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. Thoughtful says:

    Here’s a unpalatable story the media appear very reluctant to let you know about. It appeared briefly on the Manchester Evening News site.


    It concerns the cover up by the Labour party of the rape of a 12 year old girl by Pakistani Muslim men the leader of which was given a sentence of just 6 years. (he could have and should have been deported).

    The poor girl was reportedly raped or sexually assaulted 20 times in just one night, and Labour thought the way to go was to cover it up.
    It’s a national scandal far worse than Boris’s party, but the cowardly useless incompetent Tories won’t run with it because they are as bad as Labour anyway.

    Just to make matters even worse Burnhams Gestapo have refused to co-operate with the enquiry and have refused to allow their own internal reports to be published, trying as usual to hide behind the data protection act.

    The report is due to be published soon, but expect scant press coverage of the criticisms – because it’s Pakistani’s and Labour and often the two mixed together.

    People need to be held properly accountable, lose their jobs, be prosecuted etc, but we all know under a Marxist state that isn’t going to happen because it never does.


  2. Fedup2 says:

    Brillo has put up a ‘ free’ spectator article comparing SAGE doom and gloom predictions against real life .

    Look yourself but the Spectator asks whether the processes SAGE use to be so crap in various predictions needs to be examined very very carefully .

    Cant see SAGE being around for very long …


  3. BRISSLES says:

    God I wish there was a big disaster somewhere, an outbreak of Ebola, or 5,000 immigrants lined up on the beaches, just to give us a break from the never ending and now boring reporting of ‘Boris must go’ for the past week. The same agenda of the public being interviewed tearfully how they lost a relative in that particular week 2 years ago, really has become a yawn fest. We never get these pictures when thousands die each year with flu and other respiratory diseases.

    We know the guy has a multitude of failings, even Keir Starmar has been pictured knocking back the booze with others in his office, so the whole shower aren’t worth a light. But this concerted campaign is clearly being managed by Dom Cummings, who wants him out at any cost, and I think he is far more dangerous than anything Boris is guilty of.


    • Thoughtful says:

      Despite how awful Boris has been from the start, out of 350 Tory MPs just 35 (Maximum) have signed no confidence letters showing what a bunch of cowardly useless incompetents they all are.
      They know if they don’t change many of them will lose their seats in a landslide as big as Blairs, but they are just to scared of their own shadows to get rid.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Brissles, my dear old thing (well, it is the cricket season down under and England have lost another Test Match) have you not heard about the undersea volcano erupting in the Pacific? I would like Boris Johnson to go ‘a bit Bob Hoskins’ (as in ‘The Long Good Friday’) and erupt over Whitehall and certain elements in the MSM, including the BBC.


  4. Fedup2 says:

    If you get a chance – catch the 9 minutes of GBNews coast Guy which is available on twitter –
    Its about ‘trust ‘ – or the lack of it .

    Just generally- the way things are going – if a government was to try and impose restrictions on our lives again because of a new brand of the chinese virus – do you think it would be obeyed ?


  5. Nibor says:

    Gosh Nadine you’ve certainly given the BBC a little fright . The next talk about the license tax ( not fee) will be the last . Goodness me that means they’ve only got another 15 years to demand money with menaces . How can anyone plan on that ?
    Don’t you think they should be given more time , or have they been a bit naughty about impartiality?
    They certainly have a laugh at you Tories . Mischievous lot .


  6. theisland says:

    Starmer accuses PM of breaking law over No 10 parties

    The Labour leader said the prime minister had “lied” about “industrial scale partying” in No 10.

    What about the cover-up of industrial scale child rape Starmer?


    • moggie63 says:

      Rubbish. That’s not rape, it’s cultural, the BBC allegedly said so. Besides, white people wanting to protect their own white children against medieval savages is waaaaycist, innit.


  7. Thoughtful says:

    This came onto the Guardian website at 13:50 today:

    “BBC licence fee to be abolished in 2027 and funding frozen”

    BBC licence fee to be abolished ! If this is true then the Champagne needs to be put on ice, this is the news we have been waiting for, but it hasn’t been reported welsewhere.

    Is it true?



    • Fedup2 says:

      I think they just got confused ( kidults at the weekend ) because the charter ends – ….. it’s a long time and an election away ….
      Much of the twitter stuff seems be ‘look at all this stuff you get from the BBC for the price of a —— fill in here —— but my point is that you have to have it whether you want it or not to have a TV ….
      Maybe they can explain what would stay if the licence was ended and replaced by subscription …?


      • moggie63 says:

        I almost got into a fight with some twat who was trying to explain what I could get for my 45p a day. I tried to point out to him that I mostly didn’t want it. I also asked him where he shopped and he said his local Asda. I asked him how happy he would be to pay £3 per week on top of his shopping, most of which went to Waitrose, to shop at Asda and it would have to be paid, by law, even if he didn’t ever shop there. The bluster was so funny. Being left wing he didn’t see the hypocritical crap he was dishing out.


        • Thoughtful says:

          Next time ask him to explain how it is right that a Pakistani watching live satelite TV from Pakistan is required by law to pay the BBC who contribute nothing to the Pakistani TV company.

          Because the Left have made the Pakistanis the top class citizens you should hear them bluster to explain that one!


          • moggie63 says:

            I wouldn’t be at all surprised to find the BBC already paid the pakis a good share to let them know that the UK is a great place to live for them. They even have a cross-channel taxi service.


  8. Guest Who says:

    Sima was mentioned earlier.

    Here’s her tweet’s replies.

    I find the ‘passionate’ defenders of The BBC to be entirely unsurprising in tone. And is his feed funny.


    • Fedup2 says:

      It’s not a ‘news service’ it is a propaganda outlet – just look at the priority items for evidence – buying labour MPs counts for nothing but a Tory MPs taking fees from a company runs for days and days even after he is gone and his wife has committed suicide …. Prosecution rests …

      Has the ‘British ‘ dead Muslim P terrorist been named yet – shall we guess where the families is ? The local Texas news says they know the identity but won’t release it yet …


  9. Up2snuff says:

    Looks like it is open season on politicians at present on the BBC. I thought hunting with dogs was banned? On ‘Sunday’ on BBC R4 7.10 a.m. they had quite a go at President Biden, mostly from a Roman Catholic perspective although one female vox pop provider described his first year in office as ‘lacklustre’.

    Shocked, I was shocked I tell you. Attacking Beijing Biden, whatever next.

    I am still waiting for the BBC to mention Keir Starmer’s breach of Lockdown rules, partying with Party colleagues.

    Could be a long wait. Jonny Dymond ignored it on TWotWee at 1 p.m..


  10. Sluff says:

    BBC London feature poor housing for the homeless.
    The person complaining is Abdul. He speaks poor English and has four children.
    No prizes for guessing who is expected to pay for improvements.
    Could he go back to where he came from?
    Just asking.


  11. G.W.F. says:

    British hostage taker with a British accent has passed away in the USA.
    Try to hear the clip revealing his accent.
    I suppose, given the demographic changes here, and the BBC’s adulation for a certain religious group, it is British .


  12. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Boris the fight back …. It’s started.

    To try and get the voters back he has promised to do some of the things he promised to do before the election.
    Well, it worked then!

    Also, I’ve just seen the first episode of ‘The Bay’
    Is it ‘The Bay of Bengal’

    To be fair they did allow a couple of white men on there, one who was rear ended by the dusky policewoman who started off shouting at her until she put him in his place.
    The other, a policeman who is openly hostile/racist.

    Lots of other boxes ticked as we all know only too well.


  13. Guest Who says:

    Iain Dale has posted. A small section…

    “ Over the years I have enjoyed interviewing Labour MP Barry Gardiner. During the Corbyn years he was ominspresent on our airwaves,”

    Indeed. They tried to get him on. His ‘team’ declined.

    Did any in the BBC even try?

    Oo, look… dim sum!


    • Fedup2 says:

      The fing is right ? Every one called him ‘Chinese Barry ‘ but they thought he just liked his sweet and sour with egg fried from Stratton Ground “ ….


  14. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile, what the bbc will run with, politically…

    Arthur T •
    Wee Laura has excelled herself with: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/
    ‘Kuenssberg: What’s a PM to do when even kids joke about his future?’

    Checking through the article, apart from the headline, a word search shows up neither ‘kids’ nor ‘joke’ in the entire article. Where is the evidence that ‘even kids joke about his future’? IMO, the kids will at least know who Boris Johnson is: they will know about his hair, his father Stanley and probably will know about Wilf’s hair too. I suspect that the majority of kids will never have heard of Sir Keir Starmer, Sir Ed Davey – or Ms Kuenssberg for that matter.

    What an appalling piece of journalism this article is.

    To access, head to…



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  16. Guest Who says:

    Oslo? Bergen?


    • StewGreen says:

      Relax Malik did not have any parties
      whilst been Covid safe cos he’d had Covid and thus had natural immunity.

      If he had had a party whilst having that natural immunity
      that would be a serious crime.
      .. Taking people hostage is obviously a much smaller crime.

      As is starting the Iraq war … Tony Blair


  17. Guest Who says:

    Marianna offers a… well, this…


  18. StewGreen says:

    Friday : “A Sudanese man in his 20s died after trying to cross the English Channel, French officials have confirmed”


  19. Guest Who says:

    Used rate him.

    Now he has chugged the kool aid.

    His media colleagues are a lost cause.


  20. Guest Who says:

    I could give a loose, smelly, sh….


  21. Guest Who says:

    Means nothing.

    That said…


  22. Fedup2 says:

    Texas British Muslim terrorist named as

    Malik Faizal Akram

    There is gonna be a story – but the BBC will bury it …

    Wonder how it would have been treated if a mosque was taken over with a couple of ‘hostages ‘?…..now the weather …


  23. Up2snuff says:

    BBC WEB-SITE Watch #1 – Is this claim by the BBC true?

    Time for Marianna to spring into action and check this claim: “A BBC source said of the fee freeze: “Anything less than inflation would put unacceptable pressure on the BBC finances after years of cuts.” ”


    As I think I can remember when the Licence Fee was raised from £3,10 shillings to a whopping £5 for BBC Radio AND BBC television I don’t think that claim holds any water. In addition, it is something of a Labour Party mantra about the NHS, Education and Social Services. Funny that the BBC should use it of themselves.

    I wonder why. Er, no I don’t. BBC = the Labour Party.

    £5 in 1970 is about £82.50 in 2022s money so the BBC Licence Fee – now only for television – looks very expensive and not cut in the slightest at £159.


    • Docmarooned says:

      Well they could start restructuring their finances by drastically slashing the obscene salaries paid to their “stars” such as gobshite Lineker and by getting rid of total rubbish such as Mrs Browns boys.


      • Up2snuff says:

        Doc, iirc, the D-G has just had a £75K pay increase. He will lose much of that in the April 2022 National Insurance increase, which is why the BBC are constantly moaning about it on air on R4. The D-G, Lineker, Norton, Vine could all cut their tax bills by having their pay reduced.



        PS. Just done some more sums. During the Blair/Brown years, the TV Licence Fee ran below inflation. So what is all that about ‘Tory cuts’?


    • Up2snuff says:


      I can remember when the combined Licence Fee for Radio and TV went from £5 to £6, 5 shillings. My father grumbled but paid up.

      This is a handy reference guide – took me a while to find it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_licensing_in_the_United_Kingdom_(historical)


  24. Northern Voter says:

    Watching Ladypartsfile earlier I saw people in Somerset planting 500 oak trees, the plantings were about 3 feet apart , other measurements are available. Anyway this dozy tart was there and the beeb presenter asked why she was planting them. Out comes the usual crap, global warming, climate change et al. Has no-one told the divvy that if we reduce CO2 to zero they’ve just wasted a day and God knows how much brass, when they all die, but, hang on they’ll never see these trees in all their glory will they, nor will their offspring. New Beeb TV programme “You’ve been conned”


    • Up2snuff says:

      NV, and if they do not remember to re-space those saplings in 10 years most of them will die. I know of sapling sites (various species, not oaks) where after planting the sites have been completely forgoten about. The growing saplings then try to burst out of their corrugated plastic tubes and some don’t succeed, dying in the process. Most of these climate loonies are completely ignorant of the world of nature and do not realise that woodland requires management and maintenance.


  25. theisland says:

    From Blackburn

    A brother of Malik Faisal Akram issued a statement apologising to the victims and saying he had been suffering from “mental health issues”.


    • G.W.F. says:

      Let me guess, the brother’s name is Tarquin. The mental problems are due to anychess incompetence


    • Wild Bill says:

      Playing the old ‘mental health’ card as usual among terrorists these days.


    • digg says:

      Everyone from Pakistan suffers from “mental issues” it comes with the bloody DNA.


  26. Scroblene says:

    Probs late to the party, but what a belter, getting the gorgeous Nadine to go for the throat now!

    (Not literally Scrobs, we have standards don’t you know)…

    Perfect diversion from Boris’s problems and to put the awful Beeb on the defensive, while ‘partygate’ (pathetic headline, – dream on pseuds), gets some sort of coverage, but our Nadine?

    Nadine, top girl, I want you to have my children, and try a little harder to have a few more, but give me a little time please, I’m not as young as I was…!


    • Up2snuff says:

      Scrobie, I wonder if the Government and Cabinet Office in particular have discovered some things about the BBC that the BBC would not like the nation to know and would cause a major scandal?


  27. digg says:

    Unless I have read it wrong the Guardian are saying that the BBC license model is kaput in 5 years time.


    Forgive me for my scepticism but this has a lefty foul odour about it.

    I think the real truth is that the BBC, supported by The Guardian etc, will now spend the next 5 years trying to bury democracy and the Conservative party as they have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

    This is going to get bloody messy!

    Unless the Conservatives can come up with a real Churchill instead of the buffoon version we have right now…. It’s never going to happen.

    Liz Truss is small beer and will be crushed by the BBC machine in no time!


  28. Justaddalcohol says:


    There aren’t any further details of the sacked officers in that report, but you can look them up. This must really stick in the BBC’s collective throat How long before this story- already in regions – disappears?


    • digg says:

      And these are our F******g police!

      Time for a peasant revolt methinks before Joe Public ceases to bother what the police stand for.

      No doubt these despicable specimens are protected by some FOI or other or maybe the local branch of the Masons?


      • Justaddalcohol says:

        No protection digg. The previous media reports on what they were alleged to have done is public knowledge and reported earlier in local London publications. What’s more they have been justly fired. The internal police system does work – eventually


    • StewGreen says:

      Major omissions in BBC story on sacked police chiefs
      Why no photos ?
      One is black, one is Punjabi (both in Mail photo below)

      The breaches all occurred between 2017 and 2019.
      – Allegations made against PC Karina Kandohla were not proven.
      Why does the BBC report fail to mention that is her husband who was sacked. ?

      – Ch Supt Paul Martin and Ch Insp Davinder Kandohla were found to have breached standards of professional behaviour.
      Both were ruled to have failed to declare conflicts of interest in a promotion, been involved in improper spending of police funds and mistreated more junior colleagues.

      – Sgt James Di-Luzio was found to have misused a corporate credit card and behaved badly towards his junior colleagues and was issued with management advice.

      Those cases have been removed from the Met database search
      ( I did find it separately https://www.met.police.uk/foi-ai/metropolitan-police/misconduct-hearings/2022/january/hearing-chief-superintendent-martin-chief-inspector-kandohla-ps-di-luzio-pc-kandohla/ )

      but look how many other officers were sacked recently

      Paul Martin’s speech video https://www.twitter.com/MPSHillingdon/status/1136694334705799175


      • StewGreen says:

        Earlier Reachplc report summarises the case
        Yesterday (November 1), the hearing heard that Martin had allegedly approved £5,500 of his own invalid expense claims on the card of Sergeant James Di-Luzio’s, an officer who reported to him.

        Among the items he is said to have claimed are flight upgrades, alcohol and travel insurance.


      • Northern Voter says:

        The one on the left will be a shoe-in for Death in Paradise.


  29. Fedup2 says:

    Makes a change from kidnapping rape and murder – plod lost the plot …

    Time for the new thread
    Will party gate keep rolling ?
    Will nut nut make the week ?
    Will we hear about a dead Muslim terrorist ?
    Is the BBC going to be cut down ?
    Oh yeah – and there’s that Chinese virus ….. a war or two in the making ….
    …. A former prince going to court
    ….another former prince going to court
    ….a devalued tennis tournament
    ….and the ever present anti British far left BBC


    • Justaddalcohol says:

      You know my background Fed. I have actually worked with them both and prudence dictates that I don’t comment further other than to say I despair


      • Fedup2 says:

        Just – plod is busily self destructing . I can only guess the outwoking thing has really got to them . I wonder if they realise they’ve lost the Right minded public ?


    • digg says:

      Yep! I think you covered all the vital stuff there FedUp2