NOW I know the educated readers of this website spend very little time watching or listening to the mainstream media. However, we at TCW monitor things going on there because it still matters. We do it so you don’t have to.
The Times has reported: ‘The BBC has denied that it pulled a scheduled programme of songs from Roisin Murphy as a result of her comments about puberty blockers. About five hours of the Irish singer’s songs, interviews and live performances were to be aired on BBC Radio 6 Music next week. They have been replaced by a package featuring Little Simz, the award-winning rapper.
‘The show was compiled for a late-night slot from Monday to Tuesday next week as part of the station’s Artist Collection series to promote the release of Murphy’s album Hit Parade.
‘The former Moloko singer outraged some of her fans when she posted on Facebook last month that “vulnerable and little mixed-up kids” needed to be protected from puberty blockers. She described their use in gender treatment as “absolutely desolate, big Pharma laughing all the way to the bank”.’
Some of our readers may have been vaguely following the latest activities of the trans terrorists attempting to wreck the lives of those who disagree with their dangerous political views. Their latest target was Roisin Murphy, who despite being Irish I have never heard of.
Being a fool Ms Murphy did the usual hostage apology. The Times says: ‘She issued an apology a few days later, saying: “To witness the ramifications of my actions and the divisions it has caused is heartbreaking. I cannot apologise enough for being the reason for this eruption of damaging and potentially dangerous social media fire and brimstone”.’
They cancelled her anyway. Which demonstrates yet again that not only should you never negotiate with the trans terrorists, never issue an apology either.