Weekend 15 January 2022

A reminder that the Peter Bone MP Bill to end the TVLcence and make the BBC subscription only – has been put over to next Friday the 21st of January . It is a long war .

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339 Responses to Weekend 15 January 2022

  1. Guest Who says:

    Entire bbc editorial guidelines team in counselling.


  2. Guest Who says:

    Blob circles wagons.


  3. Guest Who says:

    Toenails left on it?


  4. StewGreen says:

    Local newspaper : Body Found in Humber
    ..It takes them most of a column to say “fears of another *tragic fall* from the Humber Bridge”

    … They mean the Humber Bridge which was closed to walkers, all last April after 6 people committed suicide in March.
    They are supposed to now have a team monitoring the anti-jumper cameras.


    Meanwhile NHS failed to save a 28 yo woman
    after 8 months she went into premature labour. Still birth and then she had a stroke.
    2 months later while shopping she had another stroke.
    When they turned off life support, she never came around.

    Two local care homes put in in special measures.


    Local supermarket put up big signs headed “Helping Humberside”
    .. a hated county name that ended 40 years ago


    • Guest Who says:

      Anti jumper cameras?

      And the time between decision and act?

      Would not a fence be cheaper… and more effective?

      I recall the Empire State had one, but I did wonder about folk dropping stuff like coins.


      • StewGreen says:

        People tend to walk the 1 mile to the middle of the bridge and then loiter as the pick a spot to jump
        So yes there is time for the camera team to spot them and get to them most of the time.

        The bridge is very vulnerable to side winds, that’s why the fence is only 4 foot high.

        Sometimes you can drive across the bridge to go to hospital, but then 2 hours later , the bridge is closed due to high winds.


  5. Guest Who says:

    C’mon… this has to win today.

    Better yet all the humourless tools in W1A posting Cameron and May images as a counter.


  6. Guest Who says:

    What is funnier, the bbc getting its own #accusedof or the epic self serve by calling it ‘context’?



  7. StewGreen says:

    Covid: I just looked at the deaths by actual day graph
    and there is a chance that Tue/Wed/Thu eventual tallies may not reach the 230 of previous days
    So we may reached peak deaths already.

    It should be big news that neither cases, nor deaths went exponential this year
    unlike last year.


  8. Guest Who says:

    I’d ask Marianna to check, but, well….

    Oh, she’s… offline.

    Investigating no doubt.


  9. Richard Pinder says:

    “The Ministry of Truth” or how the BBC globally co-ordinates propaganda and censorship using the Orwellian “Trusted News Initiative”: https://odysee.com/@Robert-Self:a0/What-is-the-Trusted-News-Initiative:4

    Americans are very angry about the BBC. The BBC’s trusted news initiative has functionally morphed into Orwell’s predicted “Ministry of Truth”: https://wentworthreport.com/2021/12/27/the-trusted-news-initiative-is-the-bureaucracys-orwellian-response-to-the-fake-news-meme/

    This BBC initiative is the most intrinsically anti-science global organisation ever implemented in the history of modern man. The closest historical approximation to this monstrosity is the Catholic Church during the Spanish inquisition.

    Effectively, the BBC is guilty of mass murder, by suppressing mention of early treatments like Ivermectin and the steroids that asthmatics use to avoid needing a ventilator. Suppressing any mention of the tens of thousands of people throughout the world who have died from Vaccine injuries, mostly from myocarditis. Suppressing any mention of the future problems that could be caused by accumulations of spike protein from each booster, when it takes over a year for spike proteins from the vaccine to dissipate from the body.

    The government admitted to actively using fear https://peopleslockdowninquiry.co.uk/articles/the-governments-lockdown-campaign-of-fear/ and ‘Mass Formation Hypnosis’ https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/mass-formation-deployed-on-you-after to brainwash the public using the BBC and other mainstream media outlets.


  10. Guest Who says:

    Toenails seems really keen on the aspiring next socialist mayor of Manchester.

    Like, really keen.



  11. Guest Who says:

    Remember context… bbc context?



  12. Thoughtful says:



  13. tomo says:

    USA’s answer to Radio 4?


  14. Up2snuff says:

    BBC WEB-SITE Watch #1 – of the five the most important is missing


    Five things you should know about Davies. None of which are 1. which Covid vaccine did he have prior to 17 December, if any? 2. when was he vaccinated, if he had been? 3. could he have caught Covid at the place of vaccination? Are there any other reported infections from there?

    The BBC, for a bunch of journalists, sure know how to not ask questions.

    Ask no questions but the BBC tell plenty of lies.


  15. StewGreen says:

    ITV’s Bump Boris campaign
    ITVPolitics have tweeted it 4 times
    And then 3 loc al ITV news progs have also tweeted it
    Highlighting their local 1 or 2 anti-Boris Conservatives

    Who knew tht Warsi was anti-Boris ?
    FFS she was never a Tory anyway the Tories lifted her off the streets and put her in the house of Lords, just so they could say they have a Tory Muslim political voice.


    • digg says:

      I hope they all realise that we have their names and will remember them come the elections!


  16. StewGreen says:

    Live : Brother of Convicted Jihadi Terrorist Takes Hostages at Texas Synagogue
    The gunman holding hostages at a #Colleyville synagogue is reportedly demanding the release of his sister, Aaifia Siddiqui, from a Texas prison.

    If indeed the hostage-taker referred to her as his “sister”, that may have been an expression of ideological kinship rather than blood-relation.


    • Thoughtful says:

      And the British NUJ controlled media report “a Texas Man” and no doubt he will be a ‘lone wolf’ or mentally ill, but his Muslim religion is not mentioned.


    • digg says:

      As we see more and more scores settled at face to face family to family level in the Asian community including murder, a practice imported from and accepted in their Countries of origin, it is obvious that this Country and the US is becoming infected with this tendency to have another “honour” level of law and punishment outside the proscribed National one with various brothers and cousins acting as judge, jury and executioner.

      No doubt our legal and police officials and betters will decide that it is not something they can interfere with for reasons of cohesion and diversity.

      Personally I think as long as they keep it in the family, they can just get on with it!


    • StewGreen says:

      Gettr : The Islamic terrorist who is holding Jews hostage inside a Texas synagogue just said he has a bomb inside the synagogue and other locations in Texas and is threatening to detonate them.

      He’s inside the synagogue ranting about “Palestine”.


  17. StewGreen says:

    GBnews is highlighting “A murder investigation has been launched after a woman was found dead and a man left with life threatening injuries at a house in Langwith Junction, Derbyshire”
    There are no other details
    so i don’t know why they picked this to highlight.


  18. Lefty Wright says:

    If even half of the claims made in this book are true then the West is in deep psychological trouble.


  19. digg says:

    Like those guests who never know when it’s time to say goodnight and go, The Guardian and The Independent are still chewing on the dry bone that is partygate….

    However the BBC seem to have decided to drop it. It has vanished from their home page,

    This seems suspicious, have they been given an ultimatum?

    Or maybe they have realised that the game is up and the population are waking up to their machinations?


    • StewGreen says:

      Nope just checked : 6 inches down from the top of the screen
      There is a special bar “Downing Street parties row” with 5 stories


  20. tomo says:

    Hey, weekend Beeboid peeps you’ve the headline arse backwards

    Australia: The twists and turns of their Novak Djokovic mess

    – you’re welcome



  21. StewGreen says:

    October Mail story I missed
    – A group analysed tweets from BBC journalists, including Lewis Goodall, the Policy Editor on Newsnight
    – In the first week of October they had looked at 236 tweets of Goodall’s
    – It said 41 were critical of the Conservatives and only three of Labour



  22. StewGreen says:

    22 November 1 min clip from David Vance
    You have to click the bottom left speaker icon to get sound to switch on

    Here’s a 39 minute video from a few days ago


  23. tomo says:

    I wonder if the BBC will pick up on this from their mates at King’s Place?

    I was wondering why YouTube was suggesting “DIY thermobaric bombs”….


    • tomo says:

      I’m getting anti-Tory Amnesty “Kill the Bill” paid for adverts…



    • theisland says:

      What an absurd article.
      Is Joe Public meant to believe that ‘counter-terrorism officers’ from the Home Office and other government departments are actually investigating people who question the wisdom of Whitty et al. rather than monitoring the thousands of individuals of alien persuasion who are on the terror watch lists?
      Unfortunately, it rings true.

      “It’s a growing concern and it is being monitored at the highest level,” said the Whitehall source. “No 10 is among those getting the reports direct: the PM is seeing them in his inbox. The consensus is that we didn’t win [the disinformation war] as cleanly as we need to do next time.”

      Next time?


    • digg says:

      Classic lefty spin. Target a group of people protesting against something they do not agree with and hey presto, they become instant terrorists.

      In lefty World a terrorist is anyone who they don’t agree with or like and therefore must be un-personned!

      What they fail to see is that in fact they are the main driving force behind the rise of protestors via their intolerance and inability to see both sides in any spat!


  24. Scroblene says:

    I suppose it’s a start…


    But surely decriminalising non-payment of the TV tax should be included in all this!

    And five years before anything happens is quite a long time, especially if Labour take over and want the BBC back, as they probably will!

    But, it’s a start…


    • Right Angle says:

      [Oh Scroblene, how could you? You beat me to it!]

      The Mail on Sunday claims an exclusive:


      Sadly, the licence fee isn’t disappearing overnight. However:

      “The BBC was last night on the brink of a war with the Government after Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries hit the Corporation with a two-year licence fee freeze – as her allies warned that ‘the days of state-run television are over’.
      Tense negotiations between the Government and the BBC over the cost of the annual fee until the end of 2027 have concluded, with Ms Dorries deciding to hold the licence at £159 for the next two years.
      Officials calculate that – due to inflation currently running at 5.1 per cent – the Corporation will have to find savings of more than £2 billion over the next six years.”

      There is also a related article:

      “The BBC is at the centre of a new impartiality row after Newsnight aired a video detailing Partygate allegations.
      Friday’s flagship political programme started with a video containing clips of breaking news stories spliced with angry quotes from opposition politicians and repeated calls for Boris Johnson to resign as Prime Minister.
      It was accompanied by a soundtrack akin to a horror film trailer. (Congratulate me — this is the first time I have done “bolding” in a Biased BBC post!)
      The clip lasted one minute and 54 seconds, but no more than 20 seconds were afforded to the Government and Prime Minister’s position.”

      And this is Peter Bone, writing about his bill in The Express:

      The actual headline reads:
      BBC was 5-1 in favour of Remain – how is that impartial broadcasting? PETER BONE

      He says:
      “It is time to abolish the TV License [that should have been “Licence” – probably left the auto-correct on] fee.”

      “The reality is that a state broadcaster is a relic of the past, more suited to the policies of communist Russia and China than modern Britain.”

      “Under Part 4 of the Communications Act, a licence is needed to watch or record live TV on any channel as well as to watch or stream programmes live on an online TV service. Why should someone who already pays monthly for their BT, Sky, Amazon and Netflix subscriptions have to fork out a further £157.50 a year, or face criminal prosecution, to fund a broadcaster whose services they never intend to use?

      To add insult to injury, many people switching to streaming or commercial services are doing so because they have fundamental misgivings about the impartiality and integrity of the BBC.

      Despite the majority voting for Brexit in 2016, a 2018 Civitas report on BBC output the following year revealed speaker ratios on the BBC, as high as 5:1, in favour of Remain. The first public purpose of the BBC Charter is “to provide impartial news”. When the corporation is manifestly failing in this task, viewers should have the option to switch off and to take their financial contributions with them.”

      Could the telly tax end this decade? It looks like there is hope!


      • taffman says:

        Cut the pussyfooting,The license fee should be abolished immediately not frozen. It robs from the poor to give to the rich !
        If it is so good, it should be funded by subscription and pay a tax like any private company?

        As an aside, does the outfit get funding from China or the EU?


      • Scroblene says:

        You state the case much better than me Righters, so thank you!


      • Doublethinker says:

        It is long past the time when a Tory government should have axed the Licence Fee. Even Lady Thatcher baulked at that particular jump .Boris ought to have made non payment a civil offence only and I’m sure a few million folk would have become refuseniks overnight and the BBC would be finished.
        Given the timidity of this and all other Tory government when trying to deal with the BBC I think that the time has come for civil disobedience, everyone who resents paying the corporation to be allowed to watch any linear tv should simply refuse to pay.
        One of my friends has not paid for the past five years and receives quarterly threatening letters and has had two visits from the enforcement squad, the last one being two years ago but so far no court action. I haven’t paid the LF for close on two years , plenty of letters but no visit.
        In these times when the strength of your feelings and conviction matters more than what the law actually says , eg the Colson Four , I believe that our cause is just and we should figuratively man the barricades.


  25. taffman says:

    “Novak Djokovic: Tennis star to be deported after losing Australia visa appeal”
    It’s a distraction!
    What about the 28000 that came into this country illegally and are still arriving ?


    • Scroblene says:

      Seems like Charlie’s and Naga’s comment aren’t all that flattering either, Taff!

      What is it about the beeboids – especially lightweights – always thinking that normal citizens like to admire over-paid ‘sports’ names?

      I for one couldn’t give a toss, expect where my TV tax pays for the blighters to swan around thinking they’re important!


  26. Fedup2 says:

    The spin being put on this so called’ TVL freeze ‘ is interesting –
    It says the government is starting a war with the BBC – when in fact the BBC has been at war with the government and its policies ( eg brexit ) for years and years

    It says a freeze in TVL fees imposes a budget cut on the BBC because of inflation – upto £2 billion. Well where does that come from ? If the BBC gets £3.5 billion from taxpayers via the TVL how does that £2 billion compute ?

    On the upside the cost of producing programmes is rapidly increasing ( I understand ) because with Netflix – Amazon – apple and Disney in the market production costs are increasing – which with a bit of luck will damage the BBC even more .

    What will happen now ?

    Well maybe Peter Bones ‘ bill might get a bit of attention – or just killed off

    The BBC will pretend to be cuddly ‘auntie’ and claim that it will cut programming and stations as usual …. And That This Can’t Happen .

    But then again – the BBC bitches loudly about the ‘cost of living increases ‘ so how can it complain about having to tighten its ‘belt ?

    I still find it unsettling that much of BBC income is shrouded in secrecy – Namely the commercial arm which hides behind contract confidentiality . This is wrong .

    Lastly I think the BBC should welcome a global subscription service. After all – hundreds of millions of potential customers – fully enthused for all that BBC stuff which they cannot currently get – will be able to subscribe and make the BBC a super rich global player …. Right ?

    ( or maybe we’d find out that it produces so much crap people won’t bother )…


    • Thoughtful says:

      The only way they can get to a realistic 2 billion figure is if they use inflation at 5% over two years, which comes to £23.85 compounded and then also factor in the figure they wanted for an increase, which probably tells you that these BBC execs are living on a different planet to the rest of us.


  27. Zephir says:

    So, we can look forward to endless toilet humour, innuendo laden episodes of “Mrs Browns Boy” rather than “Mrs Browns Boys”

    Oh great


    • Guest Who says:

      What will not be featured…


      • Guest Who says:

        Also not news…


      • Fedup2 says:

        Curious that comrade Gardiner – for so long the ‘go to ‘ labour MP for the BBC on TV – has been let off the hook so easily . No BBC reporter in his constituency asking voters what they think of having a traitor as an MP – no comments by colleagues condemning him for taking a huge amount of Chinese money
        Can anyone explain this I’d be grateful – or did he really work for the MI5 ?


  28. Fedup2 says:

    Shall we play the BBC biased news game ?

    It trumpets that 34 Tory MPs have submitted ‘no confidence ‘ letters on nut nut meaning ( spin) that nut nut is close to the edge – nonsense because a minimum of 54 are needed ….

    Next a better one – a synagogue in Texas where an unknown ‘hostage taker ‘ is dead and the hostages freed . The terrorist is – according to the BBC – unknown . Motive isn’t mentioned .
    Yet other media says the terrorist demanded the freedom of

    ‘Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist suspected of having ties to al-Qaida”,… who is currently banged up .

    This is classic BBC bias – anything to protect Muslims and their terrorist wing by suppressing the truth .

    You too can play this sick game of ‘bias’….

    BTW – the BBC must be desperate for more party stuff – and if they could get ms Dorrie – so much the better …


    • Guest Who says:

      Maybe the bbc could campai… ‘report’ in an advocacy manner PR activist protests for her to be flown here to help all the other neuroscientists arriving by RIB to help helpless pensioners of ovary with their gender issues?

      Unless prevented leaving by other activists, in an ironic move.

      Though protestors on planes as a transport mode would be a real homage to Pakistani trains.

      Maybe AOC will glue herself on a DC-10? Be a shame if slipstream issues took a toll.


  29. Zephir says:

    I think I know now why the bbc, Starmer and Raynor are so angry about “partygate”

    They have realise that the Tories can organise 6 secret piss ups during lockdown in the most monitored street in the country

    yet they and their team can’t even organise a piss up in a brewery


    • Thoughtful says:

      The answer is that the civil service organised them NOT the Tories as has been reported.


  30. pugnazious says:

    LOL….any bets the BBC are frantically digging through Nadine’s old Twitter posts or trying to find if she attended any of the ‘Partygate’ orgies of sin. No question mark needed.


  31. pugnazious says:

    Complete mystery why a man who asks for the release of ‘Lady Al Qaeda’ should attack a synagogue.

    Absolute mystery….perhaps another ‘Senseless tragedy’ scenario.

    Probably far-right nazi militias….or a person who was the victim of far-right conspiracies and reacted as a result in the way he/she/it did….much as we’re told by the BBC, the Cologne sex attackers only did so because they were led to believe, by the Far-Right, that it was a tradition in Germany to do that….presumably the same in Italy recently or in Rochdale and Rotherham and any other town you care to mention it seems.

    ‘‘There are conspiracy theories in the air that the New Year’s Eve attackers were encouraged to make sexual approaches to German women, told that it was the normal thing to do on New Year’s Eve. If true, they may have fallen into a well-laid trap.’’ The BBC’s Hugh Sykes.

    And remember Justin Webb proclaiming that the Boston bomber must be a white supremacist….apparently ‘all the evidence suggested’…there was none.


  32. AsISeeIt says:

    Just for a bit of light relief let’s kick off with a Sunday football report – of course there was a time, not so very long ago, when the term Sunday football evoked notions of ordinary chaps playing at keeping fit by kicking a ball, to the best of their doubtful ability, around a muddy pitch probably marked out on a slope, for the dubious honour of their local pub team in some obscure regional Sunday league – you know the joke – jumpers for goalposts… that was before the advent of the likes of sedentary Playstations and the wholesale asset-stripping cultural buyout represented by our international-oriented corporate Premier League.

    Where were we? Ah yes, Sunday football report – or rather there’s no need to look away now – here’s a report telling us the big game has been called off: ‘Tottenham vs Arsenal: North London derby postponed after Gunners’ request, leaving Spurs ‘extremely surprised’… Gunners have a host of players missing with Covid, injury, suspension and AFCON‘ (Sky News) – gosh, a major covid outbreak – a veritable host – among the fit young athletes in the Arsenal squad? Quick, sound the alarm, turn the Emirates stadium into a temporary Nightingale!

    The devil is always in the detail… ‘Emile Smith Rowe and Takehiro Tomiyasu had been ruled out through injury… with Bukayo Saka also taking a knock, while Granit Xhaka’s… red card would have ruled him out of the Tottenham game. Meanwhile, Thomas Partey, Mohamed Elneny, Nicolas Pepe and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are all away at the Africa Cup of Nations… Folarin Balogun and Ainsley Maitland-Niles have gone on loan‘ – so… are they not missing anyone at all, due to the covid then?

    midfielder Martin Odegaard missed Thursday’s goalless Carabao Cup semi-final first-leg draw at Liverpool due to Covid‘ – “due” to the covid or “with” covid, we speculate – just the one named player with the koof, apparently. Even though the covid tops the list of casualties in the media reports.

    The commonest single excuse for non-attendence at the North London derby would tend to be due to the Africaness of no less than four named Gunners.

    But not so much the team’s overall covidity? I’m perplexed – perhaps Arsenal just didn’t fancy the game?

    Seems the TV broadcasters – via their paid pundits – are a bit miffed.

    Speaking on Friday Night Football, [Gary] Neville said: “I honestly believe that all teams, not just in the Premier League but the EFL now, must be made to play their fixtures.

    Just a little bit of politics is inserted here by me: ‘Gary Neville joins Labour and considers move into politics. Some have speculated he may run to succeed Andy Burnham as mayor of Greater Manchester.‘ (Guardian) – I like the sense implied here that the move to join Labour is put prior to and separate from a considered move into politics – how very media a notion of balance that you can be a paid up member and supporter of a political party without being in politics as such.

    We return to the football with Sky

    Gary Neville has said the Premier League must force teams to fulfil their fixtures after Arsenal requested to postpone the derby, while Jamie Carragher believes clubs are taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic.’ – we’ve noted hereabouts that tendency to be rife in many institutions and organisations.

    Carragher said: “No other league in Europe is doing this, certainly not in those big leagues. Bayern Munich played a 16-year-old in their last game. Why can’t the young players be given an opportunity in these circumstances?‘ Quite.

    Or how about some of those top Arsenal ladies team we hear so much about, who seem to reckon their games is on a par with the chaps? Give the girls a first team start. Just for a bit of light relief.


    • pugnazious says:

      Any discussion of how many players, lots, who haven’t taken the vaccines? Odd how quiet the BBC is on this but Djokovic, white, is selfish, evil basta*d.

      I did hear a discussion a while back….very low key, no pointed accusations of immorality or selfishness and irresponsibility….a quick explanation that players see their bodies as their temples needed for work and so are very careful what they put in them….close discussion and move on.

      The BBC also very coy about the ethnicity of so many of the unvaccinated putting us all in ‘mortal danger’…..how different when the claim was Bames were disproportionately dying….killed by institutionally racist system that just didn’t care.


  33. taffman says:

    “Covid deaths are rising sharply in the UK, but an increasing proportion of these are actually due to something else, BBC analysis suggests.”
    “That’s because some people die with Covid rather than from it.”

    “die with Covid rather than from it.”
    Something we knew all along without the need of an analyst?


    • Cagna Guardia says:

      Indeed we did know this taffman. To put ONS numbers to it for 2020 – the height of the plague:
      72,000 died WITH Covid
      9,400 died WITH it without a report of underlying causes, of whom
      7,800 were over 65 years of age.
      And that’s with the financial encouragement of the Coronavirus Act to report deaths as Covid, especially in hospitals and “care” homes.


    • pugnazious says:

      I heard them say that on Today yesterday…deaths ‘rising sharply’….looking at the covid dashboard deaths have been going down for days now so wonder where the BBC gets its figures from.

      Today also tried to play down the ‘with covid’…..you’re not dying from cancer alone because if you didn’t have covid you wouldn’t be in such a bad position…..so you’re dying from covid!

      Apparently now ‘it’s very difficult to classify the cause of death….you may be in for something else and covid is not the primary driver but…..’

      Funny how when the figures are dropping the BBC suddenly finds that the figures can’t be relied upon and it’s all so ‘very difficult’. No such questions when Whitty, Vallance and Ferguson were pumping out the extreme, worst case, figures.

      The guy from the ONS that they had on, who seemed to be desperate to keep up the fear levels and insist the peril is still just as bad, told us..

      ‘Omicron is extremely deadly for the elderly and those with co-morbidity’

      Hmmmm…figures from South Africa suggest Omicron is far, far less of a threat across all age groups…and those with ‘co-morbidity’, underlying health conditions, well…the same…..clearly he was trying to maintain the aura of threat so that these groups must be protected and lockdowns still on the cards…he stated that lockdown should have been imposed this january. BBC happy with that.


  34. StewGreen says:

    Bottomline Boris already had Covid in March 2020.
    We take Covid precautions to stop Covid spreading
    People who have had Covid are in a different category to those who’ve never had it.

    If you are at a an event with someone that has had Covid in the last few months, you are extremely unlikely to catch Covid from them.


    • Thoughtful says:

      Not so. I’ve had the Delta and the Omicron variants, and despite the Israeli study saying I’m 27 times more immune than with the vaccine the government and the law refuse to recognise that fact.

      The Tory leftist media has begun an attack on the consultant who dares tell Sajid Jabbid the truth that he would be sacked alkong with at least another 1000 workers at a single hospital.

      The Tories cowardly useless and incompetent as they are, are prepared to trash the NHS over their single minded reliance on a vaccine which many do not require.

      To suggest that Boris is somehow ‘special’ because he had it, is as bad as saying the rules don’t apply to him, when the Tories ARE applying those rules to everyone else.


      • AsISeeIt says:

        I try not to get myself bogged down in the virological specifics – firstly I’m not a medic but more importantly even the supposed experts – even the actual medical ones – can’t ever seem to say anything consistently categorical about just about any aspect of the covid or the vaccines. Do we think, if they were honest, they would say they just don’t know?


  35. JohnC says:

    I experienced and excellent example of BBC world vs the real world yesterday.

    An item on the news on radio-2 was telling me how some organisation or other was racist because it didn’t have enough black people in it.

    Meanwhile, the first episode of the new Vera made a new record for how quickly I turned it off because it was racist. 4 minutes 27 seconds. It started with someone driving into a dockyard. The man operating the barrier was black. That’s a 1/100 chance in Newcastle.

    Then we see a car pull up on a road and someone leans out of the window with a camera. It’s a black woman. That’s a 1/10,000 chance for both.


    I’m sick of these shameless, racist double standards.


  36. Fedup2 says:

    Attenborough has said that we need to ban volcanoes – particularly the underwater ones which have been known knock out the Wi-Fi ( wife? Spell check ) as well as end life as we know it . There has obviously been more volcanic activity because of our pollution and something must be done ….

    More seriously do volcanoes cause global warming or viruses or both ? – and now the weather ‘it’s a north – south ‘ split …


  37. Fedup2 says:

    Someone called ‘sima kotecha’ which might be a very rude anagram – has twittered about all the stuff we get from the BBC ( channels ) – I think ms sima is a BBC employee but doesn’t declare it ( deceit ) but the comments are very ‘pro BBC’ – almost as though those who benefit from it want to to remain the biased parasite it is …


  38. Thoughtful says:

    An absolutely disgraceful statement today from the alleged PM Boris Johnson that he will now do something about the influx of invaders from France crossing in dinghys.

    Yet again we see the cowardice and expediency of a man who has not only ignored and marginalised conservatives, attacking them for being conservativew when ever the opportunity arose, now his cowardly back is against the wall and the Left are baying for blood, he turns to the conservatives in the hope of support.

    Well he’s done nothing about the migrant crisis for years, in fact he has actively intervened to stop Priti Patel from taking any action, but now he thinks it can save his ass if he does something.

    No Boris it won’t, you are absolutely ineffective and useless and you probably won’t do anything to stop our open borders from being abused. I will not vote Conservative again until they return to being conservative, and I would rather waste my vote on one of the marginal parties than endorse this far Left hopelessly Marxist party of incompetents.


    • Scroblene says:

      I don’t see why he can’t just clout the civil serpents where it hurts the most, and get some competent people making Conservative policies happen.

      Now the Beeboids are getting all hissy, it’s a good day to bury good news and sack the bloody lot of the serpents which infest the parties in Downing Street.

      Maybe plod could intervene, but I doubt it!

      There’s a caller on LBC, who is a copper named Lee. He rings up occasionally, and explains that there are hundreds of people who plonk around the Downing Street corridors, and Metplod don’t raise an eyebrow, probs because they just can’t be in so many places at once!

      Presumably the cull of staff in Downing Street will be only a few serpents, so the job will only be half-done I suspect! Bit like the rest of government at the moment.

      Still, some good news from Nadine at last, this’ll be a good week for once!


    • Thoughtful says:

      Not much point posting a link to a subscribe to view page where most won’t have any access.
      If there are some relevant point in the article you are going to have to copy and paste them, otherwise posting that has little point to it.


  39. Foscari says:

    Hush Hush, say no more, say no more. There has been a
    serious hostage taking terrorist incident in a Texas
    synagogue I believe that the ” unusual suspect” has been shot
    dead by the police. It has been said that that he is BRITISH.
    So really I should of said usual suspect. Don’t expect the BBC
    to report too much about it . It may offend some folk. For whom
    the BBC don’t like offending. I wonder if Mehdi Hassan.
    was correct with his “anti-Semitism is the Muslims dirty
    little secret.” And all the BBC is trying to do is to help keep the status quo.


  40. Fedup2 says:

    ‘Serbs declare war on australia – archduke slain – russia mobilising ‘ false news except the bit about the russians — although the serb nationalist sound pretty nasty – very SNP…


    • Foscari says:

      Fedup-I don’t know if you have read any of Graham Hurley’s
      faction Second World War novels? In fact more fiction than fact
      but terribly good reads.. In Estocada the main theme is the
      Germans plans to take over Czechoslavakia in 1938. And the way
      that Germany sent agent provocateurs into the Sudetenland
      in Czechoslovakia which was primarily inhabited by those
      speaking German. The Germans wanted a reason to go
      into this area and in time take, over the whole country. So these
      provocateurs murdered some of their Sudetenland cousins
      and Germany blamed it on the Czechs. As it happens they
      didn’t have to fight the very well prepared Czech army because
      Chamberlain appeased Hitler.
      I am sure that PUTIN has all of this very much in mind with
      the Ukraine. but will Biden appease him? That’s if he is awake.
      By the way ” Last Flight to Stalingrad” by Graham Hurley is
      another of these novels. And it is terrific.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Foscari – thank you i will take a look – can i in turn recommend the Mark Felton channel on youtube . Mr Felton produces excellent war type documentaries –

        Ironically his most recent one is about tje german attack on czechoslovakia which mighf have kept hitler in his box if things had gone differently ..


        • Foscari says:

          Fedup-Mark Felton is one of my very top Youtube watches.
          The one about what happened to hierarchy Nazi ladies is
          fascinating. Plus of course many more.


  41. Nibor says:

    BH Radio 4 9-10o clock ends with the panel ( who all seem to have worked for the BBC ) praising the BBC and telling us how wonderful it is .
    And it isn’t biased . Oh no .


  42. Zephir says:

    I will believe the far left racist bbc do not have an agenda when they produce a Nelson Mandela biopic with Laurence Fox playing the lead.


  43. tomo says:

    NHS staff motivators

    I’d wager this is not going to go down well

    They haven’t ramped up the inevitable awards ceremonies in local rags across the land


  44. taffman says:

    Covid ?
    Follow the money…………………….


  45. taffman says:

    “Nadine Dorries: BBC licence fee announcement will be the last”
    With all the incoming flak the Conservatives are facing she realises that she has to be seen to be doing something – finally .

    It should be scrapped now because we will need all our money for other costs that we are facing in the coming year, ie food, energy, petrol, travel, rates National Insurance etc etc .

    Perhaps Priti Patel will get a move on and defend our borders ?


    • moggie63 says:

      The next announcement will be the last. Does that mean that after that we keep on paying and they won’t say anymore?


    • G says:


      “Perhaps Priti Patel will get a move on and defend our borders ?”

      In view of the fact that MP’s have an awful lot of entrepreneurial mates with no experience but prepared to jump in to ‘solve’ the PPE problems, I’m sure some of them can help out to operate a safe way to increase the numbers of invaders in line with Government policy. Let’s call them, ‘Traffickers’. Despite the bluster, there’s still no obvious downsides to this illegal problem and being supporters of this Government – with mates high up – they’re safe as houses.


  46. tomo says:

    Speakers ON


  47. Fedup2 says:

    World at one – non news

    Strangely no report on an alleged British ( really ) Muslim terrorist hopefully dead in Texas after holding hostages in a synagogue…
    Really really can’t think why BBC – they are pushing days and days and days of Parties – I’m starting to support nut nut again just to pee off the anti British pro Muslim BBC


  48. digg says:

    In the US Biden continues to crash and burn….


    While a supercharged and confident Trump hits the nail on the head to a huge and enthusiastic crowd but keeps his powder dry for the time being…


    We may just be witnessing the start of the death-throes of Woke-ism taking with it those deluded fools who thought it was a path to glory and eternal life!

    Hope so!