BONKERS Beeb bosses have reportedly banned the song ‘White Christmas’ from being played on BBC airwaves, Politicalite can exclusively reveal.
The publicly-funded organisation that costs the taxpayer £157.50-a-year took advice from the Institute for Cultural Correctness and announced the classic festive hit by Bing Crosby needed to be banned not to offend people of colour.
A spokesperson for ICC said in 2018: “When you analyse the lyrics you realise that it’s reinforcing white privilege.”
“Bing Crosby is an example of a rich white man singing about dreaming of a white Christian Christmas.”
“It denigrates the memory of the original nativity as nobody white would have been there.”
“It’s airbrushed the contribution of other races right out of the story. This isn’t about censorship, it’s about reclaiming the Christmas story for everyone.”
The BBC denied the claims when approached by Politicalite