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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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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Strictly Come Dancing 2013, Week 7 Results

Strictly Come Dancing, Week 7 Results

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This week was spoiled by the BBC and its shoddy iPlayer, so in true fashionable homage to them…

Dave Myers left Strictly.

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The imbeciles at BBC HQ ruined the Strictly experience from a number of viewers providing a huge backlash to the content online. The iPlayer show has yet to be uploaded at 22.53pm. Fans believe the BBC is purposely holding them to ransom with lazy politics of stewing over.

The idiot in control of BBC’s online content decides once again to tell you the ending on the page once again as it front page headline which really pisses fans off. Then the BBC have the cheek to ask how to improve the site and then fail to listen. Sacking ‘Strictly Nora’ seems like a good start.

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Fans are dissatisfied with the BBC backward approach and have lost touch with the Strictly experience wherenumbers say they may leave the show just like X Factor before them. If the BBC are to ever turn a corner it needs to stop being so stubborn, biased and spoil dropping every single time. But, that’s a Tory for you. Lord Patton has an infamous reputation since sweeping the Jimmy Savile sex and child abuse paedophilia scandal under the carpet for decades since the 1970s with a ‘groupie gets abused’ culture in dressing rooms. Incompetent Lord Patten had been called to MPs over the BBC scandal over the past two years involving millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money being spent on payoff’s for incompetent directors.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2013, Week 7

SCD Week 7

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Next week is the prestine glamour that is the Blackpool arena. All couples are so desperate to reach the heights of the sparkly tower, week seven now begins, tougher than ever.

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman host the week with the most at stake outside of the glitterball trophy.

Natlie Gumede was taken ill and wont dance on the show this evening. See the positive. It gives someone an opportunity to cacth up with the public.

Ben and Kristina

Jive

Jump Jive an’ Wail – Burn the Floor Orchestra

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This week Ben is decisding to tick the ‘get the gays’ box again by dressing as a stereotypical sailor, which doesn’t contradict his bullying foundation one iota does it? Gay men do not like being stereotyped as one way and this is feeding back into that and labelling them as dirty gays which the community links we have to are not impressed with.

Smiley and wavey Ben on steps. Kristina lone dances. Ben then trampolines onto the floor. Feet very spaky side to side peddling. arms awful in air wafting about aimlessly. Out of ync pin with partner off somewhere else. Pair do a lift with jump at same time. Slow legs back and forth like a wheel cycle. Awkward leg over Krstina’s face showing thigh into her face. Ben chases her to ruffle her dress. Kristina shoves Ben back onto floor which is a second lift to fall down on his back. There was no pace, two lifts, weak movement, steps too rigid and sleeze appeal for women and gays. It was shambolic. It wasn’t a Jive, what-so-ever.

Len – You need to work on your feet.

Bruno – Had irresisable urge to join the navy. Bit wobbly at the bottom. Jive is alll about sharpness. Stay on your toes and sharp on feet. Otherwise, as always, very impressive.

Tess – Do you agree?

Craig – No I dont as a matter of fact. I thought best part of it was the back somersault. Too leden, too laboured as expected.

Ever predicatable Len interrupts – Thats your trouble you exepected thatand so in your mind you were gonna get it.

Craig – That is so untrue. Obvioulsy I know your carrying heavy muscles there.

Infatuated Bruno adds – Nothing wrong with that.

Craig continues – Difficult to keep up pace. Despite your best seamen efforts that is, a, failure.

Hormonal Darcey screams – I disgaree! I disagree! I disagree. (Claps ring from the audience in a glorified pantomime of the dancing show based on fancy votes and lack of skill.)

Comedy frowning sympathy vote Ben hugs gay Bruno.

Darcey finishes off – You proved us wrong. Great attack, great energy. I enjoyed it.

Kristina – OMG he’s gonna put us down…

4, 7, 8, 7 (3)

Fiona and Anton

Paso Doble

Song 2 – Blur

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Fiona working cape around waist strongly. Good arm around extentions. Keeping up well with Anton and holding her own in routine. Keeping stance and charcter well throughout. Great spin around on end with Anton for glamour girl Fiona.

The greatness of the Dave Arch Orchestra was recognised.

Bruno – I like your dark side. When you go spunky and dark and aggressive. Crnky with the skirt. Timing was actually better than his. You ket it going when something went wrong. Well done.

Craig – Thoughtyou had a good use of skirt darling. Timing precise. However do lose your neck. Pull shoulders back. Little bit indifferent. Little bit vanilla. Adequate but have to say, forgetable.

Biased Tess leaps into the comments – Darcey tell ‘im ‘es’s wrong!

Darcey – Very nice shapes of the arms. Like to see it come from the back.

Len – Element of Falmenco in there. I thought you could have given it a bit more of a firs. Bit more wow. Would have liked you to have stepped up a notch. Well done.

5, 7, 7, 7 (6)

Abbey and Aljaz

Charleston

Cabaret – Liza Minelli

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After the BBC have failed to invite me out of my room to the live studio (your problem, not mine) Abbey and Aljaz had strong presence but step and arms were a little flighty and sweet lacking sharp attack. Good spin around lift onto Aljaz. Good sass but run of the mill. Very ordinary and though she may be saved this wee from dance off depths, has affected her with a timid entry. Abbey gave a good performance and while we think she’ll get the votes this week, it wasn’t mesmerising and could be in the bottom two soon next week if her game isn’t raised with more going for it style than a laid back approach in the routine. That’s advice.

Craig – Stylisation. Enourmous attention to detail incredible. Did not Charleston quietly. Loud. It was proud.

Darcey – To have a hat and do all those things with it. That monkey step at the end, great. Well done Aljaz, you have made a true dancer out of Abbey.

Len – That is AA. That isnt a breakdown at all. Saty in that car, get up the M1, I’ll see you next week in Blackpool.

Bruno – Abey the it girl. Had a bossy influence. Very unsual and very exciting.

9, 9, 9, 9 (8)

Mark and Iveta

Rumba

Goldfinger

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Blofeld. Iveta seduces the dark and cold chair swirling villian Benton. Good arms and effort but still ‘on the spot’ dancing. Very slow and not playing strenght to dark music. Waits for Iveta to fall into arms. Very empty and throw away, which is a shame for effort given.

Darcey – Mmm, well. Rumba is a dance of love. If only you have drove the floor as you did your wifes pussycat… Bit too bitty for me. Always create an interesting story.

Len – Got gold in your fingers bit of lead in your bum. Rumba is a very diffciult dance for men. Get balance right is tricky business.

Bruno – You tried goldfisnger, look like a fish finger darling. Characterisation spot on. Movement didn’t flow.

Craig – My point is your arms. Hands need shaping. Beautiful arms acheived gorgeously, but hand like spatulas. Concept that actually saved this dance.

Claudia looking like a condom cum femidom now.

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5, 6, 7, 5 (5)

Susanna and Kevin

Waltz

You Light Up My Life – Whitney Houston

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While getting into back to front hold with Kevin behind Susanna leading into twirl around floor gracefully. Smooth but minimal pace. Good and strong rotations. Tidy footwork. Good pull tiptoe glide into lovely spin round end. However was a little empty in parts.

Len – You lit up this ballroom. Fabulous.

Bruno – Timeless. It was beautiful.

Craig – I could not agree more. Brought that frock to life. Hesitation moments beautifully held. I loved it.

Darcey – The boys totally right. So many turns, beautifully done. Love you to strecth a little firther the length in your legs.

9, 9, 9, 9 (8)

Dave and Karen

Tango

I’m Gonna be – The Proclaimers

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Slow and uneventful star and hold in what should have been a sharp thrust together at start. Turns not sharp or interesting. Like watching a puppet moving. Slow tiny one pace steps are unforgivable disaster. Standing there as Karen jiggles shoulders. Given Strictly Myles flag to hold up. Pathetic.

Bruno – Oh Dave. It wasn’t any Tango at all. Stomping around like beast of burden. No passion. It was walked. You look like a crab.

Craig – Little rough around the edges, lets say. Very stompy.

Darcey – So much more dance content than any other dance you’ve done.

FF – (You sure about that?)

Len – Needed a bit more Irn-Bru.

4, 6, 6, 4 (1)

Natalie and Artem

Jive

Proud Mary – Ike and Tina Turner

Bye. Gumede granted week off due to illness in training.

Bye. Gumede granted week off due to illness in training.

Artem spoke to Claudia after the explaination of the bye for Natalie after she had collapsed in training. The rules were clarified considering her health. As above, it gives everyone else a chance to up their game in the contest. We wish Natalie well as did Tess and the Strictly team and professionals.

Ashley and Ola

Quickstep

Are You Gonna Be My Girl? – Jet

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Strong arms into routine on point. Into hold for contemporary hop along movement held well. Good twirl out of Ola in hold followed with consitent movement around floor. Feet bit careful. Bit timid clicking heels together after. Strong speed towards end jump up on Judges table, collapsing on their slab.

Darcey – Origins come from Jazz era of 1920s. Consistent all the way through. improvement int he angle of your head and top line.

Len – Kept your energy up throughout the dance. Taylor Made.

Bruno – A bit of spit and polish and the sparks are flying. Contorol all over. Your frame was better, Footwork and Timing better.

Craig – Frame and posture is fixing, now have to fix all the gapping. Fantastic energy. Occasionaly took your footwork into your upper body. I thought it was amazing.

8, 9, 9, 9 (9)

Sophie and Brendan

Argentine Tango

Sweet Dreams – Tanghetto

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Strong begin. Timid follow through. One leg movement on gauucho. Walking around with Brendan. Intimate stare. Brendan’s favourite lift spins around Bextor. Flatline afterward. Sits down on chair picked by Brendan. Ends on minor hold down. Nothing over than legs, pout and walking. All hype, barely no action. And before Snotty Grotty Brendan moans and fails to listen, we are impartial, not biased. Look, we even have all of Sophie Ellis Bextor’s albums. So stick yer moany beak elsewhere. Thanks.

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Len – Loved the story of it. Great lifts.

Bruno – Relase the fire. Needs more tregth and variety.

Craig – Few unstable moments.

Brendan again cuts in and mocks critique for no jusitfiable reason other than childishness.

CRH – Holding yourself so solid, thought you were gonna fall over.

Darcey – Magic position, beautiful lines.

8, 8, 8, 8 (6)

Patrick and Anya

American Smooth

It Had to Be You – Harry Connick Junior

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Good working around floor but no engagement to influence people again. Needs to capture people fromt he off. Great lift and style with partner. Excellent charisma. Powerful up shoulders lift swirl around down of Anya. Ends strongly. Hwoever, missing key element to grab pepole’s instant attention for votes.

Bruno – So hard to do back in then out.

Craig – Exquisite, exciting. You are the best male celeberity in this comeptition.

Darcey – You ooze style. Perfection. Showed no weeknesses.

Len – As Henry VIII would say, take him to the tower.

(Someone read our mind earlier in the week, then :o)

9, 10, 9, 9 (9)

iPlayer Abuse yet again

Disgruntled fans of the show were miffed as the BBC specifically chose to make the decision not to put the iPlayer show up yet and keep people waiting to mess about with media reports on purpose. The BBC are playing a dangerous game with public opinon. The website has uploaded all the details, backstage gossip and important things to itself even showing the next broadcasts of the show but no Week 7 broadcast. Fans are fed up with the abuse from the BBC website, where clips are uploaded, even now. Many have hit out at the failings of the horrid and ghastly looking website which fails with mismangement. No-one cares either for the ‘backstage’ coverage on the website, which the BBC can never manage correctly. They are too stubborn to listen to advice or people who can make it successful. That’s the abusive bigotry on offer at the Beeb.

The BBC continues to remain backward in failing to give the public, who fund the BBC through taxes from the licence fee, their fundamental right to view content the player is designed for. This is a constant malpractice by the Beeb. iPlayer is a worldwide service.

The BBC are still reeling from failing to handle the Jimmy Savile child abuse case where the pedophile hero of the BBC in the past still dominates the covered up failings by the organisation to deal with a crisis nor give the public what they are paying for.

21.51pm – At this time I send the tweet out explaining its failure to the public. “#BBC #Iplayer is yet another cock up. They are losing huge support from everyone over the abuses to not upload #SCD

21.58pm – BBC upload the content of the week 7 show now.

It always amazes me that just AFTER I tweet, the show is then uploaded.  You can thank me later. And dont ever question my authority again. I have pull.

Danger zone

Who are the top three dancers that could fall into the bottom two?

Fiona, Mark and Susanna

Results to follow…

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