The BBC Pay Gap:
Who else could turn what is a very serious situation, into a debate about gender, as a means of changing the subject?
No word from them about reducing all salaries to a maximum £16,000 a year while hanging their heads in shame. This is the kind of false news President Donald Trump talks about. No, they want to increase female staff pay, and not reduce male pay, and to hell with you.
I’ve never turned over £150,000 in my entire life. (If I saw all the money I’ve ever handled, (Owned) in a pile, it would be around £150,000. Probably a lot less. The last time I counted it, not long ago, it was less than £100,000, but David Cameron increased our money)
Let me put this in perspective:
£52,000 is £1,000 a week. You are paying BBC presenters and staff six times that. Over £300,000. Over £6,000 a week. You are paying several £12,000 a week. As well as a few who are paid much more. And for their 200,000 to 250,000 bracket, always read 270,000. Etc. Etc. Or they’d specify the exact amount outright.
This debate is not going to be about gender equality, if they want to continue. This debate is going to be about taking back past payments, and making presenting a volunteers only job.
You will hear a lot about mental illness now, as they work behind the scenes with the police and NHS to silence dissent. Remember a Doctor can be paid £4,000 a week to kill you. The TV reports will be something like “A person with mental illness tackled a BBC reporter on the street and shouted money, money, money, always funny, in the rich man’s world.” Then they’d collect copyright money for Abba, and keep it. Probably.
To Kill You. That is what the pay is for. Official secrets acts. Anti Christ sincerity. A united front for bringing down Pro Christ governments, including their own. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Note: Collection for Louise Minchin, BBC News, breakfast? Poor girl has to buy her dresses in charity shops and dress in the dark, because she can’t afford the power bill. Her Co presenter, Dan Walker, says ‘eat cake Louise. Eat cake.’ Or get a second job like him. (That’s why depression sets in Louise. Don’t let it)
Note also: If any BBC or ITV or Sky employee is seen on the street anywhere, the continuous cry should get up “Money, money, money, always funny, in the rich man’s world.” And no, they are not doing a real job, which is what they’d tell you they do.