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. Guest Who says:

    BBC Vine Show: have the Established politico media created a bizarrely unrepresentative two track country?

    We get in Dr. Shola, Femi, Champion and YAB to rant…


    • Thoughtful says:

      Let us not forget that the cowardly useless incompetent and malevolent Tories fully support the University against White students as they have done absolutely nothing to stop this discrimination and race hate and everything possible to quietly encourage it.


  2. Tabs says:

    The BBC News website homepage is basically a BBC staff Facebook page.

    It has currently got Marianna Spring moaning about some abuse she once got without showing us evidence and now George Alagiah takes a break from TV.

    Just need a piece about a BBC journalist’s toddler doing their first poo in a potty now…


  3. vlad says:

    Lucky old beeb can now deflect away from Islamic terror to Colin Powell.
    Added bonus: he was black.
    Expect massive coverage.


  4. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #1 – in which Jonny does not engage brain

    Jonny Dymond was sub presenter this lunchtime, I hope the Montacutie is just on holiday (another one – these Beeboids like their hols!) and is not unwell. Various things were taxing the poor lad’s brain, covering each item in turn, dealing with unexpected (eg. death of Colin Powell) and running to time while trying to talk fluidly and fluently or fluently and fluidly. Not easy for our Jonny, that.

    Rising UK Covid numbers was item No.2 on Jonny’s running order. He didn’t have the nous to ask “Is the UK being deliberately infected?”. He had Professor Andrew Hayward available to answer that question. The good Prof is a member of SAGE and Prof at University College London where he is an expert on infectious disease but was only speaking in a personal capacity.

    Personal capacity – that may explain why the Prof was talking a load of rubbish about vaccines. Perhaps Jonny and the BBC should have booked a vaccine expert instead? Prof Hayward made the remarkable claim that all vaccines wear off over time. Really? I’ve never heard that one before. How many 25 year olds are called in for their annual polio or MMR booster? I’ve been offered influenza vaccines every year but that is more down to the virus mutating than the ineffectiveness (which happens more than people think) of influenza vaccines.

    Jonny Dymond was not sharp enough to counter question but then, sadly, I guess the Montacutie would not have spotted it either. Oh, hang on …. maybe she would, she is a mother of children. Mums can be really smart.


  5. Guest Who says:

    A degree of irony at play.


  6. Guest Who says:

    Should, yes.

    Could, absolutely incapable of not.


  7. vlad says:

    How long before we hear our first politician declare that the islamist murder of David Amess has nothing to do with islam, which is a religion of peace?

    Remember Obama, who trotted out the mantra after every terror attack?
    Or Theresa May? Or, most recently, Stella Creasy?

    Maybe they’ll quote, out of context, some mildly peaceful verse from the quran, failing to mention that the earlier peaceful verses (when Muhammad had no military power) are always abrogated by the later violent ones, when he had the might to wage unprovoked war on any and all infidels.

    (The principle of abrogation means that later pronouncements supersede earlier ones.)

    Meanwhile, the worldwide slaughter continues apace.


    • Guest Who says:


    • JimS says:

      “the earlier peaceful verses (when Muhammad had no military power) are always abrogated by the later violent ones”

      Don’t tell me that ‘Alan’ of the ‘snack bar’ fame changed his mind? Kind of kills the ‘all knowing’ argument doesn’t it?

      (The Jewish version isn’t much better, I tied up a Jehovah’s Witness once by picking up on Numbers in the Old Testament. A couple of uppity daughters had the elders popping up a mountain a few times before Big G agreed that they should inherit their dead dad’s cut. Again, being ‘all knowing’ shouldn’t he/she/ze have anticipated the question?).


      • vlad says:

        Muhammad frequently altered his teachings, sometimes based on the latest ‘revelations’ he’d received.
        Often these fortuitously happened to conform to his own earthly desires and proclivities, not least in sexual matters.

        To such an extent that his child bride Aisha commented sarcastically: (33.51) I said (to the Prophet), “I feel that your Lord hastens in fulfilling your wishes and desires”

        Yes, Allah was extremely interested in, and accommodating of, his Messenger’s sexual arrangements, some of which would make a sailor blush.


  8. vlad says:

    Here’s the cheeky chappy suspected of murdering David Amass.

    According to the Sun, he may have been radicalised by Anjem Choudary – he who made a mockery of our legal system and security services for years.

    The BBC remain slightly behind the curve on the story, despite your £5 billion.



  9. Thoughtful says:

    12th October video on TV licence cancellations


    • Doublethinker says:

      The best way to force the BBC to become subscription funded only is just to stop paying the LF without bothering to inform them .


  10. Guest Who says:

    Luckily Matt, Boris, Krankie, Justin, Rog, Greta, Chas, Wills , Barry will soon arrive by various second hand means of transport.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I heard some green apostle saying that their cop thing was never meant to bring anything new.

      It was just to be an ‘ mot’ check …

      Well thats okay then . With a bit of luck nothing will come of it and the chinese will be busy building more coal powered generators for the benefit of their people …. 30plus percent of CO2 output and rising …


  11. StewGreen says:

    Baby names stats .. press claim #1 is Oliver
    “Muhammad was top in four regions of England and Arthur in three regions.”

    From BBC website;
    “Variations included Muhammad, Mohammed, Mohammad, Muhammed, Mohamed, Mohamad, Muhamad, Muhamed, Mohamud, Mohummad, Mohummed, Mouhamed, Mohammod and Mouhamad. However the ONS treats each spelling of a name separately …”
    The most popular just happens to be the Muhammad way of spelling it, but when you add them all up it’s by far the top of the list.
    Top for the eleventh year now.
    Last year was : Total Oliver = 4,392
    Total Muhammad/Mohammed/Mohammad = 6,163.


    • StewGreen says:

      1 OLIVER 4,225

      5 MUHAMMAD 3,710
      32 MOHAMMED 1,615
      74 MOHAMMAD 751


      • StewGreen says:

        92 OLLIE 633
        So Oliver +Ollie = 4858
        way less than Those 3 top versions of Mohammad that make 6076
        (short names like Mo, Mhd seem to have been excluded, from the data, but they do exist)

        4 NOAH 4,042 (that could be both Biblical and Koran derived)

        93 YUSUF 620
        98 IBRAHIM 591


        • StewGreen says:

          Oh hyphenated names seem excluded too
          eg Muhammad-Ali not included
          seems to me Ali has been excluded too ..cos short name
          but Ahmed/Ahmad not ranked in top 100 ? is that true ?


  12. Eddy Booth says:

    Amazon offers bonuses of up to £3,000 in run-up to Christmas

    Of course the bbc just run the story without any small print details of what the conditions are to actually get the bonus.
    Guessing it isn’t so easy.


  13. Fedup2 says:

    I listened to the speeches in tribute to Sir David Amess . Twitter has celebrated that of Mark Francios who wants a ‘davids’ law to ‘outlaw online abuse ‘ .

    So further restrictions in freedom of opinion and speech is on the way – in a good cause of course . … those restrictions always are.

    What that idea has to do with slaughter by an islamic terrorist – i really dont know – and MPs dont know either …


  14. Richard Pinder says:


    The Trick, BBC 1, 8.30pm: What the BBC doesn’t want you to know

    Tree rings do not show the medieval warm period seen in 485 other papers, or any warming after 1960. So to “HIDE THE DECLINE” in temperature seen in tree rings, the ”TRICK” was to hide the decline by substitution of tree ring data by thermometer data from 1960. With the scientific fraud before 1960, the thermometer data from 1960 gave the desired “HOCKEY STICK” shape.

    It was Phil Jones who suggested that they use “MIKE’S NATURE TRICK” to “HIDE THE DECLINE”. Which refers to the fact that Michael Mann also used “The Trick” to impress the IPCC into using the fraudulent Hockey Stick graph.

    The scientific fraud used assumptions that thin tree rings were caused by cold weather. But Isotopic evidence in tree rings showed that the temperature does not determine the width of tree rings. Climategate emails, hacked or leaked by an insider, verified that the tree ring data would not show the upturn in temperature after 1960. In fact, they showed a decline. So the contrivers said, “Hide the Decline” by replacing it with grafted on thermometer measurements. Also, the reason that the temperature does not determine the width of tree rings is that sometimes the tree rings are thin because of hot droughts, as well as the assumed cold used in the Hockey stick. Isotopic evidence showed that many of Mann’s assumptions for tree rings were wrong, and therefore constitute evidence for scientific fraud.

    So the nature of the “scientific fraud” is that the hottest years are depicted as cold years in the Hockey Stick, except after 1960.

    “The Trick” being “scientific fraud” produced to show fools, morons, crooks and brainwashed schoolgirls “WHAT THEY WANT TO SEE”

    It also reminds me of a working class Labour MP, who said something like, Labour has been taken over by middle class morons, and the Tories are run by middle class crooks.

    As to whether it was a hack or a leak. The emails were released onto the internet on 19th November 2009. Before this, on 21st February 2005, Phil Jones sent a letter to Australian Climatologist, Warrick Hughes, saying “We have 25 years or so invested in the work. Why should I make the data available to you, when your aim is to try and find something wrong with it?”

    So someone thought there was something wrong with the data before the hack or leak.

    But then anyone can go to the forests were the data was obtained, and chop down trees, obtain and look at the tree rings and find out what was wrong with the data.


  15. Guest Who says:

    Maybe, if they just knelt, behind closed doors, with Fick Ange and that Traumatised Slave Owner Descendant of Color commentating?


  16. StewGreen says:

    Son has made a Channel 4 doco about his father being the first black police officer in Yorkshire
    So of course both local BBC and ITV have long items promoting it.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      If I hadn’t been intensely forcefed this subject continuously for the last 2(?seems much, much longer) years, I might actually be interested in such a documentary.

      Bill might well have been a lovely chap, and quite possibly a fantastic police officer (and later in life he would, presumably have been ‘Old Bill’).

      However, at this point in time, with all the water that’s passed under that bridge, I’d rather gnaw my own testes off than be forced to watch it.


  17. Fedup2 says:

    Further to my last about the commemoration of Sir David Amess . MPs think that adverse comments and threats against them can be banned – turned into crimes – and that people using the internet must always be identifiable ….

    Yet their own words and conduct causes a lot of fire in the first place – for instance – the last traitor parliament and the former speaker busily stacking up hate – quite rightly in my view.

    They seem to think everything is going to become nice now . Even if the swamp was to behave better there will still be an army of Islamic murderers imported via laws approved by those Politicians …..


  18. Northern Voter says:

    Advice to all these celebs that go on and on and on about abusive tweets, stay off twitter, easy peasy!


  19. Wild Bill says:

    One Show, where are white presenters, none I can see?
    Also going on about most popular boys name, as usual not mentioning it is really Mohamed.


  20. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Nigel Farage tonight on GB News, the first politician I’ve heard calling out the Amess killing for what it really is, Islamic terrorism.
    He’s the only one with the guts to tell it how it is.

    His guest, a muslim, came out with a lot of sense and some truths about Islam which I’ve also never heard on the msm.

    Well done Nigel (and guest)


    • Fedup2 says:

      They’ll be counting the complaints from the mosques at OFCOM by now – and cue a labour mouth ….


      • JohnC says:

        And of course emails and messages will be going out to get others who never even saw it to complain.


    • Siempre Recht says:

      On a different point, thought similar; does anyone remember Channel 4’s (I’m being serious!) Muslim survey a way back, maybe in 2004? When the results were simply shocking; as in 40-50% thought the UK was evil, wanted Sharia Law, believed in stoning LGBTs, etc?

      Even then, the shower at Channel 4 were still putting out good journalism, nowadays it’s simply awful.


    • Banania says:

      The Lotus Eaters have had a good discussion about moslem terrrorism.


  21. Jeff says:

    Look, please don’t take this the wrong way, but…

    Much as I’m horrified at the dreadful murder of the MP, should we really be all that surprised?

    This has been coming for ages and the powers that be are still in a state of (pretend) denial.

    I heard Dr Liam Fox being interviewed by Julia Hartley Brewer this morning. She asked him about us importing this sort of terrorism. The good doctor didn’t agree. “He was born here” he immediately countered. Okay, perhaps he was. However, as the late, great Bernard Manning once observed, “If my cat gave birth to kittens in a stable would you think they were horses?”

    If you take a gander close to Parliament you’ll soon see how aware they are of the real danger. There are bollards, massive iron gates and huge concrete blocks everywhere. It’s hideous. They know the dangers all right.

    Yes, the murder of a thoroughly decent man is tragic, but it doesn’t compare to the wanton slaughter of 22 kids at a Manchester pop concert.

    And what did they want us to do then?

    A couple of verses of Don’t look Back in Anger…


    • Northern Voter says:

      Mastermind on just now, contestant answering questions on Margaret Thatcher, Myrie cannot contain himself from saying her name like a curse. Bame left wing twat!


    • JimS says:

      As Mark Steyn said:

      “My own preference is that, if free countries have to have unsightly security controls, why don’t they have them around the national borders rather than around every single thing inside those borders?”


  22. Northern Voter says:

    Further to the above, the Maggie Thatcher chap was winning, till Myrie accepted the last contestants answer to give her 20 points, biased, bame left wing twat!


  23. BigBrotherCorporation says:
    Bus lane camera mistakes woman’s sweater for number plate

    Oh, how we laughed. Actually no, I also know this particular ‘bus lane camera’ from bitter personal experience, and it’s the most cynically placed, cash cow, money generating, greedy cvnt (excuse my language) of a traffic camera I’ve ever come across.

    Hard to explain to those who don’t know Bath well, but a road that used to be one of the few ‘rat runs’ through the city centre (for many a year), was suddenly (and with no notice for those who don’t actually live in the ‘city’) turned into a ‘bus lane’, with no access for other vehicles.

    Being Bath the signs warning you that you’re entering the bus lane (one approach down a one way street) consist solely of a couple of unobtrusive little, waist high signs which are usually concealed behind parked cars, and markings on the road, which are also usually concealed under a bus at the bus stop! By the time you know you’re in the bus lane, it’s too late, you can’t turn around and wham, you’re being sent a fine for £120, plus costs.

    Don’t think I know many drivers locally who haven’t been caught out by it, it’s notorious, and any complaints to the City Council get a snotty response and demand to pay up, or be pursued through the courts with additional costs.

    This is the same City Council which got rid of the best park and ride (and only one accessible from the south of the city) and which is in the process of phasing in a vehicle ban for parts of the city, starting with commercial vehicles and taxis, the ‘fines’ from which are pursued with extreme prejudice, you could almost say ‘religious zeal’:

    This may be resulting in ‘cleaner air’ for Bath city centre, but most of the local towns, villages, and (potholed) country lanes, are reporting massively increased traffic, traffic jams, pollution, accidents etc…

    Meanwhile, the businesses in the city centre, dependent on tourists (and deliveries) aren’t too happy either, especially with the blight of Covid over the last 18 months (recall Starmer and the Bath landlord? There were a number of reasons why he wasn’t a very happy man.)

    The BBC supports Bath City Council of course, I’ve read a number of articles with a generally praising tone on the BBC website, and I’m sure they would like to see similar schemes rolled out throughout the UK as part of their ‘Green Agenda’.


    • JimS says:

      The poor visitor driving north-bound comes up against a ‘bus gate’ so turns right, heading East. At the next junction the choice is turn South or go straight-ahead. Turning South is silly, because that is where you have just come from.

      Chances are that there is a double-decker bus in front of you, quite a relief as it turns right, allowing you to go straight ahead because your map/GPS tells you that leads directly to the main route out of Bath.

      Unfortunately that bus concealed the solitary warning sign so, as BBC says, that way also leads directly to a fine.


      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        JimS, I see you’ve been there too! The entire situation feels very much like a carefully constructed ‘trap’ to part a motorist from their money, by the time you realise what’s happening it’s too late to escape.


        • JohnC says:

          Lots and lots more of that to come when funding is cut.
          The trick round our way is to change 40mph zones to 30mph and remove the small signs from the lamposts.
          Then police it like crazy and get everyone for speeding who doesn’t realise and is used to it being 40mph for years.
          Fines : the new taxation.


    • Sick of it all says:

      ‘The BBC supports Bath City Council of course’

      Liberal Dumbocrats in charge with a heavy majority, so no real surprise that Auntie sides with the Pigs.


  24. StewGreen says:

    🟢 11:15pm @BBC2 : Climate Change on Trial
    Wonder if you’ll mention that Norway is UK’s largest import source of Gas.


  25. StewGreen says:

    🟢 10pm BBC4 two years old doco that prepared the ground for the distorted drama


    • Guest Who says:


      • Garry Lavin says:

        Very emotive……but by how many fractions of a degree are the changes?

        The overall change could only be by one degree for instance….


  26. StewGreen says:

    9pm-11pm SkyArts Artists are giving Liverpool’s statues a new look, but critics claim it is no more artistic than a student sticking a traffic cone on top

    @SkyArts have a new series call Statues Redressed
    No agenda there then
    See how it works yet?


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Reminds me of being a student, and nights out ‘on the town’.


    • Sick of it all says:

      Another barmpot council, another whopping majority; this time it’s militant Labour.

      This is straight-up mockery and the least surprising aspect is they think they’re being clever, which clearly they are not. The only response I can summon is pity, not only for their unbridled ignorance and lack of intellectual integrity, but for our poor, frayed culture (or what’s left of it).


  27. vlad says:

    Congratulations to Dan Wootton of GB News for being the only broadcaster (that I’ve heard) to dare address the topic: Islamic Extremism Must Be Discussed.
    He even poured scorn on Emir Khan’s weasel words that David Amess had “passed away”, as if he’d died peacefully in his sleep and not from a savage frenzy of 17 stabwounds.

    At time of writing the GB News panel are having a serious, lively and vital debate on the subject, unlike every other broadcaster, most of all the BBC who are just coming out with the usual sentimental guff we get after every new act of Islamic terrorism.

    Well done GB News, for some honest and brave reporting.


    • vlad says:

      Sadly, the panel has now been replaced by an extremely aggressive Muslim apologist who’s trotting out the usual lie that this has nothing to do with Islam, and, frankly, our Dan is a bit out of his depth. He needs a specialist on Islam to fight his corner.

      But at least he raised the subject.


  28. StewGreen says:

    🟤 11pm BBC4 repeat yet again
    Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation,


    • Jeff says:

      Oh, Stephen Lawrence, I thought it must be time for another look at the case.
      I haven’t heard anything about him…for days…


    • micknotmike says:

      In the meantime the story of the 14 year old white boy murdered by a bunch of third worlders has now left the front page. It should run for at least 20 years and his mother should be made a baroness. Also, as in the lawrence case, if these savages are found not guilty, the law must be changed to allow as many retrials as you like. Much as I sympathise with the tragic loss of a fine MP, the theory that “We are the great and the good and no harm will come to us” has now been thoroughly disproved. The elites will learn the hard way that they are no safer than you or I.


  29. StewGreen says:

    Re the Mariana BBCPanorama prog
    they claimed : Social media giants promote misogynistic content to users despite pledging to do more to tackle online abuse.

    That seems the normal BBC trick of having a simplistic victim narrative
    ‘ALL women get masses of abuse
    .. ALL men are OK’

    That’s BS didfferent
    – people get different levels of abuse
    – the way they react to influence trolls (taing offence does provoke the trolls more etc.)
    – Different people take it it differently ..some people worrying about minor things, whilst other people get masses of abuse yet laugh it off

    On Twitter a Tory just mentioned abuse she’d got


    • StewGreen says:

      It is worrying that BBCpanorama worked with Center for Countering Digital Hate
      … which looks like a one man Labour front to me

      The kind of people that don’t care that righties get milkshaked and physically attackecd.


      • JohnC says:

        ‘Milkshaking’ is nothing less than terrorism. They guy getting it has no idea what was just thrown over him and for a brief moment he will be wondering if it was acid.

        Anyone doing it should get 6 months inside.

        But as it’s done by the nasty Left, the BBC turn a blind eye. The agenda is more important.


        • Sick of it all says:

          I’m still waiting for the police investigation of Jo Brand (as called for by Nigel Farage) for suggesting battery acid be thrown over Brexit-supporting politicians. This was over two years ago, but hasn’t and won’t be forgotten by those of us with a sense of fairness and human decency.


          • JohnC says:

            We should be thanking the disgusting creature. She is a useful case for highlighting the extreme hypocrisy of the BBC.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      A lot of what gets called ‘misogyny’ and ‘racism’ in these cases doesn’t seem to amount to much when you look into it.

      A joke about women’s driving, or weight might be ‘bad taste’ and ‘lazy and inaccurate stereotyping’, but it is not ‘misogynistic’ or inspired by ‘hate’, any more than a joke about men being obsessed with football, or having beer bellies is misandrist and inspired by hate.

      Bad taste and posting stupid (‘trollish’) comments online, should never be a crime, real, genuine misogyny (‘kill all women’), racism (‘kill all whitees’), death threats etc… probably should though.


  30. Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

    The following question is only indirectly related to the BBC.

    Now we know that Youtube (Google owned) has become woke and will tend not to allow any criticism of the BBC on its platform (presumably due to a team of BBC lawyers supervising and in contact with the Youtube team). So I have been exploring an alternative video uploading platform called BITCHUTE.

    However I find BITCHUTE completely filled with either trolls or nutters that are ONLY interested in pushing Conspiracy Theories. They are not interested in criticism of the BBC they seem only interested in linking everything to evil Jews, or Freemasons, or Luciferians. They seem obsessed with New World Order conspiracy theories, obsessed with 9/11, obsessed with killer vaccines.

    Has anybody any thoughts on Bitchute and alternatives to Youtube?


    • tomo says:


      I’d agree with your assessment of the alternate video archiving + streaming services.

      YouTube was the first to market in volume and at one stage as I heard it more video was uploaded in a day than could be watched in a waking lifetime… It’s a behemoth. The other platforms are small things scuttling around feeding on the scraps… The simple logistics are in Alphabet’s favour.

      Problem is – as the platform has developed the marketeers and the ideologues have inveigled themselves into controlling the content and since it’s the only game in town – they feel little need to engage with either content providers or indeed the audience… I suspect that the politics / ideology has crept in at least in part by craven playing of the regulators (i.e. the politicians) as YouTube could have trivially crushed Netflix or Spotify etcetera – but they’d be into monopoly / RICO territory.

      It’s going to take some time for the small outfits to catch up and substack are signs that people are voting with their feet / debit cards …

      YouTube’s sheer size and diversity of content makes them – in my opinion – a public utility – and they should be regulated as such. One thing that truly grates is their steadfast refusal to elaborate on take-downs and the sorry procession of content providers who’ve been nuked without explanation is a testament to their high handed arbitrariness. If I’ve heard one content provider saying “what did I do?” – I now must have heard a dozen….

      What has happened is that they’ve captured neutered the regulators and have been very careful not to trigger any overt monopoly tripwires and some people have been weaponising the YouTube ecosystem for political ends – it hasn’t gone unnoticed.

      YouTube have been quite careful about skating on thin ice – but as it stands, I feel that the only people who know the extents of their manipulations are senior Alphabet executives.

      Content delivery is on an individually tailored basis.

      The BBC have wet dreams about that sort of thing.


    • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

      Rumble or Odysee


  31. Guest Who says:



  32. Guest Who says:

    Lot to unpack here.

    He was booked in with them?

    They were booked in with him?


  33. StewGreen says:

    FFS another Green show
    🟢 8pm ITV My Beautiful Green Home 1/3 parts
    follow three families as they renovate and retrofit their traditional homes with the latest green technology and we were delighted to have been involved in this series!


  34. Guest Who says:

    2021 shaping up a treat.

    Prince William as Austin Powers
    Spingster as Joan of Arc
    Greta as Rick Astley
    And the entire MSM as Eliot Carver


  35. Eddy Booth says:

    Bouncer shortage a ‘threat to public safety’, warn nightlife bosses

    “It blames the lack of security staff at venues on people quitting during the pandemic and believes staffing levels are under 70% of what they should be.
    Brexit, and a lack of EU workers, has also been a contributing factor.
    It wants temporary visas for EU workers to come and fill empty roles.”

    Add to the list of supposed shortage of workers..
    BBC doesn’t bother mention pay rates, or that it’s all agency work – who’ll take a fat cut, or the staff need an Sia badge –
    approximately £250+ for 4 day course plus £250 for the card. An exam that needs to be marked,
    and a criminal record check that takes a while.
    BBC naturally not questioning the “just ship them in from Europe ” solution


  36. Guest Who says:

    Time for the BBC to break out the Brighton Rock Getty series for any London stabbin’.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      Fair enough, it is easily the whitest area of the country!
      Seems to be one of the favourite places for the far left people to move to too🤔


      • Wild Bill says:

        I live in Cumbria, most of our serious drug dealers commute from Liverpool, but we did have couple of those County Lines dealers once who were from London, they were black.


    • JimS says:

      How can a black kid in Cumbria aspire to be a top drug dealer if he never sees pictures of people like him?

      I feel sorry for young white lads, no jobs, no wife, no sofa, no Christmas.


      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        That’s alright Jim, they always have RuPaul’s ‘Drag Race’ to compensate (thanks for saving the day, yet again BBC).


      • Fedup2 says:

        JimS 10/10 – there needs to be an inquiry …
        But like any coloured kid who wants to get into using a knife being excluded because all the picture of people with knives on the BBC website are whitees…


  37. Guest Who says:

    The public.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      Heat pump grants worth £5,000 to kickstart low carbon heating

      “What is a heat pump ?
      Heat pumps extract warmth from the air, the ground, or water – a bit like a fridge operating in reverse.”

      “They are powered by electricity, so if you have a low-carbon source of electricity they provide greener heating.”

      “One energy firm, Octopus Energy, said initially it expected homeowners would contribute around £2,500 to the cost of installing a heat pump, roughly equivalent to the cost of a new gas boiler. The government subsidy would cover the rest of the cost.”


      • tomo says:

        Assuming the government might actually pay the “grant” … – that isn’t a given if the evidence of the Green Homes mess run by a sort of American Crapita is anything to go by…

        The Guardian has done a fair job of collecting evidence of government botching and worse

        No word on how much they’ve spaffed on administration vs. actual jobs completed…. that reticence likely hides some grisly detail.


      • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

        I had a quote for replacing a 17 year old Worcester gas boiler for a 4 bedroom house.
        Boiler like for like replacement (supply & fit) £2,800.
        Air source heat pump and associated coffin water storage tanks £12,350 less govt grant of £7,500 = £4,850.
        And they said that the level of heat might not be as high, and I may need larger radiators in certain rooms.

        I also recall when the combi boiler was fitted all those years ago, that the home insurance had a tiny reduction for no stored water. Presumably that will translate to a huge increase.


        • Guest Who says:

          Our kids’ cars are significantly newer than ours.

          We all keep ours well maintained and, hopefully, no issues.

          However both have had issues with warning lights coming on regarding engine management systems with manuals suggesting dire consequences if not immediately taking in.

          It seems this is a new thing do do with emissions. After a couple of daft sensors at £100 we looked into it and all with car savvy say ignore it as it is them being fooled by anything from fuel quality to petrol cap tightness.

          A garage also waved it off but suggested a few longer trips at higher revs.

          So… more ‘eco’ that isn’t costing money and planet.


          • JimS says:

            Two problems with ‘engine management’ warning lights:

            1. Garages haven’t got a clue what they mean.
            2. They are an MOT failure item, which still applies even if you nominally have 11 months 20 days to go.


        • Wild Bill says:

          30 years ago we got central heating and a combi boiler, we got rid of the cold water and hot water tanks, with heat pumps we will have to find room to fit new tanks.


      • Guest Who says:

        That link is showing a 404 currently.


  38. tomo says:

    Environment Analyst Mister Wheelabin is gonna be ‘fewmin


    • Guest Who says:

      Naff’s off. Andy is giving another go on the BME.


      By Andrew McFarlane

      Households to get £5,000 to help ditch gas boilers

      Two engineers installing a heat pump in Folkestone

      Heating buildings accounts for 21% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change. And the prime minister has set a target of 2035 for phasing out new carbon-emitting gas boilers, which currently heat more than three-quarters of homes. But low-carbon heat pumps, which extract warmth from the air, the ground, or water, cost between £6,000 and £18,000, depending on their type and the size of a property. So the government says it will offer £5,000 subsidies from next April. “As the technology improves and costs plummet over the next decade, we expect low-carbon heating systems will become the obvious, affordable choice for consumers,” says Business and Energy Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng.

      Heating industry figures have welcomed the move, part of a £3.9bn plan to reduce carbon emissions. The bulk will go on decarbonising public buildings, new heating systems and insulation in social housing and helping to provide clean heating networks for homes unsuitable for heat pumps. However, critics point out the heat-pump subsidy is limited to a maximum of 90,000 homes over three years. Environmental group Greenpeace says the strategy contains “unambitious policies and inadequate funding”. Shadow business secretary Ed Miliband describes it as “meagre, unambitious and wholly inadequate”, when compared with Labour’s pledge of £6bn a year for insulation and low-carbon heating.

      Wondering whether you should get a heat pump – and how much it’d set you back? Here’s our explainer.

      Always enjoy BBC ‘explanations’.

      Labour and Tory PPE grads vying for BBC approval by trying to out spend public money on a small minority to be subsidised to look good on something expensive that in most cases cannot work sums up this state propaganda system perfectly.

      We had a new boiler installed a while ago. I asked the engineer about heat pumps. He looked around our 17th century utility room and laughed.

      A blonde Buffoon held to account to by a wibbling cretin and 20,000 arts grads serves this country ill.


  39. taffman says:

    “Welsh independence to be considered by commission”
    “The new body, set up by Welsh Labour ministers, will look at how the current system of powers resting in Cardiff and London could change.”
    Key words “Welsh Labour ministers” – They couldn’t run a bath ! Another waste of money.


  40. tomo says:

    I hope this fake snowballs into the Trudeau government feeling the need to send a missive to all government workers to the effect that “this is a fake”



    • Eddy Booth says:

      What’s let’s go Brandon mean?
      I’m guessing I’m the only person who doesn’t know😀


      • TrickCyclist says:


      • Halifax says:

        What does Let’s go Brandon mean?”

        Hope this explains


        • Fedup2 says:

          Can we just get to the point

          ‘Let’s go Brandon ‘ means ‘eff joe Biden ‘ – and that’s it .

          As obscure as language like ‘meme’ and ‘gas lighting ‘….

          God I so prefer real language .


          • JimS says:

            Yes and No.

            The Brandon meme comes from the actions of the media that brought us ‘mostly peaceful protests’ against a backdrop of burning buildings.

            Real language has been under threat for decades, helped again by ‘the media’, replaced by Orwellian Newspeak.

            We all have to be signed up to ‘Inclusivity, Diversity and Equity’, roughly translated as ‘excludes white men, all women/all BAMEs and women/BAMEs get all the top jobs’.

            One of the things impressed on me as a child was that it was easier to tell the truth, if you told a lie it ended up getting bigger and bigger as you tried to keep all the threads of the lie together.

            So first they told us that Women needed ‘rights’, then it was Homosexuals, who were born ‘that way’ and it was a crime to suggest they could be ‘cured’. But now the female of the species can be a Man, Woman is without definition, Sex is now Gender and Gender can be male, female or any combination or none and can flip as the mood takes!

            No, there is no real language now, we live in a world of Humpty Dumpty numpties.


      • Richard Pinder says:

        Brandon is the second-largest city in the province of Manitoba, Canada. So I think it means that the variant “Lets go to Brandon” is banned by the Canadian Public Service, because someone in Brandon, Manitoba said “Lets go Brandon” which is banned because the authorities in Canada don’t like Donald Trump.


  41. TheRebelUK says:

    Not directly BBC related but comes from a highly regarded doctor about covid, someone the BBC would not invite on because the truth would make them uncomfortable.
    Expert evaluation on adverse effects of the Pfizer-COVID-19 vaccination: The author, Hervé Seligmann, has over 100 peer-reviewed international publications with 3932+ medical citations for his work and has made this evidence available for any legal challenges. The data shows that the risk of dying in the 2 weeks after the first injection for age 60+ is 15x the risk of dying for the unvaccinated of similar age.

    Data from PHE showed that 70% of Covid deaths since February in the UK have been in the vaccinated (single or double combined). This is in stark contrast with recent government pronouncements which claim that it is the unvaccinated who are dying.


  42. StewGreen says:

    Oh GBNews suddenly had a 10pm news bulletin
    It’s all about parliament today
    ..Recalling parliament a waste of time, if you ask me’s too late to bring him back ..they should have have stayed on track to their normal work.


  43. StewGreen says:

    Summary of tonight’s agendas
    6-7pm 🟤 🟢 Local news : The usual Green & BAME agendas pushed
    7pm BBC1 One Show usual agenda pushing
    7:30pm 👩 Panorama’s “Women are victims” agenda, and men are OK
    9pm 🌹 Blair and Brown “The New Labour Revolution”
    🏳️‍🌈 10:35pm BBC1 Drag Race UK

    Green Agenda
    🟢 8pm ITV My Beautiful Green Home 1/3 parts
    🟢 8:30pm-10pm drama rewriting ClimateGate history
    🟢 11:15pm @BBC2 : Climate Change on Trial

    Black issue
    🟤 9pm-11pm @SkyArts Statues Redressed
    🟤 10pm Ch4 Yorkshire Cop : Racism and Me
    🟤 11pm BBC4 repeat yet again
    Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation,
    🟤 11:05pm What it means to be black British
    🟤 11:35pm Ian Wright on the rise of black footballers


  44. StewGreen says:

    Radio4 cos the BBC are really DIVERSE ../sarc
    🟤 Saturday 19:15 was a Author Bernardine Evaristo Cuture special
    FFS she is on all the time
    She’s on twice every day this week
    🟤 Mon- Fri 10:45 and midnight-thirty : Bernardine Evaristo reading her own book

    Also on Twice a day at 12 and 22:45 for 10 days
    🟤 new novel : Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead

    🟤 11pm George the black poet
    🟤 9pm The Black and the Green
    Exploring the relationship between Black and Green political movements and ideas.
    🟤 8pm How white people are bad “White Mischief”
    3/3 How did whiteness become one of the most influential yet elusive ideas of the modern age?
    🟤 7:45pm Arts Show : Arinzé Kene on playing Bob Marley

    🟢 13:45 Daily Green Dream evangelism


  45. JohnC says:

    I see the David Amess murder has disappeared completely from the BBC news now. The story is now all about how upset his family are. People are being conditioned to be sad and sympathetic instead of demanding something be done about what has happened.

    And the discussion has been switched to MP’s online abuse when in fact it has nothing at all to do with this murder.

    No discussion about the very real and ongoing Islamic terrorist threat whatsoever.

    It’s an absolute disgrace.

    Meanwhile a lot more money will be spent beefing up security to stop it happening again to MP’s. They just won’t tell us about it. They hope the next attack will just be little people on the street. Their blood can be mopped up and the story suppressed to one small article for one day.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Even when the next MP is attacked by a Muslim the subject will not be discussed …. I’m not sure what it will take – a ‘dirty bomb ?’ The killing of a member of the royal family ? A London version of 9/11?


    • digg says:

      I think the BBC ran more column inches and telly time on Jo Cox then Amess.

      Can’t think why!


  46. Zephir says:

    Why black black black ?

    1. Main facts and figures

    according to the 2011 Census, the total population of England and Wales was 56.1 million, and 86.0% of the population was White
    people from Asian ethnic groups made up the second largest percentage of the population (at 7.5%), followed by Black ethnic groups (at 3.3%), Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups (at 2.2%) and Other ethnic groups (at 1.0%)
    among the specific ethnic groups, people from the White British ethnic group made up the largest percentage of the population (at 80.5%), followed by Other White (4.4%) and Indian (2.5%)
    from 2001 to 2011, the percentage of the population of England and Wales that was White British decreased from 87.4% to 80.5%, while the Other White group saw the largest increase in their share of the population, from 2.6% to 4.4%
    the percentage of the population from a Black African background doubled from 0.9% in 2001 to 1.8% in 2011

    Why do the BBC and adverts and TV obsess about 3.3 % of our population ? is it because they protest (riot) otherwise ?

    How do the other ethnic minorities feel about this ? let alone the 86 % who keep the bbc funded


  47. Zephir says:

    Population of England and Wales by ethnicity

    The 2011 Census data shows that:

    the total population of England and Wales was 56.1 million
    48.2 million people (86.0%) were from White ethnic groups, with 45.1 million of those identifying with the White British group (80.5% of the population) and 2.5 million with the Other White ethnic group (4.4%)
    4.2 million people (7.5%) were from Asian ethnic groups, with 1.4 million of those identifying with the Indian ethnic group (2.5%), and 1.1 million with the Pakistani ethnic group (2.0%)
    1.9 million people (3.3%) were from Black ethnic groups, with just under 1 million of those identifying with the Black African ethnic group (1.8%), and 0.6 million with the Black Caribbean ethnic group (1.1%)
    1.2 million people (2.2%) had Mixed ethnicity, with 0.4 million of those identifying with the Mixed White/Black Caribbean group (0.8%), and 0.3 million with the Mixed White and Asian group (0.6%)
    0.6 million people (1.0%) belonged to other ethnic groups

    All 56,075,912 100.0
    Asian 4,213,531 7.5
    Bangladeshi 447,201 0.8
    Chinese 393,141 0.7
    Indian 1,412,958 2.5
    Pakistani 1,124,511 2.0
    Asian other 835,720 1.5
    Black 1,864,890 3.3
    Black African 989,628 1.8
    Black Caribbean 594,825 1.1
    Black other 280,437 0.5
    Mixed 1,224,400 2.2
    Mixed White/Asian 341,727 0.6
    Mixed White/Black African 165,974 0.3
    Mixed White/Black Caribbean 426,715 0.8
    Mixed other 289,984 0.5
    White 48,209,395 86.0
    White British 45,134,686 80.5
    White Irish 531,087 0.9
    White Gypsy/Traveller 57,680 0.1
    White other 2,485,942 4.4
    Other 563,696 1.0
    Arab 230,600 0.4
    Any other 333,096 0.6


    • harry142857 says:

      2011 was a long time ago. I live by a secondary school. The mix of kids must be 30% black, 30% indian/pakistani and 40% white which includes plenty of Eastern Europeans.
      How many people would have ignored this year’s census also? I live in Reading, which is swamped with foreigners, but where I work, ten miles away the population is 98% white British.
      Plenty of murders, muggings and even a kidnapping at the weekend in Reading, it isn’t the place I was born in.


  48. Zephir says:

    Job advert:

    Immigration Enforcement – Enforcement Immigration Officer

    the first paragraph:

    The first duty of the government is to keep citizens safe and the country secure. The Home Office has been at the front line of this endeavour since 1782. As such, the Home Office plays a fundamental role in the security and economic prosperity of the United Kingdom. The Home Office mission is fundamentally important: to keep Britain’s streets safe and its borders secure. Every member of the Home Office plays a part in making that happen.

    Immigration Enforcement is an operational command of the Home Office. It was set up on 1st April 2012. Immigration Enforcement is a professional law enforcement organisation that works with cross-Government partners and drives action across the Border, Immigration and Citizenship system. Immigration Enforcement’s vision is to reduce the size of the illegal population and the harm it causes; This vision is supported by 3 core objectives to:

    Prevent migrants from entering the UK illegally and overstaying
    Deal with threats associated with immigration offending
    Encourage and enforce the return of illegal migrants from the UK


  49. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “Eric Zemmour: Far-right journalist cast as Macron election rival”

    “Now, he says, France is being “submerged” by migrants, and parents should be forced to give their children “French names”.

    “His speech in Béziers targeted France’s education system – “infiltrated by Marxism, anti-racism, and LGBT ideologies”, in his view.

    “As for the French media, he dismissed them as “a propaganda machine that hates France”.

    “Paid with your taxes, they constantly spit on you,” he said. “They spit on French history and culture, and they spit on the French people, whom they want to see disappear.”

    I get the impression that our BBC don’t like him 😉


  50. Thoughtful says:

    Here is the article about Sir David Amess links to Qatar and his open wish to receive money from them for his constituency, obviously they aren’t going to make the connection between the constituency and himself but it certainly does beg the questions.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Thoughtful – thanks for the link – I’m sure that story will be buried by the msm for all sorts of reasons – unless of course it becomes part of some defence case ….