February 9, 2019
'I invite Jacob Rees-Mogg to a naked debate about Brexit!' 🗣️
— BBC Radio 4 Today (@BBCr4today) February 8, 2019
Whores gonna whore. It is known.
John Humphrys was given the shock of his life this morning as he interviewed a Cambridge University economist who suddenly stripped naked in the Radio 4 studio.
Dr Victoria Bateman, a fellow in economics at Gonville and Caius College, who regularly delivers lectures in the nude, surprised the veteran host when she disrobed and then challenged Jacob Rees-Mogg to a Brexit debate without any clothes on.
Humphrys, who said, startled, ‘oh, I see you’re naked’, told listeners that Dr Bateman had the words ‘Brexit Leaves Britain Naked’ painted across her body.
It is not known whether the BBC was aware that Dr Bateman had intended to strip during the interview which saw her arrive wearing a coat and then disrobe in front of an unsuspecting Humphrys.
During the terse five-minute interview, Humphrys accused the academic of undermining her argument by not wearing clothes as well as offending the sensibilities of the vast majority of the British public.
Dr Bateman was interviewed following an exchange on Twitter yesterday with Piers Morgan when she uploaded a video discussing women’s freedom and rights across the world while standing in the nude.
There is *so* much to be gained by challenging the notion that women's bodies are sinful – & by standing up to the presumption that if a woman's body is on show, she is trashy, stupid, worthless & deserving of less respect. That's why I for one will *not* be told to cover up. pic.twitter.com/8mVg1LkVrW
— Dr Victoria Bateman (@vnbateman) February 7, 2019
Morgan retweeted her video calling her ‘ridiculous’, and urged her to ‘put some clothes on before you catch a cold.’
A source at the BBC said her appearance came following her response to negative comments telling her to cover up, and because her lecture on Brexit in January has caused such a stir.
Telling naked whores to cover up is considered making “negative comments” now.
Women always find an excuse to get naked no matter what. They subconsciously know their bodies are the only thing they have to offer the world, and so everything they do revolves around putting their naked bodies on display one way or another.
When you point out that they don’t really need to get naked to have a conversation, to make a protest, or to do any kind of activism or engage in an argument, and you push that point across, they get aggressive because attacking their nakedness is a direct attack on their value and therefore a direct attack on them.
You see, women know their place, deep down. They do. And they’re seeing how far they can push before being put in their rightful place. The problem is that the more you let them push you around, the less they want you to put them in their place and the more they want other men that are not yet labelled “pushovers ” to put them in their place, which translates in them looking for masculinity elsewhere and flooding everything with brown and black dicks.
This is why women should be punished even for the most trivial offense.
If you don’t constantly remind them of both your capacity to brutalize them and the ease with which you could maim them, they start to have funny thoughts about you maybe possibly perhaps not being all that strong and them maybe possibly perhaps being equal to you.
Training never ends.