312 Responses to Start the Week 8th March 2021

  1. G says:

    Lady Brooke just, headlines on Twato, Professor Twity suggests that there could be, imminent, 30,000 further deaths from the Chinese flu leading to 100,000 if the curfew is eased too quickly. An extended sentence very possible to be advocated then for the scruffy one in No.10 who, “follows the science”.


    • Loobyloo says:

      He referred to the situation in Europe where cases are rising….but our vaccination program is advanced and there’s is not…so ‘cases’ should become increasingly irrelevant, and there should be a time in the not too distant future where you should not have to isolate. Just as you don’t if you have had the flu.


    • theisland says:


      Whitty: “But all the modelling suggests there is going to be a further surge, and when it happens it will find the people who have not been vaccinated or where the vaccine has not worked. Some of them will be hospitalised and sadly some of them will die.”

      Sounds like a threat to me. But what do I know.


      • G says:


        After the headlines, I switched off. Did Twity identify the %age of those for whom the vaccine has not worked? As for people that have not been vaccinated because they refuse, personally, I couldn’t give a flying f.


      • Loobyloo says:

        As I said, some will die, as is the situation with flu. Sadly, people die.


      • Lefty Wright says:

        Here we go again. The use of that little word “suggests” itself suggests that the bugger doesn’t know what he is talking about.
        Typical Leftist rule by fear tactics.
        I suggest that this bloke Mr S-itty does not vote Conservative and will do his utmost to make things as difficult as possible for our ruling party. Sack him Boris before he gets YOU the sack.


  2. Docmarooned says:

    Of course all the modelling to date has been 100% effective – Not.


  3. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #1 – are we being softened up for a hardening?

    Of Lockdown? Summer? Next Autumn? You bet! It was interesting listening to the clips that they played of Witless and UnVallanced that those two are guessing at their prognoses. No real science behind it. Those two were also undermining the vaccines, as well. Not a smart thing to do when you may have 30 per cent of the population unwilling to take it and a significant percentage unable to have it for one reason or another.

    The interview with Paul Hunter was also laughable for someone ummhing and aaghhing around the science. He mentioned the ‘R’ number! Ha ha! We know how accurate that is.

    We are doomed.


    • Rich says:

      I was supposed to get my second jab this afternoon, 4 weeks after my first. I have to inject Methotrexate once a week because of a couple of autoimmune diseases, suppressing my immune system and leaving me Clinically Extremely Vulnerable apparently.

      I received a phone call from my doctors surgery yesterday. Unless otherwise requested by a consultant, new guidance issued last week states that there should now be 10 weeks between jabs. I now have to wait until around the third week in April to receive the second part of the Astra Zeneca vaccine. This means that by the time I do get this second jab, and if I had been following Govt guidance to the letter, I will have basically been confined to barracks for over a year.

      I do have a consultant and am supposed to attend their rheumatology clinic, an interview that is often with a nurse not the consultant and that usually lasts around 10 minutes at most, every 6 to 9 months. Pre-Covid there were 19 months between my last two consultations.

      After around a year since I last attended this clinic, not the 9 months advised, I received notification that a telephone appointment had been made for me. I hadn’t requested one. I waited.They didn’t call me. I phoned the hospital the next day, eventually spoke to my consultants’ secretary, was passed by her to the secretary of another consultant I didn’t know who I am apparently now temporarily under, only to be told that she wasn’t actually their secretary, she was just covering and that someone would get in touch with me. That was a month ago. I would chase it up but truth be told I would be wasting my time, the consultations are pointless anyway and, you know, Covid!!

      And they think they’re entitled to a bigger pay rise? Aye , dead on.


      • BRISSLES says:

        Rich, I am in your same boat. On Methotrexate and had a single Covid jab – next one due in April. Honestly ? yes I’m in the chronically vulnerable list, and should have been confined to barracks, BUT living alone I needed to eat ! and with all the food deliveries taken up by the able and young, I just donned a mask did my shopping and carried on regardless.

        25 years ago when I was diagnosed with Lupus – auto immune disease, I would see a Consultant twice a year. In the last 5 years (and change of Cons.) it slipped to every 18 months if I’m lucky. To date my last face to face was about 2 years ago, with just one telephone chat since. I email the Secretary when I need new blood forms and get my meds every month, and that’s the sum total of my chronic care treatment.


        • Rich says:


          Psoriatic arthritis, was diagnosed at 40. I believed that I was reasonably healthy until I was 30, played sport and kept active, but couldn’t get my fitness levels to where I thought they should be. It turns out I had ulcerative colitis, was never properly tested or diagnosed, despite showing all the symptoms, ended up in intensive care with a toxic megacolon, fighting septcemia and MRSA that I picked up in the ICU. This resulted in me having a permanent ileostomy just a couple of weeks before my 31st birthday. The immediate treatment was good, they saved my life afterall, reactive treatment is what they do, but after about 6 months that was it. No aftercare, consultations or otherwise since. Left very much to my own devices.

          So much of dealing with chronic conditions is down to personal management and to be honest I find most interaction with medical staff increasingly frustrating. It seems the more you tell them the less they understand, programmed as they are for speaking to morons, patronising and frightened of actually telling you anything. I have no problem with having to manage my own conditions, it’s my reponsibility, but the cult of the NHS would have you believe that they are much more invested in the individual than they actually are. There are some brilliant people in the NHS, many of whom are very well rewarded in their chosen vocations but there are many more who are very fallible humans, comfortable in what is an antiquated institution no longer fit for purpose and for whom it’s just a job.

          Anyway, enough for me today I think. Hope you keep well Brissles, and keep contributing as you do.


      • Khaa2091 says:

        There are lots of us who are not requesting a pay rise (by the way nobody has even discussed a pay rise for doctors, who are on a different pay scale) and count ourselves very lucky to have a regular job.

        There is good evidence that a longer gap between the vaccinations increases immunity, the original 3 week gap was chosen to get results as fast as possible.

        Many of the medics are still redeployed to Covid wards, leaving those remaining to fire fight rather than manage chronic patients. If your treatment doesn’t work (your blood tests go off, your symptoms get worse) then you are prioritised. You can contact your consultants secretary or your GP if you develop new symptoms. If everything is stable what does phoning you up achieve?

        With a very few exceptions, consultants have no access to vaccine. We can reassure primary care care that in particular patients we would recommend vaccination.

        Incidentally, I received my first vaccination in January and have yet to get an appointment for the second. I have looked after and operated on Covid positive patients throughout. I am also on the clinically extremely vulnerable list (sarcoidosis).


  4. G.W.F. says:

    This had me thinking. Did Harry marry his mam?
    Harry’s Oedipus complex exploited by Megan



    • BRISSLES says:

      That is staggering ! well, despite her saying she never knew much about the RF, various n/paper reports show her outside Buck House in 1996 and her friends from back then say how she was obsessed with Diana, so these pictures show evidence of her still wanting to be her.


    • StewGreen says:

      The issue about *the media industry being insane*
      is a much bigger issue, that royal individuals

      3pm R4 news has selected Alastair Campbell as the voice we need to hear

      … next item “the awards were criticized for a lack of BAME”


  5. Emmanuel Goldstein says:


    If witty thinks there’s possibly another 30,000 deaths coming then that can only mean that the vaccine does NOT work.

    Just about all the vulnerable have had at least one jab.

    If these 30,000 are going to be from the remaining youngsters then that’s a massive jump on the few percent (if that) who actually did die because the overwhelming number of deaths were the old and vulnerable (who are now vaccinated)

    Often, we get 20,000+ flu and pneumonia deaths each year so should we lockdown every year now.
    Of course, flu and pneumonia don’t exist now, I forgot that they had suddenly disappeared.

    On the tv as I type, the nominations for the bafta awards. Just about all bames. What a surprise. (Not)


  6. Jack in the Green says:

    Yes, Rich. The pre-emptive text is enough to drive anyone round the bend. It usually ends in a rant against everyone from Bill Gates to Elon Musk with a low level bombing mission aimed at Silicon Valley as a main course. Meanwhile my wife, with that little hint of Teutonic coolness, suggests that the laptop might be a better option.


  7. Sluff says:

    Unusually caught a bit of TWATO today.
    At about 1330 the presenter was interviewing ex Sun editor David Yelland about some interview extravaganza or other in California the other night. The focus seemed to be on Meghan’s mental well-being. The idea that the solution to such problems is a multi million dollar no holds barred interview on prime time TV went unchallenged, needless to say.

    Listening to the presenter, tone of voice, and verbal mannerisms, my conclusion is that the BBC regards any criticism whatever of a non white person as racist. That’s it.

    We know that Dianne Flabbot cannot add up. We know that there are any number of non white race baiters out there. But do not criticise them whatever you do. About anything. To the BBC, that’s racist.


  8. StewGreen says:

    4pm R4 law prog
    – the US lawyer of Anne Sacoolas

    – Scotland unilateral referendum legities

    – jabs for jobs?


  9. digg says:

    I notice that Piers Morgan has come under fire for his comments on MM & HRH

    They are trying to assemble the yelling rabble “No Platform” approach I see to squash any dissent.

    “Ye shall know them by their fruits”


  10. StewGreen says:

    R4 just now
    Black London writer “you see the idea of an afterlife was an African belief to begin with”

    … That’s the fallacy of believing that the institution you associate with, invented everything.


  11. andyjsnape says:

    Piers Morgan criticised by mental health charity over Meghan comments, “reports” the bBC


    Piers is not allowed to have an opinion, of cause unless the bBC agree with it!


  12. Guest Who says:

    I have noticed these either get engaged with not at all, or critically.

    How many people are involved in pumping this rubbish out?

    It’s sole function appears to maintain the fiction the bbc is not a major source of such ‘news’.


    • JimS says:

      Quite a few BBC stories would ‘fail’ their tests!

      The ‘Question As A Headline’ is a typical BBC method of provoking a reaction and doesn’t have to have any conection to reality at all!

      Should Kier Starmer become PM, make Meghan Queen, re-join the EU and give the NHS a 500% pay rise?

      Probably didn’t cross any sane person’s mind but just a little nudge…


  13. Dobyns says:

    Sky News Oz gets it …


  14. theisland says:

    Ofcom gave the bBC a ‘warning’. Gosh – that’ll teach ’em.


  15. Philip_2 says:

    Is the BBC biased. Its odd that so few people in the BBC notice. Then they leave and (suddenly) shock they start to see the BBC for what it really is. Is Maitlis on the ‘way-out’ or on the ‘way-in’.
    I expect she has been awarded a BBC pay rise… by her superiors.

    BBC warned to keep journalists’ monologues impartial after Newsnight controversy
    Viewers submitted more than 24,000 complaints to the BBC over her remarks on the Prime Minister’s adviser, and the broadcaster itself admitted they did not meet “standards of due impartiality”

    Well what a surprise, only 24,000 noticed and that for the BBC is a success rate (that 97%) did Not complain (or notice). Its a sad fact that very few of us complain, although the bias is 24/7 is in every news story (hidden as News and opinion) and every TV program for the past forty years tinged with left wing sympathies.

    Not that OFCOM was around then. But we did have Mi5 keeping an eye on the BBC. That’s all gone, thanks to Tony Blair. We now have political broadcasting at its worst, claiming to be impartial. Not just Maitlis, its all of them who are all radical Trots and proud of it.



  16. Foscari says:

    The BBC is unable to restrain itself on it’s support for
    Meghan Markle. It’s obsession with diversity and the
    anarchist Marxists who have come out of the woodwork
    over the last few years to control the national broadcaster
    can see an opportunity of bringing down the monarchy
    and they aint going to stop it.


    • Lefty Wright says:

      Who knows? Perhaps a future King Of England will look like Idi Amin.


    • Kaiser says:

      radio 5 had some royal “commentator” on yesterday morning

      of course its racism
      of course archie should be a prince
      of course they should have security protection etc etc

      the commentator being full on luxury communist and well known royalist Ash Sakar

      I presume the so called BBC, presume that we dont know who this specimen is.


      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        And if Archie had been made a prince, and if they had been given security at public expense, then Ash Sakar would have been on the radio denouncing the monarchy yet again.

        Ever get the feeling you can’t win?


    • Northern Voter says:

      If Claudia Winklepickers had 2 brains, one of them would be lonely.


      • JimS says:

        I suspect that anyone who has Eve Pollard as a mother could get a job anywhere they wanted and name the salary!


  17. Guest Who says:

    Nothing climate from the BBC ever remains untold if it suits.


    • tomo says:

      Harrabin as usual relies on “BBC Narrative Inertia” from “The World’s Best Public Service Broadcaster” to mendaciously promote something they were called out on going on for 4 years ago.

      Hardly an untold tale – > Wodjah obviously subscribes to the mantra “repetition legitimizes lies”

      BBC’s Bogus Claims About “The Drowning Solomon Islands”

      h/t NALOPKT

      anybody with a Twitter account could usefully remind him?


  18. Sluff says:

    Something like 85% of the UK is still white British.
    Not that you’d know it from BBC coverage of just about anything.

    So….if there were 24 acting BAFTA nominations, you might expect 3 or 4 BAME nominees. Right?

    Wrong. There are actually SIXTEEN. Out of 24.
    And for this positive racism, the BBC is absolutely w*****g itself silly.

    Luckily I have the final say. Refusing to watch.


  19. Beltane says:

    The rules of succession were revised and clarified by George V in the 1930s so Archie will not be entitled to be called a prince until Charles III takes the throne. Assuming they retain their titles, he will qualify then, and Harry knows this even if Lady MacBeggan pretends not to.
    Royal Protection, quite apart from being unaffordable at a continuous 3,000+ mile level of serviceability, ended with the spiteful duo electing, entirely of their own volition, to ‘go it alone’.
    So that’s two deliberate and easily exposed lies so far, with more to come for sure. Will anyone have the guts to call them out?
    Don’t expect to hear it on the BBC, they are currently giving Hillary all the prominence her position demands.


    • Scroblene says:

      With Billary being the mouthy, pseudo-dynastic cow she’s already been for ages, well, until most Americans saw sense and realised that she was just another harridan, snouting at the trough and squealing like a stuck pig, it’s no wonder the awful bbc will pander to her vanities, and try and make her some sort of victim-tzarette. Any bandwagon will do, just to keep her sordid name in the rags

      What an awful, scrawny old bird she is – thick as mince, stuck with a dreadful, philandering old man who was as bad as Barry Bamalam as ‘president’, and thinks anyone who hears what she gabbles is worth a light!

      God Bless the real America, because these crooked morons should really be kicked into touch asap.


    • Kaiser says:

      am I missing something or would that not make Princess Margarets children prince and princess


  20. Sluff says:

    In an earlier post I mentioned a comment from Louise Minchin on breakfast TV that people were divided over Markle and Harry.
    And now there is a Yougov poll which shows about a 50 50 split between those for Meghan and those for the Queen et al.

    Now. Compare this fairly even split of opinion with the fawning wokefest race-baiting coverage on the ‘impartial’ BBC, as they wheel on one Meghan supporter after another. Hilary Clinton FFS. Dianne Abbott.

    Thank goodness for Piers Morgan and……errr……Meghan’s dad, who does not think comment on Archie’s possible colour is racist.


    • Sluff says:

      1845 stop press update.
      Morgan has left GMB.
      Not an uncritical fan but sometimes a breath of fresh air when compared to the BBC leftoid autocutie wokerati.
      Let’s see what the public think.via the viewing figures in the next few weeks.


      • BRISSLES says:

        Apparently over 40,000 souls have sent objections to Ofcom about him. I wonder what ethnicity and age group they’re in.

        I haven’t / don’t watch him, but I heartily agree with his assertions of disbelief about Markles accusations. Leo McKinstry and Carole Malone in the D/Express are also on the money with her claims. Sadly the news channels don’t challenge that there are more questions than answers with the interview, but just want to dwell on the ‘alleged’ racial remarks which was thrown in just in case all else failed.

        Markle is a determined and strong woman, so the tears and wanting to end it all, is so unrealistic – and this from a woman who bangs on about mental health, and cant get help from any private doctor ???? BS.


  21. Jack in the Green says:

    This Miss Marple lark bears all the hallmarks of a media circus set up, by the usual suspects, to decry everything British. Not satisfied with their great calumny against all white brexit voters, ie all racist thugs, thereby proving that the race relations act is a one way street, they now push the same agenda using those two idiots to do their dirty work. Their only achievement will be to cause discord and backlash. Unfortunately things have got to a point, in my opinion, of no return. I claim no special prescience in this matter as the problem has been flagged up for many years by people with the guts to say it like it is. It has become a battle for this country and it’s history. I think that, in my view, cannot be denied. Sad to say, but I am quite honestly sickened by it all.


  22. G.W.F. says:

    BBC News at 6pm, lays it heavy on racist royals . It appears that yang people and yang persons of +++ are questioning whether we need the monarchy, now under an existential threat. Contributions from a Windrush lawyer of +++ and a preacher of+++ raise further questions of the racist commonwealth.


    • Guest Who says:

      “Some recollections may vary”

      Liz Windsor.

      Pure class.


    • Seppers says:

      Not many people are discussing the role or motivation of Oprah in all of this. But the sense I got was that she wanted the Royal Family to be dealt blows. Could be wrong of course.
      But if this does damage the monarchy I wonder if Harry will be happy.


      • Dobyns says:

        IMHO, based on years of observation, Oprah Whingey is one of the biggest race baiters alive


  23. Guest Who says:

    BBC Inevitable News

    Tashnuva Anan Shishir said she faced bullying and harassment but was determined to succeed.

    Bangladesh’s first transgender news reader makes debut


  24. digg says:

    There is a domino effect taking place, the left have carefully and single-mindedly manipulated society into the state it has reached.

    We have seen news media one after another gradually drop criticism of any looney direction taken by splinter groups for fear of being labelled or cancelled.

    They have used every so-called “oppressed” bandwagon to push this relentlessly. They are effective because they first infiltrated education and universities, health services, local governments, the media, quangos and even the legal profession and the police with their mad zealotry.

    They are simply using useful idiots be it environmentalists, gays and lesbians, trans people, and of course racial differences.

    We are now at the stage where even large corporations are clamming up and swallowing the diet of false repression they are peddling.

    The end game of course is to silence all opposition in order to take over total power virtually unapposed.

    The American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow said it in one sentence when he said….

    “Whom the Gods would destroy they first make them mad”.

    This might all end like Mad Max…..

    It will be a World of tribes at war and banana republics with lefty overlords as we witnessed in the “occupied” city areas in the recent USA BLM riots.

    I just hope the BBC are amongst the first targets as they will certainly want to have 100% control of communications, this part of the plan is under way right now as we see the BBC catapult the right new “faces” onto their screens.

    Of course the scales might fall from a future generations eyes but by then it will be the Devils job to wrest control back to sanity.

    Meg Mark My Words is just another cog in their wheel witnessed by the stream of Meg supporters that the BBC have been wheeling on and off air all day.

    The Royal Family of course are in the way so must be disposed of as the Marxists decided in Russia.


  25. theisland says:


    Piers Morgan has stepped down as presenter of ITV’s Good Morning Britain following a row over comments he made about the Duchess of Sussex.

    It brings the controversial host’s time on the breakfast show to an end after six years.

    ITV announced the decision after Ofcom said it was investigating his comments after receiving 41,000 complaints.

    Also on Tuesday, ITV chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall said she “completely believed what [the duchess] says”, adding that ITV is “totally committed to” mental health.


  26. Up2snuff says:

    I was informed on TWatO by Jonny Dymond, BBC Royal Disjointed Dalek Correspondent, that the Ginge and Cringe Whinge on ITV was watched by only 11 million viewers last night although Dymond assures me that many more will watch on catch-up. I seem to recall that 11 million is somewhat less than Coronation Street achieved in its heyday. Is that correct?


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Having been in a media blackout for the last 48 hours I would report how relaxing it is – particularly when the weather is ok like today . No papers -Twitter – radio or TV ….

    For those who like to comment on other people ‘ business it appears to have been a glorious time – peaking – as theisland above reports – with the demise of Piers Morgan …..

    I barely watch ITV and have never seen his daytime show so I haven’t got anything to say about it – but it seems important to some – and I wonder if it is the equivalent to Jeremy clarkson being thrown away with the then hugely popular Topgear.

    With this site – although as a moderator I look over all comments – and always read certain contributors – I am managing to filter out certain recent meaningless – to me – subjects …. which I suppose are distractions from real life and what some people need at the moment ….


    • Up2snuff says:

      Fed, I was looking at the R4 Extra schedule today for something a continuity announcer mentioned when it struck me that having R4e on all day might be quite pleasant. Yes, there is some wokist stuff but it is probably a Duke & Duchess of Excessive-free zone and there are lots of older – better quality? – programmes, albeit repeats, on there.


      • JimS says:

        Rogue Male is very good, even though it has been on before and like every BBC programme at one time uses Phillip Glass’ music.


  28. taffman says:

    “Covid-19: Don’t think pandemic is over, Whitty warns”
    Has SAGE thrown the baby out with the bathwater?
    When this pandemic is over someone is going to have egg all over their face.


  29. taffman says:

    “Covid-19: UK rejects ‘completely false’ EU vaccine export ban claim”
    Shouldn’t they have published that on under their “Brexit” heading ?
    Me thinks that the EU is getting ‘bitchy’.


  30. Guest Who says:

    BBC Editorial SOP.


  31. Guest Who says:


  32. Sluff says:

    While we’re all focussed on the Minge and Ginge show, a couple of observations.

    1. Forget the interviewees. Focus on the interviewer. The facial expressions. The tiny comments (‘oh’). Oprah is no actress so there was more than an air of stage management. It reminded me of dear old Frankie Howard, where as we now know, all the ooos and ahhhs were not ad lib but carefully rehearsed.
    2. Are the people gleefully dancing on Piers Morgan’s grave in the media the very same people complaining about the media’s treatment of Meghan ? Just a teensy weensy bit of hypocrisy from the BLM Guardianista wokerati.


    • taffman says:

      “While we’re all focussed”
      No, not me.


    • pugnazious says:

      LOL….The Whinge and Ginge Show?


    • Seppers says:

      Sluff, I thought the same about Oprah. She said there had been no prep but as you say the acting wasn’t good enough. There was something unnatural about the interactions. It looked very planned to me.
      Her questions seemed like cues.


  33. Guest Who says:

    Presumably Rog, like his other ‘essential’ colleagues, is uniquely funded to be immune from any consequences that might affect them?



  34. Guest Who says:

    Not fair, but a bbc tactic. Judge them by those they attract.


  35. StewGreen says:

    Media bubbleworld defends
    However, Morgan seemingly found support from former footballer and fellow presenter Gary Lineker.

    Although the pair often spar via social media, Lineker tweeted that Morgan was “excellent at what he does”
    and that it was “always sad when someone loses their job”.


  36. Eddy Booth says:



  37. Sluff says:

    Not BBC but an unexpected gift.

    On ITV London, a feature about a foodbank in Hackney.
    They interview a recipient.
    She says
    ‘I think it’s lovely. You get everything for nothing’

    And there is the actual distinctly non leftoid Guardianista reason why all manner of publicly funded services are in ever-increasing demand.

    From food banks to the NHS.
    When price cannot be used to balance supply and demand then demand increases indefinitely,Tory governments get accused of being mean, and in order to foot the bill the taxes on the rest of us go up


  38. StewGreen says:

    R4 Tuesday 16th two Eco activist progs
    4pm Law prog eco-law special
    3:30pm Dr Seuss eco special

    \\ Radio4 ‘s weekly Green Activist show
    “Michael Rosen celebrates 50 years of Dr Seuss’s environmental fable, The Lorax
    It’s a fable of needless consumerism and environmental ruin,
    The ‘shortish, brownish, oldish and mossy’ character who ‘speaks for the trees’ increasingly features on placards at demos.
    Radio4 lefty Michael Rosen looks at the book’s influence on the modern environmental movement
    and charts its journey from ignored to censored, embraced by the mainstream
    and inevitably turned into a Hollywood movie and used to sell SUVs. //

    With Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell,
    *George Monbiot*
    Economist Kate Raworth,
    Playwright David Greig,
    Advertising ‘guru’ Rory Sutherland,
    Ben Stewart from *Greenpeace*
    Steve Brezzo, Josh Golin, Terri Birkett and more



  39. taffman says:

    I am so offended by people in this great country who are so offended by it. Why haven’t they left ?
    Now is the time as we get out of this silly lockdown to start the fight back against wokeism . Begin by defunding the telly tax. Next, become outspoken to the snowflakes with non-pc words, watch the reaction, laugh and enjoy ????


  40. taffman says:

    Breaking news…..Missing woman – some say a policeman from Kent is involved ?
    Nowt yet on Al Beeb yet .


  41. taffman says:

    Dark forces are at work trying to destroy Great Britain, its heritage , culture and the monarchy. We are in desperate need of a strong leader at the head of a strong government . A government that will begin by seeing the end of Al Beeb as a starter.


  42. pugnazious says:

    ‘ ‘I now announce mixed race babies cute as fuck”
    BBC iii

    So….Markle ‘revealed that there was racism in the royal family’….says the BBC.

    No…she claimed there was racism but neither she nor Harry revealed anything much less the name of the alleged racist…thus leaving the accusation hanging over every member of the Royal family.

    Hmmm….was it actually Harry, or even Meghan herself? Did they never have a conversation where the possible looks of their baby came up? Surely they did….will it look like Harry or Meghan, will it have red hair or darker, blue eyes or brown….or maybe even skin colour came up. Bet they had that conversation. Just a normal speculation for any family let alone a mixed race one….but apparently it is now ‘racist’ to think like that.

    You must not mention skin colour….to do so is racist. Hmmm…how is it then that both the BBC and the Guardian are obsessed with Markle’s skin colour and, er, even the colour of her baby…yep….that’s right….

    We know they loved the idea of a mixed race marriage and how this was so progressive for racist Britain and represents the future…


    ‘Royal wedding: The UK’s rapidly changing mixed-race population’

    ‘Harry and Meghan: Inter-racial couples react to the royal engagement’

    ‘A United Kingdom: The interracial marriage that made front page news’


    ‘Has Meghan Markle changed Britain’s attitude to race and royalty?

    When Meghan weds Harry, Britain’s relationship with race will change for ever

    ‘I love the idea of a mixed-race princess’: readers on the royal engagement

    The prince’s new black girlfriend has set tongues wagging. But despite talk of ‘blue blood’, the aristocracy has a history of mixed-race relationships

    The Markle effect: black women see the royal wedding as workplace inspiration’

    So skin colour is apparently very important and an issue that needs talking about…if you’re from the BBC or Guardian.

    And check out this incredibly racist take on the match-made-in-Hell…from BBC 3….

    All about colour….and Prince Phillip is an ‘old coloniser who likes his chocolate dark’….whilst Harry ‘finally has a sista light enough to marry’….and ‘I now announce mixed race babies cute as fuck’

    Anyone hear the BBC’s Jonny Dymond today on Naga as he enthused about the car crash interview telling us it was great and brilliant…just the stuff journo’s like him live for and love…before adding that of course there are serious issues here….lol.
    Here’s a remarkable comment from a piece he’s just done…

    ‘Some key allegations are about the personal behaviour and comments of members of the Royal Family and how, through collective neglect and perhaps some malicious intent, they left Harry and Meghan no choice but to leave.’

    What? There was ‘malicious intent’? Where and when? Did he just make that up? No choice but to leave? Markle had no intention of staying…ever.

    He goes on…what on earth can a racist Palace say eh?…

    ‘Meghan dealt some of the heaviest blows. What is the Palace to say about the accusation that an unnamed member of the family made a comment – more than one by the sounds of things – about the skin colour of the couple’s child-to-be? The mind boggles.

    The Royals must change…

    ‘Harry and Meghan’s experience suggests that the contradictions are too great. Maybe their interview will act as a catalyst for change. But the Crown has been around for a very long time, and change does not come easily to a body in which the past plays such an outsize role.’

    Really? All true then despite just about everything Markle said being shown to be untrue, a half-truth or deliberately misleading.

    Dymond is not alone of course…the whole BBC loves a good scandal and is as eager to scoop the poop as any tabloid paper in a battle for ratings…and this one also happens to tick every BBC box…racism, mental health, aristocracy and ‘white privilege’, and the evil Press…[the BBC not including itself in there of course].

    The BBC is as guilty as anyone for talking about race and sensationalising and exploiting it….just that the BBC is meant to stand apart and above the fray…its funding method predicated on that principle…that it provides measured, balanced and impartial analysis and comment…which is has utterly failed to do…as usual.



  43. JohnC says:

    ‘The Bafta Film Awards have unveiled a highly diverse nominations list, with 16 of the 24 acting nominees this year coming from ethnic minority groups.’
    And completely destroyed any remaining credibility.
    Why is this considered acceptable ?. What about the white actors who have been racially discriminated against ?.
    It’s double standards on a massive scale.


  44. pugnazious says:


    • Up2snuff says:

      I still think it is cute that, in profile, their noses are a similar shape.



      I could not possibly comment.


  45. BRISSLES says:

    Still “much loved members of the family”, er, yeah right, and if we believe that…… I reckon its more like “who the f…. do they think they are”.


    • JohnC says:

      Not a fan of the Royal Family, but your question should be ‘Who the f… does Meghan think she is’.