Monday, 17 July 2017
THE DAY THE DOCTOR DIED...
Well, that's it for me. Barring the Christmas Special -
which I'll only be tuning into to see DAVID BRADLEY as
the first Doctor - I won't be watching any episodes of the new
series of DOCTOR WHO when it's shown in 2018. For several
years now there's been a gay agenda in various TV shows, Doctor
Who included (culminating in a lesbian kiss in the last episode of
the recent series), trying to brainwash us all into believing that
gender is unimportant, and sexual orientation is a flexible
condition that we should all experiment with and further
erode traditional male/female roles in society.
You see, it's all those 'luvvy' thespians (and writers,
directors, and producers) most of whom were never quite
sure which side of the floor they danced on, wanting to rewire
society into their ideal version of what it should be. However,
that's not the main reason The Doctor has now had a gender re-
assessment inflicted on him. The show is in trouble, suffering de-
clining viewing figures and lack of interest from the general pub-
lic ('cos it's written for fanboys in anoraks who enjoying dress-
ing up as Doctor Who or his companions) and it needs a shot
in the arm to revive interest in order to keep merchan-
dise sales propping up Auntie Beeb.
With that in mind, what better time to embrace
misandrist philosophy and remake one of Britain's iconic
male heroes into a woman? Can you see that happening to
TARZAN, or SHERLOCK HOLMES, or JAMES BOND,
or any other legendary male hero of TV, Cinema, or literature?
Once, it would have been unthinkable, but not any more, alas, in
the mad pursuit of higher viewing figures and more merchandise
revenue. The fact that the BBC has taken this desperate step
demonstrates what I've suspected for some time. They simply
don't quite know where to take the show next, so have de-
cided on controversy to try and give it a much-needed
shot in the arm. I'd have preferred the show to be
euthanised. It would've been far kinder.
Posted by Kid at Monday, July 17, 2017