters to be groomed and offered money and threatened by a perverted old git? God love him, he's a national treasure mwaa mwaa.

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

12 hours ago, Mazthehobo said:

be interesting to see how it pans out.

 

The day before his wife outed him, with Huw's permission or not I don't know, someone who had spoken to him said that he was going to dig his heels in. I hope that his stay in hospital doesn't change that. He can do a good deed, by being bold as brass and asking the BBC 'What I am supposed to have done wrong?'. Force them to spell it all out, in relation to each and every allegation. Not a chance that the BBC would want to demonise folks selling themselves online, if adults, in any way, shape or form. Age gaps not a problem either. I see that the mass media have now moved on to examining a potential 'Covid' lockdown breach. This is them trying to be sneaky, as in they desperately want Huw to resign, without having to clarify their moral position on his other activities. It nothing illegal has occurred, in relation to his hanky-panky, then moralising is all that they are left with. 

 

P.S. Drip, drip, drip allegations are reserved for people that the mass media have it in for, not for those that they wish to protect.

 

 

Huey, Lewis and the Nudes. Where is the sheep, though?

 

Edited by numnuts
Link to comment
Share on other sites

On the one hand I tried to resist getting pulled into this 

 

On the other I justify it by trying to see how this is going to effect us 

 

I detest the use of theatre, pulling on emotions, the old bread and circus 

 

Not to mention that the older 'we' are the more we have seen this before 

 

Except this time we notice the slight changes in the law, or the public awareness of the law? Mixed in with the changes in public coercion, and guidelines! And so on.  

 

I don't like presenters saying that we pay the BBC so we are entitled to know, as I feel that practice has more to do with us handing over our phones and privacy, than it does a paedophile, for example. At the moment I'm hearing about Boris' phone and the text messages that are supposedly being handed over to the enquiry. Etc.

 

I see a lot of the games and training and yet still wonder if working it out and knowing makes much difference. I suppose it must or I wouldn't be here 🤣😜 Yeah

 

Anyway, the last journalist to have lunch with Huw said he knows where the bodys are buried. 

 

You can't help but wonder if it is blackmail, control, sabotage, set up. 

 

Destroy every face that we are familiar with. Add theatre. Add training. 

 

(The Royal we)

 

Edited by Observations
  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

I would guess that these smaller paedophile or admissions of gay bullshit are to gently allow the public to get used to the idea.

One celebrity at a time until we no longer trust anyone anywhere including personal relationships.

After all, if it can happen on tv with known and trusted presenters then it could be your family member too...They set the seed of distrust.

This is yet another psyop they are running. Destroy some 'national treasure' types first, then when its shown just how debauched the whole system is, it wont be as big a shock.

 

It also gives them the opportunity to ride in as heroes to fix this terrible society (which they created) with one ruling federation.

We are witnessing another "problem, reaction, solution"

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

6 hours ago, numnuts said:

Age gaps not a problem either. I see that the mass media have now moved on to examining a potential 'Covid' lockdown breach. This is them trying to be sneaky, as in they desperately want Huw to resign, without having to clarify their moral position on his other activities.

 

I guess it had to be something on these lines or maybe he knew too much about something which he could prove, so therefor they've had to brand him a nutter.

This happens such a lot in the celeb world.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

10 hours ago, Observations said:

On the one hand I tried to resist getting pulled into this 

 

On the other I justify it by trying to see how this is going to effect us 

 

I detest the use of theatre, pulling on emotions, the old bread and circus 

 

Not to mention that the older 'we' are the more we have seen this before 

 

Except this time we notice the slight changes in the law, or the public awareness of the law? Mixed in with the changes in public coercion, and guidelines! And so on.  

 

I don't like presenters saying that we pay the BBC so we are entitled to know, as I feel that practice has more to do with us handing over our phones and privacy, than it does a paedophile, for example. At the moment I'm hearing about Boris' phone and the text messages that are supposedly being handed over to the enquiry. Etc.

 

I see a lot of the games and training and yet still wonder if working it out and knowing makes much difference. I suppose it must or I wouldn't be here 🤣😜 Yeah

 

Anyway, the last journalist to have lunch with Huw said he knows where the bodys are buried. 

 

You can't help but wonder if it is blackmail, control, sabotage, set up. 

 

Destroy every face that we are familiar with. Add theatre. Add training. 

 

(The Royal we)

 

 

 

Its not a distraction, its an extremely huge chess move in the whole game. As a lot of these stories are.

 

Who knows if he's even in hospital? They've lied about everything else.

 

Look at this, at around 4.10. on announcing the death of the Queen, his tongue slithers out. Who would stick their tongue out at that moment?

He has been their chief gatekeeper for decades. One of their most vitally important linchpins to keep the whole Satanic operation going and covered up. I expect the money to shut the first accuser and the Sun newspaper up came from the very highest level.

 

 

Edited by northern star
  • Like 2
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

26 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

 

Its not a distraction, its an extremely huge chess move in the whole game. As a lot of these stories are.

 

Who knows if he's even in hospital? They've lied about everything else.

 

Look at this, at around 4.10. on announcing the death of the Queen, his tongue slithers out. Who would stick their tongue out at that moment?

He has been their chief gatekeeper for decades. One of their most vitally important linchpins to keep the whole Satanic operation going and covered up. I expect the money to shut the first accuser and the Sun newspaper up came from the very highest level.

 

 

I wasn’t going to mention this but he gave away a ‘tell’ (like in poker) live on air whilst doing a pedo story on bbc news at six, this was last year sometime. 
 

It was a facial expression coupled with  eye roll at the end of describing details of abuse in the story, as if it was about him, implying guilt.

 

 

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Huw Edwards: Could presenter launch legal action over reporting of allegations?

Well we're getting to the nitty gritty of it all now. The bingo card is almost full:

 

Grooming

Drugs

Online Speculation ("Let's ID the paedo" game)

Online Harms Bill

Mental Health

Legal Action

Royal Connections

 

Somehow this "story" has managed to pull all these different threads together, while using the usual types (Vine, Lineker, Rylan) to continue the charade online and bait the public.

  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

2 hours ago, 78ast78dgyad said:

someone worse than Huw?

 

who is it

 

 

I was watching another live broadcast and Matthew Steeples asked if this GB News presenter had been suspended yet which made me wonder what he was referring to and came across the above broadcast. Willl be interesting to see if anything develops from the allegations which seems to come from his ex boyfirend but have not yet been substaniated

Link to comment
Share on other sites

What people need to realise, and be aware of, is none of this is really about Huw Edwards. And it won't be about whoever else is next on the "ID the mystery celeb paedo" game. This is a bigger agenda being played out across many levels.

 

Could be me, but in the old days a presenter caught up in something like has been alleged would have resulted in the sack from the BBC in disgrace, an apology from the person involved, and we move on. 

 

If any of this went down as claimed, then -

 

BBC should have sacked him on the spot for potentially bringing his employers into disrepute. The story would have then been made public, presenter makes some sort of apology, and that's that.

 

But it hasn't gone like that, and however much the media want to try and frame it as the fault of the internet, it's not. It's been steered and allowed to develop into this tangled mess of related stuff that stinks of an agenda to bring in more censorship, or just a psy op to see how many people get trapped in it.

  • Like 7
  • Thanks 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...