After successful efforts to diversify the BBC with ‘as many Pakistanis as possible’, the organisation has now announced plans to step up its diversity policy in 2018 aiming for a workforce of 48% disabled transsexual pygmies.
BBC diversity officer Jacob Goldstein said “we believe the BBC has a duty to reflect the multicultural diversity of modern Britain. As such, in 2018 we will seek to reduce the numbers of white people in the organisation and replace them with disabled transsexual pygmies.”
“We are aware that the history of Britain has been whitewashed, minimising the contributions of disabled transsexual pygmies who have always been a part of British society. We seek to redress the balance.”
BBC viewers will be excited to learn that the radical new policy, though not yet implemented, is already having an effect on programming.
This Autumn viewers will be treated to an episode of Doctor Who in which the Doctor, now a transfemale gender-queer furry, travelling to Victorian Britain with its vibrant population of disabled transsexual pygmies, explains to Zis companion, disabled transsexual pygmy Um-Bongo, that Britain was always filled with disabled transsexual pygmies just like Um-Bongo.