Sunday, 15 November 2009

Is It Cos I's Fat?

Good news for bias-hunters: Biased BBC has identified a whole new category of BBC treachery…. protecting fat people, so long as they're black.

A laurel wreath and several shoulder pips for pounce, the ex-Army, ex-Muslim scourge of BBC censorship:

The bBC informing the British public about an escaped woman killer and half the story.

Are the BBC informing us about two things? Or one? Or one-and-a-half?

Woman killer flees on shop visit A woman convicted of murder has gone on the run during an escorted visit to the shops in south London.

Solid public information. Excellent.

Patricia Gillette, 41, from Streatham, south London, was detained indefinitely in 2007 for killing Mark Murphy, 38, at his home in Streatham in August 2006. Gillette, who was being held at Bethlem Royal Hospital, was on a visit to shops in West Wickham High Street, Bromley, when she escaped on Friday afternoon. Police described her as "dangerous" and warned people not to approach her.

Any description, should I be boulevarding in Bromley?

Gillette is of large build, has moles under both eyes, a scar on the left side of her neck and another scar on her left ear, police said. She was last seen wearing a red hooded coat, a blue jeans shirt, black jogging bottoms and black shoes.

Plus there's a photo of her. Think I've got the picture. Oh, but wait....

And here is a little information which the bBC left out in describing this woman killer.

Devious bastards. Spit it out, pounce:

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said officers had been advised that Gillette is overweight, weighing approximately 25 stone, and is 5ft 5in.

You'd never have guessed, when they described her as of large build that she might actually be… of large build. Twats.

You'd think that, that large snippet would help ensure that lady killer Pat stood out a little.

Apart from the moles and specific scars, plus the clothing. Oh, and the photo.

Now i wonder why the bBC left out that salient chunk from its reporting.

She's probably a secret Islamic ninja. But they'll never tell you that, either.

Is it because as a fat black Killer on the run she has rights.

Almost certainly, pounce. We did try to warn them that the Human Rights Act (Enabling Mentally-Ill Killers To Escape) Act 2003 might cause the odd problem.

But do they ever listen?


  1. There can't be any question that, faced with the choice between letting lunatic murderers escape and being prissy about language, the BBC will always go for keeping us in the dark. It's not as if their staff ever have to wander around the streets like the rest of us, living as they do in luxury bunkers hidden from every identifiable public threat.

  2. Actually, I think you'll find that the BBC staff don't have time to walk the streets, they are too busy snorting coke in some Islington penthouse - alongside some lesbian Muslims of course. Of at least, that's what I am reliably informed happens.

  3. From my secret BBC bunker deep in the Ardennes, sipping my chablis and eating my caviar, I can exclusively reveal that this woman does not in fact exist, and it's a plot to keep the public in fear.

    After all, the one thing you're worried about is 25 stone knife-crimers wandering the streets. You can't run - they're deceptively fast. You can't hide - they can smell a burger from 200 yards and hear crisps being opened from a mile away.

    It was a genius move on the part of the boys down in our Fictional Criminal Dissemination Department, and an even better move on the part of our Media Conspiracy Department to get whoever the fuck that other newspaper was involved and I'm bored of this now.

    I'd go on, but I'm bored of this now.