379 Responses to Weekend Thread 12th February 2021

  1. The WestWyvern says:

    Quick glance at the BBC sport webshite, cricket headline ‘India punish England’

    The score at time of typing is India 250 for 5 on day one.

    Hardly punishing. If you understand the game you will know.

    Now if it gets to 650 for 5 on the 3rd day, that could be described as punishing.

    The BBC once again emphasise anything negative they can and make it clear they are so so desperate to see England fail at anything.


    • Foscari says:

      Wyvern- For some reason I missed your similar comment. But at least there is somebody else that sees this BRITISH broadcasting
      corporation for what it is. If you look up the word oxymoron in
      the dictionary. It uses the example of ” Deafening Silence ”
      BRITISH broadcasting corporation could just as easily be used.
      There is NOTHING British about the BBC in it’s presentation.


    • touchjudge says:

      This mornings Breakfast sports news, rugby section, was only about Scotland v Wales. Didn’t mention England were playing Italy.


  2. Foscari says:

    Please tell me if you think that I am paranoid. BUT I
    cant understand why the BRITISH broadcasting corporation
    cannot be at least neutral when it comes to posting pictures
    on the website of the India- England test matches.
    Does BIG BROTHER from the diversity department have to
    control this as well?


  3. StewGreen says:

    Victoria Australia back in lock down
    Why ?
    The “deadly UK-strain”
    (5 days, but people fear it will be extended)


    • The WestWyvern says:

      This was ‘news’ yesterday.

      BBC World Service ran a piece about the spectators leaving the Aussie Open Tennis as the ban came into effect.

      Anyhow if it’s racist to call it the China virus, why is ok to refer a mutation as the UK strain?


  4. StewGreen says:

    oh comments have collapsed ?


  5. digg says:

    Things look a bit odd on this site this, morning, folk don’t seem to have much to say. All posts are blank at my end!


  6. Jeff says:

    Ah, I’ve just noticed the side-bar and I’m relieved to discover that I’m not the only one looking at a blank message board.

    Some sort of glitch? Far left shenanigans?

    Or has Gary Lineker paid for an online hitman?


  7. Rufus McDufus says:

    Sorry ladies and gents – working on it now.


  8. StewGreen says:

    Fooc : Seville, Oliver Smith “its first new mosque since the 13th century.
    It’s a bold new initiative that has involved an ex-Premiership Mali footballer, a former male model convert and an internet crowdfunding campaign, as reports.”


    • StewGreen says:

      11:30am R4 FooC : other notes
      Israel, Tom Bateman looked for the negatives
      – ‘poor Palestinians’
      – ‘ooh the fall in Covid is slowing, ooh 90% need to be vaccinated
      .. ooh won’t be good enough to win election’

      – “Chris Paige looks back on Ireland’s evolution since it became a republic into a firmly European nation.”
      – “ooh look at the shiney EU roads, betty than sh*ty Northern Ireland”
      – ‘Ireland prospered so much the first time it separated from UK’

      Jeremy Bowen on Thirty years ago in Iraq
      an American air strike destroyed an air raid shelter in Baghdad, killing hundreds.
      The previous August, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had invaded and occupied Kuwait, triggering a huge international response.
      ‘Saint Biden will restore the Iran agreement’

      India – Geetanjali Krishna conserving pangolins
      The Festival of pangolin protection.


  9. Rufus McDufus says:

    Comments back hopefully. There’s a problem with some embedded images which I’ll try and fix a bit later.

    [edit] – images should be OK now.


  10. Sluff says:

    Meanwhile in the parallel universe that is the public sector……l

    The BBC are reporting with their customary glee that, under pressure from the unions, the government is scrapping a £95,000 limit on civil service redundancy pay.

    The unions are complaining that the limit can affect people earning as little as £25,000 a year.

    Do the Maths. That must mean civil servants can get a redundancy payout of FOUR YEARS of annual salary.

    There are at least two issues here. One is the stupefying largesse with which the public sector looks after its own, paid for by the rest of us. The other is that faced with such astronomic bills, the threat of redundancy and, by extension, re-organisation or restructuring is minimal, so we get an unadaptable unchanging civil service, unfit for purpose and comprising many with no real jobs and irrelevant skills.

    No wonder the country is in a mess.

    PS The maximum statutory redundancy pay is around £16,000. Typical in the private sector.


    • Beltane says:

      ‘…so we get an unadaptable unchanging civil service, unfit for purpose and comprising many with no real jobs and irrelevant skills.’

      Sounds like a perfect description of the EU. Has the one been working towards a mirror image of the other? Successfully too, Polly must be proud.


      • The WestWyvern says:

        The problem lies with the outgoing PM Doris and the usless cowardly incompetent tories.

        When he came to power, Doris could have lined up the mandarins one by one, invited them in and read them the riot act. If they and their minions refused to play ball, then they were shown the door. One strike and you are out type approach.

        But no he chose to do nothing, and spent most of his time pandering to them after the issue with the Minister for strongly worded statements when she apparently bullied someone.

        Tony Blair as is well known, politicised the uncivil serpents back in the late 1990s. Doris had the chance to start digging ditches that would have drained the swamp, but ultimately and as befits a creature with no back bone, he’s just slithered in to the water with them.


        • Beltane says:

          Not forgetting Treesa, WW, whose comprehensive political naivety persuaded her to be surrounded with ‘servants’ like Olly Robbins who worked tirelessly to ensure the EU could run rings round her.
          She thought her ‘powerful woman’ image would dominate negotiations, instead she sat in empty corridors at 2am, waiting for Juncker and Barnier to finish their brandy and cigars.
          Memories of Sarkozy ignoring the outstretched hand of Cameron – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and second largest contributor to their cartel – and then waiting for the group-shot photographer, standing ignominiously at one end of the back row, were lost to her. Sad woman.


    • Nibor says:

      Yeah it`s great . They can destroy an industrial or trade part of the economy , then get gold as others lose their jobs .


  11. Guest Who says:

    In which BBC Newsnight, noted for the reliability of its selected quotees [cough] BIJ’s nutter [cough] Gets soundbite gold from the Editor of…. The Lancet!


    • richard D says:

      Ah, the Lancet – I can remember when this political activist rag was a reliable medical science journal.

      Gone the way of so many things in this ever-woke media morass that purports (just like the BBC) to report ‘the truth’.


      • Guest Who says:

        The BBC knows who can be relied upon to say what the BBC likes being said. Then quotes them saying it as if it was anything other than propaganda.


  12. Tabs says:

    A quick glace at the BBC News channel with a cup of tea…

    1. A report on Myanmar had a short video clip of a trans protestor holding a LGBT umbrella.
    2. Trump impeachment trial showed Congress doing a standing ovation for the black policeman who was seen running away up the stairs.

    A quick glace at the BBC News website…
    1. A photo of a mixed race couple with the caption “Must see: Zendaya & Washington in the film that’s got everyone talking ★★☆☆☆”

    The last one with 2 out of 5 stars sums up the BBC. “Must see” means “not any good but ticks all the boxes”.


  13. Guest Who says:


    Usually they just stick anything in ‘quotes’ and claim FOI exemptions.


    • StewGreen says:

      Replacement tweet quotes
      “This trial is about… silencing and banning the speech the majority does not agree with”

      Donald Trump’s defence lawyer Michael van der Veen says impeachment is an attempt at “constitutional cancel culture”

      I can’t find a screenshot of the deleted tweet
      It’s probably on Facebook


  14. Guest Who says:

    Beauty and the BS have discovered death threats.

    Maybe Marianna can check just how many months ago the phenomenon started?


  15. LastChanceSaloon says:

    Breitbart London
    Worse than ever.
    Every headline story today is about racism and discrimination.
    Against indigenous white people!
    Usually facilitated by members of the parasitic sector!

    Usually not reported by AlBeeb!


    • StewGreen says:

      – Netherlands Stops International Adoptions After ‘Stolen Children’ Scandal Exposed

      – EU Commissioner: Fewer Than One Third of Bogus Asylum Seekers Go Back Voluntarily

      – Man Sentenced for Blackmailing Minors for Sex in Paris Suburbs
      (Same as the Norfolk guy Labourer : David Nicholas Wilson )

      – ‘Totally Unacceptable’ – Illegal Migrants Getting Vaccines Before At-Risk Brits at 4-Star Hotel

      – Prosecutor Demands €5,000 Fine Against Marine Le Pen over Photos Exposing ISIS Crimes

      – Spain : Gender Law to Allow Trans People Into Women’s Spaces, Under-16s to Access ‘Treatment’ over Parents’ Objections

      – More Than Five Million EU Migrants Have Applied to Stay in UK

      – Khan’s London:
      No Prison for Woman Who Shoved ‘White B*tch’ Into Path of Bus
      The ‘Pimlico Pusher’, who shoved a “white b*tch” in her sixties into the path of a moving bus, has been allowed to walk out of court free.

      – Rees-Mogg Rips ‘Red Khan’ for BLM-Inspired ‘Diversity Commission’ on Memorials

      – Algerian on Trial After Keeping Son’s Corpse for 18 Months in Paris Apartment

      – Bomb Plot: 14 Suspected Islamist Terrorists Arrested in Denmark, Germany

      – Soros-Funded NGO Demands Punishment for Hungary Migrant ‘Pushbacks’

      – Police Investigate ‘Bomb’ Detonation at Greek Newspaper Offices That Followed Far-Left Vandalism
      – Greek Far-Left Anarchists Storm News Agency To Support Terrorist Killer

      – The MP for Rotherham has revealed that she knows rape gang survivors who are now 70, suggesting abuses date back far longer than suspected.

      – Former Belgian Pro-Sharia Islam Party Candidate Sentenced over Death Threats

      BTW There is a site that tries to record major racists crimes against whites
      obviously misses most UK ones
      #AWW: documenting and compiling data on violence, hate, discrimination and bigotry directed at #ethnicEuropeans


      • LastChanceSaloon says:

        Thanks SG, I am too enraged, by the treason all around us, to delineate the crimes of the Beeboids.
        Thanks also to all genuine contributors to BBBC.
        Thanks also to our heroic ancestors, whose self sacrificial example we shall follow.


  16. JimS says:

    Jeremy Bowen being quoted over at ITBBCB?

    “I wondered what might have happened to an Iraqi news team if Saddam’s men had somehow managed to kill 400 civilians in London or New York. I thought they’d be strung up”.

    He knows perfectly well what would have happened:
    1) Candles would have been lit
    2) Khan and Boris would have urged us not to be rude to Muslims as, clearly, the attach had nothing to do with Islam.
    3) The security forces would have been blamed for not doing enough.
    4) The Muslim Council of Britain would have told us that British foreign policy is at fault.
    5) A year later the BBC would have forgotten all about it but Jeremy Bowen would be interviewing one of the parents of the attackers telling us what a nice devout lad he was.
    6) Facebook and Twitter would censure all comments – This account of events is disputed. It has nothing to do with Islam.


    • Guest Who says:

      ITBB has pulled a No.38 and issued a whole slew of of lovely new complements to here.

      The picture of JezBo is telling, as his bloated physique matches his clearly addled brain.

      How the BBC felt and feels he is an appropriate representative of this country in that region is, actually, astounding, in a Pesto sense, and abhorrent in a Mickey Mouse one.

      Getting quite fed up being spoken for by people who do not represent me in any way, shape, or form.


      • Guest Who says:

        Those that feel they a born to rule appear energised at present.

        Odd how many with connections to a power that is exempted from being held to account.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Guest who
          Poor Jeremy putting the cart before the horse. I would have thought getting an uncorrupted voting system would be the primary requirement .

          The idea that voters would need to be able to read , write and know a bit of ‘civics ‘ is quite an aspiration . Currently the Party system delivers more than a representative number of fools and criminals into Parliament .

          I listen to some of them – mainly Labour – and wonder who the hell voted for that idiot – example – the deputy leader of the Labour Party – who was made a ‘privy counsellor ‘ yesterday – I mean angie raynor -? WTF were they thinking – or actually they weren’t – just red as mum and dad always did .

          In principle I’m with mr paxman but in reality it couldn’t be done .
          It’s a bit like having a lifetime allocation of ‘benefits ‘ once you’ve used them you are on your own – and not living off the efforts of others ….


        • Garry Lavin says:

          During the anti Brexit remainers hate campaign against Brexit voters……I often thought that these people….especially media types…..really thought that they should have two votes!


    • StewGreen says:

      Context Saddam had invaded Kuwait
      The Americans had not just sat back like the French/Germans do
      but rather gone in to defend their ally
      and in the process a bomb shelter with civilians in got blown up.
      Bowen is repeating the “400” claim or the Saddam
      no one is saying it wasn’t a lot of people.


  17. digg says:

    Why do Tories have such a problem with taking the knee? asks Sean O’Grady in the Independent.

    Why do the Tories have a problem with taking a knee?


    Two points:

    One, the headline is clearly designed to accuse everyone in the the Tory Party of being a White Racist Supremacist for obvious hard left-leaning Independent reasons because this is how they work.

    And two I think you will find Sean that the overwhelming majority of British people have problem with taking the knee in fact simply because it’s designed to subjugate and shame so why the hell should they just because someone orders it? it’s called freedom of choice and its under pressure from groups trying to take control over their lives.


    • Guest Who says:

      The whole ‘you did not dance to our tune, therefore…’ is as daft as it is deployed cynically by now overempowered SJWs.

      They tried it with the actress in the USA too.

      How does such a tone play at all, much less well with their narrow groupie set?

      Sean really need reminding that not everyone agrees with all Sean agrees with, so live with it Bubba, and stop trying to get folk fired like the BBC spends its energies doing.


  18. Fedup2 says:

    Radio 4 watch
    A vintage Saturday morning – tony Blair interviewed on Westminster – Blair has thar megalomania still – he wants Blighty to vaccinate the world – then the interviewer read a bit of his autobiography to him .

    The comment was about sars – Blair decided to ignore it – play it down – deny it as a threat – not prepare for the worst .

    Blair being lucky got away with it – but it shows how much to value that scumbags ‘ judgement .

    This was followed by from our own correspondent – which I know has already been commented on . Jeremy Bowen exercised his enormous ego and was pretty disgusting . Bowen talked about the reaction of Iraqis after a dodgy missile strike which killed civilians . I could have told him that he didn’t get strung up because they saw him as ‘one of there own ‘ – which – of course – he is .

    Then to crown it the Muslim planning to build a mosque in the middle of Seville ‘for all to see ‘. I know Seville – they have no fondness for ‘‘moors ‘ aka Muslims – strangely the bbc droid who loves the idea of islamising Spain again didn’t talk about the views of the locals …
    ….but I’d be surprised if it ever gets built …


  19. StewGreen says:

    8pm Red-io4 “we are doing a friendly edition of the Archive programme
    who shall we choose ?”

    Oh look a surprise, they’ve chosen Labour’s Alastair Campbell

    They’ll probably avoid asking him about
    His prior claim that “Brexit madness” will cause Covid vaccine delays.
    + if he was embarrassed to work for the Mirror & Maxwell ?
    + about Dr David Kelly’s death
    + “45 mins from WMD”
    presenter’s thread


    • Guest Who says:

      Next up, Femi, reminiscing about his Brexit period when he was on every sofa going, including a few his manager dragged him off.

      He has been testing out a few new areas to get back in the studios.

      Racism of course, him being a racist fool like Lammy.

      But he seems to be confident TDS will see him restored in front of the cameras.


      • pugnazious says:

        I’m sure GB News will always have a place on the sofa for him…..let’s see if he accepts.


  20. Guest Who says:

    Recall a tour of the Alhambra when a nipper, and pointing out a wonky doorway to the guide.

    “Ah,” said he, “this was a deliberate act by the craftspersons (he may not have used this term), as only Allah is perfect”.

    Of late I have been wondering if Balfour Beatty, Amey, etc have embraced this concept around the shires.


  21. Guest Who says:

    Did the BBC, in all its factchecking forms, pick… or follow up on this?


  22. Guest Who says:

    The BBC doing what the BBC does…. er…


  23. pugnazious says:

    Charles Moore notes the real motivation and endgame of the race war on white people, their culture and history……by the BBC and so many other organisations too afraid to stand up to the race baiters and race ‘terrorists’…


    ‘The question, then, is, why did Churchill College and why did the NCVO and why do bodies such as the National Trust or Historic England or the British Museum give room to those who detest what these organisations do and try to oust the people who run them? [ed…This is national not just in organisations….the setters and immigrants look to destroy the native society and replace it with their own and make whites their ‘slaves’….humiliated, demeaned and forced to atone for being ‘white’]

    Simple fear is part of it. No one wants to be accused of racism, harassment and “microaggressions”. Most realise that, if they are, their colleagues will not dare defend them. It feels easier to give in – though it isn’t. But I think there must be another feeling in the minds of the institutions blowing with this gale. They half-believe that people like Pror Andrews and organisations such as #CharitySoWhite are right – a bit hot-headed, perhaps, but on the right track.

    But it is a mistake – indeed, for the institutions involved, a potentially fatal mistake – to accept all “anti-racists” at their own valuation. What is emerging as this attempted Cultural Revolution spools out is that Martin Luther King’s ideal that people be judged by “the content of their character” not by the colour of their skin has been rejected by organisations such as Black Lives Matter.

    Instead, they have set up doctrines uncommonly like those of apartheid South Africa, except that the racial hierarchy is reversed. Whereas apartheid demeaned blacks people above all, woke “anti-racism” demeans white people. It does this explicitly. The very name #CharitySoWhite is a small example. (You can prove it by imagining how people would rightly abhor an organisation called #CharitySoBlack designed to stop black people running charities.) Whiteness is seen as badness: so it must be extirpated. This is a racist doctrine. It is pretty much as simple as that.

    Within government and officialdom, however, are nervous voices daunted by the task of turning round the oil tanker of nonsense.

    They need urgently to understand that if they accept the essential woke premise that Britain is a racist state, they must accept the implied conclusion – that Britain must be destroyed

    That has always been the BBC’s position….no such thing as ‘Britain’ or ‘Britishness’….no national identity or culture…..a nation of immigrants with no right for anyone to call themselves ‘English’ and thus exclude and marginalise new arrivals. The BBC’s desire to see us subsumed into the EU is part of that…for us to lose our power and influence in the world and of course for mass immigration to destroy that unique Britishness and English identity…that ironically they insist doesn’t exist….and the biggy…to erase ‘whiteness’ so that blacks and other colours can no longer be oppressed. It is a plain and simple attempt at ethnic cleansing….literally to erase whiteness, white people, from Britain and to vilify, demonise and smear British history.

    The BBC is the most dangerous organisation in Britain.


  24. StewGreen says:

    Dr Rakib Ehsan from the Henry Jackson Society
    says “far-Left” activists have “hijacked” movements such as Black Lives Matter and Extinction Rebellion.

    Actually they continually create such movements as Trojan horses for spreading Marxism and overthrowing society


    • pugnazious says:

      Yep….the founders of both organisations are hard-core marxists and quite prepared to use extreme violence to further their aims. The BBC supports and promotes them both.


      • JohnC says:

        The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
        I find it logically inexplicable how they can ignore all the terrible things Blacks/Muslims/BLM/Antifa do. Look at the outrage over Floyd, yet the unarmed womans murder at the Capitol has been completely swept under the carpet. Any decent citizen is worth 100 Floyds.
        For the Left, the ends justify the means. Their real pupose is ideological : they will oppose the Right whatever it takes. They view them as inferior. It’s massive, massive hypocrisy – but while people like the BBC and the MSM are part of the problem, they will get away with it.
        But of course history is littered with such people. Hitler, Pol Pot, Stalin and many others. They were all prepared to do whatever it took to win.


        • StewGreen says:

          That’s the Saul Alinsky playbook the Marxists use.


          • JohnC says:

            Never heard of him. A quick check with Google enlightened me.
            ‘The greatest enemy of individual freedom is the individual himself.’
            ‘Tactics mean doing what you can with what you have.’
            ‘If people don’t think they have the power to solve their problems, they won’t even think about how to solve them.’
            ‘In the beginning the organizer’s first job is to create the issues or problems.’


    • tomo says:

      It seems likely that both BLM and XR are stuffed with undercovers – one has to wonder if they are treading on each other’s toes?


  25. Guest Who says:

    Who needs payola when you are amongst friends?


  26. Concrete sea says:

    Oh for an end to the lockdown, when I can again visit my local pub to sample the fine ale, food and ambience. But wait— is it the wrong name ? as a brewery has renamed four of its pubs over concerns they had racist connotations, three of them called The Blackboy.
    Dr Halima Begum, of The Runnymede Trust, welcomed the news, saying the names had been a continual reminder of a “history of oppression”. Whaaat ? Some self centered woke idiot once again laying down her views and beliefs, which we are forced to swallow. She really needs to get a job, maybe with that old favourite Sadiq Khant- renaming or removing statues and street names (yes he’s back on that one again – so glad I don’t live in Londistan)
    Now here’s the funny bit….
    A spokesperson for the chain said “despite the obscure origins” (no one knows why they are called The Black Boy) there was a perception the names were “linked with racism, which is why we knew we had to take this step’. So somebody ‘perceives’ and we all have to change. Effectively what he is saying is ‘Nothing’.
    The joke is on all these idiots as if I were them and so worried about nothing I would be wanting to celebrate The Black Boy, not ban it.
    There used to be a pub near me called Uncle Tom’s Cabin (heaven forbid) and what about The Three legged Mare, The Quiet Woman, The legend of Oily Johnnies or even The White Horse (how insulting to non white horses), Dirty Dick’s, Filthy Fannies and The Famous Cock (disgraceful smut – if you so perceive).


    • Beltane says:

      A favourite, near Taunton, is ‘The Far Canal’.


      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        ‘Sally Pussy’s Inn’ Royal Wooton Bassett.

        Think it’s been renamed ‘Sally Pussey’s’ to avoid unfortunate mixups. When I were a kid, it used to be a conventional pub, with a rather less than conventional sign, with a naked woman sat with a black cat curled in her lap… I didn’t get the joke at the time (being something like 10 years old).


    • harry142857 says:

      I live in Reading. There is a junction a few yards up the road from the pub. Last time I went past it was still signposted “The Black Boy Roundabout”. On local radio traffic news the same, as is notorious for congestion during rush hour (in normal times).



  27. Beltane says:

    England won the rugby against Italy, but Italy retained national pride by refusing to abase themselves and ‘take the knee’. All credit to the entire team.
    More memorable, though, was the ad during the first break for the Jaguar F-Pace. Created by an agency with PC in mind – aren’t they all? – the choice of driver, for a prestige SUV was perhaps, some could think, unwise. To suggest that such a top-end vehicle might be so easily hot-wired must surely be off-putting for potential buyers?


  28. StewGreen says:

    In China they have state-run media,
    …. in the West we have media-run states.

    Surely it’s time for us little people, to wake up and take back control
    … We have let the left Trojan horse entry all of the institutions. #entryism

    That’s a message coming out of a new YouTube channel @GuestWho mentioned the other day
    called @NotTheBBC
    Has anyone looked the videos listed there ?
    Here’s an example


  29. StewGreen says:

    Today’s Times has a “PR as news” article for Tesla
    The article debunks its own headline three quarters down
    but it contains the remarkable Ha-robbin like line
    Critics have accused carmakers of continuing to push the sale of petrol and diesel cars..”

    Wow carmakers who have trillions pounds worth of petrol diesel factories are PUSHING the product they make
    …. “how dare they” /sarc


    • Garry Lavin says:

      Ha ha. They live in an alternative universe.


    • JimS says:

      “Well sir, this car can be refuelled in under a minute and will give you a good ten years of reliable service while this car takes all night, (as long as it’s windy and not too cold), and will be clapped out in less than five years.”

      “Is that the only difference?”

      “No sir, the second car costs £2,000 more.”


  30. G.W.F. says:

    Lockdown for some, take a knee for others


  31. Doobster78 says:

    Unlucky BBC ….

    All the best Mr Trump


    • StewGreen says:

      Well no one saw that coming
      .. I guess Ladbrokes have lost billions …. / s a r c


    • Doobster78 says:

      Jon not happy ☺. Clutching at straws. Let it go Jon you imbecile.


      • JohnC says:

        Every single democrat (50%) would have voted guilty even if Trump was accused of adultery with Catherine the Great.
        That’s where US politics is now. 3rd world corrupt.


        • JimS says:

          So really Trump won 43-7!

          It is sad to see the Democratic party confusing a vote of confidence with impeachment, something that should only be considered when there is actual proof of a crime being committed, not just because they don’t like someone.


  32. StewGreen says:

    The Hitchens vs Dan Hodges anti-lockdown debate

    Hodges arguing that lockdowns are the way to go
    built up a strawman “All countries use lockdowns, so all scientists support them, so people arguing against them must be CONSPIRACY THEORISTS”

    That’s a strawman cos not all countries use lockdowns
    and lots of scientists don’t support them
    No wonder Hitchens won by a magnitude of 11 to 1


  33. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Good news about Donald.
    Surely President in 2024.

    Yesterday I saw an article (on GAB I think) showing AOC leading a mob of protestors (rioters) actually inside pelosi’s office in the Capital Building. (Hunting her down?)
    It looked just like the pictures we are still being shown of the recent crowd in the Capital Building.
    About 40 of them were arrested by the police.
    This was in 2018
    If anyone has this perhaps they could put it up on here.

    Why is she not in the dock (rhetorical)


    • StewGreen says:

      It was a climate sit-in
      I mentioned it before


      • StewGreen says:

        I can’t find my old post
        but the arrests were on 12 Nov 2018



        Ocasio-Cortez, youth protesters storm Pelosi office to push for climate plan

        More than 200 youth activists, flanked by Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, flooded House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s office this morning urging Democrats to act more decisively on climate change.

        Capitol Police said they arrested 51 protesters for unlawfully demonstrating outside Pelosi’s office in the Cannon House Office Building. The arrests began a few hours after the demonstration began, when protesters refused to leave the area. Pelosi said she welcomed the protest and called on the police “to allow them to continue to organize and participate in our democracy.”
        “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who left before the arrests began, said she was there to support the protesters and encourage Pelosi to listen to them.”


        • pugnazious says:

          Trump fled to bunker as protests over George Floyd raged outside White House…. the presumptive Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, visited protesters’

          Curiously the police did not mow down the BLM rioters with murderous, and racist, bursts of machine gun fire as the Democrats claimed would have happened if it had been BLM protestors at the Capitol building.


  34. Doobster78 says:



  35. JohnC says:

    Two impeachments, two aquittals. Alarm bells should be ringing at deafening volume.
    An impeachment should only be made when some accusation after an event of such magnitude has taken place, everyone agrees it is not acceptable.
    In a just and decent world, those behind these impeachment attempts should now be held to account as the traitors to democracy they are. Pelosi first.
    Nobody at the BBC or in the MSM is going to go anywhere near it.
    The BBC article about this is quite disgusting in it’s bias. It reads like somebody died. Reminds me of those I read the day after the Brexit referendum.
    Trump will win by a landslide if he stands in 2024. No COVID and 3 years of Harris.


    • Tabs says:

      I just caught 5 minutes of the BBC News channel. They read out a comment of someone who said, “Trump should be exiled”. Why the BBC felt the need to report that comment but not get the comments of any Trump’s 17 million voters is no surprise.


      • StewGreen says:

        My neighbour was actually watching the BBC News Channel and its yet another Hour of Hate against Trump
        … Sad that she is so brainwashed

        Trump’s son tweeted


  36. Fedup2 says:

    Funny isn’t it – I wanted to see the weather forecast on the BBC – but instead I got wall to wall American internal DC politics which is of no relevance to us at all .

    But since the BBC sees itself as an American liberal broadcasting organisation I guess i should not be surprised .

    Will they impeach him again to get the right number – or fiddle the outcome of this one ?


  37. StewGreen says:

    James O’Keefe basically says look at all these journos who live in narrative-world rather then the real world


  38. digg says:

    If Trump can get back into power this shit needs sorting….


    Unless somebody has the balls to smash it the USA has a bleak future indeed.


  39. Guest Who says:


    Just read the linked BS and Lewis twitter threads.

    They are certifiably nuts.


  40. StewGreen says:

    All this Trump2024 talk is simplistic narrative
    It’s 3 years before the election starts
    anything could happen before then
    Trump isn’t young for a start.
    Anyways reform should be a movement not just one man.


    • digg says:

      But no one else in the Republican Party has anything remotely like Trumps charisma, this is not a job , it’s a calling and only certain real men have it!


  41. Beltane says:

    Nothing else on so watched an old favourite, ‘Crocodile Dundee’ on C4. It under-ran by 8 minutes – because they’d chopped out all the parts that ‘might have given offense’ in a film seen by tens of millions over the years, a huge number of them children.
    The last time the public were treated this way was in the 17th century, by the Puritans in our first Commonwealth.
    And that didn’t end well either.


    • JimS says:

      Probably the best bit in the film? Doesn’t matter where it happens in the world, USA, Canada, UK etc. the hand that wields the knife tends to be non-white.


  42. digg says:

    Trump acquitted, so just a matter of time until all those criminals on the left get just desserts now… America will not forgive or forget their Shitty machinations.


  43. digg says:

    TRUMP 2022….

    Let’s just sit back with our popcorn while Joe totally F****cks the USA and opens the door for Donald again…. there is only so long you can fool people


  44. taffman says:

    We taffs are on our way …………………….


  45. digg says:

    Come on real Americans time to trash the commie trash Facebook and Twitter, vote with your support!

    Get off it now!


  46. StewGreen says:

    Libmob narrative “far right, far right, far right life is OK for brown skinned people except for the far-right”
    Saira Khan “I said I’m not a practicing Muslim any more and now I’m getting death threats”
    Here’s the THEN and NOW video


  47. digg says:

    Some suggestions for any upcoming US elections.

    All counts to be within the USA.

    All counts to be subject to third party verification

    All party officials allowed full observation of voting procedures.

    That sounds fair to me!


  48. pugnazious says:

    LOL….BBC knew it was coming but still can’t hide the bitterness and disappointment as they pronounce Trump guilty even though he’s innocent….


    …only found not guilty because, sadly, there weren’t enough votes…but he’s guilty alright!!! Exactly the same playbook after the Mueller inquiry found nothing to suggest that the Democrat’s[and BBC’s] fabrications had any substance at all….just as the Democrat’s ‘evidence’ at the latest farce was a cobbled together ‘mixed-tape’ of lies and fake news….but the BBC loved it and did nothing to check its veracity…

    ‘Mr Castor’s presentation contrasted sharply with a dramatic video montage presented by impeachment managers – the Democrats tasked with leading the prosecution. The clip showed Mr Trump telling supporters to “fight like hell” before they stormed the US Capitol last month.’

    Is that ‘dramatic’ as in theatrical and staged?

    Fox News ventured where the BBC refused to go…


  49. digg says:

    The USA is temporarily in the hands of people who wish it real harm. Let us wish for that to be put right as soon as possible.


  50. pugnazious says:

    ‘It is a sad state of affairs for UK broadcasting when it has to be spelt out to the regulator that news must be reported with due accuracy and impartiality.’

    LOL…believe it when I see it….

    ‘The BBC and Channel 4 could face more sanctions over alleged left wing bias after the Government tasked the next head of the broadcasting regulator with ensuring that news is broadcast with “due impartiality”.

    The new job specification for the next chairman of Ofcom – published over the weekend – will be seen as an instruction from the Government to take a tougher line with broadcasters on slanted reporting against the Tories.

    Tory MP Philip Davies, a former member of the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport committee, added: “It is a sad state of affairs for UK broadcasting when it has to be spelt out to the regulator that news must be reported with due accuracy and impartiality.

    “What we once took for granted in the UK is now something we rarely see. I hope Ofcom start doing their job properly to make sure the BBC and Channel 4 in particular start reporting news properly and not just to appeal to a narrow band of north London metropolitan virtue signalling politically correct lefties.”’