Weekend Open Thread 6 October 2018

The Far Left BBC will turn the possible  US Supreme Court victory for President Trump into a defeat as it shows its’ full bias.Next biased attack please …

Russians are  making themselves easy targets as they try to muscle in on BBC territory to undermine the West. We are meant to believe the Russians want to hack the NHS – a culture still using fax machines to avoid the accountability of emails . Perhaps they’d favour us with hacking the BBC.

Then the House of Clowns returns after another little holiday joining with the BBC to block Brexit .

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329 Responses to Weekend Open Thread 6 October 2018

  1. taffman says:

    It appears that every one is down the pub?
    Never mind they’re missing all the fun…………………………… “Kavanaugh confirmation: What Trump’s ‘elevator screamers’ tweet tells us”


    • Lobster says:

      Oh bugger!
      I knew I shouldn’t have gone down the pub. Buying that bloody packet of crisps made me late!


      • taffman says:

        When we sent Carmoron to get a deal out of the EU two years ago, they sent him back with a packet of crisps and a can of lemonade.


        • john in cheshire says:

          And they had pissed in the lemonade and spat in the crisps.


        • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

          Oh, and how they laughed, how they chuckled, sending the ‘boy’ back with 100% of nothing. They showed that amateur what for eh? Not seeing past the corrosive negative effects it would have upon the voters. Happy to have humiliated that upstart. Huh!
          Oh, yeah, but to quote Farridge, they aint laughing now eh?
          Pisshead Jucker, Donald ( ve ask ze cvestions) Tüsk, and the rest of the eurafia…oh they aint laffin now.
          Oh they may be plotting, to undermine democravy here, as they have succeeded in doing in Ireland, Greece. But WE are made of sterner stuff, well not Treason May of course.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Lob – was that salt and vinegar by chance – or prawn cocktail …?


        • Lobster says:

          No, it was Fromage et Oignon – I do have standards to uphold, dontchaknow!


    • Richard Pinder says:

      The Democrats remind me of a Nazi judge screaming his disgust at those assumed guilty.

      Roland Freisler was his name, Freisler was notorious for shouting, yelling and screaming at defendants passing before him on their way to their deaths.

      He was known to have attended the Soviet purge trials in Moscow in 1938, and watched Chief Prosecutor, Andrei Vyshinsky’s courtroom performances.

      So it looks as thought American Democratic Socialist Judges have learned their legal techniques in college, learning from a German National Socialist Judge who learned his craft at a trial held by a Russian Soviet Socialist Judge.

      So I wouldn’t be surprised if an American Democratic Socialist Judge said to Kavanaugh. “You dirty old man, why do you keep fiddling with your trousers?”


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      The real significance of President Trump’s tweet is that he has called out George Soros (‘real name György Schwartz’), bringing his role to the attention of millions more Americans. Needless to say, the BBC rushes to his defence, with some disinformation and selective data. Firstly, it tries to dismiss pro-humanity supporters (i.e. Soros opponents) as conspiracy theorists, with the implication that they are delusional. Then, it admits: ‘In fact, Soros does fund numerous progressive causes – to the tune of $10m to political action committees in 2018 alone’. Well, that’s a bit like describing an iceberg based on the tiny bit that sticks above the water, as political action committees are only a tiny fractions of what he finances. Most of his money is channelled through his Open Society Foundations: in 2017, it emerged that he had transferred $18 billion into it (source: er, the BBC on May 31st 2018). OSF helps finance the Peoples Vote (sic), the NGO migrant ferry services in the Mediterranean, political turmoil in Ukraine and elsewhere, along with ‘campaigns in favour of LGBT and Roma rights’ (source: BBC again).
      Secondly, it tries to compare Soros with the Koch Brothers, longtime bogeymen of the Left. The Kochs finance a wide variety of causes, ranging from the United Negro College Fund through to working with the American Civil Liberties Union. They opposed George W Bush and supported Obama in many areas, as well as supporting same sex marriages (sic) and abortion. They also support a wide range of what may be broadly termed conservative causes, along with a small amount of funding into climate change (which particularly annoys the Leftists & Globalists). They are particularly active during presidential and congressional elections. Consevatively – no pun intended – they have maybe spent 10%-20% of what Soros has, but into a wider range of causes.


  2. Fedup2 says:

    Taffman ,
    Maybe it’s the crafty ‘sticky ‘ thread which makes it second in the pecking order until a grown up puts it first ….


  3. vlad says:

    Well done Steven Seagal for walking out on the beebistan feminazi Kirsty Squawk. Pity more don’t do the same. Sadly, provoking an interviewee to walk out is probably considered an achievement on planet beeb and there was probably much backslapping afterwards – you showed him, that alleged rapist, ya boo.
    The mystery is why anyone subjects themselves to the lefty lynch-mob in the first place.
    Another beauty.


    • Englands Dreaming says:

      Here is clip and analysis.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Blimey Kirsty looks rough – haven’t seen her for years fortunately . Still a lefty gobshite though – ideal for QT – with a tax reducing production company just like the Dimbleby


  4. Fedup2 says:

    So the lovely Melanie trump goes to Kenya and wears a kind of pith helmet – not the sort our chaps used conquering Africa –

    And the G starts spouting about echoes of empire and more tosh . The Kenyans won’t be upset when she announces a few million dollars hand out eh?


    • john in cheshire says:

      No matter what she wears, Mrs Trump looks wonderful.
      Contrast her with Michael Obama.
      Or Serena Williams.
      Or Whoopi Goldberg.


  5. pugnazious says:

    The media jihad continues….Question Time infiltrated by Muslim extremists..not hard to spot….

    Seen her before? Nadia Chan on C4…


    • Beeb Brother says:

      I hate how they plant people in the audience to spout their desired narrative, making out normal people believe the same nonsense as the BBC wants us to believe. It is so snide and straight out of 1984 where Winston knows all the people pretending to be ethusiastic citizens on his telescreen are paid actors.

      I remember a women giving an impassioned plea about the clear difference between noble ‘Islam’ and the perversion of ‘Islamism’ – what utter nonsense. I cannot watch QT as it infuriates me so much.


    • Englands Dreaming says:

      Bet the Beeb knew who they were having on.
      These women seem to have no interest in wanting to be part of main-stream non muslim Britain, rather they want to impose their beliefs upon the rest of society.


      • NameNotNumber says:

        Spot on, ED, if they want no part of the mainstream why should their voices be represented by the mainstream?


    • ID says:

      I was amused by two of the young muslim women supporting “decolonisation”. What does their presence in the UK represent other than muslim colonisation? They shouldn’t mind being deported to somewhere more islamic if colonisation is anathema to them.
      At least QT is fulfilling its public information duties by showing how uncomfortable it will become for the indigenous population as they will be shouted down as muslims gain more and more power and influence.


  6. Nibor says:

    Beeboids ,

    Yes I will be in on the 10th Wednesday thank you .

    Your letter seems a little obscure , like you are visiting but you aren’t , and you may visit later but you don’t know . First there seems something serious to discuss , then you’re not sure if it’s worth the effort .
    You spell out ways I can stop you visiting , but well really if you don’t want to visit then just not visit . No need to invite yourselves then make excuses not to come . I’m not offended by your non attendance at your not quite specified dates that you might or might not visit . Your communications you send me are so obfuscating that I will refer to Nostrodamus as a clearer indication of when you actually visit .
    Can you look at how other organisations make appointments ?
    Utilities such as Water companies give a window of a few hours in a particular day they will enact what they need to do . The Supermarkets give a window of two hours odd . Your missives seem to be as though you are not of this earth of 24 hours but a more far flung planet like Pluto with a rotation round the sun , thus a day , of about a month .
    If you can be a little more precise I can lay the trolley with tea and biscuits , waiting for your arrival .


  7. pugnazious says:

    Last March Unilever announced it was going Dutch and the BBC reported….

    ‘The company said the decision over its HQ was “not about Brexit”.’

    However it couldn’t resist the temptation adding…

    ‘However, anti-Brexit campaigners described the move as a “major blow” to the UK government as it prepares for next year’s exit from the European Union. The chief executive of the Best for Britain group, Eloise Todd, said it showed “what business really feels” about the UK’s departure from the EU.

    She added: “The government are saying to anyone who will listen this is not to do with Brexit, but anyone with any sense knows it’s a factor.”‘

    So today we learn that Unilever has been forced to dump that change…by financial companies based in the UK who want to keep it listed on the FTSE 100 in London.

    The BBC again has the grace to admit the planned move had nothing to do with Brexit….but….of course Brexit will eventually bring disaster to the company….

    ‘A significant number of Unilever shareholders are saying that means staying in London – that does have post-Brexit significance.’

    Soooo…rather than say the obvious that this is a significant vote of confidence in Britain and the London markets the BBC goes for the project fear narrative. When Unilever were leaving us the BBC gave voice to those Remainers who wanted to use this as a stick to trash Brexit…but now where are the Brexiteer voices cheerleading this on the BBC, where is that positive narrative from the BBC?

    We have all been repeatedly told that Brexit will destroy ‘The City’ and indeed the BBC was off touring Europe last week eagerly looking for stories of British companies relocating to the EU and sounding mighty pleased when they found one or two who’d shift the odd few workers over. Funny how when evidence that this might not be the case pops up the BBC doesn’t want to play anymore…and in fact is so reluctant to play they have taken the ball and hidden it on the business page despite it being a major economic story. Almost as if they don’t want you to know about it too much….for some reason.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Perhaps post brexit we can address non uk lorries using British roads without paying tax – high fuel tanks and drunk polish drivers …


    • Richard Pinder says:

      If Britain becomes a tax haven, after “Brexit Freedom Day“, like many British colonies not in the European Union, then the Dutch part of Unilever would probably want to relocate to London. As would most companies in the European Union. It all depends on whether we get a patriotic tax cutting government from Boris Johnson or Jacob Rees Mogg. Or a socialist tax raising government from Theresa May or Jeremy Corbyn.


  8. Guest Who says:

    Now that Habeus Corpus has given way to ducking stools, here’s Sky News showing a bloke dancing. And we all know who else takes a dim view of that.



  9. StewGreen says:

    Link back to previous thread : Friday’s posts started halfway down page 5 and then after lunch Page 6


  10. StewGreen says:

    Vlad posted this
    Here’s something the beeb aren’t ???? trump-eting (geddit?)

    “US unemployment rate falls to lowest point since 1969”

    (Too busy publishing nasty pictures of Kavanaugh no doubt)



  11. pugnazious says:

    Caught an exchange on Chiles today between American comedian Will Franken and Aussie feminazi [fair description I think] comedian Deborah Frances-White as they dsiscussed Kavanaugh and other things. Franken talked a lot of sense whilst, well, no need to say more is there? However Franken made one mistake as he claimed DFW had said she wanted to exterminate all white people…a claim she vigorously denied. However….it is pretty much what she would like….

    ‘ On white people, she declares “the best we can hope is that we get old and die before the rest of humanity gets sick of our shit and revolts” ‘

    Ironically and totally without any self-awareness she went on later in the exchange to say we must have a ‘people’s vote’ now because he old leave voters are dying off so now’s the opportune moment to have a second vote to take advantage. Chiles didn’t make any comment but did say he’d googled her and couldn’t find any reference to her alleged comments about exterminating white people…though that desire of hers, put more mildly but nonetheless there, is easy to find.. She does seem keen on killing off ‘problem’ people….

    ‘She is also knowing about the different forms of generational privilege, reminding the largely undergraduate audience that “your best shot at real estate, young people, is to wait until your parents die”.’

    Why does the BBC insist on having such highly polarised and fanatically partisan guests on like DFW to discuss major issues like Kavanaugh and Brexit when what is need is rational, calm and reasoned debate?


  12. pugnazious says:

    Spot on and terrifyingly all too true picture of our media today…just ask Shaun Bailey….


  13. Guest Who says:

    OT, but fascinating how the sisterhood can behave.


  14. Guest Who says:

    Toss up whether Katty or Emily will snag her first.


  15. Guest Who says:

    A bbc top bod is saying stuff.


    If anyone is left who is the least bit interested.


  16. StewGreen says:

    From Beeboidland about putting more women on Wikipedia
    \\ There are quite a few Wikipedia “edit-a-thons” happening on Ada Lovelace Day next week.
    Good overview of ALD events around the world (and there’s probably more not listed) at https://findingada.com/worldwide-events


  17. Rich says:


    The bright new future starts on Sunday, 6.45. Apparently.

    The trailers coming thick and fast for the brand new on-the-BBC-since-1963 children’s programme Doctor Who smugly claim that “It’s About Time”.

    See what they’ve done there? Twats.

    I do not know anyone, man,woman or child, who watches or plans to watch this shite.


    • Roland Deschain says:

      Once one of my favourites. I hope it crashes and burns for what today’s BBC has done to it.


      • Fedup2 says:

        So will it still be cybermen? Will daleks be in touch with their feminine side ? Is the new doctor a time Lord? . Will she sleep with all her assistants or play for the other side ?

        I won’t be watching as it’s the night I count my clothes pegs and getting the place tidy for the nice TV licence lady / chap who is coming to inspect my equipment …

        I’ve withdrawn implied right of access of course – never speak to, sign any thing , close the door – even if you haven’t got a TV – like me …


      • Dave666 says:

        Once a fan of Doctor Who well the old Doctor anyway. I certainly didn’t bother to watch the latest. In fact I haven’t watched it now for many years as CGI ruled over story line and the PC stupidity went off the scale. It’s about time..the BBc were consigned to history.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      From what I have seen, its possible that the Tardis materialised inside a fired up Bessemer converter in Sheffield, on 29 March 2019 at 11pm, killing a token White male, a token White female, a token Asian female and a token Black male. But, Time will tell?


  18. BRISSLES says:

    Turned on The Pledge. Turned off again. Three of the five – Afua Hirsch, June Sarpong, Maajid Nawaz, I have no interest in their anti-British opinions.


  19. ScottishCalvin says:

    A review I made of this week’s Party Conference


  20. Fedup2 says:

    Toady watch
    Comrade Robinson chats with a former speech writer for George w bush who was described as ‘anti trump’ . (The chap mush have used very smalll words for Bush)

    There was , as usual , no counter view … just the usual swamp sour grapes that President Trump is doing his job again . Obviously the lowest unemployment figures since 1969? Had no value – just the opinion of screechy snowflake wimmin who haven’t got their way for a change .

    Like brexit , can anyone recall a time when al beeb said anything positive about our President ( just wishing ) .


  21. Beeb Brother says:

    Kavanaugh to be confirmed! O praise the Lord. Never mind me too, I am starting to think: “Not him as well?” If they take out Ronaldo that will mean so much less joy for billions of men. Of course we can never know what happened, but I cannot imagine being alone with a handsome athlete is such a harrowing experience. Never, ever go to someone’s bedroom alone and drunk unless you are interested. It takes two to tango. The idea that women are mere passive victims in all this is such nonsense.

    When it could net you millions to make a false accusation though who on earth would not lie? Just one lie can set you up for life.


    • BRISSLES says:

      Totally agree BB. Women don’t go to a guy’s bedroom to discuss the latest knitting patterns and drink coffee. It was the same in the 60’s, only then they were called ‘groupies’ and knew exactly what they were doing – and rarely were there any cries of ‘rape’ back then. My mum and dad always said if I found myself to be in an unwanted comprising situation, then a short sharp knee in the groin would do the trick. Thankfully that form of self defence was never needed.


    • TrueToo says:

      Dunno about Ronaldo. Great player but a poor loser and a bad sport. Can’t remember which game it was in the 2018 World Cup, but I distinctly remember a furious Ronaldo confronting the ref once the game was lost. I’m no lip reader but the consensus was that he invited the ref to effect a sexual departure. Apparently that wasn’t the first time he lost control but is part of a pattern.

      Then there are the displays of ego as he struts around the field, apparently well aware of when the camera will focus on him.

      Of course, all this doesn’t make him a rapist but just someone probably capable of date rape.


      • Scroblene says:

        I suppose for a billion splonders, it doesn’t matter if you have a tiny ‘swinging’ dick… (maybe just a ‘wiggler’)?

        Luckily, I don’t have anything to do with football these days, although I wanted to get Stanley Matthews’ autograph once in the fifties!

        Why do we all love to watch bad sports people?


      • Rich says:

        What? Are you serious?

        “doesn’t make him a rapist but just someone probably capable of date rape”.

        True. Come on, even with all the nonsense around Kavanaugh this week?


  22. Guest Who says:

    Bit of Weekend media fun.

    There is the pratfall of course, but her attempted save is way better.

    But the cherry on top, especially now, is the ‘hurts my hands’.

    Katty and Emily will be jelly of her hair too.


  23. Guest Who says:

    How’s the broadcast community unity thing going on May grasping that the most powerful political force by a country kilometre is the BBC and the BBC alone?

    From the current bbc home page*:



  24. Ed Hitter says:

    The BBC’s reaction to the Senate vote on Kavanaugh was to be expected.
    They covered the news angle, focusing on howling Democrats who couldn’t accept a Trump nominee and who now won’t accept the outcome of an FBI probe.
    They then do the summing up, analysis bit – this is where a pundit is wheeled out to confirm the BBC bias.
    Last night on Newsnight the elfin presenter made a serious of statements blaming everything on Trump, to which the ‘expert’ commentator agreed.
    They did it again on Today this morning. Some American pundit said Trump had created a gender gap and that the Kavanaugh story had become a battle between “less well educated” male Trump supporters and “educated” female Democrat backers – ring any bells here in Brexitland?
    Anyway, there was no acknowledgement that the Kavanaugh case might have been about anti-democracy, or the threat to due process and the rule of law.
    These core issues are being sidelined in favour of perpetuating the witch-hunt and glorifying the mob.


    • Roland Deschain says:

      At least we’ve established it’s OK to criticise an FBI investigation.

      And judges. Remember the BBC apoplexy that the Daily Mail dare suggest judges might have a pro-EU bias?


  25. Beeb Brother says:

    With palpable relish they are reporting on a ‘white Police officer prosecuted for killing an unarmed black man.’ They are very careful to stress the race of the two individuals.

    Why run with such a toxic narrative? Why must they always lap up this race baiting stuff?

    What are the actual facts of the case? I can’t imagine evil whitey just saw a black child reading a book and decided to gun him down for kicks, which is what they want us to believe. Was the suspect a known criminal and did the officer have good reason to feel in danger? You could hardly blame him seeing how many officers get shot in the US. But of course the BBC just lap up the race baiting and ignore the crucial details. Narrative first, facts later if you are lucky and probably never.

    Even if it were an actually racist event – which I strongly doubt – it is just one incident from four years ago. That it happened so long ago yet they still report on it shows how thin on the ground these cases are. They take isolated cases and turn the emotion and focus up to eleven when often the case is an outlier.

    They would not stress how ‘MUSLIM’ men raped ‘WHITE’ girls. They would either totally ignore it and even then downplay the clear racial element. Plus this is not a single incident but an endemic pattern of behaviour.

    I so hate nonsense like this. What does this achieve other than stir up hatred against the Police, the people relied on by many vulnerable communities to protect them from gang violence etc? It ties the hand of the Police when they are petrified of accusations of ‘racism’ and this is a direct cause of the bloodshed we are witnessing in London.

    If only they could get this angry about black on black crime, which is an infinitely larger problem and far, far more likely to result in a black man being murdered.


  26. Guest Who says:

    Clearly ‘I think we got it about right’ was not sending the right message (see what I did there?):


  27. Jeff says:

    Just a little light relief…I hope.
    That story about Manchester University banning clapping because it could “cause distress.” I mean where the fxxx do you start? This is almost beyond parody. Even left wing stalwarts like Jeremy Vine have ridiculed the decision and made reference to what was happening in Flanders a hundred years ago. Can you imagine these feeble snowflakes out there? Mud, muck, bullets and shell fire. No, me neither.
    Apparently “jazz hands” and sign language are now preferred to the more traditional response of clapping and first out of the blocks was that perennial half wit, Dawn Butler, who has already used sign language in the House of Commons. Well, I’ve often adopted a bit of sign language myself when I’ve been forced to listen to Ms Butler, however…
    Sarah Khan, Manchester University student spokesperson was interviewed on BBC radio…and this is what made me chuckle.
    “We’re trying to be inclusive” she wittered. “Some of our students find the noise intimidating.” Bless ’em!
    And then the punchline, without any sense of irony. “Those that choose to adopt these new ways of showing appreciation shouldn’t be criticised…they should be applauded.”
    Um, okay…


  28. Guest Who says:

    Can’t argue.


    Was he also not the one who teamed up with Jo Brand to shaft a colleague for impure thoughts?


  29. Beeb Brother says:

    Prick Robinson saying Trump mocked a victim of sexual assault. He was just mocking her utterly ridiculous testimony: I cannot remember where, or when or indeed anything except that it was definitely Kavanaugh who did it.

    God I love Trump. He had clearly been advised to show sympathy for her which he did briefly but soon he could not resist and had to eviscerate her bs in hilarious fashion at his rally. They honestly expect us to believe this patent nonsense? He just says it as it is and is such a lethal weapon against the compulsive liars who oppose him. O it is glorious!


    • StewGreen says:

      @Beeb they are being a bit slap dash in throwing the word “victim” about.
      The media due-process is to use the word “complinant/ acuuser” until a court conviction.
      I might say I am a victim of theft, and then it turn out that I am the fraudster.


  30. Cassandra says:

    8.10am on Toady, this morning. Nick Robinson said we, “We have a President who mocks the victim of a sexual assualt.”

    So Robinson has definite proof that Christine Blasey Ford was sexually assaulted? He must present his evidence as soon as he can.


  31. Guest Who says:

    Off to walk the dogs.

    And to ponder events, dear girls, events.

    I wonder if Ian Katz, author of the Operation Clarke County triumph, was in any way involved with the Democrats’ recent strategic brilliance and BBC impartial support of same?


  32. Fedup2 says:

    I’m surprised the girls out loud club in Blighty haven’t done a solidarity march for their repressed girly friends in the states . Cooper , Soubry , that one who goes on about Twitter, doctor Who -Ess, bliars’ Human rights ££ missus , lady nugee, a few beeboids , diabetic Diane, the failed DPP,the thick black cultural appropriation one , the outgoing PM,Jimmy crankie , countless others stuck below the male glass ceiling – ah yes and the Londonistan chief of police ….


  33. Fedup2 says:

    Jean Claude junker , Who tragically suffers from siatica every day – particularly after lunch – has thrown petrol onto the brexit fire again talking about the brexit vote process .

    I didn’t know but junker52 ‘s dad was a volunteer in the German army in the Second World War but sadly survived it .

    I read somewhere that after 1945 there was discussion of the krauts having to repay us 3 trillion ( is that 3 thousand billion?) pounds in war reparation but this was let go to allow the 4th Reich to rebuild again. ……

    Im guessing this isn’t important to al beeb…


    • popeye says:

      Come on now! The Germans had a hard time after the War. We took all their old machinery as reparations – then the Americans gave them brand-new, more efficient, safer ones under the Marshall Plan


      • Anne says:

        Britain received more in Marshall Aid than Germany did. This is often forgotten. Unfortunately, we were more concerned with establishing a flawed welfare state than modernising our industry and infrastructure.

        The World owed us a living, or so we thought.


        • Fedup2 says:

          How much money did we have to pay for lend lease -plus the development of nuclear weapons after the Americans broke the shared technology deal at los alomos after our traitors gave secrets to Stalin . ?


          • Dover Sentry says:

            The War Loans from America were finally repayed in 2006.

            The American economy after WW2 soared, ours nosedived.


        • Jagman84 says:

          We had to pay it back. It took until Aug 2006. West Germany did not. Slightly different, I hope you’d agree…


          • Fedup2 says:

            Personally having not been about until the 1960s I was shocked at the year in which rationing finally ended. . Victory!


          • Anne says:


            Aren’t you confusing the Marshall Aid donation with the Anglo-American Loan Agreement?

            The latter was repayable, the former was not.


    • Kaiser says:

      whats 3 trillion in todays money?


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Germany got its independence from Britain on 5th May 1955. Until then Frederick Millar, as the High Commissioner to the British Zone of Germany, held the sovereignty of this zone of Germany, in the name of Her Majesty the Queen.

      Today, the Queen is now pleased that the threat to the sovereignty of her 16 Realms, posed by the European Union is scheduled to come to an end on the 29th March 2019, at 11pm. At a private lunch before the referendum, the Queen said “I don’t see why we can’t just get out, what’s the problem?“. The Commonwealth Realms provide the Queen with 10,335,644 square miles under her rule, the largest amount of territory under the rule of one person in the 21st Century. The Queen rules over 100 territories in the World, but only England, Gibraltar, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are in the European Union. At the moment, according to Philip Benwell, England, Gibraltar, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are “Dependent Territories” within an “Independent Sovereign Realm” in which only 20 territories (Akrotiri & Dhekelia to Turks & Caicos Islands) are not dependent territories of the EU and therefore much better off than if they had been incorporated into the EU. By leaving the undemocratic European Union, Her Majesty the Queen would now be pleased that she can now guarantee the sovereignty of her Royal Commonwealth Realms from undemocratic interference from the European Union, as was advised by Philip Benwell, National Chairman of the Australian Monarchist League.


  34. StewGreen says:

    The R4 Sh!t Stirring Show this morning, my switch on bingo wins
    – Thought for the Day started with a Buddhist Bishop telling us 2018 will be the warmest year on record
    I clicked off
    Then the next time I switched on I was getting Harra saying 8 UK places had underread NOx or something
    Ah I see what happened the activist NGO Client Earth have put out a press release New pollution plan reveals toxic air in England worse than feared and media people have cutNpasted it.

    When I check this I see The government news release is quite different
    It has published a supplement to the plan to tackle NO2 emissions
    and will fund new measures identified by Local Authorities to cut
    PR release
    Basically 3 3are on track and 8 are behind projections. Portsmouth, Liverpool, Leicester, Bradford, Bolsover, Broxbourne, Newcastle-under-Lyme & Stoke-on-Trent
    \\ Broxbourne Borough Council has one road link with a projected exceedance of the annual mean NO2 limit value in the national PCM modelling: a section of the A10 (Census ID 78365). //
    ie it’s saying when the target date kicks in they they project that, that ONE spot in Broxbourne will be over the limit.


  35. smoogie7 says:

    A quiet week with opinion polls this week. Strange as it is the conference season. Am I right to think that they have a ‘left wing bias’ as well?

    The latest poll gives the Tories a 6 point lead. The poll was conducted at the start of the week just after another poll gave Labour a 5 point lead but why publish such a poll when it could cancel out Labour’s lead at the start of the Tory conference?

    Where are the polls after the Prime Minister’s speech. I have seen mixed reactions so far but these are merely comments on the internet. Labour supporters running rampant with fake news because they where disappointed that a few letters did not fall off the wall this time. The speech must have gone ‘okish’ then? So far the only criticism I have seen was May’s dancing before the speech. Is that all they could find?

    As for the BBC that conference never happened. They interviewed a few people but they where mostly in support of the Prime Minister. Different age groups, different backgrounds. Some leave, others remain. Better stop reporting then!

    In fact the BBC had to try and peddle the ‘Anti sematic Tory students’ story from the Mirror to try and get some attention. That story has already been debunked as little more than fake news. I see little evidence for what they where being exposed for.

    As for the ‘experts’ I see that Kassenburg or whatever her name is was having trouble stirring it up this time. Nothing from Pienaar but a very strong bias from D’Arcy.

    I guess that next week would be ‘business as usual’ for everyone involved. More Brexit talks with the PM and hopefully some decent trade deals. Rumour has it that Chilli and South Africa are on the cards. At least it is not Corbyn’s paradise Venezuela or a war torn African nation. (Unless SA is seen as war torn these days?)

    Talking of Corbyn I have heard little from him this week. Isn’t he supposed to nit pick at everything the PM does? He must really be climbing walls to think of something this time! (lol)

    Have a good weekend, all!

    Now where are the opinion polls?


  36. Colboysigma says:

    BBC Radio 4 “More or Less” Friday 5th Oct exposed BBC News for misreporting another R4 program’s “Loneliness Survey” Apparently this top News organisation could help themselves massively exaggerating the number of so-called lonely 18-24 year olds…
    No mention of fake news or pandering to the snowflake generation of course


  37. fakenewswatcher says:

    Looks like the great Democratic power grab in the Senate, backed up by the baying mob, has run into a wee obstacle for the moment. Close thing. We nearly had ‘guilty until proven innocent’ enshrined in US law.
    Any male anywhere could be eliminated from any race for any position by simply getting hordes of screamers and screechers to emerge from the woodwork, making whatever claims they felt like.
    So far, so good.


  38. Annunaki says:

    A 15-year-old boy was given detention after voicing his support for Ukip during a classroom debate, his father has claimed.

    During a phone-in on radio station LBC yesterday, a caller named Paul told host Nick Ferrari his son had been punished after declaring he would vote for the Right-wing party – but shouldn’t be called racist.

    The caller said: ‘One boy said he’d vote for Ukip and the teacher said “all Ukip voters are racist”, so my boy came in and said, “I’d vote for Ukip and I’m not racist.”



    • smoogie7 says:

      How can UKIP be racist when they actually have a number of black and Asian supporters?

      Do you not get racism in left wing parties? Labour’s anti Semitism and the SNPs hatred for anyone south of the border?

      I am not a Kipper myself but I couldn’t class them as a racist party.

      Did we not have a similar incident where a girl got sent out of class in college for saying that she supports Robinson? I couldn’t even class Rosinson as a full on racist either.

      What next? Expelled from school because you don’t support Corbyn?


      • Kaiser says:

        yep and saluting his picture on the classroom wall every morning


        • smoogie7 says:

          And of course in assembly they would have to sing ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ while those who chose not to obey would find that their parents would receive visits from some of those nice people over in Momentum


      • Banania says:

        “I wouldn’t even class Robinson as a full-on racist.”
        Why “even”?


  39. Ed Hitter says:

    Dateline London. I only ever watch to see if there is any balance on its panel.
    Again today, it consists of the usual left leaning media bubble. Four-nil in sneering at Brexit, four-nil in denouncing Trump, four-nil in finding Kavanaugh guilty as charged.
    One American pundit proclaimed the end of the “golden age of liberalism”, with reference to Trump and Brexit, with nods of approval all round.
    Strange isn’t it how these people equate the EU – statist, non democratic, bureaucratic – with liberalism.
    The truth is that the real liberals are those who believe in democracy, freedom, self determination, open markets, real globalism, and free speech. These are the majority who voted to get out of the EU.


  40. smoogie7 says:

    Time for the BBC’s weekly Corbyn promotion!

    Shame that there are no pressing questions from where he expects to fund these big schemes!



  41. Guest Who says:

    To the surprise of no one.


    Censorship first. Propaganda in complement.

    ‘Educate and inform’ (BBC ‘quotes’).


    • StewGreen says:

      ha you’re 15 mins ahead of me
      BBC Blogpost : we’re expanding climate change coverage

      “From 3 October The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 and Newshour on BBC World Service will be covering climate change every week.”

      Paul H comments
      this single paragraph, which contains four falsehoods:

      Temperature rises are affecting crops, changing the rainforests, and putting massive amounts of extra energy into the world’s weather systems.
      Rising temperatures are pushing malaria into parts of Africa that have never had the disease.

      No mention of the fact that crop yields have been rising rapidly for decades.
      Or that all of this supposed “extra energy” has had no discernible effect on storms or any other type of weather.
      Or that, far from wiping out rainforests, extra CO2 has greened the planet.
      Or that the claims about malaria have been debunked by disease experts.
      In the Beeboid dictionary “science” = “alarmist OPINION from our cherry picked alarmist mates”


  42. G says:

    “Blacks and the MAOA “Violence” gene”. There, Mr Policeman, that’s your answer to why blacks exhibit more violence than whites. And that’s only second generation. Watchout for the third! –
    Please Government start shipping these people out and save the taxpayer a considerable amount of money year on year.


    • Fedup2 says:

      The News Quiz …. chaired by Josephine Brand or Bland – off switch time


      • Fedup2 says:

        Shock horror m

        Peston , speaking at the Cheltenham Literary Festival ( amidst screamof adoring fans ) said that during the brexit campaign the BBC was not neutral . It’s on the guardian website if anyone can hyper link it . ….


        • StewGreen says:

          local paper quotes Peston saying BBC wasn’t biased enough and they should have only aired the ‘holy truth’, instead of allowing 2 opinions
          \\ “The problem with the BBC was during the campaign it put people on with diametrically-opposed views.
          It didn’t give any help in assessing which one was the loony and which one was the genius.
          … Impartial journalism is not giving equal airtime to two people.. ”

          Peston also said “People who I regard as friends and family feel so alienated from Labour at the moment.
          I think they’re moving in the right direction but I will not believe, because it is such an indictment of our democracy, that the Labour Party is institutionally racist is such a horrific thought.”

          Mr Peston said there shouldn’t be another referendum, branding an event “unhealthy”. said he feared having a second vote would be “too divisive”.
          “There are a proportion of the British people who don’t feel passionate about Brexit,
          but there are large numbers of who voted to leave who are just as passionate as those who want **us** to stay.” //
          (how does he mean “us” ?)

          Their next story
          \\ Superdry’s Julian Dunkerton sponsors coach from Cheltenham to anti-Brexit march in London //


  43. StewGreen says:


  44. Kaiser says:

    any questions

    was there a brexiteer on there, if there was I couldnt tell, everyone dancing around the real question why is may is rejecting canada+ in favour of chequers

    police nurses teachers are worse off jeez diddums just like the rest of us, why cant they just say MOST people

    But really how can anyone listen to the gibbering idiot that is Flabbot and possibly think that she is fit to run any part of any country. Even putting on her best slow talking while her mind trys to catch up persona she still claimed May was putting the labour party before the country

    I can see why momentum think the BBC is anti corbyn ….. the fact they keep giving flabbot room to sound stupid.


    • Despairada says:

      Any Questions was trailed since yesterday as including the ubiquitous Abbott and dah dah! the first muslim head of Birmingham’s Chamber of Commerce. So I made sure not to listen.

      There has been a lot of fanfaring of first muslim this and that of late. It’s as if they think we should be impressed and grateful. One presenter* was arguing that without all the immigration from Pakistan, Sajid Javid would never have become Home Secretary, as if we would have been missing something, and, more to the point, as if we would even know about it.

      No notable other than muslims are defined up front in terms of their religion

      *can’t remember the program, it might have been LBC . When I turn off Radio 4 I go to a number of other channels, Radio Cambridge, Planet Rock, and lately trying LBC but I’m finding the latter is also making me angry sometimes.


  45. StewGreen says:

    Times Magazine previews the Channel 4 series “The Bisexual”, which starts on Wednesday

    In her other article she claims the youth love Corbyn.


  46. StewGreen says:

    Times calls Liz Bonin the new Attenborough, after her big anti-plastic prog.


    • Guest Who says:

      Lucky Liz can surely expect to come second in a name exercise for a recycling compacter, after ‘Trashy McTrashface’.

      #rarehonour Ask Socks.


  47. StewGreen says:

    Stoke : 2 different recent fatal stabbings involving non-whites

    – Madni Ahmed, of Etruria, was arrested following the death of pensioner Riasat Bi
    – Iraqi born Ms Najmadeenn32 stabbed to death, 3 men held.
    Dana Abdullah is due to appear in court on Saturday accused of killing 32-year-old Avan Najmadeen


  48. Guest Who says:

    Also on ITTB for any who have run afoul of sensitive* BBC types.


    *Realise they are in a corner of a debate with only one exit strategy.


  49. StewGreen says:

    Times front page and 2 pages inside is about Russian troll farms brainwashing British Youth
    – On anti-GM ..( believable cos RT does flakey anti-GM docos)
    – Anti-feminist ..with a surfer girl account actually in St Petersburg not California
    – Spreading anti-Islam with a Westminster Bridge attack photo showing hijab woman ignoring all and staying on phone … (last week’s inquiry actually aired people who said passers byvignored them)

    – They don’t accuse Russia of spreading anti-fracking.


  50. StewGreen says:

    Remember when Manchester Uni put Kipling’s poem on the Student Union wall, and the students replaced it withva poem by black American activist Maya Angelou ?
    Well black activist Alice Walker has named Kipling’s poem as one of her favourites.