Start The Week 26 July 2021

The BBC now in full Olympics mode – offering the pretence of being British . The coverage has not been going too well up to now. Meanwhile Project Fear is in full flow as the swamp goes on holiday .

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  1. StewGreen says:

    8:25pm GBnews they are digging into the Hatun Tash attack by bringing on Brendan O’Neil who wrote a Spiked article today.
    The presenter is pretending that no one has never heard of Hatun
    or previous issues at Speaker’s Corner.

    Brendan “This is a major story that has been ignored except by GBnews and the Mail”


    • StewGreen says:

      The lefties turn their backs on Hatun
      cos they feel it’s not useful bandwagon to ride their to further their agendas.


    • JohnC says:

      Speakers’ Corner: Counter-terrorism police probe knife attack
      The force said while its investigation was being led by Counter Terrorism Command, “the incident is not being treated as terrorism-related”.
      ‘Terrorism-related in this case meaning ‘No emails directly from ISIS have been found’.
      ‘”Inquiries are ongoing and we continue to keep an open mind about possible motives,” it added.’
      So a Muslim approaches a woman wearing a T-Shirt with a Charlie Hebdo logo who ‘seeks to preach the Christian Gospel to Muslims’ and tries to stab her multiple times and they are keeping an open mind about possible motives ?.
      Let me help save some time: Attempted murder due to Islamic hatred and intolerance’ is the motive. You’re welcome.
      They are even using the same ‘cafe near speakers corner’ picture as yesterday. Which is odd as there are plenty of the woman laid on the ground covered in blood available.


  2. StewGreen says:

    There is a long article, from the UK’s main Christian news magazine.

    Nov 2020 she gets yet another Osman warning
    , which is issued by police to the potential victim of a death threat:
    “The police are aware that you continue to attend Speaker’s Corner to express your religious views.
    By doing this, you are putting yourself at significant risk of harm from others.
    The police advise you to stop attending Speaker’s Corner, and/or expressing any views of this nature…”

    This time she moved away from her adopted family, cos the Osman warning mentioned they were at risk too.

    It’s clear the threats and oppression make Hatun feel she is like Jesus.


    • Lefty Wright says:

      I am not religeous but I believe that in today’s Britain even the Rev. Billy Graham would have feared for his life had he been permitted to visit our once great country.


    • Banania says:

      “It’s clear the threats and oppression make Hatun feel she is like Jesus.”
      Not a bad feeling to have.


  3. vlad says:

    Congratulations GB News!

    The only channel to give coverage to the disgusting attack on Christian preacher Hatun Tash at Speakers’ Corner.

    GB News doesn’t just cover the story: they also praise the speaker for her bravery, raise the issue of free speech and islam, and shame the other broadcasters for ignoring the story.

    Well done Colin Brazier, and well done Brendan O’Neill of Spiked, for daring to go where the foul, wretched, cowardly BBC daren’t.

    Link below, and the relevant clip starts at 20:24 on their clock.

    P.S. While I was writing this post StewGreen covered the same, above. Doesn’t matter: needs repeating.


  4. StewGreen says:

    Now GBnews are now discussing “How does Maitlis get away with it ?”

    “They won’t sack her cos her Prince Andrew interview proves she’s good as Paxman”


    • JohnC says:

      I imagine that in the Halls of the BBC building she struts around like a God.
      And after watching Keunssberg posturing and staring downwards with a furrowed brow as she tried to milk every drop of self-promotion out of questioning Cummings, I suspect she does too.
      And of course they get away with much more because they are women and the BBC are sexist.
      If Maitlis was pale and stale, she would be sacked by now.


  5. Halifax says:

    A man whose wife and nine-year-old son died in Loch Lomond at the weekend has told how he desperately tried to save them, despite being unable to swim.

    Waris Ali’s wife, Edina Olahova, 29, their son, Rana Haris Ali, and family friend, 39-year-old Muhammad Asim Riaz all died in the incident at Ardlui on Saturday.

    So before any inquest or inquiry he is a hero…..why .???


    • Halifax says:

      The way things are going with these Olympics (all whitey winners) the BBC will soon politicise it to show that whitey gets better sponsorship and opportunities……just wait.


    • StewGreen says:

      @Halifax steady on mate.
      The guy has just had 3 close ones die right in front of him


      • JohnC says:
        The guy and his family are not the issue here.
        What IS the issue is that we seem to be witnessing a new tactic. We had the ridiculous nationwide coverage about the 11 year old who got a train to London and now this.
        It looks to me that the BBC are using these events to emotionally pressure everyone to identify and empathise with Muslim ‘victims’ by using their grief and anguish. Thousands of 11 year olds run away and dozens of people have drowned in this latest heatwave alone yet these get special, lengthy articles absolutely laden with emotion.
        Then we have the woman at speakers corner being stabbed because of Islamic hatred and intolerance who barely got a mention.
        It looks to me like the BBC’s latest psychological ‘trick’ to push the agenda – and if it is, they have moved up a gear and it’s the absolute lowest scumbag thing I’ve ever seen.


      • Halifax says:

        I have total sympathy for this gentleman and his loss but as JohnC eloquently puts it thats not the issue. His loss is being used by the BBC to push an agenda, do you really think they actually care ?


        • JohnC says:

          The worst story I’ve read for a long time which almost gives me nightmares is the woman burned alive in Manchester the other day. She suffered an incredible amount of pain before dying the most horrible death you can imagine.
          Yet the BBC gave it 143 words and it disappeared from the front page in record time.
          If they gave one shiny sh1t about people and their suffering, it would have been the biggest headline of the day and all the hypocrite feminist would have been baying for blood and demanding action. But it didn’t fit their agenda so they ignored it.
          That is the kind of people the extreme Left are.


  6. StewGreen says:

    Covid stats are not looking bad
    Although Tuesday stats are often higher than Monday’s


    • JohnC says:

      Gives you confidence in our academic ‘experts’ who Boris is completely relying on who failed to predict it and are struggling to explain it.


  7. Jeff says:

    I used to be quite a regular attendee at Speakers Corner. Not any more. The atmosphere has changed completely…

    Once upon a time there were clever, articulate and humorous people all giving vent to their spleen. There were bible bashers and atheists, Marxists and political mavericks all clamouring for attention and shouting. It was usually good natured and generally great fun and never violent.

    Then the Muslims moved and it all changed. The atmosphere was suddenly surly and threatening.
    Muslims aren’t really good at banter. It’s difficult to crack jokes with people who will cut your head off if they don’t like something you say.

    I was there when Tommy Robinson came down with a huge crowd. The police were there by the truckload and for a while it looked a bit dodgy. But there were far too many of us for the regular brown bullies to intimidate, so although noisy, it passed off reasonably “peacefully”.

    It tells you something, doesn’t it…
    Marcus Rashford’s ghastly mural has some unpleasant graffiti sprayed on it and the BBC are all over the “story” like a rash for weeks.

    Woman has her face slashed at Speakers Corner and it’s.



    • JohnC says:

      The BBC seem to be stooping even lower recently.
      Their omission that the mural slogans were not racist and in Everton blue whilst in the same breath generalising about racist abuse online which they will have known quite quickly was not from the UK was quite disgusting.
      When you read their reports, they are written in their clever, devious way where you are left with a distinct impression which they never actually said and which makes you think they knew it all along.


    • tomo says:

      Marcus Rashford’s mural?

      As I heard it told – that awful racist graffiti amounted to “Stupid Bastard”

      No footballer *ever * got abused by fans for fluffing a penalty…

      Easy to believe that the mural “washing away” was useful to the woke narrative.


  8. Square-Eyed says:

    BBC: the Silent Service

    All the news that fits with our agenda.


  9. JohnC says:

    I see the democrats want to change the rules about who can be House Speaker just in case Trump tries to get the job.
    They think that changing the law specifically to keep their political enemy – who either won the last election or came very close – out of any office is protecting democracy.
    You couldn’t make it up.


  10. Halifax says:

    Coming soon on the BBC.

    1. Is British Mountain biking racist?
    2. Why no BME medals for British swiming?
    3. I was a undocumented refugee and now I want to excel in synchronised diving.

    Watch this space folk.


    • Foscari says:

      Halifax- Occasionally I start replying to comments such as
      yours. BUT being as facetious as yourself I just stop myself
      because I can get carried away with agreeing with comments
      such as yours.
      I just watched a clip on You Tube with Ron Liddle talking
      about a taboo subject. England’s penalty misses in the Euros
      and Gareth Southgate’s culpability in it all, picking three nervous
      young boys to take the penalties when their were £100
      million pound players on the pitch willing to take them. But
      I reiterate that this is a taboo subject.
      We will see UK ethnic athletes winning medals and I for one
      with millions of others will be proud of them. There are no
      penalties to be taken in nearly all of the Olympic games sports,
      thank god.
      As for the World Cup in Qatar. I wonder if
      anybody will tell the England players that before they go down in subjugation to the BLM, that they are playing in one of the most racist countries in the world and where slave labour is practised. And
      where 4000 or more from mostly the Indian sub continent have lost their lives building
      the stadiums they will be playing on !


  11. JohnC says:

    Just watching Dan Wootton and really appreciating what a complete tw@t Benjamin Butterworth is.
    He’s questioning Merril Osmond as part of the panel and he always has to ask race-baiting questions or bring representation of gay people’s rights into the topic. Merril completely shut him down.
    Oh – after digging in to google, I discover Benjamin himself is gay. With a massive chip on his shoulder.


    • Jeff says:

      Blimey John, you didn’t need to “Google him” to find out Benjy boy is gay… He’s as camp as a row of tents.

      Also, like a lot of the left, he’s an intolerant, bigoted little git who’ll try to shout down anyone he doesn’t agree with. Think Owen Jones, but more weird looking.
      And he’s a real lockdown fanatic and would ostracise and ban from public life anyone who isn’t vaccinated.

      He keeps telling us he’s been double jabbed.

      Many times I shouldn’t wonder…


      • JohnC says:

        lol – only ever seen him twice on GB News. Both times he had an agressive manner and was looking for any excuse to call someone else a racist as he bounced around with rage in his chair. Then his argument got pulled to pieces by everyone else and he sat with a nasty smirk on his face while he waited for a chance to do it again.
        Merril is from the USA – he was ultra politically correct in his answer.
        ‘Judgement is God’s job, not mine’ he said after being baited by the master.


  12. JohnC says:

    The Indian girl killed for wearing jeans
    Are you there maxi ?.
    Read that article and try to squeeze it into that tiny, blinkered brain of yours why the Muslim rape gangs consider white girls wearing jeans and make-up are a lower form of life and only fit for good Muslim men to take their pleasure.
    By defending them with your child-like name calling, you are complicit maxi. You enable then to do it just as sure as if you held the girls down yourself.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      This particularly case does not involve Muslims – the names of those involved are Hindu and the other references in the article refer to predominately Hindu and Sikh parts of India. However, it does provide some insight into what takes place in some parts of the Third World, and certainly some bestial practices are being imported into the UK – rape gangs, stabbings, honour murders, people smuggling etc – and ignored or ‘normalised’ by the BBC and others.


      • JohnC says:

        Fair point Ian : this conservatism is clearly a cultural issue for the country. I suspect the strict rules of Islam mean those Muslims who are that way inclined take it a step further. What stands out to me is that they can so readily find a group of similar people who think it is acceptable.
        I do notice how the BBC tend to report far more about India than they do about Pakistan.
        And I’m quite sure all of the other things you mention are ignored or glossed over because of the same reasons the rape-gangs were allowed to continue : People like maxi screaming ‘racists’.


        • JohnC says:

          That link has an interview with a councillor half-way down which is well worth watching. He is an excellent example of the Left and comes out with the same kind of slimy BS maxi does on here (such as saying ‘we don’t know they were all Muslim’s because it was never mentioned in court’).
          I had to double check it was Sky news. All credit to the reporter for trying to get this worm to admit what the problem was.


      • SLAW IS WAR says:

        As DT correctly summarised: shitholes.


  13. JohnC says:

    Olly Stephens: Two boys guilty of teen’s murder
    And yet another stabbing where:
    ‘None of them can be identified for legal reasons.’
    No change there. The law protects the guilty as much as the innocent these days. Shame Cliff Richard didn’t get such a chance – and he was entirely innocent.
    But the interesting part is that for some bizarre reason the court chose to release a video of one of the killers playing with a knife. And the BBC chose to take a still from that video for the article. And it just shows enough for us to see a white thumb and finger holding the knife.
    So they can’t tell us anything at all about the murderers – but they make sure we know they were white.
    Would they have shown us that picture if a black hand was holding it ?.


  14. JohnC says:

    Another ‘Must see’ item is up:
    Afrobeats in Japan: British-Nigerian hip hop dancer teaching children how to dance
    The first 2 and a half minutes are to pull you in with a story about another attention-seeking fruit cake dancing in the street on her own for no reason. The interesting part is watching how the Japanese public keep far away from her. No appreciative crowds or people taking video.
    The last part gets to the agenda and racism. Of course it does. Nothing whatsoever to do with the story and the whole reason it’s there. She wouldn’t get a look-in if she was white.


  15. Guest Who says:

    Wendy and his debunkers are up debunking.


    BBC News

    From unreported vaccine deaths to Covid-19 not being dangerous for under 65s – we debunk some of the claims shared widely on social media.



    • JohnC says:

      They make me laugh : I think they make up the claims they then debunk.
      I’ve never heard any suggestion of a few of the ones I’ve read.


  16. Up2snuff says:

    FRAMING Today – BBC just gotta keep this narrative going …

    BBC big (still!) on Brexit Bashing, empty shelf Food Scaring and environmental measures. Just caught the end of the programme this morning and it was all there.

    Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear … Fear …

    The public will switch off their minds, BBC, if not their radios if you keep this propaganda going.


  17. Guest Who says:

    In a fresh effort at BBC irony, this BBC Radio 4 story is about changing behaviours, using a bubble elitist they like.

    Professor Dame Theresa Marteau wants to understand why, despite the best of intentions, so many of us fail to adopt healthier lifestyles.

    She tells Jim Al-Khalili about her life and work.

    It has an image* that does help much either.

    *Not Nolan or Sweeney!


  18. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – in just ten minutes, it is enough already

    Olympics … Olympics … Olympics … Olympics … Olympics … Olympics … Olympics … Olympics … Olympics …

    Yawn. Mishal slightly over-excited at the thought of all that gold for Team GB. Off switch.


  19. AsISeeIt says:

    The Daly newspaper review

    From elite track and field to plebian track and trace

    One senses a slow news day, afterall the go-to theme of covid delivers a story that disappoints: ‘Ministers urge caution as Covid cases plunge again‘ (Guardian) – that sort of headline just don’t seem like a crisis as our media have come to enjoy them.

    Like MRSA this China bug appears to be something of a confined to NHS premises speciality: ‘Over half of Covid hospital cases test positive after admission‘ (Telegraph)

    Sixth consecutive drop in coronavirus cases puzzles scientists‘ (Times) – well, let’s face it, over a year-and-a-half into it they either haven’t let on – or don’t know – precisely where it came from – so why should we be surprised they don’t know why it’s gone away for a while?

    With the sort of world-ending crisis they like and can blame on Boris temporarily on hold for the moment the Guardian takes the golden opportunity to shout from the rooftops of the aquatic centre I am what I am: ‘Tom Daly: I’m proud to say I’m a gay man, and also an Olympic champion‘ – nice one Gruan, it’s all about your priorities, right?

    Did the Guardianistas not see the notice at the poolside that read “No petting” ?

    There was a time our heroes were muscular mature chaps that played team sports or dedicated chaps, often with an academic bent, who ran fast on the track. As we were increasingly encouraged to explore our emotions, rather than count our achievements, we took to our hearts our heroic failures. A petulent young footballer who sold us perfumes and pants and wore a sarong. Another troubled bloke who lost his cool on the playing field and supposedly redeemed himself with tears. He’s back by the way in the papers today: ‘Will Wayne ever learn? Wayne Rooney in nightclub clinch‘ (Daily Mirror) Well you all now know what our most recent magnificently failing sporting heroes look like.

    Pools gold‘ – screams the Mirror in response to some swimming pool wins for Team GB in Tokyo. An ironic punning headline for me as I know the medals are just plated plastic and I no longer give a damn – Pools gold…? Fool’s gold more like.

    All the papers are at it – slow news day – although it is the Gruan that dives in and fully immerses itself in the gay issue.

    Meanwhile: ‘Freed burglars to wear 24-hour tags‘ (Daily Telegraph) – like, oh I don’t know… the fabulous track and trace app?

    Obviously the Tory PR focus group team has been busy again flagging up issues matched to another momentary headline-grabbing daft initiative. How about the survey polls ask the conservative question: Would you like to see government do less to interfere with your life?

    Nope, that won’t happen anytime soon…

    Don’t rinse dishes to be squaky clean to the environment… Boris Johnson’s COP26 spokesman has suggested‘ (Telegraph)

    Personally, I’m of the pre-dishwasher generation that still questions the fact you need to rinse the plates before you put them in the dishwasher. You might as well wash them by hand. Come to think of it, although a Climate Crisis sceptic, I’m likely the greenest person you know. But that’s for another day.

    Speaking of lame Tory headline chasing duplicity: ‘Priti: I’ll make yobs clean the streets‘ (Daily Mail) – what do you think of the Home Secretary so far…? Rubbish! (To quote Eric Morcambe)

    ‘Booker prize goes back to basics‘ (Telegraph) – with a longlist of titles contesting for the prize representing: ‘novels rather than novelty‘ – well, there’s a novelty.

    Civil servants asked to sign off with pronouns‘ (Telegraph) – this is: ‘under plans for a transgender inclusivity drive‘ – could they not just concentrate on the pen pushing a bit more efficiently? Should we worry? This is just an SNP idea being pioniered north of the border. But we know from experience how bad ideas spread south. I had to laugh when I read: ‘However, the plan has provoked opposition from civil servants, after a survey caused a row which left some in tears‘ – tell them to man up (he said provocatively and satirically, indeed edgyly)

    Golden bawls‘ – says the giveaway Metro. Always give credit where credit is due – bravo! With a slight spelling adjustment, that says it all for me today.


    • JohnC says:

      I’ll top your dishwasher story with the multitude of ‘environmentally friendly’ people who follow official instructions to wash up empty tins of beans etc before they put them in the recycle bin. I bet some even put them in the dishwasher.


  20. taffman says:

    “Boris Johnson pledges to target drug abuse in anti-crime push”
    “Under the Beating Crime Plan, more burglars, robbers and thieves would have their location monitored with electronic tags 24 hours a day after leaving prison.”
    As he targets the criminals that are already here , thousands of criminals are invading or beaches nearly every day, yet they get stuck in 4 Star hotels?
    The answer: use our Armed Forces to stop, ‘push back’ and remove the illegal invaders.

    I am afraid I have to agree with Labour’s accusations of “all talk and no action”.


    • JohnC says:

      I read that they are now coming from all along the coastline, not just Dover.
      Having a coastguard or Navy ship escort you all the way across does make the journey much less dangerous.
      Up until now their plan has been to keep it quiet by ensuring there are no dead bodies on the beach. As should have been entirely expected, it has just made the problem much, much worse and now it’s reached tipping point.
      Now with GB news we finally have a news channel prepared to report it.


  21. Guest Who says:

    Young people turn away from TV news to keep up to date online

    Young people are significantly more likely to keep up with news using the internet, over TV and other sources, according to Ofcom’s annual news consumption report.


    This very sweet of all The BBC retirees at OFCOM to say, but I am not young.

    But like my kids I long turned away from TV and other sources online not solely for news, but certainly when acquiring it to access multiple sources untainted by the malign ideological influences of such as The BBC, ITV, Sky, etc.


  22. tomo says:

    BBC journos being hunted down in China


    • JohnC says:

      Unfortunately for the BBC, I now consider their journalists to be ethically barren, agenda-chasing dishonest scumbags.
      So no sympathy from me.


      • tomo says:

        JohnC – I could have added your description and agree with your lack of sympathy – but in essence I feel that the CCP aren’t simply cultivating the garden inside the Great Firewall but they are also modulating reaction to stories outside China’s borders.

        OK “they” all do it to a greater or lesser extent but the CCP retains an army of well remunerated propagandists in carefully chosen positions around the globe.

        For me the BBC’s reticence about the CCP’s organisation both domestically and overseas as well as their swallowing + regurgitation of CCP PR makes the whining about being “mobbed in rural China” quite farcical.


  23. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    In the DM today, lockdown Ferguson is predicting that it looks like the pandemic (or as Charlie Mullins says, panademic) will be behind us by autumn (or words to that effect)

    NOW I’m worried!

    He is a reverse Cassandra (the one who predicted everything correctly but nobody believed her)


  24. Scroblene says:



  25. s.trubble says:

    Some time back there was a good R4 programme about how the Vikings were assimilated into British culture as it also developed over time.

    Does anyone think that Islam will be assimilated in British/western culture.?

    And how will the “woke” deal with this challenge (er menace) in future times other than, of course, to convert.


  26. Guest Who says:

    And stunned rabbit is back.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      Generally it was the Leftoids who wanted ID cards.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      I peeked at the clip without sound. If Our Marianna of the Rack speaks as well as she looks, she is heading for a career in the movies.

      I’ll go take a cold shower and then watch again with the sound on.


      • Guest Who says:

        If choosing movies on the same basis as her disinformation specialisation, only taking roles as wide eyed waif subjected to beastliness in medical dramas might be career limiting.


      • micknotmike says:

        I can’t abide her “look at me I’m so cute and lovable, please don’t be nasty to me” manner. Christ’s sake woman, you’re not seven years old.
        PG, You are most definitely welcome to her; I’m sticking with Jess Phillips.
        If you’re a fan of the IT crowd there’s a line where Douglas Denholm says to the seriously attractive Katherine Parkinson “You’ve got Sp*nk and you’ve got balls, I like that in a woman”.


    • Banania says:

      Gosh, she’s poisonous. And so smug.


    • JohnC says:

      Oh God, the croaky voice AND raising the pitch at the end.
      Plus my BS o’meter tells me she is a simple information conduit, not an information generator.
      I wonder how she got the job. Probably no more than a couple of reasons.


      • vlad says:

        Casting couch?


        • JohnC says:

          I suspect that with the middle-class liberal ‘elite’s’ at the BBC, you get the job by being the ultimate sycophant who stares doughy-eyed at the future-boss as he speaks his wisdom and gushingly-agree with absolutely everything he says.
          And of course making sure the dirty old perv gets a good look at the ‘dead-heat-in-the-zepplin-race’.


  27. Peter Grimes says:

    TWATo currently going large on Lambeth Council’s child abuse in council care homes being the fault of the Tories because they were fighting Labour-run Lambeth Council’s profligacy.

    Unbelievable, particularly given that Labour-run Lambeth gave positive recommendations to the future employers of known child abusers who had left their employ.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      The former Shirley Oaks Children’s Home is currently the fiefdom of a prominent Labour supporter, a man of sub-continent antecedents.


  28. Peter Grimes says:

    TWATo certainly won’t point out that most of these problems, like in the child abuse scandals involving mainly perverts of North Asian origin, occurred in Labour-run areas.


  29. Philip_2 says:

    Latest News: Lambeth is in the news today (a Labour run Council in London) has been shamed into allowing child abuse in children’s home to be ignored. The left deem child safety is something that applies to ‘refugees’ on a rubber boat mid-channel (you know looks thirty-two but claims to be sixteen), these are ‘protected’ ones – whilst those in ‘left-leaning’ councils praise the inclusivity and diversity of allowing those who abuse children to prosper behind closed doors run by the same local authorities. It is as always young boys who they are after – they let the local damaged girls fall to certain followers of Mohamed (despite the Police admitting this was the local policy in Yorkshire). And in London- where the left have a firm toe-hold?

    Encouraged by the BBC on all channels TV and radio 24/7

    And rather too well paid at the BBC ‘blind spot’ Stonewall champion.:

    The left seems immune from sexual predators they promote under a license to abuse the tax payers, the public and provide ‘entertainment’ for themselves under the cloak of (now several) ‘sexual diversity’. They learn nothing from dozens of examples across the independent media (denied in BBC broadcasts that Labour run strongholds are usually if not entirely involved in cover-ups), following the ‘diversity’ agenda plan of Tony Blair and his BBC followers and all those that ‘private institutions as NGO’s to change public opinion on HIV, drugs and sexual ‘diversity; that are embedded and ‘brainwashed’ within the BBC itself as a ‘human right’

    This is a feature of Labour run councils and public institutions. That they are all invincible and untouchable and in ‘touch’ with their sexuality (swing left and right) – as this proves ‘diversity’ in action as a communal ‘belief’ system that is is OK to abuse children. Hence we have DBS and criminal record check to ‘prevent it’ although its clearly illegal and carries on and is ignored as it would be ‘counter-productive’ to the agenda. What Labours calls ‘socio-economic’ to remodel the UK population to its own image. That of the BBC as its stands and reflects on its rights.

    Post Saville The Labour left learn nothing and can carry on as before. The BBC are happy to deny that it has anything to do with the many paedophiles that are over represented at the BBC.
    Over 300 interviews and 80 arrests and only one jailed under operation ‘Yewtree’. In fact is still running and will never close as new BBC staff highlights. Are never that far away from the news.
    All innocent until proven guilty. Those that have since died will never be cautioned or charged.


    • Scroblene says:

      Good post P2!

      Everyone sits back at the end of a programme and ignores the screen, even if it is a dire ‘celeb reality’ waste of money, or a weedy modern play, but still the credits roll up the screen and every name of everyone involved in the production reels off. So we have the director, the producer, the gaffer (ha ha ha), the dogsbody etc, all emblazoned for the world to see!

      So it must be the easiest job in the world for Inspector Knacker to come along and ask all these published witnesses in a serious voice, what they were up to on the day children and vulnerable youngsters were molested, and what they did about it! What did they see? Were they in the dressing rooms at the time that it was all a bit quiet? Who was the chap sidling along with a fake clip-board? What did the parents say? Were the parents even there?

      I’m sure the BBC inquiries will be aware of this, and hopefully, we will not get the whitewash which is expected! It’s bad enough expecting politicians to cough up when they’re cornered, but there must be several names on the TV credits, who may be just more than a little worried by now! I’d like to think so…

      But we have their names, eh..?


    • Philip_2 says:

      Updating this post with news that Tatchell (LGTTQXYZ) pioneer and long time Labour activist for ‘human rights’ has disclosed the following… very popular sport by Labour and BBC to mix it up with ‘feminism’ and ‘human rights’. It was called the PIE (at the time). The BBC has long campaigned for the ‘age of consent’ to be lowered to 12 or less. The BBC is a diversity’ champion of Stonewall.

      Peter Tatchell has argued that “children have sexual desires at an early age” as he praised the “courage” of those selling what he later described as a “pro-paedophilia” book, The Telegraph can reveal.

      In a review of a 1986 collection of essays compiled by Warren Middleton, former vice-chairman of the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE), Mr Tatchell, a gay rights campaigner, said that children should be “educated” so that they can decide when they want to have sex.

      Tatchell, was of course a member of the Communist Party: ‘In the review for the newsletter of the Communist Party of Great Britain in 1987, Mr Tatchell wrote: “Society would remove a lot of fear, anxiety and depression if, instead of repressing children’s sexuality… etc.

      In Hating Peter Tatchell, celebrities including Stephen Fry and Elton John line up to praise Mr Tatchell’s work while Chris Smith, the former Labour MP, describes him as a “national treasure” and Dr George Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, says he was “on the right side of history”.


  30. BRISSLES says:

    Here we go.

    Drawing a 4 figure salary from the BBC, is host of several tv and radio programmes, the British born Anita Rani is now bleating that if she was blonde and blue eyed she might have reached the final of Strictly in 2015, and claims it was her brown face that prevented it ! Didn’t anyone remind her that Ore Oduba (who has made a career of dining out on his win), and Alesha Dixon are just 2 previous winners ? both non white. Sorry love, but the year you participated you just weren’t good enough, the winner gave the best rendition of the Jive ever to be seen on Strictly, by Jay McGuinness !

    She proclaims to ‘rush excitedly over to the telly if there’s someone Asian on it”. There we have it – she’s British born, earning a fortune courtesy of the tax payer, but like the rest of her ilk, has the mind set of wanting ‘their own people’ from ‘their own culture’ ie not white British, to get more coverage.

    Jeez, she has the life and salary few could dream of, – as does someone else – June Sarpong on a quarter of a million for 3 days work a week, and yet that’s still not enough. Well, tough !


    • Scroblene says:

      Too right Brissles, the nearest Asian stuff I watched is the first Marigold flick, (the second was pathetic), and a few scenes from ‘Jewel in the crown’, and I got bored even before the bonking scene, so haven’t actually watched all that gem either…

      I did like ‘Dance to the music of time’ though, and missed out on an Ebay bid a few weeks ago! Might have another go… (update – Just bought it around twelve quid)…

      If Whateverhernameis wants to make progs, she can easily get on a plane, get tested for the covids, and do what she wants, but over there, not here!


  31. StewGreen says:

    2:15pm R4 drama is an extension of its conspiracy theory series
    They have titled this “Black Pill”
    Never heard of it
    but apparently it’s NOT to do with Black identity politics

    Google say that QAnon talk about “black pill”
    seeing that the whole system is broken, and the only solution is to refuse to engage with it at all
    .. I guess they mean people who go and live alone in the woods in America etc.


    • SLAW IS WAR says:

      I’m not sure which colour pill one would assign to Ted Kaczynski. Living alone in the woods whilst striking back at the broken system in spectacular fashion is pretty much out on its own in terms of originality.


  32. StewGreen says:

    OK that drama title is just a coincidence
    but the R4 schedule is loaded with black agenda items

    There is #1 The Distortion mirror , the way BBC select programmes and thus don’t represent our real world but give a distortion
    eg make it seem 15% black

    then the #2 bias Agenda-Amplification
    that their own trailers and media articles TV pages, over highlight Special Agenda progs

    Strangely last weeks R4 Open County was about our region
    Extraordinary cos we very rarely hear our local accents on BBC national programming
    This was 27 minutes about our local river, apparently cos the BBC producer was born nearby. So for once we did hear some local accents.
    However almost no one knows about the programme,
    with no trailers it just or podcast mentions came out of nowhere and disappeared .


  33. StewGreen says:

    BBC special agenda progs like black-victimhood progs get endless trailers

    Last week they kept trailing BBC1 Steve McQueen black fire drama
    and R4 Black storytelling series

    Today as I travelled I had the 1pm news in my ear the topic was 30 years of abuse at the Shirley Oaks and other Lambeth Council children’s homes
    which gave the explanation that Labour councillors were too busy playing games against the government to pay attention to the abuse.
    Ex-leader Linda Bellos did come on so that is good
    then she explained that “as a black lesbian I was busy dealing with the press who had it in for me, I didn’t want to micro-manage”

    …em she didn’t micromanage, she didn’t manage at all
    Just TRUSTING people is poor management style.

    Then the prog ended and they went into a trailer for *R4 Audiobooks *, their new title for Book Of The Week
    ..that trailer focused on BLACK books


  34. StewGreen says:

    Then the 13:45pm prog started
    Chantal Herbert brings to life the experiences
    of women and non-binary persons of colour who migrated to the UK

    This is the 12 episode mainly black “New Storytelling” Series

    Mon – a male-only nude bathing place on the outskirts of Oxford.

    Wed – Danielle’s experience growing up in a world focused on appearance. she is different

    Thu – He’s Only a Cleaner

    Fri – Commemorating the 1981 New Cross fire that killed 13 black teenagers at a birthday party.

    2020 episodes
    – Kane Walker and what his sad death means for the homeless of Birmingham.

    – An insight into Leeds’ dedicated zone for the legalised selling and buying of street sex.

    – Selina revisits her early years as part of a Jamaican family growing up in South Wales.

    – Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire recall what has happened since that fateful night.


    • StewGreen says:

      In today’s episode she laid it on thick
      ‘whitey man bad.. we need to decoloniise this country”

      .. Hang on, who is colonising who ?

      In life in the past and today there is always a lot of mean-ness and unfairness
      but it happens to lots of groups of people, it’s not just a racism thing.


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        “we need to decolonise this country”

        Couldn’t agreee more. Maybe start by removing some of the less desirable colonials…


  35. vlad says:

    Once again, it’s left to Sky Aus to say the sort of things our vile, obscene ‘national broadcaster’ dare not.

    Note the copper screaming into Hatun Tash’s face: “Don’t argue with me, or you’ll be arrested.”

    Note also the other copper grovelling obsequiously to the islamic thugs threatening Hatun, like SHE’s the problem, not them.


    • Scroblene says:

      Bloody hellfire Vlad!

      These murderous shits are allowed to get away with it every time!

      I find this deeply troubling.

      You do us a great service, Vlad, exposing the failure of the fuzz to do anything, well, maybe sit safely in their cars while someone gets hurt right in front of them.


      • vlad says:

        Talking of the fuzz, I notice that in the videos of the assault, the attacker runs away on foot and a police car takes off in pursuit a split second later. Yet neither the foot-police, nor those in the car manage to catch the stabber.

        Almost as if they weren’t trying very hard.


      • Doublethinker says:

        I think the reason why Muslims are able to threaten and commit violent acts without the police taking action or the media reporting it or the politicians doing anything about it, is that the entire establishment is scared to death of the reaction of the millions of Muslims they, the establishment, have imported into the UK in the last fifty years.
        Enoch Powell, after his years in the Indian army, could see what would happen once Islam got a hold in the UK and warned the establishment. He was shut down and ignored. His prophecy re the Tiber running red with blood is nearly here now and the liberal establishment are scared to death of what is going to happen and simply hope that it won’t blow on their watch , hence they kick the can down the road and tell us that there is nothing to see and tell us it’s our fault anyway. They may be ready to submit to Islam but they don’t think that we are and they are shitting themselves.


  36. Twin_Town says:

    What a piece of race baiting shite 🤬

    Why does the national broadcaster need to perpetuate crap like this.

    Surely it should always relate to being best candidates for job but shoe-horning people in to the left teaching group makes me sick.

    Shut them down ASAP


  37. Dobyns says:

    Apologies if I’m the 94th person to have posted this …

    Will we see this on al beeb?


    • vlad says:

      Good old LSE, still stuck in the 60’s and stuffed full of Marxists – students and staff.


  38. StewGreen says:

    11am 3 artists One was Novelist Sara Collins
    “remembers fleeing Jamaica with her family at the age of four, after her father was forced into exile in the mid-1970s. ”

    3pm Food allowed one white guy onto the 4 person panel
    : black woman Andi Oliver (London-based chef ) , Shelina Permalloo (Indian BakeOff winner), Jordan Bourke and Dr Zoe Laughlin
    3:30pm show 2 presenters one a black female ..a white guy is allowed to co-host Dr Xand van Tulleken
    4 pm another white guy , but he’s a prominent anti-Brexit Labour supporter so he is excused : Michael Rosen
    4:30pm book show : guests and presenter all female
    The host of the Brown Girls Do It Too podcast Poppy Jay

    Some white male academics were allowed to present progs
    9:30am Simon Watt, 11am Matthew Cobb (Zoology prof)
    ^:30pm had a repeat of righty comedian Simon Evans

    19:45 India in 50 Lives
    Jamsetji Tata: Swadeshi Capitalist

    23:30 A prog with a white man , but it’s Billy Bragg


  39. Sluff says:

    There has been a report into the appalling systematic child abuse for decades in the London Borough of Lambeth.
    It was thefirst item on the BBC 1 6 pm news.

    And yet…..In the entire report the word ‘Labour’ was not used.

    This is a council with 57 out of 63 Labour councillors.
    In the 1980s, Red Ted Knight was famously a leader who refused to set a legal budget during the Hard Left’s political opposition to Thatcher.

    Meanwhile, children were being abused.

    A Labour council for decades. Presiding over systematic child abuse.

    And the BBC have nothing to say about it.
    Utterly disgusting.


    • Sluff says:

      And there’s more.
      In another staggering example of BBC head in the sand, later on the news was featured another report, this time about systematic abuse in Bradford. A caption of ten convicted perpetrators was shown. No prizes were guessing that white anglo saxons were ‘significantly under-represented’.

      There was one mention of the word Islam, in the context that a victim was forced into an arranged marriage with her abuser, at which her social worker was a guest!
      Another Labour Council needless tosay.

      But this being the odious, unethical Islamic Broadcasting Corporation, it was time to move on before any dots were joined.


  40. Thoughtful says:

    Link says it all really Another enricher from a takeaway convicted of raping an underage White girl. In a civilised society with a decent government he and all his family would be deported as happens in other European countries but now this one where the yellow Tories are scared of their own shadows.


    • StewGreen says:

      The story picture says it all
      It’s not like they are trying to hide or play down the reality

      . Oh OK they are
      Why a dumb photo of a building, not the perp ?

      Unbelievably Twitter has no photo of him, not even one mention of his name


      • StewGreen says:

        I tried a number of searches thru Google/Tw/FB with his name, alias court name “Minshull” “Crown Court” etc.
        Nothing no photo, no background info show up.

        BTW Muslim rape-gang apologist Ella Cockbain
        happened to have a co-writer with the same first alias “Waqas” Tufail.


  41. brexiteerkent says:

    Not the BBC (when you read it you will see why it would never be !) but this is an interesting one ..

    “RTÉ News boss apologises for broadcaster not linking recent extreme weather events to climate change”



    • StewGreen says:

      Entire article .. very Orwellian or a factory boss apology to Stalin.
      The managing director of RTÉ News has apologised that the national broadcaster did not link the recent extreme weather to climate change.

      Following criticism over the lack of coverage on the climate crisis as Ireland basked in a rare heatwave where temperatures reached 30C, Jon Williams took to Twitter this evening to apologise.
      (Then a big Attenborough video clearly just PR
      it’s nothing to do with the story)
      “We were wrong not to make clear connection between recent extreme weather events & climate change,” he wrote.

      “Sin of omission & reported in good faith.
      But truth matters.
      So when we get it wrong, we should say so. Lesson learned. Work to do.”

      Mr Williams wrote an article detailing how RTÉ has and will be covering climate change and said every journalist on the news team will be taking part in a workshop looking at climate science and the reporting of it.

      He also said that RTÉ News will be creating a team dedicated to reporting the climate crisis.
      Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Mr Williams said many topics have been put on the back burner, including climate change.
      “Pre-pandemic, RTÉ’s financial challenges meant one correspondent covered both science and environment,” he wrote.

      “Since March 2020, our science correspondent has been exclusively assigned to covering the Covid crisis.

      “However, as Ireland emerges from the pandemic, we will double down on our coverage of climate issues.”

      He added that as a public service broadcaster, RTÉ News “has a responsibility to lead the conversation about the climate crisis, and the impact it is having”.


    • Rich says:

      While we’re on RTE, the Euro-rag in Northern Ireland that is the Belfast Telegraph have highlighted an issue that their pals in Sinn Fein have with “geo-blocking”.

      Sinn Fein actually believe that “citizens in the north of Ireland” are automatically entitled to access RTEs Olympics programming. Is it simply because the BBC coverage is shite?

      Of course not, it’s not just that, it’s really more about political posturing from the Shinners, once again using the reliably compliant press to indulge in some of their Olympic-standard Republican grandstanding.

      It begs the question however that if the Anglophobic feckers at RTE can stop us watching their athletes, in reality probably just a few jockey-sized boxers, why can’t the bBbc do something similar to them with their broadcasting?

      The Irish don’t pay for a bBbc TV licence so why should they have access to all of the live broadcasting that the British licence payer funds?

      Not only do the bBbc allow this but they actively encourage it by making programmes and creating content in Eire which can surely only be of interest or of relevance to the Irish themselves. Go on bBbc, “geo-block” them and let the Republic “enjoy” the likes of Mrs Brown’s Boys alone. It’s the least they deserve. It wouldn’t be too long before the Nationalists in Newry were once more enjoying a pugilistic Paddy having his pan knocked in by a short-arsed Soviet scrapper.


  42. Fedup2 says:

    Vintage 6pm BBC news

    1 a report into decades of child abuse in London borough of Lambeth . There were ‘political issues ‘ … the governing socialist republic wasn’t mentioned – nor any noise from any MPs . For a lead story – poor poor journalism

    2 white English chaps in medals

    3 coloured American star gymnast pin up loses and has ‘mental issue ‘

    4 pm spouting crap about tough on crime and chain gang nonsense

    5 report on organised paedo paki racist rape gangs in Bradford
    ( look squirrels )

    6 Ken heartless lawyer Clarke not taking responsibility for the NHS killing people with contaminated blood products – ( look squirrels )

    And now the weather .

    I haven’t watched BBC news for a long time – I’m shocked it is failing quality / journalism – ok I’m not shocked


    • Northern Dreamer says:

      I’m just waiting, poised and ready, for the HYS to open up.


  43. StewGreen says:

    ITV local news
    don’t bother watching the video .. it just an illustration.

    The national syndicated item was with a black gardener.
    “Gardening is inaccessible to black people , the Hip Hop gardener says”

    BS, the garden centre doesn’t have bouncers turning black people away.


  44. StewGreen says:

    ITV local news 6:10pm to 6:21pm
    10 minutes of Green PRasNews

    #1 Scunthorpe motorway to have £30m electric overhead cables for trucks. test project.

    Dont be daft you won’t do 45 miles for that
    … & where will the electricity come from ?
    … In the whole of the humber region they still haven’t electrified any of the railway
    The east coast mainline may just touch the edge of the county for a mile or two.

    #2 Hyperbolic claims being made about food waste in Market Rasen
    These people really think that when I buy 10 Mars bars I throw 5 away.

    #3 Some preaching about COP26


    • StewGreen says:

      BBC local news starts
      … Skegness council bans mobile homes which are more than 15 years old
      … That’s massively wasteful, and anti-green


  45. Guest Who says:

    Imagine; there you are… at the awards, about to be awarded so can add ‘award winning’ to your bio, and it’s for…


  46. StewGreen says:

    ITV agendas


  47. StewGreen says:

    more itv


    • Fedup2 says:

      In fairness to the BBC a picture of mug shots of 15 third world paki peasants convicted of the latest mass paedo rapes was flashed up behind the chocolate coloured autocue reader – but he was too busy thinking of the pay rise and Cudos of doing mastermind to say anything about them .

      Must have really pained the BBC to even report that – anyway more important stuff – like some whitee English type has won a goldie
      – they must be hanging out for one of their coloured ‘heroes ‘ to win something – which we will never hear the end of – especially if they dedicate it to a Marxist organisation – BBC or otherwise …


  48. Dover Sentry says:

    Why on earth haven’t Labour strongly criticised Boris for not stopping the Channel Invasion?

    Surely its an open goal for Starmer, Labours agile centre-forward?

    Oh, wait….


  49. Guest Who says:

    Time to get real experts, like Femi and YAB, in…


  50. StewGreen says:

    Farage Show : Anne Widdecombe is on
    .. “My latest campaign is free speech
    .. this cancel culture, from the wokerati banning people from their jobs etc.”
    .. Livefeed