28 Responses to Women Trouble

  1. wronged says:

    Do I think Hilary new about Weinstein’s strong rumours of sexual abuse yet did nothing about it? – Yes

    Do I think Hilary new about her husbands philandering with other women? -Yes

    Do I think that Hilary has repeatedly lied in order to protect men who abuse woman? – Yes

    Do I trust anything Hilary says? -No.


  2. Deborahanother says:

    She comes across as pathetic and embarrassing .Not an iota of self awareness. She is not entitled to the Presidency because of her gender and connections .The Democrats should have had the cojones to pick someone else .


  3. Scroblene says:

    How refreshing to read Fox News these days.

    Billary gets proper flak, not a fumbling ‘interview’ from a gullible hack like Marr, being reported as a serious study of how marvellous the Clintons are for the universe, and how Billy Boy isn’t a predator any more, as ‘it’s in the past’.

    Oh is it?

    I’m so glad that I forgot the Marr dribble was going to be on, but as we haven’t watched the BBBC for seven weeks now, that’s not surprising!

    (Actually I do watch the clips good people here post, so I get a proper idea of the bias, not the BBBC’s version and squalid leftie opinions. I’m sorry if this is a bit lazy, but there are more people out there with low blood pressure who are able to stomach most of the tax-paid drivel which is purported to be reasoned discussion)!


    • Doublethinker says:

      I know exactly how you feel. I used to watch the Daily and Sunday Politics regularly knowing that whenever Brillo was on we would get a reasonably balanced programme that you could form an opinion from. Since he was sacked ( of course he was sacked for being a Leaver or at least someone who thought that after the referendum it was incumbent on the political class to deliver on the Leave result as comprehensively and speedily as possible, a view that is an anathema to the BBC ) I don’t watch it. I gave up on BBC news years ago apart from PM but I no longer bother with that now. I can write their scripts for them if they wish , as once you have the simplistic liberal left world view , you can give the BBC interpretation of any event as easily as falling off a log.
      Back to Hillary. She is another liberal lefty and so the stench of hypocrisy is never far away. This woman says she is world wide champion of women rights, that was a corner stone of her presidential campaign last year when she used Trumps seven year old locker room remark to a friend ‘ grab em by the pussy’ to villify him . Well now we see the truth . If one of her male chauvinist pig liberal left friends , or her husband , doesn’t just talk about it but actually does it, and uses their power to force women to submit to being raped, then she finds it so hard to condemn them. So much for being a champion of women’s rights. The stench of hypocrisy is so strong that anyone meeting her ought to wear a gas mask. But then I find that whenever you do meet a lefty , be they a powerful politician or supporter, or just a Labour voter, you can usually smell them before you see them.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Me too – I gave up . No al beeb news no c4 news itv and sky are shameful – so i land up watchingvRT. Amazing situation . I pop into news sometimes like the non terrorist attack at the natvhistory museum last week ( remember ?) but otherwise my anti multi culture filter is switched to “high”


        • Scroblene says:

          Actually, Fed and Double, the first port of call is a free rag like The Mail or the Express, which, despite the need to show as many tits and bums as they can, usually on the same bloke, I can at least find out if North Korea’s still there, or our Queen and Duke of E are still with us, without seeing some bleeding heart lefty on the bbbc website, expounding the virtues of some crap show like Arsenders!

          I regularly write on an allotment blog, and this is such good therapy, as they ban politics and religion! Lovely website, worked by lovely people, and free from biased lefty trashy stuff sicked up by the awful bbbc!


  4. Foscari says:

    ” Mr Bernstein if you don’t give me another starring role in an Academy winning film I
    am going to spill the beans on how we have gone to bed 1056 times in the last three years !””


    • Fedup2 says:

      If only Weinstein was a Trump supporter the msm would have gone orbital bacterial


      • Flere Imsaho says:

        Orbital bacterial.
        Lol. You’ll have to forgive me for working that into a FB convo this very afternoon.


  5. vesnadog says:

    “not a fumbling ‘interview’ from a gullible hack like Marr”

    I know! And to think that the progressives at the BBC pride themselves into thinking Marr would have tied her in knots!

    BBC obviously thinks he has some kind of shout/respect from other foreign TV stations when in all reality no one knows of him outside England!


    • MarkyMark says:

      We pay for the BBC not to ask awkward questions … so they don’t hurt our own feelings.

      £3.5bn for nice feelings and news of the latest sex change.


      • Doublethinker says:

        But they do ask hard question and never let the subject reply , if the subject of the interview is a conservative or someone from the centre right.


      • Scroblene says:

        Don’t forget the £1.9 bn they get from flogging their stuff elsewhere, MM.

        I suppose there are some countries that don’t understand British values, and buy crap progs, so they deserve all they get, but what a shame if they think they’re what normal Brits think and do!

        And why do BBBC lefties think chopping off your todger is so bloody important anyway? I’d have thought it might hurt…


  6. deegee says:

    Is there something similar to the Weinstein experience in the the British cinema industry that everyone, especially the media, knows about but no one says anything? Just asking.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Wrong question …. you need to ask “What are Weinsteins views on the pay gap he created by only approaching women?”


    • Fedup2 says:

      Yes maybe some chap who plays for the other side asking other chaps about oysters or snails or whatever that was about ( that bit in Spartacus about queers ).


  7. Foscari says:

    Me thinks that the BBC likes the name WEINSTEIN.


    • Scroblene says:

      It’s because the BBBC loves consensual bonking yarns, it keeps the licence taxpayers happy and drooling!

      I couldn’t really give a flying feck about what he got up to, the crumpet he was after probably would be on Arsenders for the rest of their sorry lives, not ‘starring’ in some poxy drivel and spouting about refugees and immigration being a good thing.


      • Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

        It is also mere allegations. Weinstein rejects he raped anyone. He may have accepted he was forward with women – but claims that anything that came to pass sexual wise was consensual.

        If he had raped someone I am sure the wannerbe actress would have sold her story to the papers, would have had a tv series made out of it, would have been invited to host a show etc etc.

        It is not as if these ladies are media shy. Many are highly ambitious and will do anything including sleeping their way to the top.

        But only now times have changed so they can now sell their story as being sexually harassed etc and the lefty media will lap it up and project them as victims and Weinstein as an ugly symbol of white patriarchy.


      • Foscari says:

        Scroblene- Anything with STEIN or STONE in it has a “ring ” to it. ” Have an eggroll Mr Goldstone”
        from the musical GYPSY springs to mind. The mother of Gypsy Rose Lee is offering “personel ”
        favours to Mr Goldstone to help her daughter’s career . Does that ring a bell ? There was a
        film last year by the name of ” Mr Bernstein” I don’t know what was being offered to Mr
        Bernstein in this film. Yes WEINSTEIN is a good sounding name. NITE SWINE is not a perfect
        anagram. But I think it sums it up so far as the BBC is concerned.


        • Scroblene says:

          It’s a pity they weren’t so ‘vigilant’ when the vile creep Savile was shagging around, and disturbing children. Funny how those stories never made their grotty little headlines.

          Actually, Fosc, how about Beer stain? Or if in German, Beer Stein? Winestains are only for the rich BBBC types, as they always seem to drink it in corridors.


  8. Guest Who says:

    Tweeter Anita who, thanks to listing her BBC ‘beanie there, got the beanie’ views her own impartiality waiver, weighs in on a topical issue.

    Now I am less keen on vague damning by association than, say, the BBC, who have turned it into an art form. It can very much depend on context. Standing next to a person at a party smiling….meh. Standing next to a person with a dubious t shirt slogan, or already proven history… not so meh.

    Or there is reporting with your affiliations nailed to your forehead.

    Just putting that out there.


    • Fedup2 says:

      It’s not difficult to find Mr W standing next to a smiling Mrs Obama . Both are fully clothed and do not appear to be having sex . pretty cheap to put a pic of a semi republican like Pres Trump next to a Democrat like Mr W.


  9. Guest Who says:


    That would be a ‘moving on’ call which, in true BBC style, the BBC is happy to oblige.


    • Scroblene says:

      Yeah, like they moved on from Savile pretty damn sharpish.

      I wouldn’t trust the Clinton mob further than I could throw them. The worst rumour is that their sprog is going to run for POTUS when she grows up. Of course, by then the remaindered copies of Billary’s book will be ‘in the past’ as well!

      What a ridiculous idea, a hated pseudo ‘dynasty’ still clinging on to their awful presence, like that despised Blair bloke we still pay protection for.


  10. AlexM says:

    You would have thought that with all the stories about Weinstein that are surfacing, with faded actresses saying they knew this had been going on for years, that the BBC would have something to say.

    After all BBC Wales and The Weinstein Company were joint producers of the version of War and Peace that aired on 2016. And they knew nothing of his reputation? Really?


    • Guest Who says:

      ‘And they knew nothing of his reputation? Really?’

      Cast your mind back (see what I did there?) to the Pollard Report.

      Though heavily redacted, one thing that did ooze out into the public domain was that the BBC top floor seemed to suffer regularly from Institutional Selective Alzheimers.

      Which Nick, the DG, OFCOM and the DCMS fully understood could happen when circumstances dictated.

      Mark, Hugs and the gang all seem to be pursuing other interest lucratively despite this affliction.