Midweek Thread 2June 2021 Bashir2?

As the Biased Far Left Anti British BBC hoped everyone would look away from their corrupt prodigy – Martin Bashir – it will now be publishing a report trying to explain why he was re hired as ‘Religious Editor ‘.
Maybe someone wanted to put a fox in the chicken coop .On the downside – expect a whitewash . On the upside -it will do even more damage to the BBC ..

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431 Responses to Midweek Thread 2June 2021 Bashir2?

  1. theisland says:


    • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

      The best news to come out from Britain in quite a while.
      She won’t win of course but she should try to. At the same time though, both she and her supporters should use every opportunity to spread the message.
      Al Beeb and msm must be itching to support her.
      Whoops! Sorry, make that ‘ignore’ her.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Note to the BBC: if your new policy is to use more regional accents, you could start with showing this interview.


    • Doublethinker says:

      These two have enormous courage . Not only will they be in physical danger from the Muslims but they are in legal jeopardy from the British establishment. I expect that the parade , walk or whatever they call it , is unlikely to be allowed to take place on the grounds of incitement or some such thing. No doubt that the death of the Cox woman will be brought up and the BBC et al will go ballistic that anyone from the ‘right’ could have the nerve to stand in Batley. But despite all the dangers involved I wish them both well and the very best of luck.


  2. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    It’s good to see Tommy looking fit and healthy. Top man.

    Highly unlikely that Anne Marie will get elected but just think if she did. People all over the UK would see it’s possible and then, for the next few elections there can be hope that the liblabcon can be defeated again.
    And if that happens we could get a snowball effect.

    All it needs is for one win to show it can be done and perhaps that will be the start of a new hope.

    It’s what Jo would have wanted.


  3. Kaiser says:

    not the bbc but hey digg if your reading seems like cats are into gay and transexual rights now



    • StewGreen says:

      Kaiser if your link wasn’t to the official Ocado website, I’d have thought it was a photoshop pic.
      But no Dreamies catfood have added LGBT+ sponsorship to their packets.


  4. vlad says:

    Final scene of Black Boleyn: noble black woman murdered by evil whitey.

    I’m not saying it was intentional, but…


    • Jeff says:

      I just hope that BLM “activists” ain’t watching that crap.
      They’re not the brightest…


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Not according to Black Studies.

      I remember Louis Theroux meeting Black educators, teaching Black kids, that Henry VIII was Black. So according to the assumed Afro-centric history of Black Africana studies, both parents of Elizabeth I are now shown to be Black.

      So in fact the final scene was a typical Black on Black murder.

      Henry VIII had a Black Heart and was related to the Black Prince.


  5. taffman says:

    There are many, many, more people getting in to the country illegally than our government is prepared to admit while our defence forces do nothing .
    Never in the history of our nation have of our armed forces stood by and done nothing while under a Tory Government, and that’s a government that is deliberately hiding it.


  6. Tabs says:

    BBC1 Question Time having a p!ssing contest over who cares the most about Naomi Osaka’s mental illness. All the panelists are too scared to question Osaka’s claims.

    Personally I think any tennis player who cannot attend the major competitions due to mental health needs to find another career but the panelists pretty much all agreed that she can take as much time off as she wants and award her first place in the missed competition because “she is so brave”.

    There is no debate and no differing opinions on Question Time anymore which make very boring and predicatable viewing.


    • Mustapha Sheikup al-Beebi says:

      I don’t listen to The World Tonight (Radio 4 22:00) very often now. Tonight I did … and regretted it. Every issue covered was reported in a biased way.

      Presented by James Coomarasamy, the 45-minute broadcast touched on Denmark’s decision to process immigration outside of Europe and make it harder to get in there. A woman called Bendiksen (spelling?) of some body called “Refugees Welcome” (no bias there then) was predictably critical and stated that the immigrant numbers were much lower now, as if that meant there could no longer be any problem! No questions from James C about how many have already been allowed in or what problems they have brought, naturally.

      There were moans about Portugal being moved from green to amber Covid/travel status and the BBC managed to find holiday makers to bash the government. The Napier Barracks had been condemned by an inquiry as unsuitable for migrants, they told us with delight, but these premises were good enough for British soldiers until recently and the BBC never bothered about them of course.

      There was a predictably biased section on sports concussion injuries in the US NFL, with the US contributor crying racism regarding assessment of mental decline due to brain damage. There seemed to have been assumptions about average IQs behind official measurement of any loss of cognition – perish the thought that there might be measurable differences in average IQs between different races. And if 70% of the very well-paid players are Black, then that ethnic group will both benefit and, later, suffer more than Whites.

      They finished with more agenda: a girl “doing a Greta” at some graduation in Texas, speaking emotionally about a new law in that state basing the limit for abortions on whether a heart-beat is detected in the foetus. Of course the BBC is always pro-abortion, putting the women’s rights side of the issue and no other, and reporting that Hilary Clinton had praised the girl. The spurious link between girls’ academic/school endeavours and women’s “right to choose”, went unquestioned as the programme neared the end.

      The BBC position on every topic was predictable and there was hardly any effort at balance. If they want to justify their funding by the television poll tax, then they must allow more of a range of views.


      • Scroblene says:

        Some years ago, my firm had a term contract for all MOD property in SE Kent, including all these barracks.

        The work which went into them was exemplary, as back then, the old PSA Staff had a lot of pride in their work, and so did we. The Military were also well satisfied.

        The illegal immigrants are bloody lucky to even get a tent if they just surf up here, expecting a hotel and benefits and cost us all a fortune because their ‘yewmin roights’ are in jeopardy. The barracks are perfectly good enough for their attempt to gain asylum (or just try and cheat the system, more like), and it doesn’t help when they trash them like they did.

        It’s getting worse now, as we have such a weak PM and weaker Home Sec, who aren’t helped by the softies who ‘welcome’ all this illegal entry.

        BTW, the huge Young Offenders place near Maidstone is still very, very empty…


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      The last person to offer an honest opinion on Question Time was Laurence Fox, as a result of which he was cancelled and lost his acting career.


  7. JohnC says:

    Birmingham stabbing: Two more charged with murder of Dea-John Reid
    I read this week he was stabbed by a group of white men.
    ‘George Khan’ sounds an awful lot more like the Major of London than a white man.
    Never mind eh ?. Error in favour of the house.


  8. tomo says:

    An ongoing series

    What do “they” know – and when did they know it?



    • Doublethinker says:

      I think this confirms what many of us have long suspected. But the thing which I find most interesting is why the ultra liberal and Woke Vanity Fair has decided to tell the truth. Has the liberal left decided to take up arms against China? If so why? Surely this could rebound on Biden on whom the Chinese have all the goods. It also justifies what the bad orange man was saying last year which I would have thought was the very last thing they would want. I am very confused as to the reason for this sudden change of tack by the MSM.


  9. taffman says:

    Soon, the only people allowed to travel will be foreign ‘dinghy divers’.


  10. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – the Bee Lady is working hard but are we a nation of slackers?

    Martha presenting again today, I think she has done a Mishal and done the whole week. Cheers for the Bee Lady, the Beeb’s Party Girl. For several days this week, the BBC have been pushing the idea that employers are unable to find workers for their vacancies. This, of course, due to Brexit. This drove me to check the unemployment figures because I had an idea that there were 1.5m people without work and living on Universal Credit, over which the Socialists have much angst.

    Just refreshing my memory led me to this – by the ONS

    Just refreshing my memory led me to this – by the BBC

    The BBC are not representing the true picture – again – in their broadcasts or on their web-site. There are plenty of unemployed people for the vacancies statistic which curiously is omitted from this BBC piece on their web-site here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57349802


    • Guest Who says:

      Mishal will be back. Martha…. maybe not…


      • Fedup2 says:

        Well if they reflect the accent from my ‘region ‘ it is likely to be urdu or polish or some Nigerian tribe …


      • Up2snuff says:

        Guest, our Martha the Bee Lady can probably do two or three regional accents – if Sussex has a regional accent. Irish through origin and Suffolk by residency at the very least.


  11. Fedup2 says:

    A bit of Toady … but declaration – I’m a rebel currently in a PCR amber place in the Med . Listening to the BBC attitude to Portugal -they don’t seem to know which way to go . So I will .

    This is Gov. Thinking .

    ‘Right – we made a mistake making Portugal green . So let’s amber it – even though you had to take a test before coming back as a green .

    So when shall we make Portugal amber again ? Now ? No . Tomorrow ? No ? Sunday ? No Monday then ? No . What about 4am Tuesday ? Yes that sounds like a plan.’…

    Meanwhile thousands of british cram onto full up planes to stand in dangerous border queues waiting to get into their country whilst some jobsworth border farce yob treats them like dirt ( been there done that )

    So those punters in Portugal have to stay out longer or scramble to get back the swerve the 10 quarantine but even worse – the £125 ish tests … no discount … no free tests ….

    What can we learn from this ?
    The government isn’t led by numbers – it is led by fear . The vaccine programme hasn’t meant much change for a lot of people and the NHS is still bitching about problems of its own making – and always will .

    And I won’t even mention that they allowed a football match involving 2 English teams to go ahead with plane loads of football supporters to go out to watch it – in Portugal .

    The government has finally lost touch with reality and the need to give people choice and freedom back – rather than looking at iffy graphs and finding new threats – and listening to ever pessimistic ‘experts ‘ .

    I think if I was in Portugal I’d try and stay there but I know for families it is a huge expense and disruption ….the least thr govt could do is offer free tests to those forced to return now .

    As for me – if my country is moved from amber to red – I’m not coming back ….

    Just more widely – isn’t it weird that legitimate Uk citizens are subject to such extreme rules but illegitimate arrivals in the UK – via dinghies- get a free ride – free tests – free accommodation – and free court cases ?

    Declaration – I wrote this before looking at the ‘leader ‘ in the telegraph – which says the same in fewer words …


    • Up2snuff says:

      Fed, it is known as Quantitative Easing for Airlines and Airports as they can jack up prices for travellers who are desperate for some reason to avoid avoiding going back to work after an overseas holiday. Most Brits would, I would have thought, be delighted to ‘phone in ‘sick’ for another ten to fouteen days off work.


  12. Guest Who says:

    So there’s something to bbc education story photo selection after all?


  13. Guest Who says:

    It’s positively Darwinian.


    • Guest Who says:

      All got on the telly. Smiling.


      • BRISSLES says:

        I wonder, (while the Portuguese are sobbing into their Port) is the UK the only country to visit Portugal ??? we’re hearing that they are/have got ready for the British to visit, and are now ‘devasted’ – ‘shattered’ that they have been reduced to Amber status.

        Um, so what about the populations of all the other European countries ? don’t THEY ever visit Portugal ?


        • Up2snuff says:

          Brissles, my dear old thing (well, it is the cricket season – it’s raining at Lords) once upon a time the Portugese were desperate to keep … ummhh … bit delicate this …….. er, how can I put it? .. ummhhh …. some Roaming EUropeans nudge nudge 😉 😉 out of Portugal.


  14. AsISeeIt says:

    There’s news and there’s hypotenuse… or is that high potty news?

    Ahh, the geometry of the politcally correct…

    Overseas travel is the big news story today: ‘Summer holidays plunged into chaos. No green light for thousands of families’ – complains the Mail.

    The Express ups the ante by a factor of a thousand: ‘Summer holiday blow for millions’

    The freebie Metro is concise: ‘Britain is grounded’

    But while we’re throwing numbers out there the Mirror suggests us Brits may actually approve such restrictions: ‘Mirror poll reveals 81% back isolation for everyone on UK return’

    But of course our government don’t really believe their own scaremongering: ‘Tourists in Portugal are told to get home by Tuesday or quarantine’ – because the virus is set to get really serious on Wednesday, right?

    And of course our friends on the continent will retaliate tit for tat: ‘EU blocks UK, too’ (Metro) – it’s almost as though this were coordinated.

    Fear not, there’s smiles to be had in the news – or a good old British chuckle – in the case of woke culture: ‘Curators in Bristol considered displaying the the toppled statue of Edward Colston at 45 degrees to avoid causing offence’ (Times)

    Call me obtuse, but with Britons banned from overseas travel, I’m now angling for some amusing oblique reference to illegal immigration at this point, and sure enough the co-signs are there on the Times frontpage: ‘Troubled waters. The Border Force has equipped its officers with jet skis to patrol the English Channel after an increase in the number of migrants crossing to Britain’

    What’s that cost us?

    I think it was BBC comic Paul Merton who bemoaned the fact that as a youngster he had imagined in the future we would all leap about on jet packs, but sadly this utopia never materialised.

    As I recall the French recently unveiled a military jetpack in a big display in front of President Macron – so I guess the French authorities with their jetpacks can now hand over migrants to our lot, mounted on their jet skis, mid-channel, in a far more high tech futuristic looking opperation.

    It’s worth making a serious point here. I’m prepared to accept the surprising self-restricting results of the Mirror poll on three basis. One: the British population realise instinctively there’s been injustice and idiocy in our lockdown quarantining us internally without our goverment ever seriously or effectively closing the border.

    Two: the reverse Three Musketeers factor – all for one and all for me – when asked we all claim we would want higher taxes, but just for the other guy.

    Three: we do seem to have been conditioned to desire to be told what to do.

    For example: ‘Don’t boo the knee. Southgate hits back at England fans’ (‘i’)

    Ahh, Gareth Southgate. He may not be a great football tactician and you just know his team will choak against the first stiff opposition we face but this morning you get a sense of why he’s exactly the sort of man the FA chose for the job. He’s rather a good politician. He can speak out of both sides of the mouth at the same time. In addition to criticising fans who boo taking the knee meanwhile in the Telegraph he suggests: ‘My players could stop taking the knee’ – well that’s as clear as mud, Gareth.

    Ahh the beautiful game: ‘World cup host “funnelled millions of dollars to terrorists” (Times) – I’ve news for the Times – Qatar funnelled a few bob to UEFA so as to get chosen as World Cup hosts.

    They say of rugby it’s a thug’s game played by gentlemen. Soccer is a gentleman’s game administered by thugs. Greedy international ones.

    Speaking of the dirty game of international sport – as we’re all confined to our staycation at Stop-at-Home on Wndowsill Bay this year watch out for this crap on the TV: ‘Games on. Tokyo Olympics will go ahead’ (‘i’)

    But so many of us do like to do as we’re told. Even if it results in a dog’s life.

    ‘Born to do it – why dogs listen to us’ (‘i’)

    ‘Stonewall tells employers to drop the term “mother” to gain boost in equality stakes’ (Telegraph) – the approved alternative we learn is “parent who has given birth”

    So when you pop into the local bakers to pick up a white cut loaf (is that word white still permissible?) don’t be surprised to find a loaf of Parent Who Has Given Birth Pride.

    All your parent and baby goods are of course available retail on the high street from Parent Who Has Given Birth Care.

    And after all that shopping you’ll need a stiff drink – perhaps a gin, or as we like to call it Parent Who Has Given Birth Ruin.


  15. Guest Who says:

    BBC Money Shot News


    • JohnC says:

      I suppose it’s just a coincidence that this story is getting all this follow up when none of the other stabbings do.
      Or maybe they have latched onto it because of the racist slurs by white people somebody says they heard.
      What a shame one is called ‘Khan’. Spoils an otherwise perfect anti-white racist agenda piece which could go on for weeks.


  16. Guest Who says:

    Remember when Boris did, back in the day.

    Or Pete Buttgieg did, more recently? No? Maybe the bbc did not cover it.


  17. Guest Who says:



    Was he ditched because he did not ‘av a proppa banging’ accent, innit?

    Or was it the work rate and rampant bias?


  18. Guest Who says:

    When the the bbc sticks a ‘fact’ at the end, check.

    When the ‘fact’ is from the UN, double check.


  19. Guest Who says:

    OT but WaPo is bbc Naaaaaa BS RT priority.

    They really did not think this one through.

    Maybe Mr. Southgate can explain?


  20. Guest Who says:

    The BBC reach amongst the young is amazing.


  21. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2 – careless talk which costs lives is being amended?

    Possibly. It is interesting. To Snuffy’s mind (some would say warped mind) variant is the language of germ/chemical warfare whereas mutation is the language of virology. Think back to the poisoning of the Skripals by a Novichok, a ‘new thing’ (it is what the Russian novi chok means) in germ/chemical warfare. That was a ‘variant’ and a fairly poor one at that, judging by the outcomes. One thing we also know is that during the Pandemic No.10 has been talking, and listening in return, to Porton Down, the UK’s germ/chemical warfare establishment.

    I’m listening to Tucker Carlson (see tomo’s post above) as I write. I have also just listened to Robert Jenrick, Secretary of state for Housing Communities and Local Government in the Prime Interview slot on TOADY at 8.10. It was noticed by me that suddenly ‘variant’ was now being mixed with ‘mutation’ by Robert Jenrick in the language used when talking about the Covid virus(es). ‘Variant’ has been dominant ever since the PM used the word in public. Now not so dominant.

    Vhairrhy hinteresting.

    Am I being schtoopid? Am I seeing a careless slip and misuse of scientific language as being much more significant than it is? Maybe. I can believe that.

    But I do wonder ‘out loud’ whether Porton Down used that word ‘variant’ in a call to the PM without warning him he must say ‘mutation’ in public. It could of course be a careless use of language by someone at Porton relaying the information from one of their scientists to the PM.

    Snuffy, when possible, will keep an ear to the BBC for future developments.


    • JimS says:

      Civil servants used to take a pride in using the correct word or sticking to an approved phrase and a wise minister keeps to that language when making a public statement.

      The reason for that is what they say is (nearly) always true but the ‘take’ of the media and ultimately the public isn’t.

      ‘Value for money’ is a classic civil service phrase. People think it means getting something at a good price, the civil service mean that they used a process called ‘Achieving Value for Money’ to place the order. There will be a massive paper trail to prove that this has been done, so it is true, while at the same time it can be patently obvious to everyone that we have a ‘pig in a poke’.


  22. vlad says:

    While the Biden Broadcasting Corporation fall over themselves praising Biden’s proposed vaccine rollout to the developing world, they make no acknowledgment of Trump’s warp speed manufacture of the vaccine in the first place which allows Biden to grandstand his virtue.


    • Up2snuff says:

      I noticed yesterday on TOADY, vlad, but didn’t have time to post that Ghana was talked about in the first forty minutes or so of the programme. This was in relation to the ‘rich’ countries in the world being required to give their vaccines to the ‘poor’ countries in the world. Ghana, if I recall correctly is one of the richer nations in Africa but was described by either a spokesperson or a Beeboid as having a poor health system. The implication that Ghana was poor and in a ‘poorly way’, too.

      If you look at the Johns Hopkins list of Covid affected nations, however, you get a rather different picture of Ghana than that presented by the BBC, Gordon Brown or a charity spokesperson. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-51235105


      • StewGreen says:

        I used to live in Ghana … it was riven with Aids, malaria and corruption.
        thus foreign firms didn’t want to buy Ghanaian currency, thus the value of local currency was very low, thus imports were super expensive.
        Generally people were happier than in the UK
        And basically people didn’t pay for land & food. Live in a shack and collect free food from the jungle and sea.

        One cultural thing was that nurses saw themselves as an elite and patients as a burden, the health system didn’t work well.
        UK/EU corruption also flowed in, firms would charge you to take away your CFC filled fridge.. then then put in on a boat to Ghana and sold it to them.

        Now things should be a little different cos it has its own oil
        However it might be difficult to distribute vaccines fairly as things tend to flow through village nobility, area, regional nobility etc.


        • Up2snuff says:

          When was that, Stew? Things have changed a lot in the 21st Century. Children of a friend of mine who is Ghanaian (a couple were in my Youth Group) have gone back. They got jobs in the UK learned skills, banking, airlines, tourism, hotels and have returned to rebuild the country. Their assesmment would have mirrored yours twenty years ago but things can change fast, especially if you get a good government.

          Then there is mutual enterprise. This is taking off all over Africa but Ghana was in the forefront. When that Icelandic volcano erupted a few years ago and brought havoc to air travel one of the areas hit were Ghana co-operatives that were banding together to export fruit and vegetable produce to the UK and Europe.

          Ghana has oil but it also has gold and other minerals. I seem to recall the Government might be led by a Christian at present but cannot be certain. Certainly my friend Mary’s children are Christians or at least have that grounding in their upbringing.

          In nearby Nigeria, richest country in Africa, Goodluck Jonathan did not last long as leader. Oil has almost been a burden and a massive source of corruption for Nigeria; I hope that that does not turn out to be true for Ghana also.


          • StewGreen says:

            97/98 .. The whole reason I went their was cos of stories that Ghana was changing
            That was a fiction then
            I see tales today of $200/month salary
            that is a hundred times more than before, but is hardly prosperity
            I see it’s listed as 60th poorest country by GDP
            and that 56% of people live on less than $5.50 day

            I’ve been to plenty of places where I can live on less than that.
            eg hotels at £1/day


    • JohnC says:

      The complete about-face for the Wuhan lab story is gold.
      Absolutely shameless.


      • Old Goat says:

        …but highly suspicious – what else is going on? Why is it suddenly OK to mention Fauci on social media? Why are the MSM now spinning it?

        A distraction, I think.


  23. StewGreen says:

    Local radio this morning
    7:25 “Friends of our show EMS, who tackle *food poverty* in Hull”
    Presenter ” I am *vegan*”

    7:35 – “A fantastic campaign : #HerGameToo *Sexism in football*”
    Guest “yes I went on forums and comments were terrible, people saying ‘SHE doesn’t know what she is talking about’ ”
    Presenter “You work in journalism *If you are not a straight white male, you are going to get grief*
    that comes with the territory”
    … (In his bubbleworld he thinks it’s only special-victimhood groups that get grief on social media, when in fact it is everyone, cos SM is like a school playground)

    7:48 “Over to our Make a Difference desk journo “Our BBC campaign Make a Difference Happy Heads …about children and well being”

    7:50 Newspaper review
    with Vikki Koshoni – Kukuwa African Dance Fitness Instructor (The presenter is also black)
    “Now you’ve picked ‘Hull hotter; than Madrid’ ..eh that’s global warming”
    (to be honest he didn’t go into a lecture)

    7:55 Roving Reporter :”Here I am with the donut woman, but I can’t eat them cos I am *vegan*”
    Switch to commercial station
    8am.. “Here’s the news sponsored by Lincolnshire *Eco-solutions*”


    • StewGreen says:

      Oh the newspaper reviewer guest’s business is called The Green Gang Family ..it’s about alternative medicine etc.


    • StewGreen says:

      9:05 Campaigning group to get *women cycling*
      (long recorded piece)

      then BBC trailer voiced by black guy for “BBCiPlayer”


      • TrickCyclist says:

        Oh for crap’s sake!
        As a cyclist of some 30+ years I get sick and tired of these endless initiatives to encourage cycling.
        From experience it seems to me that adults who cycle in Britain fall into the same broad categories as gun-owners in the States – enthusiasts and criminals!
        If someone has to give you incentives to ride a bike, you’ll be giving it up the first time you get a puncture/get a soaking/fall off.


  24. vonrecht says:

    ‘Natives, ruins and class’ by some Hip Hop artist – “book of the week” on R4, is quickly switched off. It’s all about the N….. word used by whites for all sorts of horrible purposes, and ‘white supremacist perversion’. The tone is as aggressive as the stacatto assault that is hip hop ‘music’. Has this really been tolerated ALL WEEK?
    The BBC White Guilt project is in full swing on R4.
    Have just listened to a black lady (who else?) on Desert Island disks, the programme before said hip hop ‘artist’. She promoted self-reliance, which is a good thing, but you can guess the rest. Who the baddies were…
    It is almost impossible now, to switch on R4 and NOT come across the White Guilt project in full swing.
    Is that what the essentially white licence-fee payers are supposed to finance? Their own self flaggelation?
    Combine that with the lorryloads and boatloads of ‘migrants’ that arrive daily (and immediate start to complain, demand, and sue, instead of displaying any vestiges of gratitude), and you start getting the picture.
    Its not only about self-flaggelation; it’s also about self-destruction.
    Unsurprisingly, this self-destruction is taking place under a “conservative” government with an 80 seat majority. One hates to think what would be happening under Surkeer the Kneeler?
    Or is there actually a difference between these two parties?
    Either way, the BBC is clearly the ‘tip of the Spear and R4 the very tip of the tip. High time this set-up is closed dwn.e


    • JimS says:

      If ‘whiteness’ is so toxic then Africa and Asia must be doing really well.

      If immigration is so good why aren’t Africa and Asia clambering for their quota?

      Perhaps it is like schooling? The advocates of comprehensive schools always insist that grammar schools be abolished, i.e. we only have comprehensive schools so there is nothing else to make a comparison with.

      Eventually we will all be N***ers and all will be equal!


    • StewGreen says:

      @Vonrecht accuses Radio4 of BLM and BAME agenda pushing today
      let’s look at the schedule

      Later in the day *white males* do feature
      but tend to be metroliberal or victim groups
      Evan Davies, Andy Zaltzman, Former LibDem leader Paddy Ashdown


      • StewGreen says:

        Oh missed some things
        13:45 Life story of mixed race girl who got pregnant at 13, got into gang culture, then got out.

        14:00 the Archers, has white people, but they are all alcoholics and losers
        14:15 drama serial ..seems very black London thing

        14:45 Zheng He: The Admiral Goes to Africa
        The Muslim sailor whose epic maritime voyages created new routes for trade and influence.


  25. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Word of the week.


    All those scientists and politicians we hear and see are using this word a lot.

    If all it takes to keep the lockdown and travel restrictions in place is a new variant then we will be locked down until the end of time.


    • theisland says:

      If ‘caution’ is the watchword then it should be exercised in the Channel.
      Politicians should be consistent or we might start to question their motives.
      Therefore border farce etc. must be instructed NOT to pick up any ‘migrants’ from small boats or the water in any circumstances. You just don’t know who they are.
      Best to err on the side of caution, eh?


  26. Ian Rushlow says:

    Discredited ‘scientist’ Neil Ferguson is back on Toady, claiming that the Indian variant is made-up-scary-number-percent more transmissible than the Kent variant. However, the way to think of this is to imagine driving on the motorway at 60mph. Behind you there is a gap, followed by a number of cars all driving at 61mph. They will seem to be moving at basically the same speed as yourself, but after a while they will eventually overtake you. This is how virus variants behave, and the slight of hand implied by the BBC and the ‘scientists’ is that ‘more transmissible = more dangerous’. Which may or may not be the case, but does not automatically follow.

    In other news, the Chinese government has complained about the new system of naming the killer mutants variants using the Greek alphabet i.e. Alpha, Beta, Gamma etc. They point out that they invented the virus and therefore Chinese ideograms should be used to describe the offshoots, meaning the Indian one should be referred to as 四.


  27. vonrecht says:

    A farm attack took place on 3 June at Gqeberha, (possibly ex-Port Elizabeth?) where an elderly woman was assaulted and robbed on her farm, according to ‘South Africa Today News’. Now, this was one extremely lucky lady. Am I contradicting myself?
    Not at all. It appears she escaped torture and then murder, the far more common procedure against mostly white farmers and their families. At Muldersdrif, a man was simply shot dead on his farm, the day before; nothing was taken, as they couldn’t force open the security gate through which they shot him.
    Many hundreds, probably thousands, of white farmers have been murdered over the past few years, many after being hideously tortured. But then, as Greg Dyke (when he was BBC DG) assured us some years ago, they were ‘hideously’ white. So there you go.
    Just don’t fall for the BBC ‘decolonisation’/aren’t whites terrible narrative, ‘maybe they should be replaced from elsewhere’ narrative, they currently saturate us with.
    It is all part of project ‘White Guilt’, now in full swing at the BBC. By the time they’re finished with you, you will be only too happy to hand over all your stuff, realising you don’t deserve any of it. It will be part of your role in ‘decolonisation’. They have already started by knocking down all your statues and rewriting your History.
    In fact, until yesterday when I saw an onscreen ad for a movie, I had no idea even Ann of Boelyn was black!
    I have no problem with any decently behaved person who is black; I have a big problem with the BBC Marxist narrative, pushing blacks forward as part of the white guilt project.


    • vlad says:

      2 reasons the Black Broadcasting Corp remain silent about the ethnic cleansing going on in SA.

      1) The obvious: wrong narrative. Blacks robbing, torturing and murdering? Not on MY news bulletin.

      2) The psychological: deep in their black hearts (pardon pun), the typical beeboid actually feels the white Boers deserve what they’re getting, so it’s not such a terrible crime.


    • StewGreen says:

      Gqeberha is the New Name for Port Elizabeth
      South Africa has never been as simple as black vs whites
      There are 5 groups of blacks, 2 groups of coloureds and 2 groups of whites.
      Traditionally coloured on coloured violence was the worst.


    • Northern Voter says:

      Serving in the RN in the mid 70’s we had occasion to visit Port Elizabeth showing the flag, 50 of the crew were invited “up homers” ie to stay with local families. We travelled on a narrow guage railway into the Caroo and were met by the families that were putting us up for the 5 days. The farm I and my 3 oppo’s stayed at was owned by an Englishman from Bristol and his wife was an Afrikaans lady. A very nice couple. All the farm workers had a house, of breeze block. George the farmer had a black foreman, who had a car. All the workers wives were employed by Elizabeth, the farmers wife, in the running of a catering company. All the workers were given a “slochter” (a sheep slaughtered) a month, new shorts and shirts at Christmas boots every second Christmas, none of them ever seemed to dislike George and his wife. I shudder to think what that lovely place has become now.


  28. gb123 says:

    Definition of Media Journalist .
    Old School: Someone who writes articles or presents based on own research, verification of facts, and cross checking counter opinions.
    New School, as typified by BBC : Someone looks at Twitter from their desk, puts it in quotes and add their hive option. Also makes up facts based on nothing or omits facts that don’t fit the agenda. Puts it in carefully crafted headlines to avoid legal issues.


  29. Guest Who says:

    Twitter engagements tend to happen fairly fast.

    Here’s the Jugend wing, more prescient than expected.

    Probably still in bed.


  30. pugnazious says:

    Amazing…Adrian Chiles wheels in a scientist to trash the lockdown sceptics. Didn’t he?

    The BBC, you may have noticed, has been promoting the lockdown lobby voices…usually a ‘Professor This’ of a ‘Professor That’ and then claims that dissident voices calling for lockdown to be lifted more quickly are mere politicians [Tory] and greedy capitalists in travel companies. The moral highground is granted to the ‘scientists’.

    Chiles repeated this exercise in manipulating perceptions by having what we were led to believe was a scientist, a Matthew Taylor, banging the drum for lockdown and in the other corner Tory MP Peter Bone who, when he’d had his short say, was rapidly trashed by a very intolerant and belligerent Taylor making very blatant political points…Chiles laughed and almost cheered him on claiming that this was a scientist against a politician….thus Taylor’s claims were more valid.

    Except of course Taylor is not a scientist…he’s a dyed in the wool Labour wonk, a once Labour councillor, failed wannabe Labour MP, someone who wrote the Labour manifesto and worked for Labour’s anti-Tory rebuttal unit…ie Labour’s propaganda unit.

    He will become Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation in summer 2021….which is basically a sort of ‘Union’ representing all NHS organisations…..not sure who appoints the CE but maybe another one of those Tory idiocies where they appoint people diametrically opposed to everything the Tories stand for to highly influential and powerful positions unlike Labour who ruthlessly purge Tories and other opponents and put in their own placemen.

    But definitely not a scientist whatever Chiles might claim….however he is a frequent guest on BBC programmes which seem to like his worldview….surprise surprise.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      ‘When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’

      ‘Can you give me some examples?’ asked Alice.

      ‘Indeed I can’, replied Humpty Dumpty. ‘I have totally redefined the meanings of scientist, journalist, expert and..’, he continued with a beaming look of pride on his face, ‘…even man and woman!’

      Alice thought about this for a moment, but before she could reply a gust of wind blew Humpty Dumpty off the wall and smashed him to pieces.

      With apologies to Lewis Carroll.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Was chiles already on the lash again ?


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      He’s Laurie Taylor’s son. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.


      • StewGreen says:

        “Matthew the renown Blairite platformed extensively on BBC.
        Matthews partner is Ruth Turner, Blair Foundation go-to girl.”


  31. StewGreen says:

    June 2nd Batley news
    where Jo Coxes sister expects to elected at the by-election


  32. pugnazious says:

    The BBC has always been very scornful and scathing about anyone who was reluctant to be vaccinated for whatever reason…until of course the BBC found that Bames were the most likely not to have the vaccination. The irony of that being that the BBC reported that this was often due to distrust in the [white] system and its inherent racism. Hmmm…and who has bred that distrust by filling their little heads with such ideas? The BBC itself.

    Now of course the BBC is less scathing and inclined to dismiss people who don’t want a vaccine as nutty conspiracy theorists and ‘anti-vaxxers’….now they’re more likely to be called ‘vaccine hesitant…a much less prejudiced or pointed line.

    However old ways die hard and last week we had on 5 Live someone who didn’t want to be vaccinated and he was given a stern lecture on how vital it was for the safety and health of everyone that he does so…after all no-one has died from the vaccine….man’s instant response was to mention that a BBC employee had in fact just died from blood clots immediately following her vaccination.
    BBC presenter, after stunned silence, dismissed this by saying it was just what her family were claiming…there’s no proven link.
    This was followed by another stern lecture to all listeners about the importance of being vaccinated and how safe they really were.

    If you’re black and ‘vaccine hesitant due to some incendiary ideas about race fed to you by the BBC itself that’s OK…if you’re white and an ‘anti-vaxxer’ because you saw someone had died immediately after being vaccinated you’re a dangerous fool.


  33. Fedup2 says:

    I ve mentioned here before that the BBC / guardian ( same groupthink) have been desperate to have a coloured kid killed by a whitee as a ‘racist ‘ event – preferably a plod but any whitee really

    Well it looks like theyve got one – the 14 year old killed in brum a couple of days ago

    Both the BBC and guardian have been pushing at the ‘ contempt of court ‘ line by reporting some aspects of case such as promoting the victim as a saint .

    Even more frustrating must be the announcement that the trial wont start until February – yes – february 2022…. Thats a lot of hate whitee under the bridge .

    Meanwhile plod in londonistan have released ridiculous pictures of the hyde park tribal stabbing ceremony from a couple of days ago . The yoofs who did it will laugh their bits off …


    • JohnC says:

      They will be so disappointed that the name of one of those charged is Khan. Upsets the narrative completely. If another one emerges who is not a whitee, expect the whole thing to go under the carpet.
      The elephant in the room here (which the BBC will not go anywhere near) is why this boy was targeted. No chance on Earth it was a random attack. He did something to make them angry.
      Already we getting follow up reports on the feelings of the family etc etc. We never get those when black people do the stabbing. The whole story is dropped after being reported once.
      Their double standards make me sick.


  34. StewGreen says:

    R4 coming up : “Does the consumer really get good advice on how to be green?”
    “Guilty about not being green enough ?”

    12:47 Kay Thompson in Derby growing her own veg
    “At university in mid-90s I did my dissertation on climate change,
    .. work for a charity part time ..single mum”
    “mostly I fail to be sustainable”
    “I try to reduce my car use, but its very difficult, I drive my 3 kids to school, using buses is unaffordable”
    “The gov is relying on people’s choices, the government needs to act instead”
    (She means IMPOSE on people more
    restrict their freedoms )
    Now guest from Circular and Co. “We use 17 tonnes per person, 3 planets worth”
    8pm R4 actually allows a non-woke on
    Ann Widdecombe is one of the panel on Any Questions
    she’s up against
    – Rachel Maclean Minister for the Future of Transport & Decarbonisation
    – Luke Pollard Shadow Environment Secretary
    – playwright James Graham wrote against Cummings
    James Graham has kind words for May and Corbyn’s Labour, but Brexit is a “poisonous, unhealthy arena” and Boris Johnson’s behaviour “inexcusable”


  35. Halifax says:

    I see that the UK has signed another trade pact with four countrys including Norway….The BBC says

    The UK has signed a post-Brexit trade deal with Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein, the government has announced.

    THhe agreement will be a major boost for trade between the four non-EU nations, which is already worth £21.6bn, UK minister Liz Truss said.
    She claimed it would boost sectors such as digital, and cut tariffs on UK farm products, such as cheese and meat.
    Britain is Norway’s main trading partner outside the EU.
    The UK government said reduced import tariffs on shrimps, prawns and haddock would cut costs for UK fish processing, helping to support jobs in Scotland, East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.


    Fishing crews have been “disastrously let down” by the government’s failure to reach a deal with Norway, UK Fisheries chief executive has said.

    UK fleets will not have access to Norway’s sub-Arctic seas, following the breakdown of UK-Norway negotiations.

    One trawler, which catches 10% of fish sold in chip shops, will be tied up for a year following the collapse in talks.

    The government said it had offered a “fair deal” but the two sides were “too far apart” to agree a deal this year.

    Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said fishing communities had been “betrayed by the prime minister”.

    The UK’s departure from the EU means it is no longer part of the European Common Fisheries Policy and instead negotiates with Norway directly over fishing catches.

    35 days after the above report we have access to the Norweigan waters……..Defund these anti British Woke t***ers now !!


    • Halifax says:

      I also note that they show pictures of WHITE fisherpersons. I wonder why they didnt use the BME trawler man seen on the Lloyds Bank advert????


      • StewGreen says:

        I suspect the EU factory-fishing trawlers have a lot of Asian/Filipino workers.


        • StewGreen says:

          Data from earlier years 2014 implies 10% of staff are from outside Europe, mostly from Philippines & Peru

          Feb 2021 news story “The fisherman who died after he went overboard from a local trawler off the Shetland Islands has been named by police.
          as Edison Joseph Carrera Lacaste, 45, from the Philippines.”


        • Fedup2 says:

          That’s one for the troll – actually – as well as terrorists – do trolls come from our bestist neighbour – Norway …?

          It must be real effer for the BBC to say anything about these trade deals because they do not have the interest or intellectual ability to examine them and tell punters whether they are any good .

          Wait a minute – fedup2 – WTF ? When would the traitor BBC ever describe any trade deal Blighty makes as being ‘good ‘? Silly me .


  36. StewGreen says:

    “I am a young white person in a wheelchair, so I am lucky to be the acceptable face of disability”
    the guest on R2 lunchtime
    It’s a TV gold line that Victoria Derbyshire curates
    as she sits in for Jeremy Vine


  37. pugnazious says:

    A relevant video, from 2016, for today as US states, Republican, want voters to show ID in order to vote. Democrats say this is racist as Blacks don’t have ID or don’t know how to get it and thus this suppresses the ‘Black vote’. Reality is that the Democrats don’t want it because a goodly number of their voters are probably illegal migrants…those infamous undocumented migrants so beloved of the BBC. If they had AK47s they’d be called ‘invaders’….tell me the difference as they refuse to learn English and try to turn the US into a version of the land they came from…ironically…and the same goes on here.

    Of course Blacks have ID and are not too stupid to be able to work out how to get it.


    • Jeff says:

      Those college kids are typical of patronising, middle class white liberals the world over. They’re not only bred in the United States, you can find plenty of them here. Often to be found working in the media, particularly the BBC, Channel 4 and The Guardian, etc…

      Although these folk clearly believe blacks are stupid, poverty stricken and just plain dumb, they’re also the sort of people who love calling others “racist”.

      They are the problem.


  38. pugnazious says:

    Fascinated to know of the BBC sports presenter who was so shocked at fans booing the taking of the knee by footballers takes the knee himself before every game….let’s see BBC newsreaders do it before every broadcast….sanctimonious pillocks.


  39. vlad says:

    “Jodie Turner-Smith comes to Meghan Markle’s defence…”

    How curious that all these totally colour-blind girlies seem to stick together – almost as if colour was the all-important factor.

    Meghan Duchess of Woke, Saint Oprah-of-the-Sofa, Serena Williams, Jodie Anne Boleyn, etc.


  40. StewGreen says:

    After the LGBT catfood above their is a new video from Belfield
    Kids TV 📺 LGBTQ Obsession 📦✅ Stop It, They’re Children!!!!
    + performer from BBC mainstream show is in court for domestic violence


  41. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #1 – well, that is interesting

    Jonny ‘Disjointed’ Dymond presenting and there was much more talk of mutations, heretofore strangely absent from the BBC airwaves when talking about viruses. Oh, and the BBC appears to have a new Health Correspondent (yet another, Brenda from Bristol will be getting excited, ‘Calm down, dear’), one called Jim Reed. Amazing what you can do by way of employment when you have a guaranteed income of over £3bn.

    Do you realise, BBC, that you are depriving some poor pub landlord, restaurant manager or hotel owner or manager of a much needed worker? Shame on you.


  42. StewGreen says:

    R4 drama despite the fact the series is badged as BBC Scotland the actors/dialogue sounds like London black people
    The lead actor Iain de Caestecker is white Brazilian but he has that accent as well
    stars black actors Siena Kelly, Don Gilét
    Matthew Needham, Jack Rowan (white guys)
    Divian Ladwa (mixed race)

    With thanks to Dr Joel Busher at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, University of Coventry.


  43. Thoughtful says:

    Looks like CNN is going to get some severe questioning after Alan Dershowitz began a legal action against them for slandering him, after they doctored a tape to make it appear he said the opposite to what he actually said.

    This case could have far reaching consequences for lying media as it would set a precedent case that the news media could no longer lie or misrepresent politicians or other subjects in their output.


    • Fedup2 says:

      A definite popcorn job- I wonder what ‘story’ CNN will come up with to explain the gap in the tape – ? Maybe they’ll ‘do a Nixon ‘ and claim a secretary did it ?

      Elsewhere – still no sign of the BBC report promised this week on Bashir being in re hired by the BBC as ‘religious editor ‘ – talk about giving the devil the keys to the safe …


  44. Guest Who says:

    Was hoping each tower got its own HarrabinCrow to go ‘boo’.

    Anyhoo… #CCBGB


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      The best way to protect birds from these devices is to use a reliable source of energy such as nuclear, gas or coal.


  45. taffman says:

    “She” still looks like a man to me ?……………..


    • Guest Who says:

      As a man my knowledge of what makes a woman happy is subject to correction, but that face does not exactly convey a state of chipperness, no matter what bits are in, out, waggling or under review.


  46. Philip_2 says:

    One of the previous posters (on Wednesday at Biased BBC) made a link to the current state of a petition to Defund the BBC petition. It was then 1,600 which I signed. Today (friday) in another News blog (same link) it is now has 6,778 signatures.!!!


    At some point the BBC will have to be de-funded. Despite (previous) governments think(ing) its the prize pig-in-the-poke, its an embarrassment for most of the UK and nothing ‘British’ about it. It does NOT even pay its fair share of UK Corporate taxes. It has to go.


  47. taffman says:

    I understand that Ex PM Major is calling for Foreign Aid to be reinstated ?
    Foreign Aid – Robbing the poor of a rich country to give to the rich of a poor country.

    The British people want foreign aid cut.
    The British want illegal invasion stopped .
    The British people want the Telly Tax abolished.
    When will MPs listen to the people ?


  48. Philip_2 says:

    This is interesting. the wonderful Hilary Clinton paid a private agency to find dirt on Trump. This is a new book on the secret word of privates investigators. Its a long article, so this is the snip of it…

    Private spies are the puppetmasters of the modern political smear
    Ahead of the 2016 US presidential election, his outfit, Fusion GPS, was paid by Hillary Clinton’s campaign to look into Donald Trump’s Russia ties. Fusion in turn hired Christopher Steele, a former M16 Moscow desk chief who ran his own private eye firm in London. Steele then produced what would later become infamous as the “Steele dossier”, which claimed that Russia’s FSB had a covertly-filmed video showing Trump watching two prostitutes urinating on a bed in a Moscow hotel room.

    Simpson touted the “Pee Tape” claims – which Trump denied – widely among his old journalistic networks. Many in the anti-Trump camp seized on it as proof – courtesy of a seasoned ex-spy – that the Kremlin had blackmail material on the president. Sceptics, though, wondered how Steele, who had left M16 years before, would have found out something that had eluded both the CIA and the FBI. And when FBI agents finally tracked down Steele’s top “Kremlin source”, the man told them most of it was hearsay, which he claimed Steele had exaggerated.

    The Pee Tape, in other words, was yet another dodgy dossier – just like the one about Iraq’s WMD in 2003.

    And we do know that Biden supporters ‘somehow’ tampered with the voting machines. With or without the ‘spooks’ in the shadows of power.



  49. Guest Who says:

    Envy of the world.


  50. Kaiser says:


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