The BBC are at it again. Their latest offering, Noughts and Crosses, aired for the first time on Thursday night. A depiction of a dystopian world where Blacks are slave-masters and whites are slaves.
The drama is an adaptation of a 2004 novel by Malorie Blackman.
Blackman states “the plot showcases an alternative history in which African people had gained a technological and organisational advantage over the European people, rather than the other way around.” And goes on to say about the main character; “The things he [Callum] goes through particularly in school happened to me, like asking my teachers where the black scientists were on the curriculum and being told there weren’t any,”
This appears to have angered and upset the former Children’s Laureate, believing that all major scientific advances of the 20th Century being achieved by white people is somehow an affront to other races, with a resulting bitterness towards white people for their success seeping into her subsequent writings.
The drama is just the latest in a long line of Woke nonsense that has angered thousands of viewers. For once though, this is an original Woke piece, not like the bastardisation of literary and popular classics that have had Woke themes crowbarred into them such as Doctor Who, Dracula, and War of the Worlds, all destroyed by doing so.
Comedy, Current affairs and now Drama have all been lost to the BBC’s progressive agenda, which begs the question, what is left?