The British Broadcasting Corporation is facing more negative headlines about radical anti-Semitic executives. Deadline reported Dawn Queva, a Senior Scheduling Coordinator & Playout Planner at BBC Three -- the BBC's "youth" channel for viewers 16 to 34 -- has posted a string of kooky antisemitic Facebook posts in which she referred to the “holohoax” and peddled extreme conspiracy theories.
Queva posts under the name Dawn Las Quevas-Allen on Facebook, who Deadline confirmed is the same person named Dawn Queva who works for the BBC. She previously worked in scheduling for A+E Networks, UKTV, and Disney.
While not commenting on individual staff members, the BBC said it “does not tolerate anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, or any form of abuse, and we take any such allegations seriously and take appropriate disciplinary action wherever necessary.” This stuff can be defined as intolerable, then:
One refers to “a bunch of subcontinental European melanin recessive CaucAsian japhetic AshkeNazi who have no None zero zilch blood connection to the land of Palestine or Israel historically.”
Another brands Jewish people a “subcontinental Caucasian invader coloniser species with zero indigenous/blood.” A third brings up the conspiracy of the Rothschilds and refers to the Holocaust as the “holohoax,” accusing the Jews of “buying and selling those who kidnap from Africa,” amongst other wide-ranging accusations.
“The Zionist genocidal land squatting so called Jew’ irrespective of the fact that The UKKK and Amerikkka gave away land they had no god given right to a people who have no god given right to,” adds another post.
British taxpayers who fund the BBC will surely love the "UKKK" part.
The New York Post noted Queva also repeatedly took aim at white people, to whom she referred as a “virus” and a “mutant invader species,” the Telegraph reported. In another update, she wrote that white people were a “barbaric bloodthirsty rapacious murderous genocidal thieving parasitical deviant breed.”
They added Queva appeared to respond to the reports about her previous posts on Friday, when she updated her Facebook wall with a video from the 1987 movie “The Garbage Pail Kids” alongside a caption that read “only those who live a lie hate the truth!”
Queva’s disturbing posts are believed to have been circulated in BBC WhatsApp groups that formed in the wake of the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel.