Start the Week 4 January 2021

Monday sees the start of delivery of the Oxford Vaccine . The BBC could provide a service by pressuring the government to get millions of people vaccinated now . Will it ? Or will undermine any National Effort with tales of ‘reactions ‘ and ‘refusals?’ . This will be make or break for the government . Let’s see how it goes as we all get locked down again .

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447 Responses to Start the Week 4 January 2021

  1. Darcy3 says:

    The current bbc shower of racist, partisan, morally corrupt sh@ts should hang their heads in shame, they have ruined a once respected institution and made it a national laughing stock.

    If they are not defunded maybe the DG should be subject to a national election every 5 years but they would even fiddle that.

    They have no shame whatsoever, no moral compass, so should be subject to a national vote and a real wake up call as to what THE COUNTRY thinks of the semi literate, semi educated, self absorbed prats outside of their metro bubble.

    Put Farage up for DG, I estimate at least half of them would have an apoplectic fit, which tells you all you need to know about them.

    And their appreciation of free speech that is not in accord with their twisted views and opinions.


    • vlad says:

      I agree with every word, except they DO have a moral compass: it points due Left.


  2. digg says:

    I read that the hopeful incoming shower of cheating shits to the White House have proposed changing all official White House documents to remove references to “He” and “She”.

    So the USA administration is about to become a looney bin and a laughing stock of the World.

    If I was Putin I would be planning an invasion force right now before they get the chance to spread this warped vileness across the Globe!


    • Emmanuel Goldstein says:


      I wonder how long before they change the name of ‘The White House’


      • digg says:

        Yes Emmanuel, they might but they could probably run the whole show from a fried chicken stall in Harlem.


  3. JimS says:

    Just logged out from my bank website and the ‘safely logged out page’ has a warning ‘Help stop the scammers’.

    This is illustrated by a happy black couple loaded down with parcels. Isn’t it racist to suggest that black people scam our accounts then go on a spending spree?

    Silly bankers!


  4. dafydd says:

    BBC Presenter putting a Labour politician under pressure, cant be right..I need to lay off the glue


  5. Fedup2 says:

    Dafydd – congratulations – that’s got to be the best post this year – on 12th night too …. I laughed out loud again . Ms Dodd is definitely a case of sending a girl to do a woman’s’ job – I saw her eviscerated by Brillo early in her role and actually felt sorry for her for as long as half a second .

    It shows that Starmer likes to surround himself with idiots to prevent challenges ….

    …. that BBC droid will be doing the 4am slot pretty soon …..

    Richi must quake at the prospect of standing across the despatch bloc from that idiot .


    • dafydd says:


      Labour politicians can waffle and pontificate as much as they want, but under a little bit of pressure they are soon found wanting….

      Glad i cheered you up..Happy New Year


  6. JohnC says:

    Goodness me:
    Reading stabbings: Man motivated by ‘religious jihad’
    Just look at the lengths the BBC are going to in order to avoid any mention of the religion of peace in the story.
    In the article and all the associated article they link to, the word Muslim is never used and the word Islam is present just once in the final article and even then just describing that the Islamic State flag was on a web page he visited.
    I’m still perplexed why they are protecting these people so much.
    This is the link to their coverage of the New Zealand mosque shooting. See how they examine the motivations and aims of the murderer in great detail. Something absolutely absent from any reports of these Muslim attacks.
    And don’t forget how Obama always said ‘ISIL’ and never referred to the religion directly – so he didn’t upset other Muslims.


    • Tabs says:

      Just watched my local BBC regional News talking about this news. No mention of Islam or the fact he was a Muslim. The only single time they mentioned ‘Muslim’ was to describe a ‘hero’ member of the public, “a Muslim man gave chase with the Police”.

      Always the same, Islam is only mentioned when they are a victim or hero but never mentioned when they are a criminal.


  7. Fedup2 says:

    John – they don’t want to ‘upset’ wahabis further up the BBC foodchain – also – the internalised group think tip toes round inconvenient truths – this ‘local man ‘ story will be in regional news by 6pm …. the case continues ….

    As an aside – if you really want depression look at the sheer number of stabbings reported in the London evening standard featuring a disproportionate number of coloured killers and victims …..


    • JohnC says:

      Well, we all know what happens when an infidel casts any criticism at the religion of people of a certain faith.
      They get very nasty very quickly. And if it crosses one of their lines, you deserve death. And I imagine the typical BBC manager has sleepless nights about any of them calling him a racist on twitter. Career over.
      Spineless, weak hypocrites.


  8. StewGreen says:

    I can’t get over how the whole class is being punished by headmaster Boris .
    cos some cricketer boys have occasionally sent the ball through some windows
    ..and his reaction is to close the whole school down

    Leaving out all the cricketer boys, the football boys , all the girls, …and all the kids with no arms or legs who couldn’t have thrown the balls.

    ie Boris has locked up 2.6 million people who have immunity cos they’ve already had Covid
    He’s so mad he’s actually paying some of them to stop at home.
    Also we know that say 5-30% of the population might well have natural immunity.
    making it millions at home who can never spread Covid anyway.


    • StewGreen says:

      Where is all this Covid ? it all seems to be inside the care system.
      I reckon only 5-25 people walking the streets of a town have it.

      I met the third person I know who had it in November.
      She said “My mum got it from the care home where she works my house got it me and my dad. It was nothing except my dad felt it harder on his lungs cos his lungs are weaker from him being a publican for 30 years”
      she doubted they’d spread it out of the house, cos they knew pretty quickly and hadn’t been outside before except the mother for work.
      Then at Christmas the gran came to their house cos apart from her everyone was immune.

      I met a fourth person who reckons they had the exact symptoms in November 2019, again working with the Chinese here.

      Then last week met someone in town who told me some 45 year old she knows had died with it, but she was overweight and with pre-existing as well. And he’d caught it at the respite home where she works.

      Now last week at 7am I went into a sandwich shop
      whilst I put my mask on outside I noticed the builder lads picking up their sandwiches, none wore masks.
      and 1 minute after they’d left the Covid Marshalls came in and were very chilled.

      It does seem to me that that there is very little Covid on the streets here.
      Assuming no false positives the official tally is 0.2% here vs a national average of 0.4%
      Those tallies only include people picked up in testing
      but there is quite a lot of random testing these days NHS workers, hospital visitors, students etc. So although there will be some asymptomatics there won’t be that many say 0.1%
      Making 0.3% infected

      but of those 0.3% most will be in the care system or one step away. with only occasion times when it makes it further say from an NHS worker’s house to a school.
      0.3% is 30 in 10,000
      I reckon that it could be just be 1 to 5 that make that 2 steps outside the care system to the street
      That’s 5 to 25 in a town of 50,000
      And all those people will still be taking care not to be in contact with the vulnerable.
      So I reckon granny doesn’t get it from , she gets it from the care system.


  9. Thoughtful says:

    URL says it all, save that this was the seeming respectable Radio 3 !


    • digg says:

      The comments from his lawyer show how the Professional West-End crowd view and protect each other…

      “‘In general terms my client supplied to those who he trusted and had a degree of emotional if not physical intimacy, and it was very much taken in the confines of his home.

      He added: ‘I do present this defendant as someone who is exceptional in his generosity of spirit. In his abandonment of profit and winning friends and bringing them into his home for their special benefit.

      His benevolence and his accepted skill in managing to source drugs wholesale and hold those sex parties for the pleasure of his friends, means the pleasure is the profit.

      If the pleasure is the profit your honour may now distinguish this from those who want gold watches and fancy cars.”

      Sort of trying desperately to distance him from the usual suspects in the drug-supply and kinky sex business!

      I wonder how many beeb-ites were on his “party” list?


  10. Darcy3 says:

    REgarding a previous comment I made about the cause(s) of our latest lockdown:

    Outrage after students in Leeds and Sheffield film themselves at packed university raves as they now face months of online lessons after England was plunged into a third full lockdown

    Video in Leeds was recorded on snapchat late last night and was shared online
    Footage shows dozens of students crammed into small dark room as music plays

    A group of university students held a huge party at their halls of residence last night just hours after England was plunged into a third national lockdown.

    A video of the rave was recorded on snapchat late last night with the caption reading ‘Boris said what?’ and ‘What was that Boris ahahah?’


    • StewGreen says:

      I presume that most of those students had just tested negative
      cos that is what happened in Hull
      They had quick tests as they arrived
      One of thefirst was positive, but the rest were negative.


  11. BRISSLES says:

    Well, you know what they say………… ‘ we get the children we deserve’, and students of today will be the ruling class of tomorrow. Glad I wont be around.


  12. Fedup2 says:

    I think clever kids who want to learn will learn – the lazy and the thick ones have a ready excuse to be ‘victims ‘ for the rest of their lives .


  13. tomo says:

    Boris Johnson announces that, with schools closed, the BBC “is coming forward with a big programme of education for 3 hours a day”

    Roger Harrabin and his “Great Green Reset” crew are no doubt drooling near uncontrollably ……. and have arranged for Princess Nut-Nuts to cut the ribbon on the first episode.

    Worth a re-post I feel:



    • Fedup2 says:


      1 early Marxism
      2 collective thought
      3 group thinking for beginners
      4 international socialism
      5 how to claim benefits
      6 how to blame others
      7 how to be a victim your whole life
      8 why you can never fail
      9 Labour Party application form
      10 – sing the ‘internationale’.

      Tomorrow – best knives for gangwarfare


  14. Foscari says:

    I honestly believe that BIG BROTHER at the head of Diversity
    at the BBC wants to push the faces of the indigenous
    population of the UK into the dirt , when it comes to
    pictures of schoolchildren and students on their internet


  15. Guest Who says:

    Is it possible Pesto and his clone colleagues of the gotcha media class are unaware how deep a hole they have dug themselves?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Guest Who – I think they are so up themselves and out of touch – which Peston admitted over brexit – that they have no clue what question the public want asked . …

      In the briefing nut nuts husband said they are doing daily briefings from next Monday complete with vaccination numbers – yeah right …


  16. Fedup2 says:

    Bbc news at 6 – interviews a vaccinator bloke in Winchester – seemed happy as Larry for the vaccinator centre to be working for 6 days a week .
    I think that’s how the last war should have been fought – tell the krauts and japs we don’t fight on Sundays – I despair …and I assume the centres are open 0700 to 2300…. right ?

    Later on the 6pm news – a new campaign ‘free use of mobile data ‘… for kids studying at home ….is the Wi-fi busy with Netflix – another one for st Marcus …?


  17. The WestWyvern says:

    If heard correctly on the wireless, Chris Whitless stated ‘this virus, like the flu, isn’t going away’

    Did any of the scum media ask him why then we never had lockdowns for the flu?

    As part of his address, did the outgoing PM announce border closures and travel restrictions to overseas visitors?


  18. Guest Who says:

    Marianna finds fence. Sits on it.

    Amol MIA?


  19. digg says:

    The BBC are making a grab for the kiddies…

    BBC delivers biggest Education offer in its history – including devoting significant airtime to Education on BBC Two
    The BBC is to deliver the biggest education offer in its history across more of its platforms. It will bring together BBC Two, CBBC, BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and online to deliver a new education offer to children, teachers and parents as a third national lockdown begins.

    Boost their flagging young audience figures and fully engage in indoctrination in one go…

    Double Whammy,,, Whats not to like?


    • pugnazious says:

      Yep….kind of toe curling to hear Boris keep praising the BBC for being so good as to provide the material when as you say it’s pure propaganda….designed to get the kids on-board the BBC bus for life so that the BBC will always be looked upon as their ‘friend’ and to train them in the BBC worldview. It’s grooming.


      • taffman says:

        Interesting. It would be good to know what Conservative supporters and voters think about that?
        De criminalise ? Promises, promises , promises.


  20. Guest Who says:

    Friends in… places.

    Peter has a regular column in the Basra Bugle.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      “From Monday January 11th, CBBC channel will feature three-hours of primary school shows to ensure that all kids can watch programming if they don’t have the internet.”

      Well, at least they’re being honest about their intentions to program our kids.

      Will the BBC be waiving the licence fee for those households with children entitled to free school dinners?


  21. Guest Who says:

    Sources close to the bbc say.


    • StewGreen says:

      There’s a thread
      Later she apologises for seeming rude
      And someone else points out Neil Ferguson has often been proved wrong.


      • JimS says:

        Good journalism is talking to people that you disagree with, telling them they are wrong, then apologising that it is time for the next item?


    • Fedup2 says:

      I think Robinson could win awards with a dissertation on bad journalism – he has taken it to greater and greater heights causing worn out ‘off switches ‘ all over the UK…


  22. StewGreen says:

    Local BBC news opens with #FakeNewe
    “A critical incident at Lincoln County Hospital
    .. here are all the ambulances queuing up”

    Really let me check on Twitter
    “The critical is now over.” the hospital had tweeted 2 hours ago

    BBC went on about something else
    Then eventually back to s reporter live in the carpark
    where she finally confirmed what Twitter already knew.


  23. digg says:

    The BBC inform us that takeaway food is still OK but takeaway drink is not.

    So thousands of Kebeb shops, Indian restaurants, Chinese takeaways etc. can trade pretty normally along with KFC, McD and etc. where food and wrapping are touched by hand continuously yet struggling back-street pubs cannot even hand a bottle of ale over the off-license counter…

    Plus supermarkets can still offload French and Italian wine to their hearts content but publicans who have nothing else to sell but beer can’t.

    So could a publican sell a packet of peanuts for £4 and give away a free bottle of beer?

    This is completely targeted and nonsense rule-making and I smell pandering to Muslim influence all over it!


    • Fedup2 says:

      Yes you can still get the mouse and rat droppings but nothing to wash them down with …


  24. Philip_2 says:

    Ofcom on the Offensive , by Ann Farmer. “The UK’s broadcasting regulator Ofcom … now defines hate speech as ‘all forms of expression which spread, incite, promote or justify hatred based on intolerance on the grounds of disability, ethnicity, social origin, sex, gender, gender reassignment, nationality, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, colour, genetic features, language, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth or age.’” Read more here

    And rather stupidly I though the BBC would (somehow) be regulated by OFCOM and when it appears the reverse is becoming the norm. The fall of our institutions which are supposed to protect the public us from harmfull totallitarian ideas which were only 15 years ago, the preserve of Marxist loonies in Hampstead or The Liberal queer fantasists in Plumstead have taken over public order with the closure of everything ‘they hate’..

    You could normally ignore them and vote BREXIt or Conservative but even that is not enough to stem the tide which (if we are to believe OFCOM) will be the new normal of resignation, that to oppose anything considered left of Tony Blair is a ‘hate crime’ punishable akin to practicing an Abortion in a Garage. And yet not (a so called Doctor) charged on grounds that is now ‘acceptable’ practice, to store child body parts in a lock up garage. Nothing to see here (BBC).

    But even that is now ‘acceptable’ in this New World Order of consensual (imposed) crisis, identity travel cards (coming), year round flue epidemic (jabs twice yearly), travel restrictions (new passports), on-spot fines for describing the BBC as despicable rich ‘toffs’ with no morals, Islam as bloody fools, and Blacks as violent racists (against their brothers and sisters).

    Meanwhile Biden leads the way, proclaiming the US military can now cross dress and lay claim to morality:
    ‘Biden to Resume Transgender Access to Military Service. Joe Biden has promised to return to the policy of the Obama administration that allowed men and women to serve in the military as their preferred gender identity…

    The future is not bright. It is the end of the world (as we know it and what the last war was fought for), Followed by a cartoon version made by Disney abolishing (black) history, (racial) geography, (applied)physics (regarding Climate CO2), the impossible is being made. Ad we are all going to pay for it to worship this new Lord of the Dance. We shall be all serfs, uneducated, incapable of children and given the minimum wage as a ‘bonus’ if we don’t think ‘seriously’ about the new ‘Disney’ style reality.

    The new BBC left-wing agenda vector; is using (education starved) children to attack the morality of their parents. The new pundits can then choose the sex of the children to ‘educate’. Inform how ‘horrid’ their parents are for having children and their views of family. That has to be removed. It will be a hate crime within two years if we follow this agenda to absurdity.

    And we are now all living in an absurd virtual reality.


    • JimS says:

      Thank goodness we are still able to fling battery acid and practise witchcraft without censure from the BBC!


      • Fedup2 says:

        But what is ‘hatred ‘? Is it now something you disagree with or despite ? What is the threshold for something to become “hate ?’.
        Once human emotions are legislated against – we are in trouble …


  25. StewGreen says:

    Are you ready for Obama ?
    Every Tuesday 8pm for next 4 weeks


  26. digg says:

    Two things we learned this week.

    1. The BBC, Guardian and Independent were in a competition to see who could run the most stories insulting Boris.

    2. The Conservative approval rating in polls showed them to be surging upwards.

    Keep it up boys, cheats and liars never prosper!


    • pugnazious says:

      Talkradio too high profile to do this to…trouble is how many others with a lower profile get quietly silenced? Always odd how the BBC just doesn’t show any interest in the many, many stories of Google, Facebook and Twitter closing down conservative voices…this the BBC that was absolutely appalled and outraged that Trump dared to criticise the media that was hounding him….he was undermining the freedom of the press and democracy[when of course it was the media, BBC included, trying to depose Trump and overturn the election which was undermining democracy]…but no such shocked commentary about Talkradio…the BBC quite happy just to suggest it was spreading ‘misinformation’ and daring to have made ‘controversial’ choices of speakers and discussions around the pandemic and lockdowns. ‘

      Shocking eh? A news organisation discussing and exploring issues around the pandemic and lockdowns rather than just being a pro-lockdown mouthpiece for the government like the BBC.


      • StewGreen says:

        It’s a familiarYoutube pattern
        lefties don’t like righty site, they put in complaints.
        The Youtube algorithm takes the site down
        The righty is intimidated or kicks off .. the ban stays
        Or the righty gets up a protest and the site gets put back.

        For Youtube’s system to allow the takedown of a Ofcom regulated site is outrageous.
        It would be like me buying the electric grid and denying the BBC a connection.


        • Garry Lavin says:

          Not really. YouTube is a private company and an free entertainment service you are not forced to use….it’s not a public utility.


          • taffman says:

            Garry Lavin
            Then it might be a good idea to Boycott it ?
            Does anyone know what BitChute is about ?


          • Fedup2 says:

            Garry – I’m with you on that – the problem is that it performs like a utility for many but has no accountability . I can take it or leave it as I never pay for it and never will ….


            • StewGreen says:

              You can be a UTILITY serving ALL the legal public and letting them be accountable to the law
              OR you can be a PUBLISHER taking responsibility for what you allow to be published

              you can’t be both,
              I can’t see how Youtube can really devote the resources to police output, so it can’t be a publisher like the BBC is.

              Before the re-connection notice Talk Radio said this
              “YouTube is making decisions about which opinions the public are allowed to hear,
              even when they are sourced to responsible and regulated new providers,”
              “This sets a dangerous precedent
              and is censorship of free speech and legitimate national debate.”


            • StewGreen says:

              Pay for it
              You Do pay for it , in the form of data snippets it collects on you
              as well as your eyes on adverts.


  27. pugnazious says:

    Last week the BBC continued its anti-Sweden campaign….we were told Sweden is in dire straits…far worse than anywhere else…thus proving the people who wanted to follow the Swedish model wrong…they were, the BBC said, ‘misinformed’ and ‘misguided’…..always curious how the BBC never wants to mention Japan which barely had a lockdown and had a shambolic test and trace system and yet has had well under 4,000 deaths.

    Sweden today? 32 deaths. UK 830. Even adjusting for population size the Swedes are doing way, way better than us.

    And oh yes…Germany…528 deaths…odd how Sweden, doing OK, is the BBC target but oh so brilliant Germany’s massive fall from grace barely gets a mention….Germany which locked down at the same time as us rememember…so when they say we should have locked down earlier….and that is completely unproveable isn’t it..and yet the BBC state it as fact…if we’d locked down earlier we wouldn’t be in lockdown now. Total nonsense of course, just BBC fake news.

    Study after study show the severity of lockdown has little effect on the number of cases and deaths.


  28. taffman says:

    Talk Radio reinstated on YouTube.


  29. Thoughtful says:

    Worth a read regarding what is happening:

    Click to access bidermans_chart_of_coercion.pdf


  30. StewGreen says:

    TalkRadio to be reinstated on YouTube of course
    I am just looking at the tweets of lefties who were gloating earlier
    saying YouTube have the right to make their own decisions


    • StewGreen says:

      The same @WHO that changed the definition of what herd immunity is?
      Which apparently now can only be done through vaccination
      … same WHO that changed the definition of what a pandemic was just before declaring one in 2009,
      which was not a pandemic, yea we must not question WHO


  31. StewGreen says:

    GMB ..another union guy


  32. Dover Sentry says:

    How to save the BBC.

    a) How about a 20 minute News section at 6 pm and 9 pm with no political commentary.

    b) For the rest of the evening, sensible documentaries and amusing comedies.

    c) No day time television.

    d) Close Down at eleven followed by the national anthem.

    Why has this never been tried before? Wait a minute….


    • Bulldog says:

      Dover Sentry,
      Has to be circa 1956, even the test card was required viewing in those days. Where did it all go wrong? I blame TW3 – That Was The Week That Was from the early ’60’s – other suggestions are welcome


      • JimS says:

        Panel shows hosted by Gilbert Harding, Lady Barnett wearing a tiara …
        … Nish Kumar and Frankie Boyle goading on slobs in trainers.

        Continuity announcers in evening suits…
        … yobs with glottal stops and attitude innit.

        Adverts with people that looked like us.


      • Dover Sentry says:

        Where did it go wrong? Good question. Perhaps 1960’s/70’s anti-establishment? This has now led to another establishment that is just the same.

        Meet the new boss, as someone once sang.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Dover – I did snigger …thinking about it – perhaps one of the reasons it went so wrong is because it spread itself so thinly – does it need so many stations ?

      You can imagine that the mark of management success is to roll out a new station – then you get a DG type big job – and maybe a gong …. so than land up with more broadcast time than they’ve got decent programmes for – leading to dumbed down repeats – with added woke ….


  33. Guest Who says:

    Lewis and Shyhan like this.


  34. Guest Who says:


  35. Fedup2 says:

    Having been out at Mass – the Epiphany of the Lord – I missed the starmer presidential broadcast . So I’ve just seen it on you tube – it’s not been taken down yet …

    Anyway – mr starmer mentioned ‘round the clock vaccination ‘…something princess Nut Nuts ‘ husband didn’t mention . Starmer gets my vote ….

    I mentioned earlier today that I’d written to my Tory MP urging him to pressure the government to put vaccine delivery on a real war footing …..

    …. and I got a reply …. but it was all about ‘concern for the booster jab ‘ – which I care less about – get the first one done in huge numbers right now –
    The reply made me even more pessimistic that this is going to be screwed up … in which case the tories are toast …. not one to be forgotten in 3 years time

    As an aside – Scotland has banned public worship but England is open ….. both the priests in my parish have caught COVID – the second one is in isolation now after being diagnose at Christmas . They have been visiting care homes and the rest and really been on the ‘front line ‘ dealing with death .today the bishop suggested that masses return to the ‘online version ‘. …

    … the hygiene regime has voluntarily strengthened today – we were all at least 4m apart …..


    • Fedup2 says:

      It’s funny that neither princess nut nuts husband – or starmer – has managed to get the right pitch over the vaccine .

      I spoke to someone today who has a relative who is a highly qualified vet – in fact she trains other vets . She volunteered to be a vaccinator . Guess what ? Refused ,

      How many vets are there in the country ? Put them on the vaccination program to ‘support the NHS ‘… but it seems puter sez ‘no’ …..sounds like the medical mafia playing turf wars ,,,


      • Thoughtful says:

        There are dentists too, but apparantly if they haven’t had the leftist political indoctrination known as ‘diversity’ then they cannot administer the vaccine.

        As a vaccine sceptic myself I can see the logic of the elderly and the vulnerable receiving it, but not the 99.95% of people which the covid isn’t going to massively affect.

        News out of Israel of all places about a covid passport today is extremely disturbing. Get a passport post vaccine get your life back, fail to do so and priviliges are witheld. Many more people than average are vaccine sceptics in Israel and would refuse. Governments using these tacits is extremely sinister, watch ours follow this path in time.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Thoughtful – funny that – I’ve got a dental job on Wednesday – private – and will ask if they’ve been approached to do a bit of pro Bono vaccination – although I know that dentists are motivated by cash even more than doctors are …. what do you reckon £50 a jab ?

          Wiki says – 12000 dentists – 29000 vets ….


  36. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “Covid: Sir Keir Starmer calls for ’round the clock’ vaccinations”

    If Farage had suggested this, the BBC would have responded by saying how should you expect those over 80 to report at 3 in the morning for vaccination?


  37. Fedup2 says:

    Round the clock BBC Bias – and a new thread …


  38. StewGreen says:

    Audio : Dec 31st Steve Bannon warned that Youtube takes down stations like TalkRadio

    Andre reveals that YouTube had issued TR warnings before.