Tuesday, January 27, 2009

BBC stands by segregation decision.

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has stated that it stands by a recent decision to segregate staff along racial lines. As the above picture reveals, the BBC's centre of operations has now been designated "White City" with non-whites barred access.

Longtime BBC presenter Moira Stewart learned of the change while on her way to work: "I was politely asked to move my things to 'Black City' a new BBC department based in Henley. It all came as such a shock."

In a seperate decision, the BBC has defended naming its BBC World Service headquarters "Bush House" in honour of the just departed US president George W. Bush. "This move continues our recent legacy of impecable judgement in a variety of matters," said a BBC spokesperson "History will prove us right."

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