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Senior employee who called Jews ‘Nazi parasites’ sends MORE antisemitic messages after vile messages uncovered


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A BBC staffer who was accused of calling Jews “Nazi parasites” has doubled down, posting more antisemitic messages.

Dawn Queva, who posted under the name Dawn Las Quevas-Allen, has been sharing more social media content attacking Jewish people and white people.

Following the initial backlash, she posted “Come at me, my shoulders are broad”, as she continued posting a string of antisemitic messages.

Trade magazine Deadline reports that her identity has been confirmed. She is said to be a scheduling coordinator at BBC Three.

The comments made by the BBC employee have been met with backlash

The comments made by the BBC employee have been met with backlash


One of the posts on social media appeared to promote the conspiracy theory that the Rothschild family were behind a “holohoax”.

This is a term commonly used by Holocaust deniers to suggest the Nazi genocide was not real.

In another post published on January 12, and still not taken down, Queva called Jewish people “subcontinental melanin recessive caucAsians of the Synagogue of Satan”.

A further post, published on branded Jews “a bunch of thieving squatters”, accusing them of “buying and selling those who kidnap from Africa”, while other posts repeatedly attack white people, labelling them a “virus” and “mutant invader species”.


\u200bThe corporation has come under fire for its Israel and Palestine coverage

The corporation has come under fire for its Israel and Palestine coverage


In an antisemitic rant as recent as yesterday, Queva reportedly wrote that Jews were “japhetic AshkeNazi who have no zero blood connection to the land of Palestine or Israel”.

She has continued to post anti-Israel videos, including one featuring University of Chicago political scientist Professor John Mearsheimer saying: “It’s quite clear that on October 7 a good number of the Israelis were not killed by Hamas, they were killed by the IDF.”

The Campaign Against Antisemitism today told MailOnline: “These posts are utterly horrific. Racist conspiracy theories and Holocaust denial have no place at our public broadcaster, but what is becoming increasingly tiresome is us having to point this out.

“Barely a week goes by now without some figure at the BBC publishing some inflammatory remark relating to Jews. Something is terribly rotten at the BBC.”

A spokesman for the Corporation said: “We do not tolerate anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, or any form of abuse and we take any such allegations seriously and take appropriate disciplinary action wherever necessary.”

The BBC said it couldn’t comment on individual members of staff and said it had “well-established and robust processes” to deal with anti-Semitism.

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