337 Responses to Start the Week 14 February 2022

  1. richard D says:


    No 1 ?


    • MarkyMark says:

      We are all winners (c) Corbyn


    • StewGreen says:

      Catchup links to most recent posts on previous thread
      page 3 started 5pm on Sunday
      page 2 started 4:30pm on Saturday

      Inoreader provides an alternative convenient way of viewing posts
      eg it can compress long posts
      and show when someone replies to you etc.


      • NCBBC says:

        The Global Covid Vaccination Campaign Is Courting Catastrophe

        To establish that a vaccine is safe, extensive long-term testing must be carried out. This process involves multi-phase clinical trials and observational studies which include large numbers of subjects over time periods measured in years. This thorough and involved process takes at least five years to complete and usually much longer. According to Johns Hopkins University:

        “A typical vaccine development timeline takes 5 to 10 years, and sometimes longer, to assess whether the vaccine is safe and efficacious in clinical trials, complete the regulatory approval processes, and manufacture sufficient quantity of vaccine doses for widespread distribution.” [emphasis added]

        Injecting more than half of all humankind with inadequately tested, dangerous pharmaceuticals based on a never-before-tried technology while claiming that that they are “completely safe” is an unprecedented mass experiment with the gravest potential consequences. Never before has any government, an international actor or a transnational cabal undertaken an act that would expose such a big swath of humanity to such serious danger.


        That is why the rush to remove the unvaccinated by any means so no Control group exists.

        Even a cursory examination of mortality rates (actual number of deaths), from the ONS, reveal non-covid deaths far exceeding lives saved by the vaccine.


  2. Garry Lavin says:

    No. 2. I am not a number…I am a free man!


  3. digg says:

    Back to the real world, here we bloody go again…


    They really, really hate white folk don’t they?

    Sorry to break the levity everyone!


    • harry142857 says:

      Maybe ‘minorities’ should stop stabbing each other and stop smoking skunk. How many ethnic females do you see out cycling or jogging?


    • MarkyMark says:

      1 in 4 nurses obese in NHS.
      80K Diversity Manages in NHS.
      Boris sends 200 UK troops to NHS.

      NHS – clap on Thursday. Ignored on Friday.


    • NCBBC says:

      I agree with with you. Unfortunately for the Guardian, BBC etc, almost all the “racist” discrimination comes from ethnic minorities towards other “ethnic” minorities. For instance, Hindus dislike Muslims, and don’t care much for other casts. Muslims despise everyone except their own type of Muslim. Special hatred for Jews.

      Almost all the above and Asians of all types, have contempt for Black Africans. Reciprocated by Blacks in general towadrs Asians.

      Given that doctors and government health providers generally bury or cremate their “mistakes”, how is one to foster love of the other hated.



  4. Nibor says:

    BBC et al ,

    If we achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030 or 2040 or next week or whenever .
    Is that the end of the lectures and hair shirt policies or is there another big bogeyman out there ?


    • Sluff says:

      Your wish is already coming true.

      The next anti-car zealotry has been signalled.
      Those very heavy electric cars need better brakes to stop. And what do brakes give off? Brake dust. Particulates.

      Cue howls of anguish from the clean air fanatics. Gotta ban those nasty private cars that provide opportunities and freedom to millions of good folk……any reason will do.

      In the last 20 years we’ve had CO2, then road safety, then general pollution (NOx), Diesel engine particulates, and latterly global warming. Why not put brake dust on the hate list?


      • Nibor says:

        Stuff ,
        As an aside , those artic trucks you see on the motorway are now automatic- except they’re not the automatic as was in times past , an epicycle gearbox with a sun wheel, but computer controlled clutch/ clutch less gearboxes .
        The reason all trucks have them is that asbestos was made illegal in everything, including clutches .
        Which made clutches a bit more fragile.
        At first manufacturers made asbestos free clutches and told customers- drivers to start in scratch gear ,,, as though you are starting a fully laden truck from base to climb Mont Blanc .
        So it became cheaper to change the gearboxes to Electronically Computerised Gearchange boxes because universities met real life .

        [ a normal fully laden truck with a sixteen speed gearbox would start in third high on the flat ] .


      • NCBBC says:

        Climate Change already has all the mandates ready to roll. Covid just interrupted them.

        Anyway, Covid provided a nice trial run for the real thing. Climate Change mandates will last atleast a decade, and leave the West wrecked and beyond repair for atleast a century.

        Marxsim found a way at last, after a century of trying, to enslave the Christian West.

        Maybe the truckers can stop it.


  5. Sluff says:

    The BBC’s favourite religion of peace have been in action again.



    • MarkyMark says:

      A mob lynched a man because he had allegedly burnt pages of Muslim holy book the Quran in central Pakistan, and dozens of people have been arrested, police and officials said Sunday.
      “…and don’t you worry. It’s coming to a place near you…we cannot have state subsidized preachers…give it up or give it to your deadliest enemy and pay for the rope that will choke you.“


      • NCBBC says:

        Its already here. Remember the French priest slaughtered like a goat in his church altar.


      • NCBBC says:

        Hitchins was an athiest. Atheism led to the greatest slaughter in history. Over 120 million innocents. Countless terrorised and starved and the nations under its totalitarian control led to poverty of everything. Besides, Atheism did not invent Western civilisation or humanity, or anything worth preserving like music and art. It is Christianity.


  6. Nibor says:

    BBC ,
    You think you’re clever so please explain.

    On the one hand the Ukrainian Powers That Be say Europe and EUrope should stand by Ukraine and be hard hitting against Russia.
    The next they tell us the western powers are frightening the horses and Putin is winning because the hysteria the West says affects the markets.

    I think you’re pro Ukraine, BBC , so if you want to get the ordinary Joe concerned just tell us how many Ukrainians you declare we have to accept if there is a war down there .


    • Banania says:

      Interesting overview of modern Europe here by Alex Thomson being interviewed by Reiner Fuellmich. Ukraine has been a preoccupation of Britain and Germany since the 1870s. https://www.bitchute.com/video/NWFrm3PZr2qa/
      UK Column said today that the BBC are so keen to have war in Ukraine that they are saying it has already started.


  7. MarkyMark says:

    The Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances refers to three identical political agreements signed at the OSCE conference in Budapest, Hungary on 5 December 1994 to provide security assurances by its signatories relating to the accession of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Ukraine to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. The memorandum was originally signed by three nuclear powers: the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom and the United States. China and France gave somewhat weaker individual assurances in separate documents.[1]

    The memorandum included security assurances against threats or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of Ukraine, Belarus, and Kazakhstan.



    • Up2snuff says:

      Do I recall correctly that it was Baroness Ashton as EU Comissioner for something or other who went and meddled and muddled on behalf of the EU in Ukraine and effectively started the Civil War that has been raging for eight years? Or have I got the guilty party’s name wrong?


  8. StewGreen says:



  9. StewGreen says:

    Belfield has a new video
    The video contains screenshots of two intimidatory emails .
    #1 from Full Fact’s Bethan Davies “Policy and Impact Manager”
    “It is important that the public have accurate information into deaths from Covid .. we request that you correct this claim
    .. we plan to take this up with Youtube if there is no reply from you”

    An apparent reference to him relaying the true news that if you divide the population into those with pre-existing medical conditions
    and those without; the number of UK Covid deaths in the second group is 17,000

    #2 From Ben Ellery of the Times “Campaigners have expressed concern that one video of yours helped fuel the ambush on Sir Keir Starmer this week”
    ‘There will be a story in the Times that will reference your videos.’

    ..Belfield says the Times story never materialised.

    Just as people sometimes use lawfare against political opponents, malicious reporting is also often used.



    • StewGreen says:

      Bethan is a journalist ex of Watchdog & Channel4 Dispatches
      She also tried intimidation against the Daily Skeptic about a headline they used
      a headline they were able to defend by quoting the official source PHE right back at her
      “In individuals aged 40 to 79, the rate of a positive COVID-19 test is higher in vaccinated individuals compared to unvaccinated.”

      I think the situation is more complex than either side in that playground fight make out.


      The Ben Ellery piece has just been published The main graphic collage’s main feature is the Belfield video ..reporting what Boris said about Starmer re Savile.
      “YouTube is profiting from conspiracy videos about Sir Keir Starmer, Covid-19 vaccines, 5G and misogyny, a Times investigation reveals.”
      “A video that went viral on the site about Starmer in the days before he was ambushed by an angry mob outside the Commons has sparked concerns from the Center for Countering Digital Hate.” (dingaling they probably wrote the article)
      The article is long
      Paywalled https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/youtube-cashes-in-with-advertisements-on-covid-misinformation-videos-wn9dbvx96
      Here’s the text of the article
      Oh another interesting thing
      “Comments for this article have been turned off”

      Previously Ellery did a piece against UKColumn


      • StewGreen says:

        That Times article seems to have been written in a rush
        One long chunk of text is in there twice.

        ‘One of the protesters who “ambushed” Starmer, repeatedly shares Belfield’s videos on Telegram, on his channel Resistance GB, “a conspiracy news platform” ..’

        Quote: Starmer said that until Johnson’s comment he had never been called a “paedophile protector”, a claim made during the ambush.
        Total BS of course loads of people have said that before
        Though I wouldn’t say that anyone has concrete evidence of that claim

        Belfield interviewed a 5G conspiracy theorist
        And tells him: “I’ve learnt enough over the last two years, not to disparage, not to criticise, to not ridicule somebody for something I don’t know. I’m going to make it clear that I don’t endorse your opinion because I don’t know. I have no facts in front of me to damn you or congratulate you. I’m simply allowing your free speech.”
        What’s wrong with that ?

        Belfield has also targeted Carol Vorderman, 61, the media celebrity, with a string of misogynistic comments
        I disagree he makes fun of her hypocrisy that she poses to reveal her breasts, then moans when people comment on them.
        (Why does the Times write her age, is that misogynistic ?)


        • StewGreen says:

          Finally The Channel “Rotten Politics” gets a mention
          An antivax video on the YouTube channel Rotten Politics has been watched 7,500 times. It includes figures which reveal that more vaccinated people were in Blackpool hospital on one day in January than those who had not been vaccinated.
          I don’t know that video, but he does mock about he calls the governments “the jibby jabby” obsession.
          video : https://rumble.com/vtw2ux-this-is-how-we-win-foi-requests.html

          Then there’s a long comment by Imran Ahmed, chief executive of the Center for Countering Digital Hate

          Then they finally get around to the fact that Belfield doesn’t speak at all in his Starmer video.. It is merely a clip of Boris speaking in parliament.


  10. StewGreen says:

    Belfield’s stalking trial starts on July 4th
    He has always that accusations are a setup cos they came after he accused trolls and the BBC of harassing him.
    also always said that his plan is to get the BBC into court cos that means he can say things openly, and that if the police block that by charging him, then that is also a route of speaking about the BBC in court.
    A troll is already in jail for impersonating him.

    In the last month Belfield has said his legal donation fund is not accepting new donations cos he already has earnt enough to cover additional costs himself.


  11. taffman says:

    “Two ‘green freeports’ to be established in Scotland”

    The more the merrier! Now we are moving……..
    Let’s have more .


  12. digg says:

    “Professor who suggested non-white Britons not ‘indigenous’ to advise Gove on levelling-up plan” ….. is hit by hordes of the usual race-baiter Muslim suspects.

    Exclusive: Appointment of Paul Collier – who claimed immigration has made indigenous British ‘a minority’ in London – branded ‘deplorable’ and ‘dangerous’


    Fact: 63% of the population in London were not born in the UK.




    “relating to or being a people who are the original, earliest known inhabitants of a region, or are their descendants:”

    I believe this means that if you walk up a beach in Kent it doesn’t make you immediately indigenous and that’s all he was saying.

    Meanwhile happy Saint Valentines day, named after a Christian priest in Italy which of course means the MSM will go nowhere near mentioning it as it might offend the above shower. However they have gone bonkers over something called the Super Bowl which of course means sod all to most of the population in this Country.

    Selective Perception….


  13. Guest Who says:

    Don’t see Rita getting on Newswatch if Sadiq is on border patrol around the M25.


  14. Fedup2 says:

    Today watch
    I wanted to hear about number 10 parties but the BBC no longer seems to think it is The Most Important Story Ever .

    Instead it has sent beeboids to boring old Ukraine to report on some boring old war . Who cares about that . ?

    Anyway – at least they stuck the knife into the met plod again over some minor TV celeb who topped herself because she got charged with a crime she committed . Now that’s important .
    I understand nut nut is going to try to stop the war thingy again by touring Europe ? Surely the BBC will point out he is only doing it to avoid the party thing – don’t worry – they’ll send that laura girl or a disciple to keep saying ‘are you going to resign prime minister ?” Like some demented parrot – which of course – she is …


  15. Guest Who says:

    No need. Get it to belt out how Modi is evil all day and you’ll be DG in a year, by BBC Cubicle Garden Assembly ‘new form of democracy’ vote.


    • MarkyMark says:

      BBC Radio 4, 1 December 2021

      In an item about Chinese ‘debt trap’ diplomacy we interviewed Professor Deborah Brautigan, who explained that this ‘is the idea that China is deliberately luring countries into borrowing more money than they can afford with the goal of using that debt for strategic leverage, to seize assets of some kind or otherwise push the country to do China’s bidding.’ She went on to give an example of the Sri Lankan port of Hambantota, saying it was used by the Trump administration to promote this theory.

      However Professor Brautigan’s further point, that these ideas have little basis in fact, was edited out of the broadcast interview. In fact Professor Brautigan’s research shows that Chinese banks are willing to restructure the terms of existing loans and have never actually seized an asset from any country, much less the port of Hambantota.

      We apologise for the error.




      She then gave donations to politicians, including Labour MP Barry Gardiner, who received more than £420,000 from her.


  16. taffman says:

    “Ukraine seeks meeting with Russia within 48 hours to discuss build-up”

    Now then , where are our NATO friends?
    Like 1939, we have been found weak .


  17. Guest Who says:

    Wendy on a blocking spree?


  18. Foscari says:

    I don’t believe that there will be a major war . Russia
    may make another incursion into eastern Ukraine. BUT
    one thing that seems to be forgotten . Is that when the
    Berlin wall came down and East Germany became reunited
    with West Germany and also the USSR broke up. The USA
    had an agreement with Russia that none of the ex Soviet
    republics in Eastern Europe would join NATO. Of all of the ex
    “satellites” of the USSR. Ukraine were the closest “cousins”
    An analogy is if Scotland became independent , would England
    feel comfortable about them joining the Warsaw Pact?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Foscari – I agree – I reckon he will leave his army at the border for a while and then wait til every one gets bored before doing his insurgent type stuff over a long period of time – you know – terrorist bombings – cyber – assassinations – poisonings – normal Kremlin stuff …


  19. Doublethinker says:

    High inflation is the natural consequence of the government spending vastly more money than it takes in taxation. It is causing prices to rise and shortly wage demands will follow. Of course this is mainly due to the measures taken over Covid. Whatever the reason we are back to the seventies !
    But on top of those dark days of nearly fifty years ago we now have the green agenda which is about to hit everyone very hard both in the direct cost of running a home and in the passed on cost from industry.
    No doubt that axis of evil ,the BBC , Guardian and Labour , will demand that the government , ie the tax payer, gives hand outs to defray the rising costs. They conveniently ignore the fact that they wanted even more costly Covid measures and of course even more extreme green policies.
    On the green policies I don’t understand why the BBC , which daily demands that we all use less energy, is objecting to the price rise as the more energy costs the less will be used. Wanting something but not liking the consequences is very childish and very BBC.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Even better – oil it a thousand year high at 93$ a pint !
      (Ok barrel )- the highest since they stopped selling records ..


    • NCBBC says:

      The BBC could use less energy by showing by example by switching off its broadcasts. Everyone would give them silent cheer.


  20. Guest Who says:

    Working title: ‘Me, Myself, iPhone.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Marianna – nice lighting – is your head on a bank note or stamp yet -? Hugs


    • MarkyMark says:

      Dear Marianna Spring (BBC wages paid under threat of prosecution),

      As I’ve had to look at your BBC news and use other sources to determine that your news is not news but selective editorial opinion I’d like to request that I have a refund for the last 4 years plus get the BBC free from now on.

      Please let me know how I can go about this as I am willing to create a full list of articles that I’ve had to investigate plus time taken for me to check your fact checker whilst realising that the BBC intentionally removes news rather than incorrectly report on it, uses images to sway opinion or misleads with the main titles hoping no one reads the full article.

      ‘Omission is the greatest form of lie.’

      CAS-4987700-SY1FTF : BBC NewsWatch says boredom with pro-Brexit march.

      CAS-4844672-N8FDYY: Update on the MP Expenses 2009 scandal in 2018.

      CAS-4939547-J71Z1V: Here’s hoping Ireland do the right thing G.Lineker.

      CAS-4937378-YKMWBJ: BBC not reporting ‘Day of Freedom’ March 06may2018.

      CAS-4906141-BFJQL0: I take offence that presenters promote their books.

      CAS-4892811-C820SC: I am offended that I have to pay the BBC TV Tax.

      CAS-4824332-633N1P: What happened in Italy was not covered …

      CAS-4933135-ZV3V7F: The omission is the most powerful form of lie …

      CAS-6005141-S1V9D1: Not seen a report on the UK Governments Covid19 

      Let me know how to go about resolving the issue of paying for something that wastes my time as I have to check each story rather than rely on its accuracy.



  21. vlad says:

    Have the BBC reported this charming little story of everyday folk from their favourite religion?

    A five-year-old girl was murdered by her parents and her body dumped in the trash in an ‘honour killing’ in Syria after she was kidnapped and raped by a stranger.

    Note the double savagery: first kidnapped and raped at 5, then murdered by her own parents for the dishonour!


    • Guest Who says:

      The Sharia Unit at Tower Hamlets upgraded them to a 5* once here?


    • MarkyMark says:

      CLose all PARKS and don’t allow women in them ….

      On 22 March 2020, 7-year-old Emily Grace Jones was stabbed at Queen’s Park in Bolton, Greater Manchester, England, while riding her scooter and died shortly afterwards. Eltiona Skana, a 30-year-old Albanian woman unknown to the Jones family, was arrested on the scene and later charged with murder. Wikipedia


    • NCBBC says:

      What you report is quite common. That is why Muslim rapists target Christians in Muslim countries, if there any Christians left.

      So too here – rapes by the tens pf thousands and the authorities turned a blind eye and harassed Tommy R.


  22. andyjsnape says:

    Hackney Wick bar floor collapse: Thirteen people injured
    “reports” the bBC

    People can be seen holding up slabs of wood after a floor collapsed in a Hackney bar… I’m relived that a few have mobiles and are taking photos, maybe when they have finished could have with the collapsed floor!


    • andyjsnape says:

      *should say, when they have finished, could have helped with the collapsed floor!

      Maybe I could get a job editing for the bBC 🙂


  23. AsISeeIt says:

    Cupid’s arrow, or girls with guns edition

    At first glance at the frontpage of both the Telegraph and the Times, I thought for one glorious moment they’d given Camilla all of Prince Andrew’s former military titles – and she was having to undergo basic training. Sadly, we’re obsessing about the Ukraine again:

    Valentyna Konstantynovska, 79, holds a machine gun during basic combat training for civilians organised by Ukrainian special forces in Mariupol‘ (Telegraph)

    Our western press evidently have a deep obsession with women with guns.

    Beside the Times and Telegraph sharing the same pic of the dead-eyed granny sniper, the giveaway Metro and the FT share the same picture of what we take to be her granddaughter – prone, locked and loaded: ‘A civilian woman learns to fire a gun in Donets yesterday as invasion fears grow‘ (Metro)

    The Guardian, naturally, has to go one better – diversity-wise. They promote to their slow news Monday frontpage a close up of what we take to be feminine hands inserting the magazine into her AK-47 with rainbow-coloured fingernails.

    If Mayor Khan is casting the net wide for a new Met chief I think he may have some potential candidates from the Donbas region that tick all the boxes. Female, Gay Pride-supporting – and capable of taking down a Brazilian on his way to work at a range of 1,000 yards…

    What of our own military men?

    RAF chief “flashed bum” at neighbour. The RAF’s deputy chief has been suspended over claims he flashed his bottom at a family‘ (Sun)

    I’ve watched Mel Gibson’s Braveheart and apparently that is a military tactic. Albeit somewhat medieval. On the other hand, the sight of a male behind might be just the thing to scare away the reputedly homophobic Vladimir Putin.

    Seems we’ve attempted and failed at every conventional modern strategy: ‘“West can’t Vladi scare Putin” Russian ambassador’s foul-mouthed rant as he says sanctions don’t worry Moscow‘ – but Ambassador, you’re abusing us. We’ll threaten to take away your Ferrero Rocher and show you our behinds – or perhaps not: ‘Britons in Ukraine defy advice to leave country‘ (‘i’)

    Here’s a thought – how come we don’t hear the UN being invoked in this conflict?

    Fed up with the BBC’s unnecessary transmogrification of the familiar Kiev into the sorry I dropped my Scrable tiles and came up with Kyiv?

    Of course the Guardian follow this trend: ‘“Leave now” – western diplomats flee Kyiv

    Well, here we go again: ‘Goodbye Turkey, hello Türkiye‘ (BBC) ‘President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the new name “represents and expresses the culture, civilisation, and values of the Turkish nation in the best way”‘.

    And of course the BBC are very likely to do exactly what the bully boy islamist-friendly Erdogan wants us to do.

    Returning to the Guardian – like a dog returns to its vomit – we note the Ukraine war has to take second place to the supposedly on-going race war: ‘Damning race report reveals vast inequalities across health service. “Inequalities are evident at every stage from birth to death”‘ – there’s some truth there, I guess. The NHS does have some strange race inequalities. I can’t remember the last time I saw a white British doctor.

    In déjà vu news: ‘Under pressure. The diary of an ICU nurse‘ (Times)

    In other French news – apart from the latest stabbing story – double déjà vu says he’s a mentally disturbed Norwegian? : ‘French Presidential candidate for the centre-right Republicans vowed in a speech in Paris to fight immigration, Islamism and cancel-culture‘ (Times) – yep, so did Boris. Déjà vu anyone?

    Wondering why energy prices keep going up and up? ‘Fraking ban should stay as “UK is not Utah”‘ (Telegraph) – more’s the pity. Apart from the Mormon thing.

    Meanwhile the Telegraph notes the incontinence of our corporate utilities: ‘Water companies are dumping raw sewage into rivers 1,000 times a day

    Hereabouts one often has occasion to refer to the names of minor celebs who constitute our daily tabloid fodder. Admittedly these stories are pitched at the level of gossip. But – one might contend – so are the serious papers’ Ukraine tales. Name a D-lister and “never heard of her” – is the habitual cry.

    The Daily Star this morning introduces: ‘Deadly Dudley to hit 100mph‘ – could this be a road traffic tale to rival: ‘Katie Price to get ‘flash’ new car just months after drink-drive crash. The former glamour model chatted to fans on Instagram‘ (Plymouth Live)

    Nope. ‘Four storms are set to hammer Britain this week. Half term will be a dud with 100mph winds and torrential rain. Not now storm Dudely‘ (Daily Star)

    Other prospective wind speeds are available: ‘Batten down for 90mph Storm Dudley‘ (Daily Express)

    In other predictable weather reports: ‘Real snow sends Winter Games into meltdown‘ (Times)


    • Fedup2 says:

      Will plucky Blighty get a medal at the olympics – gongs all round – tea with prince charles (ugh) ….? Or will the BBC continue to worship at the feet / skies of a coloured bloke who lives in the midlands with a Jamaican passport representing his real country ? ( no medal of course)


    • G says:


      “Here’s a thought – how come we don’t hear the UN being invoked in this conflict?”

      The UN has ceased to be a balanced organisation. Both Russia and China would block anything/proposal for Ukraine. The West is bottled in.


    • NCBBC says:

      AsISeeIt: Our western press evidently have a deep obsession with women with guns.

      Quite true. This will get them killed if deployed against men.


  24. G says:

    In these strange times, Poetic Justice seems in short supply so you have to savour those instances when they occur.

    “Iran: Man set on fire by the burning Israeli flag he was holding”


  25. Fedup2 says:

    ‘classic ‘ is currently one of the most abused words in our language – along with ‘diverse’ and ‘vulnerable ‘ and ‘so’ and hyperbole

    But today there was a ‘classic ‘ piece of bias in a BBC report on the anti Vaxers in NZ . It wasn’t about the merits of their case . It wasn’t about their case at all . It was about the music the state is firing at them in order to disburse .

    The BBC then – in accordance with editorial pro vax doctrine – ignores the views of protesters and spends time on ‘disbursal music ‘ . It mentioned that the Canadian protests are ending as an aside.

    I was thinking of a sick parallel – perhaps the BBC would report on how nice Nazi uniforms are – without mentioning the invasions or executions ….

    For the record – I am vaxed – I accept the risk – and I accept that non vaxers accept their risks too as well as the objection to state coercion – a sickness of our time – carried out to ‘safeguard the community ‘ …


  26. Fedup2 says:

    Today had that deranged Radcliffe bloke who continues to live of the fame of his Iranian spy wife banged up in – er- Iran .

    He went off on some ‘great game ‘ power thing and x3 mentioned discussions he’d had with ‘officials ‘ “behind closed doors “ …
    Those ‘officials ‘ must dread him because any thing ‘off the record ‘ they tell him is in the guardian / bbc 2 hours later and his ‘wife ‘ gets another 2 years for spying against Iran ….


    • micknotmike says:

      I’m going to buy a lottery ticket, I think. A couple of weeks back, talking to a work colleague, he mused “What is going to be the big story now that coronavirus has pretty much been exhausted? I said that the bbc would soon wheel out the Radcliffe story. I would love to be the interviewer on the programme – “So, Richard, do you ever wish that instead of chasing a woke trophy wife, you’d simply settled down with a nice English girl?”.


  27. StewGreen says:

    New Times article
    After Ben Ellery’s article attacking Alex Belfield and anti-lefty YouTubers
    there is a new article attacking UK Truck convoy protesters
    .. https://twitter.com/p_j_chappell/status/1493157799681011716

    Breaking : The Times journo has just tweeted
    a full screenshot of the Anti-Belfield article
    Tweet .. https://twitter.com/benellery/status/1493139499785900039


    • StewGreen says:

      Interesting that if you use this first Twitter link
      .. https://twitter.com/p_j_chappell/status/1493146063108452356
      it gets you behind the paywall and the comments are open

      Both articles are in the screenshot too
      but the print is only just about readable
      The pic is the full two pages ..so you have to zoom in a lot.

      Start : A “convoy” taking place in London today has drawn comparisons to the Ottawa rally and raised concerns that protesters are using tactics employed in the Capitol Hill siege in the United States at the beginning of 2021.
      Participants in the Loveolution, a reference to it taking place on Valentine’s Day, have been told to descend on London from various corners of the country, driving to the capital at 30mph to cause maximum disruption to the road network.
      Simon Parry, an organiser, revealed ..
      .. Parry was present when a mob harassed Sir Keir Starmer last week. He has gained the support of the former England footballer Matt Le Tissier, who has spoken out against the Covid vaccine.”

      So both articles seem connected in that they out Starmer as a victim.


  28. G.W.F. says:

    Oh why do we kiss?
    My breath came in short pants after watching this BBC drivel.


  29. JohnC says:

    Front page BBC news headlines:

    ‘Eminem takes the knee at Super Bowl half-time show’

    ‘Caroline Flack’s mother still angry at police’

    And we have to pay them so they can produce this agenda-driven dribble.


    • MarkyMark says:

      The pair wed in 1999 but both struggled with drug addiction and Eminem later admitted he was abusive to Kim. The violent lyrics to 97 Bonnie and Clyde and Kim also saw him fantasising about killing her, and they split after she saw him beating a blow-up doll in her image, on stage, in 2000.


  30. dafydd says:

    …see the latest polls have the Labour lead down to only 2 points from 10..

    Perhaps the idiots in the media and in particular the BBC will soon realise that we the Public have no sodding interest in a bloke supposedly have a couple of sherbets nearly 2 years ago …

    Even this morning the BBC tried to bring Partygate into a conversation they were having with James Heapy Defence Minister. Good for James Heapy, he made it quite clear that at a time of a potentially serious crisis brewing in the Ukraine and Europe that the BBC’s line of questioning was inappropriate.


  31. JohnC says:

    The latest polls also give Biden an approval rating of 41.8%. At the same point, Trump was 41.4%. Not withstanding of course that almost all Democrat liberals would disapprove of Trump even if he personally cured cancer, famine and global warming. It’s ideological hatred.

    I wonder if the BBC will report if/when Biden is less popular than Trump.

    Actually, I don’t wonder at all. They won’t.


    • G.W.F. says:

      If they can fix election results they can fix polls. The next election will be fixed and US Republicans better be aware.

      I also expect the two socialist parties in the UK will fix the next election so that any third party will be heavily defeated


    • NCBBC says:

      Most Democrats are Marxist socialist in all but name.

      The USA is heading to socialism because of immigration of people who wanted American wealth without working for it.

      Now Democrats promise wealth for all – via socialism which will make everyone poor. Same lesson for us here too.


    • Banania says:

      He is, and they haven’t.


  32. Guest Who says:

    Here’s hoping.


    They seem to need a war too, like Boris and Slick.


  33. Fedup2 says:

    Do you believe that polling ? Since we know that the next US election will be as fixed as the last one ‘ the bunker election ‘ then the fixed polls dont matter anyway .

    They may also be making the same mistake of only quizzing approved people whilst the non metro americans are dumped


    • JohnC says:

      I tend to, but only because a standing 40% will disapprove of Trump immediately on ideological grounds – whatever he did in office.

      It’s certainly not a level playingfield.


      • NCBBC says:

        If Donald Trump can get 51% he can be happy, as 40% will always hate a president.

        What he has to do is to neutralise the social media companies, and go after the corrupt 3 letter agencies.


      • Doublethinker says:

        I think that those of who use this site are self selecting . We have known for years that the MSM are proselytising for the woke globalist multi billionaires and we don’t believe what they say or show. But much of the general public are still naive about the MSM’s agenda and tend to believe whatever propaganda they churn out. Admittedly numbers who trust the MSM are falling but there are it’s still substantial. When you add these easily manipulated folks to the leftist zealots you may well still get 40% in favour of even a hapless old man like Biden.
        No doubt given four years to refine their election rigging techniques the Dems will win even if their nominee is the donkey!


        • NCBBC says:

          Now why would social media billionaires campaign for socialism that will beggar them if they win. Do they think they will be like Pravda and get a pass?


  34. StewGreen says:

    #1 “The House of Lords has abandoned a workplace inclusivity programme run by Stonewall following a row about the use of gender-neutral language in legislation”

    #2 “School said boy, six, would be transphobic if he expressed confusion over classmate
    The letter warned pupils would be viewed as transphobic if they demonstrated an “inability to believe a transgender person is actually a ‘real’ female or male”


  35. MarkyMark says:

    UK court hears children cannot consent to puberty blockers
    This article is more than 1 year old
    NHS trust face legal action over UK’s only gender identity development service for children



  36. LastChanceSaloon says:

    Only the Daily Mail appears to be reporting the latest Durham revelations cn the British press,
    Prison for most of the Anti-AmericanCommunist Party, currently “led” by FJB.
    Fox News is the only major US outlet reporting the treason.
    Clinton to be executed, we hope.
    Saint Donald Trump now 3/1 faourite with William Hill to re-occupy The White House.


  37. Eddy Booth says:

    ‘Pretty clear Russia is planning an invasion’ – UK PM

    Have the top class BBC journalists asked: if Russia seriously wanted to invade, why have they given Ukraine months to prepare their defences?


    • MarkyMark says:

      China is planning to take over the whole World – meh.


    • Guest Who says:

      Operation Russobarber.

      The whole Ukraine thing is a ruse so they can take out a Chechen hair salon.

      …. In Germany!


  38. MarkyMark says:

    Public sector is struggling …

    New government transparency data has revealed the highest-paid diversity officer in the public sector is making just as much money as the Prime Minister. Raking in £160,000-£164,000 a year at the taxpayers’ expense, Network Rail’s Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Loraine Martins, is responsible for ensuring the railway is more “open, diverse and inclusive“. In fact if she does a good job, she can actually earn more than the PM, whose salary is capped at £161,866.

    ….. NHS Is Struggling ….

    Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Programme Manager

    NHS England and NHS Improvement
    Apply on NHS Jobs

    3 days ago£47,126–£53,219 a year


  39. dafydd says:

    BBC starting to take Ukraine seriously..

    Stating PM is returning to London to hold Cobra meeting and cutting short visit to North West .. Boris saying ”The world is on a Precipice ”


    • MarkyMark says:

      “The world is on a Precipice” and Russia holds all the gas and China all the debt!



      • dafydd says:

        ..bit of a cheap shot..

        Have you ever worked for the BBC..!!!


        • MarkyMark says:

          Quite liked the old Boris who would say what he thought – now he’s just waiting to write his book about himself and how he defeated the cake scandal.

          “They have got a brilliant vision to turn Sirte into the next Dubai.

          “The only thing they have got to do is clear the dead bodies away,” he said, before laughing.

          The host of the conference fringe event, Legatum Institute chief executive Baroness Stroud, stepped in to say “next question”, as the foreign secretary continued to speak.#


      • G.W.F. says:

        Error. Johnson only wears either
        1. A high viz jacket

        2. NHS Protective clothing


  40. MarkyMark says:

    Victimhood is on the rise….

    Sir Keir Starmer confirms he had death threats after PM’s Jimmy Savile claim

    Cabinet minister Sajid Javid becomes latest MP to receive abusive ‘Punish a Muslim’ letter



  41. MarkyMark says:

    Writing in 2002, before then-Prime Minister Tony Blair visited Democratic Republic of Congo, Mr Johnson said: “What a relief it must be for Blair to get out of England. It is said that the Queen has come to love the Commonwealth, partly because it supplies her with regular cheering crowds of flag-waving piccaninnies.”

    In the article, he added: “No doubt the AK47s will fall silent, and the pangas will stop their hacking of human flesh, and the tribal warriors will all break out in watermelon smiles to see the big white chief touch down in his big white British taxpayer-funded bird.”

    Mr Johnson apologised for the comments in 2008, during his successful campaign to be mayor of London.



  42. AsISeeIt says:

    Is this the first time the BBC has openly admitted to this?

    ‘Ms Everard, 33, was handcuffed by Couzens as he flashed his warrant card and pretended to arrest her for breaching Covid guidelines.’


    I stand ready to be corrected – if anyone has spotted this admission previously?

    As I recall from reading BBC reports on the case these damning circumstances were carefully obfiscated.

    The present frank admission of these details now come in a BBC story titled: ‘Police officer facing action over Wayne Couzens messages’

    Obscene, disrespectful, misogynistic texts we might presume from that headline?

    Not so much: ‘A senior member of the Police Federation is facing a misconduct hearing for allegedly sharing details of an interview given by Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens. Sgt Simon Kempton is said to have sent messages about Couzens’ first court appearance in March last year.’

    ‘Details of Couzens’ police interviews were read out at his first court appearance at Westminster Magistrates’ Court – but they were subject to strict reporting restrictions’

    There may well be reasons for non-reporting orders in the interests of justice.

    However, this incidence smacks of pulling the wool over the public’s eyes simply so as to protect the reputation of draconian lockdown rule enforcement.

    We’re still not told precisely what it was we weren’t supposed to know about this nationally significant case?


  43. Flotsam says:

    The BBC on lunch time news are yet again peddling the lie that Boris made “false claims” regarding Starmer and Savior.

    Perhaps the BBC should push the false claim that Starmer sat shoulder to shoulder with a Marxist who wanted to dismantle British society. Or that Starmer tried to baulk the will of the people who voted for Brexit. Or that Starmer failed to prosecute Asian grooming gangs.


  44. MarkyMark says:

    Russia provides approximately a quarter of the natural gas consumed in the European Union; approximately 80% of those exports travel through pipelines across Ukrainian soil prior to arriving in the EU. A serious dispute began in March 2005 over the price of natural gas supplied and the cost of transit.


  45. MarkyMark says:

    One doesn’t need the full text of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference into the 2016 U.S. presidential election to know that Russiagate, perhaps the most powerful anti-Donald Trump narrative of the last three years, is dead. But it wasn’t completely pointless: We can learn important things about both Russia and the U.S. from it.

    People who pushed the conspiracy theory are already busy telling their audiences that Trump still isn’t out of legal trouble. None of the legalistic niggling, however, will change the basic fact: A thorough, hard-hitting two-year investigation by a team that can’t be accused of being Trump sympathizers has found no proof of a conspiracy that has dominated U.S. airwaves since before Trump got elected. After this, any further political use of Russiagate can, and will, be deflected with an eye-roll.


    Robert Mueller’s Russia probe cost nearly $32 million in total, Justice Department says


  46. MarkyMark says:

    Why didn’t they all take the Knee?


    BBC News Channel, Friday 23 July 2020

    We referred to George Floyd’s death as occurring during an encounter with white police officers. The officer who knelt on his neck is white, but two of the other three involved are not. (DO NOT USE THE WORD BLACK)



  47. MarkyMark says:

    “It does seem to me that there are two possible causes for insisting to people how you wish to be addressed: the first is narcissism and self-importance and the second is lunacy. –
    The Journal of Psychosomatic Research has published a study suggesting that more than 70 per cent of people with gender dysphoria have had a mental health diagnosis in their lifetime” Rod Liddle

    Shocking Rod, only 70%



  48. MarkyMark says:

    “The destruction of tropical rainforests for conversion to farmland — for meat and crops — must be halted, and reversed,” Blair told readers of the Independent in a question and answer session.

    “This is why I have called for G8 leaders to support efforts to reduce forest destruction and degradation,” he said. “Minimising emissions from agricultural sources will be an important part of efforts to limit climate change.

    He was asked by one reader: “will you (therefore) go vegetarian and lead by example?”

    Blair replied: “This does not mean the world has to give up meat.”



  49. StewGreen says:

    So the incident where one guy shouted “Savile” at Starmer has been weaponised
    Today’s Times article makes out Alex Belfield inspired it
    by putting up a video where Belfield speaks no words.

    The article seems written with Labour front group The Campaign for Countering Digital Hate
    “CCD is the vehicle founded by Starmer hireling Morgan McSweeney and Angela Eagle’s scriptwriter,” ( Kirsty McNeill)
    ” At the time of incorporation, 19 October 2018, the organisation’s only Director was Morgan McSweeney – Keir Starmer’s ex- chief of staff.”

    “which shares its address with Labour Together in East Finchley, London. According to its website, the CCDH’s only patron is Rachel Riley”

    Thread… https://twitter.com/PhillipsBarrie/status/1453033073440870401


    Meanwhile Belfield explained the 2 attacks, in his live show over the weekend
    This bootleg is in 2 parts cos of a disuption in the room
    He quotes this msg he sent to the Times https://twitter.com/celebrityradio/status/1493189227743522818
    (He probably won’t get anywhere as defamation costs too much in the UK)

    Part 2 .. https://youtu.be/-yzXOP4sH-0


  50. StewGreen says: