Christmas Thread 23 December 2019

I’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone who reads or writes on this site a very happy Christmas from our very small admin crew.
Thank you for your contributions throughout the year as the Biased BBC has spread its’poisonous propaganda across the airways – for which people have to pay . Perhaps that is going to change .

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419 Responses to Christmas Thread 23 December 2019

  1. StewGreen says:

    \\ EastEnders nativity play, led by a young, black, eco-warrior girl,
    started by asking for no loud noises,
    didn’t show Christ or the nativity,
    but was about global warming. Nuff said… //

    “When you flick to BBC One of an evening and realise that, as a viewer, what you are witnessing is Islington talking to itself”

    the #BBC’s obsession with “diversity” excludes any diversity of opinion other than its own.


    • StewGreen says:

      Those last quotes are from Daily Telegraph Dec 20th


    • fakenewswatcher says:

      Stew – the Diversity we need from the bbc is DIVERSITY OF THOUGHT/OPINION of Brits all over Britain, not only those of Islington. What do the people of Hull, Doncaster, Sedgefield, rural Scotland and -for that matter- rural Essex think?
      A young, black girl going on about global warming, and no reference to Christ? Clearly something very wrong!
      It says in the Bible somewhere that He would sent them a great delusion, which they would swallow, hook, line and sinker. This could be it.
      And on the day of Judgement, they’ll discover what global warming really consists of, and it won’t be pretty.
      However, to all who appear on this site, I wish a very Happy and safe Christmas. ( GWF are thoughts are especially with you. Are you in need of help? ) This land is our land. It DOES NOT belong to Lord Hall Hall. It also does not belong to Toady.


    • john in cheshire says:

      One of these days the entertainment industry in our country is going to have to accept that the vast majority of the population is white and, speaking for myself, want white people writing stories about white people, for white people and played by white people. Where men play men’s roles not effeminate milksops and women play women’s roles not ersatz men.


      • BRISSLES says:

        John, there was a seismic change towards actors/actresses of colour in Hollywood a couple of years ago, and quite rightly so, people of talent, regardless of colour or religion should be employed, BUT, the pendulum has swing too far in the opposite direction – in this country, and defaming historical fact to give a BAME a role is totally wrong. Imagine the Twitter meltdown if a white actor was given the role of Dr Martin Luther King, or Anthony Hopkins played Nelson Mandella ! same difference. Advertisers too are hell bent on giving equal promotion to mixed race couples, which I’m heartily sick of seeing. My immediate thought when yet another one appears is “here we go again”, which is not the aim of advertisers when they are pushing a product.


        • JimS says:

          “Advertisers too are hell bent on giving equal promotion to mixed race couples..”

          Equal as in half-mixed race, half all-black?


        • maxincony says:


          Imagine the Twitter meltdown if a white actor was given the role of Dr Martin Luther King, or Anthony Hopkins played Nelson Mandella!

          Gosh, yes, imagine if the role of Jesus was given to a white actor from America or the UK; “defaming historical fact”! Enough to churn one’s stomach. Merry Christmas.


      • maxincony says:

        john in cheshire,

        speaking for myself, [I] want white people writing stories about white people, for white people and played by white people” [26 likes]

        It must be such a relief for all the brave and courageous posters here to know that “biasedbbc” isn’t at all a racist website. Merry Christmas.


        • StewGreen says:

          If @JiC bad said “black” instead of “white” he’d be being promised a series of Arts Council grants and a BBC platform to promote his cause.

          Also imagine if he’d said “female” instead of “white”.


        • Doublethinker says:

          You , nor anyone for that matter, has to pay for reading what is on this site, so unlike the BBC were the only legal way to avoid paying is not to own a TV set. I think that we are entitled to freedom of speech and say how we feel. If you don’t like what posters say or feel you are under no obligation to respond or to read the posts in future. The BBC is allowed to pump out brazenly progressive propaganda 365 and we are forced to pay for the tripe. Resentment of the BBC and the whole progressive movement is rapidly growing, going Woke has been a step too far, hopefully all those who oppose the Wokists will consign them to the dustbin of history in the next decade.


  2. chancygardner says:

    The last few days have been bliss in our local town. People actually look normal again, as if some impending plague has been thwarted at the last minute. No idiots on the street handing out lefty, pro-remain, anti 5G, XR rebellion leaflets. No crazies with braided purple hair demanding your attention. Indeed, no-one resembling Brad Pitt’s character in The Twelve Monkeys pressing anything in your direction.

    They’ve all gone underground, or at least under the pebbles. For a while, we can breathe a little more easily. Happy Christmas everyone!


    • maxincony says:


      The last few days have been bliss in our local town. People actually look normal again…

      Merry Christmas.


  3. StewGreen says:

    Australian fires .. is it a cllimate-crisis or arson problem ?

    Since September how many arsonists have they charged ?
    Say in ONE state like Queensland ?

    “31 adults and 67 children) have been charged with arson by Queensland police.”


    • john in cheshire says:

      I wonder if Operation Gladio is still alive and kicking?


    • G says:

      From the debate I watched on Sky Australia (a very reliable ‘straight’ source) via YT, the Australians have suffered in many of the areas affected with Green/Far Left local council control. As is their won’t, the Marxist Greens halted the maintenance of the previously formed fire breaks as maintaining those safety barriers was not Green. Then there was the claim that the maintenance could not be afforded to support the primary Green goal: destruction of mankind. If anyone is to be charged, it should be the Greens/Marxist lefties.


      • gobbin99 says:

        Yes. Exactly. Try the Institute of Public Affairs website( Australia) who fight to protect free speech, western civilised values , scientifically challenge climate change. They say red tape costs Australia $176 billion per year and is hence the largest industry.


  4. vlad says:

    What do you call a man who has sex with a 9-year-old?

    Definitely not a paedophile, according to the laughably misnamed European Court of Human Rights.

    Another reason for Leaving.

    “Calling Muhammad paedophile ‘not protected by free speech’”


  5. Scroblene says:

    I suppose that this Christmas Eve will be the same as the last 47 years or so, since Mrs O’Blene and I tied the knot!

    I usually start the day organising and polishing the various bottles before breakfast, and then prepare for the marathon work of the season – stuffing the turkey…

    Back when we were first married, I took nearly 23 hours, but have got it down to about 8 now.

    I hope that one day, someone could explain how one stuffs a turkey any other way than through its beak…

    Happy Christmas everyone, and thank you all for the sanest, most enjoyable, exasperating, sensible, site around! Like most good people here, we won’t be bothering to watch anything on the BBC, but will follow the Magic Grandpa’s mantra, aided by Diane Abbott, and watch it a boiled sausage after Walpurgis Night!


  6. Guest Who says:

    The BBC N. America team obsession with HRC explained.


    • john in cheshire says:

      To be seasonal and in the spirit of the pantomime that is the racist far-left bbc, I wonder if Ratty Katty and/or Soapy Sopel have a magic mirror to stand in front of:
      Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, who is the bestest reporter of them all?

      And the answer is…
      Well, it’s not you, dear.


  7. Guest Who says:

    The entirely predictable decline and obliteration of the BBC.


  8. Guest Who says:


    Jon, Katty, Anthony and Nick as Middle Aged, Mutant Numpty Reporters?


    • Sluff says:

      I stand to be corrected but Copper Carbonate is the same colour, and different compounds of Hexavalent Chromium have different colours.
      I’m not saying it is not a Hexavalent Chromium compound but the desire of the BBC for a scare story seems to have got in the way of providing a sufficient evidential base.

      In other words…….well down to normal standards.


  9. Doobster78 says:

    Happy Christmas to all who use this amazing site + thanks to all those who run it so well.

    Without this platform to vent my frustrations with like minded individuals , i think i may well have spontaneously combusted this year !!!

    Hope everyone has a great festive period.



  10. john in cheshire says:

    Is Channel 4 going to show that wonderful Argentinian film, The First Temptation of Christ, on Christmas Day, I wonder?
    Oh, they can’t even though I’m sure they really really want to, because it’s on Netflix.
    The wonder is that the pagan Christ haters in Channel 4 didn’t think of the idea first.


  11. Doobster78 says:

    This kinda crap is only going to get worse in 2020 !!!!


  12. Guest Who says:

    Someone has been read the riot act.



    • StewGreen says:

      Neil is not kowtowing he is criticising the Gadaffi family owned university known as the LSE


    • StewGreen says:

      @IainDale tweeted
      This has to be one of the worst political analyses of the year, written by two of Britain’s leading political adademics.
      They attack the election night exit poll because it didn’t give vote share and just concentrated on seat numbers.
      Dear oh dear.


      • Beltane says:

        It also confirms that the probity of the LSE is as genuine and respected as that of the BBC. And that if you also read and believe the Guardian and Independent you’re a very sadly misinformed person – the saving grace being that you represent a very minor and ineffective minority.


  13. fakenewswatcher says:

    Jonathan Friedland is taking the ‘long view’ of ‘white racism’ in sport, which -apparently- goes back to a boxing match in 1810, on beeb R4. No doubt, beeb will constantly bring on witnesses to show this merely reflects white racism in society. Blacks don’t do this sort of thing, of course.
    He should read South African papers, where this time the blacks are in the majority and the whites in the minority.
    Rape -often in front of families, hideous, indescribable torture, murder, car hijacks, etc are a daily feature of what many whites, especially on farms, are subjected to. Read southafricatoday news, and you will really be shocked. Many of these are deliberate racist incidents.
    Lest you say ‘its only crime’, the leaders of black parties in parliament get off scott-free after encouraging blacks to murder whites, grab their land etc Study the career of one Julius Malema, and you will have some idea.
    ‘Affirmative action’ has driven skilled whites out of jobs, to be replaced by unskilled blacks, who have mismanaged and looted big corporations like SAA, Eskom and many others, to the point of collapse and insolvency. Many whites have also been driven out of the country, a deliberate ANC / EFF strategy.

    Monkey chants? They are disgraceful, but nothing compared to what happens when racism in reverse strikes.
    Give me monkey chats all day, if the alternative is molten plastic poured over my body.


    • john in cheshire says:

      From Presentation by Walter Veith, quoting from the Roman Catholic Vatican2 documents :

      “Vatican II Council document Gaudium et Spes: If one is in extreme necessity he has the right to procure for himself what he needs out of the riches of others…Therefore, because private property is immoral, all men—individuals and governments—have the moral obligation to redistribute goods held unjustly by property owners (emphasis added). xxv In this Vatican statement, stealing is clearly endorsed. And we are told by Pope Benedict that this document and its principles codified at Vatican II are to be considered today’s definitive statement on social doctrine. Pope John Paul II echoed this statement in 1981 and again in 1987: 8″.

      And ” But it gets worse. Covetousness and stealing are also a daily part of this Papacy-inspired lifestyle. Theft, Needs, and Private Property Because the goods of some are due to others according to Catholic natural law, it is not considered sinful for the poor take the goods of their neighbors. Thomas Aquinas, pivotal 13th-century Catholic philosopher, says this: In cases of need, all things are common property, so that there would seem to be no sin in taking another’s property, for need has made it common.”

      The complete transcript can be read here:

      No wonder the Catholic Church isn’t outspoken about the white genocide in South Africa and why it promotes Liberation Theology in South America.


      • vlad says:

        The new flick The Two Popes glorifies the present pope’s socialist wokeness (though it omitted to show his craven islamophilia).
        Expect adulation from the beeb and buckets of Oscar nominations from extreme-Liberal Hollywood.


    • vlad says:

      And the beeb never report it because 1) it’s the wrong sort of racism 2) they’re cowards and are terrified of being called racist, and 3) deep in their bones they think the whites deserve it for the years of Apartheid.


      • fakenewswatcher says:

        vlad – I think your 1) and 2) are correct. 3) is interesting, although Apartheid died over a quarter of a century ago!
        Rather than discuss broad policy issues though, I was interested in reading about the atrocities individual people of any colour are capable of. Yet, there will be many kind and compassionate people among all races, as well.
        The problem arises when, like the bbc, you take the alleged monkey chant incident (and it is merely alleged), give it huge publicity, then allow the (unproven) unkind actions of one or two people to be used to smear an entire population. I was trying to point out that such one-sided commentary was off the mark. Possibly add to that attempts to imply that government is responsible, and suddenly you realise what a political campaign all this actually constitutes!
        So, in reality, the bbc is playing POLITICS again, disguised as news and anti-racist coverage, but implying always that only one group could possibly be ‘racist’, instead of pointing out individual offences and making no inferences about how this proves widespread similarities in society itself. Actually this is all bbc conjecture!
        But maybe some of this mud can be made to stick on government?


  14. Invicta 1066 says:

    The BBC website has Steven Knight, claiming his new interpretation of a timeless classic was just an adaptation for today’s modern times.
    Look forward to his updating for modern times the timeless classic, The Koran.
    We all know the BBC will welcome this.


  15. smoogie7 says:

    Well with the big bad Tories in power the economy has not crashed so I will be working this Christmas but at least I can pay my rent!

    Anyway, if I don’t get time to pop in I will say Merry Christmas and not long until ‘Brexmas’

    Here is a jolly video to get us in the spirit!


  16. Dover Sentry says:

    Daily Mail today:

    “RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Let the bells ring out for Christmas – Boris Johnson’s election victory could spark a cultural revolution”

    “Who comes next for Labour? Who cares? A prolonged period of silence — at least four years, ideally — is overdue”.

    ” The bell also tolls for Bercow, who abused his high office to derail Brexit and is destined for well-deserved ignominy. In future, he will be found barking ‘Order, Order!’ on foreign TV shows and at passengers on the Clapham omnibus — a modern-day, one-man freak-show like the Vicar of Stiffkey, who ended his days preaching from inside a lion’s cage.”

    Well said, sir!


    • Doobster78 says:

      Good read that. Thanks for posting it. This is also nicely put …

      It’s not enough for Boris to hire an extra 20,000 coppers. He has to ensure they’re deployed on the streets, fighting knife crime and tackling burglary, instead of pursuing politically motivated prosecutions for ‘hate crimes’.

      The fire brigade must be reminded that their job is fighting fires, not ‘celebrating diversity’ and putting the safety of firemen ahead of the lives of the people they’re paid to rescue. The Armed Forces should be told they will be judged on their ability to defend us against our enemies, not on how many sexual and ethnic minorities they employ

      SPOT ON.


  17. Dystopian says:

    Why won’t he just go away?

    Jeremy Corbyn admits to ‘difficult year’ in Christmas message after election defeat.

    Christmas message from irrelevant has been (or rather, never be).


  18. Foscari says:

    So another daily virtue signalling major feature on the leader
    page of the BBC website. ” Disney cuts Star wars same sex kiss in
    Singapore” Yes call me paranoid if you like , but do you think
    that the BBC would of allowed a black actor to play the
    misanthrope Scrooge in their current version of a Christmas Carol?
    You know diversity and all that. But diversity only goes so
    far as a black Mary Cratchit. And we now know what the nasty
    whitey wants to do with her. Not quite like the current adverts
    we see on TV.


    • chancygardner says:

      And that’s the problem isn’t it? If it were simply a case of, “Look folks there are quite a few great actors around these days who may not perfectly fit the ethnic mix of those originally portrayed in this novel/play/film but we would like to use them in the re-make”, well I’d be ok with that. I’m sure many others would too.

      Unfortunately, that is not the situation and ‘actors of colour’ are not used indiscriminately. They are used in high-status roles in a childish and thinly disguised way by the director to upset the nasty white oppressors who need to be reminded of their nasty white oppressive ways.

      Hence, as you have so correctly indicated Foscari, you would never see a black actor playing Scrooge. Quite pathetic really.


  19. StewGreen says:

    Twitter tells me “Piers Corbyn Retweeted”



    this is called propaganda

    Good to see half the family is in the real world


  20. Doobster78 says:

    This encapsulates everything that is wrong with the BBC and its tedious, never ending diversity agenda pushing . The article, you can sense is written by someone so entrenched in the London media luvvie bubble that they have absolutely no idea of life in the real world. So that’s everyone at the BBC !!!


  21. Sluff says:

    It’s Christmas Eve, so what news do the BBC editors think is of importance to us?
    Important enough for the webshite front page?

    ‘Disney cuts Star Wars same-sex kiss in Singapore’
    Of course !

    A story of great interest to literally tens of people, especially in places like Blythe Valley, Leigh, and Wakefield.

    Finger on the pulse as usual.


    • StewGreen says:

      @Sluff so that is today’s Same-Sex sory, we are due the sneer at Trump, sneer at Brexit, sneer at Remain story of the day


    • EricW says:

      Strewth! Singapore must have to cut half of the BBC’s ouput.


      • Guest Who says:

        Singapore’s state medium is actually even worse than that here. That said, most of their anchors and soap stars are easier on the eye.


  22. StewGreen says:

    52 thousand Twitter accounts LIKED a tweet that selected a list of people by SKIN COLOUR ..such that bad WHITE people like Bercow, Anna Soubry were left off
    … So Tez who is the racist there ?

    PS Why’s Raheem Sterling on the list I don’t know what he’s done wrong ?
    I bet Tez cannot show thousands of accounts that attack the rest of the names also attack Raheem.


    • StewGreen says:

      That virtue signalling racist Tez is given a BBC platform
      is a ….. “MaSsIvE cOiNcIdEnCe”


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      No, it’s not a massive coincidence. It’s 100% intentional that ordinary people have a problem with those who are incompetent, useless, untalented, lacking in intelligence, rude, aggressive, hypocritical or are simply being (over)promoted based on some uncontrollable physical attribute (usually by the BBC). They are viewed in exactly the same way as the likes of Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May, David Attenborough, Greta Thunberg, John Berclow, Anna Soubry (who is she? Editor) and so on.


      • BRISSLES says:

        Yes, I do have a problem with Stormzy, – who is he ?? Whats his first name ? We are constantly told that we have a greater ageing population than a younger generation. By that definition I suspect that the oldies haven’t a bloody clue (and care even less) who Stormzy is – so perhaps not as popular as the media tell us. And I don’t have much time for those cannot enunciate their “t h’s” and pronounce ‘f’ instead. As in “I fort it was fursday so I frew the fings away!


        • Lefty Wright says:



          • BRISSLES says:

            I didn’t think much to him either !!! he was always a mainstay on Sunday radio, along with 2 way family favourites and Round the Horn, but that ‘wakey wakey’ nearly had Mum throw the wireless through the window !!!


  23. digg says:

    Looks like Ross Clark of the Sun has got the BBC sussed too!

    HOW very BBC that it should respond to charges of bias against the Conservatives by inviting Labour MP Andy McDonald on to the Today programme on Monday and egging him on to say the BBC was biased against Jeremy Corbyn….

    Look at us, the corporation is trying to say, we’re being attacked from both sides, so we must have got our balance just right.


  24. s.trubble says:

    In this season of goodwill it is surely only decent to put the bBC out of its misery.

    Through its own choice it has devalued itself to (in bond terms) to junk bond status.

    The fact they are ferrying these 3rd rate presenters back and forward to Salford in taxis ……..TAXIS….beggars belief ….

    They deserve a severe pruning………..the L/Tax decriminalized
    and a total clear-out of the executive bodies who commanded that
    REMAIN agenda throughout the many channels of its putrid organ.

    Merry Christmas


  25. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – Christmas Edition

    I listened to the whole programme this morning from 6a.m. to 9a.m..

    Bluebottle type-voice-thoughts: “Eeeeuugghhh! I cannot remember any of it, I cannot. Heeeee heeeeeee!”

    I do recall there may have been some virtue signalling and cash-bucket rattling in front of the taxpayer.

    I found myself wondering if professional footballers paid obscene amounts of money to kick a football around, often while not doing it very well, would like to return to the days when fans could stand closer to the touchline and shout good old-fashioned polite abuse instead of making so-called ‘monkey noises’ from a seat.

    Then there was the notable absence of two Senior Editors from the Senior Editors Mastermind. Hopefully the Politics and Economics Editors will turn up to work a bit more often in 2020 to justify their salaries.

    Apart from that, you haven’t missed much if you didn’t listen.

    I will not be listening to the Guest Edited TOADIES after Christmas because a few years ago, I found I just couldn’t stand them. I will therefore not be posting about them on here. (The Charles Moore one is slightly tempting because he, at least, he’s been a proper Editor.)

    Normal service, all being well, will be resumed in the New Year.


    • StewGreen says:

      There is no evidence for Rudiger getting monkey chants
      apart from his claim, and ONE Tottenhamguy on facebook/twitter JohnHall1985 who is adamant he heard one two or three people do it, but said he was not sure anyone on the pitch could here it.


      • Up2snuff says:

        Stew, to be fair, the BBC did report the results of the Tottenham Hotspur FC investigation into the incident.

        Agree with you about hearing it, correctly or at all, on the pitch. Suppose it was different sections of fans with slight delay between exclamations of “Oh” or “Oooh” as a shot is saved or a crunching tackle made? One player’s ‘delayed reaction’ becomes another player’s ‘monkey chants’. The players ought to be concentrating on their team-mates’ calls and the Ref’s whistle, not the crowd.

        That said, I recall what Graham Hill said about the amazing things he could hear and smell when blatting down the Pits Straight at Silverstone, or wherever, at 150 to 180 m.p.h..


        • maxincony says:


          Suppose it was different sections of fans with slight delay between exclamations of ‘Oh’ or ‘Oooh’ as a shot is saved or a crunching tackle made? One player’s ‘delayed reaction’ becomes another player’s ‘monkey chants’.

          I’m sure your a lovely bloke an-all, but this is possibly the stupidest thing I have read in my entire life.


          Merry Christmas.


      • maxincony says:


        *There is no evidence for Rudiger getting monkey chants
        apart from the following evidence…

        Great work Stew, really top class. Merry Christmas.


        • StewGreen says:

          Yes Maxi, you might say that you saw a ghost
          … but there is no EVIDENCE for the ghost.

          Your brain is a kind of film maker, so your “ghost” may have been created inside your head.
          Similarly a second person can convince themselves they saw the same ghost, but that still wouldn’t be evidence
          … like a video photograph would be EVIDENCE.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Happy Christmas – it’s so good to be BBC free . I remember when people had genuine affection for ‘Aunty’ but when the far left propaganda department took over it was lost .

      The viewing figures will be showing that too . But whilst they are demanding money with menaces their viewing numbers don’t matter .


      • Up2snuff says:

        I will enjoy it this year, Fed, as I’ve had a few days of abstinence this year and in two or three previous post-Christmas R4 TOADY periods and they have proved peaceful.

        I’ll leave it to some tougher folk on here to tell me what I’ve missed and to spot the bias.


  26. Doobster78 says:

    Brilliant .


  27. digg says:

    Some folk getting alarmed that Russia is testing an “Internal” internet so that Russians will only get material from Russian sources.

    Seems these folk are worrying that this might enable State controlled content and propaganda to block out unwanted criticism and news from the rest of the World.

    Maybe that was why Corbyn wanted to make the UK internet “free’ and probably therefore state-controlled…… by his cronies of course!


    • G says:

      “….this might enable State controlled content and propaganda to block out unwanted criticism and news from the rest of the World.”
      Only a matter of time before the concept hits the UK. Next step in that direction? – The Online Harms Bill.


  28. The WestWyvern says:

    Merry Christmas one and all on this great forum, a beacon of normality in a sea of lefty media and political faeces.

    Many thanks Fed for the admin and general site upkeep here. Much appreciated.

    I’m just listening to 9 carols from Kings, I’m sure the Beeb, obsessed as they are with racism, homosexuality, Islam, climate change etc etc… must hate this traditional showing of English/British/Christian virtue and tradition. Long may it continue.

    Unlike the Al Beeb.


  29. StewGreen says:

    Our local paper actual headline
    Sainsbury’s recall egg bites – because they contain egg
    The bites have been recalled because they ‘contain egg and mustard which are not mentioned on the label’

    This could pose a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to eggs or mustard.


  30. G says:

    A G Barr, referring to the evil Soros.


  31. pugnazious says:

    LOL…..BBC automating some of its data driven stories…but there are problems…er…as they see it…..

    ‘Mr McKenzie said one limitation of the system was that it could not add analysis to articles.
    “None of the stories have any quotations in, none of them have any analysis of what happened or what the significance is. It is purely a written version of what has happened based on the data. So that’s quite a big downside in terms of quality of journalism.”‘

    ‘Purely a written version of what has happened.’….if only all BBC journalism were like that this site would be unnecessary….it’s in the analysis and context that most of the bias resides so subject to the journalists’ own personal opinions and views as they are…though naturally the numbers can be made to tell a lie as well….‘Rubbish in, Rubbish out’….if the algorithms are designed to lean a certain way you’re still going to get bias. Still, at least that would be easier to reprogramme and correct than ‘checking the thinking’ of the liberal bots we have now dominating the airwaves at the BBC.


    • Guest Who says:

      The higher market rate end might like to ponder this as they knock back the nth Gluwein…. robots don’t sod off for a month at least every school hols leaving the work exp. drones to foul up enough to suck Fran or Tony back from a ‘conference’ a long way away somewhere sunny to ‘handle’ a crisis.

      Merry crimble one and all. The first meal of the party season is on me, and I have a filet and three 1′ thick ribeyes to lightly warn over under the grill. A wee dram may also be involved.


  32. Jack in the Green says:

    I think that the BBC is living proof that when you think something couldn’t get any worse it duly does. The only positive is that comments made on this site appear to me to be becoming increasingly mainstream.
    Compliments of the season to you all and thankyou for all of your comments.


  33. Luckyharry69 says:

    Can I just say Happy Christmas to you all…the great contributions on this site and sometimes laugh out loud posts…thank you all.

    Fed/Stew keep it up

    God Bless You and this great country of ours…God Save The Queen


  34. pugnazious says:

    Merry Christmas to all on this site….and of course a happy Brexit new year!

    It didn’t look good for a while but the Red Menace has been crushed, the Gina ‘I’m doing this in the interest of democracy’ Miller bandits have been stopped in their tracks and Lord Hall’s referendum result driven indigestion problem must be going into overdrive now with not only a huge Tory majority but Brexit looming large….so all’s well that ends well.

    Of course it did not always look that way as the Remainers fought the inconvenient democratic upset…..

    In 2016 predicting a dire Xmas…

    And nothing had changed even a couple of weeks go…

    And last Christmas the BBC’s Home Duty Editor tweeted this…

    This is what she tweeted this year…………


  35. Invicta 1066 says:

    Over on the Guardian, the new black female bishop of Dover, has claimed the Brexit debates and antagonism contributed to the murder of Jo Cox the Labour MP and that the C of E is institutionally racist.
    There several links about Jo Cox and negative reports about Brexit.
    Surely this woman should sever all links with an institutionally racist church and look round for another one to join and rise up through the ranks. Any suggestions?
    The last Christmas service at my local church that I attended had little about Christmas, and was more a personal left wing rant by the female cleric against so called right wing nazis.
    I haven’t been back since. Little wonder the C of E is in decline, although I believe the ideas of the New Testament have much to commend them


    • Dover Sentry says:

      As a fully trained, dedicated and able Dover Sentry, I shall instruct this new ‘Bishop of Dover’ mentioned above, that she is not only wrong but also no longer welcome in these parts.

      I will then resume my ceaseless vigil upon the cliff tops of Dover.

      I and my fellow Sentries wish you all well, both now and in the future.


    • maxincony says:

      Invicta 1066,

      *I haven’t been back since. It was much better in the old days…*.

      Merry Christmas.



    • fakenewswatcher says:

      Invicta- I believe the entire Bible has much to commend it; never make the mistake of confusing the “church” with the message and power of the Scriptures! They may coincide, they may not.
      The “church” is really no more than a body of believers. There is no need for a denomination of any kind. There is also no need for man-made structures, for bishops and archbishops and popes etc. The minute they become a formal, paid hierarchy, they have already wandered away from the Word. You then get what you have described above, including a lot of confusion. The ‘bishop’ of Dover certainly sounds confused; her message is political (more man-made structures).
      If you will prayerfully seek after after the Word, you will find -in fact- that you require non of the trappings we like to think constitute a “church”. It may seem difficult, at first, to get used to this idea. But already, I see Maxicony has provided an interesting photograph we should ponder. It is not impossible that this photograph leads one to entirely the WRONG conclusion: atheism or even agnosticism. But know this: the politicians in the church have a lot in common with the politicians in politics. A nice salary, for starters. Deceptive messages. I could go on.
      The Old Testament may appear ever so out of Fashion, but it is worth exploring the concept of Types and Shadows, and you may understand its relationship with the New..


  36. Loobyloo says:

    Wishing everyone on this wonderful site, especially those who run it, a very happy Christmas and New Year.
    No BBC bias to report except that they are concentrating on their favourite subjects..
    Interesting clip from Tucker Carlson though


    • Dover Sentry says:

      Thanks for posting the vid.

      Great quote there, ‘Impeachment is a fools errand being pushed by fools’.


  37. Roland Deschain says:

    A very merry Christmas to all, including Maxi.

    May Santa be good to you.


    • Dover Sentry says:

      Indeed, without Farage leading the charge, none of all this would have been possible.

      Ladies and Gentlemen, charge your glasses and raise a toast.

      To Lord Farage!


      • Oaknash says:

        And of course Comrade Cobb – without who, none of this would have been possible.

        In fact God Bless us every one!
        Happy Christmas all!


  38. Demon says:

    Merry Christmas to all and hopes for a great Brexit 2020.


  39. Invicta 1066 says:

    May I be the first on this excellent and informative site to wish you all a very happy Easter!


  40. Charlie Farley says:

    It’s a wonderful site, many thanks to all who run it , glad I found this beacon of light in this dark year of almost doom if Corbyn had got in . We must all stay alert to constant crap coming out of the BBC .
    Merry Christmas To One And All


  41. Invicta 1066 says:

    This morning on R4X I listened to The Goon Show, Round the Horn and Dead Ringers. All wonderfully and genuinely funny.
    Have just finished watching Not Going out and lastly the 20 year old classic Christmas Vicar of Dibley.
    My wife and I laughed all the way through, so clever. Apart from Dead Ringers all from a different era.
    The current BBC executive should be made to listen and watch programmes from yesterday and see how great the BBC used to be.


  42. Loobyloo says:

    Young people – just in case you don’t know how to be woke, the BBC has kindly supplied a guide! Just when they think not many are reading the website Al Beeb do their best to break up families..

    ‘Why it’s OK I’m not seeing my family this Christmas’

    And yeah, not much better to do on Xmas eve!


    • StewGreen says:

      The author is @TheaDeGallier senior journalist at @bbcthree
      ????️‍???? send me stories about housing inequality, homelessness, social issues and gen Z.

      ..Yeh rainbow flag and right-on issues only ..hardly impartial.


  43. JimS says:

    I live in hope that one day the BBC will wipe its entire stock of the dire The Vicar of Dibley but alas it still forms part of Graham Norton’s exciting Christmas package.

    However that is a useful reminder that its writer, Richard Curtis, came up with the concept so as to normalise the idea of female clergy in the public’s mind. The BBC does nothing without a reason.

    The Vicar of Dibley should have been an awful warning, while men become priests through a sense of duty women do it because they are stark staring bonkers, as demonstrated by all the real female priests that the BBC has inflicted on us over the years.

    Of course that too has been done for a reason. While it is part of the Agenda to push us into an all female world it is also just as important to convince us that Christianity is for the insane.


  44. Halifax says:

    Happy Christmas my fellow contributors. I would like to think people like us in someway contributed to the massive (and it was) hammering of the Labour party and indeed the defeat of the Marksest threat to the UK. But our job is only half done the journey to salvation is yet to be completed we therefore must keep up the pressure, even if it’s only mentioning BBC Bias to our friends neighbours and colleagues. I have noted a marked increase in people noting the biased agenda and the complete PC narrative that accompanys ALL output from the BBC. So the great British people are waking to the Bias of the BBC and questioning the compulsory funding to a regime that gives them little or no content for them to consume. So keep up the good work and onwards to the abolishion of the compulsory telly tax !! And once that’s done our next move is advertisers !!
    M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S S Everyone.


  45. Oaknash says:

    Yes totally agree – The tide may well be starting to turn, and people are finally starting to realise that Aunty has been very naughty and really does needs to be punished – even the PM has noticed , in fact pretty much everyone except Aunty herself, who has locked herself in the toilet with a bottle of scotch and a bottle of paracetamol and is refusing to come out unless we are “nicer” to her, shouting – you will miss me when I’ve gone! – Nah we wont!
    Without sites like this immoral, disreputable, incontinent old flea bag would have continued getting away with her lies so especially well done Fe2 and the rest of you who run this site so patiently and for so long and have given the rest of us an outlet for our frustration.

    Happy Christmas everyone.


  46. Scroblene says:

    And here I was, sitting with a mug of Yorkshire Gold, and nobody to talk to – Mrs O’Blene being asleep upstairs, and me and the dog down here!

    Looby, Jim, Halifax and Oak, we could all have had some sort of chat line going, like, why are we up so early, or, depending where you are in the world, what tincture is at your elbow?

    I really have enjoyed reading all our stuff this morning, the Daily Mail article is a gem, and while I usually get a free copy via Waitrose, it’s online today…

    This is indeed a great Christmas, which really started on December 13th, so all you good people sit back and enjoy the day!

    Best wishes to you all from an excited Scrobs!


    • Oaknash says:

      Early walk for the woffah scrobs down a Cornish lane, in fact just seen a wonderful shooting star, how Chrismasy is that? As for tincture -pg tips until later!
      Have lovely Christmas and certainly not a “Winterfest”
      toodlly pip for now


  47. xplod says:

    Good Morning, all you early risers! Merry Christmas from an occasional poster/permanent lurker. Somewhat immobile with a busted knee (don’t ask), so the family descending on us later. Been a long time since I’ve been so hopeful about our future, nice to be able to have a relaxed time over the festivities. Mine’s a Yorkshire tea, till the sun’s over the yardarm! Best wishes to all posters on here, always an entertaining and informative read, so thanks for that! Cheers!


  48. Foscari says:

    Boris Johnson should go down on his hands and knees and
    thank NIGEL FARAGE for winning the general election
    for him.My favourite moment of the election results
    broadcast was when Andrew Marr let it slip how
    he felt when the Blythe Valley result came up. Of
    course he could always go back to selling Trotskyist
    newspapers outside Kings Cross station in London if he
    left the BBC , please God.


  49. StewGreen says:

    I see Maxi’s priority on Christmas Eve night was to come here and spread Christmas cheer sneer

    As usual it was misrepresentation & ad homs instead of proper argument.


    • Dystopian says:

      Cut n paste brings nothing to the debate. Doesn’t engage and defend his/her/it’s lame “arguments”. Time to ban the troll?
      After all, the left love to deplatform. Maybe the best medicine is a bit of their own.


  50. Guest Who says:

    So what happens when the BBC puts the ‘no mates’ team on holiday cover.



    One student was banned from wearing the festive outfit due to school’s “business suit” dress code.


    Does the BBC have a gimp suit code, and if obeyed, or flouted, would anyone notice?