May I take this opportunity to wish ALL at Biased BBC a very Happy Christmas. Thank you for sticking with the site in 2013 and most of all for your fantastic contributions to the issue at hand – BBC bias. It has been my pleasure to help provide this forum for you and so I hope you all have a great Christmas and trust the BBC does not ruin it for you! 🙂


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  1. johnnythefish says:

    A very Merry Christmas to David, Alan and all the usual suspects on here who have provided such overwhelming proof throughout the year that the BBC has abandoned its charter commitments of impartiality and balance in favour of relentless left wing propagandising, from ‘climate change’ through to Labour Party ‘policy’. A special thank-you to Alan who has given up so much of his time to put together so many well-researched and constructed pieces that have left our occasional BBC-supporting visitors flailing in his wake (hope that’s not a mixed metaphor).

    Well done all.


  2. DickMart says:

    The biasometer may dip over the Christmas season as the BBC descends to the absolutely (as opposed to relatively) asinine and brainless.

    A merry Christmas to all!


  3. George R says:

    A Christmas Eve political campaign by Beeboid Irish journalist, Fergal Keane, in Calais, for Syrians to enter England.

    “Syrian refugees try to gain access to UK from Calais”

    (inc video, of course.)


    • Mark B says:

      From the piece : from 0:47 – 0:58

      “France has said it will give asylum to most Syrian refugees. But they believe that Britain will be more sympathetic, and offer greater material opportunities.”

      And there you have it folks ! They have asylum (France). They are safe but, they still want to come here because they will get more !

      These people are not refugees ! They are economic migrants positing as refugees. They should be sent back. Sorry, I know that this sounds tough, but they have asylum already, they are safe, what more do they want ? Well, now we know.

      As for the ‘trafficking gangs’. There would not be any trafficking gangs if these people were not trying to get here. So to pain these gangs as somehow bad and exploitative is as wrong as calling these economic migrants refugees.

      I have heard far too many puff pieces from the BBC. They never ask the difficult questions. But the truth is always somewhere there, hidden amongst the dross.


      • johnnythefish says:

        ‘They never ask the difficult questions’.

        Exactly, because the difficult questions on issues like this would typically come from a right wing viewpoint and we can’t be having that, can we?


    • George R says:

      Of course, Sweden, is held up by Leftists (and Beeboids) as the ‘multicultural’ example to follow.

      But ‘Gates of Vienna’ has this:-

      “Goodbye, Sweden-That-Was”


      “Sweden’s March Into Oblivion”

      By Bruce Bawer.


      • Dave s says:

        it would be interesting if the BBC were to do a programme on the current state of Sweden. From a neutral viewpoint.
        An impossibility since it would raise far too many awkward questions.
        Liberals do not do reality.


      • Philip says:

        George R. thanks for those worrying reminders: “Goodbye, Sweden-That-Was” THIS IS A DIRE warning. The Swedish had a caring enterprising society – now a socialist monoculture, unwilling (as the BBC) to see any social or economic problems resulting:

        ’In UK, in the nineties, multiculti pushed the idea of us all being born ‘equal’, that nuture was responsible for the greatest chunk of our makeup, and the effect of nature was minimal. This model worked for immigrant groups who were prepared to assimilate. Not so Islam. Looting is a hard and fast norm in Islam, along with sexual exploitation’.
        ‘For the Swedish welfare system read the British welfare system and most of all the National Health Service. Today Russia Today informs us that it is on the verge of collapse, having had to cope with mass third world immigration and health tourism. When it was new and at its zenith in the 1950s it was serving a homogeneous nation in which everybody held values similar to those of Sweden.

        It all sounds eerily familar despite none of us are EVER actually equal or have talents that are equal, no race has NO discrimination and no one has the same (IQ) intelligence(s) or right to any state benefits in other countries as easily as the UK.


  4. George R says:

    Is Irishman Keane campaigning for Syrians to go to his Dublin? Or aren’t welfare benefits as high there?


  5. chrisH says:

    This site really saves me a lot of wasted BBC-watching and listening…so is a national asset in these “terrible economic times caused solely by the Tories since 1979”.
    I do miss Craig , Sue etc…but know we`re all going in the right direction..pincer movements an` all!
    Happy Birthday Jesus!…God Bless Israel…and the BBC will soon be wriggling in a circle of hell somewhere near Bin Ladens last Radio Times…Thank You Father!


  6. Thoughtful says:

    Bah Humbug !

    The number of people this year with no decorations out is noticeable. As the fascists have led the fight against tradition and values, and mass immigration, and oppressive laws have cowed the native populace they have retreated into their homes afraid to show their values.

    A shocking indictment of the fascists policies.


  7. john in cheshire says:

    David, likewise a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and productive New Year to writers and readers of this blog.


  8. Chuckabrick says:

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to one and all.
    Keep on Keepin’ on. We will prevail.


  9. Paddytoplad says:

    Happy Christmas David,
    You deserve a good one.
    Whether we use the right or the left foot lets just make sure we give the smug islington elite a good virtual kicking

    They don’t like it up em (apart from Scott :-))


  10. DP111 says:

    HAPPY CHRISTMAS to all those who visit this site

    Pray that our country comes out safe and secure from the trial that has been put under.

    Pray for all those Christians suffering torture, death and worse, in Muslim countries.

    God Bless.


    • Stewart says:



    • Dave s says:

      Amen also.


      • chrisH says:

        Seconded-and if Christianity survived the gulags, the Mao re-education terrors and the worst that Islam can throw at it in the worst hell holes that this world still holds…it sure as hell will survive the mice of the EU, the BBC, the NSS and Dawkins.
        But the BBC Jesus trusty club(like Carey, Jones, Fraser etc) are too close to Thought For the Day, to have any perspective.
        Jesus is not the Christian Church-and if the likes of Carey fail to see that, then they`ll be losing His franchise…but the Christ Himself is going nowhere but to direct injection.
        The Middlemen and Mediators need to know that-but who`s teaching them?
        Billy Graham was their last call.


      • George R says:

        INBBC readily uses the word ‘Islamophobia,’ but never uses the word Christianophobia.

        “Why are we so quiet about Christianophobia?”


        • thoughtful says:

          Because the church has been taken over by simpering left wing liberals who care more about left wing politics than their Christian faith which seems sadly lacking.

          When the Archbishop of Canterbury described himself as ‘first & foremost I’m a bearded leftie’ (Rowan Williams) then you know that there’s a problem.


          • hadda says:

            As a lifelong Anglican I have to say that I’m becoming utterly fed up with the theological vacuity and dumbing down of many (but by no means all) of our clergy these days, and the liturgical travesty that is ‘Common Worship’, focusing on the ‘being nice’ bits without the profoundly challenging bits about sin and penitence, and I have become increasingly drawn to the Orhodox as a proper, robust expression of the Christian message. But that’s by the by.

            I do know Rowan Williams very slightly, and have heard him preach a number of times; I have no reason to doubt the depth of his faith. The trouble is that he chooses to express it to the wider world in very left-wing rhetoric (and he has a particular bee in his bonnet about food banks).

            But I despair of the My Lord Bishop of Ely. I used to think he was a fairly sound chap till I read this:

            STEPHEN CONWAY, Bishop of Ely:

            We have just been celebrating the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela. We were all completely bowled over by the sight of that smile when he emerged from prison and then by his refusal to be vengeful. We rejoice again over his gifts of generosity and forgiveness.

            At Christmas, we all hope for the predictable signs of the love of our family and friends. Christians believe in the complete predictability of the coming of Jesus. We trust that he is God unwrapped as the present we can all receive. I saw the television images of the natural family of Madiba and all those grieving South Africans who see themselves as part of his wider family. His death is at one level a terrible loss, hard to be borne at Christmas. This is how it is for everyone’s first and lasting Christmases when they have loved and lost a special person. Mandela has not been lost to us, however. There is a fervent hope that South Africa will continue to move towards the more equal future for which Mandela lived. What a wonderful year-round gift that will be. More than that, we are assured that we can go on cherishing the man who has only gone as far away as God, who is closer to us than our breath. The entirely predictable gift of Jesus each Christmas opens for us the way to a hopeful future in which we are not written off by death, but propelled into new life.

            As we remember Nelson Mandela, I invite us all to invest in Christmas in a new way.


  11. nofanofpoliticians says:

    Merry Christmas and a very healthy and prosperous New Year to all.

    I’m not sure that the BBC will let up over the holiday period in its relentless campaigning but we can live in hope. We can be sure though that it will be back with a vengeance in the New Year, given all the elections due in the next 15 months.

    Enjoy Xmas, see you at the foodbank later on….


  12. Cosmo says:

    Hope to to see you David on the new years honours list.


  13. Llareggub says:

    The extreme far right, led by the extreme Nick Griffin, have produced a racist Christmas card. Yes, the BNP wish everyone a White Christmas. I think that this was done to wind up the left and it worked. Meanwhile, I do hope that Marks and Sharia together with the BBC will refrain from playing that racist Christmas song from Bing Crospy. I will be so offended


    • David Brims says:

      Strange how the media gets upset about that, ” a sinister blonde white girl,” but the silence is deafening when it comes to 2 black muslims beheading a British soldier on a London street.


      • OldBloke says:

        Didn’t Channel 4 a few years ago run on Christmas day, a whole day of *Black* programmes and wasn’t it called a *Black Christmas*?


    • johnnythefish says:

      ‘Caucasian girl’

      Not ‘English’ or ‘British’ then? Funny how our ethnicity has been erased by PC Leftists such as those who work at the Independent. Seems to me they are just as ‘sinister’ as the BNP, if not more so, by forcing their mass immigration, multiculti agenda on us and then howling there is no such thing as an English identity any more.


  14. Alex says:

    Merry Christmas, David (or if you work at the BBC or vote Labour, ‘Winterval’). Thanks for putting up with my silliness for another year.


  15. Geoff says:

    Indeed Happy Christmas to all here, an oasis of sanity and reason in this increasingly Orwellian world.

    Don’t let your guard drop and expect the bBC to stop the bias in this season of good will. Already as pointed out elsewhere they managed to slip in ‘Free Nelson Mandela’ in the supposedly Yuletide edition of TOTP2, a Christmas hit in March? WTF!


  16. Uncle Bup says:

    Merry Christmas all and happy new year.

    Nice to see the Telegraph and Daily Mail picking up the ball and running with it on the anti-BBC front this year.

    Remember – every time you prick the pomposity of a puffed-up self-plumed Droid, somewhere an angel smiles.



  17. Lynette says:

    And a happy new year to all.


  18. Sinniberg says:

    Yes, Merry Christmas and all the best everybody.

    As mentioned a special thanks to David, Alan, DB etc for their tireless work over the past year.

    My recently retired Foreman(not a bad soul by any means) told me once that he’d had a few scraps in his younger years but even if he lost he “went down fighting”.




  19. Maturecheese says:

    Merry Christmas to all that frequent this site (including Alby) and esp to those that run it.


  20. ember2013 says:

    Happy Winterval!
    Merry Christmas to one and all. And thanks to those people who created and maintain this site.


  21. Will all end in tears says:

    A very happy and holy Christmas to one and all.

    God bless us, everyone.


  22. Llareggub says:

    A merry Christmas to all here. Thank you all for the courtesy and supply of information concerning our temporary media masters.


  23. Andy S. says:

    A Merry Christmas to all at BBBC! I’ll even extend those seasonal felicitations to our resident flokkers Albaman, Dez, Scott, et,al.



  24. Old Timer says:

    Merry Christmas all.
    This is the time of miracles so perhaps next year;

    The BBC will become patriotic,
    See the need for controlled immigration,
    Stop frightening children with the Climate Change bogyman,
    Understand that bombers, rapists and be-headers are not our friends,
    Stop imprisoning women for not subscribing to their rich evil empire,
    Retire old father time from Strictly,
    Buy Suzanna a pair of robust non see through britches,
    Believe in free enterprise and scrap the tele tax.

    Another two fingers in me glass please m’dear
    and to hell with the BBC.
    Cheers everyone.


  25. George R says:

    Christians in Egypt.

    A rare, but welcome BBC-NUJ report:-

    “Lives of fear for Egypt’s Christians”

    Yes, Beeboids should remember, into 2014, that its Cairo Bureau is not paid for by British people so that Beeboids can serve the political interests of the Muslim Brotherhood.


  26. DYKEVISIONS says:

    Praise the Lord, the power has just come back on to our area and I have now finished mopping up the mess. Thanks to the fireman and … oh dear, they are of course on strike!
    Anyway, I can sit back and read on my powered up computer this very ‘interesting’ article on the BBC news site:-
    ‘A slave to no man: Boxer Jack Johnson’s fight against inequality’

    The BBC, they never fail to disappoint!!

    Happy Christmas to all you loyal scribes and keep the faith!


  27. joed says:

    Has BBC News said what’s happening in South Sudan is all the fault of The Former White European Colonial Powers yet? Just checking.

    Most of you are far braver than I – I cannot watch BBC News anymore. I salute you, and Merry Christmas and a Happy NewYear to all you souls.


  28. Leha says:

    Happy Christmas and a happy New Year to all.
    Thanks for all the contributions 🙂


  29. Betty Swollocks says:

    Happy Christmas to one and all, heres to 2014, lets hope the BBC and the Liebour party self destruct.


  30. Ian Hills says:

    So far only a million TV viewers are on license fee strike, but thanks to our very own Arthur Scargill (DV) and his team, 2014 could be the year that finally destroys the BBC!


  31. OldBloke says:

    There is a rumour going round that the reason the B.A. 747 embedded itself into a building whilst taxiing out for take off at Jo’berg a couple of days ago, is that it was being marshalled by the same guy who did the sign language at the Mr Mandela’s funeral earlier this month.

    Happy Christmas everyone!


    • Arthur Penney says:

      Actually it was because there were so many BBC journalists coming back home that the plane had an inherent bias towards the left wing and the pilot over-compensated.


  32. George R says:

    Meanwhile in Denmark (and for INBBC to report?):-

    Islamic demonstration on Christmas Eve — ‘Allahu akbar!'”—-allahu-akbar.html


  33. Doyle says:

    Merry Christmas everybody.


  34. Frank Words says:

    Merry Christmas to all at BBBC and a happy New Year to boot.

    Power to your elbows.


  35. Guest Who says:

    Merry Christmas.
    You, you wonderfully generic, eclectic bunch, are truly getting it about right.
    Now, how long before I charge into the teens’ rooms gabbling Santa’s been and when do we get open the prezzies?


  36. Mat says:

    Merry ones all round hope the new year lifts some of the burdens on our fellow man and the blinkers from our resident Pro BBC chorus girls !


  37. Old Goat says:

    Merry Christmas from the Old Goat.

    I was watching some karaoke carols (no, I don’t know why, either), on one of my Freesat channels yesterday, and when they played “Fairy Tale of New York” by the Pogues and Kirsty McColl, they silenced the few “offensive” words in that brilliant song, and also inserted dashes in the text of the lyrics as they were sung. It sounded ridiculous. So PC. So sad.

    We are truly well ensconced in the BBC’s (yes, I know it wasn’t the BBC) nascent Age of Stupid.


  38. Phil Ford says:

    A Happy Christmas & New Year to all here. Many thanks to the many here who continue to monitor the BBC’s relentless bias, most particularly it’s dogmatic CAGW alarmism (and we all know that on the BBC it really never ends).

    As the apocalyptic political vision of ‘man-made’ climate change withers and dies in the face of real scientific evidence which fails to endorse their wretched socialist agenda let’s hope next year’s data is even more emphatic in its complete and utter rejection of the entire CAGW narrative.

    Peace to all – and let’s continue to fight the good fight for truth and honesty in climate science reporting.


    • johnnythefish says:

      No doubt the BBC no. 2 New Year’s resolution (no. 1 being helping Labour get back into power) will be to push the ‘deep ocean warming’ scam as an explanation for where all the global warming has disappeared to over the last 16 years.

      Obviously, they will not look as far as this, which is quite a lengthy and technical article but explains quite clearly that the means of measuring deep ocean temperatures was not possible until the Argo project, which did not complete until 2007. Thus there are no reliable records against which to measure any changes.

      In putting forward the case for Argo’s funding, climate scientist Raymond Schmitt said:

      ‘But new technology, the vertically profiling ARGO float, promises to give us the data we need to begin to understand this largest component of the global water cycle.’

      That’s right, ‘begin to understand’.

      So if the BBC do continue to push this ocean warming baloney, you will know they are (yet again) perpetuating the lies of their 28gate mates.


      • Arthur Penney says:

        The usual question to ask someone putting forward this theory is.

        “Why wasn’t it happening before?”

        Drop this question into the conversation and watch their mouth go like a goldfish.


      • Richard Pinder says:

        Deep Ocean thermal inertia lasts about 800 years, so it is assumed that a thermal wave of increasing temperature will travel downwards over the next 800 years, so that means we could be in a deep ice age at the surface and the warmist morons could always point to an observation of an increase in temperature at a given depth. So therefore, this cherry picking means that the warmism scam could go on for another 800 years.

        I learnt about that when I did the bit about the medieval warm period which peaked about 800 years ago, causing at least 85 percent of the increase in CO2 levels.

        So as regards the ‘begin to understand’ bit. I am afraid that I assume that the morons are going to observe what they want to see, an increase in temperature at cherry picked depths.

        Merry Xmas


  39. Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

    Nadolig Llawen a blwyddyn newydd dda i chi i gyd a’ch teulu chi!


  40. OldBloke says:

    YAY, a WHITE CHRISTMAS……snow on DARTMOOR!!!!!! I’m off to play before the dinner. 😎


    • Alex says:

      I was born in Plymouth, lived in Asgburton, then Totnes before moving up North! A beautiful and special place.


  41. Deborah says:

    Several days ago, on a previous post I wished all a happy Christmas -but have just been for a lovely walk with the sun shining, nearly everything cooked and just waiting to go for two very ancient mothers, but I have had the chance to come here again and repost my wishes for a very merry Christmas and all the best for 2014.


  42. chrisH says:

    Hate to be a bit of a carp at this time of Goodwill, but what the hell is Laurie Taylor and his godless, atheistic Poly dolly vehicle of lefty crap(Thinking barely tolerated..unless it`s ours!)…what is it doing on Radio 4 on Christmas Day?
    And-if anyone can be arsed to hear this fatuous fool on permanent sabbatical from real life…if anyone does bother to count how often that C word( Christ) is used by Lorry Lorry Laffs in the course of his Bradbury parody of a show?…let me know!
    I have a mitten which shows the number of times I imagine he`ll use the word…fingers at the ready!
    If only Taylor actually COULD make an elf costume for himself-as his surname implies.
    Sadly-like his so called “Thinking Allowed”…he`s one oaf on a lifelong false prospectus from Hampstead Institution for Blue-Skies Studies!…fop!


  43. Milverton says:

    Ten minutes before the peeling begins so a quick one…

    Five Live on at 11.30, news, sports, then the second half of a prerecord of “Hugh Dennis Christmas Customs”, which came back with a ten minute piece about a Muslim Christmas, courtesy of some bint from Birmingham, who regaled us with tales of receiving gifts but not giving them, except her father’s bottles of whisky for the Doctor and the Bank Manager, “and important people who could help the family”, and a Christmas tree with an angel called Mohammed, which they painted brown. Nice.

    Next up a reading of Dylan Thomas’s “A Child’s Christmas in Wales”, immediately after which we were in formed that Thomas was a Welsh poet… Uh-huh. Thanks for that.

    Then to Barbados to talk to Eddy Grant, who sounded hugely disinterested, and then out of that to a comedy song which changed the words of “Walking In A Winter Wonderland” to “Wearing Women’s Underwear”, because that’s what you want to hear to celebrate the birth of our Saviour, isn’t it?


    A Five Live Christmas in microcosm. They can keep it.

    Merry Christmas everyone. Bread sauce time!


    • chrisH says:

      That first paragraph is very apt at this time of year Milverton!
      If that is not the Common Purpose between Islam, the Communist Tendencies of LibLuvvieland…and of course the serial drains of lefty entitlement as evidenced by the BBC/Guardian types…then I don`t know what is.
      And-Jihad Seekers Allowance disguised as a TV License “contribution”.
      Let the poor white chavs pay…Rio 2014 next!…and sod the Gaia crap for that month woncha?


    • Arthur Penney says:

      “and a Christmas tree with an angel called Mohammed, which they painted brown.”

      Am I correct in remembering that an English teacher was jailed for allowing the children under her care to name a teddy bear – Mohammed?

      And painting the Angel brown – surely that is Waycism?


  44. GCooper says:

    Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

    Thank you to David Vance and his team and all the contributors who make this website such a strong bastion against idiocy.


  45. flexdream says:

    It wouldn’t be Christmas without a bomb attack on a Christian church.
    At least the target is acknowledged in the title “Christians targeted by Baghdad bombs” but the perpetrators seem a complete mystery and as the article points out “Most of the attacks [this year] have targeted Shia civilians and the smaller Sunni population” so the Muslims are the real victims here.
    So a White(wash) Christmas from al Beeba.


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      The BBC still blames George Bush for that. Those who committed mass murder today were radicalized by US/UK foreign policy and would be happy lambs living in peace if only George Bush hadn’t removed Sadaam Hussein. There would be hardly any sectarian violence, the BBC will tell you, if not for Bush and Blair’s illegal war. Ignore history, please.


  46. Old Timer says:

    Well, thank you BBC for playing The Queen’s Speech at 3 O Clock on BBC2 radio. It was much appreciated, I know that you didn’t really want to, so it was particularly gracious of you to do it.

    The Queen was particularly keen this year to stress the Christian message of peace and goodwill. I noted that she only mentioned the Christian message, the one of peace and goodwill, not any other so called religion’s message. Thank you Your majesty I took the point of your message to heart and appreciated it very much. A nods as good as a wink eh?

    The (so called) religion she clearly did not mention was the one that tends to send people skyward very quickly on an explosive and colourful trail that ends with 72 virgins of middle eastern origin. What a load of Botox. Silly buggers, do those old rag hats really believe that nonsense.

    Anyway, the jolly chaps (and those of a indeterminate sexuality) at the BBC then carried on playing old pre-recorded pop songs on the pre-recorded programme that the BBC recorded earlier without a single mention of the Christian message that the Queen of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Commonwealth had made on this wonderful Christmas day. No comment, no thank you, no nothing. The respect shown for The Queen was underwhelming in its entirety, it was nothing, absolutely nothing! I’d go as far as to say it was bugger all.

    So, you lot at the so called “BRITISH” Broadcasting company here is my considered opinion of your Christmas programme this afternoon. It stinks. Its stinks to high heaven. It stinks worse than fish left out in the sun to rot for a couple days in the middle of summer in certain parts of Bradford, and that is bad, really chuffing bad.

    I will say it again: to all Cameroons and anything that is not invertebrate, remove your pinkies from your nether regions and get rid of the traitors at the Salford cess pit PDQ. It is dragging what’s left of this poor nation down with it.

    Good afternoon.
    Enjoy the rest of your Christmas day.
    Peace be with you,
    X X X


    • Chuckabrick says:

      Jesus Our Saviour today is born. Thanks be to God.


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      The BBC seems to have had a little difficulty summing up the Queen’s speech today, and took the easy route. They did manage to describe it as reflecting on the birth of her grandson. The only time the key element you cite got a mention was in the context of the christening.

      The Queen added: “As with all who are christened, George was baptised into a joyful faith of Christian duty and service. After the christening, we gathered for the traditional photograph. It was a happy occasion.”

      The Queen also talked about the need for reflection generally and said: “We all need to get the balance right between action and reflection.

      There, you see? The BBC quoted her saying the words “faith” and “Christian” in the same sentence. What more can you want? Who cares about the Queen saying that quiet personal reflection can lead to discovering greater spiritual depth to their lives when there are secular elements to focus on? Her statement about Christians and that her Christmas message shows that God’s love is for everyone is probably seen as divisive and not a little racist, so not worthy of inclusion. They admit at the bottom that her speeches usually have “a strong religious framework”, so job done. Why that wasn’t evident in their summary of the speech, I cannot say. Clearly the secular and non-denominational elements of the speech were key, and the rest not important.


      • Old Timer says:

        In the link you provide we get a BBC summary of what they think she said, (and what she was wearing with a full description of her jewels) , not a link provided by them to the actual broadcast by her Majesty. To see the actual broadcast they refer us to YouTube, an American company I believe. I could of course see it on Facebook or find a 140 characters of it on Twitter too I suppose.

        Evidently the BBC cannot provide a video themselves. Obviously they are a bit short of funds right now, what with the cuts and all that expense in sending hundreds of worshipers to cover a funeral in a far away country.

        It is clear to me that the tele tax should therefore go up to about £250 per year, or more if needed. In fact what if we do away with the Queen altogether and give the money to the BBC? I am sure there are a few hovering BBC supporters that would agree with that proposal. Then there are those folks pretending not to watch TV by watching Catch Up on the computer. That must be worth another £Billion or so if the BBC send a few heavies round and threaten to send them to prison for not paying up.

        Honestly the world is the BBC’s oyster, and Champagne, and unlimited travel expenses, and shouldn’t everyone be on a £Million a year contract darling?

        To those with a limited sense of irony the bit about putting up the tele tax was a joke. Probably not a wise one though. The BBC and the working man’s enemy (The Labour Party) will see it as a wonderful plan to get us plebs coughing up more cash for their research trips to Cuba/Brussels/Spain/Tuscany/Bolivia/……. BUT there might then just be enough cash for David Attenborough to do a series on; The Life of Parasites in Salford.


      • hadda says:

        At least al-Beeb bothered to mention the explicitly Christian nature of her message, however much they may have hated it. The Telegraph’s commentary ignores it completely.

        Long live Her Majesty, and God help us when he finally calls her to her eternal rest.

        Meanwhile in Iraq. Our Saracen guests are damn lucky we civilised western Christians aren’t as easily ‘radicalised’ as their howling barbarian coreligionists in the world’s hotter countries.



    • brenda lacluster says:

      This year AlBeeb has bust a gut to prove the axiom about quality being inversely proportional to the amount of money they stiff you for…now I notice it also includes radio…..
      A pox on all their camels and drop dead soon….

      From a well wisher, suitably poisoned…


  47. stuart says:

    lets wish are men and women of the armed forces serving abroad a happy christmas and a new year and let them know we have not forgot about them.


  48. Reed says:

    Merry Christmas everyone…


  49. George R says:

    1.) ‘Jihad Watch’-
    “Christmas in Iraq:
    Islamic jihadists murder at least 34 people with bomb attacks in Christian areas”

    INBBC does not mention the Islamofascist mass murderers-

    2.) INBBC-
    “Christian areas hit by Baghdad bombs”