149 Responses to Weekend 16 April 2022

  1. Nibor says:

    I like the way the BBC interviews all the dogooders who say the Rwanda plan for the bogus asylum seekers won’t work and that it would be cheaper to house them in five star London hotels .
    The Beeboids don’t ask why ?


    • StewGreen says:

      Catchup links to most recent posts on previous thread
      page 4 started 9am on Friday
      page 3 started 12:30pm Thursday


    • Scroblene says:

      Nibor – The UK could use the money to just pop over to Dunkirk, pay the traffickers a few quid and give them some vouchers to get the illegals off to Rwanda sharpish and cut out the English Channel nonsense!

      Our South Coast would be so much nicer without having to cope with a lamentable use of the lifeboats and border farce.


    • NCBBC says:

      Rwanda plan – Its not a plan but a subterfuge to get bad TV images off the screens. Most of the ones taken to Rwanda will find comfortable accommodation, and in the fullness of time, a legal permit to enter the UK, and a plane ticket.

      In effect Boris Johnson is accepting the EU policy to scatter asylum seekers throughout the EU by a roundabout way. We are therefore still a good EU member. We accept all the AGW stuff and the Paris accords.

      In addition the present US administration has no love for the UK. It wont have taken kindly to Boris upstaging Biden in Ukraine. BJ is supposed to take the role of second fiddle, his rightful place, and not the conductor. Biden strikes me as a vengeful person. This could be another Suez for the UK in the offing.

      The “partygate” issue is thus a good excuse to get rid of BJ, and get another PM who is not as fixed on AGW Climate Change and all the rest of the Green Globalist agenda that comes out of it.


  2. Zephir says:

    According to the adverts, it’s not lifeboats anymore, it’s lifebints.

    And if they could they most definitely would display, but seen unable to recruit the normal efnicks that plague every other advert, funny that.

    Public service and philanthropy obviously does not pay enough.

    And we know for a fact, :-), they are married to white women and actively breeding in every single town, village, farm, remote Scottish island and hamlet in the UK, so where are they ?

    Lifeboats must be racist.

    Off for a country walk today, and no doubt will see many blacks and muslims along the way as usual.

    The dulcet tones of reggae, rap and bangra filtering through the glades.


    • Scroblene says:

      A good chum used to call underpants ‘U-boats’, so I suppose you’re right in that respect!

      I’ve just got back from walking the dog, and only saw two normal British citizens doing the same thing!

      We had a delightful long chat in English, there was no sign of any Norwegians and that awful music they fester the streets with, and the smells were pure British wild flowers, not pot or worse!


  3. Zephir says:

    Looking forward to the fragrant summer scent of skunk weed mixed with meadow flowers as young hoodies with their zombie knives and pimped up rucksacks wander through the groves knifing each other and rustic muslim farmers tarmac the pastures to build yet more quaint breeze block mosques, mobile phone shops and halal slaughterhouses.

    How many gentle flowers grow in an English country garden?
    I’ll tell you now, of some that I know, and those I miss I hope you’ll pardon,
    Daffodils, hearts-ease and flocks, meadow sweet and lilies, stocks,
    Gentle lupins and tall hollyhocks,
    Roses, fox-gloves, snowdrops, forget-me-knots in an English country garden.


    • Fred Stubber says:

      What do we do if we need to use the loo
      In an English Country Garden?
      We pull down our pants and fertilise the plants
      In an English country garden


  4. Guest Who says:

    Blimey, look who they have dug up.


    In 2019, teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg sailed across the Atlantic to speak at the UN ⛵

    Hear the story in her own words on BBC Sounds.




    • Scroblene says:

      Been meaning to ask you Guest, but what does ‘#CCBGB’ mean please?

      (I could make up my own meaning, but that would upset the good ladies who visit this forum)!


      • Guest Who says:

        Zephir has kindly answered in full.

        Coined when the national broadcaster was claiming to be the voice of the people, but where comments were allowed that appeared less than accurate.

        But the presumption of the journalistic classes remains at 11.


    • Guest Who says:

      Last time Mish flew there as the girls had a schedule clash.

      Not this time.

      So brave. Likely an award in it for her too.


  5. Zephir says:

    Comments could be going better….

    A frequest phenomena at the biased bbc as they pretend to represent the views of many people when the opposite is patently apparent from the comments.

    If there is a zeitgeist they are guaranteed to miss it…

    Og course there is also the Cambridge news where they just delete comments, however harmless, that disagree with their woke world. They were banging on about partygate this week and I provided a comment about 10 labour MPs with criminal convictions which was quickly deleted by them, insidious or what..


    • Guest Who says:

      The hashtag #propagandabackedbycensorship was coined to address bbc editorial guidelines where they can’t control the edit.

      They can however block any who do not live in the bubble.

      See Wendy and Springster.

      No wonder Elon is sending them men… even more mental.


    • StewGreen says:

      It’s weird that when you go to libmob forums to comment you have to screenshot your post, to be able to prove that they are censoring.


  6. Guest Who says:

    Bit like becoming a bbc ‘reporter’.


  7. Doublethinker says:

    For he first time since well before Covid I went to the cinema yesterday and saw Mincemeat. I don’t watch live TV and although I know that all adverts are dominated by BAMES I have seem almost nothing of them.
    I was astonished sitting through a solid 15 minutes of adverts at the cinema that white folks hardly made an appearance in any advert. I know that folks on h this site often say you would think we lived in Africa looking at the make up of those on adverts. Yesterday brought that home to me big time.
    Now for the good news. The film itself is OK , not as good as the fifties version , ‘ The Man Who Never Was ‘ but not a bad effort considering all the PC restrictions that apply in 2022.
    One notable feature is the virtual absence of intrusive BAMES . Apart from a few black US serviceman in jazz bans and dancing there were none. The US army was strictly segregated and I doubt blacks would have been allowed in the club.
    For some reason we hit the Sicilian beaches with US infantry rather than British troops . Don’t know why because there were many Brits attacking the eastern end of the island . My uncle was one of them. Perhaps they think it might sell better in America.
    I think 7/10 for the film with a special mention for the lack of BAMES being shoehorned into the script.


    • Guest Who says:

      Mincemeat 2 – The Clive of Kyiv Has Landed, set to be a smash.

      Where a heroic BBC reporter risks all to walk around corridors with a war leader in a set, to fool the enemy, who end up shooting an IRA supporting pol at the end by mistake.

      In Rwanda. On a cooking oil tanker. With cake.


  8. AsISeeIt says:

    For whatever reason – one could speculate, but it’s pretty obvious – the left-leaning ‘i’ newspaper catches the eye and makes top spot in the BBC’s online press round up.

    One presumes it isn’t for that paper’s deeply considered philosophical and theological insights this Holy Week: ‘Rev Kate Bottley. Easter is better than Christmas

    Let’s Pass-Over the mysteries of the ordering of the BBC press review and simply note, that most in tune with the well-know set of BBC Passions will be the ‘i’ headline – an apparent quote from would be illegal Channel crossers: ‘Migrants: we’ll go to UK despite Rwanda threat

    The Guardian comes in a close second to the ‘i’ in terms of their BBC ranking with: ‘Rwanda plan will fail – UN

    Tucked away further down the BBC’s pile of papers we find the Telegraph with their report: ‘Patel faces staff mutiny over Rwanda plan

    So that’s unanimous then; all the important interested parties, or at least the migrants themselves, the supranational organisations and the civil servants, all dead set against the plan. Obviously no one cares what the UK public might want.

    One can’t help but notice that the government is only provoked into such extravagant asylum processing transcontinental gymnastics and acts to placate public opinion in this peculiar way rather than take the obvious approach of returning boats to where they originated for the twin reasons: one, they are too afraid to unilaterally adjust our Blarite-era liberal globalist laws; and two, the French refuse to help whilst enjoying watching our discomfort over the issue.

    As outspoken historian David Starkey likes to point out – all bad ideas derive from France. And so it is – in a round about way – with Patel’s Rwanda gambit. Our Channel neighbour’s, please remember, wouldn’t help take back the illegals when we were in the EU, and certainly won’t help stem the flow now.

    By the way, we did leave the EU, right? ‘Speed limiters set to be fixed in new cars. Devices that reduce power may become mandatory to fall in line with EU ruling‘ (Telegraph) – I wouldn’t worry. In the next few years your private car will either be taxed off the road or reduced to pootling along on battery power.

    One way or another this migrant thing is going to blow up in the Tory government’s face as the summer dinghy season is with us. Now that the issue is all over the frontpages and not just the dirty little secret only noticed and spoken of by people at the tip of Kent and those considering a stay in some regional two-, three-, or four-star hotel, and wondering how come, no matter how unfashionable or how far off the beaten track they may be, these hotels are never taking any new bookings.

    The Guardian has a sudden uncharacteristic care for the poor beleaguered tax payer: ‘The taxpayer will foot the bill, including for the cost of chartering flights to remove detainees, but ministers are not saying how much the programme will cost. Britain has promised Rwanda an initial £120m

    The Times ventures some figures: ‘Each migrant sent to Rwanda is expected to cost British taxpayers between £20,000 and £30,000. This will cover accommodation before departure, a seat on a chartered plane and their first three months of accommodation in Rwanda.’ – sounds steep but this is a public sector operation. Meanwhile in the private realm the Telegraph frets at a mere: ‘£1,000 flights in summer half-term‘ for a ‘budget family break

    Well, you can’t expect great value from the public sector when: ‘Just 2 days a week in the office for civil servants. Exclusive. Mail investigation reveals thousands allowed to WFH indefinitely‘ – no wonder the public sector were so keen on the notion of seemingly endless Lockdowns.


    • theisland says:


      Never was there any official or media criticism of French warships in our waters.


      • Doublethinker says:

        I read in the Telegraph that the civil servants in the home office are opposed to the Rwanda plan and will ensure that it can’t be implemented successfully. To anyone who blames the elected government for all the leftist globalist policies we are subjected to this surely must demonstrate that government , any government , is completely at the mercy of the civil service. If the civil service doesn’t agree with a policy it simply won’t be implemented.

        In the 1970’s during the first miners strike the traitor Heath asked the country , ‘ Who Rules Britain? ‘ , meaning was it the government or was it the unions. The country foolishly chose the unions and that ushered the Winter of Disconntent a few years later which thankfully put the new leader of the Tories , Mrs T, into power.
        Any Tory PM would now in the 2020’s be fully justified in asking the same question that Heath did , but this time meaning , the elected government or the civil service. The answer would indisputably be that the unelected and unaccountable civil service does . We now live in a post democratic Britain. Politics hardly matters we will be going down the globalist liberal pathway whether we voters like it or not.


  9. Guest Who says:

    To be fair, she is prettier than YAB.

    But Femi still nudges on the diversity.

    Maybe she needs to out Champion Ash to score Newsnight?


    • Guest Who says:

      BBC News

      “My wife and sister wept and begged the police to let us take our things – at least let them take the Koran out of the house – but they didn’t listen.”

      Story on bbc week long rotation, now with added #bbcquotes

      This was on here before. Questions were asked.

      To BBC Community Inflamation Editors, the Guidelines are clear: JCB stands for Jesus Christ Backhoe.


    • Guest Who says:

      Her appeal to tv producers is emerging.


  10. Guest Who says:

    Labour raises a question.

    FT raises that.

    Labour raise FT raising it.

    Next, the BBC has a #criticsaresaying with full #1degreeofseperation cover via their fave Remain ‘news’ outlet.

    See how the ‘independent’ media operate now?


  11. Guest Who says:

    His Twitter feeds suggest otherwise.


    • Guest Who says:

      No fleas on him. He has a helmut.


    • StewGreen says:

      Vine got 10 Likes for his reply
      …. Her tweet got 287 Likes

      Her account seems more like a Right wing PR account rather than a real person
      ..some good stuff there.
      Exposing the dancing nurses etc.


  12. Thoughtful says:

    This shouldn’t be of too much concern to us in the UK, but thanks to the horrors of successive Socialist government it is now of massive importance, particularly with this far Left PM:


    • G says:

      I wonder how the, ‘ring of deceit’ is progressing in the backstreets of the muslim ghetto’s. I reported my thoughts some years ago to the fraud department of the NHS but it was ignored.

      The ‘ring’ may work thus: Asian/muslim GP’s prescribing drugs to their Asian/muslim patients and in turn, prepared by the Asian/muslim pharmacies.

      Incorrect prescriptions are issued by the pharmacies which, importantly, leave their premises. They cannot take back the drugs when the errors are discovered therefore not put back into stock. Where do these ‘dumped’ drugs end up? Large periodic parcels posted to Pakistan and such places, complements of the NHS/taxpayer. Look forward to this process stepping up in the months ahead.

      ‘The NHS, The Worlds Health Service’


  13. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    A lot of lefties and do gooders are saying the cost of sending these dingy boys to Rwanda is more than putting them up in the Ritz and suchlike are all missing the point.

    They think 30,000 – 100,000 are going to be sent there each year but the whole point is that when this starts the numbers crossing will drop dramatically.
    In Australia the crossings stopped when they done this.

    The wokies have no argument.
    After a couple of plane loads of the dingy boys have been delivered the message will get through and they will have to find a different Country to go to.


  14. tomo says:

    All too easy to imagine a similar scenario if the BBC went to a subscription model?


    • Guest Who says:

      Certainly explains the BBC Disinformation Unit addiction to Twitter, and blocking anyone who has actual information.


  15. Guest Who says:

    Either Getty is being used on a random basis, or Springster has a new fitness regime.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Having once had a girlfriend with an ‘eating disorder’ (bulimia ?), I can tell you, there is never any joy in going out for a meal with such an individual… we didn’t date for long, and I hate to think what it’d be like for the poor bastards who live with one, but I imagine every shopping trip for groceries is probably hell.


  16. digg says:

    BBC managed to report on MP Robert Jenrick hosting a family from Ukraine. A long article moaning about how hard it was but oddly not once mentioning that he is a Conservative MP. It would have been in the headline if he had been Labour.



    • Guest Who says:

      When family placements are arranged, social services of course try and ensure a mutually compatible fit. Hence Jez still has a team vetting all the ones from the Middle East for odd backpacks. And David Lammy is holding out for a Wakandan warrior Princess. Caroline Lucas wanted a whining blonde woman child, and got one. Now she is not happy. But no one can tell.


  17. tomo says:

    How road protesting works?


    • Emmanuel Goldstein says:

      I think the oil lorries should just drive off together with those protestors who have climbed on to the vehicle still on it.
      They can’t fall off because they are glued on.


  18. Sluff says:

    How the anti-government s***-stirring biased BBC works, part 36.

    The government, in response to the ‘obesity crisis’ and spurred on by various healthcare professionals, often supportively prominently featured by the BBC have introduced rules whereby items on restaurant menus now have to show their calorie content (which by the way will ensure a trend to reduced choice and boring standardisation).

    Guess what ? This has created a new ‘victim group’ !!!!!
    Yes. This morning on Toady was featured the assertion that these very listings of calories will cause anxiety and concern to those reading them who suffer from anorexia and bulimia.

    You can’t make it up.
    The BBC play ‘heads I win, tails you lose’.

    Irrespective of what you actually think about this issue, you must admit this is a glaring example of the BBC’s sole focus on s***-stirring, to the exclusion of any semblance of balance.


    • Doublethinker says:

      All tanker fleets have the equivalent of car washes only much higher ones for their tankers. Drive directly to the wash and on through it. That should ensure that we at least have nice clean protesters on the other side of the washer.


  19. Sluff says:

    Good article in The Times comment section by Lionel Schriver.
    She relates a yougov poll in America comparing people’s estimates of the size of population of various minority groups to their actual size. Here are a few examples

    Black people , estimate 41% of population (actual 12%)
    Asian 29% (actual 6%)
    Native American 27% (1%)
    Hispanic 39% (17%)
    There’s no space left for any white people at all !

    There’s more
    Muslim 27% (actual 1%)
    Gay or Lesbian 30% (3%)
    Transgender 21% (0.6%)
    Vegan or Vegetarian 30% (5%)

    Why do people guess so wrongly? Because this is what they presume from what they see on the liberal left mass media. And here on this website we comment all the time on the ridiculous bias of the BBC and their promotion of these above minorities.

    As Ms. Shriver points out…’the British mainstream media impose the same left wing distortions on the UK. British adverts are chocka with minority actors, while British dramas tend to beatify white characters by putting them in mixed-race relationships…….the cast of Bridgestone does not accurately reflect the population of the country, which is 86% white’.

    She finishes with this hilarious anecdote.
    ‘….recently, I heard of an encounter between a statistician and a black psychotherapist who was consternation that only 3% of his profession in Britain is black. But…errr….the statistician pointed out, only 3% of the UK is black’.

    And the BBC are of course right at the forefront of this deliberately biased deception.


  20. StewGreen says:

    Moscow TV reaction to Moskva being sunk


  21. Sluff says:

    On a calm, warm, sunny day like today…….
    How will the RNLI prioritise between providing a free taxi service to young male, mainly Muslim, economic chancers….err sorry, that should be ‘vulnerable refugees’ …. making it half way across the channel – and indigenous British citizens having a day on a south coast beach and getting into genuine difficulties?


    • Doublethinker says:

      When the invasion started I had some sympathy with the RNLI their job after all was to save lives at sea and the drifting rubber dinghies must have seemed to them to require a response.
      However as time has past they have become willing participants in what is no more than a taxi service and consequently they have lost my respect and any future purchase of their lapel flags.
      The only sensible response by the government is to refuse to allow any boat , life boat or not, to land in any British port, a la Salvini a few years ago.


  22. tomo says:

    A Swiss Army intelligence officer with knowledge of Ukraine has written up his observations…



  23. Halifax says:

    Anyone know when the “Stop The War Coalition” march is planned through London. If anyone has the date or time please let me know on here.


  24. tomo says:

    Complete(?) copy of Jaques Baud’s observations collected and in English translation here:


    Wushin propaganda?


  25. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I recorded Dune on Sky and put it on to watch.

    I lasted about 30 minutes.

    The background noises and sound effects were so loud and the speaking was mumbled and low volume.

    The picture was almost all black with some shadows moving about. It also appeared to be a soft focus.

    There is a scene right at the beginning where some commander appears and I thought he looked like Putin.

    A waste of 30 minutes.

    I’ve decided to watch Angel Face, the 1952 Robert Mitchum/Jean Simmons film instead.


    • tomo says:

      The new Dune or the old Dune?



      • theisland says:

        Disgusting. As @hats_ann says
        “A figure pensioners can only dream about!”

        All welfare benefits should be stopped for illegal immigrants. I’m sure all the gobby do-gooders and enablers would be only too happy to support them indefinitely. Wouldn’t they?


      • Emmanuel Goldstein says:


        The new one.


        • tomo says:

          I’ve seen so many Dune trailers that I was wondering about the bits in between – I felt cheated when I discovered it’s only part1


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Dune – the new one (part 1). It’s boring, too much ‘thundery deep bass sounds’ which make your ears ache, and ‘ginormous spaceships hanging in space, or (very) slowly landing on massive concrete pads’, and it’s not the book, and there’s a bit of wokery going on with casting. E.g. black British actress in place of white male scientist with ‘British accent’ in the book, for example, totally screwing with the plot.

      Dune – the old one (in one part). It’s not boring, in fact, it’s pretty good, but it’s not the book either, not by a million miles.

      Dune – the book (by Frank Herbert), is brilliant, if you haven’t read it… well, more fool you, is all I’ll say, you’re missing out.

      It’s not a book that can be made into a film, nor was the Lord of the Rings trilogy… and nor was it, Peter ‘Fatty’ Jackson created an obscene travesty in three ‘epic length’ movies (of crappy CGI effects and utter bilge), but that’s just my view (and Tolkien’s sons’).


  26. tomo says:

    It’s a stutter


  27. StewGreen says:

    Amazing gaslighting from Remainiac mob on Twitter
    where Truth gets less Likes than activist dogma
    So hyper-partisan activists like Bryant, Soubry, Jessica Simor QC are able to GASLIGHT, tell huge LIES and their supporters clap like seals

    March 30th they were busy shouting Sunak is a liar, by being wrong themselves
    Basically Sunak made solar zero VAT.
    A thing that the EU stopped UK from doing before, whereas the EU only has a PROPOSAL with a target implementation date of 2025

    Bryant’s tweet is still there with a thousand supporters shouting that Sunak is a liar
    27K Likes 8,000 retweets
    A few people call him out

    Soubry also
    So someone calls her out
    .. https://twitter.com/GeoffVader1/status/1508218295262060546

    Simor called out https://twitter.com/AndyJackMorris/status/1506949176046804995


  28. Peter Sausages says:

    Why does the BBC always pick out non white football supporters celebrating when a team has scored???


  29. digg says:

    The BBC have a sneaky way of reporting stories in such a way as to lend support only to one side of an argument and this report into water companies discharging into rivers is a classic.


    They proceed to vilify the lady official from the water company for saying that people should “keep their mouths closed” when they enter rivers.

    The clear inference being that river water is dangerously contaminated by the water companies.

    This is not what the lady said at all as they craftily bent what she actually said… what she really said was that the only safe water to ingest is tap water, and that includes any water anywhere in the World.

    If you ingest any wild water in any scenario you run the risk of ingesting nasty stuff which would obviously include animal and fish droppings, plant material etc.etc.

    They then went in to glorify the water companies usual crew of shrill detractors along the lines of haw dare the water company tell us to swim with our mouth closed if we don’t want to get sick. Instead they need to keep the water clean and not put bad stuff in it.

    Blinkered, biased, full of lies and half truths and poorly researched. So very BBC!


    • StewGreen says:

      “*Fury* over Wessex Water open-mouth swimming comment”

      “Fury” seems a tabloid word
      People are furious about child-rape, not about throw away comments

      ‘I’m mortified’ said Liberal Democrat Vikki Slade added

      So that is how the BBC gets it’s slant. It’s quoting politicians

      BTW I got Hepatitis-A in Ghana it didn’t manifest until I was in Bulgaria where the doctor said it would have come from swimming in the sea at the African village, cos it is one of the bugs that can survive seawater.


    • digg says:

      Just clicked the BBC link again for the above and they have moved the furniture….. some stupid anti quotes from Lib Dem gobshites removed. A better medical explanation of why any wild water is not safe to ingest, etc. etc.

      It would be nice if they could research and report the bloody truth in the first place instead of trying to score lefty brownie points in every damn story.

      No one trusts a liar BBC!


    • brexiteerkent says:

      Cause of increased pollution in our rivers .. The ever Increasing population due to immigration.

      ‘Kicking off’ politician in this article, lib dem .. The party out of all of them that wants the most immigration.

      The hypocritical left contradicting itself as usual ..


  30. StewGreen says:

    Partygate is GASLIGHTING
    why did Paul Brand wait 1.5 years to release the story that his husband who works in the top Cabinet office knew all along ?

    Today’s narrative is that entire population obeyed the rules, whilst their mothers died alone
    yet the Evil Tories were having non-stop parties.
    You couldn’t have given that narrative at the time
    cos people wouldn’t have pointed out there was rule bending all over the place.
    : NHS staff were allowed to gather in large numbers for Tik Tok videos
    : BLM had massive rallies and threw a statue in the harbour
    : The G7 were exempted from the rules in Cornwall
    : COP26 was exempted from the rules
    : Corbyn had parties
    : Starmer had beers with his staff
    : Kay & Beth’s party
    : Indians had huge weddings
    : Muslims had big funerals
    : Gypsies & gangsters had big funerals
    : Black people had a huge beach cookout
    : There were some raves

    I’m guessing the unfined rate was 99.8% ..2 in 1000 got fined

    And the narrative that Downing Street was full of Conservatives partying seems false, it seems most were civil servants.


  31. Zephir says:

    All frswshwater fishermen know about the dangers of leptospirosis from rat urine AKA Weil’s disease

    But the bbc seem ignorant as usual, even unaware of NHS advice:

    Leptospirosis (Weil’s disease)

    Leptospirosis, also called Weil’s disease, is an infection you can get from animals. It’s rare in the UK.
    How you get leptospirosis

    Leptospirosis is spread in the pee of infected animals – most commonly rats, mice, cows, pigs and dogs.

    You can get leptospirosis if:

    soil or freshwater (such as water from a river, canal or lake) that contains infected pee gets in your mouth, eyes or a cut – usually during activities like kayaking, outdoor swimming or fishing
    you touch an infected animal’s blood or flesh – usually from working with animals or animal parts


  32. G.W.F. says:

    Thumbs down from the BBC and the Civil Service over the Rwanda plan. Also from the UN and there is word that the Lords will block it.
    Another bright idea lost.
    Remind me, how many civil servants stood in the last election and how many are likely to stand in the next?


  33. Thoughtful says:

    I believe any questions on radio 4 got very interesting when the Labour loon was told that the plans to ship bogus migrants to Africa was actually Tony BLiars idea.

    I didn’t hear any of this, but from what I gather there was a minor explosion of the Labour loon who simply could not accept reality and argued and argued reality and truth were simply wrong!


  34. Dobyns says:

    Chris Bryant won’t be amused Diane



  35. Richard Pinder says:

    The BBC’s Trusted News Initiative (TNI). A Global version of the BBC’s “Ministry of Truth”. The BBC’s shadowy global censorship & propaganda network with a mandate to identify non-authorised news stories for suppression, and to show a BBC approved version of events.

    In July 2019, the UK and Canadian governments hosted the Foreign & Commonwealth Office Global Conference on Media Freedom, where then BBC Director-General Tony Hall announced: “Last month I convened, behind closed doors, a Trusted News Summit at the BBC, which brought together global tech platforms and publishers. The goal was to arrive at a practical set of actions we can take together, right now, to tackle the rise of misinformation and bias….I’m determined that we use that unique reach and trusted voice to lead the way – to create a global alliance for integrity in news”. The Conference website states that “It is supported by Luminate,” (https://luminategroup.com/) which in turn was founded by the Omidyar Group (omidyargroup.com).

    A global media-wide Early Warning System lead by the BBC and including Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft & Reuters, etc. The TNI rapidly alerts members to dangerous misinformation & disinformation.

    Where did the idea come from? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministries_of_Nineteen_Eighty-Four#Ministry_of_Truth

    The BBC wants Censorship with “algorithmic interventions” to block “Misinformation” and “Disinformation”

    The BBC and its partners in the Trusted News Initiative will alert each other to Lies, Misinformation, Disinformation, Fake News, Hate Speech and Misleading and Dangerous Information. So for instance if someone says “I saw a UFO” or “I saw a Ghost” and its not censored by the TNI, then it must be true. But if someone said “It was a Lab Leak” or “Eric Clapton almost died from the Jab”, and its censored by the TNI, then its not true.

    This is why the BBC thinks that the online “information ecosystem” is “polluted” and that the size of the problem is “unprecedented.” The BBC and other organisations would be looking at interventions “to address misinformation across the media landscape”.

    The BBC wants a vast repressive intervention to censor information that is not “True”.

    This is because everything you read, see and hear on the BBC is “Trustworthy & True” and authorised by the Trusted News Initiative.

    This is how the BBC’s “Ministry of Truth” censors Dr. Tess Lawrie, Ivermectin and Vaccine deaths, etc: https://www.thelibertybeacon.com/covid-19-the-shadowy-trusted-news-initiative/


  36. Scroblene says:

    I really can’t see a problem with shipping illegals out to Rwanda. It’s obvious that our dire civil service are pretty useless at doing anything which means ‘actual work’, and bunging all the ragheads over somewhere nice and warm is a perfect answer to the ‘problem’!

    Limp hand-wringing lefties can whinge all they like but it really is a great idea as no normal British citizens want them here in the first place!

    Mind you, most British citizens don’t want most of the civil service here also, so perhaps they could all go as well!


    • G says:


      “….our dire civil service are pretty useless at doing anything ….”

      Not forgetting that that cadre are mainly foreign imports themselves.


  37. Richard Pinder says:

    The BBC’s Trusted News Initiative is responsible for the suppression of these seven issues:

    Suppression #1: The Source of SARS-2
    Suppression #2: Denial of Early Treatments for Covid
    Suppression #3: The Voices of Dissenting Health Professionals
    Suppression #4: The Record Number of Serious Post-Vaccine Side Effects and Deaths
    Suppression #5: Natural Immunity Stronger than Vaccinated Immunity
    Suppression #6: Worrying Evidence of Pathogenic Priming/ADE
    Suppression #7: The Central Role of Co-Morbidities in Serious Covid Disease



  38. Nibor says:

    I listened to Any Questions as much as I could .

    The Tory woman was hopeless and the GBNews woman defended the Tories more than her .
    David Lammy knew he was with a BBC audience so he was on safe ground . To prove any point he had to make he shouted as though whoever was the loudest was right .

    Most of the audience needed their hands glued together because they clapped at any anti right comment.

    The panel thought all the illegal immigrants should have safe ways to get here , not one pointed out they don’t have a safe route to get here – like boarding a ferry – because they’re ILLEGAL.

    Does a country have a right to protect its borders ?


    • Richard Pinder says:

      The Libtards should not worry that much about dangerous shit holes in Africa, because it isn’t that much more of a shithole than London. Rwanda does have safe areas.

      Population of London = 9,541,000 : 55% Effnic. 45% Nice People in safe areas.
      Population of Rwanda = 12,374,397 : 99% Effnic. 1% Nice People in safe areas.

      Some Hotels in Rwanda would be in safe areas, with some nice white people, to feel protected, from the blacks outside.

      So I hope the Libtards stop this racist assumption that guns & machetes, will be used, in a “Rwanda Genocide-2”


  39. Flotsam says:

    Neil Oliver on GB News, what a revelation. His Political views are very different from what one might expect. He’s Scottish but doesn’t seem to share the Scottish Government views on Covid. I’m not sure if he is a Scottish Nationalist or not but he seems to be very removed from the conventional. He has a strong line on Government control and restrictions on liberty that the SNP espoused. He doesn’t seem to be left wing like many of his fellow history academics. Not what I expected at all.


    • Jeff says:

      Thankfully he’s not a Scottish Nationalist and often takes the piss out of that appalling little troll, Sturgeon.

      Also he’s been really sound throughout lockdown and was critical of the really stringent and occasionally lunatic lockdowns his countrymen had to endure.

      You’re right, he’s a revelation and one of the best people on GB News. I wouldn’t necessarily describe him as “right wing”, I just think his views are reasonable and not dictated by political dogma.

      He’ll never work at the BBC again…


      • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

        It’s not good enough to describe Neil Oliver as not being a Scottish nationalist. The man is proudly British.
        Being a patriotic Scot does not make one a secessionist. A concept with which the BBC has some difficulty.


  40. Thoughtful says:

    As Breitbart reports, the horror show which is Boris the bottler Johnson continues to be as woke as it’s possible to be, by recognising and offering greetings to every single religion save one which he has refused to recognise – Christianity.


    Getting rid of this a**ehole is an absolute priority!


  41. Guest Who says:

    The Springster Effect.

    Presumably this results in more money?


  42. StewGreen says:

    Wokism is maybe on holiday a bit
    I guess cos much of it is rooted in PR.
    Today’s local news had no woke items.
    The presenter White Female, weather WF,
    National presenter Victoria Derbyshire, sports WM, Weather WM.


  43. StewGreen says:

    Trudeau “There are two types of Canadians
    – THE RIGHT SORT ..those who get vaccinated, boosted and boosted etc.
    THE WRONG SORT of Canadians. .Sure you can make choice, but don’t expect to be allowed to mix with the rest of us or get on planes etc.
    … Oh you are from Ukraine ?
    Well them step right onto a plane and come and mix with us in Canada !”
    Video : https://youtu.be/t2G5W8SIpQ4


  44. digg says:

    Bit by bloody bit the truth seeps out of Ukraine… The Ukrainian Nazis (and yes they do exist) have been trying to eliminate all Russian speaking Ukrainian civilians especially in Donetz where they were planning to carry out a bloody and determined elimination policy. Gathering loads of military equipment to do the job. Thus was going on way before the Russian invasion, but our lovely press decided to ignore it.

    Putin saw this happening….

    This is why Putin took action to protect his people.

    This is why he is only targeting the regions where the Nazi Ukrainians are trying to commit genocide.

    This is why he called a special operation and not a full on war.

    He is winning this fight and the world will need to accept that the Ukraine is not the poor beleaguered country they are trying to fool the World with, but a complicated mix of Nazi focused groups and puppet leaders.

    The western press can only see one side if this shit show solely because they have the left wing tendency to view any upright force as alien to their stupid world view.

    The general population of Ukraine are of course left to suffer because of this duplicity by their leaders who seemingly couldn’t give a shit and I include the chief puppet Zelensky.


  45. Guest Who says:

    A good way to ask the nation is via an election.

    Preferably one not with the BBC staff rigging it.

    But even then…


    • Guest Who says:

      Speaking of idiot ex Beeboids gobbing off, Pesto seldom disappoints.

      It is pretty much BBC editorial SOP.


      • StewGreen says:

        Hey Peston, suddenly NOW you people want to question how polling is done?


      • vlad says:

        Funny, Beeboids keep telling us how wonderful Africa is, cradle of civilisation, rich history and culture, Beethoven was black, yet when it’s proposed to send illegal Africans back there they squeal like pigs how inhumane it is.


  46. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I’ve seen this clip of Young Mr Grace in the White House shaking hands with nobody there.

    To be fair, I don’t think he was attempting to shake hands with anyone, he just appeared (to me) to be indicating something with his hand movement.
    I may be wrong but it doesn’t look like a hand shake to me.

    Of course, all the other things he’s shown doing and saying look real enough.


  47. StewGreen says:

    YAF video
    Young America’s Foundation
    Big tech is a willing, enthusiastic participant in the radical leftist ideology.
    .. https://youtu.be/bxhZcLTNrrs


  48. vlad says:

    Not on the BBC: Muslims riot in Sweden.

    “Riots erupt in Sweden after right-wing extremists burn copy of Quran”



  49. Guest Who says:

    BBC ‘News’… raising shizzle stirring questions…

    The death of black man Patrick Lyoya in Michigan after a traffic stop has raised questions about the use of force by police in the US.

    The Public…

    Can a news source report this stuff accurately. The man refused to comply with basic directions.. also driving a car with swapped license plates. Then proceeds to get into a wrestling match with the cop. Then tries to wrestle the taser out of the cops hand or block it.. what did people expect to happen when a person refuses to comply 3 times if not more. Maybe the guy should have followed directions and all of this would never have happened.


  50. tomo says:

    Noticeable that Twitter is subtracting likes from tweets that criticize UK gov Net Zero – both live (in your face) and over time.

    I see that Sir John Armitt (head of the morbidly obese quango The National Infrastructure Commission) demanding all gas boilers be banned forthwith has been getting the treatment.