Tonight I was taking a look at a documentary about Channel 4, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2007. Predictably, I found the section on the 1980s the most interesting, and was just skimming through the 90s and 2000s when I discovered footage featuring a Scots guy called Stuart Cosgrove, apparently Channel 4's "Director of Nations And Regions" since 1997.
Now, as we all know that "nations and regions" is basically Nu Labour claptrap which aims to legitimise the abolition of England into regions and bolster up the so-called "Celtic" nations, it seems surprising that Channel 4 has apparently been using the phrase since 1997. Or was the post renamed in more recent times?
Channel 4 has a brown neck from having its head up the Labour Party's arse for so long. In the 80s, I could understand it - in fact, applaud it. But now?!!
Channel 4 seems to have the same regard for the democratic rights of the people of England as the Government. We never voted for a UK of "nations and regions".
And this was the station which recently brought us what could be construed as fascist bile about "pure Celts" and "mongrel English" in programmes like Face Of Britain and 100% English. Click on the Channel 4 label at the bottom of this post for more information on 100% English.