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ToraToraTora | 23:04 Mon 23rd May 2022 | Film, Media & TV
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Anyone watched this? I've just seen part 1, the clues where there weren't they?

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Naomi 13.23,,He'd have been arrested.... just like Boris was not , either,,,,,,, for breaking the Law... get real...
Gulliver //Wrong again Danny , as usual I am telling the truth //
You do know that this isn't the Jokes section.
Hard to judge the actions or the feelings of people who knew him and those who allegedly knew more than they let on (I am confident that Margaret Thatcher wasn't covering for him - not sure if that is serious or just the usual - she was, after all, the person who insisted Anthony Blunt should be exposed) but we all the general public surely at heart don't want to believe certain things about people. Savile was "unusual" but again, who wants to be accused of suspecting someone on those grounds alone. At the time of his death (see my previous post) many people were prepared to believe the best of him, me included.
Pointless telling you not to be silly, Gulliver. You can't help it.
13 31 Pointless telling you not to be stupid Naomi.
....... "You can't help it".
Not interested in reading anything about this person. All has been said years ago .
And as usual from gulliver he has to try and turn any thread into an anti tory one.
13 58 Sir Jim, liked Rice Krispies, you should have been grateful to him ...in those days.
I watched this:
Fascinating to see all the old clips of Savile etc.
One of the creepiest bits for me was the bit where he is at Loch Ness, when Savile jokes that the monster won't appear as, effectively, she knows she'd have competition from "another monster" - with what seemed like a funny look in his eye.
What came over to me was that Savile was someone with an acute sense of right and wrong, what was moral and immoral. There's little doubt he knew he was a monster, but - by another of his creepy observations - hoped the good someone does outweighs the bad in the eyes of the folk upstairs manning the pearly gates.
And of course the highly dubious behaviour of the police and the BBC pre-Christmas 2011.
i cringe when i read about him as i and thousands of others encouraged our children to write to jim'll fix it
Watched both parts a few weeks back and, yes TTT, in hindsight the clues were blinding. However, he fooled us all, didn't he? I never watched much of TOTP but i always remember thinking 'What a marvellous guy' when i watched 'Jim'll Fix It' or when he was doing his many charity runs. And i was one of probably millions who thought, 'About bloody time' when he was knighted. Yep, completely taken in:-(
^ I did write to Jim'll Fix it. I was a young teenager - thank God I never heard back !

I used to like him, he was good to his old Mum and did a lot for charity and like everyone else was shocked to the core when the real truth came out.
If only monsters like him were born with the word 'monster' stamped on their forehead.
What's really sad is that all those people he abused ... they knew he was a monster, for sure. All those people. But the truth never got out ...
"Jim'll Fix It" Wonder if Boris ever wrote to him ? .
I always found him intensely irritating: always shifting the conversation onto something else and putting on an act.
But, like most, I thought he was probably a Good Guy.
The taped interview with Surry police was also fascinating: I'd never heard him talk like that before: ranting, and threatening the office who was interviewing him with court action.
You could see how people might be scared of him. And tragically and inexplicably the Surrey police did not inform the three independent witnesses/victims individually that they were not the only ones.
I met him when he came into our crewroom on Ark Royal in the early 70s. Must admit not many liked the bloke even then. He was trying to be pleasant but came over as more intimidating than anything else and made sure everyone knew who was the celebrity.

Would it be possible for gulliver to join in a thread and not bring Boris into it especially when the thread has nothing to do with Boris.

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