BBC director general, Mark Thompson, bit back at Christian Voice — the religious group most instrumental in organizing the protest and intimidation campaign against BBC executives after the broadcast of Jerry Springer: The Opera — when he spoke at a media and broadcasting conference Monday night. Thompson suggested that Christian Voice reflect on its decision to publish private information about its targets in the future and spoke about the “‘sense of competitive victimhood'” that could result if broadcasters bowed down to such tactics, with other religious groups following suit: “‘they achieved that, why can’t we acheive this?'” For a more local perspective on the issue, visit Connexions, a group UK blog jointly run by Richard Hall, a Methodist Minister in Wales and the always thoughtful Bene Diction, among others.