Weekend Open Thread 17 November 2018

We might as well forget the Far Left BBC approach to the Brexit mess for a while and look at the other areas of BBC bias -there are plenty .

But to plagiarise an unreliable lefty rag ‘ comment is free’

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270 Responses to Weekend Open Thread 17 November 2018

  1. Fedup2 says:

    Apparently a black lady in Africa had her cleavage edited by the BBC pre broadcast

    Obviously it’s all about the lady body being shameful when in fact it’s the BBC sharia religious police exercising their powers.

    All music and dancing will be banned and newsreaders required to don headwear .


  2. Lucy Pevensey says:

    In Your Right to Know, the group – chaired by Jacob Rees-Mogg – seeks to put the case against what Theresa May has agreed with the EU in plain English – and BrexitCentral is exclusively publishing the full text of the 7-page document. (pdf)

    Click to access ERGYourRightToKnow.pdf


  3. Lucy Pevensey says:

    WATCH: Mexican Protesters Tell Caravan Migrants to Go Home


  4. smoogie7 says:

    Bad news.

    48 letters not handed in, yet 🙁

    Lets see what the next few days bring and chances are the ‘deal’ (or dud) would be rejected maybe promoting a few more?

    Fingers crossed!


  5. G.W.F. says:

    The excellent talk by Steve Bannon took place at the Oxford Union and was recorded here. It was possible to hear the shouts from Antifa, UAF and the Labour students who attempted to disrupt the meeting and blocked the streets.
    Guess whose side the cops were on?
    They arrested two idiots who gave Nazi salutes to the Antifa thugs.


    Perhaps it is time to investigate links between the cops, antifa and the state.


    • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

      The link GWF is Common purpose.
      Its where all their top brass get brainwashed, and amongst them, not too many cells to wash.
      The plods are almost all too thick to realise what they are doing.


  6. taffman says:

    Has Olly stitched us up ?

    Vote and support UKIP .
    Many Tory voters now do now .


  7. Fedup2 says:

    Priceless – now Barnier has suggested the transition period can be extended to 2022 at a cost to us.

    I wonder if anyone is going to realise that they can only push so far -we are not Greece – the EU loss in trade is going to be worse for them than for us .

    How could a once great country ( clue in name ) have gone so soft after 70 years of a so called welfare state, multicultural nonsense , liberal snowflakes and white guilt ?

    I wrote my MP again tonight advising him of the strength of feeling and that he will need a new career after the next election if he doesn’t defend the democratic vote 2 years ago .


    • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

      Sadly FU2 the honorable members couldnt care less what the plebs think.
      They have been elevated to a higher plane than what they see as a shower of crap below the salt.
      Couple years back I wrote my MP with four specific points concerning the evils of islam. After about three weeks I got a reply, and from top to bottom, there was not one single mention of islam. Nowt.
      And my particular MP is in a marginal, so thats how much they care.
      I am beginning to think they no longer fear the ballot, as the LIB LAB CON have it sewn up between them, and you can hardly get a fag paper between them in terms of patriotism.
      I remain at present of the view that May is plotting a General Election if she cant get her sellout past the HOC.
      She knows she cant call for ref2, but she’ll need another vote of some kind. If they go in to bat on manifestoes for both Lab and
      Con that include a plan to stay in, we are dead in the water. UKIP may make a tiny difference, but in our FPTP electoral system, and the comatose electorate we’ll be beaten by a quizling in our PM.


      • Up2snuff says:

        D_C, it appears Labour will be heavily whipped. Corbyn, I gather, has (today?) come out with a commitment to vote against the deal. Can’t see any strong Remoaners in Labour – eg. Starmer – going against the Leader on this.

        Don’t think the PM has enough time to go for a GE, before 29 March. Theoretically, it can be done in about four months but Christmas gets in the way. Oh dear. How sad. Never mind. Let’s make Christmas Great Again!

        The PM has already started to threaten again, as she did at the end of the Conservative Party Conference in September. But again, the calendar is against her. 2nd January and 29th March is looming close.

        The problem calendar-wise is that agreement in the EU is necessary not just from Barnier & Co but also all 27 Member States having time to vote a deal through. Who knows, we may be rescued from no Brexit not just by Miller & Others but also by, say, the Poles and Hungarians and the Czech Republic. C’mon, guys, step up for us this time!

        So that leaves bribery and corruption, from her personally and via the CP Whips, to get the present deal through Parliament. I can’t see anything buying off the DUP or the CP Brexiteers right now, so that leaves the PM around 50 votes shy.

        I still think her best bet is to debate the deal in the House, have the vote, lose it and then try to keep a straight face when she goes back to Brussels to tell them “Sorry, luvs. The deal’s orff.”

        It will then be up to Barnier & Co to come up with something that might stand a chance of passing a HoC vote.


        • StewGreen says:

          The EU are lucky to have someone as cunning and devious on their side

          … Theresa May


          • Up2snuff says:

            Stew, she has certainly backed them and herself into a corner with a little help from M/s Miller & bismillah.

            Will she/Can she ‘run out the clock’?


        • Fedup2 says:

          Up2 as so often – I’m with you on your assessment . Just depends whether the PM will tell the EU that the Irish border is their problem as we will not do anything with it for our own internal reasons .
          She is going to Brussels again this week – maybe Christmas shopping .


      • Fedup2 says:


        Many here forecast back in the Summer that this period would be bitter -but I didn’t realise how much of a sell out it is and how undefended those who voted “out” have become .
        The drive to turn Europe into the fourth Reich is there to see . The next steps of foreign policy , tax and military gets to The IS of Europe .

        Once upon a time some Tory politician would stand up and say “stop” . Even Raab today declined to criticise the PM because he seemed to think loyalty to her was more important to 17 million voters -but it’s understandable in an amoral lawyer like him.

        Our BBC doesn’t even need to stir the pot any more . They have done the job of boring the public into shoulder shrugging and now they can sit back and eat their popcorn .

        As things stand I cannot see how an exit agreement can be put together within the next 4 weeks . On the other side of the year there will be just 2 months to prepare for our freedom
        ~ just enough time for reciprocal residence rights to be signed off together with continental transport. Failure will hurt them more than us and at the moment they are bluffing but no British politician seems able to challenge them .

        I just hope David Davis came back with something positive from the USA.


    • Luckyharry69 says:

      I intend to write to mine to Fed…its beyond a joke now


  8. fakenewswatcher says:

    What about the role of our universities, then?
    Prof Diarmaid MacCulloch tells us this eve in ‘A History of Christianity’, that they were invented by Islam, and ‘imported’ by the West/ Christianity. It seems the Latin Church, Vandals, Goths etc were a bunch of Thickos. (He is grateful, as -without Islam- he wouldn’t have a job.)
    I never knew that; it might explain a lot.


    • Up2snuff says:

      fnw, so the learned Prof knows nothing about Judaism, Egypt, China or the Assyrian and Persian Empires?



      • Fedup2 says:

        Academic says something he knows his employer will like – whether true or not . Not such thought coming out of the Muslim would recently – apart from hate for us.


    • StewGreen says:

      Tell that to Plato
      \\ Plato believed Athenians could obtain education through the experiences of being a community member, but he also understood the importance of deliberate training, or Higher Education, in the development of civic virtue.[26] Thus, his reasoning behind founding the Academy – what is often credited as the first University.
      It is at this school where Plato discussed much of his educational program, which he outlined in his best known work – the Republic. In his writing, Plato describes the rigorous process one must go through in order to attain true virtue //


  9. StewGreen says:

    Trans Kids, It’s Time to Talk Channel 4 Wednesday 10pm
    \\ Stella O’Malley considers the huge rise in numbers of young people embarking on gender transition, through the prism of the gender identity issues that she experienced when she was a child. /
    Attention seeking behaviour ?

    How do you feel Channel 4 Pride (LGBT+ staff network) ?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Programme will be followed by another on why suicides are increasing and why so many kids have mental health issues …


  10. Panda says:

    So, we can’t bring a woman to Britain from Pakistan for asylum as she’s a Christian and would upset people here. Blimey, this country has changed more than i thought possible.


    • Fedup2 says:

      You don’t hear to many complaints from the state religious body or anyone else about it – which is just as alarming as the decision itself .

      Meanwhile all sorts of riffraff the bbc described as “Migrants” are landing on the south coast .
      Surely “ suspected illegal immigrant “ is the least possible definition .


  11. Deborah says:

    I am watching on BBC4 what should be an excellent programme about Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. There are excellent men including the black Julian Joseph and women talking about the music. But the presenter, Josie D’Arby, obviously is out of her depth with this. She asks questions that sound as though they were written for her. There is no comeback to anything said. She sits there wide eyed and nodding to the musicians giving us deep explanations. But she is a RADA trained presenter, not a musician and it shows. What a pity the BBC chose a presenter by colour rather than knowledge.


  12. StewGreen says:

    Peter McLoughlin’s chronological list of censorship of the critics of Islam
    (eg banned from Twitter 2017 Peter McLoughlin for displaying historical images of Mohammed (drawn by Muslims) )


    • StewGreen says:

      Chelsea Russell was convicted under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003, for sharing lyrics from the song “I’m Trippin’” by Snapp Dogg on her Instagram, in tribute to a young man who died in a road accident.
      Her appeal was put back and is now supposed to be POSTPONED UNTIL NOVEMBER
      I wonder if she has been intimidated into dropping it ?


  13. StewGreen says:

    Peter McLoughlin’s chronological list of grooming-gang-statistics


  14. theisland says:

    @UKIP NEC motion for Tommy Robinson membership ballot deferred until after March 29, 2019.

    ‘As the focus of the Party must be on Brexit and as Brexit has this week reached a crucial juncture, any question of Tommy Robinson’s membership should he apply should be deferred to the first NEC meeting after 29th March 2019.’


    • StewGreen says:

      What if UKIP admitted him
      … and then the AG did a kangaroo court and convicted TR for Leeds ?


  15. LastChanceSaloon says:

    2018-11-18 BBC Motorsport Headline –
    “Sophia Florsch: Formula 3 driver fractures spine in Macau Grand Prix crash”

    “The 17-year-old German’s car lost control ….. ”

    Another vehicle with a mind of its own. What could be the cause of this apparent epidemic?
    Another example of BBC bias, the chosen ones are not criticised for their crimes and errors.
    I expect it will turn out to be the fault of white men.


  16. Dover Sentry says:

    It’s apparent now that May has been working with the EU to destroy Brexit. That’s why everything has been secret until now.

    Our hope is Trump and Farage.

    I suspect that the BBC know this.