SICK RANTS Outrage as senior BBC staffer Dawn Queva calls Jews ‘Nazi parasites’ who funded ‘holohoax’ & brands white people ‘virus’

A SENIOR BBC staffer has branded Jews "Nazi parasites" who funded the "holohaux" and called white people a "virus" in vile posts.

Dawn Queva, a senior co-coordinator who supports the scheduling team for BBC Three, shared a number of hateful posts attacking both communities.

Dawn Queva, is understood to be a senior coordinator at BBC Three
Dawn Queva, is understood to be a senior coordinator at BBC ThreeCredit: BBC
The BBC has already faced criticism from Israel supporters over coverage of Gaza
The BBC has already faced criticism from Israel supporters over coverage of GazaCredit: The Sun

The posts were created under the name of Dawn Las Quevas-Allen on Facebook, which has the same profile picture as her regular profile.

One of her posts appeared to peddle the conspiracy theory that the Rothschild family were behind the "holohoax", a term commonly used by Holocaust deniers to suggest the Nazi genocide was fabricated.

Other posts repeatedly attack white people, calling them a “virus” and “mutant invader species”.

Her identity was confirmed to be the BBC employee by trade publication Deadline.

Despite the backlash over her vile posts, she told her Facebook followers today: "Come at me, my shoulders are broad."

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

A further post on January 13 branded Jews "a bunch of thieving squatters", accusing them of "buying and selling those who kidnap from Africa".

Ms Queva, whose location is listed as London on her Linkedin profile, also brands the UK “bigoted” and “genocidal” and claims white Europeans are “melanin-recessive parasites”, reports the Telegraph.

Other posts say that white people have disturbed the natural order of the planet, and that they are a "barbaric bloodthirsty rapacious murderous genocidal thieving parasitical deviant breed".

According to her LinkedIn profile, Ms Queva previously held roles at Disney and NBC, and joined the Corporation in January 2023. 

In other Facebook posts, the BBC employee referred to the UK as the 'UKKK' - a reference to the Klu Klux Klan.

The account has continued to share more social media content attacking Jewish people and white people. 

One featured University of Chicago political scientist Prof John Mearsheimer reportedly 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."

She also posted a video associating Israel's first prime minister David Ben-Gurion with Adolf Hitler. 

Comments posted in response included one telling her: "This should be career ending. There should be no place in civilised society for this kind of bigotry."

Jewish anti-hate charity Campaign Against Antisemitism said it would refer Queva to the police and write to the BBC.

The BBC has already faced criticism over its coverage of the October terror attacks and conflict in Gaza, after repeatedly refusing to describe Hamas as terrorists.

Asked about the Queva comments, The BBC said it would not comment directly on the employee, but added: "We don’t comment on individual members of staff and we have well-established and robust processes in place to handle such issues.

"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."

Dawn Las Quevas-Allen have been contacted for comment.

It comes after Tim Davie, the BBC director general launched a "listening" session amid staff concerns over the Israel-Hamas war, which led some Jewish employees to lodge official complaints about anti-Semitism.

Jewish members of staff at the BBC have defied a ban on attending marches against anti-Semitism in London.

Earlier this month the Corporation became embroiled in another row after sports presenter Gary Lineker shared a post calling for Israel to be banned from international football tournaments.

Pro Palestine supporters in a protest at the BBC in November
Pro Palestine supporters in a protest at the BBC in November

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