376 Responses to Start the Week 9 September 2019

  1. Frustrated says:

    Beware everyone, Emily Thornberry is „gonna mash us“ …

    Yes, well, maybe she should have chosen a different verb? ;o)

    The comments really say it all :o))

    Listening to HoC livestream (to avoid the msm-filtering) … “such fun”:
    Carol Monaghan (SNP) “In the event of a no-deal breakfast”!

    Good thing the opposition have little sheets to read from (doubt if they would come up with anything “intelligent” to say if they had to speak without a script?).

    Take Angela Rayner [very curly hair today: think she was in a rush and didn’t get as far as the top of her head? But then maybe the “Spaniel” look is fashionable in London :o) ] – jabbers off her witty little personal attack on Gavin Williamson – the Sec of State for Education, checking her notes every couple of words, then barks (couldn’t resist ;o) her question. [… “benefi’ing” always thought there was at least one t in there?]


    When he replies she continues to read from her notes another , slightly longer “prepared” version of the same question. i.e. she hadn’t actually listened to his answer (might then have had to come up with something to say herself?) but prefers to continue with her scathing little speech – very clever, I’m sure.

    Absolutely pitiful …


    • Guest Who says:

      What the heck is that hand bottom right conducting her rant all about?


      • Sluff says:

        Is Emily Thornberry a Labour MP??

        She’s on so many BBC programmes I thought she was a BBC reporter being mentored to be the next impartial political editor.

        Remembering of course that Polly Toynbeeee was once the impartial Home Affairs editor and Chris Mason an impartial editor on the Newsshite team.


        • Guest Who says:

          Paul. But Chris does block anyone who points out their shared traits.


        • Richard Pinder says:

          The very posh well educated Right Honourable, Emily Anne Thornberry QC MP, Lt Col The Lady Nugee is Labour Party Member of Parliament for Islington South and Finsbury, and does not own a White Van or support England because the Labour Party is now the Party for posh Marxists and foreigners.


          • BigBrotherCorporation says:

            “Yo Mama is so fat when God said, “Let there be light,” he asked your mother to move out of the way….” – just saying.


  2. pugnazious says:

    Why has the BBC been running around the country all morning asking people if Boris should ‘break the law’? Boris has no intention of breaking the law as the government has stated repeatedly.

    Boris Johnson maybe looking for ways of legally avoiding implementing the law, a ‘law’ which itself could be legally and constitutionally questionable, but that is a polar opposite to ‘breaking the law’.

    Have to think the BBC is trying to one, whip up the Remain/anti-Tory/anti-Boris mob, and two, trying to ‘just put out there’ that Boris doesn’t care about legality and due process…he’s a reckless, lawless tin-pot dictator…is the impression I imagine the BBC are trying to convey.


  3. Fedup2 says:

    The enemy Berkow has just made a speech about leaving his office at last – he got a round of applause from labour / opposition . Scumbag seems appropriate .

    I hope only a few people got to see it because it was nauseating , self serving and a disgrace .

    The bastard even got a bit tearful .

    It was interesting how many Tory MPs – including the Front Bench except for Gove – were absent .
    If ever there was an example of how detached and inbred that place is this little ass kissing episode was it . Vile vile and vile

    What’s more – by the sound of it Comrade Corbyn will nominate him for the Lords .

    Enough . It was awful.


    • Guest Who says:

      a) What, to spend more time with his ego?

      b) When not doing that, living in a BBC green room the rest of his pathetic little life?


    • Frustrated says:

      They are DEFINITELY going to be repeating that on every single “news” programme for the coming weeks … (puke) … don’t think we’ll be able to get away from it :o(((


  4. Frustrated says:

    Bercow is a windbag …


  5. Frustrated says:

    Fed you beat me to it!!!

    Just announced he will be leaving on Thursday 31st October – get in there before they throw him out. Actually tearful as he thanks his wife and children .. God what a creep …

    Blabbing on about not apologising for his “behaviour”.
    “He has always sought to be the backbenchers backstop.”

    I can think of other ways of putting his behaviour.

    He really knows his time has come – pity he was able to cause so much aggro in his “10 years” as Speaker.

    Evil, power-grabbing, “scumbag” – exactly – thanks Fed, was thinking just what to write!

    Grief – now Corbyn is thanking him “personally” .. cringe-worthy!
    Are people really so quick to forget? ”
    Our democracy is certainly NOT stronger for him being the speaker … Yes – he has made the role of Speaker more powerful because he kept taking power for himself.

    I’ll stop before I say something I might regret …


    • Fedup2 says:

      Frustrated – between you and me – I’m loosening up on editing this site . But don’t tell anyone …..


    • The WestWyvern says:

      He really is an odious little c u next Tuesday.

      I’d offer good riddance to bad rubbish but that’s too kind. So to borrow a phrase from the gap toothed floppy haired Verhofstwat, ‘ there’s a special place in hell reserved for traitors of this ilk’.


  6. Dover Sentry says:

    Quote from Berkow today:

    “We degrade Parliament at our peril”.

    Only he could have the cheek to say that.


  7. Fedup2 says:

    Watching the Parliament channel – I am waiting for the unelected conspiracy party to call for a vote that the current parliament is so good it should be in power for ever and elections are no longer needed…….

    The government benches were mainly empty during this long long session of mutual sexual abuse between Berkow and his traitor chums . .

    No sign of JRM – leader of the House -or of course – the PM.


    • The General says:

      What the hell was Gove doing praising the little Sh*t like that ?
      He has tried to destroy the Conservative Party and manipulated Parliamentary business in order to frustrate the will of the Voters.
      Will he be gone on 31 October ? Don’t you believe it !


  8. LynetteO says:

    Look what the BBC is saying now about Jews.

    We are going back to the Dark ages when Jews were accused of killing Christian children.


    • vesnadog says:


      Thanks ever so much for that link.

      And those people at the BBC once again claim to try to be fair to the Jews but fail miserably.

      Shameless they are.


  9. Terminal Moraine says:

    A Tale of Two Mosques —

    BBC in full apologetics mode with “24-hours a day Norwich mosque set to be refused” on the home page.

    Predictable endorsements from 1) the Labour councillor who doesn’t foresee a noise problem with a 24hr mosque, and 2) the Norwich and Norfolk Muslim Association (NNMA) who say “our last application gave us permission to use the building as a place of worship, but if we can not worship at the times we need to, it’s a bit of a conflicting message for us”.

    Well according to a Norwich Evening News article from 2018, while planning permission was granted to convert the former pub into a community centre, it had a condition that it couldn’t be used for a variety of other purposes including ‘a place of worship’. (Some locals say it’s already being used as just that, with complaints of noise from the morning prayer.)

    And according to Norwich City Council, a submission has indeed been made to remove place of worship from the list of restricted uses — but it is currently waiting a decision.

    So many questions, so much propaganda and such little investigative journalism.


    • Burgsey says:

      Investigative journalism; I really can’t remember the last time I came across anything like it on the mainstream media!


    • vlad says:

      Each new mosque is another flag of occupation, conquest and colonisation planted in our soil.


  10. SPC says:

    Is it me or are the BBC backing off a bit – Vickie Young and cronies? maybe they can see the way the stream is running and are looking to the future – slimey little…..


  11. Frustrated says:

    The “Bercow” adulation continues – think they are going for the hour?!?
    Maybe this was all just a ploy to avoid having to actually get round to the Motions on an early election / Prorogation ?

    And it was all going so “nicely” … Dawn Butler just getting nasty though –BJ is sexist and racist ?? (she is actually screaming now) Can’t bear it any longer … Jeeze Jess Phillips is up next … Time to switch off …


    • Guest Who says:

      Worth following The Adoration of The Midget on twitter.

      Sycophantic colleagues and media all getting a rude awakening from outside the bubble.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I watched dawn butler who made the kind comments which a decent speaker would have shut down

      Then a traitor went after JRM – leader of the house – for an apology for a traitor doctor over words . Naturally he took the traitor s side as opposed to staying out of the fray like a proper speaker .

      It has run for over 90 minutes . I stuck with it . Absolutely shameful . Funny no one talked about the bullying .


      • Frustrated says:

        Can only agree with you, Fed – an absolutely appalling show.

        He really lost it at the end though – bellowing away (from 17.06 to 17.10 : https://www.parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/912439c0-627c-4f85-a4ba-14c533a880dd#player-tabs):

        “Don’t tell me young man from a sedentary position what I can and can’t say … then leave the chamber … I’m not remotely interested in your petty *** objection”

        The pompous little *** can’t help showing his true face – I think all the fawning has gone even more to his head. Apparently he really can get away with anything.

        Arrogant, evil, bullying little man

        As fakenewswatcher says “Good riddance”.

        I just dread to think what else he will succeed in doing before he leaves. Sure he has some other spiteful plans up his sleeve :-\


      • Alicia Sinclair says:

        Just highlight the anti Semitic bits, and put it in Angela Rayner’s Special File , it’s the one next to Abbott’s Semtex Project. Then send her back to grandad. He’ll get some nurse to read it to him as he drools and snoozes.


    • vesnadog says:


      “Dawn Butler”

      Did you see her trying to stop Bercow from leaving the chamber all the while looking over her left shoulder so that the TV cameras can catch her climbing the highest over her fellow MPs so she can be seen.

      Clearly she hopes that that photo of her bouncing over her fellow MP friends will be as famous as the other famous photo of “Tank Man” standing in front of the tanks threatening to crush him.

      In the house she shouts every one down who disagrees with her yet in front of the TV cameras outside the house inside the debating chambers her poor education and honesty is there for all to see. Its so easy to shout and complain but its the hardest thing to explain, reason, and to understand ones subject/line of thought while debating with other real politicians.


  12. fakenewswatcher says:

    Can’t believe Bercow got away with his antics for as long as he has. Nasty little piece of work, entirely self-absorbed, narcissist.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Yes he is very like Mr Toad without any of the loveable bits. I hope the weasels in the wild wood make short work of him.


  13. fakenewswatcher says:

    Good riddance!


  14. SPC says:

    Labour want to ‘scrutinise’ the yellowhammer report.
    Scrutinise? it’s like giving complex documents to monkeys.


  15. JimS says:

    As we all know ‘hate speech’ cannot be tolerated and is completely unacceptable.

    So why then was that classic old-left hate-monger Dale Aston, ‘from Pontypridd’, allowed another of his monthly anti-‘toreee’ rants on Jeremy Vine today?

    The poor man is unhinged, even having a go at another ‘caller’, that he didn’t know from Adam, that “there’s none so blind”. A clear case of extreme Toryphobia, the irrational fear of Conservatives or perhaps it should be Misoparadosis?


    • Roland Deschain says:

      Surely that was offensive to those who are hard of sight? (I was about to say hard of vision but that’s pretty well all 650 of them.)


  16. Alicia Sinclair says:

    The Toady Show with lil Justin really is a peach of liberal water cooler gas, isn’t it?
    Just before 8am, they had on the smoothie chops Reith Lecturer of a lawyer- clearly has long had a good career under Blair’s weasel patronage .
    Well Justin was humping Suctions leg like my nobbled old Yorkie did the postman. Cringing ,smarmy ever so ‘ elpful soundbites required for jailing the PM, being offered like tissues to our brief. Lord help his fags and bedwarmers back at Eton, Webb would snitch and snivel to get his muffins buttered by a lugubrious, languid 6th former like Sumo from now til doomsday if he could only get Boris in jail.
    Pathetic creep.
    Well despite Webb’s desperate crawling and suggestions , Sumption would simply say that the law is the law and it’s never wise to set your boater against the bloviating bloaters in pinstripes nighties.Tough chuddy smoothie chops you did that when you gave us a referendum and you bet the ranch on the result. You lost. Both of you. Now get stuffed.
    My vote is worth as much as either of yours, there’s more of us than you. And your selective legal chicanery means your law means nothing to us, any more than it does to you both, and Bercow too.


    • chancygardner says:

      Blimey, I wish I could insult with the same eloquence!


    • The WestWyvern says:

      Agree. Any ‘law’ passed by this gaggle of traitors and toadies is null, void and not worth the vellum it is written upon.

      Have the turkeys voted for Christmas? A quick scan of the remain stream media sites I’ve checked makes no mention of an election, just full of bubble journalists masturbating furiously over the squeaker and his pronouncements.


  17. SPC says:

    You can see with little Dominic Grieve that he is not used to being crossed. All his life he has had his way – and expects it still – Privelige and arrogance – Good old boy – you’ve had your day I think – Be thankful for what you’ve had.


  18. Roland Deschain says:

    Could a no-deal Brexit still happen on 31 October?

    It’s interesting to note the scenarios in which the BBC thinks this could happen.
    (1) MPs approve a Brexit deal
    (2) MPs vote for no deal
    (3) The Government ignores the law
    (4) The Government scraps the law after an election
    (5) The EU refuses a deal

    Nowhere have they considered that the Government may find a loophole. They appear arrogantly to assume that there cannot be one.

    I believe there are quite a few possibilities. Perhaps the BBC knows this too but does not wish to mention them lest the Government not have thought of it. For instance, the law may require the Government to ask for an extension, but does not require that it sign any document authorising the extension. Bercow has, probably inadvertently, confirmed this by his actions to force the law through.

    There are other possibilities such as the Civil Contingencies Act and if the Government does not use any of them then the Tories will deserve what happens to them in the forthcoming election.


  19. pugnazious says:

    I have my doubts…..Corbyn and Labour will come under more scrutiny in a general election?….


    ‘What may work in their[The Tories] favour this time is that the threat of a Labour victory, even if only a minority government, is large enough for their plans to come under a bit more scrutiny. Back in 2017 Corbyn and McDonnell certainly benefited from a lack of focus on their specific tax and spending agenda – this time, with the polls veering all over the place, we can hope for a lot more attention on exactly what their plans would cost the British economy.’

    Not from the BBC, the BBC that portrayed Corbyn in 2017 as a champion of the police force, a champion of the security services and an ardent cheerleader for anti-terrorism legislation and related measures….when we know his real, well known, repeatedly stated over decades, position is the polar opposite of all that.

    The BBC that put together a mocking montage of May saying ‘strong and stable’, the BBC that put together a mocking montage of government claims, totally accurate ones, that one of the coldest winters with severe snow storms in recent history caused a dip in the economy…as of course it did.

    This is the BBC who doesn’t, doesn’t, bring us a mocking montage of Corbyn demanding a general election…unlike the Telegraph which has helpfully slapped one together for our delight and education….I quote ‘Bring it on!!!’


    • maxincony says:


      …the BBC that portrayed Corbyn in 2017 as a champion of the police force, a champion of the security services and an ardent cheerleader for anti-terrorism legislation and related measures…

      Alan, even by your own pitiful standards, this is a pathetic attempt at gaslighting.

      Some BBC News highlights from 2017:

      “Corbyn pressed over IRA comments”; “Jeremy Corbyn has refused to single out the IRA for condemnation when pressed over his past campaigning activities”; “Corbyn quizzed on Trident and IRA”; “Boris Johnson said it was ‘absolutely monstrous’ that the Labour leader had attempted to ‘justify’ or legitimise the actions of terrorists”; “Theresa May said: ‘Jeremy Corbyn has said that terror attacks in Britain are our own fault’.”; “Duncan Smith demands Corbyn IRA apology”; “A former officer in the British Army who served in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, Mr Duncan Smith accused Mr Corbyn of seeking to equate British soldiers with terrorists.”; “Jeremy Corbyn’s attitude to the IRA came under scrutiny in a weekend TV interview”; “[Corbyn] incurred the wrath of the Labour leadership early in his career, when he invited two former IRA prisoners to speak at Westminster, two weeks after the Brighton bomb that had nearly killed Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet”; “[Corbyn’s] remarks about the IRA have been the focus of much attention”; [Corbyn] has been repeatedly pressed to condemn specific IRA attacks”


      • dazzer says:

        maxi, could you at the very least avoid insulting other forum members, please. This isn’t the HoC.

        The fact that you haven’t been banned is testament to the ‘liberal’ approach the moderators. I can’t imagine the same happening on your side.

        I welcome your counter-arguments and I’m sure other forum members make occasional mistakes or such like given the sheer amount of propaganda the BBC pumps out.

        But, it does beg the question: Why are you here? I can only think you were rejected by your own kind and seek solace venting your bitterness at us. I bet deep down you want to be like us, but for some reason – I don’t know, maybe you are an LGBT one-legged Syrian immigrant with learning difficulties – you can’t. Your social environment dictates to you?

        It’s OK. We can be friends. Redemption is possible. Just try not insulting forum members. Politicians – go for it – they are all a bunch of scheming two-faced power-obsessed animals. 😉


        • Fedup2 says:

          I feel very ‘insulted ‘ at being called ‘liberal’ . I cannot think of a worse thing to say ???? calling me a private lady Party is one thing – but ‘liberal “?

          Anyway – does any one want the trolls’ comments taken down. I’m more than happy to oblige . ?


          • dazzer says:

            Oops! Sorry Fed. I meant it in a non-political sense.


            • Fedup2 says:

              Dazzer – please be less liberal with the use of the word ‘liberal’ as when I saw it with reference to me – I couldn’t sleep and went into a downward spiral . Me ? A liberal ? ????

              I’m okay now and all well …. so no worry ….. do you know I really hope the trolls read this site and get a taste of reality as opposed to the kind of mindless rubbish when the school term ended last night …..


  20. Doobster78 says:

    This is a great piece from the BBC . As pointed out by Fed earlier, there was good , unexpectedly good economic figures for july. Good news right ??? Well yes, but read the BBC and Faisal Islams interpretation and you’d be forgiven wanting to harm yourself and call it a day !!!!!

    They really do not like the UK doing well does our national broadcaster !!!


    HYS open and a real treat , here’s a few of the top ones. Enjoy.

    I voted for an immediate recession and 800k extra unemployed. 3 years and still it’s not here. I feel so betrayed


    Perhaps you could show how we compare with the Eurozone growth rates, BBC ?

    You know, just to pretend that you’re unbiased.

    So growing at a faster rate than the ‘German Powerhouse’ DEPITE BREXIT.
    Just wonder what will happen when confidence comes back once we leave the EU institutions.


    Very clever BBC; if the pound falls and the FTSE rises; the pound is the business live headline, but if the FTSE falls and pound rises the FTSE is the headline.
    No negative spin here, move along please.


  21. Jeff says:

    Is this just a rumour or could there be any truth in it?
    The soon to be former Speaker, the impeccably impartial Mr Bercow, will soon be employed by the impeccably impartial BBC on their flagship political programme, the impeccably impartial Question time, as the new and impeccably impartial chairman.
    He’s got all the credentials…


  22. Fedup2 says:

    Having watched the speaker self love fest ( what a comedy routine ) I went for a walk by the sea and come back to write this –

    A decent speaker would have held the affection of the whole house . Instead it was only half of it – going over the top in appreciation .

    I’m guessing the Bercow is so self assured that this thought will not cross his mind .

    The government will not go with convention and send him to the lords – labour will do that .

    And thank god we won’t have to hear from that farce until mid October .

    It would be nice if , once the parliament closes tonight the government announces that it has advised the monarch not to approve the Bill and it does not become law .


    • theisland says:

      I believe Royal Assent has already been given. Bercow announced it after his love fest.
      Boris is not to be trusted.


  23. Frustrated says:

    Not BBC but I still have the “apehouse” HoC livestream running in the background and the noise is unbelievable!!

    Dominic Grieve continuing to stab his (ex-)colleagues in the back.

    The Speaker has apparently given up his job already?

    Gove trying to answer questions on Yellowhammer and being drowned out. The opposition benches are screaming and bellowing through the House and not a word from Bercow …

    Have they any idea what an impression they are making?
    Probably couldn’t care less – they don’t feel responsible to anyone


  24. Thoughtful says:

    Something the BBC won’t tell you is Labour and the Lefts love of crime, and criminals, especially when the victims are the hated White people.

    Aside from Sad-dick Khan successfully increasing violent crime in London to world record status we have the spectacle of a vicious gun toting criminal managine to accidentally shoot himself dead with his own gun, and here’s what the local Labour MP had to say:

    Ellie Reeves, Labour MP for Lewisham West and Penge, tweeted: ‘Shocked and saddened to learn of the fatal shooting in Sydenham this afternoon.

    Saddened to hear of the death of an armed robber using a live weapon to kill his intended victims?
    There’s an element of shadenfreude, or even karma at work here.

    But Saddened? No I feel no saddness for someone like this who has relieved the world of his criminality.


  25. Fedup2 says:

    I don’t think the BBC will show a Labour MP called Ian Austin ripping Comrade Corbyn and his type a new hole in the Commons today – reminding people of his support for Irish Republican terrorists – the so called IRA and other evil doers such as the anti Jewish terrorist groups . It was a job done .


    • Frustrated says:

      I’m keeping a copy!! ;o)

      Thought Austin was very good.
      (Ditto Bone/ Redwood and Tomlinson)

      Fortunately I had to go out briefly so was able to escape many no doubt very unpleasant speeches by the Opposition (almost chucked my PC out the window when Blackford, the smarmy git, was on …)

      I’ll listen to the rest later


    • Lobster says:

      Actually Ian Austin is an Independent – he resigned the Labour whip in February.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Lobster – that would explain a lot – he really took some flak from surrounding Labour Traitors on his bench .

        You stay clear of those frenchy fisherman lob..


  26. taffman says:

    The People vs Parliament, A rotten Parliament
    The Tory Party is finished. Its The Brexit Party from now on .

    As Berco Boiler jumps out will he get a Knighthood as a reward?


  27. Non Snowflake says:

    Not bBBC (although if they’re watching the programme they’d be having kittens) but tonight’s episode of “Special Branch” on Talking Pictures TV is on the subject of illegal aliens turning up on the Kent coastline.

    Special Branch are waiting for them, apprehending them, there are some fisticuffs, and they’re treating it generally as a criminal investigation. And the Home Office wants to send them back to Karachi.

    Great stuff, and the way things *should* be.


  28. Doobster78 says:

    Forget it Matt. Nick will NEVER step outside the bubble.

    BBC mustn’t have access to the recent Polls !!!!! Not a clue, not a f in clue about the REAL world !!!!


  29. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    About bent Bercow.
    Have you seen the pictures in the house of conmen.

    The whole of the left are up giving him a standing ovation and the conservatives are still and quiet apart from a few polite mps (remain leaning probably) moving their hands in a quiet clapping way.

    Is this a sign of an impartial speaker or a wet leftie.
    We all know the answer.

    I wish somebody would thump that Neanderthal screaming and shouting whilst people are trying to listen to the (so called) news.
    I wonder how many viewers have decided to vote leave because of this idiot’s screeching.
    He’s probably turned loads into leavers with his hoarse bawling.


    • Roland Deschain says:

      I have to say that right now I am so angry at these shitty little politicians that I cannot possibly say what I really feel. I have wanted to keep the moral high ground about how Brexit is achieved but no more. It needs to be brought down to their level.


  30. Idiotboy says:

    Newsnight have Fondlebums and Rory on tonight. Signs of desperation.


  31. Fedup2 says:

    The next front the traitors are attacking is the legitimacy of Prorogation . Now that there is an order for government staff to hand over signals relating to Prorogation the matter is going to land up in court .

    More Soros money funnelled through Traitor Grieve and others where they assess that state communications will be ordered to be disclosed by some court after various appeals . Grieve will also assume that the time line will be within the Prorogation period .
    So yet again there is a threat that the government /PM is held in contempt of parliament – or even court – by failing to disclose . The Remainers think this is clever , but the bigger picture will be that ordinary people are going to look at these events and think . “ what is worth so much to these remainers that they’ll destroy fellow politicians in this way ? ‘. We voted to ‘leave ‘ and every dirty trick is now being used to destroy a PM .

    I think what Roland says at 1058pm is a fair reflection . A lot of people will have turned the whole monstrous thing off by now ..


  32. JimS says:

    The bastards are sowing the seeds..

    Corbyn says the government can’t run roughshod over the will of parliament. But parliament can run roughshod over the will of the people?

    “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”

    – John F Kennedy – a BBC favourite.


  33. smoogie7 says:

    Just catching up with things.

    Saw a good speech from Raab where he seemed cool and calm and then comes along Corbyn shouting away getting his words mixed up.

    My question is who is worse? Corbyn or Bercow? Both nasty pieces of work. Glad to see the cow is leaving.

    Nothing about this from the BBC of course. My guess is more prison talk for Johnson?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Bercow is worse because he is meant to be neutral and thus because he is not he is a scum bag . Anyone with half a head will know Comrade Corbyn is just an enemy of Britain and always had been – all through the 70s . I remember him in N1 for a number of reasons and like many – was affected by losing good people in Northern Ireland – but the kids choose not to have any idea of his track record as an apologist for the ‘ armed Struggle ‘ as his type would call plain murder


  34. Fedup2 says:

    If you’ve not been entertained by the onanistic performance of the Bercow you can now have the Tess May resignation honours list . Her front remainer man – oliver Robbins- only gets letters after his dismal name and not the much sought after £peerage£- but a nice job with a corrupt accountancy firm as a consolation prize ….


  35. BRISSLES says:

    Bercow quote: ““We degrade Parliament at our peril”.

    Didn’t his wife do that with alacrity in the early days of his office ? draping herself in a sheet in front of Parliament, having an affair with a close relative, getting all cosy with some gypsy chap. Then he gets an attack of ‘little man syndrome’ and starts bullying those employed around him. Pity someone in the House didn’t remind him of his misdemeanours .


  36. Fedup2 says:

    434 MPs needed to vote to get an election tonight . Only 293 did so . Democracy is a funny thing isn’t it ?


  37. Frustrated says:

    What complete and utter nonsense …
    I hope these cowardly MPs understand what awaits them when they try and get re-elected.

    LibDems continually underlining the fact that they are out to stop Brexit (very democratic, I’m sure).

    SNP blabbing on that the people of Scotland are being ignored – “they just want to stay in the EU.”

    It would have been better (for us all) if the arrogant Plaid Cymru and Greens “ladies” hadn’t bothered to open their mouths. And as for Mike Gapes – what a waste of space …

    Corbyn could barely control his “raging” voice as he accused Boris of cowardice in avoiding answering questions / providing evidence of how he intends to get a better deal. Talk about pot and kettle.
    It’s obvious they all have no idea how to negotiate/play the EU-poker – I just hope Boris can remain firm and fulfil his pledge.

    While he’s in Brussels negotiating, he obviously has some good (fairly) young MPs who will be arguing and presenting the Conservative cause for an election (was quite impressed with how some of them presented their “case” tonight.)

    Go for an alliance with Nigel / TBP and the opposition should be looking very small indeed …

    Bercow is bellowing again. (“I require no response from you … Get out no one will miss you”) And goes on to say that this overly long prorogation is not standard procedure.

    I read only the only other day (and posted here, I think) that this is NOT a considerably longer prorogation. What a farce.

    And as the Government MPs (?) follow Bercow out of the chamber the opposition is chanting “shame on you” (is that usual?) – kindergarten classes are better behaved – an utter fiasco.

    So, the Government didn’t “bother” to come back into the HoC after the reading in HoL and Bercow looked initially slightly stunned as if he didn’t quite know what was going on.

    Now being all pally shaking hands with the opposition MPs.
    An absolutely impartial speaker …

    Good night


  38. Richard Pinder says:

    The BBC Swamp people are just screaming a strange “contradictory authoritarian Orwellian Doublescream bullshit” language about Boris being a dictator who has ended Parliamentary democracy for five weeks and wants to permanently destroy the careers of the BBC’s favourite Parliamentarians after that by calling for a General Election. So I will just listen to Farage on LBC at 6pm.

    The Swamp (BBC and Parliament) wants Boris in prison for defying the Swamps wish to stay in the EU. The Swamp does not want the people to vote for freedom in a General Election, but conspires with the enemy behind the back of our Prime Minister. The Swamp wants to block Brexit. The Swamp wants to remain in power to vote down any Deal and to put the people in a catch 22 prison by stopping us from leaving without a Deal.

    The Swamp is preventing Boris Johnson from holding a democratic election and instead they are forcing him on pain of imprisonment to do something that nobody voted for and which opinion polls show that the majority of people are opposed to any further delaying of Brexit. The Swamp wont allow the people to have any say on this until they have secured their anti-democratic determination to keep us imprisoned in the EU. The Swamp is holding the country to ransom. It is blocking a democratic election as it conspires with EU officials to force through another delay. The Swamp is planning to divide the Brexit vote in a second Referendum that it can ignore if it loses.

    Remarkably I have spotted another case of dejavu:

    The 1993 Russian constitutional crisis was the last time that a Parliament tried to put Boris in prison for defying the establishment. Boris was supported in his fight by the Army. 51 percent of the people polled thought that the use of military force by Boris was justified. The speaker called for Boris to be imprisoned. Boris won in the end.



  39. Celtic_Mist says:

    Sky News deleted the tweet


  40. Loobyloo says:

    Viewpoint: The CIA, 9/11 and collective blindness https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-49582852

    Yet another ‘viewpoint’ which turns out to be a whine on behalf of Muslims, probably written by a Muslim. Al Beeb doesn’t even tried to hide its impartiality now…no other religion is as important in its eyes. So 9/11 might not have happened if the CIA had been more diverse?? How come there are so few terrorist attacks by Sikhs or Hindus, or Buddhists?

    I would really appreciate Ofcom studying how much online space is given to each major religion and why. We could all have a pretty good guess at the results.


  41. JamesArthur says:

    morning – as others have said – Bercow what a little man. Possibly the worst Speaker ever..the world is laughing as the UK Parliament held for so long as the epitome of intelligent statesmanship lowered to the level of the worst.

    BBC this morning
    “Government to ask for an extention” – spot the error.. it must be one of their highly qualified journalists.. BBC at its best

    Ps how do I add pictures from my computer please


    • Celtic_Mist says:


      At the bottom of the ‘Leave a Reply’ bit –

      “You can add images to your comment by clicking ‘here'”

      I have never mastered it 🙁


  42. Fedup2 says:

    Hello every one .
    A troll was active here last night and it will be pleased to know it caused minor upset . I got called a ‘liberal’ by a colleague poster which makes me feel ashamed . ….

    Would you like me to remove the trolls’ ‘ contributions ‘? I am happy to do so but if others think the troll has value I will do nothing ?

    As for the mother of parliaments –

    I’m trying to imagine the impression last nights’ antics will have made around the world . Serious countries must be saying

    ‘ how did british politicians turn into that ?’


  43. Swelter says:

    Fed… I for one would miss Max,s posts, as he is a rebuffed pretty ably by some of our regulars . He is like a small child running round at a party .It gives one the opportunity to trip him up or drop half a scotch egg on him.


  44. LastChanceSaloon says:

    [Prompted by a recent “Honours” list.]
    Foreman of the Jury
    “We find the defendant guilty on all counts.”
    “The unanimous wish of the jury is that no mercy whatsoever is considered in this case.”

    Lord LastChance of Saloon, donning the black cap with alacrity.
    “For scientific purposes, please record how well the defendant danced with an air gap between the soles of her treacherous shoes and British soil rendered sacred by the blood sacrifice of many generations of patriots.”


  45. Guest Who says:

    ‘Arm of the state’.

    I suggest that is a typo.



  46. JamesArthur says:

    R4 Harriet Harman as potential speaker – sounds like Bercow in a dress and allowed to just say what she wanted uninterrupted – which bodes badly..she must be a BBC luvvie.


    • fakenewswatcher says:

      JA Sorry, I accidentally reported your comment , when I actually wanted to reply.
      Harriet as a neutral or impartial Speaker – what a complete joke.
      The parliamentary triumphalism is not appropriate: the say they merely wanted to assert themselves against the Executive, when actually the parliament has been asserting its power OVER THE PEOPLE. This little deception has encouraged them all to misbehave like naughty children – or even as an ill-disciplined rabble, last night. Their message: this is the real centre of power, and no one will stop us from behaving exactly as we like! In their overbearing braggadocio, they have forgotten that they will need to be voted in by the much-despised PEOPLE at some time in the not too distant future.
      Hitler was also able to hijack a parliament -it does not bode well.
      Bercow is behind it all because, as we saw last night, Bercow is a VERY PARTISAN Labour stooge. Harriet as speaker would be part of the plan to turn Parliament into a Labour fiefdom (and we are slowly realising the extent to which that has been the case under Bercow.)


  47. JamesArthur says:

    R4 what a shite interviewer with Geoffery Boycott…fantastic answers to her politically correct rubbish
    She asks why it took so long for him to get his knighthood and says
    ” is it something to do with your conviction for domestic abuse”
    His answers have to be listened to – fantastic – she didn’t have an answer –
    but his answer included I don’t give a toss luv, if you want to talk to me about my knighthood that ‘s nice but not this political stuff
    I paraphrase, but worth a listen…it shows the BBC up for what they are –


    • Foscari says:

      James- Thanks!! I just listened to the “interview” terrific reply to
      Martha Kearney by Geoff Boycott. How I would love to hear more retorts like this to
      these liberal bigots .I am not computer literate. Please somebody put it on this page!


  48. Fedup2 says:

    I can’t understand why Hattie went on toady as she is a dead cert to be the new Bercow . In fact it will be as though Bercow never left .
    She is highly qualified because she is full fat labour – of the Left Left – has been the acting leader of the Labour Party , it’s treasurer ever – and is married to a union funded labour MP .
    She was also an advocate for paedophiles PIE in her NCCL days.

    Poor Lindsey Hoyle – who would put a bit of decency back into that poundshop office – doesn’t stand a chance ….


    • john in cheshire says:

      Mrs Harman is tainted by her connections with the National Council for Civil Liberties ( NCCL, now renamed Liberty) and the Paedophile Information Exchange, PIE.
      Surely even the HoC has one remaining grain of integrity to ensure she never gets to be Speaker, or any other position. In fact it beggars belief that people still vote for her to be an MP.


  49. G says:

    Toady outlines Treason May’s Honours List. Exhibiting true Globalist principles, the List contains many who, along with her, are failures, liars and history will no doubt record, treasonists. Couldn’t help thinking of the parallels in big business. You know, the increasing ubiquitous furore over top executives, having failed miserably, receiving outrageous pay-offs, along with those mediocre ones receiving big unwarranted bonuses and / increases in salary. The shareholders of these companies (voters?) are slowly coming to grips with the latter whereas, in the former, HMS UK simply sails on unhindered into the setting Sun. More evidence (if that were required) that everyone should get behind TBP as, perhaps, of more importance, is the principle of changing politics in the UK, “for good”.
    The failure Oily Robbins a Knighthood?


  50. Dover Sentry says:

    “Proroguing parliament cut short John Berkow’s leaving speech by five weeks”.

    (Daily Telegraph).