Start the Week 18 October 2021

Parliament returns. How will the BBC cover the political reaction to the killing of one of their colleagues ? Or the threat to the safety of everyone by failing to control who gets into the UK ?

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  1. Northern Voter says:



  2. Philip_2 says:

    Another BBC ‘CLIMATE’ cover up expected soon. What a surprise that they claim to be the ‘victims’ and not the ‘perps’.
    What is truth? Can we ever believe the BBC on anything? I guess we all know the answer.

    Delingpole has a take on it here:

    The reasons:


  3. Dover Sentry says:

    Soon, The Religion of Peace will drown out Climate Change.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Even the most fervent warmest , if they only thought about it objectively, would soon conclude that Islam is much more dangerous than CO2!


  4. taffman says:

    \\Home Secretary Priti Patel says security measures for MPs are “being looked at”//
    I think she better do more than look at them!
    As always, our supine MPs avoid the ‘White Elephant In The Room.’
    They never listen to the majority of the people of Great Britain who demand security of our borders by stopping The Channel Invasion, they just White Wash the Elephant in the Room in the hope that we won’t notice it and that it will go away.
    How many more deaths will it take for them to act ?
    Our rights take priority before the fake ECHR.
    How many more times will we hear “lessons to be learned”?


    • taffman says:

      Does Nadine Dorries look at this site?
      Readers and posters – What do you think?


      • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

        I hope she doesn’t look at this site quite frankly. You’ve been going on about her doing nothing ever since she started. Not exactly a way to win friends and influence people, Taffman. She’s hardly been in the job five minutes. Give her six months at least.


        • taffman says:

          “Give her six months at least”?
          Six months is far too long, the outfit has already broadcast so much bias over decades that it should have been scraped following its disgraceful performance during the lead up to Brexit . I am afraid she is going to follow the example of Priti by dragging her heels.


          • Banania says:

            If she is going to be any use she will demonstrate that very soon. There is no excuse for delay.


            • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

              Banania, pray tell what mighty strides you think she could have made in the three weeks or so since her appointment?

              She did come out with a promising statement only to have it shot down by Boris. Getting humiliated by your party leader is not a good start. I’m surprised by the lack of outrage at Boris.
              Good luck to her, she’s going to need it.


        • Doublethinker says:

          Nads has to overcome the deep rooted support for the BBC amongst her civil servants before anything will change at the corporation. No matter what she wants to do she will only be able to do what her Sir Humphrey agrees to every thing else will be blocked .we can vote in whomever we like , as radical right as they come, but the civil service will only implement the policies they agree with. The country is run by the permanent bureaucracy not the government. This is what Trump found and its even more the case here.


        • Sick of it all says:

          The terrorists aren’t taking time off, Yasser. Nor the rapists, the muggers, the fraudsters or the feckless and mentally unstable. On any given day we’re only one Allahu Akbar away from little cherubic boys and girls being blown into hot chunks of dogmeat by the literal vermin of humanity. I see no value in sitting on our hands and not demanding total, unflinching focus from our elected officials. We need action, not soundbites and, er….inaction.


          • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

            Sick, Yes. I’ve been saying that since 1964. Now read Doublethinker’s excellent post above and come up with a detailed plan.

            You’ve got ten minutes from now.


      • G.W.F. says:


        Maybe she has been told not to look at this site.


        • brexiteerkent says:

          I wouldn’t be surprised if this site is being “looked at’ and we are all on a list of potential extremists’ or some such .. I wouldn’t put It past them …


          • Fedup2 says:

            Let’s face it – an extremist in BBC swamp eyes is anyone not on the ‘approved thinking ‘ list – as laws against freedom of speech are widened the life span of sites like this is bound to reduce .
            And if the liberals had anything to do with it the same would apply to those who post …


    • G says:


      “Our rights take priority before the fake – ‘Soros backed’ – ECHR.”


    • NCBBC says:

      As the saying goes for any politician ” Never let a crisis go to waste”

      This will be used to shut down free speech on the internet,

      One step at a time, Islamic Jihad murders lead to the shut down of freedoms in the West. The root cause is never considered.

      The realisation that Islam and free societies cannot exist together is yet to dawn.

      I dont hold Patel responsible. She does what the PM wants. He stated before the election that he wants mass immigration to continue. Too, he is a Climate change believer. Both these policies lead to the extinction of the UK.


  5. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “Sir David Amess death: Show kindness and love, say MP’s family”

    The trouble is, that showing kindness and love plus lighting candles has never stopped an Islamic terrorist attack. And never will.
    Our BBC should be considering other options. But never will.


    • Banania says:

      Kindness and love to whom? To moslem terrorists?


    • NCBBC says:

      Jihad and “Kindness and love”

      Kindness and love to one’s enemies works generally as most people react to it in a positive way.

      A successful Jihadi attack and the “kindness and love ” response to it, is seen by Muslims as further evidence that Allah has addled the mind of the Kuffar.

      The “kindness and love” response to a violent attack is not the norm in Muslim societies. Revenge is.


  6. Fedup2 says:

    Strange isn’t it ? On Monday MPs will be calling for additional police protection – whilst only a few days ago – following a plod getting a whole life sentence for murder – they were calling for something else in relation to plod …

    I think it’s more likely that they’ll use this murder to restrict freedom of speech on the internet – whether the internet was a motivator for the Islamic murderer or not …


    • taffman says:

      “On Monday MPs will be calling for additional police protection ”
      How about our MPs calling for additional protection of the people of Great Britain?
      Have they forgotten The Manchester Bombing of kids , the butchery of Lee Rigby, the Reading gays, the London Bridge stabbings etc., etc.,
      The Elephant in the Room !


      • StewGreen says:

        There is a complete difference between a policeman and a securityguard/minder
        Police resources shoudn’t be wasted on babysitting MPs
        £80K salary and office budget should give MP the enough resources to protect themselves.


        • Dover Sentry says:

          Having an unarmed police officer in the surgery won’t change anything. It will create two targets instead of one.

          If the officer is armed, there are not enough armed police officers in the UK to protect over 600 surgeries. Being armed, they’d have to be on a shift system, and this would require over 1,200 armed officers.

          The political response as ever has not been thought through.

          Plus, terrorists just change tactics and butcher elsewhere.


          • NCBBC says:

            There is the other option in a society being taken over by Islam. An armed general public.

            It works well. Is always present where the response is required and instantly rather then 30 minutes away.

            It works in Israel, which is where we are heading if the unrestricted immigration of Muslims as well as the fertility rate of Muslim women continues.


      • Fedup2 says:

        One of my suggestions for reducing the risk to politicians is to have less of them – less MPs and less Peers … none of them represent me but I still have to fund them ….


  7. StewGreen says:

    BTW I see people complaining about C4. C5 subtitles
    “This is due to a problem some weeks ago to do with a fire system in the building where they broadcast Channel 4, 5, and other channels from. ”
    Why didn’t they have offsite backup ?

    As as typical tonight people complained they couldn’t here the C4 show about trash, cos
    the incidental music drowns the presenter out.


  8. taffman says:

    “Sir David Amess: Prevent scheme needs urgent work, says Robert Buckland”
    I know that he is a taffman and as a taffman he should have realised by now that the only “prevent” that will be effective is to prevent the illegal invasion.
    Get our armed forces involved .


    • JohnC says:

      Prevent is a pretend answer by managers to placate the public.

      ‘Radicalisation’ is a term intended to make us believe someone can be ‘de-radicalised’. They can’t. They have been brainwashed since birth.

      The elephant in this particular room is that ‘radicalisation’ does not create the hate. It simply provides an outlet for it.

      There seems to be a lot of elephants in a lot of rooms these days. All due to staggering levels of left-wing hypocrisy which keep stepping up a notch each time our society crumbles a little bit more.


      • Calon lan says:

        In my previous existence I had contact with a prevent team, total bunch of hand wringing lefty t**ts. Believe me they are not the answer.


    • NCBBC says:

      Its a bit late for that. The fertility rate for Muslim women outstrips the rest by factor of 3 to 4.


  9. StewGreen says:

    Sunday’s TV
    🟢 6pm BBC2 Rpt Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline
    🟢 BBC1 8:00pm – 9:00pm The Earthshot Prize : Prince William, Coldplay etc.
    🟢 9pm Channel4 has 90 minutes about stopping trash
    where people will dress up in their own daily rubbish

    🟤 7pm BBC4 Historic Proms : the BAME orchestra
    🟤 8:30-10pm BBC4 9:30pm Lenny Henry and Suzy Klein celebrate black classical composers
    celebrate black classical composers
    🟤 9pm BBC1 drama Ridley Rd was probably racebaity
    ( 🟤 ITV 9pm & 10 pm ITV dramas shoehorned in blck characters
    9pm BBC2 had Romesh & friends)
    🟤 ITV 10:45pm REPEAT from 2018 : “Out of Their Skin” @IanWright racism doco
    🟤 11:30pm BBC4 Late film kid becomes jihadi terrorist (rescheduled due to MP attack)
    🟤 11:35pm Ch4 Late film ..BLM plot

    Monday 🟢 BBC1, 8.30pm The Trick … drama that rewrites Climategate history


    • JohnC says:

      Watched another Vera (series 10) over the weekend. Lots of BAME in that one. The really interesting bit was how everyone had a Newcastle accent – including the Indians – except all the black characters.

      Obviously had to be shipped in due to a shortage in the area. Shame for the local actors who are victims of racial discrimination.


    • Messenger says:

      Willis Eschenbach@WEschenbach
      To counter the lies from the BBC …here’s the true story of what happened. Phil and his pals deserved all that they got. If not for the statute of limitations they’d have been convicted. Retweet and spread the word—”The Trick” is a trick.
      The people -vs- the CRU: Freedom of information, my okole….…
      Foreword: Willis asked me to carry this post here. What follows is a long and detailed series of email exchanges that outline the difficult task of getting data so that scientific replication/reproduction can be done by people external to the tight knit group of scientists that make up climate science today. This is a must read for anyone trying to understand the issue and the dodges of the UK FOIA that CRU has been doing.


    • NCBBC says:

      The more destructive and backward an ethnic or religious group, the more MSM will show the contrary. The Corollary – the more worthy a group is, the more it will be vilified as destructive and useless.

      BBC does so everyday.

      The advertising channels are full of ads of this sort of lies.


  10. JohnC says:

    Sir David Amess death: Show kindness and love, say MP’s family

    Absolutely as expected, the BBC are concentrating on his life and the people affected. They do not go anywhere near the reason for the murder.

    Contrast it with the completely opposite tone they took after Jo Cox got murdered. And remember, her murder was just a lone nutcase, not someone acting as part of a bigger terrorist organisation:

    ‘Mrs Cox’s husband Brendan said she would want people “to unite to fight against the hatred that killed her.”‘ and lots of graphic descriptions of her being killed to make sure everyone is properly horrifed.

    The usual extreme double standards we have come to expect from the far-Left. It also appears disgraced Brendans sexual assaults have been forgiven too now that he is of some further use.


    • JimS says:

      Jo Cox’s killer was just the tip of a ‘52%’ iceberg, if Nigel Farage hadn’t been too busy down the pub he would just as likely have done the deed.

      Similarly all those millions of people who voted for Donald Trump are now ‘domestic terrorists’.

      Quite fascinating how those who would claim to protect the ‘other’ and who talk about ‘love’ manage to do so much mass ‘othering’ and ‘hating’ isn’t it? Equally how assured they are that strangers in a RIB will do no harm but Daily Mail readers, (not writers) are all evil, no question.


  11. Zephir says:

    Jo Cox’s killer should be done for cultural appropriation


  12. Zephir says:

    Something for Monday morning:

    Late one night a drunk guy is showing some friends around his brand-new apartment. The last stop is the bedroom, where a big brass gong sits next to the bed.
    “What’s that gong for?” the friend asks him.
    “It’s not a gong,” the drunk replies. “It’s actually a talking clock.”
    “You’re crazy. Show me how it works then!”
    The guy picks up a hammer, gives the gong an ear-shattering pound, and steps back.
    Suddenly, someone on the other side of the wall screams, “For God’s sake…it’s 3:30 in the goddamn morning!”

    A wife decides to take her husband to a strip club for his birthday. They arrive at the
    club and the doorman says, “Hey, Dave! How ya doin’?” His wife is puzzled and asks
    if he’s been to this club before.
    “Oh, no,” says Dave. “He’s on my bowling team.”
    When they are seated, a waitress asks Dave if he’d like his usual and brings over a
    Budweiser. His wife is becoming increasingly uncomfortable and says,”How did she
    know that you drink Budweiser?” “She’s in the Ladies’ Bowling League, honey. We
    share lanes with them.”
    A stripper then comes over to their table, throws her arms around Dave, and says
    “Hi Davey. Want your usual table dance, big boy?”
    Dave’s wife, now furious, grabs her purse and storms out of the club. Dave follows
    and spots her getting into a cab. Before she can slam the door, he jumps in beside
    her. He tries desperately to explain how the stripper must have mistaken him for
    someone else, but his wife is having none of it. She is screaming at him at the top of
    her lungs, calling him every name in the book.
    The cabby turns his head and says, “Looks like you picked up a real b**ch tonight,


  13. StewGreen says:

    Climate-Olympics dominates the news bulletins again this morning
    – local news : #1 Net Zero Bus is coming to town
    #2 some other PR BS…

    -R4 : #1 ‘Kerala has twice normal cyclones these days, look flood deaths”
    #2 Earthshot prize ‘look these people grow coral’

    see Philip’s post last night, at the end of the previous thread.


  14. Fedup2 says:

    Today watch

    Robinson interviews Deputy Speaker Eleanor Lang about threats to MPs . She mentioned the need to reduce ‘hate ‘ by journos treating politicians a bit more ‘nicely ‘ .

    I’m not sure Robinson would realise she was talking about creatures like him .

    Also The BBC adds to the acid by doing and behaving as it does in its undemocratic approach to so many issues – banishing opposition – silencing dissent – as we witness every day on this site .

    Obviously – and to the contrary of the bbc narrative – the killing of an MP wasn’t about anything about the BBC narrative – it was about religion – and one evil religions ‘ desire to take over …


    • Guest Who says:

      Knee jerk political pick up and media complement always work a treat.

      On this basis any small hamlet with a large % of drug turf gangs should be assigned as Capitals.


  15. Guest Who says:

    The BBC Moaning Emole has…. Springster and, yes… it is about… Springster!


    I get abuse and threats online – why can’t it be stopped?

    I’m the BBC’s first specialist disinformation reporter – and I receive abusive messages on social media daily. Most are too offensive to share unedited. The trigger? My coverage of the impact of online conspiracies and fake news. I expect to be challenged and criticised – but misogynistic hate directed at me has become a very regular occurrence.

    It’s not just me – from politicians around the world and Love Island stars to frontline doctors, I’ve been hearing from women subjected to the same kind of hate. New research, shared with the BBC, suggests women are more likely to receive this sort of abuse than men, it’s getting worse – and it’s often combined with racism and homophobia. I wanted to understand why this is happening, the threat it poses – and why social media sites, the police and the government aren’t doing more about it.

    Read full article >

    Marianna Spring
    Specialist disinformation reporterter


    Not just her. Women too. Women possibly like Jo Brand. Or something.

    And what a ‘reporterter’ is… who knows? Maybe it involves feet.


    • JimS says:

      Remember when the BBC started giving us the ugly words like ‘Scotland Reporter’, supposedly to avoid the confusion between a reporter of Scottish birth and a reporter of Scottish matters?

      I’m sorry but past experience of the BBC forces only one interpretation of ‘Specialist Disinformation Reporter’ on my mind, along the lines of ‘well aren’t you all?’.

      Read it whichever way one likes it comes across as a person with an agenda, not an ‘impartial’ reporter, someone who is only looking for one side of a story. Act like that and it is natural that people’s backs are put up.

      It’s like saying “And now over to our Liverpool Reporter and their thought on Man. U’s performance”.


    • Sick of it all says:

      Why are so many people who use the internet completely lacking in minerals? I used to frequent a forum in which one of the other members called me a ‘c*nt’ every day for about five years. I just laughed it off and carried on regardless. The art of the comeback is where it’s at, yet none of these fops seem to have been able to master it.


  16. Dover Sentry says:

    Our BBC demands that we worship the religions of Islam and Climate Change.

    Both religions will be the end of us.


  17. Guest Who says:

    Visions of streak of piss Vile lolloping after miscreants Nolan style in the name of ‘we’.


    • Guest Who says:

      Meanwhile does Jo Brand offend that BBC Hollywood loon binary star’s Alpha Centaurians? As well as everyone else.


    • JohnC says:

      Typical BBC scum tweet from Vile intended to mislead and sow panic.

      He’s put the deaths bit next to the ‘highest levels’ statement to imply deaths too are near a record level. When in fact they have gone up slightly after dropping a lot since the middle of September.

      And ‘highest levels since July’ still means ‘less than July’ and only a bit more than last month.


  18. Guest Who says:

    No Springster, BS and Naga as the three witches?


    • Sick of it all says:

      Have you seen that doc on Cold War Steve? He’s a somewhat of a Poundshop Billy Bragg but a bit more normal; the sort of bloke you could agree to disagree with over a pint or three.

      Can still envision him mumbling ‘Thatcher out’ in his sleep though – the apple doesn’t fall far etc.


  19. Sluff says:

    On Toady this morning the focus reference the murder of David Amess was all about the need for less toxic political discourse and more security for MPs. In the review of the newspapers Rick Knobson reflects this and odiously and somewhat disdainfully singled out Mail columnist Stephen Pollard for going out on a limb and against the flow.

    Let’s see how off the mark readers think Mr Pollard is.

    Quote from his Mail column.
    ‘David Amess was targeted by an islamic terrorist.
    ….Almost in its entirety, politicians and commentators have lined up to argue that the heat must be taken out of political debate……..
    But that is not, I would argue, why Sir David was killed.
    I believe Islamist terror is targeted at WHO we are – non Muslims- with the desire to impose a caliphate (effectively a Muslim state) with sharia law as the governing text. We must recognise the distinct and specific nature of this form of extremism……
    I believe too, the mistake we make all too often in responding to Islamist terror is to react as if we can somehow negate it through changes in our behaviour’
    End quote.

    I would say Mr Pollard is more on the money than all the rest of them put together.


  20. Guest Who says:

    Sopes and Lurch her little helpers?


  21. Guest Who says:

    BBC Shires one hour ago has posted…

    The family of MP Sir David Amess have said their hearts are shattered as they called on people to “set aside hatred and work towards togetherness”.

    The Conservative MP was stabbed multiple times during a meeting with his constituents in Essex on Friday.

    A 25-year-old British man is being held under the Terrorism Act.


    • Banania says:

      He is a moslem. To hell with “British”, to hell with Somali “heritage”. He is vermin.


  22. Dover Sentry says:

    When our BBC journalists speak of reducing hate, are they referring to Islam? The hate comes from Islam and resulted (again) in murder.


  23. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – a phrase has disappeared from the BBC lexicon

    The News at 6 a.m. told me that Ford are to invest in their Halewood Plant on Merseyside to manufacture electric vehicle powertrains. I held my breath at this piece of news waiting for the inevitable: ” … despite Brexit.” but it wasn’t there. Oh dear! How sad. Never mind.


  24. vlad says:

    The evil, treacherous BBC have, very cunningly, reframed the Islamic terrorist murder of David Amess to make it about showing more kindness to our MPs.

    This would be like saying, after the Manchester Arena bombing, that we really must be nicer to our teenagers; or, after the London Bridge van attack, that we should drive more carefully; or after the Westminster Bridge attack, that we should be nicer to pedestrians on bridges; or after the 7/7 tube butchery, to please be more considerate to fellow passengers on crowded trains.

    As if Ali Harbi Ali were just a disgruntled constituent with an axe to grind about potholes in the roads or the price of cornflakes.

    No, no, no.

    This completely misses the point.
    The issue is NOT being nicer to our MPs, the issue is Islamic terrorism.

    By refusing to acknowledge that fact (in their news bulletins they don’t even mention the words Islamic or islamist) the BBC are complicit in murder.

    Defund the BBC, now!


  25. Fedup2 says:

    Dover – that is part of the problem – the BBC -and politicians – the swamp – is so afraid of ‘upsetting ‘ the favoured religion that it will not say what is true – even now after one of their own has been assassinated in the name of the false prophet .

    Today MPs will be on their best behaviour as they go through the required rituals . But 2 or 3 weeks ago certain senior red socialists were calling blue socialists ‘ Tory scum ‘ and the blue socialists wearing badges with ‘Tory scum ‘ on them ….

    Obviously this has nothing to do with the war being fought against us by Islam but name calling is where MPs will be comfortable .

    Also we will witness Muslim MP out’ victiming ‘ each other with various threats they have received . They’ll want to deflect deflect deflect …


    • Dover Sentry says:

      Exactly, Fed. Terrorists chip away just as the IRA did. They then gain concessions. They then chip away again.

      Like us or we kill you.


    • jazznick1 says:

      This one’s for both you, Fed and vlad.

      You both seem to have hit the same tone as Tom Slater on ‘Spiked’ this morning.

      The constant deflecting and tip-toeing around a ‘no-go’ issue has to stop.


      • vlad says:

        An excellent article, that dares to focus on the real issues.
        And incidentally: yes, by all means let’s tone down the vitriol in political discourse (mostly coming from the Left, btw).
        But that’s a different topic to dealing with Islamic terrorism.


  26. Sluff says:

    A few years ago I noted that in one particular year the NHS pension liability was bigger than the entire NHS expenditure on healthcare.

    Today I discover that the total public sector pension bill is bigger than the entire post-covid national debt of £2.2 trillion. You could fill in all the potholes for your electric car for that.

    This sort of stuff is sadly completely unknown and/ or unappreciated by the vast majority of taxpayers and others. And the public sector bend over backwards to keep it that way. In that regard the Tory government is just another arm of the public sector.

    The always vilified private sector workers meanwhile are feather bedding the public sector continually whilst both being brainwashed into believing how marvellous it all is and at the same time struggling to create decent pensions for themselves. And having to drive along our third world roads and much else besides.

    Think about that the next time taxes go up.

    What’s that to do with the BBC? Ask my mate who used to work for them. He retired at age 50 on a full pension. Paid for out of the licence fee.

    Nice if you can get it.


    • Scroblene says:

      Great description of how we’re all paying for this socialist government’s total failure to protect private enterprise, Sluff.

      Public money (our taxes) is chucked in all directions in the public sector, and yes, they do pay tax themselves, and have to buy things, so I suppose we do get something back, but getting such whopping pensions at 50 scrambles my craw.

      I know a bloke who was kicked out of BT at 50 with an enormous, eye-watering pension, golden goodbye etc, and the only joy I got was seeing him try to accomodate the commercial world without the backup of all that fat bunch of ex-civil serpents.

      There were the occasions when he would turn up at commercial events, and when everyone realised he was now a useless contact, they would drift away slowly, then with some alacrity…


  27. Guest Who says:

    Keith Vaz so not hitting Benidorm with the lads from W1A then.


  28. Guest Who says:

    A Sopes ‘expert’ any U.K. legislation would impact not a jot?


  29. Guest Who says:

    It’s like Sleepy’s BBC guys don’t connect with other bbc guys.

    Maybe all the girls should be brought over too. She looks like a handy full back.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      I feel great sympathy for the majority of Afghans, who are (I’m quite sure) just ordinary people, wanting to get on with their lives and hoping for better things for their children. Forcing young girls (and boys) back into the dark ages is appalling, but why is anyone surprised that the Taliban are just doing what they always have?

      Would I host Afghan refugees in my home? No, they wouldn’t live comfortably with my family, our values are too different, and besides, how would we know they weren’t violent?

      Should we bring 1000s of them to the UK? No, for the same reasons, and do we really want to risk turning our own country into exactly what they’re fleeing from?!

      If someone turned up on your doorstep infected with some deadly, incurable, and highly contagious disease would you let them in? I might give them some food and a blanket, that’s human decency, but I wouldn’t let them set foot inside.


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        In 1940, Germany invaded France. Large numbers of French men and women decided, voluntarily, to assist the Germans.They helped with administration, security, translation, logistical support and so on. We call them ‘collaborators’.

        At the same time, Germany invaded Holland. Large numbers of Dutch men and women decided – voluntarily, they were not coerced – to assist the Germans. They helped with administration, security, translation, logistical support and so on. We call them ‘collaborators’.

        In 2001, America, Britain and their allies invaded Afghanistan. Large numbers of Afghanis decided to assist the Westerners. They helped with administration, security, translation, logistical support and so on. We call them… ‘refugees’.


      • Banania says:

        What you say is simply common sense, so why is it so rare?


  30. AsISeeIt says:

    Ever considered that all this fluff about climate change was simply the passing fashion of our underemployed elites? The entire green movement is being pursued as some wishy-washy substitute religion?

    The Daily Mail seems to – inadvertantly – hit the nail on the head: ‘Kate’s a green goddess. Eco-glamour: Kate wears recycled Alexander McQueen at last night’s Earthshot awards

    Earthshot awards? The Earthshot Prize is a new global prize for the environment, designed to incentivise change and help to repair our planet over the next ten years.

    Earthshot… as opposed to moonshot or spaceshot? I hear Prince William – who’s career plans involve eventually starting as King and then working his way up – has poo-pooed space science.

    He won’t stop the Ruskies. BBC: ‘A Russian film crew are back on Earth after wrapping up scenes for the first movie shot in space

    Or the Chinks: ‘China fires hypersonic nuke ‘right round the Earth’ as terrifying display of advanced weapons ‘leaves US reeling’ (The Sun); ‘China secretly fires missile around the world‘ (Daily Express)

    The freebie Metro carries an apparently greenie promotion that has one scratching one’s head: ‘Earth in association with easyjet‘ – saving the planet by paying extra for your luggage? Arriving ten miles outside of your intended destination and having to take a long distance cab ride to complete your journey to sustainabilty?

    And the giveaway further tips us the wink that right-on actress Emma Watson was at the Earthshot wearing some bizarre designer creation – probably costing the earth.

    Following a week when Captain Kirk finally achieved liftoff, in a phallic-shaped space projectile, we note with concern: ‘The time has come for Doctor Who to be non-binary‘ – that’s BBC two-bit kid’s show actress Pearl Mackie quoted in the Telegraph presuming to give notes to the scriptwriters. Just read the words you’re given, luv. Meryl Streep, you ain’t.

    As the leftist culture warriors seek to infuse kids’ shows with alternative versions of sex, the Mail (a predominently female read paper) says: ‘Not tonight darling… or ever! The women who say No, No, No to sex

    One senses western society reaching a late-stage jaded androgyny combined with impotent senility. Is it by coincidence that today we read of: ‘Menopause through history‘ by Kate Lister in the ‘i’ and ‘Menopause caused a shadow over my family‘ by Lorriane Kelly in the Telegraph? Perhaps it’s Menopause History Month?

    The ‘i’ asks: ‘Why are we not more outraged by virus numbers?‘ – a heartfelt plea – the media liked it so much more when we were.

    For an alternative view, the ‘i’ also notices: ‘Scientists have let us down on Covid origins

    Staying on the theme of our world wide, obviously border non-respecting, virus epidemic, the BBC observes Scotland – since at least the Poll Tax our test bed – indeed petri dish – for ill-conceived policies: ‘Covid in Scotland: Vaccine passport scheme enforceable by law

    Our Nicola Sturgeon has been quiet for a while but I’ll borrow and recycle a travel feature title from the ‘i’ this morning as my heartfelt wish for her and her SNP: ‘Take a hike through Scottish history

    The FT are keen to relay: ‘Mecca move‘ and this is not some gambling sector corporate update: ‘Holy site lifts Covid curbs

    The BBC are anxious to share: ‘Saudi Arabia cancel social distancing and go allow worshippers enter Mecca and Medina mosques‘ – that’s BBC Pidgin, not my typos or adjacent to the spectrum dyslexia.

    When in Rome, so to speak, let’s see how BBC Pidgin deals with dat Somali go bin in da news: ‘Police dey treat di killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess as a terrorist incident.

    And that’s all you get. Di Somali he bin whitewashed out da news an BBC dem no mess wid no update no more: ‘Di Metropolitan Police say potential link to Islamist extremism dey likely. Dem arrest one 25-year-old British man for di scene on suspicion of murder.

    And finally in football news – seems our media didn’t quite get the story they wanted: ‘Bubble burst. Reality check for Toon Army as Saudi era suffers rocky start‘ (Telegraph)

    The ‘i’ too seems to have envisaged a different result: ‘Party poopers, Spurs spoil beginning of a new era for Newscastle

    Which goes to show that despite the new mega rich arab ownership, it may still be a shalom road to success.


    • Guest Who says:

      Love these summaries. They encapsulate (see what I did there) the utter coordinated idiocy of the establishment 24hr VS cycles.

      And they think no one is wise to them.

      On what planet is muttering about eco for a few days before getting back to Love Island obsessions credible?

      I still recall the Graun going through a whole pack of Ellie poo Kleenex about a sustainable lanky lady of color show in Tokyo before reverting to gush about £3k handbags.

      Maybe Matt can fly with Stelios up to Glaswegian at 40,000 vs. 35,000 feet and circle Stromont to scribe ‘Krankie says go green’ in non ironic billionaire contrails?

      Me… I must try and locate a vhs a mate once loaned me post Star Wars where Princess Lay ah had more than nice buns.

      “Dat’s a no average Moon…” as Han Fluff Solo might say on Newspank.

      A royal whose commitment to screwing evil empires actually deserved respect, frankly.

      Though the R2Deep2/C3threesome scene was a worry on a H&S basis alone.

      The Windsors are so going to need a bigger PR team to dig deeper at this rate.


  31. Guest Who says:

    The process by which this… story… arrived on screen is a concern.


    • brexiteerkent says:

      Guest .. No wonder Jo Cox’s husband had a reaction ….

      Perhaps he realised the consequences of policies supported by the likes of Jo Cox . ( No, he probably didn’t but he ought to !)

      Apologies for posting a guardian link… But just this once …

      ” MP Jo Cox wrote passionate defence of immigration days before her death ”


      • Guest Who says:

        The LibMob Editorial Thesaurus is getting to be quite the hefty tome.

        ‘Passionate’ has been added and has has a fair range.

        Ignoring Graun/Beeb Nexus of Weevil post-tragedy attempted propaganda lading attempts, I look more recently to…

        “excusing rampant ideological stirring of the weak of mind by thiick pols”.


  32. Guest Who says:

    Oo, er. Little Mix looking a bit blonde.


  33. Jeff says:

    I was at Speakers’ Corner yesterday afternoon. At one time this was a regular stop off point for me during my Sunday wanderings through London, listening to interesting, challenging and (sometimes) amusing speakers. It’s not like that any more…

    It was only in July that one of the regulars, Hatun Tash, a young woman who has converted to Christianity was stabbed in the neck and face. This brave young woman was back there yesterday. She preaches both the gospel and is deeply critical of Islam. The July attack was clearly an attempt at murder. Police were there, but the hooded bloke ran off and no arrests have been made. Typical.

    Yesterday there were four masked men wandering through the crowd constantly intimidating speakers they didn’t approve of.

    These blokes weren’t wearing the regular covid coverings, these were creepy full head masks from films like Scream. They looked really sinister. If there was another attack it would be impossible to identify them.

    An African chap turned up and began shouting about Muslim rapists. To be honest, he wasn’t particularly coherent, but it was difficult to to hear what he was saying because he was immediately surrounded by the four masked men who started chanting Liar, liar, liar”.

    To his credit he held his ground whereupon they began pulling him about. It was only when he eventually reacted that the police, about half a dozen of them, chased over…and arrested him!

    Just think about this…we had an attempted murder here only three months ago. On Friday we had the murder of an MP by a man we suspect of being a Jihadist… and our pathetic plod are allowing very sinister masked bullies to intimidate and assault people at Speakers’ Corner.

    This is madness…


    • Garry Lavin says:



      • Fedup2 says:


        I think you will find it never happened – you were never there . There has never been a ‘speakers corner ‘…. By decree of the emir …


    • vlad says:

      Christian apologists are regularly threatened, insulted, intimidated, and occasionally physically attacked by Muslims while the police look on.
      More than once Hatun has been escorted away ‘for her own safety’, ie to silence her.

      Jay Smith also used to be regularly attacked for exposing the holes in the Standard Islamic Narrative (SIN for short).
      Now he spends more time researching the origins of Islam, and his findings will rock the cult to its core, if he’s not murdered first.


    • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

      If you haven’t noticed, there has been a two tier judicial system in this country for quite a while now.


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        Since the Middle Ages, in fact. And now it’s being inforced.



  34. Messenger says:

    If you are thinking of watching the BBC’s version of Climategate at UEA, here is the antidote

    Willis Eschenbach:
    To counter the lies from the BBC here’s the true story of what happened. Phil and his pals deserved all that they got. If not for the statute of limitations they’d have been convicted. Retweet and spread the word—”The Trick” is a trick.
    The people -vs- the CRU: Freedom of information, …..…
    Foreword: Willis asked me to carry this post here. What follows is a long and detailed series of email exchanges that outline the difficult task of getting data so that scientific replication/ reproduction can be done by people external to the tight knit group of scientists that make up climate science today. This is a must read for anyone trying to understand the issue and the dodges of the UK FOIA that CRU has been doing.


  35. StewGreen says:

    R4 female writer : #MeToo and “Believe her” are bad
    ..cos it’s the sons of black mothers who are more likely to end up wrongly jailed.

    ie helping ALL women report sexual abuse better is “racist” against black people,
    “black men and black women are OVER policed”
    … FFS tell that to someone raped by a black guy.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Roll out the single mum who raised 3 Nobel prize winners …


      • StewGreen says:

        To be fair it was a complex point
        that when libmob make out “all women are victims”
        that puts sympathy and attention on middle class women
        and against working class men
        So the actual victims don’t get any focus ..and that’s specific working class women let down.


  36. Sluff says:

    An important point made by Dominic Lawson this morning.

    It is pretty obvious that David Amess showed that you can be right wing AND be caring.

    The Far Left often claim it is only they that can be caring, and that ‘Tory scum’ cannot possibly be caring.

    But we clearly know and can see that this is not the case.

    But don’t hold your breath for this to be showcased on the likes of BBC Question Time.


  37. Fedup2 says:

    It says something about swamp membership that people like him have to even make that statement – …..there will be plenty challenging it …


  38. G says:

    I didn’t spot this one a few weeks ago so if it has been previously posted, sorry.

    Rod Liddle, Sunday Times:
    “……British Media Calls November Election a FRAUD!!!”

    Well, well. Not long back our, “Worlds Most Trusted Broadcaster” was telling those who listen/watch their dishonest “News” that President Trump was deranged in his belief that the Nov. 2020 election was rigged.

    As those working diligently on exposing the fraud continue to increase the list of proven fraud, those States are slowly concluding that they must reverse the election results. Question is, can, then, DJT legally re-enter the White House by default?


    • vlad says:

      Of course it was rigged.
      It was rigged on the day of the election, but it was even more rigged in the run-up by Big Tech and the msm (including the BBC of course) systematically censoring stories unfavourable to Biden (laptop from hell etc) while highlighting or inventing stories detrimental to Trump.
      One huge conspiracy, that the BBC colluded in, or at least turned a blind eye to, and continue to this day.


      • Nibor says:

        Never let it be forgotten that the BBC had a go at Donald Trump on Gardeners Question Time and The Food Programme .

        Stalin would be proud of them .


  39. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “MPs open up about abuse and threats after Amess killing”
    “Death of MP brings it all back, says Jo Cox family”
    ” What we know so far”

    Our BBC on full deflection mode. Force Shields Up!

    Not once in thousands of words on that page is Islam mentioned. Not once.



  40. pugnazious says:

    Apparently, according to Nick Robinson, it is the lazy, destructive cynicism of the Press that is partly to blame for the fevered political temperature and the death of Sir David Amess….and let’s not forget that Jo Cox was ‘murdered by a far-right extremist’.

    A lot of talk about the murder but none at all about the killer and his probable motivation and the, new meme of the moment, ‘background hum’ that fed his radicalisation.

    Robinson highlighted Muslim Rupa Huq’s piece in the Guardian blaming social media and political rancour…

    ‘There is little sympathy for politicians in modern Britain. Women and ethnic-minority MPs face the worst, visceral hatred – and I’m both.
    Social media haters are a constant background hum, though I brush them off as coming with the territory.

    We need to drain our politics of the bitter rancour: more being cross-party and less being cross.’

    Hmmmm….that’s perhaps not the problem in this case…

    Robinson then stated…

    ‘In interesting contrast is Stephen Pollard’s article in The Mail….

    Which is somewhat dismissive of Pollard’s piece which points out that we’re, well, the likes of Robinson are, deliberately, missing the real problem…

    ‘From the information that has so far been made public, the most important fact about the killing of Sir David Amess seems clear. It appears he was targeted by an Islamist terrorist.
    But the debate that has followed is confusing two separate issues.

    Almost in its entirety, TV and radio and some press coverage has focused on the aggressive tone of politics in recent years, and of the poison that is spread on social media.

    Politicians and commentators have lined up to argue that the heat must be taken out of political debate, that we need to restore civility and courtesy to how we conduct politics, and that we need to dial down the rancour.[Rupa HUq taake note!]

    But that is not, I would argue, why Sir David Amess was killed. I believe Islamist terror is targeted at who we are – non-Muslims – with the desire to impose a caliphate (effectively a Muslim state), with sharia law as the governing text. We must recognise the distinct and specific nature of this form of extremism.’

    The BBC is of course not at all interested in recognising the real nature of the threat as it continues to try and blame social media companies [a continuation of its campaign to neuter Facebook etc and for the BBC to dominate the news and information agenda] and the far-right.

    Robinson went on to talk to Dominic Raab who also peddled the Big Lie…Robinson made a play of looking like he was up for a debate about the real motivation as he suggested that online abuse and political rhetoric are the cause but are we making the wrong connection?…could it be Islamist and far-right[why’d he chuck that into the mix here?] radicalisation that’s the problem?….Raab quickly brushed that aside saying that it was really the toxic nature of political debate and that this provided a platform for others to jump on and claim some other issues as their motivation…when all they wanted to do was cause chaos and sew hate and division.

    Robinson didn’t bother to press him on that…and continued down the now familiar beaten path of social media hate and abuse being the problem.

    They raised Prevent’s failure to stop the killer but nowhere was Islam mentioned in a long discussion….the problem is Prevent not Islam.

    However…clearly there is a disconnect in the narrative….let’s not mention Islam as a cause of death but……

    ‘UK Muslim groups brace for rise in hate crime after killing of David Amess’

    Now why would that be?


  41. StewGreen says:

    Local radio presenter “Does going Green hurt the poor the hardest ?”

    Well taking that line, is a start.

    Just now the show had an item with a Labour candidate and then a very rare item with an actual Conservative MP However it was very shallow, all he asked about was MPs feeling safe in Tescos.
    “oh we could never accept that MPs can’t shop normally, cos then they’d be out of touch”
    .. Don’t be daft, just cos the actual MP is protected, that doesn’t mean their relatives and friends don’t go in Tescos.


    • StewGreen says:

      I just looked BBC types must know how of touch they are
      Our local BBC staff put out all the Green and BLM tweets yet get very little impact, as if people aren’t interested with the Guardianland attitude and have switched off.


      • Guest Who says:

        Shires radio hides behind questions.

        Gets slaughtered in the comments anyway.

        Often at least 20.


  42. StewGreen says:

    Today’s news bulletins have BBC helping Humberside Police with their anti-Child Sexual Exploitation CSE campaign


  43. tomo says:


    Obamas are coming to COP26

    Will they be low key? – or is it going to be a try-out to upstage the demented incumbent at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?

    Who’ll get more verbiage from Broadcasting House?


    • Vonbedda says:

      I just don’t understand how an unelected official can attend and speak at COP, when its for the governments of the world.

      yes he was an official but he is out of office now and part the past, when this gathering of GOV’s is primarily focused on the future

      just makes me think, some rich bozo who’s part of running the event was like WE SHOULD TOTALLY GET THE OBAMA’S INVOLVED.


  44. JohnC says:

    Top headline for BBC UK page:

    ‘Death of MP brings it all back says Jo Cox family’

    The most disgusting headline I’ve seen for a long time. Even for the BBC.

    David Amess got murdered BBC, not Jo Cox. You have used his murder to drag up a completely unrelated murder from the very first article. Now – with his body barely cold – you have switched them completely because he was murdered by a Muslim terrorist and it doesn’t fit your narrative. So you have replaced him with one by a lone brexiteer nutter from FIVE YEARS AGO.

    Absolutely and utterly apalling. Proof beyond doubt that the BBC only care about their own agenda. I’m quite certain they wish a right-wing whitey male had done it. Jo would barely get a mention then.


  45. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I wonder if the mp killer knows that the real reason he slaughtered Amess with a frenzied 17 stab attack was because Rayner called the Tories “scum”

    At least, that’s the message coming through loud and clear from the msm.

    Regarding having armed policemen surrounding our MPs to protect them.
    Any terrorist will simply go for another target.
    Like children at a pop concert or an off duty bandsman.
    The choice of targets is infinite.
    Can our rulers not understand this.
    It’s a ‘lesson to be learned’ as they always say.
    Still, I suppose it will shift the target group on to some other lot and away from themselves so…..a result.

    So long as our rulers continue to be in complete denial of the reasons for the slaughter regularly going on now nothing will happen. It will be forgotten. Especially as he was a Tory and therefore not a lefty.

    To fix a problem you first have to acknowledge that a problem exists and our rulers don’t appear to think there’s anything wrong.
    If they can ignore tens of thousands of raped little girls they can accept and ignore anything.


    • JohnC says:

      Quite right. The lesson from 9-11 was that you cannot fight terrorism by waiting for them to attack. They will always get through. You have to deal with them at source.

      But with 40,000+ on MI5’s watch list and them holding the balance of power for the Left in the areas they have clumped together to create mini-Muslim states, it’s not going to happen.

      So we will let them keep attacking and mop up the blood quickly before anyone see it. Then the likes of the BBC will suppress the reporting of it whilst simultaneously – as in this case – trying to divert the blame onto someone else. Meanwhile we will secretly spend countless millions of taxpayers money following them around and spying on their emails.

      Welcome to the consequences of importing the third world.


  46. Halifax says:

    I see that Eastenders are planning a Christmas special featuring a terrorist attack in the Square.
    Now then I’m not a betting man but I would wager my home on it being a right wing cell being cornered by BME women special ops police …….hope I haven’t spoiled it for anyone.


  47. Thoughtful says:

    I see there is now being some connection made between the murder of David Amess and his support for the murderous terrorist state of Qatar which is immensly wealthy and promotes the Salafist version of Islam to the extent its neighbours have ostracised it with accusations it is supporting terrorism abroad including in Somalia.

    The wider question of course not being asked is why a minor British MP would feel it necessary to support such a country, and the answer should be obvious.


    • Banania says:

      Just the kind of thing to preoccupy the mind of a British person of Somali heritage.


  48. Guest Who says:

    If every tvphilic pol is going to get in touch with the bbc about something that is desirable but realistically impossible, and the bbc drones just copy and paste it, it will be a long month.


  49. Guest Who says:

    RIP. Sopes on safe ground.

    Possibly hallowed, if BBC jumbo charter rules for funerals of diversity are followed.


  50. Guest Who says:

    Has Sky got its own professional victim yet, or is Beff multi tasking?