Odder and odder



Yet another laughable BBC ‘Reality check’.

Labour are panicking and we heard that Labour voters are at odds with the ‘Hampstead intellectuals’ who lead the party….the voters are very concerned about immigration.

Odd that this BBC web report, the ‘Reality check’, doesn’t mention immigration which is central to those voters’ concerns and indeed seems to have scrubbed any mention of it from the records as it reports John Mann’s words…but I’m sure he had something further to say to explain his concern..

Mr Mann, MP for Bassetlaw, in Nottinghamshire, told the BBC on Friday: “It’s not that Labour’s not getting its message across, it’s that Labour voters are fundamentally disagreeing.”

Yes…but ‘fundamentally disagreeing’ with what?  Labour’s immigration policy that’s what…the one Corbyn doesn’t want mentioned on leaflets and the one the BBC now seems reluctant to mention itself.

The BBC on the radio earlier in the day had reported Mann as saying that Labour voters felt left behind and disadvantaged by immigration and that the Labour Party had left them….why has that vanished from the record?  Odd that the BBC didn’t then immediately refer to the obvious quote from Labour’s Andrew Neather who admitted that leaving behind the working class was all part of Labour’s plan as they imported cheap European workers…

The huge increases in migrants over the last decade were partly due to a politically motivated attempt by ministers to radically change the country and “rub the Right’s nose in diversity”, according to Andrew Neather, a former adviser to Tony Blair, Jack Straw and David Blunkett.

He said Labour’s relaxation of controls was a deliberate plan to “open up the UK to mass migration” but that ministers were nervous and reluctant to discuss such a move publicly for fear it would alienate its “core working class vote”.

He acknowledged that “nervous” ministers made no mention of the policy at the time for fear of alienating Labour voters.

“Part by accident, part by design, the Government had created its longed-for immigration boom.

“But ministers wouldn’t talk about it. In part they probably realised the conservatism of their core voters: while ministers might have been passionately in favour of a more diverse society, it wasn’t necessarily a debate they wanted to have in working men’s clubs in Sheffield or Sunderland.”

Sir Andrew Green, chairman of the Migrationwatch think tank, said: “Now at least the truth is out, and it’s dynamite.”

Not ‘dynamite’ enough for the BBC to have ever reported what Neather said.  Which is pretty disgraceful and clearly an attempt by the BBC to cover up what really happened as Labour imported millions of people as part of an ideological blitz on Britain with what amounted to an ethnic cleansing of the native British as Labour attempted to dilute the ‘whiteness’ of the UK and ‘rub the Right’s nose in diversity’.

“I’m glad he takes the English pronunciation of Farage rather than the rather poncey foreign-sounding one that he seems to prefer,” the prime minister said.

And is it not odd that the BBC and the permanently outraged Left do not castigate Cameron for his constantly derisive remarks about Farage’s name?  The Guardian seems happy that Cameron is mocking Farage….   If Cameron had mocked Sadiq Khan and told the world that he pronounced Khan as ‘Can’ the BBC and the Guardian would have blitzed him…no such outrage over his pathetic playground bullying of Farage though….the Farage who is descended from those Huguenot migrants that the BBC always use as examples of the wonders of immigration….


  • The Huguenots successfully merged into the population:
    • The Huguenots brought new methods of wool-dyeing, cloth-printing, nail-making and paper-making. They set up silk and lace factories. Some historians believe that they ‘kick-started’ the Industrial Revolution in England.
    • In 1694, Huguenot traders helped to set up the Bank of England, and its first governor was a Huguenot.
    • The Huguenots brought French fashions to England – as well as new foods like oxtail soup and chips.
    • Some estimates say that today three-quarters of English people have some Huguenot blood in them.






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7 Responses to Odder and odder

  1. Peter Grimes says:

    Labour voters might well be at odds with their Hampstead ‘intellectual’ leaders regarding immigration but thanks to the constant lies from Al Beeb about ‘austerity’ and the histrionic diatribes from Mr Angela Eagle, they really do believe that money grows on trees and that just by squeezing the rich a bit more they can realise their Socialist nirvana. What they don’t want to do, of course, is pay for it.


  2. Nibor says:

    The likes of the BBC and liberal left always try to portray those who have been badly affected by the EU as “left behind” , failures in other words .
    Perhaps if these left be hinders were paid like the BBC ie; you had to give them huge sums of money whether you used their services or not they would be EUrophiles . Bribery works .
    Talking of bribery , why don’t we count all the Remaniacs , all the Leavers , subtract those who are bribed by the EU and see the real figures ?


    • Aerfen says:

      So true and not just ‘left behinders’, but ‘old’, ‘uneducated’, ‘scared of change’!

      Strange given this stereotype, that its the Bremainers who seem to think giving the numpties who failed to register more time to do so, is actually going to favour them!

      This surely means that the thickest, most ill informed, least educated, least interested in politics, are going to be most easily frightened and bullied into voting Bremain!


  3. TigerOC says:

    Didn’t the BBC apologise for ignoring the concern about immigration when Millipede realised it was a huge issue to many Labour supporters? So the apologies weren’t meant at all. This is a clear sign they are the broadcast arm of the Labour Party in its previous incarnation. Politically rooted despicable biased organization. They better pray that Remain wins because after a reshuffle that’s coming after a Leave win there are going to be scores settled.


  4. chrisH says:

    It`s as clear as daylight isn`t it?
    The class divide is set in aspic now and there is no way in which our kids could ever get an intern job, media one or any leg up to a secure future as we all had in the rare era between the 50s and the early 80s so it seems.
    The lefty liberal elites have sewn it all up so only a Jagger, Le Bon, Ferry, Mc Cartney, Toynbee or Kinnock, Straw, Blair or whoever( need I go on?…Henry Dimbleby etc?)goes onto fame and fortune-and these buggers like Prescott Minor, Patten Junior squat all over the futures that we no longer can access, no matter HOW talented our kids, how pushy we are.
    And the same Geldofs etc , Sumners etc scoff at the Queen being elitists, the Royal Household being as flunkies…whilst putting up the velvet rope for Madonna, using wristbands to keep we plebs away from even a Jools Holland.
    No wonder these scum have been the cream on top of us all, whilst the chalkwater semi skimmed dross that WE inhabit has never been allowed to bleed into THEIR caste, their entitled and self assessed meritocracy.
    Now it`s payback…and to hear BBC stiffs questioning fellow millionaires on the price of milk or a Jubilee tube route only shows how disgusting they are-would never know the answers either unless the intern had highlighted them.
    The BBC wankers are self appointed tribunes and quizmasters of questions that nobody but their Islington supper club care about-we surely will prove their fetid ignorance, arrogance and greed will render them speechless and debagged on the 24th.
    Or else we DESERVE their scorn after all.


  5. Peter Grimes says:

    “The BBC wankers are self appointed tribunes and quizmasters of questions that nobody but their Islington supper club care about-we surely will prove their fetid ignorance, arrogance and greed will render them speechless and debagged on the 24th.”

    I recall posting on Guido around the time of last year’s election in response to a quote from Two-Brains Paxman . You will remember the question about immigration which stymied Milipede Minor. Paxman said that he and his colleagues asked the questions to which the public wanted answers.

    Do they fuckery, and they still continue to fail to associate the catastrophe which is the state of our public services with uncontrolled economic migration. As do the Leftoids of Labour and the ultra-Leftoids like Wee Krankie Sturgid. Everything is the fault of the Tories (who are not blameless), and the failure of the money tree to produce enough to satisfy their insatiable appetite for someone, anyone, else’s money but their own.

    It’s uncontrolled immigration, stupid!


    • NameNotNumber says:

      Hi Peter, I hope the following URL and extract will clarify some details of EU migration policy for you. It certainly made things crystal clear for me.
      ‘In response to the arrival of increasing numbers of migrants on the Mediterranean coasts of the Union and the growing number of shipwrecks since the end of 2013, Parliament adopted a resolution on 17 December 2014 on the situation in the Mediterranean and the need for a holistic EU approach to migration, which mandated Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) to draft an own-initiative report. The draft report was submitted in committee on 18 January 2016, before being tabled in plenary for adoption by the European Parliament as a whole. This report, which deals with an increasingly topical subject, provides the European Parliament with a general framework for its future positions in this field, particularly for the two packages which the European Commission has announced for March 2016 on asylum (see fact sheet on asylum policy) and economic migration.’

      Fact Sheets on the European Union (From European Parliament – At Your Service)

      Yes, it made it crystal clear to me that the EU is a complete and utter useless crock-o’-***** as also, as you have observed, are the EU remunerated William-Joyce-wannabe’s of the BBC.