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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  1. digg says:

    BBC headline article. “I understand climate activists anger says Prince Charles. “

    Of course they missed the bit about not agreeing with their tactics. So roll on the next set of M25 bollox sanctioned by Royal Appointment hey?

    Justin Rowlatt just sneakily led the POW by the nose who fell for all his devious traps!


  2. MarkyMark says:

    The Four Pests campaign (Chinese: 除四害; pinyin: Chú Sì Hài), was one of the first actions taken in the Great Leap Forward in China from 1958 to 1962. The four pests to be eliminated were rats, flies, mosquitoes, and sparrows. The extermination of sparrows is also known as sparrow fighting movement (Chinese: 打麻雀运动; pinyin: Dǎ Máquè Yùndòng) or sparrow elimination campaign (Chinese: 消灭麻雀运动; pinyin: Xiāomiè Máquè Yùndòng), which resulted in severe ecological imbalance, being one of the causes of the Great Chinese Famine. In 1960, Mao Zedong ended the campaign against sparrows and redirected the fourth focus to bed bugs.


  3. Thoughtful says:

    Readers should watch this and be horrified by what is going on in Bidens Whitehouse, and think on who it might be pulling the strings, because even Obama bas as he is wouldn’t ever try to pull a stunt like this:


    • Doublethinker says:

      This is a leftist revolution as fundamental as the Bolshevik one in 1917. With the state controlling everything and rewarding behaviour it approves of and punishing those it doesn’t. Truly scary.


  4. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “Ohio police probed after man screaming ‘I’m paraplegic’ dragged from car”

    “To pull this man out of the car, by his hair – a paraplegic – is totally unacceptable, inhumane and sets a bad light on our great city of Dayton, Ohio,” Derrick Foward, of the local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, told the Washington Post.”

    More race-baiting from our BBC. In a far away country, a man driving away from a major drug dealer’s house refuses to exit his car when asked. He has a bag of cash amounting to £16,500 in his car (who doesn’t?).
    Black officers remove him from his car when he refuses.


  5. StewGreen says:

    WGAP on the BBC’s coverage of illegals and dingy divers


  6. StewGreen says:

    ITV local news, yet another PRasNews piece for Hull Sisters
    .. the other week they had a long item about how the refugee charity had got a new premises after, the council stopped their free room.


  7. StewGreen says:

    Next ITV item “World Coming Out Day”


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      It may come as a surprise to everyone, in fact I’m sure it’ll be unexpected in its audacity and daring, but…. I’m not coming out on World Coming Out Day, in fact, I’m a heterosexual, for those who don’t know what that is, it’s a man who is physically attracted to women (well, some of them anyway, I definitely prefer those with cervixes).

      There, I’ve said it now, glad I got it off my chest, shocked?


  8. Fedup2 says:

    I think the whole 5pm news staff were pleasuring themselves over a feature which was something like ‘Ghandi the musical ‘

    Which apparently is an opera about the saints’ life in South Africa – naturally the Mandela name was thrown in … bet they needed another box of tissues ,….


  9. Fedup2 says:

    Is there a funding site to get mr c packham a new Range Rover ….? Keep it diesel Chris … he must be so re – wild …


  10. Guest Who says:

    Maybe he could out Hunte Ben too?


    • StewGreen says:

      That’s BBC-Diversity
      .. the SAME London clique ALL the time


      • BRISSLES says:

        I think Ore Odooba – one time BBC sports presenter, thought he was in line for greatness, till he fell for the Strictly fee and got demoted to Celebrity Antiques Road Show, plus a few other minor presenting jobs.

        I wonder if I’m like everyone else, – now seeing an abundance of non white tv faces, but their African/Asian names are a non starter with pronouncing or remembering them.


  11. smoogie7 says:

    BBC siding with remainers as usual. I bet they could not resit getting a picture of someone waving the BBC’s ‘national flag’ while anyone from any country that wants to leave the EU is of course going to be portrayed as racist:


  12. Northern Voter says:

    Guest who
    And even now he’s doing Mastermind! I know it’s recorded.


  13. theisland says:

    THE BBC was accused last night of refusing to pay damages to Earl Spencer’s former head of security whose bank statements were forged on the orders of Martin Bashir. Alan Waller said he was angry and confused that the BBC was not engaging “in any meaningful way” over his claim for £500,000 compensation. His dismay has been fuelled by a payment of hundreds of thousands of pounds to Matt Wiessler, the graphic artist who mocked up Mr Waller’s statements on the orders of Bashir. Bashir used the fake statements to win the trust of Earl Spencer, who introduced him to Diana, Princess of Wales, leading to his interview with her. Mr Waller said: “My name was dragged through the mud repeatedly by Bashir. And yet there has been no meaningful engagement by the BBC.” Bashir used the mocked up statements as evidence that Mr Waller was receiving money from both a tabloid newspaper and the security services to spy on Earl Spencer and the princess. The claims were false. Bashir asked Mr Wiessler to fake the bank statements showing mocked up payments which he then showed to Earl Spencer.

    Lawyers for Mr Waller have offered to settle all claims against the corporation for £495,000. Mr Waller said: “The BBC has not accepted this [my claim]. Equally, they have not engaged with us in any meaningful way nor offered to do so. Instead, they have indicated that they wish to stretch matters out to the next level, which of course, if the matter has to go to court, will incur massive legal costs.”


  14. Northern Voter says:

    Mrs Voter is watching the quizzes on bBBC at the moment, Only Connect is on. They managed to get Greeter Thundberg as a question, and Donald Trump disparagingly as an aside to the same question, they just can’t let it go can they?


    • Lunchtime Loather says:

      Yes, Mrs Loather and I saw that too. Both of us felt that there was an edit immediately afterwards that, presumably, removed some ripe comments before moving on to the next question.


  15. Dobyns says:

    Never to be reported on al beeb …


  16. Dover Sentry says:

    GB News:

    Nigel Farage and Lawrence Fox discussing politics whilst Talking Pints (of beer). This would never be seen on our BBC.


    • G.W.F. says:

      Yes good to see politics discussed in a non BBC style. Now come on, have a conversation with Tommy Robinson, discuss his views in a non confrontational way.


  17. StewGreen says:

    Tonight’s TV BBC has TWO dramas about Blair
    9pm BBC2 Blair & Brown
    10pm BBC4 “The Special Relationship”, about the relationship between Blair and Bill Clinton.


  18. StewGreen says:

    10pm Channel4 doco Britain’s sleazy cops


    • StewGreen says:

      “Of the 39 police forces who responded to our FOI, nearly two-thirds of allegations of sexual misconduct were either not upheld, deemed no case to answer, discontinued or no further action taken”

      “There are just over 200,000 police officers and PCSOs. So it works out at just under 1% have been accused of some form of sexual misconduct.”


    • Thoughtful says:

      But you can bet your bottom dollar it will not ever mention the absolute fact of a disproportionate number of Pakistani Muslim officers who have committed these offences or been accused of them.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Talking to Islamic women without a male being available?


  19. pugnazious says:

    Marianna Spring once again organising the dots to her own liking and presenting us with an intriguing conspiracy theory that the BBC just loves to peddle…..anti-vaxxers are the sinister people behind pregnant women having doubts about getting vaccinated

    Hmmmm….was it not official advice that they shouldn’t get vaccinated?….

    ‘Pregnant women are not able to get the new coronavirus vaccine due to a lack of data on its use among this group.

    The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) says it does not advise giving the jab, developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, in pregnancy, adding that it “favours a precautionary approach”.’

    Who knew that the JCVI was a sinister anti-vaxxer group?

    Here’s UNICEF….

    ‘Vaccination of pregnant women has not gone through all the clinical trials: more precisely, pregnant women were not part of the groups that were studied. Pregnancy is not a contraindication for the vaccine, which means that pregnant women have the choice of getting vaccinated or not. However, at this moment, doctors can only give a recommendation, and then a pregnant woman has to choose for herself which is a higher risk for them. There are various groups of experts who disagree on this issue, so we have American groups of gynaecologists and obstetricians who are advising that pregnant women get vaccinated, while in Britain they are not coming out either for or against it. The research is not yet complete, so we cannot give clear and solid scientific advice. It is up to pregnant women to choose for themselves and to consult their doctors about it.’

    The advice has changed now but the doubts were sown by the official advice and not anti-vaxxers.

    And what about heavy periods or that they have stopped…this is again, apparently, anti-vaxxer myths…hmmm….and yet it’s true…as the BBC itself told us….

    ‘At a Covid vaccine appointment, you will probably be warned of possible side effects – fever, headache, a sore arm for a day or two afterwards. Changes to the menstrual cycle will not appear on the list.

    But women online around the world have started asking if early, heavy or painful periods might be an unlisted reaction to the jab.

    Dr Kate Clancy, a medical anthropologist, shared on Twitter her experience of an unusually heavy period following the Moderna vaccine, and received dozens of similar accounts in response. With former colleague Dr Katharine Lee, she launched a survey documenting people’s experiences.’

    So there may well be a link and women are justifiably asking questions….but the BBC denounces them as dangerous anti-vaxxers…..but…er…the BBC also published the doubts and questions….soooo…are they also dangerous anti-vaxxers spreading myths and lies?


  20. StewGreen says:

    Tuesday Radio4’s #DayOfTheScientist
    R4 Today features Tories @Jeremy_Hunt about Covid + David Willetts on science
    and then Labour’s @ChiOnwurah maybe as balance

    also @jimalkhalili, Sir Patrick Vallance, David Spiegelhalter

    The R4 graphic looks very Soviet


  21. StewGreen says:

    ITV just did 3 trailers in a row



    #3 ITV Black History Month on ITV Hub


  22. pugnazious says:

    Listened to Clive Myrie on 5 Live this morning telling us that we are 40,000 nurses short and Brexit may be the cause.

    Unfortunately the person they brought in to discuss this came up with some inconvenient facts….actually 4 in 5 of those 40,000 vacancies are filled by agency nurses and any drop in nurses wasn’t Brexit but the change to language qualifications [and many nurses came from Asia not the EU]…plus, as with lorry drivers, other countries have improved their own terms and conditions and are competing for nursing staff….and by employing foreign staff retention is always more difficult…they may, understandably, prefer home if the offers are good enough.

    Brexit has nothing to do with the number of either lorry drivers nor nurses.

    Curious how the BBC forgets that up to 300,000 people are still coming here….are there no lorry drivers, no medical staff, no agri-workers, no care staff, no chicken wranglers, no hospitality staff in amongst them…or is it just the EU that provided all those cheap labourers?


    • Doublethinker says:

      The Remainer 5 th column is gearing its self up for another attempt to overturn the referendum result, either by persuasion or by dictat. Their playbook is clear:
      *Close covert cooperation with Brussels
      *Blame every shortage or inconvenience sufferedby the public on Brexit
      *If there aren’t enough crises manufacture some and exaggerate those that do occur, NPI, fuel, Christmas shortages, illegal immigration , NHS staff shortage, and many more to come
      *Use the MSM , which is now even more pro Remain than it was in 2016, to ram the anti Brexit message home
      *Get rid of Boris because even he can’t renege on Brexit and replace him with a covert Remainer eg a May type, or, even better, get Labour back in power
      * If the polls are good hold a second referendum if not just go back in the EU ‘because it’s the best thing for the country’, joining the Euro and passing legislation to prevent any further referenda so we are stuck in it.

      Make no mistake they have the power to do all of the above.


    • Fedup2 says:

      And I bet agency nurses get for cash for doing even less work than the regular choc eaters who are probably to bad to even work for agencies … ( apologies – personal experience getting in there ) ….
      Don’t forget to clap …


  23. JohnC says:

    Ohio police probed after man screaming ‘I’m paraplegic’ dragged from car

    After reading the full story, it’s quite clear that the guy wouldn’t get out of the car to let the police search it because it had a bag of $22,450 in it just after he left a house being watched because of all the drug use.

    So who do the BBC side with ?. The police or the black drug dealer ?.

    Sorry, no prizes for this one. The answer is obvious when you know the BBC.

    Well done Ohio police. Shame on you BBC. You continue to disgust me with your racist far-Left ethics.


  24. JohnC says:

    DC Comics reveal that latest Superman character is bisexual

    The BBC luvvies wetting their panties again.

    ‘Since the series was released in July, Jon has already fought wildfires caused by climate change, scuppered a high school shooting, and protested against the deportation of refugees.’

    What a shame he hasn’t managed to tackle the much bigger problem of murders of black people by other black people. Seems a bit racist to me.

    ‘He said that, despite backlash from “trolls” on social media, reaction to the storyline has been overwhelmingly positive.’

    Try putting it on facebook instead of left-wing, gay forums and twatter then.

    The youtube video which came up top of my search was overwhelmingly (to the point of 100%) extremely negative.

    One thing the BBC will never tell us is how many people actually buy it.


    • TrickCyclist says:

      AFAIK, those who care have always joked about the absurdity of Superman having a sex life (In the Chris Reeve movie Superman 2, Supie had to renounce his superpowers in order to get it on with Lois Lane).
      American SF author Larry Niven’s 1969 essay “Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex”:
      The problems described by Niven would not be mitigated by making Superman a Super-shirtlifter.
      My real gripe with all this rubbish is – when did comics stop being intended for the simple pleasure of reading them?


      • JohnC says:

        Same as all the books I read now. I used to anjoy a bit of escapism to alternative realities where men chopped each other up with swords and a bit of magic by the likes of Joe Abercrombie, John Gwynne, Mark Lawrence etc.
        Now they ALL have a female lead, they ALL have anti-war messages, they ALL have some kind of anti-slavery message, they ALL have some homosexuality thread and most have some kind of disabled person who does something heroic.
        And they are just sh1t. I want adventure, not far-left educational classes.
        I read that unless they include these characters, the publishing houses won’t print it.


  25. Scroblene says:

    Just bought the DVD of ‘Ice Cold in Alex’ for a couple of quid!

    I knew Christopher Landon as I was at school with his daughter!

    What this has to do with BBC bias, is that more and more, here in ‘The Turrets’, we’re going back to our roots, and watching TV stories and films from when they were well worth seeing, and we could learn and understand the factual news from decent presenters and newsreaders.

    A chum here has mentioned that ‘The Darling Buds of May’ is a disaster. What on earth were the bbbc thinking about when they decided to trash such a fabulous British story!

    From here, I can just see a whirring over the grave of H.E.Bates…


    • Fedup2 says:

      I could try a ‘ spoiler ‘ but somehow i think you know the film . Wgenever i see it i wonder if the ‘town ‘ is a rather hot looking Elstree..


  26. taffman says:

    Has Nadine Dorries gone into action yet or is she going to be just another Priti Patel ?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Judging by her most recent TV appearance – completely out of her depth but after popular support by writing girl books .


    • JohnC says:

      Javid is the worst. I remember he rushed back from holiday during a boat-people crisis (AFTER it hit the headlines for a couple of days) and the first thing he did was write an article for the Telegraph telling us how tough he was going to be.

      He gave the French a few million to do their job better and nothing changed.


      • taffman says:

        Didn’t he declare it a “serious incident” ? From then on our totally useless Border Farce began “intercepting” the invaders .


        • JohnC says:

          lol, yes – to make sure no bodies got washed up and put it back onto the front pages. They could all be safely shepherded to a port and quietly brought ashore. The next the public heard about it was Farage going out to watch them handover from the French.

          It was clear to me that Javid was an ambitious empty shell from the start. Like Rudd.


          • Guest Who says:

            Met him once at a do organised by our MP.

            A nastier little weasel it would be hard to imagine.


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Toady watch

    Pay going up by 7%
    1.2 million job vacancies – spin that BBC

    The themes today are so woke as to be funny

    1 Coloured scientists moaning about too many white scientists

    2 soldiers are too male and beat up their wives

    3 American superheros’ are AC DC as opposed to just DC –
    that’s truly comical

    There is other BBC campaigning stuff but my head buzzes when the woke stuff comes up ….it buzzes most of the time


    • JohnC says:

      Often I go to the BBC website to see what wokery they are forcing on us today which might be worth a mention here – and many times I simply cannot stand it and just close the window.

      They are absolutely obsessed with diversity now. Someone should tell them that equality in Britain is 1 black person per 2 Asian people per 10 white people. And one woman per one man.

      Anything else is racist and/or sexist. The very things these shameless hypocrites accuse everyone else of.


      • Foscari says:

        Diversity gone mad John. The Nobel have said that they
        will only give their prizes on merit. No ethnic quota’s , no
        “positive discrimination” for women. I expect now that
        the BBC will start a campaign to “cancel” the Nobel .


        • JohnC says:

          lol – the whole world is a complete lie.

          Are we supposed to believe Obama would have got his if he was white ?.


        • Northern Voter says:

          The babbling bolshies will blow it up out of all proportion.


  28. Fedup2 says:

    Listening to the toady sports for gg s not to tip – the boss of a footy team called ‘forest green rovers ‘ got into real virtue signalling by crowing about how his club is going ‘green ‘ .

    Travel food and power are the big footy issues it seems .

    But I have solutions –

    1 no crowds – as in the covid periods
    2 only play games in daylight
    3 so no need for food – vegan or otherwise
    4 put a levy on player wages to buy wind farms

    Sometimes it has to be a joke right ?


    • Charlie Farley says:

      That will be Dale Vince owner of Ecotricity and the Football club , he was a new age traveller and eco Nut now making thousands out of selling so called Green Electric to gullible like minded people ! ….surprisingly he’s not yet an advisor to Nut Nuts but could he be friendly with the Princess ?


      • Fedup2 says:

        Thanks Charlie – I guess this character thinks the best way of getting a gong at the moment is to do a green ‘ woke gig ….

        Footy without a rat burger is . Just . Not . Football .


  29. StewGreen says:

    Someone makes Vine a victim
    You can’t go round to people’s houses with writs
    especially when you know only their wife and kids are at home.*
    Guardian report: “Jeremy Vine ‘unnerved’ after home targeted by anti-vaccine protesters.
    Presenter says group angry at BBC reporting on Covid vaccines tried to serve him ‘anti-vaxx writ.’”
    And the video doxes his address.

    * Of course an anti-Tommy activist did that to Tommy’s wife’s house too.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Stew – journalists need to know there has to be a price – and in the case of highly paid outspoken journos the price must be higher – they need to know there will be consequences …( have that BBC troll site readers ) ….


      • Fedup2 says:

        Just following up on this – one Suzanna Moore – a guardianista who was fired for some reason – but now writes for the daily telegraph – mounts a defence for vermin such as packham and vine .

        But the comments section is interesting – a number point out that if the likes of the BBC allow only ‘approved thought ‘ then people who do not ‘approve ‘ will seek other ways of stating their case .
        Personally i am amazed that journalists haven’t received such treatment before now – and the level of restraint exercised by those whose voices can no longer be heard ….


      • StewGreen says:

        Fed sure there are legal consequences
        but they stated the writ was to do with his Channel5 show, so surely the writ should have been served to the show’s office rather than his home.

        Right Said Fred tweeted that ‘they have been doorstepped hundreds of times, so what is the difference doing it to vine’

        The original 2 part video shows the house and street are clearly identified, but that the main protesters stayed 200 yards away and didn’t even enter that that street.


        • Fedup2 says:

          No – people get doorstepped by BBC TV licencing so why shouldn’t BBC paid people ?

          And out of ‘open ness ‘ why not publish home addresses ?


          • StewGreen says:

            Two wrongs don’t make a right.
            Someone found out where Packham lived and set a car on fire.
            Now it could be it was a false flag by people on his side, to make his opponents look like thugs.
            but the addresses of celebs do need protecting cos they are vulnerable to psychos.
            TV licence people having your address is an entirely different matter.


        • StewGreen says:

          Oh the Moore article is outside the paywall so all is visible including the comments
          Most of the 968 are against her
          Some list lefty doorstepping and intimidation eg against Moggs kids, IDS, The LBC presenter saying “just shoot them” etc.

          One part of her article uses the power smear label to shut down people who question Climate Alarmism
          The trouble comes when people cannot tell the difference between facts and feelings and produce a whole world of “alternative facts” usually drawn from “deep research”
          – a couple of Youtube videos.
          Climate change denial depends on similar nonsense.


    • StewGreen says:

      Moore’s article is spin, cos it the beginning it tries to equate the two events as “thuggery”.

      Setting Packham’s car on fire is
      but the Vine writ wasn’t.

      This line
      “BBC presenter Jeremy Vine had a gang of anti-vaxx protesters turn up at his house.”
      is untrue


      • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

        Comments on the Telegraph article are heartwarming. Exactly as you would hope.


    • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

      No issue with Capita ‘doorstepping’ pensioners for the TV tax?

      I’m surprised Vine and some of these other vociferous lefty scum haven’t been attacked. When you actively push for people to be sacked from their jobs, denied the right to earn their living, demonised in society, outed for non leftist views, etc and ruin people’s lives, it’s just a matter of time before they do it to the wrong person or group of people.

      He is the lowest of the low.


  30. Guest Who says:

    ‘People’, Dan? Do go on.


  31. taffman says:

    “UK job vacancies reach 20-year high”

    Where have all the ‘school levers’ gone ? They have gone to ‘yoonie’ to waste time and money learning silly and worthless degrees.


  32. Tabs says:

    ‘I can’t leave people without a tree at Christmas’

    A totally made up story about how this tree seller cannot find delivery drivers to deliver his Xmas trees. The article hints that everyone used to collect their own tree anyway.

    What next from the BBC? A pimp complaining about fuel costs to deliver his Hos to clients?


    • JohnC says:

      I read that and my instant thought was he doesn’t give a shiny shit about leaving people without a tree : he wants their money.

      The BBC are currently on a Brexit-spite driven campaign to pull the country to pieces – so they try to make us have sympathy for this ‘victim’. Which is a bit of a scumbag trick considering their charter – but they don’t care. This rank hypocrisy is why I despise the Left so much.


  33. theisland says:
    Stop Grooming Gang members accessing public funds to fight their convictions

    Read the Government response and weep.

    It includes:
    Decisions about legal aid funding are a matter for the Legal Aid Agency (LAA), which is responsible for administering the criminal and civil legal aid schemes across England and Wales. As the LAA operates independently of Government, Ministers can neither intervene in, nor comment on decisions made about the grant of funding in individual cases.

    How convenient for them all.


    • Doublethinker says:

      If we lived back in say 1990 many would have signed a petition like this with no thought of the personal consequences . But thirty years later , in the age of cancel culture and evangelical Wokery , one has to at think about saying , writing or signing anything. Who knows where e mail addresses might end up and on what list leaked to the Woke zealots by their sympathisers in the civil service.
      I’m afraid that we are slowly being cowed into submission and unless there is an organised mutually supportive resistance those who the Woke consider potential leaders eg Laurence Fox or TR , of such a resistance will be picked off one by one.


    • Thoughtful says:

      Come on, you must know this is not even a remote possibilty?

      The Human Rights Act requires that anyone facing a custodial sentence receives a fair trial, and not having legal representation amounts to an unfair trial.

      This should be obvious to anyone with even half a brain, also the fact that they might not actually be guilty !

      The point however is that those who are found guilty should be expected to pay back the money which has been expended for their defence as well as compensating their victims.

      In the case where deportations are available only one legal aid claim should be allowed.


      • theisland says:

        The petition was to stop Grooming Gang members who had already been charged, convicted and sentenced to access public funds to fight their convictions and/or any deportation efforts.
        It is wrong to give convicted criminals money to fight deportation.


  34. AsISeeIt says:

    Getting to the very bottom of the issues
    On a day when boffins are trying to reinvent the sauce bottle…

    The Daily Express says: ‘Don’t panic…‘ – and that right there has to be reverse psychology at work because now I’m worried. I wonder if SAGE, our top experts in crowd psychology, could explain?

    Our domestic-minded headline writers seem to think the fuel crisis is safely in the rear view mirror, for today at least.

    The FT takes a considered view of the wider energy issue: ‘Gas squeeze, how Europe’s reliance on volatile imports fuelled crisis‘ – we’ve seen fuel shortages, inflation and now the FT warns of interest rate rises in December. It’s like it was the 1970s. I’m half expecting flared trousers and disco music to make a come back.

    I don’t know about you, but I’m dreading Cop26.

    The Guardianistas can’t wait. It’s as though all their Christmases and their birthdays were coming at once: ‘Climate change conference 2021. Exclusive. Stand by for “surprise announcemnets” and big leap forward at Glasgow summit, says John Kerry

    Meanwhile Mark Wallace in the ‘i’ warns: ‘Wake up Prime Minister Ignoring the energy crisis threatens Britain’s prosperity

    As the world’s thoughts turn to energy production the BBC today seems to envisage the world turning ACDC:

    California to enforce “gender neutral” toy aisles in large stores

    DC Comics reveal that latest Superman character is bisexual

    I feel sorry for poor old Lois Lane – what did she ever do to get two-timed?

    Mind you, come to think of it… she couldn’t ever properly make up her mind whether to go with Clark Kent or with Superman, so I guess what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander?

    Is this comic still meant for kids? Do kids want to trouble themselves with such complex gender-bending triangles?

    They used to wonder whether Superman was a bird or a plane – not a bird or a bloke.

    I suppose while the unlikely likes of Prince Charles, Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon tuck their top clothes inside their knickers to vie with one another to save the world at Cop26, so comic character Superman can take the day off to concentrate on untangling his newly complicated love life.

    The Guardian makes a bold assertion: ‘UK’s covid failings among worst in history – inquiry

    What… worse than Edward III’s response to the Bubonic Plague that reached England in June 1348?

    Worse than Charles II’s response to the 1665 Great Plague of London?

    I guess there’s a clue there somewhere about the Leftist view of history only beginning around about the Premiership of Maggie Thatcher and also why our ancestors didn’t seem to bother with accusitory post hoc inquiries.

    There’s an interesting sub header on the Guardian frontpage: ‘”This happened despite the UK counting on some of the best expertise available anywhere“‘

    Bravo Whitty and Vallance et al, bravo!

    I think it would be safe to say that the remedy proposed is rule by public health officials and their policy of permanent strict lockdown in perpetuity.

    Where’s the inquiry into the origins, causes and route of importation of the virus?

    The Left are like a caged budgee with a mirror – clucking and preening themselves in fascinated admiration of their own perfect reflection.

    Of course, Superman-like Captain Hindsight Sir Keir would have turned the globe backwards in time and locked us down good and strong at a moment just before lab assistant Wang King Ho sold that dodgy bat carcass he picked up at work down at his local wet market.

    Mirror: ‘Covid report: Govt failings. Deadliest of delays. PM could have saved thousands by locking down just days earlier. More than 20,000 lives could have been saved...’ – really, how many more than 20,000? Why’d the Mirror bother to round down this speculative figure?

    Where to go for some light relief?

    Not the ‘i’ newspaper, they’re running a female celeb misery feature: ‘Myleene Klass Misscarriage and me: how to help women

    I wouldn’t write the ‘i’ off completely. When they get around to looking at our vax policies future covid response inquiries might care to read between the lines of this article: ‘How big pharma’s drug rip-offs are squeezing the NHS

    And on a day when the ‘i’ reminds us: ‘“My story is a miracle” Survivor of Auschwitz train celebrates his 90th birthday

    The Telegraph reminds us of the Left’s lingering flirtations with anti-semitism: ‘Sally Rooney, the Irish author of Normal People refused to have her latest novel translated into Hebrew

    One wonders had her publisher taken up the offer of an Israeli edition whether our Sally would have thrown her proofs on a bonfire?

    Light relief was what I was after…

    Ah, the ever saucy Daily Star rarely disappoints: ‘Ketchup boss says they’d love to ditch plastic & use eco-friendly glass but… nobody wants to pat their bottoms


    • Guest Who says:

      That bowl of petunias in H2G2…. Jim Tiberius Snogster so did xe too. FACT.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      California to enforce ‘gender neutral’ toy aisles in large stores

      I sometimes wonder if the BBC is sending itself up, trolling us all.

      It brings to mind the occasion when an aunt of mine (leftist, progressive, liberal) gave her great-nephew a doll for his 3rd birthday. I think the idea was that he’d not be jealous of his little, baby sister, or something.

      Anyway, doll got shoved in the back of a cupboard and ignored (by our son, not us), until little sister turned 2 and discovered it – much to her joy. It then spent most of the next 5-6 years sat on daughter’s bed, being groomed, cuddled etc…

      Meanwhile son used to like picking up sticks in the garden and ‘shooting’ or ‘whacking’ things with them.

      Seems you can create as many ‘gender neutral aisles’ as you like, but boys will be boys, and girls will be girls…

      OT a little, but is Even Low Packham’s Chinese clone?! Scary.

      Finally, ‘Open Barbers’, I don’t care what gender/sexuality my barber has (couldn’t care less), but would you let any of those near your hair?


    • Up2snuff says:

      Only 17 likes on AISI’s brilliant review of the papers today? A scandal – a real scandal – it should be 170!


  35. Tabs says:

    Latest Woke news…
    California to enforce ‘gender neutral’ toy aisles in large stores

    Democrat Assemblyman Evan Low, one of the law’s co-authors, has previously said the bill was inspired by his staff member’s eight-year-old daughter, who asked her mother why she had to go to the boys section to find a certain toy.

    No wonder businesses are leaving California


  36. Barleycorn says:

    Chief headline on the Beeb’s website just now:
    Covid: UK’s early response worst public health failure ever, MPs say
    By Nick Triggle

    As usual, the Labour Party’s propaganda department is accentuating the negative, and minimising the positive in its remorseless assault on this Government. Did the committee members actually say that I wonder- or, is Nick paraphrasing, BBC style?
    He also mentions that 150,000 people have died so far with Covid in the UK; but official sources suggest a tad over 138,000. However, as we’ve observed, the Beeb is adept at increasing numbers (especially those of intentionally overrepresented BAME employees within its ranks).
    One oddity, though, is the ‘post-truth’ impact of the dread disease on Ethnic minorities. Nick observes:
    “…The report highlighted “unacceptably high” death rates in ethnic minority groups and among people with learning disabilities and autism.
    For ethnic minorities, there were a variety of factors, including possible biological reasons and increased exposure because of housing and working conditions…”
    Odd, because the suggestion that there might be ‘biological’ factors to explain high ethnic minority mortality rates, goes against the absurd liberal (and therefore Beeb’s frequent) assertion that ‘race is a social construct’ with no biological basis. As an aside, perhaps they’d also like to explain why mixed-race folk struggle to find compatible organ and bone-marrow donors.? As another incidental, these days ‘mixed-race’ always appears to involve a black element, and ditto with the Beeb-beloved term- ‘diverse’.


    • Guest Who says:

      Where Nick paraphrases, Labour PR go out to get the ‘killer’ quotes…


      • Guest Who says:

        Ellie, who is all knowing, is from N. London.

        Looks like she is also in a surgery, which is novel for GP, surely?


      • G says:


        “”This isn’t a game. My mother didn’t lose her life in a game…..”
        People lose their lives in a war. Fact. On that subject, I’m not normally conspiratorial in my views but, things are happening in the Western World that are in, ‘Lockstep’ wherever you look. Red Elephant (Vincent James) summarises:

        It is also a fact, curious though it may be, that one has to read the opposite of whatever one is presented with by the elite to understand exactly what is going on.
        The people are being manipulated and intentionally confused and it is that confusion linked with apathy that is their downfall.


        • Fedup2 says:

          I heard hunt casually saying he wasnt informed about the Health Department Virus exercise .
          Presumably all the evidence has been shredded by now. Much of what went wrong is on him but he sounded chipper enough to know he has been fireproofed.

          Also – he knows where the bodies are buried because he is responsible for a lot of them ( see foreseeable PPE shortages )


      • Fedup2 says:

        I think she is right


    • Up2snuff says:

      Barleycorn, it is a mystery why there is a high number of UK fatalities of BAME people to Covid as that is not supported by the history of the virus thus far.

      It started in BAME China. Transfered itself in some way (via BAME cabin crew?) to two or three cruise ships. The virus found a ready home in BAME Singapore and BAME South Korea (the M & E stand for Majority Ethnic in the Far East) and afflicted mixed race New Zealand and mixed-race Australia. It hit India badly, so in that the BAME claims would be correct and the same is true for Brazil’s African population.

      Curiously the virus has not touched BAME Island communities and in many BAME African nations, where the borders are porous and people move freely, again the cases and fatalities are lower than White Majority Ethnic nations. So why are BAME people falling sick and dying more readily in the UK?

      Could it be the UK climate? BAME affluent lifestyle in the UK? Existing health issues or co-morbidities such as obesity? Incorrect diagnosis? That latter is highly likely. The deaths have been assumed to be due to or with Covid but have been something else like influenza. Our NHS may not be quite as well led as that in Nigeria but would the NHS discriminate against BAMEs in any way? I very much doubt it. Either the statistics are deliberately being distorted or misrepresented …. or both.


  37. Rich says:

    One of the Bbbc’s favourite authors Sally Rooney, dour-faced and dull and a pretentious peddler of teenage mummy-porn, has revealed another reason as to why she might be so admired in W1A.

    As if being young, female, Irish and a self-confessed Marxist wasn’t enough, it seems Ms Rooney is also, apparently, anti-semitic.
    Now that she is firmly established in Guardian-land, the graphically adapted tv version of her self-indulgent ode to teenage angst and gratuitous sex, Normal People, found acclaim amongst the frustrated wine-o’clockers of the chattering classes, she has decided that she supports the cultural boycott of Israel and is, stereotypically, a staunch supporter of Palestine.

    Happy to have her works translated into Hebrew while she was relatively unknown now that she can afford her “principles” she’s not so keen.

    Apparently her books are achingly dull, her politics sixth-form and any substantial personality absent. With her politics so achingly predictable, no doubt she is pro-Sinn Fein, pro-SNP, a Corbynista, anti-British and US, I expect we’ll be seeing a lot more of her works on the Bbbc.

    Well, those of us, not me, who are foolish enough to still pay the licence-fee anyway.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Rich, Sally Rooney’s latest book was Book at Bedtime on BBC Radio Flaw for two weeks. I caught a couple of episodes – it was, as you say, achingly dull. The plot in the episodes I listened to was confusing and the dialogue extremely dull. In comparison, the current Book at Bedtime, Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead is a real page turner, can’t wait for the next episode. Highly recommended.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Since Wayne’s sister is so anti English – maybe she should refuse to publish it in English – stick to pidgin or creole or Scottish or Irish – that would help the samples


  38. Dover Sentry says:

    Whitehall’s Hard-Left Race Lectures Revealed:

    “The Home Office has hosted a talk by Afua Hirsch, who previously condemned the PM’s “litany of racist statements”, saying “his oafish stupidity is part of Boris Johnson’s electoral brand”.

    “The new Department of Levelling Up is to be lectured to by David Olusoga, who believes “the north is not going to be levelled up, it’s going to be offered flags and xenophobia instead”, and who claims “Boris Johnson is utterly careless of everyone but himself”.

    “The Home Office has invited Priyamvada Gopal to talk, an even more questionable move given she’s said that “Priti Patel is also a reminder that many Asians in British Africa had ferociously anti-black attitudes and were used by colonial administrations to keep black populations in their place. An attitude she brings to government.” She also likened the chair of the PM’s Race and Equalities Disparities Commission to Joseph Goebbels.

    “The Home Office permanent secretary will also be appearing alongside John Amaechi, who last year sparked a culture war battle after making a children’s video with the BBC about White Privilege, a concept the Commons’ Education Committee concluded was holding back working-class communities.

    No wonder our Civil Service are referred to as Civil Serpents.

    All this has to stop. Now.



  39. tomo says:

    On BBC front page … UK Science is racist


    There’s you told


    • Fedup2 says:

      Innit though …
      And trannies are ‘under represented ‘
      Call for the ‘ men ‘ in the white coats – oops


    • MarkyMark says:

      Black Experts in everything black whose career depends on everything being black say they want more black in the blackness.


  40. MarkyMark says:

    New figures from the ONS show the UK’s unemployment rate is now roughly 4.5%, compared to around 4% before the start of the pandemic

    Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
    Job Reference: 213-CORP-1321
    Employer:King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation TrustDepartment:EDILocation:Denmark hill, LondonSalary:£61,861 – £70,959 per annum, inc HCA

    June is responsible for improving the BBC’s on-air talent portrayal and commissioning by developing strategies to support both the BBC and its partners. She is an internationally renowned broadcaster, writer and diversity campaigner. Her books on diversity include: Diversify (2017), The Power of Women (2018) and The Power of Privilege (2020). June is also featured in the Global Diversity List 2020’s Top 20 Figures in Public Life.

    Miranda is responsible for overseeing the overall on-air diversity and inclusion strategies across output to ensure the BBC delivers against its goals and public purpose. Miranda previously roles include BBC’s interim Head of Diversity and Inclusion and she worked at ITV for nine years enabling the business to remain competitive, inclusive and accessible to all. Miranda recently received a ‘Special Recognition Award’ at the Asian Media Awards for diversity and inclusion.

    Emily supports the Creative Diversity team the Director of Creative Diversity and the Head of Creative Diversity. She works on projects within the team and helps initiatives get implemented. Prior to her current post, Emily worked as a Team Assistant in the BBC’s Design and Engineering team and has been at the BBC for three years.


  41. MarkyMark says:

    The global and national outcry against racism ignited by the tragic and senseless killing of George Floyd means the stakes for inclusive representation are higher than ever before. The challenge for our creative industry is great but not insurmountable.

    Once we unequivocally accept there is no monopoly on creativity then we can actively seek the diversity we require for our industry to thrive. The current global pandemic has only exacerbated this pressing need.

    Video photo montage follows. Click here for description and explanation of images.


  42. taffman says:

    “Covid: UK’s early response worst public health failure ever, MPs say”
    It looks like SAGE wasn’t so sage after all?
    Come on let’s hear it – “Lessons to be Learned” !

    What about ‘Exercise Cygnus’?


  43. BRISSLES says:

    I can’t watch the news today. Every bugger is blaming every bugger else for everything ! Of course there would be failings at the start of the pandemic – there was no previous model to work from, apart from when we had the Asian and Hong Kong flu and the Plague.

    Jeez, yes the Care Homes cases was an unmitigated disaster, BUT was it the Government’s fault that inept NHS hospital managers didn’t ensure old people patients were clear of Covid before they returned them back to their Homes ??? It was incompetence of the highest order. Did Homes ensure their staff change their clothing on entering and exiting their work place ? The intelligence now of those in charge is set at such a low bar, that I’m surprised this country functions at all.


    • Doublethinker says:

      I think that the country is slowly dying , slowly approaching the point of no return in our descent into a third world shit hole. The fruit of thirty years of liberalism, mass immigration, kowtowing to Islam etc all orchestrated by the most loved and respected broadcaster in the entire world.


    • moggie63 says:

      I can only say that I’m surprised you think it does function at all.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Ive been in and out of the comments and interviews about the government / NHS response to the chinese virus

        Here is a summary

        1 lessons will not be learnt
        2 report and exercise recommendations
        will be ignored
        3 those in power will always be too busy
        improving their personal position to do
        something useful
        4 blame is collective
        5 an apology has no meaning
        6 group think rocks
        7 these people are not that clever
        8 blighty institutions are unaccountable
        9 people like nut nut kill people
        10 i give up

        Im off to hear ‘ science day ‘ which rapidly turned into ‘why dont coloured folk do dat science ting ?’.,.


        • MarkyMark says:

          11. This list represents hate, please wait for the rainbow car to appear and they will approach you on one knee waving a rainbow flag to say they are here to help whilst you pay £150 to the BBC yet freeze to death as you can’t afford heating.


          • Fedup2 says:

            Marky – a bit of troll fodder – but the list is true – nut nut is going to come out of covid really badly – just didn’t have the mind or judgement to lead a war ….. more like chamberlain than his successor ….


  44. StewGreen says:

    Listen Jeremy Vine vaccines often have benefits,
    but YOU by injecting deceptive spin, fuel conspiracy theories.

    #1 “It’s incredible that only 1% of hospital Covid cases were in double vaccinated people” .. whispers “between January and June”
    … The cherry picked date range is a trick.. The vast majority of the population didn’t have second dose immunity until way after JUNE, so it’s no surprise that almost all hospital cases in that time period were not fully vaccinated.

    #2 Repeated this Guardian claim
    “1 in six 6 critically ill #covid patients are unvaccinated pregnant women.”
    That makes you the think about thousands of people in Covid wards and imagine thousands are unvaccinated pregnant women

    Actually it’s 1 in 6 only of those having *a particular treatment* called ECMO. 19 people in total
    .. not of ALL covid patients in ICU


    • Scroblene says:

      Excellent Stew!

      Of course, we cannot expect Vine to do proper research, he just spouts useless stuff for thick rather than normal citizens.

      There must be some sort of entrance exam there in Langham Place – ‘confuse and make-up’ – job done!


      • digg says:

        I once heard Jeremy Vine say on radio when told that someone had an IQ of 105 “An IQ of 105, thats pretty low isn’t it? A high IQ is normally in the thousands isn’t it?”


  45. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I see that the first game for Al newcastle is against Tottenham Hotspurs.
    You could also look at it as Saudi Arabia v Israel.
    I wonder how this game will go.
    If Kane scores against the Saudis will he get a Fatwah.
    Will handball be punished by getting the offending hand chopped off.
    Will any journalists who criticise Al toon be disappeared.

    Not many bacon sandwiches at half time, just kebabs and goat.
    No alcohol at St James Park or whatever it will be renamed.
    If the worst happened and one of the players kicks the bucket, good luck trying to find 72 virgins in Al geordiland.


    • Scroblene says:

      Great comment, EG!

      Dickheads versus non-dickheads – bound to be a big drawback…


    • Thoughtful says:

      The more interesting part of this were the thinly veiled threats made by Crown prince Bin Salman against Boris the Bottler if the FA stood in the way of a takeover.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Theres enough dodgy money washing around the prem so another bunch wont make much difference . For instance ‘ emerats stadium’ …

      Speaking of rich muslims – the UN top jonny has called on nations to stump up for afgee .

      I dont understand why because the amount of weapons the taliban could sell on e bay would finance the hole for years
      Wealthy muslim countries not so generous with the aid cash – maybe its the wrong brand …?


  46. Thoughtful says:

    Here is some interesting history which I doubt readers know much about.

    The BBC has been pushing a global warming narrative at the general public ever since 1957 when it participated in the “the geophysical year” and made a program called “restless sphere”.

    There are allegations of a company set up by the BBC with an interest in Climate Change which has since been sold although I am unable to find any data about this.

    Currently however there is a group called the IIGCC the International Investors on Global Climate Change and there is a list of those companies who hold investments with them, included in this list is the BBC pension fund, meaning that the BBC and its staff have a vested interest in protecting the values of their investments and promoting the scam of man made global warming.


  47. MarkyMark says:

    Britain bought brick by brick …

    Newcastle United takeover: What is PIF, the main owner of the club?
    By Rick Kelsey
    Newsbeat reporter


  48. MarkyMark says:

    Sky News submerge viewers in end-of-days fantasies, creating damaging climate anxiety in children, co-conspirators can rest easy knowing that this climate alarmism is complete nonsense. Don’t let the doomsters get you down!

    He gazed up at the enormous face. Forty years it had taken him to learn what kind of smile was hidden beneath the dark moustache. O cruel, needless misunderstanding! O stubborn, self-willed exile from the loving breast! Two gin-scented tears trickled down the sides of his nose. But it was all right, everything was all right, the struggle was finished. He had won the victory over himself. He loved Big Brother.


  49. theisland says:

    Usual language alert.


  50. FrankZ says:

    Black History Tube map highlights London’s black icons