350 Responses to Midweek Thread 2 September 2020

  1. StewGreen says:

    BBC Children In Need …. Staff In Greed
    127 Staff £6.5 m that’s £51,200 each on average full cost
    Boss Paid £130,000+ – Why???
    Pays 12 people over £60,000 – double last year!
    Belfield vid


  2. Fedup2 says:

    For what its worth DG Tim Davie gave a speech to BBC droids today and said

    “Importantly, it is not simply about left or right. It is about being free from political bias. This is more about whether people feel we see the world from their point of view. Our research shows that too many perceive us to be shaped by a particular perspective.”

    What he wants BBC staff to do is cover up the bias better – because – you might notice – they dont even pretend any more .
    Any threat to the group think is eliminated – see andrew Neill


    • Doublethinker says:

      Exactly. Davie will make some cosmetic high profile changes in the next few weeks and months to try and head off the anger. Only fools will believe that there is any substance to them. The BBC will try to carry on with its mission to change Britain into a Woke Multiculti paradise. The only good BBC is a dead BBC. Just stop paying for it and it will crumble. We don’t need Boris to help , we just need him to do nothing and let us , the people, put the BBC out of business by refusing to pay for it.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Exactly. Davie will make some cosmetic high profile changes in the next few weeks and months to try and head off the anger. Only fools will believe that there is any substance to them. The BBC will try to carry on with its mission to change Britain into a Woke Multiculti paradise. The only good BBC is a dead BBC. Just stop paying for it and it will crumble. We don’t need Boris to help , we just need him to do nothing and let us , the people, put the BBC out of business by refusing to pay for it.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Exactly. Davie will make some cosmetic high profile changes in the next few weeks and months to try and head off the anger. Only fools will believe that there is any substance to them. The BBC will try to carry on with its mission to change Britain into a Woke Multiculti paradise. The only good BBC is a dead BBC. Just stop paying for it and it will crumble. We don’t need Boris to help , we just need him to do nothing and let us , the people, put the BBC out of business by refusing to pay for it.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Exactly. Davie will make some cosmetic high profile changes in the next few weeks and months to try and head off the anger. Only fools will believe that there is any substance to them. The BBC will try to carry on with its mission to change Britain into a Woke Multiculti paradise. The only good BBC is a dead BBC. Just stop paying for it and it will crumble. We don’t need Boris to help , we just need him to do nothing and let us , the people, put the BBC out of business by refusing to pay for it.


  3. taffman says:

    Where did this “man” come from?………………………


  4. StewGreen says:

    “I am (unsurprisingly) increasingly sent abuse from *conspiracy theorists*
    says the BBC’s Disinformation specialist

    Let’s unpack that : SOME members of a community she routinely labels with the PEJORATIVE SMEAR label “*conspiracy theorists*” ..sent pejoratives back at her

    Her post seemed to shout “help I am a victim”
    … and look in the tweet below here’s the Newsround presenter joining in

    Always ask if there is more to this
    She gave an example of someone insulting her
    but FORGOT to mention that 26 hours earlier the guy had put up a video exposing the way she routinely dismisses people in a school bully way by slapping the PEJORATIVE label “CT Conspiracy Theorist” on them
    The vid is humorously titled CT scam


    • StewGreen says:

      Someone points at MS tweets that say QAnon must be stopped cos it could lead to violence in the UK.

      ..when someone replied but BLM has actually led to violence in the UK
      MS blocked her.


  5. Doobster78 says:

    If you want a laugh at the BBC Bias … read this “fact checking” article !!!

    Dear oh dear ….. not quite “fact” as Springfield has a independent mayor !!! Everything else Trump said is bang on . BBC Fact check my aristotle !!

    Should be BBC “Nit pick” anything Trump has to say.



  6. Tabs says:

    I put in a complaint about the total lack of coverage of the London Anti-Lockdown protests. Of course I am wrong and the BBC are right like usual.

    My complaint:

    Total lack of any coverage of 10,000 people in the anti-lockdown protest in London on 30th August. Your omission of certain news is worse than fake news. Your are worse than North Korean news.

    Your normal excuse for this kind of thing is “not enough space to report it” but on the same day you reported the Berlin protests. The London one is more important to report. 

    Their reply just 2 days later:

    Many marches and protests take place in cities around the UK and unfortunately BBC News is unable to cover all protests that take place. Stories are chosen due to their editorial merit, for instance, if it’s breaking news or an update to a recent news story.

    Our coverage over the weekend looked at the demonstration in Berlin, but also pointed to similar, smaller protests in Paris and London too:

    ‘Photographers in the UK have captured hundreds of people gathering in Trafalgar Square to demonstrate against the UK government’s coronavirus measures. Demonstrators were seen holding up banners reading “Covid hoax” and “no mandatory vaccines” as they packed the square…’

    There is often a debate in the Newsroom over what to cover, but ultimately we accept that not everybody will be happy with the decisions that we make. We’re sorry you felt we could do better on this occasion. Your comments have been added to our daily report, which is circulated around the news teams.

    Why do I bother?


    • Zelazek says:

      Thanks Tabs for complaining to the BBC about that. I was angry enough about their non-coverage to contemplate doing the same but I didn’t bother in the end because I knew I would get a response like yours.
      I heard from somewhere (was it on this site?) that a BBC journalist revealed that they had been instructed by their bosses NOT to cover the London protest.
      The excuse that these weasels give about there being too many protests to cover doesn’t make sense. On my local news the BBC journalists are only too willing to cover any and every sparsely-attended mickey mouse protest – to justify their existence, I suppose. Anyway, we are talking about a national protest that filled Trafalgar Square. This should have been covered. Especially since they covered a similar gathering in Berlin.
      The idiots don’t seem to realise that this refusal to cover an important news story provides opponents of the BBC with a perfect piece of evidence in their argument why the licence fee should be abolished.


    • StewGreen says:

      @Tabs what did you expect ?
      Complaining is mostly a waste of time
      … cos most people like you are ranting
      .. just giving an OPINION

      What you have to do is look at the Editorial guidelines and bullet point which ones they have broken
      You’ll still get fobbed off first, but you’ll be able to keep persisting until you get a proper reply.

      Better still don’t wait until afterwards
      organisers should contact journos BEFORE the prog and give them the PR to cutNpaste.

      If you ever see some error in a prog tweet the producer/presenter straight away
      They might well do a correction before the end of the show.


  7. StewGreen says:

    BREAKING: Extinction Rebellion protest blocking NHS ambulance.

    Thread full of videos


  8. StewGreen says:


  9. StewGreen says:

    Strictly backlash


  10. Roland Deschain says:

    The replies to this, and the fact it has been ratioed give me a little hope that perhaps a corner is being turned.


  11. StewGreen says:

    7:30pm ITV another infomercial plugging electric cars


    • Eddy Booth says:

      I’d consider buying a petrol engined mobile phone / tablet , I’m tired of nervously watching the power bars when I’m out.


  12. StewGreen says:

    ITV local news
    #1 2008 unexplained shooting of a white guy
    #2 “In another one of our series commemorating 100 days since George Floyd we talk to the sister of the black soldier who died 22 years ago in a Hull police station”
    The item quoted Labour front group HnH


    • StewGreen says:

      #3 Cricketer Rafiq thought of ending his life during his time at Yorkshire due to racism: former England U-19 captain Azeem Rafiq

      FFS Yorkshire made him their 20/20 captain

      In an interview with ESPN Cricinfo, the 29-year-old said he felt he was made to feel like an “outsider” as a Muslim.

      #6 Item plugging the electric car show tonight.


  13. Fedup2 says:

    From the Telegraph

    The new BBC director-general Tim Davie has warned his employees about campaigning on social media, as he tackles the perceived left-wing bias in the BBC, a bug bear of its critics.

    “Trust in our impartiality is not a nice-to-have; it is the very essence of who we are,” he stressed during a speech to staff. “It is the bedrock of why people come to us.”

    The BBC is by far the most trusted source of news, not just in the UK but in the US, he said, and in an era of fake news this trust was more important than ever.

    “But, while we do many things right, I do hear questions about whether due impartiality is deliverable, even desirable, in these more polarised, divergent times,” he said.

    “We urgently need to champion and recommit to impartiality. It is deliverable and it is essential.”

    He warned journalists against being “driven by our personal agendas” and urged for staff to work “free from political bias”, whatever their own views.

    He warned them: “If you want to be an opinionated columnist or a partisan campaigner on social media then that is a valid choice, but you should not be working at the BBC.”

    He suggested staff needed to find “new voices from across the nation” and implored them “to spend much more time outside the BBC listening to those who pay for us”.

    New guidance on impartiality will be published including new rules on use of social media, “which will be rigorously enforced” and restrictions on journalists making money on the back of public appearances with a “clearer direction on the declaration of external interests”.

    Mr Davie went on to say that the broadcaster “must create a simpler, leaner organisation” with further cuts to jobs and output expected………….

    From Fedup – I was going to try and cut and paste the rest but it’s just lies and nothing will change with the BBC until it is not guaranteed cash from the taxpayer …. they’ve all got fireproof jobs


    • Guest Who says:

      Ah, ‘trust‘. Good word. Best used a lot.


      • john in cheshire says:

        After too much use superlatives become clichés. The racist far-left bbc hive drones love superlatives. They think it makes them sound erudite and educated and intelligent and above the hoi polloi.


    • Guest Who says:

      What Timmeh! really needs to do is send an all staff memo saying ‘ don’t write anything stoopid’.

      These have proven so effective before.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      I used to think the Beeb didn’t do comedy, but I must admit that made me laugh.


  14. Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

    Does anyone know how to download all the comments from a BBC webpage in which they have opened up a “Have Your Say”? I use internet explorer and i can’t get the page to load after about 300 comments. Also using FireFox I have problems.

    The following are the comments in response to the BBC DG saying he thinks it is best to keep the BBC licence:


    • StewGreen says:

      There are also comments under their tweet

      I’m logged in, yet it gives a “you must be logged in” error
      that must actually be an overload error.


    • StewGreen says:

      Current top comments



    • StewGreen says:

      @Caliphate the easiest way to read the comments is on ihysdb
      cos it it does a page at a time
      and you can click the button to show removed posts



      • StewGreen says:

        Clicking the Removed comments shows the mods are being malicious

        eg banned comments
        “And the change to Strictly this year is a perfect example of where the is going wrong.
        My wife has watched it religiously since day one but won’t watch this year.”

        “To be fair I’m surprised he’s allowed to be the boss of the bbc,
        he’s a white bloke!”

        \\[top rated comment just disappeared.
        “33. BBC. You are totally unaware that you operate in an echo chamber.
        You all think the same.
        You’re all liberal graduates.
        Your diversity policy doesn’t include anyone outside your left wing bubble.
        I have some news for you, you currently represent the “few“. //


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

          Thanks this is very helpful.

          Ps I will have to explore iHYSdb and see if it does the same with the newsround children’s comments which the BBC also heavily moderate (remove comments)


  15. Guest Who says:

    Popcorn time.


  16. Eddy Booth says:

    As summer ends, UK must square up to Covid again

    BBC loves the man made summer start / end times .
    I wonder if an ‘Indian summer’ is still in usage.
    And after telling us Covid isn’t a flu for the past six months, now they’re wanting us to believe it is, to fit the winters coming fear narrative?


  17. StewGreen says:

    10pm Channel5 95 prog on Racism


  18. StewGreen says:

    7pm BBC1 advert
    ” Trust BBC Paedo-player to babysit your children”

    mixed race family of course


  19. vlad says:

    While the timorous Beeb tiptoe around the latest Charlie Hebdo developments, David Wood shouts them from the rooftops.

    Charlie are actually republishing the cartoons that triggered the terrorist slaughter of so many back in 2015.

    I wonder if the fearless beeb, champions of free speech, will follow suit?


  20. Kaiser says:

    careful now


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

      This link needs flagging up and maybe reposting. A wheelchair bound Englishman was arrested in his own home by the police and taken to a police station. They were going to put him in a jail but they couldn’t get him in there with his wheelchair.

      He was arrested because someone phoned the police and reported that he was heard saying “sooty” down in the pub and this was believed to be a race hate crime.

      It turned out he was referring to the show sooty and sweep among friends and someone from across where they were seated thought he was referring to a black man. The black man never heard it and didn’t report it – it was some other guy. The person who called it in called the wheelchair bound man a racist spastic c*nt. But that wasn’t considered to be a hate crime.

      This is what the English police are now wasting there time on and it is all enshrined under hate speech law passed through Parliament.


      • StewGreen says:

        @Caliphate I’d be a bit careful
        There is no reason to take extraoerdinary claims at face value
        He says he was arrested, but not where and when
        It is the kind of thing a paedo might say as a cover.
        However he does sound 100% kosher
        but you’d expect there to me more evidence.


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

          We know – or at least I have seen, the BBC create headlines out of mere activists statements. So and so says: “science is racist”, “star wars is racist”, “Dawn Buttler driving a car gets stopped by racist police” … The BBC are forever quoting sources they know to be campaigners, activists, biased.

          The person here is not a campaigner or an activist, he is just an ordinary citizen complaining on a radio station. So in my opinion it is fair and acceptable to quote what he had to say because we can link it to a source (Alex Belfield phone in).


      • G says:

        I doesn’t stop there. Surreptitiously, the Offensive Weapons Act 2019 was ushered into force. No? Never heard of it? You wouldn’t. The only time you will hear about it is when you allow a cop entry to your property, (“Could we come in Sir, we need to talk to you about a matter requiring some privacy”). Then, you have given them licence to search your home if they so wish. Just imagine a spontaneous search (which was planned in you gave them entry) if they found the old German WW2 bayonet you were willed by your father. Now, thanks to the OWA 2019 now gives the right to charge for illegal possession EVEN ON PRIVATE / DOMESTIC PROPERTY. Previously only, “in a public place”. Now even in your home.
        Welcome to the liberal UK where the system cannot find a stash of AK45’s kept in basement of a place of worship but they’ll find that historic momento in your home. Which one will be charged…….


  21. Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

    Oh yea, i forgot to mention that the BBC declares Yorkshire racist – it went straight to the BBC news homepage.

    BBC Headline: “Former Spinner Rafiq Claims institutional racism at Yorkshire

    The BBC are a complete joke at the taxpayers expense. Over the past several months the BBC have declared more or less everything in Britain and America racist.


  22. Guest Who says:

    This is Pede Primo’s little salary sink isn’t it?

    Certainly garnered the public’s faves there.


    • Guest Who says:


    • Guest Who says:


      • Fedup2 says:

        Guest – as anyone with BT sport will be aware – the same cast of characters the BBC used for footy turn up on BT . So why not just sack them from the BBC and leave them to be paid by BT shareholders ?

        The BBC must be desperate for coloured folk to completely run football stuff so there is a golden opportunity .

        Personally I think the big showdown with the new DG regime will be ‘super talent ‘ like maitlisssss twittering or smirking her way through an ‘interview’ with a red Tory .


  23. taffman says:

    “France ‘as committed as UK’ to stop Channel crossings, MPs told”
    I am afraid this new “the Home Office’s clandestine Channel threat commander” is a damp squib . Are they telling us that both the Royal Navy and the French Navy cant stop the invasion ?
    The traffic is one way, from France to England. Britain is one of the most overpopulated countries in Europe and our feeble Tory government is allowing more to be stuffed in. Where else in the world would criminals be placed in 4 Star hotels ?
    I find it very odd that the government have a ‘Clandestine Commander’ when we have the entire Royal Marines at hand awaiting orders ? Very odd indeed . Mr O’Mahoney would be better placed running the St John’s Ambulance.
    Looks like Boris is going to get the sack . Parliament is a stage and its full of overpaid actors .


    • Doobster78 says:

      Massive mandate from the British electorate to sort this sh*t out and he does nothing , absolutely nothing !!!!

      Priti Patel, where is she ????

      To be honest, I really thought Boris and Priti were the sort who wouldn’t cave in to the lefties and really stick it up em ……..so disappointed !!!!!!

      80 seat majority, wasted …completely wasted !!!!!!!


      • taffman says:

        I have the uneasy feeling that Boris is after the job as The President of the European Council?
        Someone please tell me I am wrong .


  24. Fedup2 says:

    I’ve put up a new thread to mark the ‘new broom ‘ that is the DG of the BBC – I know it will soon be a ‘general ‘ place to comment but I think he needs a clear marker of his new ‘strategy ‘ of concealing the Far Left Bias .

    Who’s for the chop first ?

    Lady Brooke
    Ms Brand


    • Doobster78 says:

      I’ve put up a new thread to mark the ‘new broom ‘ that is the DG of the BBC – I know it will soon be a ‘general ‘ place to comment


      Deep breaths Fed ….Deep breaths !!!!! Lol


      • taffman says:

        Here is my prediction – all of the ‘top’ Al Beeb employees will pick up super golden redundancy payments and move to a private company known as Al Beeb Studious . Nice one Tim.
        “How’s about that then” ?


  25. Thoughtful says:

    Just a reminder of how the media behaved, and they’re worse now than they were then !


    • taffman says:

      “He who laughs last laughs the best”

      Bets are ……….
      Biden: 5/6. Trump: Evens.


    • Fedup2 says:

      11 minutes of men with expensive suits and women with expensive dresses and hair do s getting it all wrote .

      I wonder

      How many resigned
      How many were fired
      How many suffered professional disgrace

      I bet I know the answer .

      Also – I wonder if there is a ‘post election ‘ compilation showing people like the air head clooney / hanks – eating their humble pie?

      Also – is there an equivalent compilation for brexit / the last election ….

      One of the many MSM problems is it can forget very quickly and infer such things never happened ……


  26. The Mouse says:

    BBC News – “Batman filming paused after Robert Pattinson ‘tests positive for coronavirus’ “.

    I would have thought he would be immune ?


    • Eddy Booth says:

      No-one is immune from false positives!
      I watch UFC mixed martial arts and they regularly cancel fights, sometimes the same fighter twice.
      Maybe trump was right the more you test..


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Not the BBC – but the Telegraph – which I pay £4 a month for but will stop as soon as I can because of articles like this one I am about to describe .

    Do you remember The Fixed Term Parliament Act which showed how thick politicians are last year ?

    Well – in the Tory manifesto there was a commitment to end it -and prevent the spectacle of a disgraceful Speaker and the SNP sneering at the government and preventing democracy .

    But now – the Chief Political correspondent of the telegraph – on Christopher Hope is pouring water on withdrawal of that act by saying ‘a committee of the House of Lords ‘ says it will ‘bring the Queen into court ‘ .

    The article doesn’t name the lords committee – now quote any single peer – and is as bad piece of journalism from a serious paper as I’ve seen .

    So now I’m off to the mail to see who is flaunting their Gym honed ‘flat tummy’ whilst on a beach in Florida / Gambia / clacton . ….


  28. taffman says:

    “Tony Abbott: Ministers defend ex-Australian PM over Brexit trade role”
    The PC Brigade and Rejoiners are trying to scupper Britain getting good trade deals.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      I’m obviously not following closely enough , how an earth has an Australian got the job?
      Why wasn’t Farage offered it.
      Having said that , that Canadian did a brilliant job???? as governor of Bank of England.


  29. Doobster78 says:

    Another day, another race bait from the BBC !!!

    BLM shone a spotlight the BBC say ….. they really are a BLM propaganda outfit !!!


  30. SkeptikEye says:

    The choice of Nicola Adams as Strictly Come Dancing competitor is a brilliant stroke of genius on the part of the BBC. Ms Adams being female, black and gay manages to tick so many boxes. And if one were to object about the same sex dance partner? Well one could be called racist, homophobic and a misogynist, If one were white and male the BBC could throw into the mix, patriarchal white supremacist and perhaps with a bit of creative thinking they could get climate change denier in there as well because the BBC so love to pin labels on people. By ‘accident’ your personal details could be exposed which would then allow the enraged ‘twitterati mob’ to ‘dox’ you and complete your destruction. Job done!


    • BRISSLES says:

      I’ve read that there’s already a backlash from viewers who plan to not watch it – apparently same sex dance is a stretch too far for its mainly middle aged plus audience. Personally I would also say that having seen the list of ‘celebrities’ taking part, its a pretty dire bunch that you wouldn’t know if they walked naked into your local Co-op !

      This programme is long past its glory days, when mainstream celebrities would clamber to be a part of it, but its clearly the Beeb are struggling to find anyone of note who want to do it. So we’re past the Z list, and now we’re onto the minus Z list that includes reality and social media people.


      • Banania says:

        In the coop, naked or not, celebrities would be obediently masked; and it is by their faces they are usually recognized.


  31. theisland says:

    “You recently signed the petition “Take action to stop illegal immigration and rapidly remove illegal immigrants”:

    “MPs discussed channel crossings in small boats on Wednesday 2 September, in response to an Urgent Question submitted by Nick Thomas-Symonds (Labour). Home Office minister Chris Philp responded for the Government.”

    Read the transcript in Hansard:

    Summary of the ‘discussion’ in the HOC:
    Government – “We’re working on it”
    Labour et al. – “Whine, whine, whine … human rights etc.”


  32. taffman says:

    “Climate change: Call to ban new roads as part of challenge”
    Better still, how about a call to ban the Welsh Assembly .
    Its a total waste of money on a talking shop.


    • Up2snuff says:

      taffman, the PM missed a golden opportunity back in March to pull the whole UK back together and close the subsidiary talking shops in Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast. There would have been howls of protest, especially from Holyrood, but they could have been put in a box labelled ‘National (and nationwide) Emergency’.

      The temporary closure then could, in the clear light of economic necessity, become rather more permanent in time.


    • Bogtrotter says:

      taffman, ’twas ever thus: two hundred years on, and the Luddites are still breaking up the weaving machines. I particularly liked this quote:

      ‘Neil Lewis, manager of social enterprise Carmarthenshire Energy, which helps develop community energy projects, agreed with the report’s recommendations and said the threat posed by climate change “keeps me up at night”‘.

      The very definition of a bedwetter.


  33. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – we are out of time

    It is amazing that in a three hour News & Current Affairs programme, the BBC’s Editor, day Editors, Producers, assistant Producers, Presenters, journalists and support staff cannot arrange the time better. In just the first hour of the TOADY Prog this a.m. the presenters had to ‘hurry’ contributors as they were ‘running short of time’. You would think that all those people responsible for the on-air content could organise it a bit better, wouldn’t you?

    Maybe the new D-G, Tim Davie, could call some of them in ‘to inspect the new carpet’ in the D-G’s office – or – ‘to inspect the carpet’ in the new D-G’s office.


    • Guest Who says:

      ROOT* cause.

      *”Really Obvious Objective Trameled”


    • Fedup2 says:

      One of the many reasons as to i gave up on Toady

      The rigid timing – so that something important it treated the same as trivia

      The ‘ now the weather’ and trailer bit

      Technical difficultues with someone the BBC doesnt like

      Someone on about america – who is always a former obama employee without balance

      We asked for a minister to come on to be given a kicking in 3 minutes but no one was available

      A member of BBC royalty simpson humpreys lenny henry – hrh attenborough or hrh dimbly plc being given unrestricted 6 minutes to do a lefty slagging off – followed by sopel

      Women labour MP bitching about something which should be on wimmins hour

      Important issue put on at 0857

      They run their programme as lefty entertainment not as a news programme – and try to make it exciting by doing the above


  34. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2 – BBC making the most of the opportunity

    What goes around comes around, at least until 31 December 2020. After that, who knows? Probably not our chaotic PM who has taken his eye off the June 30th ball, the July 31st ball and the August 31st ball.

    If Bojo is as determined to exercise, lose weight and get fit, as one newspaper front page and the BBC Toady Prog tell me, then he really ought to be hitting these balls past Barnier & Co at the EU and telling UK Plc “It’s a No Deal, WTO departure from the EU on 1 Jaunuary 2021, folks – get ready for it.”

    Without that firm lead from the PM, the Remainer BBC will do all they can to talk up the chaos and create a new ‘Fear for the Day’ every day.


  35. Guest Who says:

    In honour of the hall monitors, back two days…


    Incitement? Wot incitement?

    Luckily, the media is there… ‘holding to account’…. apparently.


    Luckily WaPo is some fringe loon outlet, not MS… oh.

    Anyway, it’s not like the globally-trusted BBC would push such a narrat… oh.

    Or do the same he… oh.

    It’s like not accepting results is quite the thing, and making sure whoever wins is hampered for years until the ‘correct’ result is generated by those with access to the studios and broadcast transmitters.

    Typed ‘Extinction Rebellion’ into the BBC search and this is what came up… first:


    Let’s try ‘Black Lives Matter’…


    Get ’em young.

    Frankly paying the state broadcaster to foment and promote chaos for ideological reasons seems perverse.