BBC staffer who called Jewish people ‘Nazis’ and ‘parasites,’ funded ‘holohaux’ gets fired


A senior BBC employee who penned a series of antisemitic Facebook posts that included calling Jewish people “Nazi apartheid parasites” who funded a “holohoax” has been sacked, the news outlet said.


Dawn Queva, a senior scheduling coordinator and media-strategy planner at BBC Three, peddled troubling antisemitic conspiracy theories on social media for several months until she left the company Sunday after being “sacked,” according to the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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Queva’s posts — which also attacked white people, deeming them a “virus” — were shared with her employer last week as calls grew for her removal from the organization, which confirmed her exit to the Telegraph on Monday.


“The individual concerned is no longer employed by the BBC,” a BBC rep said in a statement.


The BBC added in its own story about Queva that it takes “appropriate disciplinary action wherever necessary.”


The unsettling social media posts made by Queva, whose since-deleted profile appeared under the name Dawn Las Quevas-Allen, go back nearly a decade, according to screenshots shared by Deadline, which first reported the situation.

In one rant, Queva called Jewish people “Nazi apartheid parasites” and accused them of funding a “holohoax.”


She also referred to Israel as “Israhell” in a 2014 post and made several other updates criticizing Israel and Zionism.

–New York Post