By Giuseppe De Santis-A few weeks ago The Sun admitted that the British National Party has been right about the problem of Muslim paedophiles grooming underage British girls for sex.
However many nationalists wonder if the BBC plans to apologise to BNP Chairman Nick Griffin as their reporter played an active role in the arrest and prosecution of Mr Griffin by filming a speech he made in which he raised awareness of this problem.
Hardworking BNP member Giuseppe De Santis made a complaint to the BBC about that and this is the reply he received:
Dear Mr de Santis
Thanks for contacting us regarding a programme featuring Nick Griffin.
I understand you believe the BBC should admit we were wrong for filming an undercover programme featuring Mr Griffin a few years ago and believe we should apologise for this.
The BBC stands by its output on this matter, but as this is a complaint about programming from several years ago it falls outside our complaints framework and it wouldn’t be an appropriate use of our resources to re-open an investigation after all this time.
More details of our framework can be found here:
Thanks once again for taking the time to contact us.
So no surprise here, the BBC still believe it was right to arrest and prosecute Nick Griffin for telling the truth.
It's upsetting but not surprising, after all this is the same corporation that for decades covered up the abuses carried out by Jimmy Savile on underage girls and no one knows how many were involved as well.
Maybe it's time to start a campaign to scrap the TV licence as it's unacceptable that nationalists must be forced to pay a lot of money to support this nasty organisation.