BBC Censors 'Offensive' Song Lyrics
The BBC forces singer to change lyrics containing the word "Jesus":
BBC management banned singer Eliza Doolittle from using the word 'Jesus' in a performance of her love song 'Walking on Water'. She was forced to change the lyric from "Sometimes I wish I was Jesus, I'd get my Air Max on and run across the sea for you" to "Sometimes I wish it was easy..." when she appeared on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Radio 2.The Islamic BBC doesn't give a crap about Christians or their sensitivities. While they may be pretending to protect all religious figures equally, I have no doubt their real agenda is to further prop the defense of Muhammad. Their ultimate goal is to protect Islamic sensibilities, even if they have to put on a guise protecting other religions. Banning
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