ITV Media playing at games of sex abuse victims

ITV Media playing at games of sex abuse victims

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Does media involvement taint the severity and seriousness of situations for an over-sensualised story to rebuild their brand reputation? The answer is a categorical yes. The use of charity to boost their flagging brands while trying to seem sincere with a caring tone of ‘charity’ to add the false facade is paramount to continuing the levels of exploitation.

Such a serious issue is any form of paedophilia, which many continue to misunderstand, dismiss or rally troops in a full on hate mob with no sense or communication to tackling such an issue. Nothing will ever change by empty words or angry mobs taking over. This isn’t about the cheap excuse of “conversation” either as the vigilantes might try to complain of.

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Their must be a level of controlled debate, action and support. That comes from society, past victims looking to move forward and authorative sectors looking to improve claims and lives of those affected, most namely, the police forces.

For years, Britain has lived on a hotbed of abuse, scandal, cover up and exploitation. When a case is opened the media jump on the bandwagon to desensitise the issue with tacky, biased and juvenile ‘reporting’ that clouds the issue, continues victims to fall silent and allow abusers free reign to survive justice.

Most recently, we have seen the obsessively immoral television station ITV, a channel broadcasting no programmes of interest and full of blatant bias of tepid proportions, making an attempt to use sex abuse victims to rebuild its dying brand. Adding a level of fake sympathy for company standing, ITV has continued to abuse the abused victims with a false fabrication of genuine care and complicity.

Using most of its TV show platforms with biased talking of issues has desensitised the issues which continue to cause victims to see the level of inaccuracy and failed communication between bosses in suits to real humans. Words and clever scripting to seem ‘on your side’ will be anything but. Victims live a life of reclusive introverts that TV and media shows turn an issue into a ragtime freebie of air time to look good and get investments. Add the label of charity is another exemplary tactic to deter, confuse and once more exploit. So it is legitimate to argue then, that places like ITV and media sources are the new age abusers of the abused.

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ITV’s investors profits.

These loopholes can be opened to allow perpetrators to slip through the net via such distorted distraction and victims will be further victimised. No justice, depth of conversation and failed communication to understand their plight has many knock on effects. The legal hounding process in court, suicidal increase at distorted conversations missing the point and abusers smug in the knowledge of literally getting off with light punishments all by TV station wanting to ‘talk about it’ further alienate all it supposedly claims it tries to help.

Places like ITV are vigilant in their conceited efforts to convince themselves that they are doing something right when they are simply obnoxious bosses who believe because they have the power to put it out on the airwaves, they will. Anyone who disagrees can be shrugged off because ITV have no morals or ethical dimensions that show they can do what they want.

The levels of insensitivity, complacency and sheer attitude of what they want to talk about has and continues to shut out real stories, conversations and fuller details of disclosure. ITV want to ‘look good’ and get some company attention. Then the clever usage of caring people on their shows, like Loose Women, who on Thursday 02nd December, handled the conversation very well. This, however cannot excuse the policies and tactics of the backroom stooges who plan to see and abuse further with their soulless directions of unprofessionalism. Even the headlines are pathetically put together by some juvenile random who thinks they can be clever and smart with big words.

ITV have a negative and abusive attitude that if you don’t agree with them they take offence in a childish manner and go on a vindictively childish spell to do it anyway just to be silly. There is no coincidence that it has become the worst TV station in Britain by these childish actions and it’s so called output bosses completely clueless and doing things for ratings and attention only. Once again the most important to the case/s are forgotten. All for ITV’s ‘big I am’ mentality using innocent victims for demographics.

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Recently ITV have been using all demographics for sympathy with disingenuous tactics including gay culture, black and ethnic communities, Jews, Women and the like to continue its bureaucratic checklist of people than actually issues and cases. This has rendered ITV the most disgraced channel of recent time. All to make TV and increase advertising profit. Shameless PR stunts.

A day earlier we also tweeted about how the abuse scandal from footballers is now going to open a wider level of abuse including teachers, scouts, swimming clubs and coaches. We don’t say this for attention as we are in tune with people, but straight away ITV seized the chance to turn the drama into a charity using farce with its “Never too late to tell campaign” which continues to zap the momentum, conversation and victims’ intelligence to come forward as such a juvenile showcase of TV chatter for the sake of it has recoiled them into a darker place of obscurity. They cannot comprehend exposing to the public their stories when no one can handle it correctly or with any level of decency. Taste is not on ITV’s menu.

Upon reading this we will like receive more trolls complaining. But this is not about you and it isn’t about the shameless media using victims for stories and money making schemes. The last time we spoke out against ITV’s poor management style, we received a calculated level of abuse and nasty, vicious comments, clearly from someone who works at ITV, hiding behind a blank profile. Such is ITV’s caring and genuine nature that their first response is to abuse.

We do not argue and complain of juvenile bitching, we do our job and represent the right things out there. Of course as a result of this every institution copies what we say and do and then turns it into their own farce to try and be new and exclusive with stories while making a complete joke and unprofessional mess of it all.

The Sun newspaper has also been thoroughly guilty of misuse and self complacency doing ‘what they want’ ‘cos they can in a childish context which helps no one. Their latest farce of a charity is yet another example of the grave failings of Rupert Murdoch’s pitiful ‘journalists’ and PR men creating lunacy that distorts people’s willingness to speak out. Yet they try to complain that free speech is curtailed when they don’t get their own way after a slur of daily abuse on multiple targets. So called ‘Editor in Chief’ (Which is a title that does not exist in the UK) Tony Gallagher, a former kitchen porter, has been highly instrumental in tabloid gossip rag failings on his own blinded misdirection of what is. What is what? Exactly.

ITV and The Sun playing with the abused is not a novelty. Too many emotional choices and misdirected chatter for the sake of it helps no-one. None will come forward to such tacky and empty reporting where none of their cases will be taking seriously, and f any of them actually cared they would review their policies, but of course, they won’t, because they want the attention.

And that is why the hotbed of paedophilia in Britain is paramount and will continue to surge. The mentality of this behaviour will only further continue on to decades ahead of us, because some silly nitwit at one of these places jumps up with a pitiful ‘brainwave’ that offers a huge slap in the face to all victims and continues the UK’s disgusting levels of abuse, where no one gains closure, respect, dignity or justice.

Upon writing this, more of this conversation will be used, fancy words and detail copied, and further alienation of those it is most necessary to hear and protect. All for air time and column inches.

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ITV Bubbles

We don’t write for you, we write for the victims who will hopefully speak out at their own pace to help others suffering or potentially at risk of further instances that can b the start of reforming this age old level of abuse.

All abuse starts in the home, and the government, who want to shamelessly believe everyone lives a ‘happy home’ life with parents etc who have neglected any support of people well aged into their 30’s and beyond prove the greatest disgrace to the greatest levels of abuse, courtesy, in large parts, of the UK.

It is time to move forward not behind. But the government are busy burying their own paedophilia scandal in efforts to not make ‘the establishment’ look bad. Always the same, look after yourself, never anyone else.

Will anything ever change this way?

Those that are blamed or abused are the ones who often speak the truth.

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The shame of the Rugby World Cup 2015. Access to the Prawn Cocktail Brigade

Anyone hoping for a fun and thrilling sporting experience over the next six weeks with the Rugby World Cup may be wasting their time.

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An extortionate, money making exercise, filled with advertising and sponsorship deals and nothing about the fans.

The hypocrisy surrounding the lacklustre programming by ITV and its hard push with players, opportunistic trainers and coaches and nothing about the actual game proves the show is a total sham.

The first step for fans is the ticketing process, which is insanely extortionate.

The profiled videos of stars ‘following their stories’ is poor, typical and pathetic. It says nothing about them and further alienates the game from the fans and the issue the World Cup is meant to be about, the game.

Once again money makers have turned it into a cheap and tacky ‘interview the players’ get their stories and talk up all the aesthetics behind it. Yet there is nothing about the game or fans coming through. It is a waste of time that proves why Rugby can never be as big as it claims, always in football’s shadow.

The pompous, self benefit of England hosting the World Cup was an opportunity to make it great again. Instead Britain, the players, organisers and government have turned the show into a money making farce in which fans truly lose out. There is no ‘Olympic Legacy’ coin in here.

In 2012 London hosted the amazing spectacular of the Olympic Games. Everyone respected it. However its problems were paramount. The UK Tory government’s desperation and self arrogance was all about bragging that London can host and encourage people into sport, especially the Cameron Youth Movement. Leader of the country by chance, David Cameron, who was never democratically elected, bleated on continuously as he does that the World Cup would “inspire” and create a generation. Cameron wanted the kids to take up sport. The same Cameron who had already and then after the Olympics’ sold off ‘green space’ fields and school fields where people may be able to play, train and practice. The use of the word ‘legacy’ is a cool buzzword that had never materialised and continues to fail. The Tory government are an autocue of text that means nothing filled with their own disgrace to try and make their world of sport, instead of an actual world that encourages fans in.

David Cameron manages to sully everything. Wherever he is, there is corruption. The totalitarian dictator, whose infamous Olympic Legacy was filled with the ’empty seats’ debacle which gave free seats to big business who never turned up and extortionate prices sidelining the fans from attending left them with eggs on their faces. But the Tories would not take responsibility. Fast forward to 2015, and the same mistakes have been made. In that space, not one improvement has been made, fees have raised and sport has suffered. No-one has been interested to play the game as the so called ‘next generation’ of political buzzwords.

The Rugby World Cup is a corrupt sham hosted on stained soil that sully’s England’s reputation. Everything England hopes to aim for is broken by the background of abuse at the heart of corrupt advertisers, players and politicians all rearing their head for a slice of the penny pinching pie.

Leading organisers of the Rugby World Cup informed all players to stay out of the spotlight for the first two weeks, in hopes to not ruin the reputation of all involved, including partners of players to behave accordingly.

The game was further ruined by England’s disgraced players posing for attention on Gay Lads Magazines for a fee and taking all their clothes off using people to get a fanbase. When James Haskell isn’t whoring himself out for his own selfish desires, he’s porking the disgustingly talentless Chloe Madeley, a nobody who used Social Media as an excuse to help the Tory government created biased laws. Madeley, famous for her presenting parents alone, used media and politicians to change laws to be constantly oppressive when fundamentally unnecessary. Madeley, who caused the controversy herself by taking all her clothes off, posing in bikini’s and provocative natures on Twitter, played the victim. Madely has had numerous boyfriend’s and dumped one to be with Haskell just months before the World Cup to be a WAG.

Once finally upon us, with the warbling of Paloma Faith opening the Rugby World Cup and the TV station of ITV’s painful coverage and predictable ‘stick a table on the pitch’ and ‘a few chairs upstairs’ does not make it a unique or closely fulfilling experience.

Almost every advert was filled with certain, handpicked stars in advertising and sponsorship deals which highlighted just how distorted the game is. It is nothing about the game. The players are all in it for themselves and the game is an extortionately priced rip off that is only deemed for the ‘Prawn Cocktail Brigade’. It is a sham that neglects its people once again from the game, when it should be open to all who wish to be a part of such. The game cannot be anything more as it is simply a closed off club of elites that have access and none else. A social, cherrypicking nightclub doorman entry pass does not push the boundaries of inclusion to all who love the game. Even the cheap seats range near the £200 mark.

The Rugby World Cup is something that cannot be respected, as all the hands and organisers surrounding it have filled it with such corruption that it is stuck in its box. It will never break out and always be the sport that tried to trounce football and failed miserably. Players, advertisers and organisers should learn how to make the Cup greater. Lining pockets with gold and extortionate while chatting here and there to ‘get the message out’ is a naive and pitiful attempt at boosting its credibility. It has none and is further exposed as a complete sham. Gone are the days of Legend Johnny Wilkinson, who even at his height as England Captain, was neglected as its top star.

England, its politicians, advertisers, organisers and players have kept the game back into the stages of a buzzword than an actual ‘legacy’. The UK makes the same mistakes everytime, and everyone of them is to blame. Convincing yourself its successful because you say so and hope so doesn’t make it so. Rugby is an elite sport for the rich and nothing more than a joke to all its viewers. This sport has no level of grace, dignity and respect and is therefore redundant.

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X Factor UK 2013 Week 1

The X Factor has re-launched its series for another rough thirteen weeks for the coming year. Taking their places were the resident sponges Louis Walsh and Nicole ‘sh*tstinker’ Shezinger. Gary Barlow admitted his final series in order to tour with Take That next year. Original judge Sharon Osbourne has also returned for one year.

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This year the panel attempt to remove voting politics, ratings dips and boredom whilst presenting a mixed bag of musical ‘talent’ and entertainment. Tonight is an ‘80s night.’

First up was the new age Tina Turner, Hannah Barrett. Judges said she “killed it” with a performance of What’s Love Got To Do With It? Then came the baby face Nicholas McDonald. The teen Scot, selected by mentor Louis, desperate to win, was selected over two ‘fat’ guys with talent. McDonald is bookmakers SECOND favourite to win. Louis Walsh is his mentor. If there was an official poster for over-sexualisation of X Factor, this would contribute. He’s way out of his depth. The sixteen year old sang Spandau Ballet. He was talking through most of the song.

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Leona Lewis, Misha B and Alexandra Burke thrown together at the last minute.

Up next were the first group, Miss Dynamix, who fans said look “exactly the same” and wore a fusion of bright coloured dresses. There really was no colour coming through from the girls and are instantly forgettable. Their performance was weak.

Prison officer Sam Bailey gave decent tone and a strong ballad for the first week. This one has Nikki vibes all over her. Nikki got to the final four before voted out for having strategic comedian Walsh as her mentor years ago. Barlow said she had a “gorgeous vibrato.” Sounded to many like fabroato.  No words of interest Nicole spoke “I am speechless right now.” Louis said “Love the makeover.”

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Backstage, promiscuous Caroline Flack has now created a ‘green room’ come holding bay where she exclusive stuffs a microphone into contestant faces and asks their thoughts before a controller storms in to say they need to go to the stage now. Not pointless at all.

Sweetie Sam Callaghan sang Summer of 69. How original of Louis. Sam’s introduction on the musical talent show was mentioning he is single. What has being single got to do with this singing show? Callaghan gave a dreadful performance and was off pitch everywhere. No real star buzz. Girl’s might cheer, but what have you actually got to offer? Is the only aspiration of the show to get a girlfriend/boyfriend? Goodness… Go home with Louis. Calamity Sharon said – “You’ve got the whole package for me. Got *something*(inaudible) ability factor” she adds.

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Crazy silly females in the show continue making a mob mockery of X Factor. But, what are you expecting when you once again over-sexualise children? Barlow and Scherzinger stated with was not the best of vocals. Mentor Louis responded “Guys, nobody works harder. You’re an absolute dream to mentor. You’re like a little Bryan Adams.”

Following that where an all new boyband. The Wham rejects styled as One Direction where called Kingsland Road. They all looked exactly like each other. They sang the classic, If you’re gonna do it right. What irony. Barlow was accused of being a sell-out. The harmonies were off, they went and touched some girls in the audience frothing at the mouth and weren’t memorable in musical dynamics. Nicole complimented them on their hair. Louis said “I know you’re working really hard behind the scenes. If you’re having a good time you’ll go far.” Drunkard Shaz took the killer line “You look like Leonardo Di Caprio” she said to a Rhydian lookalike. It was from this moment on everyone knew Sharon was sozzled on the job.

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Generic Studs

Mrs.O’s fun act was due next. Shelley Smith gave a performance of Heart’s Alone. Fans were unimpressed. The hydrallic lift of musical theatre made a laughing stock of Osbourne, Cowell, X Factor and Smith. Barlow attacked her for not conforming to a notion every other act seemed to incorporate in their acts “a modern twist on 80s night. You were stuck in 80s. Need to modernise your voice.” This is the same guy who had Chris Maloney, an ungrateful fame seeker using everyone he can. Louis said “You gave it wellie. That’s what it’s all about.”

Pin Prick. Judge Walsh.

Pin Prick. Judge Walsh.

Young, flower power crowned Abi Alton sang a contemporary Bon Jovi classic. One you just don’t mess with, because if you get such a legend wrong, the audience are unforgiving. Alton lost many fans as their favourite. She was accused of being whiny with her acoustic set up. It was beyond contemporary standards to viewers. Louis said “Didn’t hear a pin drop.”

“You could have heard a pin drop” SNAP! Barlow and Walsh utter the same script.

More over-sexualisation now. Lorna Simpson was completely thrown by the buff bodied hunks she would have dancing with her. “Oh my god, naked bodies?” she mentioned. They weren’t exactly naked, only semi. Sings well, but crap and leching all over bodies.

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Sexy bodies

X Factor needed to get its script in order and scheduled a commercial break before giving the comments. You got 4 minutes, GO! Gary and Nicole set the comments roll adding “pitch was all over the place” as Nicole followed saying “I agree with Gary.” Thrill seeker Louis said “I loved it. (I) remember watching Top Of The Pops in the 80s.” Sozzled Shaz added “You were a bit, like, unsure. It all took off.”

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The X Factor producers and Simon Cowell’s “favourite” to win, who underwent a radical makeover to shake off her criminal past churned out the sexed up Tamera. Taking on a classic by R’n’B legend Chaka Khan’s Aint Nobody was a huge mistake but got through it decently with help from the auto tuning machine in the background. She span around. It was turned into a club groove watered down. Dance lover Walsh said “You’ve got all of the moves, a great look.” Drunkard Sharon baffled many with her comments once again, adding “Yes misses, you’re very exotic, you look exotic.” Tamera is black. The subordination of black females among over sexualisation continues to grow in X Factor’s favour.

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Over-sexualised Tamera. “She looks just like Rihanna”

Audience fears over Luke Friend’s dreadlocked hair were on offer now. He combed it back and had a little bit sheared off. He looked like action hero Predator instead. He sang a song by Sting. It was a weak song filled with shouting vocals. It was a rotten choice. Sozzled Shaz began the comments off with “Luuuuuuuuuuuu-oak! Performance value, bang on. Voice not greatest but you don’t need it with that face.” (Have we got an over-sexual counter in the corner? We may need one.) Housewives favourite Barlow compared themselves next. Your voice is an acquired taste. Load of mum’s out there who want to wash your hair.”  Handler Louis spoke “Loved your energy. I don’t care. I just want people to vote for ya!” Last year X Factor was investigated after Louis who avoided it before, continues to attempt to sway votes asking people to vote, which is profound.

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Rough Copy went last. After their visa hiccups and X Factor stalling they began In the Air by Phil Collins. Hazy start on first line echoey. (Gary nods) Borrowed strobe lights from TV catchphrase gameshow it seems. Eddie Murphy from Living in America in the blue get up joined the band. It felt bland, empty and boring. Nothing really there. Nicole chimed in “You might be the best band I ever seen.” Louis said  “I love the staging, the image.” More than half cut Shaz muttered “The moment is here for you.”

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Now all acts have performed, a new terror was approaching. Cue the doomy music atmosphere. “Ahh, ah!” The flash vote is up next! (?) The flash vote allows you to vote for the next ten minutes to save your faves then the lowest poller will go through to the Sunday results show, tomorrow night, as one of the two sing off acts. They used the Queen “Flash” music. Disgraceful. After Dermot chats to the acts lined up for ten mins, we predictably go to the 100th break in a two hour show.

The votes were in. Saved were all the Girls and Groups. Then Louis’ boys were safe. Sharon Osbourne’s glorious X Factor return from the past was about to be dented. The act facing the sing off was Clare from steps, Shelley.

Phone lines re-opened to carry over votes for the second act to join Shelley the following evening.

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Shell Fell…

Results to follow…

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For X Factor’s triumphant return with drama, glitz, over-sexualisation of children, subordination of women and vamping up illustrious levels of sexual connotations, the show plummeted to all new lows of disaster levels. The excellent rehire of dated Sharon Osbourne, adding no style or interest whilst being drunk on the show is unforgivable, but pals won’t deal with Mrs.O’s unprofessional indulgence. The first show is often the most crucial to encourage viewers. Tons plan to snub the show that has become an utter disgrace in entertainment, making a mockery of the music industry and plucking young children from obscurity to please a judge’s ego based on area code. Give X Factor three to five years at best before it dies completely, even if it still clings on to a TV platform. Bosses are so desperate they believe X Factor god Simon Cowell will save it, and will take a £50m payoff to return in Barlow’s seat next year. A seat Cowell has been constantly jealous of. Snob Cowell chose to snub options that would help him and his TV show survive, and now, the show is teetering on concussion. Not long now.

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