Jew Andrew Adonis has written to broadcasting regulator Ofcom to demand that it “instruct” the BBC not to broadcast Enoch Powell’s Rivers of Blood speech in a radio programme on Saturday.
Note his words: “if a contemporary politician made such a speech they would almost certainly be arrested and charged with serious offences.”
The BBC programme will be presented by a Paki called Amol Rajan, broken up into segments and “critiqued by voices from across the spectrum”.
Most of these “voices from across the spectrum” will, I am sure, be from the kind of people old Enoch thought the British people were made to let in. And, of course, we now know that Enoch Was Right.