Tax-funded Kremlin satellite office of socialist claptrap and lily-livered soi-disant 'diversity' the BBC has rightly come under fire from those brave boys at the Mail once again today for allowing a TV presenter to present a TV programme.
As I pointed out this morning, the Mail's obsession with attacking the Beeb isn't always entirely a misguided enterprise; anything or anyone that exposes to a wider audience the fact that Chris Moyles is a talent-free cataract of steaming liquid crap can't be entirely wrong, even if it is the Daily Mail saying it.
After all, Richard Littlejohn wrote something the other day that was vaguely positive towards Barack Obama; though one suspects, rather wearily, that it is merely the kind of 'Get out of jail free' card the weaselly little shite will pull out of his pocket the next time he's entirely correctly accused of being a racist bastard. "Ah no," he'll pipe up from his Florida mansion while pretending to be the voice of the British public - especially the 'silent majority' who are, without a shadow of a doubt or contradiction, also the real secret 'oppressed minority' - "I said something that wasn't horrible about Barack Obama, and he's kind of brown. So there!" And he'll still be the champion cunt of all known cunts, but all the same you have to step back and admire the cunning of the little shit.
But this article about Jonathan Ross doing his job is so tediously dull that it tells us nothing, and so hastily written that it's fucking amateurish:
Referring to his enforced time away from TV, Ross kicked off his show with a knowing 'So, where we?'.
'Where were we?' maybe?
A long queue of audience members snaked around part of the BBC building early this morning as they waited to get in.
Many of them working for one tabloid or another, I should imagine. Anyway there's some guff about a supposed contract that Tom Cruise probably doesn't have and is almost certainly made up, and then:
And if Jonathan Ross's latest antics are anything to go by, the presenter may have some difficulty keeping to the actor's strict guidelines.
Guests on the programme, to be broadcast a day later, include the Tom, Ross's fellow BBC presenter Stephen Fry and comedian Lee Evans.
What a conspiracy the Mail have unearthed... Stephen Fry is a 'fellow BBC presenter' and therefore also taking the shilling from the state-owned Trotskyite PC-gone-mad scum! He won't appear on the programme and beat Ross around the head with a shit-covered baseball bat, as any right-minded citizen would do, then! Outrageous.
And anyway, who the fuck is 'The Tom'?
If this is the best the Mail can come up with in its latest salvo, the licence fee is pretty safe for a while yet.