560 Responses to Midweek Thread 24 November 2021

  1. Thoughtful says:


  2. taffman says:

    “Storm Arwen: High winds risk to life in Wales – Met Office”
    It predicted damage to trees and buildings, with risk of “injuries and danger to life from flying debris”.
    Could the “flying debris be the wind turbine blades shown in the photograph ?


    • Thoughtful says:

      Not that you’d know it but it’s snowing in the North of Scotland right now. Having said that the worst of the winds will affect the East of the country blowing right down the North Sea and towards the channel a storm surge appears likely and the Thames Barrier plus the continental equivalents might well have to be put to use.

      It is quite likely that snow or ‘wintery showers’ will affect the capital and to the media that means the entire country will be put into a state of panic.
      The joke about Southerners needing to stay at home and turn the heating up, Northerners you’ll need your big coat is perhaps well drawn with this storm..


  3. taffman says:

    Not prominent on Al Beeb but itlooks as the £ has reached an all year high so far .
    Could it get back up to £1 ……….despite Brexit


  4. taffman says:

    “Channel deaths: More boats arrive after 27 people drown”
    Where is the Royal Navy ?
    Perhaps Peppa Pig can tell us ?


  5. taffman says:

    Note how Al Beeb gives very little publicity to this party and its petition calling for ‘Net Zero’ immigration .


  6. digg says:

    Two things of note in the news for me today…

    1. Not one lefty red rag including the BBC are running anything remotely connected to Global Warming this week.

    Couldn’t be anything to do with the fact that like most of the UK right now it’s bloody freezing our nuts off could it?

    The eco zealot nutters must be quivering in a corner somewhere wondering what’s going on!

    2. “Every girl has experienced rape culture at school”. Blimey they are really trying hard to get every male locked up are they not?


    A lot of girls have indeed suffered from a rape culture but not the “culture” that the BBC would wish to discuss I guess!

    For the record. I attended a boy’s only Grammar School for my secondary years and the only time we even saw a female was at the inter Boy’s Grammar – Girl’s High School annual Dance. Almost every boy I knew there was far too timid to even speak to a girl let alone try anything on!

    So maybe that’s the solution, total segregation again?

    Would solve a lot of problems!

    Except that the female girls would probably start to be hit on by the trans girls.

    So maybe we would need 3 or even 4 types of sex based schools, or maybe even more as I for one am losing the plot with how many genders we would need to consider.


    • Guest Who says:

      I remain curious as to the ‘Citizen’s Climate Assemblies’ currently being quietly set up (in every sense of the word).

      Not sure at how pervasive they are, but the deadline here is this weekend. Given near zero mention anywhere, or discussion, it seems pretty clear the system is rigged to install those who know about it and are keen to dominate.


      Nothing I see so far suggests anything other than a front for XR and BBC manipulation.


      • Guest Who says:

        Days to go, and a story that is admittedly cautious.


        In the piece and comments it is noted how this appears to be evolving.


      • Philip_2 says:

        Re: ‘Citizen’s Climate Assemblies’

        What’s the betting that this will be stuffed with ‘Common Purpose’ types discussing how to over-turn ‘the proletariat’ and ensure any ‘meaning-full vote’ ensures a ‘yes’ answer, and anyone stating ‘no’ is turfed out of the compound. That way you get majority voting for all ‘green’ issues, with no objections, at all!
        BBC will be all over it as ‘voice of the people’, before the power goes off…


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      “For the record. I attended a boy’s only Grammar School… Almost every boy I knew there was far too timid to even speak to a girl let alone try anything on!”

      I attended a ‘new era’ Comp. in the 80s with mixed boys and girls, and (very) mixed ability – there was no grammar school option in the county, sadly.

      It wasn’t the boys who were ‘interested’ in dating, or sex, not at 15/16, there were plenty of girls who were interested in boys though, and plenty dated older boys/young men (18-early 20s), with quite a few teen pregnancies.

      Girls generally mature younger than boys in my experience and watching my teenaged kids now (one boy, one girl) and their friends and classmates, nothing much seems to have changed.

      My son (16) gets loads of texts (and has had more than one ‘sext’) from interested girls, but other than a few brief dates, he’s much more interested in studying for his exams and playing online games than in girls. Some of his friends are utterly terrified of girls, if his little sister speaks to them they get all flustered and look like they want to hide. Like me, I expect my son’s interest in girls will probably take off a bit when he gets to Uni in a few years, but I can’t imagine him suddenly turning into some sex crazed maniac, it just isn’t in the genes.

      In comparison, my daughter (14) is constantly mooning about, ‘depressed’ that some boy she fancies at school isn’t paying her enough attention. Then if one of them does pay her some attention and sends her a text, or builds up the courage to speak, she instantly goes off him and has moved on to the next – it seems to be more about ‘scoring points’ than anything serious. From recollection, my sisters were like that too.

      So, I have to be honest, I don’t know who exactly is creating this ‘rape culture’, seems more a figment of the imagination than reality to me, but what do I know.


      • Banania says:

        Being terrified of girls is divine protection for which the protected one will be grateful in the future.


  7. Philip_2 says:

    Letter in the Telegraph today. Biden has been found out as Fraud. Not that the BBC will admit he’s been the worst president in history. Who elected him? Does he work for the Chinese or the Russians?

    It is indeed hard to keep giving Joe Biden the benefit of the doubt. The election was rigged, as we knew at the time.

    The evidence of 2020 election fraud is now overwhelming:

    Click to access states-v-us-and-states-compl-2021-11-23.pdf

    Numerous State Attorney Generals seem to agree as does ex NYPD police commissioner Bernie Kerik. I cannot wait to hear his evidence to the compromised, corrupt and politicised Jan 6 witch-hunt!


    • Scroblene says:

      Having just had to explain in words of one syllable, a lawyer’s letter referring to a property being transferred to a new owner with recyclable items being placed in a bin used for garden waste, I think that in a future life, I will have to be a legal beaver of some quality to deal with this at $2,000 an hour…

      I assume Mr Biden of 12, Acacia Gardens will get his ‘team’ on the case by Christmas!

      Beautiful timing for the mid-terms, with the silly old fool at around 35% rating and falling…


      • Thoughtful says:

        You aren’t understanding this if that’s what you think. The squad simply don’t care if the party crashes and burns, they are trying to enact policies and spending which no future government or President will be able to stop. Obamacare was widely opposed by the people of America, but today it is still in existence despite the best efforts of the Trump Presidency to end it.

        If Biden can get his spending bill passed then he can get these programs on the statute books where the Republicans will not be able to reverse them.

        It’s like a conquering army getting into the enemy base only to find the self destruct sequence has been enabled with no way to stop it.


  8. MarkyMark says:

    A general from the United Arab Emirates who has been accused of complicity in torture has been elected as president of the global police agency Interpol.

    A French court has found International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence but did not hand down any punishment.

    As French finance minister in 2008, she approved an award of €404m ($429m; £340m) to businessman Bernard Tapie for the disputed sale of a firm.
    Ms Lagarde, who always denied wrongdoing, was not present in court, having left Paris for Washington DC.
    The IMF board said it retained “full confidence” in her leadership.

    Tony Blair resigns as Middle East peace envoy
    This article is more than 6 years old
    Former British PM has written to UN chief to confirm resignation from job he took in 2007


    • Thoughtful says:

      This is all good stuff Marky. As I have been saying here, our poorly paid politicians are taking money out of the Middle East to bump up the poor pay and this is part of the consequence of that.

      When I explain this to several people even here on these forums they say that as long as they can save a penny every decade on politicians salaries they are quite happy for other countries to make up those salaries to get the things they want, and here is just another example, so smile you got what you paid for !


      • Nibor says:

        I would say that money might be the basis of some jobs and people wouldn’t do those jobs unless paid well . But politics ? Some people go into a job( or career if you like ) for more than the money .
        A man of the cloth is the best example . I hope they are preaching , healing, giving succour and holding religious services because they feel it’s a calling, rather than doing it for the lucre .
        Same with politicians.


        • Thoughtful says:

          That is why you now have a Parliament full of hard line Marxists because it’s the Left who feel they have that vocation.
          The people who believe in free market economics are all out making as much money as they can – which is a hell of a lot more than politicians are paid.

          One of the things I learned in the management qualis I did was just how much those at the bottom of the pile underestimate the amounts their bosses are paid.
          The average director salary of a FTSE100 company is now £4 million.
          The average salary for a partner level solicitor in London is £325000.
          The salary of £80K for an MP is simply too low to attract decent people and while it might appear to be a lot of money to those at the bottom of the pile, to those even slightly higher up its far too low to be attractive, especially with all the downsides.


          • Nibor says:

            That money would still attract the wrong people . We have enough lawyers infesting the place without spooning oodles of shekels their way , and a good director in a company doesn’t make a good parliamentarian .
            A good general doesn’t make a good prime minister .
            It’s not just about right versus left anymore , it’s about globalists swamp v ordinary folk


  9. Zephir says:

    Ex-home secretary Lord Blunkett says ‘NIGEL FARAGE could become Prime Minister’ if UK sets up ‘safe routes’ for asylum seekers under Labour

    Lord Blunkett today issued warning to the Labour Party over its migration policy
    Labour pushing for ‘safe and legal routes’ for asylum seekers to come to the UK
    Lord Blunkett said softening system could result in Nigel Farage becoming PM
    Former home secretary warned the ‘politics is toxic when it comes to migration



  10. Zephir says:

    Nursery for MPs’ children has cost taxpayer more than £1m and is only being used by 10 politicians as Stella Creasy says 13-week-old son she took to late-night awards do is too young to use it

    Walthamstow MP was pictured sitting at a table with infant just before 10.45pm
    Hit out yesterday after receiving an official rebuke for taking son into chamber
    The little-used Commons nursery was set up in 2010 at a cost of £750,000
    Told Lorraine she was considering bringing baby into Commons again next week


  11. Guest Who says:

    The giddy heights of the Springster career arc continues…

    Joe is a niche lefty whinge online effort.

    I continue to be amazed at the thinking at the bbc behind her hire and role.


    Fragrant Marianna did a report from the Netherlands last night. She tried to tie the riots there to the ‘right’. Me and my Dutch missus had a good laugh at that one.

    After all, Den Haag and Rotterdam city centres are well known hot beds of rightist activity that attract bonte kraag Maroccans and black bloc backpacks. Idiot woman.

    Do they really think making her the blonde ditzy front for these ‘reports’ convinces.

    Who do they think they are, Sopes’ source of news?



  12. TheRebelUK says:

    It’s always worth reading other news sources just to see if the BBC have reported the same story, is it the same, have they changed it or have they totally ignored it.
    Here is an ignored one from le monde in France. https://www.lemonde.fr/politique/article/2021/11/25/licences-de-peche-une-premiere-action-nationale-des-pecheurs-francais-vendredi_6103593_823448.html

    It’s their second main news story about how the French fisherman are going to be blocking essential goods to the UK from Friday. Because they not happy about the fishing.

    Thank God we got out of the EU. Wonder why the BBC have decided not to mention this important story? Direct omission of important news, typical of them but not surprised


    • Fedup2 says:

      I looked at France 24 yesterday and they seemed more interested in the new Reich Government rather than body bags…..
      …there are just glad to see the back of them – dead or alive ….


    • G.W.F. says:

      Under present circumstances I would be inclined to allow the French to keep the fish caught in the Channel.


  13. theisland says:

    Good news for those of us who cannot watch ‘Talking Pictures’ live.
    On December 1st 2021 Talking Pictures TV is launching a brand new catch up service. You can register on https://www.tptvencore.co.uk


    • Fedup2 says:

      Some real gems on that channel ..


      • harry142857 says:

        Rumpole every Wednesday at 8.00 p.m.,
        Edgar Wallace B movies most evenings at 6.30 ish and Children’s Film Foundation
        films on a Saturday morning.
        Plus plenty of obscure movies and Look At Life documentaries from the 50’s and 60s.


        • Fedup2 says:

          And the is always Forces TV – but after the latest cuts I reckon it will be ‘slimmed down ‘ as well …. Maybe the British Army will have its ‘ name changed to something more woke …. How about UKDefence Service ?


  14. Nibor says:

    BBC headline news : Boris Johnson and Emmanuel Macron have pledged to do everything to stop people trying to cross in unsafe boats .
    Why not also safe boats ?

    Why can’t The Powers That Be do the right thing for the right reason ?


  15. JohnC says:

    Liverpool bomb: Taxi driver saw red light on bomber’s vest, says witness

    ‘Emad Al Swealmeen died when a homemade device exploded shortly before the two minutes’ Remembrance Sunday silence.’

    Now – after the car killed those people – it seems he was a victim himself, killed by some unspecified ‘homemade device’.

    No inference at all that he was a Muslim terrorist with a bomb HE made which was fitted to HIS suicide vest.

    The BBC’s double standards are quite disgusting. Why are they allowed to get away with it ?.


    • taffman says:

      Over to Nadine …………..


      • JohnC says:

        Nadine will make enemies if she actually does anything. The BBC gravy train has a lot of carriages.

        Very few politicians have ethics higher up the priorities than money and power. Otherwise they would not become politicians.


  16. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    It’s true that it is dangerous to cross the channel in these dinghies and every person repeats this every chance they get.
    At the same time, about 26,000 that we are told about have safely made it across compared to the 27 drowned (by the Channel as the bbbc would put it)

    Stop putting out birdseed and the birds will stop coming.

    Has anyone noticed that on Dewbs and Co (GB News) the panels are invariably far left with one from the right. It’s a bit like Question Time with all the far left views.


  17. taffman says:

    “Channel migrants: UK officials head to France for talks after tragedy”
    An absolute waste of time.
    I understand that the French fishermen are ‘rattling their sabres’ and threatening to close the Channel Tunnel and Calais ?
    Dare I say vote UKIP ?


  18. Foscari says:

    Not BBC related , other than you get the impression that
    the editorial hierarchy on the BBC Londonistan
    programme are 100% behind the Tube drivers strike
    tomorrow and on later dates.
    I have always considered that driving a bus in the capitol is
    not an easy job and the drives really do earn their corn.
    As for the striking Tube train drivers I would sack the lot
    and they could all be replaced in a day!
    It’s just about the easiest highest paid public manual job
    going. I reckon a 9 year old kid could learn to become a
    tube train driver in half a day. Basically all they have to do
    is to learn how to use the emergency brakes and open and
    close the doors, and follow the guide of any
    signals. And for this around £1000 a week is the going rate.And with overtime this can almost be doubled !!


    • popeye says:

      The highest paid blue collar workers used to be type-setters in Fleet Street. Whatever happened to them?


  19. JohnC says:

    Considering terrorist attacks and stabbings where OUR people are MURDERED get one article for a couple of days on the BBC, I am amazed at what coverage they are giving to the Migrant boat.

    It seems one illegal immigrant who has the choice to risk crossing in a boat is worth 10 white lives to the BBC these days.

    If the agenda was to sort out the migrant problem, I might understand it. But I know from experience it is because they are the ultimate victims for the hand-wringing Lefties to virtue-signal that they are much more compassionate than everyone else. I suspect they have been waiting for it to happen.

    If it were otherwise, they would have made a big issue about the extremely high number of crossings which might have been stopped before this inevitable tragedy occurred. But they didn’t. They hid it.

    Yet again the BBC’s lies-by-ommission put blood on their hands. Hands which are still wet with the blood of those who died in Afghanistan because of Biden.


    • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

      Nah. One black life is worth over 1000 indigenous white British in their warped worldview.


  20. Fedup2 says:

    Farage on GBNews tells us that the polls are well against Biden – and seems to think this matters . Has he forgotten that the election was fixed once – and they’ll fix it again next time – whatever polls show …..


    • TheRebelUK says:

      Fed same in France I think, they all hate Macron for what he’s done to them there but he will somehow win next year.. maybe they got dominion voting machines in France too


  21. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    How many homeless and rough sleepers do we have in the UK?

    Why not put them all up in four star hotels, give them spending money, phones, three square meals every day and get them all treated for any health issues they have.


  22. JimS says:

    I have always wondered why the BBC loves ‘Europe’ but rarely reports it.

    Sweden now has a female prime minister, surely the BBC will report that?

    Whoops, she resigned after 7 hours! BBC best keep quiet.

    BBC website? Nothing!


  23. Square-Eyed says:

    Having just finished reading it, I would heartily recommend Robert Spencer’s “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran.” As Spencer writes, “I read the Koran so you don’t have to.”

    This, or something very similar, should be required reading for all movers and shakers in Government and at the BBC.


    • maxincony says:


      I would heartily recommend Robert Spencer’s ‘The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran’… This, or something very similar, should be required reading…“.

      How about Anjem Choudary’s; “The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Bible”? …He tells you what to think so you don’t have to.


      • Square-Eyed says:

        And how about you, Max?

        We have some idea of what you are against, but who or what do you believe in? Do please tell us. The floor is yours.


        • maxincony says:


          And how about you, Max?

          I believe the best way to understand Christianity is to read what Anjem Choudary has to say about it. Do you have a problem with that? /sarc


          • JohnC says:

            So you counter someone who is anti-Muslim with an extremist, convicted ISIS supporter do you maxi ?.

            The problem with trolls is that truth and honesty mean nothing to them. They do not have the ethics or moral standing to make any such judgements.

            If they did, they would not be trolls.


            • Zelazek says:

              Everyone here refers to Maxi as a “he”. Has it actually been established beyond doubt that Maxi is a man? Because I always get the sense that Maxi is female. Why?

              1. She wants to have a serious conversation only at weird times like 2 in the morning.

              2. She is always quoting your own words back to you, especially from years before.

              3. If you land a deathblow to her argument, she will sulk for weeks.

              All feminine traits in my experience.


              • JohnC says:

                I’m pretty sure maxi is based in the USA and is part of a BBC team who collect any quotations for a database which can be used against their political enemies in the future. A bit like the Stasi.

                I expect they take orders from the same one who has his arm up Mariannas backside and control what she says today.


              • Fedup2 says:

                I don’t refer to trolls by name . However – I do notice a pattern – one tends to turn up on Thursday night / Friday morning – probably a shift pattern .

                Trolls are interesting in that they get pleasure from popping in – making a noise and then running away hoping to get a reaction which they can pleasure themselves on from a distance .

                They remind me a bit of that game bad kids used to play of ‘knock down ginger ‘.

                The troll is also linked to that phenomenon where people need affirmation through that little ‘like ‘ box . I’d just prefer a ‘read ‘ box but it’s not important – it’s only the internet isn’t it ?

                It’s not real life ….

                It can also be guaranteed that when some truly horrible thing happens silence ensues – a characteristic they share with the Race Industry when one of their tribe go on another killing spree – with Friday a preferred day …..


                • Zelazek says:


                  You could be right. I know for a fact the troll has a collection of my contributions to this site.


                  I will follow your good example and refer to “the troll” if I ever have to in future.


                  • Fedup2 says:

                    Zel – not really worth consideration really .

                    Watching France 24 for the enemy view of the EU dumping its’ third world dross on English taxpayers .

                    The ill considered tweet from nut nut gave macron the excuse to withdraw even a semblance of cooperation with the British government .

                    If Britain is to gain anything about this then the French fishing licences should be cancelled …. I think it will harm France more than its’ enemy – Britain .

                    I can’t be bothered with the BBC reporting – I guess they’ll be humanising these economic parasites trying to get to the land of free stuff ….

                    As an aside I heard one BBC type happily saying that far more illegals get here secretly than the publicly viewable boat men …. Well that’s okay then…


                    • Zelazek says:

                      Fed, I absolutely agree that the BBC approach is all about “humanising” these “migrants”.

                      It’s a very feminine way of looking at a problem. Women look at these strangers and see poor souls in need of help. Their instinct for care and nurture kicks in. Men look at these strangers and see potential danger. Their instinct to protect the tribe kicks in.

                      When the political leadership of a country becomes feminised, that country is doomed.


                • taffman says:

                  I think that I have posted this before, mxincony is a number of people ie, fact checkers.
                  They have a lot of media resources at hand and are on shift work.


          • Square-Eyed says:

            In the Bible, Max, a matter has to be confirmed on the evidence of two or three witnesses. The Koran conspicuously rests on the evidence of one man, Mohammed. The whole edifice of Islam collapses if his evidence is false.

            Mohammed died and was buried. The Lord Jesus Christ was raised from the dead and ascended to His Father in heaven. His tomb was empty.

            “To these [the apostles] He also presented Himself alive after His suffering, by many convincing proofs, appearing to them over a period of forty days and speaking of the things concerning the kingdom of God.” Acts 1:3

            “Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28


      • Banania says:

        Why, supposing there were such a book, would you recommend it to anybody? Do you think the teachings of mahomet or choudary should be promoted?


    • JimS says:

      Katie Razzall, the BBC’s new Culture Editor, says: “Culture is the window into our lives. It’s never been more entwined with politics, tech and the economy as it is now. At a time of great uncertainty for many in the arts, there’s never been a more vital moment to tell the cultural stories of our country in all its breadth and fascinating diversity. I can’t wait to get stuck in.”

      The question is though, will she, like Robert Spencer, tell us about the story so that we don’t have to read it all, or will she, like Maxicony, Marianna Spring’s alter ego, tell us what to think?


      • Fedup2 says:

        I read yesterday that the BBC arts budget is to be halted -much mourning in Islington …but I’m sure’ coloured arts ?will be ringfenced …‘


      • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

        She’s ex-channel 4.

        What do you think.


  24. Philip_2 says:

    Europe: The corrupt Judges exposed.

    In February 2020, the ECLJ published a report, that went viral, about NGOs and the judges of the ECHR, which revealed that at least 22 of the last 100 ECHR judges are former employees of seven foundations and NGOs, and that they have judged on numerous cases supported by their own organisation, in a blatant situation of conflict of interest. Among these private organisations, George Soros’ Open Society stands out because twelve of its employees have become judges in Strasbourg, and because it funds the other six NGOs in question, sometimes to a very large extent. The massive presence of judges from the same network shows the hold of large foundations and private NGOs on the European human rights protection system and calls into question its impartiality. The report raised a series of questions about judicial procedure and ethics, which were brought to the attention of the bodies of the Council of Europe.

    . . . .

    My comments:
    The BBC are in deep with ‘Open Society’. Soros is involved in many capers just below the horizon of mainstream politics. UN Climate Change, Global Pandemic (he helped fund the Wuhan lab), Control of main media (BBC and many others across the world are in the loop), Abortion and Euthanasia, Anti Family, Anti parent, Anti Child, Immigration across Europe are all subject to ‘ECHR Human Rights’ legislation which is used here in the UK as it has not been replaced.

    Sorus (without doubt) would have helped enable the hopeless BIDEN to be nominated (for Kamal Harris who is hopeless to be replaces by another (insert another left wing zealot), who will take US to full Socialist ’empire’ building. SOROS is a global DAVOS style socialist and will stop at nothing to influence any democratic outcome. And he was busy at the EU caught buying up the ‘impartial’ EU judges of the ECHR.

    We are not OUT of the EU Courts. Just remember we have left the EU but the BIG battle is to leave the ECHR. Its is tied up with UK ‘Human Rights’ legislation and has overruled all our own UK High courts for far too long. The big twist is that it affects ‘Northern Ireland’ annex which (EU claim) must include the ECHR rulings for everything – including the UK. The rulings extend into everything we voted to get OUT.

    The ECHR rulings are a EUROPEAN’ SUPREME COURT’ which will include (everything that matters) CO2 emissions, Climate predictions, Human Rights to Death, Abortion and Euthanasia and would (over time) abolish all UK rights to the MAGNA CARTA (so called Common Law) would also be binned, as it would conflict with EU rulings.

    Basically IF Boris agrees ‘signs us up’ to ECHR for a ‘Northern Ireland ‘agreement without ditching the ECHR clauses — then we have LOST our entire UK and English independence, and forced to comply with ‘daft’ EU rulings on everything they can dream up as a ‘law’.

    That is how cancerous the SOROS regime ‘Open Society’ is in the US, EU and UK. Its a global network of hidden influence.

    The good news is that they have been found out at the EU and exposed.
    The European based ECLJ are charity lawyers who fight the creeping extent of SOROS in Europe by removing or exposing the corrupt judges. Its a start, but not the end. The video is in French but as English subtitles. Many of the ECHR rulings are unfortunately be used by our own civil-service and ‘gold plated’ into English law. Human Rights lawyers enabling illegal immigration into the UK is one such problem as EU regulations (ECHR rulings) are still in place. The EU want us to abide by them, even though we have left.

    A success in exposing the SORUS corruption. As yet no clean up for the BBC or other ‘Common Purpose’ bods on payrole. Details: https://tinyurl.com/EU-Court-EU-judges-exposed

    Petition: (English) if you want to fight corruption of the EU courts by SOROS ‘experts’.


    • digg says:

      There is no doubt that the BBC are signed up to Common Purpose. It is high time our government woke up and outlawed this despicable and evil bunch. If they don’t then the entire future of our Country and it’s future population lies in the balance.


  25. Nibor says:

    Mark Easton of the BBC keeps rattling on that other countries take in more immigrants than the UK .
    So what ? If Mark Easton’s neighbour took in vagrants does he have to ?


  26. digg says:

    OK so realising that people are getting bored with the virus, the global powers have decided to launch a new Mickey Mouse threat. Folks we now have the South African “super” virus, less than 50 cases so far but the profs in SA already know it’s super-duper deadly.(they must be really on the ball).

    This is now a farce and we really need heads to roll over this brazen attempt to manipulate the West which is what it really comes down to.

    Notice that it’s only Western Countries that are knee jerk reacting to these fairy tales!

    We are all being had!


    • Banania says:

      We have known for a long time that a super-scariant was on its way. Don’t be surprised if it is found to be dangerous to young people, because that it what is needed at the moment.


  27. Guest Who says:

    ITBB has now created a new post.


    Naga, Lewis and Mark Easton really are… unique.

    Weird thing is, the bbc has a lot more just like them.


  28. BigBrotherCorporation says:

    OT a little, can any kind person please tell me how I can check the history of edits to a BBC website article?

    I did know, but haven’t done it for a while and have forgotten how.


  29. digg says:

    It’s also time that people and this juvenile Government realised that the boats coming across the channel have a few children and women forced onto them as human shields, the truth is that is a way of getting the overwhelming passengers of young male Muslims into the Country protected from scrutiny.


  30. digg says:

    Listening to Question Time I get a strong impression that Boris is headed for a Churchillian exit. Great and lauded voice while the war (in this case COVID) was ongoing but out on his ear once it’s over so the faceless and cowardly feckless crew can come out from under the table and take over again.


  31. StewGreen says:

    Maxi, re your gotcha, as I commented under your comment
    my words came from me cutting down the BBC paragraph to paraphrase it
    That is why it contained phrase I regard as incorrect.

    (I gave more detail there)


    • taffman says:

      Why do you bother posting here ?
      Have you paid your telly tax yet ?

      Your efforts to beat the boys on this site are alike to ‘A one-legged man trying to win an @rse kicking contest’.
      Give up !


  32. taffman says:

    “Channel migrants: PM calls on France to take back people who make crossing”
    Peppa Pig needs to understand that it aint going to happen.
    The French know Its all bluff and bluster. They do not want them back.


  33. Zephir says:

    Is it any wonder they’ll risk their lives to get here? Migrants can expect £40 a week cash, free mobiles, four-star hotels and lawyers to help their asylum applications

    The horrific disaster in the Channel has raised stark and difficult questions about why migrants are so desperate to reach Britain.

    Almost 26,000 are known to have made the hugely dangerous journey so far this year – though the true number may be higher.

    But just days before this week’s tragedy, a startling statistic had emerged.

    Junior minister Tom Pursglove was asked by home affairs committee chairman Yvette Cooper how many of these thousands of people had been returned to the Continent this year.

    ‘Five,’ came Mr Pursglove’s revealingly meek reply.



    • G says:


      And when all else fails, they have the ECHR Soros funded court decisions to fall back on.
      As long as Billy Bunter continues his wish that the UK should rejoin the EU, there will be no effort to remove the country from the stranglehold of the ECHR.
      It is a pre-requisite of the EU that all member countries shall also be members of the ECHR. On that basis alone the UK will not withdraw from the ECHR during this interim period before the communists take us back in.


    • Banania says:

      A police worth its salt would have no trouble intercepting the lorries carrying the boats before they reach the launching places.


  34. taffman says:

    “Coronavirus variant fear sparks Africa travel curbs”

    How is Peppa Pig going to stop the “variant” coming across the Channel in dinghies?


  35. Fedup2 says:

    Taffman – as I write the passengers on the 0625 from jo burg to Heathrow should be in’ arrivals ‘. But on a day when there is a bit of a tube strike they might not be spreading too quick .

    I wonder if they escape quarantine


  36. taffman says:

    “Channel migrants: PM calls on France to take back people who make crossing”

    It ain’t going to happen.
    Since leaving the EU they are dumping Merkel’s mistakes on us as a punishment.

    Who is paying the smugglers? Follow the money.


  37. taffman says:

    Breaking news not on Al Beeb yet ?
    Blair has gone anti-Woke!
    He must know now that the Labour Party have gone down the wrong route .


    • Guest Who says:

      Luckily Magic Gramp is taking over the Mrs. Balls role.

      My contribution in Parliament today in response to the Home Secretary’s statement 👇

      “Those asylum seekers are desperate people, trying to survive in this world. Pushing them back is not a solution – it is brutality.”

      He has a dedicated audience of around 200. And 20,000 bbc staff.


      • Zephir says:

        They know all about brutality in the Middle East, as do those arriving on our shores pretending to be children

        The children of Rotherham and Hull know all about brutality and so do the many victims of stabbings and bombs


  38. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    Why do migrants leave France and try to cross the English Channel?

    “They have a connection to the UK, they speak some English, they have family, they have friends.”


    Bit like the lads the RN picked up in the Med?

    Lucky Manchester youth.


    • Nibor says:

      I have friends in the USA , I’ve got family and connections there and I speak the language, but I don’t expect that I’d be welcome to break into their country.


      • Zephir says:

        It is why Mexico is so far down the Olympic medal table

        Anyone who can run, jump or swim is in the USA


    • StewGreen says:

      @GuestWho is it new that BBC article ?
      “Why do migrants leave France and try to cross the English Channel?”

      Timestamp “2021-11-25T15:35:46”

      Let check the Archive
      “Saved 46 times between August 7, 2020 and November 25, 2021.”

      Original page
      “Why are migrants crossing the English Channel?
      By Dominic Casciani Home affairs correspondent”

      Page comparison OLD and new

      The new page does load , but it has a code setting it to auto reload to a blank page
      You can stop this by tapping Escape before it reloads

      The BBC has tweeted the page a fe times in the past and about 6 times today


      • StewGreen says:

        Which BBC accounted promoted that campaign page ?
        – BBC Question Time
        – @BBCWorld x 2
        – @BBCNews x 4 including Oct 2020, Aug 7, 2020
        – @BBCEssex Aug 15, 2020
        – BBC Asian Network Aug 12, 2020
        – David Gregory-Kumar @BBCMTD


        • MarkyMark says:


          his project will provide a therapy service to young people who are from a refugee, asylum-seeker or vulnerable migrant background. Children and young people will improve engagement with education and peers, and have improved emotional well-being.

          Funding: £85,713.00
          Category: Counselling
          Location: Oxford
          Region: South East England


  39. Guest Who says:

    BBC sources who say.


  40. Zephir says:

    The difference between the left and the right:

    Maxi is allowed a voice, anyone commenting and arguing on one of “their” forums would be cancelled and / or receive massive abuse

    and however he responds with his cut and paste, he has not ever experienced the level of abuse here the those of his ilk are wont to delivder mob handed to so many before they are quickly and conveniently cancelled


  41. Guest Who says:

    Vile is setting things up again.


    • Charlie Farley says:

      Simple answer……Its the EU BBC Making it worse .
      BBBC don’t have to report on Africa anymore as its coming here every day and we should all be grateful…..This was once Great Britain….all those Thousands that gave Their Lives to stop us being INVADED……Perhaps we should have let the Germans in after all ! !


    • MarkyMark says:

      Jeremy Vine to give up one of his 20 homes to house them.


  42. AsISeeIt says:

    Speculative, needs must edition

    BBC: ‘Coronavirus variant fear sparks Africa travel curbs

    Not for those crossing the Channel it don’t.

    Times: ‘Varient halts travel to Africa

    Ah, I see. Travel to Africa, not travel from Africa, or wherever.

    Anyway, I’m sure others hereabouts have the migrant issue well covered – like an emergency paramedic foil blanket over an accident victim.

    Daily Express: ‘UK troops to patrol French beaches‘ – as a good Tudor historian, such as David Starkey, could tell you, the last time England administered Calais was way back in 1558.

    And as any WW2 historian could tell you, the last time British troops hit the French beaches was 1944.

    That great corporate industrial magnate Henry Ford might, however, dismiss history as “more or less bunk” and the otherwise atheistic denisons of Aldous Huxley’s distopian Brave New World tended to replace the word Lord – as in the expression Good Lord! or Year of Our Lord, with the blaphemous word Ford. Make of all that what you will.

    Mutant bug travel ban‘ says the Sun, – just me or would others with an imagination suddenly sense that most familiar sci-fi theme from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop? Ironically, this headline is juxtaposed beside a pic of that swarthy badly Sajid Javid exhibiting his typical fixed inhuman grim half-grin, looking the absolute rubber spitting image of a Doctor Who alien Sontaran – a race of belligerent and militaristic clones from the planet Sontar. Thank you, Tardis Wiki.

    So, what’s in the news?

    Madonna gets stuck under a bed‘ (Daily Star) my memory of the pop princess of the 1980s has always been entangled somewhat with that legendary talent scout’s pithy summation of Fred Astaire: “Can’t act, can’t sing, can dance a little.

    Disco beats, lavish MTV-styled music video productions and lashings of PR came to Madge’s rescue back in the day.

    What’s the old girl done now?

    Star sends internet into meltdown after she seemingly goes looking for lost pair of reading spectacles‘ – how funny, that’s just what happened to my great aunt Phylis – not the internet meltdown bit.

    The Daily Satyr report goes on: ‘Nothing says iconic global superstar better than a selfie of your 63-year-old jacksie sticking out from under your bed

    What are the logistics of taking a selfie bum shot?

    Pandemics, Climate Disaster, supply chain disruption, medical martial law… meanwhile The Sun spots a crisis on the horizon this reader or even our crisis-obsessed Labour Party hadn’t as yet envisaged: ‘I’m a Celeb in crisis‘ – if Madonna still ranks as iconic global superstar then this lot are almost C-list: ‘Richard out, Arlene and Naughty Boy on brink‘ – that’ll be Richard Madeley, 65, (retired hurt – as they say in cricket), Dame Arlene Phillips, 78 (on painkillers – she’s a judge off Strictly, in case you were wondering) and young blood DJ Naughty Boy, 36 (sought couselling over his mum’s health)

    A source said: “They can’t afford to lose any more big names”‘ – oh, how we laughed. For more on our sense of humour, see later.

    Looking at things in retrospect… How did rock n roll go so very geriatic?

    ‘”Get back” A film that puts the Beatles back where they belong‘ (Telegraph) – When I’m 64 is now a reflective a plea for lost youth.

    Robert Plant + Alison Kraus‘ (‘i’) – 73 & a mere 50-year old whippersnapper.

    Shhhhhush, you’ll scare grandad: ‘Assisted dying a step closer in Jersey‘ (‘i’) – who would have thought Brave New World would be pioneered in the Channel Islands of all places? Shush, like a good Tory, I was trying to circumvent all mention of the Channel.

    The ‘i’ newspaper makes me laugh as this most coronaphobic of titles at a time when they’d have us plebs all safely masked and padlocked indoors (like an Isis bride), bravely ventures to publish a travel special report: ‘Fear and hidden treasure in the former Isis capital‘ – and for some reason the acronym standing for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria or ISIS has been sadly reduced to the state of having lost no less than three of its capitals – the S,I & S.

    Risking confusion with the ancient Greek goddess of healing and magic and the Oxford reserve team in the University Boat Race.

    I wonder whether Islamic Jihadist publications reduce their enemies to Uk and Usa? Mind you Arabic is written right to left, so that could be a factor.

    Nomenclature… or Nomenklatura as the Soviets used to say…

    NHS urged to scrap the term BAME‘ (Telegraph) – good old NHS, always concentrated on our improving our health. No more BAME, eh? And yet we’re all now supposed to wholeheartedly subscribe to: ‘Black Friday Speical‘ (Daily Mirror)

    Official: Cats are psychos‘ (Daily Star)

    And finally: ‘“Right-wingers have a better sense of humour than the Left“‘ (Telegraph) – needs must, I suppose.


  43. Fedup2 says:

    Today watch

    I wonderful piece of dinner party chat between the bee lady and ‘lucy’ who went exploring in a bit of unmapped amazonia .

    Isnt that fab ? And so colonial ! Yummy


    • Fedup2 says:

      Nut nuts ‘ home secretary was meant to be meeting the french on sunday .

      The. Nut nut issued something on twitter last night which upset the french so much that theyve excluded the Home Secretary

      English politicians always describe the French as ‘ friends ‘ but then politicians lie dont they ?


  44. Doublethinker says:

    The power of Nigel Farage is shown by the fact that Lord Blunkett says that any attempt by either Labour or Conservatives to make it easier for migrants to enter the UK and claim asylum will put Nigel in No 10. Well we can all hope that this is how things turn out and that when he has the reins of power Nigel is able to put in place some proper centre right policies.
    We know that he would do his very considerable best but would the blob be able to thwart him? Unfortunately I suspect that it would. There are thousands of blobists in positionsof power, civil servants, media liars, charity bosses , local government officials and crucially the police and judges. There only a few hundred Nigel Farage MPs. The odds are heavily in the blob’s favour, they can fight a long drawn out battle of attrition and create chaos in all sorts of ways , as we see them doing on Brexit even now after five years, knowing allthe while that they get a chance to unseat Nigel after five years.
    The only thing which can break blob rule is massive sustained organised opposition to them by the silent majority. This might give Nigel the edge in what will be a prolonged struggle for power between the people and the unelected undemocratic blob.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Double – yes I heard that far left thug take an out of context swipe at Mr Farage . Mr Farage really does strike fear and hate into socialists – the truth hurts eh Mr Blunkett ?


      • Doublethinker says:

        By socialists I assume that you include many of the current cabinet and most certainly the Prime Minister. The top Tories and all other members of Labour, SNP , Lib Dem’s are global socialists to one degree or another. Add the blobists to that lot and there is a hugely powerful force hell bent on filling our country with aliens who will bring us to our knees unless the silent non Woke majority fight back by any means available.
        I seriously think that Defund the BBC must be supported by this silent majority and so destroy the jewel in the crown of Woke propaganda. It would show that if the people are organised they have the power to defeat the blobists.


    • MarkyMark says:

      In an interview recorded a month ago for a BBC Radio Sheffield profile, Mr Blunkett admitted: “I fell in love with someone and they wouldn’t go public and things started to go very badly wrong in the summer, and then the News of the World picked up the story.”

      It was part of a brief mention of the home secretary’s clandestine affair with Kimberly Quinn, American publisher of the Spectator magazine, at the end of a 45-minute interview about his enthusiasm for poetry, Sheffield and walking in the Derbyshire countryside.

      Without mentioning his estranged lover by name Mr Blunkett added: “I tried for three years to make something work. I haven’t spoken about it and I don’t intend to. And even in the biography that’s being written about me I’ve ensured that there’s as little as possible.”

      The interview, broadcast locally yesterday, kept the issue in the news as Labour MPs and ministers privately pondered their colleague’s prospects when two official reports into alleged misuses of his official perks are published.


      • AsISeeIt says:

        Blunkett: no UK immigration limit

        David Blunkett has said there is “no obvious limit” to the number of immigrants who could settle in Britain last night, but added that there needs to be a “balance” between “different forms of entry, migration and residency”.

        The home secretary’s comments came in a television interview following a speech in which he celebrated the contribution immigrants make to the British economy.

        [Guardian, November 2003]


        • StewGreen says:

          I don’t understand all this hostility and insinuation towards Blunkett.
          I thought I wrote I heard talking tough on illegals last week or week before.

          Has he also talked soft ?

          He gave his girlfriend the same train tickets other MPs gave to their wives.
          FFS he is blind
          It’s good he travels with a sighted person.


          • MarkyMark says:

            He is no more or less a rotten MP – his blindness gives him an excuse to be treated differently, yet he would want to be an equal.

            Disability TRUMPS Ability. Now all Amir Ali Majid’s 20 years of cases and immigration cases need to be reviewed … Blind immigration judge ‘had no idea of the law or his own powers’ says panel after 12 out of 13 appeals against his rulings succeed

            “Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association chairman Adrien Berry said: ‘It is hard to see how he first passed the judicial exams and then why it has taken so long for his lack of knowledge to be exposed.”

            When you give people special privilege above the law, you get no law and 1400 raped and tortured children over 16 years … ‘In August 2014 the Jay report concluded that at least 1,400 children, most of them white girls aged 11–15, had been sexually abused in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013 by predominantly British-Pakistani men.’


          • Fedup2 says:

            You are quite right – blind Marxists should be able to say and do whatever they want … and corruption in office – forget it …


        • Banania says:

          What proportion of immigrants, especially in moslem areas, are on benefits? We should be discriminating about whom we let in.


    • MarkyMark says:

      He’s accused of using his influence to fast-track a visa for the nanny of a former lover, a charge he denies.

      Blunkett admitted to giving first-class rail tickets intended for MPs’ spouses to his former lover, the married American publisher Kimberly Quinn.


      • Banania says:

        You are on the wrong track here. Blunkett is socialist, so he can’t have been doing anything wrong.


  45. taffman says:

    France scraps UK talks over Johnson migrants letter
    They don’t want them back.
    They just want our fish.


  46. Zephir says:

    The media lie of refugees as victims (wherever muslims outnumber other people they will attack, rape, kill and abuse them)
    Christians are constantly attacked in the migrant camps in Europe and elsewhere, attacked for their religious beliefs by those very same claiming to be victims, by racist intolerant muslims playing victim again.

    Christian convert in French refugee camp told: ‘We will kill you’


    Hundreds of Christian refugees sexually abused and beaten by Muslims in German camps
    HUNDREDS of Christian refugees have been sexually abused and beaten by Muslims in migrant camps in Germany, a shock new report reveals. (2016)


    Christians are abducted, beaten and ‘forced to convert to Islam’ at refugee camp for predominantly Muslim Rohingya in Bangladesh

    Dozens of men attacked families, smashed up their homes and looted property
    Christian pastor and his 14-year-old daughter have been abducted from camp
    Wife fears her husband is dead and teenage daughter forced into marriage


    The persecuted turn persecutor as Rohingya Christians are violently attacked within refugee camps in Bangladesh



  47. Zephir says:

    “A Kurdish church leader smuggled to Britain says he received death threats – for having left Islam for Christianity – while living in makeshift camps in northern France.

    The church leader, who did not wish to be identified, spent nine months living in camps outside the French cities of Calais and Dunkirk. He told World Watch Monitor that Kurdish Muslims in both camps antagonised him.

    “In Calais, the smugglers [saw] my cross [round my neck], and said: ‘You are Kurdish and you are a Christian? Shame on you,’” he recalled. “I said, ‘Why? I’m in Europe, I’m free, I’m in a free country.’ They said, ‘No, you are not free, you are in the Jungle. The Jungle has Kurdish rule here – leave this camp.’ The smugglers were from inside the camp, and were Kurdish. They said to me, ‘We will tell the Algerians and Moroccans to kill you.’”

    The church leader, who taught art in his home in Iraqi Kurdistan, as well as helping to lead a church there, said he received further threats in the camp outside Dunkirk. “They [set] fire [to] my tent,” he said.

    He said he moved from the so-called “Jungle” camp in Calais to the Grande-Synthe camp near Dunkirk after one of the people-smugglers told him, “You’re a Kurdish pastor? I’ve heard about you.”


    • G says:


      The idiosyncrasies and traits of every nationality are being demanded by them to be accepted by the rest of the World above all else. There’s not the room at the top of the pile let alone, enough money to support their efforts in achieving superiority.


  48. MarkyMark says:

    Funny how the spectator quickly polishes over the Blunkett affair …. “Kimberly Quinn, Mr Blunkett’s former lover, is the magazine’s publisher”

    Clearly, The Spectator has an interest to declare in the Blunkett affair. As is well known, Kimberly Quinn, Mr Blunkett’s former lover, is the magazine’s publisher. But we are confident that most impartial observers would agree with us that the Home Secretary’s alleged misuses of his position amount to little. There is no suggestion that Leoncia Casalme, Mrs Quinn’s Filipina nanny, was an improper person to enter the country; the issue is whether, with a little help from Mr Blunkett with her paperwork, she was able to achieve permanent residency in Britain a little sooner than she would otherwise have been able to do. As for Mr Blunkett’s use of the rail warrant — which he has admitted was wrong, and the cost of which he has already repaid — his offence was to stretch the rules governing one of many absurdly generous MPs’ perks. According to the rules, MPs are entitled to confer free rail tickets upon spouses, partners and homosexual lovers. It is clear that Mr Blunkett did count Mrs Quinn as his partner; the complication is that in being a married woman she officially counted as someone else’s partner.



  49. Thoughtful says:

    I think what people don’t realise about Macron is how he came to be in power.
    After the shocks of Trump being elected over Clinton and Brexit, the elites realised that the democratic process could no longer be relied on to produce the results they wanted. They saw the likelihood of Marine Le Penn being elected in France and the moved in a complete unknown in a panic in order to stop her, the result was the election of Macron.

    Since the elites decided who was going to rule us there have been more allegations of rigged elections, hardly a surprise given the evidence that they are being.


  50. MarkyMark says:

    All cultures are equal …

    U.S. officials are looking into reports that in the frantic evacuation of desperate Afghans from Kabul, older men were admitted together with young girls they claimed as ‘brides’ or otherwise sexually abused.