Start the Week 11 October 2021

As the BBC pushes the ‘panic ‘ and ‘ be frightened ‘ agenda the Prime Minister has gone on holiday – as has the political class. So it is up to the Far Left anti British BBC to keep the flag of hatred and division flying over the people who still pay for the monster .

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290 Responses to Start the Week 11 October 2021

  1. Dover Sentry says:

    Does our BBC realise that out in the real world, it is regarded as a very, very expensive woke-joke that is trying to destabalise Britain?


  2. taffman says:

    “Kraft Heinz says people must get used to higher food prices”
    OK Mr Miguel Patricio and Al Beeb, we will purchase other brands which are just as good and a lot cheaper.


  3. Deborah says:

    The BBC have missed a trick. 10pm BBC1 news are going on and on about energy prices. Here we are in mid October and it is still so mild that we haven’t yet got our central heating on. As energy prices are high, that means we are saving even more money. The BBC hasn’t said anything about those on Universal Credit saving at the moment to help when it gets cold (which it will of course, because it is nothing to do with CO2 or man doing much).


    • NCBBC says:

      When the bovine rush to renewable energy bears its poisoned fruit, energy prices will go through the roof. Then some sense will dawn. The Left is not trying to save the planet via the hoax of Climate Change or AGW but as a tool to destroy Industrial Western civilisation.

      It worth remembering that before the Industrial Revolution, the population of the planet was around 500 million. And some 98% of those poor souls lived in cold and damp conditions. Too they were half starved. Life expectancy was very low.

      Now the planet has 7 billion people. Poverty of the middle ages type is around 10%. It was achieved by the invention of the Steam engine and the subsequent Industrial revolution.

      Sooner or later we will have to go back to coal. There is plenty of it and cheap. Its engineering requirements are straight forward. The added advantage is that it releases CO2, which is required for a productive agriculture to feed human beings. The increase in CO2 will not lead to a warmer planet. More’s the pity.


  4. Deborah says:

    Sunday night 10pm BBC1 news and the BBC we’re delighted to tell us that Kwasi had misspoken and wasn’t in talks with the Treasury about energy prices. As no name was given to the person saying the Minister had ‘mis-spoke’ how do we know they are reliable and not just a trouble-maker. Did the person have authority to speak. I thought everybody at The Treasury was working from home. Maybe it was just the cleaner, because nobody else was there.


  5. Nibor says:

    Right Al Beeb ,

    You and the Gramscians told us that immigration does not affect wages , that it enriches us all .

    Now that those some immigrants are staying in their own countries you tell us we get inflation due to the increase in wages of the British worker .

    So immigration did suppress wages didn’t it ?

    You , Al Beeb , can atone for your deviousness by having those Gramscians who said immigration did not affect wages debate with those Gramscians who say that wages will rise without EU immigrants but it will be damaging.

    With a special programme showing some of the schizophrenic Gramscians who espouse two dichotomised viewpoints .


  6. taffman says:

    “Channel crossings: More than 1,100 migrants cross in two days”
    Our present government’s track record in defending the realm is abysmal.
    We need a new leader or a new government before this country falls apart !


    • NCBBC says:

      The fall of the country was writ large in the maternity wards of Britain. Has been so for the last three decades.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Oliver was declared the most popular boys’ name for the fourth year running, but some readers asked if there were actually more babies called Muhammad. They also wanted to know which names were given to an equal number of girls and boys and when the name Doris was popular. Here are the answers:


        • Fedup2 says:

          The only fair true way is to treat all the variations of the name of the false prophet to be ‘one ‘ name – but I guess the woke won’t want to do that ….

          … I wonder if the ratio of male / female Muslim babies is 50/50 ? I bet it is not ….


          • harry142857 says:

            In parts of rural India, if a girl was born, because of the dowry system, the baby would be taken from the mother, its back would be broken and left to die. And we are the uncivilised peoples.


  7. Guest Who says:

    The bearing of wildlife into the studio in all future bbc interviews will be fascinating.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Russia with Simon Reeve
      BBC Two, Sunday 1 October 2017
      This programme suggested that many reindeer populations are in steep decline because of climate change. It would have been more accurate to say that many reindeer populations are threatened by it.


      BBC News Channel, Monday 15 December 2018
      In a report about African Penguins and why their numbers are in decline we said conservationists say their natural habitats are being hit by rising tides caused by climate change. While studies show climate change is having an impact on penguin numbers, it is because of rising sea temperatures affecting fish stocks, rather than rising sea levels. Other factors include commercial fishing practices, which are making it more difficult for African Penguins to find enough to eat and survive. We apologise for the error.



    • NCBBC says:

      There are far too many polar bears in the north, and the prey population is insufficient to keep them fed.

      So they are wandering south, posing a threat to humans.

      I wouldn’t advise this activist to go walkabout in the northern reaches of Canada.


    • Sick of it all says:

      What a putz.


    • Banania says:

      What are they supposed to talk about?


  8. Deborah says:

    Sunday night 10pm BBC1 news and apparently the U.K. is the least biodiverse country in the world apparently and apparently it is all the farmers’ fault. It is marvellous, according to the BBC to have wild nature areas. I don’t think the woke mob at the BBC have noticed that if you leave areas to go wild they fill with brambles and nettles and there is little in the way of biodiversity. The BBC also forgets that the raisin d’etre of U.K. farming is to produce food. I suppose the BBC think it is better to import food from Lord knows where, produced to lord knows what standards with goodness knows how much CO2.

    I think I should stop watching Sunday night news on BBC1.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Eat bugs. Be happy.


    • orwellspeak says:

      I am an organic farmer and a conservationist and I can assure Deborah that nettles and brambles are viral for wildlife, many types of butterfly use nettles and brambles as food source and the insect habitat feeds birds..


      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        Do you know what’s really good for wildlife – brownfield sites. Ideally, the kind with lots of overgrown rubble, collapsing, cave like ruined buildings, and half flooded old pits and tanks. The kind of sites that get condemned as ‘health hazards’ and earmarked for ‘redevelopment’ (around here anyway). They’re usually teeming with rare amphibians, bats, birds, and all kinds of insects and creepy crawlies.

        It all depends what kind of ‘wildlife’ you’re talking about really. Rats are wildlife, so are mosquitoes, gnats, and leeches, not all the critters we share this planet with are quite as ‘cuddly'(?)… ok as photogenic as Polar Bears.

        You know what is bad for wildlife? Mass immigration, and concreting over everything… who would have guessed?


  9. taffman says:

    “Brexit: UK’s NI Protocol demands ‘could break relations”
    In the words of John Wayne “lets get the hell out of here”
    Trigger Article 16.


  10. tomo says:


    A short stroll around the China situation from Niall Ferguson – there’s other stuff he’s done on the topic. The Chinese military do not get much coverage.

    Not a good situation as the CCP are wrestling with multiple issues – not the least being can they stuff Taiwan quickly enough to swerve foreign intervention. North Korea seems likely to do something if China does.


    • taffman says:

      Biden is not helping!


      • tomo says:


        I really think at this point in the proceedings that Biden is little more than a wilting figleaf . He wouldn’t have been up to the job if he had the marbles he started out with.

        It seems simply a matter of time before the sock puppet disintegrates and we get to see the hand inside.

        Harris isn’t up to the job either – she’s a faker and that nervy batty cackle is the tell.


        The Disney Fauci hagiography trailer on YouTube is up to 98000 dislikes, increasing about 1000 an hour while the likes are static at 7600…. Quite a ratio.


        • taffman says:

          I am amazed that such a patriotic nation like the USA even considered voting for him and his policies?


          • Doublethinker says:

            We are fairly certain that the majority didn’t vote for him but the truth is unlikely to ever see the light of day.


          • NCBBC says:

            Patriotism is inversely proportional to Multicultism. The more there is of the latter, the less there is of a common core that all can support.

            For instance – the US constitution was written by an English/British people in English, embodying the combined experience of Christianity and the English Revolution. Mass immigration from the world reduces the patriotic core.

            I dont see how a Muslim for instance can have a natural affinity and ownership to a European Christian thesis. That is why the future of the USA as is, is bleak.

            In Britain we have a Christian monarch. So long he/she remains, so will we. The same holds for the Anglo-sphere.

            Immigration of a people from a very different culture is an existential threat.


    • Fedup2 says:


      Thank you – i wonder what a chinese nationalist would say . ?

      The prof seems to think that china counts on ‘allies ‘ to support any chinese advance into taiwan .

      But surely china is just too big to need help – and being the world ‘bad boy ‘ isnt going to worry it much – if at all .


  11. Doublethinker says:

    I think that many of us on this site instively know that Wokism is dangerous . For the best ever articulation of those dangers I recommend a lecture by Victor Davis Hansen , Hillsdale College on Sept 8th this year.
    I apologise for not being able to attach it but it is available on You Tube, at least at present.


  12. StewGreen says:

    Someone claiming to take apart the BBC ivermectin piece


    • JimS says:

      For those that weren’t awake this Saturday?

      Radio 4 Extra must be getting worried by all the repeats on here!


      • StewGreen says:

        @JimS pathetic sniping there
        There is a big difference in posting something that someone also posted on another thread 2 days ago
        And posting the same thing on the same page a few posts below the original poster.
        No that even that is a crime.

        NBBC posted on one page as a reply to G
        And @G actually posted it 30 mins later
        on a new page as obviously he hadn’t seen the reply


        • JimS says:

          No, the big difference is that when you do it it is OK.

          When someone else posts something that you posted earlier it is a crime that you call out.

          To then justify your action because someone else repeated the post before you is taking narcissim to new depths.

          Your signal to noise ratio is running about -40dB at the moment.


          • Fedup2 says:

            I muse -sometimes on the nature of these sites – because of the gravity of the Cause – I’m willing to disclose certain things about my self .
            I never lie here . But I do leave out an awful lot of my previous lives which are often highly relevant – particularly when others are ‘inaccurate ‘….

            The other thing is the way people use sites like this one . Some people read a lot of what other posters write . Some people hardly ever comment . Others just use it as a place to ‘vent ‘.
            I used to disdain this last group because I thought at least they should have the decency to read / comment on the views of others.

            But then I thought – ‘fed up – who are you to pass judgement on how others come to this site . And as moderator you should tread as lightly as possible and hope that numbers who know about sites like this one grow – and that our cause grows in strength too .
            Which I am certain – certain – it will …..


          • Banania says:

            Come, come, settle down.


    • taffman says:

      They are a bunch of crabs that have been infiltrated by the Communists .
      Get on with it Nadine Dorries ! Get them sorted!
      For I have no doubt that you look at this site.


    • Seppers says:

      Bbc arguing from no evidence? So basically making stuff up then?
      I think they are propaganda and use obfuscation, the power of suggestion, and omission, but I assumed they stopped short of actual deceit.
      So it’s really worrying, because I think that most people – and even I feel vestiges of this from growing up in the days when the bbc was excellent – in the uk do sort of intrinsically trust them.
      I have no thoughts about the drug but the bbc should provide evidence and references for its assertions.


  13. StewGreen says:

    Old and non-woke TV sometimes lets out secrets

    The Clive Anderson archaeology show had a Stonehenge edition
    At one point one of the experts explained that it seemed to them there had been people with original British DNA about 10,000 years ago, but there was a sudden change and the DNA became almost all imported European ie REPLACEMENT
    … (I would guess that samples for that far back must be very limited in number )



    • StewGreen says:

      Secondly the Michael Portillo Spain trip spoke of a 1895 art work by Joaquin Sorolla 1863-1923. Spanish painter
      titled “La tratta delle schiave bianche” White Slave Trade as it depicts poor country women being sent by train to the city to work as prostitutes.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Well that ok then. We can put our imminent expulsion from our homeland as just a footnote in the grand sweep of history. Does the archeaologist offer any suggestions S to where we might move to? Or does suggest we just try and assimilate with the newcomers? They seem to like our girls but our males not so much.


    • MarkyMark says:

      So we are Africans and no longer worry about being racist?


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Of course the ‘Royals’ are immigrants… they came from Germany, and not all that many generations ago really!

      We’re all immigrants, that’s taken for granted, the question is whether would be immigrants are accepted by the locals and manage to integrate into their society successfully.

      Any immigrants who are not willing to integrate with those already living somewhere and adapt to the local culture, are not really immigrants, they’re invaders.


  14. Nibor says:

    Radio 4 Tuesday 8.30pm Costing The Earth .

    The BBC investigates a wasteful practice of a commercial organisation that repeatedly sends threatening letters to people who don’t use its services .
    An intrepid investigator disguises himself ( or trans himself) from an “ enforcement officer “ to an “enquiry agent” , or if it’s an OAP to a “ customer information assistant “ to see if a bit of a shakedown of refuseniks leads to extra shekels put in the BBC trough to enable it to hector a recalcitrant public that doesn’t share its views .

    Next week how your local hospital can only do surgery when the wind blows using green energy . Our outside broadcasters report using our new EUro 6 diesel generators bought with an EU grant just before Brexit you racist leavers .


  15. tomo says:

    Apparently …

    Now that the electricity’s cut off in Lebanon – the banks are refusing to let people have their own money – people are apparently quite ticked off…

    Have you ever been in a supermarket when there’s a power cut?

    I have … it wasn’t pretty.


  16. JohnC says:

    UK to resettle teenage Afghan women footballers and families

    Well what a surprise. They are all coming here.

    ‘Dozens of Afghan girls with promising football careers ..’
    Really BBC ?. Did Afghan women have a lot of opportunities for whole careers playing football ?.

    I’ve noticed recently how the BBC are filling their articles with claims which are so vague they cannot be proven one way or the other. I wonder why. I supect it’s down to the place now being stuffed with people like Marianna Spring who are 5/10’s but think they are a 9.


  17. taffman says:

    Where’s Bo Jo ‘The Green Giant’ ? is he on holiday?


  18. Zephir says:

    U2 playing in Glasgow:

    midway through a song the band stops and Bono stands centre stage, clapping slowly.

    After a minute or so he says “every time I clap my hands a child dies in Africa”

    Anywhere else there would be a reverential silence.

    In Glasgow someone in the audience shouts out “well stop f*****g clapping, you c**t”


  19. taffman says:

    “Wales NHS Covid passes become compulsory”
    Mickey Mouse is in charge of taffland . He is head of the ‘toons’ in the Assembly.
    How many ‘invaders’ on the south coast carry Covid-19 , small pox or TB passports? Great Britain is leaderless.


  20. taffman says:

    Did Russia steal our COVID vaccine? If so what also have they stolen?
    Al Beeb – Anything ?


  21. AsISeeIt says:

    Our newspapers can’t help themselves but reveal which side they are on.

    The FT loves the EU: ‘Bloc support. Poles rally in favour of EU‘ – and if that were really true then there wouldn’t be a problem, would there?

    The BBC hints at which sections of Polish society are so keen on the “Bloc” that they feel constrained to have a demo about it: ‘Opposition politicians, activists and artists all took part in the demonstrations… Donald Tusk, former president of the European Council and now leader of the opposition party Civic Platform, called on people to “defend a European Poland”

    Our street-smart old friend Mandy Rice-Davies would, I’m sure, have had something to say about that: “Well he would, wouldn’t he?

    Speaking of newspaper titles that speak for our institutions rather than our populations: ‘NHS waiting lists trigger “tide of abuse” against staff‘ (Guardian) – which, aside from being a warning sign of a general coarsening of public behaviour, surely has a root cause in the expectational gap between the bold utopian promise of infinite care, free at the point of access, and the inevitable earthly reality of rationing by queueing.

    The NHS, which we worshipped to the point of ritualised self-flagellation during the pandemic (OK, a few enthusiasts banged their pots and pans) – at which turn of events it might have seemed appropriate for our NHS to bravely come to our rescue rather than shutting up shop. It has now turned that expectational gap between socialistic promises and reality into a chasm:

    Just a single GP for every 2,000 patients‘ (Daily Mail) – just that single doctor… and wait and see what happens when she gets married and starts having maternity leave, then goes part-time…

    Daily Express: ‘6,000 new GPs needed to sort crisis‘ – in their accompanying picture, our representative female, twenty-something medic, taking her covid hygiene seriously with facemask but letting her beautiful long auburn flowing locks shine and flow free, appears in scrubs of course and wears the mandatory award of the heroic stethoscope around her neck. Real young medic or photo shoot model, we wonder?

    In days of yore I recall as a kid, my GP, on call, responsive and available for housecalls, always wore a sari, had a stethoscope to hand – when actually required, and she was a very good family doctor.

    But this was in the days of Ted Heath… and we’ve come a long way since those days when on the rare occasion you ever met an Indian it tended to be at your GP surgery. And as for three-day weeks…

    Average GP on three-day week after “worrying” drop in hours‘ (Telegraph)

    We all know what it’s like when you’ve been on a nice long holiday and you simply dread going back into work to face that backlog?

    Health chief warns about office return amid “twindemic” fears‘ (‘i’) – “Well she would, wouldn’t she?


  22. Foscari says:

    Whenever I see Asad Ahmad present the Londonistan
    Programme on the BBC . Before he says anything I always
    scream out ” THE POLICE.” Because Ahmad is the number
    one stooge the anarchist Marxist editors, sub editors ,
    researchers use to do their aping from the autocue set
    up for him, by them. To be fair he is not the only one.
    You see, it’s the police who are responsible for the increased
    knifing by the black drug gangs in the capitol, with the
    polices stop and search approach. So far as the hierarchy of the
    anarchists at the BBC are concerned. The gangs wouldn’t
    carry knives if the police didn’t stop and search them. Problem solved.
    And this is the crap that is dished out to us from
    the BBC in London.


  23. digg says:

    Our Dan upholding the snide BBC attacks on the Government this morning interviewing a Tory Minister.

    Q1. “Industries are worried about the rise in energy costs, can the PM really handle this from his sun-bed or wherever he is?”.

    Q2. ” Why have the Government not yet paid the French the £-millions they demanded to strengthen (their own) French borders?”.

    The minister handled both questions with polite and succinct replies but for the BBC the job was done, The Guardian denizens will be well happy, with the headline ammo Dan handed to them!


  24. digg says:

    Now it’s the revelation that if you get flu as well as covid you are at twice the risk of dying….

    A bit like saying if you get hit by a bus them get hit by a truck you are at twice the risk of injury.

    BBC Headline bait again.


  25. Jeff says:

    I didn’t watch the new and much hyped flagship series on ITV last night, The Larkins, but apparently (so I’ve been reliably informed) it was even ghastlier than I feared.

    It wasn’t only Charlie that had undergone some strange racial metamorphosis, emerging somewhat duskier than HE Bates intended…

    No, this peculiar racial transformation also infected the old and rather befuddled major, that I remember so fondly from the series in the 1990s, that also brought us the stunning Catherine Zeta Jones; by Jove!

    For Gawd’s sake, now the elderly major is a blinkin’ Asian. Well, of course, he would be… Why should I be surprised?

    Remember that this is set in rural Kent in the 1950s, when if you’d seen someone non white it would have been the talk of the village for a fortnight. In this series it looks like the cast of Eastenders.

    HE Bates must be doing cartwheels…


    • Doublethinker says:

      There isn’t any escape from the cultural appropriation by the MSM of British life pre BAME invasion. Even as recently as five years ago if a programme was set in a period pre 1960 it was rare that BAME actor would have been cast in a white role but that is no longer the case , The Black Anne Boleyn marked a new height in the cultural appropriation of our country by the invaders. I find it impossible to take such a character seriously and just switch off.
      This penchant for cultural appropriation hasn’t yet infected continental countries and provided you don’t mind the subtitles there is some reasonable stuff from Denmark, Poland , Germany , Norway and Finland but I don’t expect it will be long before we see the height of incongruity with Hitler being played by a black actor.


      • theisland says:

        “This penchant for cultural appropriation hasn’t yet infected continental countries …”

        I think you are right and this tells us something.
        It tells us that however vile and contemptuous of the general population the programme makers and promoters may be in Europe, they are not as vile and contemptuous as those in the UK.
        Why is this so? Are their institutions (across the board) less ‘infiltrated’?


      • BRISSLES says:

        That’s right Double, my main source of viewing is the Netflix international dramas and films, and are generally far superior if sub-titles don’t bother you. I know I’ve banged on about a series called Velvet before (Spanish), but there are over 55 episodes, set in 50’s Spain, and its stayed true to reality – no cast member of colour at all.


      • JimS says:

        The French Spiral bravely started out with all the crooks being ‘foreign’ but they ended up with a black, female judge.

        The Danish Borgen had a female prime minister, with no obvious ability, except her dislike for pig-keeping, mainstream voters who weren’t keen on immigration.

        ‘Ethnics’ are well embedded in ScandiNoir and the trend is only one way – White European Bad.


        • Doublethinker says:

          Borgen is interesting. It was made ten years ago and the PMs liberal credentials were impeccable and her love of migrants unsurpassed. The only opposition to mass migration came from an old crusty country bumpkin. I am not sure if this story line reflected what the Danish people then thought.
          But ten years on things have changed in Denmark which now has some tough rules to keep Denmark Danish and sound border controls. Oh how I wish the UK followed the Danish lead.


      • Banania says:

        “Hitler being played by a black actor.”
        They absolutely would not dare.


    • BRISSLES says:

      Jeff, I am a child of 50’s Kent, and the only non white – if they were seen at all – were amongst the U.S. military based at Manston airport at the time. I remember there was a hell of a hoo ha, when it was reported that one of them had gone on the rampage with an axe along Ramsgate sea front. Not much has changed since.


      • Rob in Cheshire says:


        Who are you going to believe, the right on MSM or your lying eyes?

        I was watching Grantchester the other week, and now that poor old Leonard, the curate, has got six months for gross indecency, the new curate is of course a black man from Nigeria, as was so common in 1950s rural Britain.

        Mind you, Granchester had already had a black African bishop, as you often found in England circa 1958. The current bishop is Scottish. I had always thought it was called the Church of England, and the Scots had their own church, but hey, facts, schmacts.

        Remember folks, it’s the 1950s, and if your local curate isn’t gay, he’s black. And if your local bishop isn’t black, he’s Scottish. Hope that’s all clear.


  26. Guest Who says:

    The BBC Moaning Emole neatly combines topical propaganda with what is, as the bbc hierarchy cutely calls ‘not news’.

    Yes… it’s Chaz and Vague!

    Prince Charles on climate change

    He’s long argued business leaders would be crucial in tackling climate change, he’s converted his cars to reduce his carbon footprint, installed solar panels and heat pumps, created new eating habits. Prince Charles has made changes in light of issues surrounding the climate and global temperature rises. We’ve interviewed the Prince of Wales about the climate and he reveals how he understands why groups like Extinction Rebellion are taking part in protests but says action like blocking roads “isn’t helpful”. He also describes the upcoming COP26 summit on climate change as “a last chance saloon” and says it would be “a disaster” if the world did not come together. Read his interview in full here.


    No mention of the crushing hypocrisy and scientific illiteracy of his family in their chosen field of virtue signalling that makes that of the BBC seem almost competent and impartial?

    Did he bring a paper bear to poo in the studio?


  27. Guest Who says:


    ‘Gen Z’s appear to be rebelling against the chilling conformity of identity-based programming.’

    ✍️ James Innes-Smith

    Mine appear Gen YouTube, on demand, and then only when guns are involved pointed in politically incorrect directions.

    And still bear a massive grudge that the LF was imposed at Uni when not needed.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      My two, ‘Generation Z’ (horrible, American term, but then so was my ‘Gen-X’) offspring watch YouTube and Netflix, so do ALL of their friends – they often exchange recommendations on what to watch (and what not to) with each other via text and at school.

      For the most part they’re not even aware of live TV, or the BBC, why should they be? If they are aware, it’s something ‘old people’ like their parents and grandparents watch, and which they might be forced (reluctantly) to watch at school, or when visiting Gran. It doesn’t help that EVERYTHING they watch on it is the same, bland pap, stuffed full of ‘politically correct’ propaganda.

      NOTHING will change that now, logically, why should it? There’s all kind of good material out there (whatever your interests), and they can choose exactly what to watch, where, when, how, and for how long – if it starts to get ‘boring’ or ‘preachy’ they can flick on to something more interesting with a single finger swipe.

      Live TV is dead, it just hasn’t realised it yet. The genie is out of the bottle, and the future of entertainment are enterprising individuals and groups who can produce their own material and keep it engrossing. Although it has to be said there is such a diverse and massive potential audience out there, just about anything you can produce will be of interest to some of them.

      As for political leaning etc.., as a rule Gen-Z are concerned about the environment, but not to the extent of wanting to go hungry, walk to school, or go cold for it, and no, they don’t lose any sleep over it. There is such a total overload of information (and campaigning) on the subject, I would say there could be a backlash one day in the not so distant future, but already it’s seen as a ‘turn off’ subject. Which is a shame, because there are issues there which need to be tackled… in my opinion.

      They’re definitely more right leaning and conservative on most issues than the rather limp (but angry and outspoken) Millennials that proceed them and generally teach them, and rather despising of those same Millennials for their ‘stupidity’ and ‘hypocrisy’.

      On the down side, I would say there is (actually, for once the BBC might be right?) the potential for ‘far right radicalism’ among some of the not so bright of their generation. It’s telling that most of those arrested for being ‘far right terrorists’ are working class, white lads of the 15-25 age range. There may be good reasons why they’re angry though?

      Maybe the next ‘world dictator’ will be a ‘far right’ demagogue who started out as a ‘YouTube Influencer’? If so, a lot of the blame for their rise will (ironically) lie with the middle aged (increasingly Millennial) ‘liberal’ producers of today and the boring ‘politically correct’ pap they churn out.


      • Garry Lavin says:

        Difficult to work out what’s going on. My lad is quiet…but a hands on, can do kind of young bloke…..popular with all generations. Can’t do with me as an old know all though.

        His old school mates hang on my every word….waiting for the next gag I suppose… other young people here.


      • Dover Sentry says:

        Good post BigBrother. Thanks.


      • JimS says:

        ‘far-left’: A loose coalition of disaffected minorities, only linked by the ‘intersection’ of their perception of ‘victimhood’, with an unhealthy dose of envy and hatred. If they eliminated the majority and the insufficently ‘far-left’ everything would be OK now.

        ‘far-right’:A populist coalition of the silenced majority who fear that they have been taken for fools as they quietly got on with their lives, like their ancestors, breeding, working, eating and sleeping. If the ‘far-left’ ‘went away’ everything would be OK eventually, especially after a drink.


  28. Fedup2 says:

    Do you wonder what the link is between the coming COP thing and the so called ‘energy crisis ?’

    Countries which export gas seem to be reluctant to increase world supply as the west goes into winter .Why ? Is that true ?

    Obviously a dodgy state like Russia will alway be the baddie – but what of others ?


  29. MarkyMark says:

    “Prince Charles has made changes in light of issues surrounding the climate and global temperature rises” – all free to him at no cost.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Incredible how much one man can be . Or the hypocricy of an extremely wealthy person preaching to us plebs .
      At least we wont have to put up with him as King for too long …

      So lets have More dairy more meat more carbon …to ofset him.


  30. MarkyMark says:

    Does Afghanistan have oil fields?
    Image result for afghan oil fields
    With hydrocarbon-rich Iran and Turkmenistan to its west, Afghanistan harbours around 1.6 billion barrels of crude oil, 16 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and another 500 million barrels of natural gas liquids.19 Aug 2021

    Oil and Gas Available in Afghanistan
    Halfdan Carstens
    Afghanistan has just launched its very first licensing round. Three blocks with 6 proven oil and gas fields are up for grabs in the Amy Darya Basin next to Turkmenistan.This article appeared in Vol. 6, No. 3 – 2009


  31. StewGreen says:

    Marr’s guest claiming that cancelling the Australian submarine deal was wicked,
    and claiming Boris has no respect in the rest of the world, but claiming a certain portion of British love his buffoonery.
    I would’ve though more people abroad fall for his PR than British.


  32. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY WATCH #1 – stop using carbon or you will cop it …

    … from the BBC for the next four weeks. Groan. It would be interesting if the Horror Bin and M’Grath did an expose of how much carbon goes into a solar panel and how much goes into a wind turbine and the amount of energy required in producing things that don’t work very well and wear out far too quickly.

    Perhaps Marianna would like to spring in to action to fact check? No?

    I thought not.

    Instead, in the meantime, we are going to have to put up with BBC Radio Global Warming this and Climate Change that and renewables, renewables, renewables for for weeks and then it will all be over.


  33. StewGreen says:

    8pm Anti-whiteness prog, on the anti-whiteness network

    9pm prog about a Glasgow-based Urdu interpreter.
    10:45pm Book AT Bedtime Set in 1960s Harlem,, New York
    11pm George the black poet
    11:30pm Series about South Africa’s Mandela and Zuma

    13:45 lunchtime : the life of an extended black family all living in one house in Crawley


  34. Fedup2 says:

    Nut nut has sent one of his unknown ministers around the globe trying to get an agreement to do something . They’ll all sign it and toast the global achievement for the voters back home .

    Biden watchers will have a field day ..

    But in real life – nothing will change for the canny countries like India and china – but Blighty – we will out green everyone else and sit in the dark during the coming power cuts .

    . The BBC and the wokes will be happy though …..


  35. Foscari says:

    If Hitler would of known how easy it was to cross the
    channel for unwanted guests. He probably would of
    been strolling down Regent Street a day after landing !!


    • Foscari says:

      As an appendage. We did have Churchill then.


      • Up2snuff says:

        A proper Churchill, not one off to the sun with his latest lady.


        • BigBrotherCorporation says:

          I was wondering about that too. It’s claimed we were saved from many of the all conquering European armies of past by the Channel: Philip of Spain (the ‘invincible’ Spanish Army was intending to cross from Flanders on the Armada), Napoleon (who reputedly threw a tantrum when told his army wouldn’t be able to cross on rafts and barges), and Hitler, as you say… with probably the most technologically advanced army up to that point in time!

          In which case, how come thousands of ‘refugees’ can just hop in overloaded rubber dinghies and zip over here? You have to wonder just how much ‘assistance’ they’re getting, don’t you? … and from whom…


  36. Sluff says:

    The price of plastic buckets has gone through the roof.
    This is putting huge pressure on the window cleaning industry. What is needed is a government window cleaning strategy and taxpayer-funded plastic bucket subsidies.

    Alternatively, we could just let the market find its own level. Which it is pretty good at.
    Something our current socialist government seems to find unacceptable. As does the BBC.

    PS I just made the first paragraph up. But then again………


  37. MarkyMark says:

    Prince Charles Net Worth in Richest Politicians › Royals

    Prince Charles Net Worth:
    $100 Million

    Prince Charles’ Salary
    $20 Million

    Prince Charles net worth: Prince Charles is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Charles has a net worth of $100 million. Prince Charles was born at Buckingham Palace in 1948. He was baptized by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Geoffrey Fisher, with water from the River Jordan. He had several Godparents, which included grandparents, aunts and cousins.


  38. MarkyMark says:

    Last week a BBC hero now … “AQ Khan: The most dangerous man in the world?”


  39. MarkyMark says:

    The paradox of tolerance states that if a society is tolerant without limit, its ability to be tolerant is eventually seized or destroyed by the intolerant. Karl Popper described it as the seemingly paradoxical idea that in order to maintain a tolerant society, the society must retain the right to be intolerant of intolerance.
    . . ..

    The inquiry team found examples of “children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone”.


  40. MarkyMark says:

    The war was lost without a shot being fired ….

    “St Andrews has introduced compulsory modules on sustainability, diversity, consent and good academic practice and will not allow students to matriculate if they do not “pass” by agreeing with certain statements. The university is one of a growing number insisting that students undertake training on subjects including anti-bullying and climate change.”

    ‘Effectively you had to agree with what they’re saying and these statements weren’t factual things, these were opinions. It seems like they [the university] are pushing an agenda and it appears performative and contrary to academic freedom and freedom of thought.


    • StewGreen says:

      BTW the Times top comment there has been removed by the Times
      leaving the wokist responses to it.
      The remainder of the comments are mostlt anti-Woke


  41. Foscari says:

    If you want a laugh go on to the main page of the BBC’S
    internet pages. Scroll on to ” Mpappe helps France beat
    Spain in Nations League final.
    Actually it was a very good match with much high skill
    as you would expect. If England had a half decent manager
    it is possible that we could reach near to this standard,
    BUT to be honest only scroll on to the page if you want
    to read about or watch the BBC’S number one sports coverage
    now -Women’s football!


  42. MarkyMark says:

    BBC last week “Abdul Qadeer Khan: ‘Father of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb’ dies”

    BBC this week “Scientist AQ Khan cultivated his image as the “father” of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb”



    • Doublethinker says:

      Amazingly talented man. He was a leg spin bowler for Pakistan in the 80’s as well.


    • StewGreen says:

      BBC would say “we didn’t say he WAS the father, we used a quotation marks in the headline”

      Often described as the “father” of Pakistan’s nuclear bomb, in reality he was one of a number of key figures.
      But he carefully cultivated his own mythology which made him a national hero, seen as having secured Pakistan’s safety against the threat of India.


  43. StewGreen says:

    Brand new BBC energy article, still uses the incorrect graphic as always
    which contains the claim that standby power is £35 of your electric bill.
    BBC More or Less pointed out standby power is almost nothing by the cost for a house is more like a fifth or a tenth of £35


  44. MarkyMark says:

    Suddenly the UK citizens realise that energy does not come from unicorns blowing rainbows into turbines.


  45. Zephir says:

    Follow the science, erm:


  46. StewGreen says:

    DVLA union and lack of drivers :


  47. MarkyMark says:

    China has banned British beef imports of cattle under 30 months of age after a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or “mad cow” disease, in the UK last month.

    The ban took effect from 29 September, according to a statement from the General Administration of Customs.

    China has yet to restart buying beef from the UK after agreeing in 2018 to lift previous restrictions.

    Beijing imposed a ban in the 1990s during earlier outbreaks of BSE.

    In September, the UK’s Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) said a case of BSE had been confirmed on a farm in Somerset.

    – – – – –

    The 2008 Chinese milk scandal was a significant food safety incident in China. The scandal involved milk and infant formula along with other food materials and components being adulterated with melamine. The chemical was used to increase the nitrogen content of diluted milk, giving it the appearance of higher protein content in order to pass quality control testing. Of an estimated 294,000 victims,[1] 6 babies died from kidney stones and other kidney damage and an estimated 54,000 were hospitalized.[2][3]


  48. MarkyMark says:

    Hancock still has a job … yet …. “A North Wales Police constable will lose his job after breaching Covid rules during Wales’ winter lockdown.

    Mark Lee, 43, said he was not aware of recent regulations when he went for a walk with his partner 20 miles from his home on 29 December 2020.”

    YET …

    Margaret Ferrier MP
    MP Rutherglen & Hamilton West. If a constituent Email: Like RT ≠END


    • StewGreen says:

      That’s a weird one
      He had been on long-term sick leave since August 2020
      the Welsh government brought in a lockdown in December 2020
      7 days later he went for a walk outside his zone.
      A sergeant spots him and knows he has tested positive for Covid the week before, so asks why he wasn’t isolating.
      Having established that the cop had not actually broken the law on that
      , they charged him with being too far from his home.
      10 months later it comes to court. He offered 2 excuses, he didn’t know of the new regulation and the child was autistic so couldn’t go everywhere.
      The judge says no excuses are allowed.
      He gets thrown out of the police cos broke the law, even though he says he didn’t intend to break the law.
      His illness seems to be mental health, so maybe he’s not in a good state to do the job
      but he’d done it for 12 years.
      Can they really not rehabilitate him , like they do with cops busted for driving offences ?

      The first thing is was the woman prosecuted ?
      Cos if she wasn’t that isn’t equality.


  49. tomo says:

    I see the ratio-ing of the Disney – Fauci trailer on YouTube is progressing well 102k vs 7.6k


  50. s.trubble says:

    Anyone think to jazz things up a bit that some of the experts in Bargain Hunt have been given speed?

    However, the close your eyes, open your eyes as the bonus buy is delivered seems odd.

    And the vertical line as opposed to the traditional horizontal line
    is odder still unless of course someone has complained that during the legs up they have glimpsed some knickers.