Dawn Queva, a senior scheduler for the BBC, has referred to the “holohoax” and “AshkeNazis,” Deadline reported.
Queva, senior scheduling coordinator and playout planner at BBC Three, also posted a host of other antisemitic messages—often typo-ridden—including saying that Jews have “none zero zilch blood connection to the land of Palestine or Israel historically.”
“To be JewISH is to practice a religion loosely based on the Hebraic faith,” the senior BBC employee said. “To be JewISH has zero to do with ethnicity.”
She also interpreted Noah’s blessing to his sons in Genesis to mean that Ashkenazi Jews aren’t really Jews, but instead “the synagogue of Satan.”
Of the Holocaust, Queva wrote that although 26 million Russians died during World War II, “all we here [sic] about and made [sic] never to forget are the JeWISH 6 million. Never mind the Rothschilds funded their own holohoax.”
She also accused Jews of kidnapping, raping and enslaving Africans “for 30 generations,” committing genocide against Palestinians and controlling the media.
“We don’t comment on individual members of staff and we have well-established and robust processes in place to handle such issues,” a BBC spokeswoman said. “We do not tolerate antisemitism, Islamophobia or any form of abuse, and we take any such allegations seriously and take appropriate disciplinary action wherever necessary.”