Start the Week 9 May 2022

The 9th marks the end of the Great Patriotic War for Russia. So is this the day Putin declares formal war? Over to you …

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  1. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    You would think that Starmer, being forensic, would have been able to understand that his party shenanigans would come out sooner or later.
    I bet the growler was cursing him going on and on about boris’ party knowing that she would also be found out.


    • Up2snuff says:



    • Doublethinker says:

      But he thought that he was in a safe crowd of Labour members who wouldn’t spill the beans,unlike Boris who was surrounded by , even mislead by, a crowd of leftist civil servants who wanted to take him down. It was only chance that someone passing videoed beer gate on their phone.
      Additionally Starmer knew that Durham police were in Labour’s pocket . Again unlike Boris where Kahn controlled the met and forced them to investigate and issue fines . Does anyone believe that Starmer will be fined by the police in Durham?
      Thirdly Starmer knew that the MSM wouldn’t carry the story for months on end and would probably be able to suppress it even if it did break. Is this story being pursued by the BBC et al with anything like the same vigour that Partygate was?


  2. Sluff says:

    Oh, how sweet.
    At the BAFTA TV awards, all the entitled millionaires cheered at the proposition that Channel 4 should not be privatised and that the BBC should be preserved.
    Gotta keep the money flowing…….


  3. Deborah says:

    Did anyone post on the previous thread about the new Dr Who? It is just so predictable that it is tedious. It is obvious that all the press releases mentioned his colour. The BBC just cannot understand that his colour should be irrelevant.


    • taffman says:

      Yep .


    • Zelazek says:

      On “Reporting Scotland” tonight, they made a big thing of him being a Scot. The fourth Scot to play the Doctor, after Sylvester McCoy, David Tennant and Peter Capaldi. They were well into the report before they mentioned he was the first black guy to play the part. They said he had had a hard life. He faced genocide in Rwanda and then racism in Scotland, the latter horror obviously being on a par with the first.

      I haven’t watched Dr Who regularly since Tom Baker days but I occasionally tune in just to laugh at both the flagrant and the subliminal woke messages. Last time I saw it the show was gayer than Sodom and Gomorrah on a Saturday night. This new guy is clearly going to find himself being the conduit for a whole torrent of progressive pap about his race. Maybe there will be a story about Gallifrey’s racist past when bad white Gallifreyans enslaved good black Gallifreyans. Or when there was segregated seating in Tardises. Or when affirmative action was introduced at Timelord College.

      Self-respecting actors should not allow their art to be hijacked for propaganda purposes. But few of them seem to know the difference between art and propaganda these days.


  4. BRISSLES says:

    Has Marky Mark’s battery died, or has he gone away for the weekend ?


  5. Nibor says:

    BBC Radio 4 12.30pm
    The Place For Hungry Minds .
    Well done BBC , a programme without bias . Informative and entertaining .
    Can you do more ?
    No .
    Im not all that into Northern Irish politics but one thing stands out .
    Sinn Fein can be absolved from any atrocities .
    But compare that to any ( in the BBCs eyes ) a so called right wing political party . Like the French elections .
    Obviously anyone , any party , any movement who starts from a more right wing politics who is not approved by the BBC and its likes is deemed beyond the pail and cannot be reformed ( to them ) .
    Dont forget we had New Labour . Can we have new Front National ? Even under a different name ?
    No , the left/progressives / anti Britain / anti English are given a free pass but a libertarian/right wing organisation , or individual , must flagellate until he`s seemed safe to refer to by the BBC .


  6. Eddy Booth says:

    I’m looking forward to the WW2 victory parade in Moscow tomorrow.
    BBC’S finnest will be spitting indignation and intolerance.



  7. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    I’ve just failed to repost the 2000mules link that Tomo gave us re the stolen US election.
    It is an hour and a half long and needs to be watched carefully from beginning to end. The result is confirmation for any rational person that there was corruption on a massive scale (even more than I thought) and that Trump did win the election.
    I’ll try again later.


    • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

      Nope. I can’t get the link to work. I hope someone posts it again.

      I can’t recommend it highly enough. If you watch 2000 Mules you will not only see how the voter fraud was carried out but you will realise just how corrupt and downright dishonest and evil the current US administration and Democratic Party are to allow this to happen and to blatantly deny it afterwards. It’s chilling. It could well happen to other Anglosphere countries if the honest citizens don’t keep a close eye on the voting system.


  8. Flotsam says:

    Starmer is the author of the current difficult Political situation in Northern Ireland, in part. As cheerleader for Remain and “the second vote”, he helped to weaken our negotiating position with the EU who were delighted to be negotiating with a divided enemy. The result was that the tricky border situation in NI became a great bargaining chip for them hence the unsatisfactory NI protocol.
    In fact Starmer and his chums did their best to derail Brexit hence many unnecessary concessions were made.


  9. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – celebrate 9th May, celebrate live – Lyse Doucet is back from her 5/6/7/8 weeks of hols

    They do like their holidays at the BBC but please bear in mind that Lyse is the BBC’s Senior Foreign Correspondent as well as visiting Professor at the Dame Celia Vowelstrangler’s School of Mispronunciation.

    Merry You Poll (or not, if you are Boris Johnson or the DUP)

    Lyse talks to James Waterhouse, also in Ukraine, another BBC Correspondent. BBC talks to BBC and we are allowed to eavesdrop. Whatever happened to vox pops?


  10. andyjsnape says:

    bBC report on Saint Attenborough


  11. Flotsam says:

    Starmer’s relentless attacks on Boris, partygate etc seems strange in the light of beer/currygate. You would have thought that he would have recognised his potential vulnerability and eased off a bit
    I believe he carried on regardless for what I suggest are three main reasons:

    1) Simple arrogance.A feature of his personality (lack of)

    2) As a Barrister and part of DPP he is used to questioning and accusing others of crimes and lying. No one ever questions a Barrister do they?

    3) There is a standard technique in the legal world much used by the legal profeesion. It’s called lying


    • Peter Grimes says:

      And Der Sturmer’s defence/attack team comprises both Lieutenant Colonel Lady Nugee and Blair’s fixer in chief, Lord Goldsmith.


  12. Fedup2 says:


    Just another easy Bee Lady interview with a Labour MP – someone called Wes streeting – very aggressive and rolled over the dizzy bee lady who can’t be bothered – or instructed – not to put labour on the spot over the beer / curry gate hypocrisy ….
    ….. it’s a lesson in deflection labour reporting the waste of PPE and taxpayers’ cash whilst starmer is in his bunker with his ‘legal team ‘…. No doubt exploiting leaks from friendly civil servants in Durham plod ….

    Funny how the approach of the BBC to labour is so restrained compared to the onslaught nut nut faced ….


  13. JohnC says:

    Nigeria’s Looty seeks to reclaim African art in digital form

    What a completely bizarre article. A story written by a kidult for other, like-minded idiots.

    ‘.. Chidi, a Nigerian creative designer and founder of Looty, who declined to give his surname because, he said, he wants people to focus on his project and not his person.’

    Wrong you gullible, woke BBC cretin. It’s because it’s a scam.


    • TrickCyclist says:

      I am sure you are right, it says the writer of that article is a Nigerian novelist and they bang on about the value of nonfungible tokens (NFT) such as Jack Dorsey’s original tweet selling for $3m last year. They totally fail to mention the well known fact that it resold at auction last month for less than $10,000.
      Edit: BTW, I remember the last time I passed through the British Museum’s African collection – I was on my way upstairs to look at the Japanese stuff.


    • Banania says:

      Nigeria? Frauds? What are you saying?


  14. Jeff says:

    There’s a very wise old adage that says, people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. It would seem that Sir Beer Starmer has been doing lobbing bricks while residing in a veritable Crystal Palace,.

    Like most sane people I couldn’t give a stuff if Starmer was quaffing beer and curry all night, but he is definitely “guilty” of rank hypocrisy and even worse…he’s been found out.

    It’s delightful to watch Labour members who were absolutely obsessed with the puerile matters of parties and cake and calling for Johnson to resign on a daily basis, now saying, “Oh, for Heaven’s sake, there are far more important things to talk about than beer and curry.” Oh yes!

    Sir Beer Starmer your credibility has gone.

    You’ve been hoist by your own petard…


    • Fedup2 says:

      I reckon there are more ‘events ‘ at which these red Labour people breached the covid rule they voted into law – it will be tricky for Durham plod to avoid whitewash allegations when they decline to issue tickets / questionnaires ….

      ..this might drag on for a while and labour must be praying for a substantial event to take the residue of public interest in this away – as with the BBC of course …

      I saw that some award thing happened ? Did anything worthy win ? ( actually – don’t bother – lost interest when I wrote this )


      • BRISSLES says:

        Fed, apparently so. Diversity at its best, where most of the population haven’t a clue who they are, well, apart from Bill & Ben who have no competition. I only gleaned this info from the internet, never watch these self congratulatory shows.


    • jazznick1 says:

      Yes Jeff.

      Heard Andrew Fleming on ‘Toady’ this am describing Starmer’s cancellation of his speech at IoG today.

      He said that “beergate” was not a name that had really ‘caught on in the public’s mind’ but that Starmer would feel that all the ‘oxygen in the room’ would be taken away by the tiny ‘beergate’ revelations and that his ‘strategy’ (whatever it is) would be overshadowed by that, so he cancelled.

      So, not running away then ? Glad that’s sorted out.


  15. Guest Who says:

    OT, but a BBC/Print combo beckons…


    Ukrainian refugees have been placed with unvetted hosts and in unsuitable homes because the government has yet to give councils any funding for vital safety checks.

    Hosting arrangements under the Homes for Ukraine route are already breaking down, as it emerged the required DBS background checks are not always being done before refugees arrive in the UK.


    Surely not in Wandsworth, now flush with cash as it hires legions or jobsworths to tick boxes on racial criteria as the gas meter fizzes outside?

    Maybe Dr. Rosena could add to her CV, or swap the tv studio gig one as it seems less crucial in her overworked schedule?


  16. Guest Who says:

    You can take the award winning bimbo out of the bbc, but…


    • StewGreen says:

      The claims Susanna’s Reid ambushed Boris with about activist Elsie Hall -Thompson
      (I wouldn’t use the term “Labour activist” )


      ITV’s top brainy weatherman believes it’s all true

      People got the true info from “The now-deleted Age UK page”
      “Note also that the Good Morning ITV article (YouTube) is edited, deliberately misleading and that comments are turned off. Boris quipped about the bus because he was struggling to get a word in edgewise! “


      • Kinell says:

        At least the Sun has got he’s hat on now so she can stay at home.


        • BRISSLES says:

          I only have one meal a day ! have done for years, so its hardly something to throw hands up in shock horror – I get up too late to have an early breakfast or lunch lol !


        • Fred Stubber says:

          Yes, the sun has got his hat on. In fact he’s been tanning n words ( edited by Fed – no offence ) out in Timbuktu.


      • JohnC says:

        I’ll take your ‘stays on the bus all day’ GMB lie and raise you to a ‘I never used the toilets’ BBC lie.

        ‘I’m trans so I’ve never used the school toilets’

        And the creme-de-la-creme of this typical BBC/Leftist agenda based diarrhea for me is:

        ‘And if I go in the disabled bathroom then I feel like I am taking it from other people who need it more than I do.’

        I wonder who that school caters for if there is a constant queue for the disabled toilet.

        Unfortunately there is no author given so I can’t check twitter to confirm it is another clueless 25 year old female that the BBC took on and now need to give something to do.


  17. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2 – what, another one? Absence makes the mind go wander.

    The post 6 a.m. Business segment sees Sean Farrington (the previous ‘new’ one) replaced by Felicity. Meanwhile, Simon Jack BBC’s Business Editor, is apparent by his lack of apparentness along with Faisal Islam, BBC’s Economics Editor, who like Simon is just like the Cheshire Cat grinning because of the huge salaries they receive in return for prolonged absences: Top Cats who appear to do very little in return for their likely £250,000 salaries.

    Further examples of the BBC’s profligate waste of TellyTaxpayers’ money.


  18. Rufus McTest says:



  19. taffman says:

    “Scotland ‘cranking up’ towards second referendum – SNP”
    Threatening to throw their true independence away to be governed by the EU dictatorship .
    Will the EU allow it to join the union?
    How will Scotland defend itself ?
    What monetary unit will it use ?
    Will they have a border with the rest of the UK?
    Will they pay the telly tax ?
    Questions , questions so many questions ?
    Al Beeb and the EU are so excited with anticipation.


    • Doublethinker says:

      I am sure that the EU will find a way to welcome an zIndependent Scotland and to inflict as much damage on the RUK as possible. To Macron and Brussels it would be an irresistible opportunity to demonstrate the pain that the EU can inflict on any country which crosses it.


  20. Foscari says:

    ” I am a Dalek . IG wat a c**t ” I guess I will let
    you work it out.


  21. taffman says:

    “Eurovision: How the song contest is bringing Europe together again”
    Let’s be honest , its a joke and waste of time and money.


    • Guest Who says:

      Not funny any more. Though the Will Ferrel one was.


    • Deborah says:

      I see Eurovision as the people who ‘work’ at the BBC to get a free holiday somewhere in Europe – although haven’t some countries further afield now been able to join – so holidays can been even more exotic.

      What it certainly isn’t about is bring countries together (What? We once sang in the same competition, didn’t vote for our friends and now won’t fight each other? Tell that to the SNP or Sinn Fein). Nor is it about good music. So the holidays it is then.


    • MarkyMark says:



  22. AsISeeIt says:

    Been there, done that, bought the T-shirt
    By hook or by crook edition

    They haven’t seen him take on a single Dalek, Sontaran or Cyberman as yet, but the left-leaning ‘i’ newspaper straight out of the blocks reckons the BBC have discovered a: ‘Dazzling new Doctor Who‘ – such confidence.

    The chap himself is more reticent: ‘Ncuti Gatwa “a bit scared” to take Time Lord role‘ (‘i’) – I know how he feels, as a small kid I often used to have to hide behind the sofa when the monsters appeared. Now I’ve taken things to extremes… and cancelled my TV licence.

    Speaking of negative audience reactions… we’re agreed that reading these modest daily press reviews hereabouts with their satirical anti-BBC-led-mainstream-media-leftist-bias twist is a purely voluntary pastime, right? Don’t like it? You can always take a leaf from Dionne Warwick’s song book and Walk... scroll (?) On By.

    No one is strapped to a dentist’s chair with their eyelids clamped open – Clockwork Orange-like – and force fed. Phew, that’s got that bit of any other business out of the way and hopefully cleared the air… like some soft summer breeze.

    The ‘i’ draws our attention to our apparent: ‘…strange obsession with celebrity court cases‘ – one assumes they refer to the on going Johnny Depp – Amber Heard drama. A cross between an episode of Perry Mason and Cat On A Hot Tin Roof.

    I’m not sure the ‘i’ is being quite fair with the public – it is the media which has determinedly force-fed us (bearing in mind my proviso above) this particular battle of the sexes psychodrama. I’m on board with the much-maligned roguish Captain Sparrow, by the way – if I had to pick a side.

    In fact, I was far more intrigued by the Ghislaine Maxwell case and would have enjoyed the same sort of in-depth televised wall-to-wall coverage there. The cross-examinations, the objections, the over-rulings, the insults, the exhibits thrown around… and that was all before they got to court. Sadly, not a single additional name appeared in the Ghislaine Maxwell case – no shit-the-bed memorable moments from that at all. Funny that.

    Speaking of the battle of the sexes…

    Bryony Gordon in the Telegraph advises: ‘Separate beds make for a happy marriage

    The Times takes up the same theme: ‘Couples beware. What not to watch on TV together

    The giveaway Metro celebrates: ‘Bono in Kyiv. We’re with U2‘ – meanwhile Zelensky (pick your favourite spelling there) is pictured frontpage in the freebie advertising sheet wearing what we take to be his tour T-shirt emblazoned “I’m Ukrainian” (English spelling, natch)

    – I’m gussing, in the way of these things, the back of the shirt reads: EU accession dates: France, Italy and Germany (plus other minor venues) 1957; UK 1973 (cancelled); Greece 1981; Spain 1986; Finland 1995; The Eastern Bloc 2004; Rumania 2007; Georgia & Ukraine 2008 – both gigs delayed due to unforseen circumstances; Turkey – yet to be announced… due to Brexit… Covid… Climate Change… anything but islam?

    The man coaching the sky blues senses bias: ‘Guardiola: The country is against us. Title race mind games as City manager says everyone wants Liverpool to win‘ (Telegraph)

    I think he has a point. A little birdie told me that they wouldn’t say there was bias… but as they drove past the VAR Hub at Stockley Park they noticed several Liverpool flags in the windows.

    The left-leaning ‘i’ assisting the BBC and Channel 4, apparently has more points to make up than Liverpool FC – by hook or by crook: ‘Comer is Baftas queen. Leading actress among awards dominated by public service broadcasters


    • Guest Who says:

      If the i finds that strange, the pervasive nature of supposed ‘news’ stories and tab Twitter handles with ‘Celebrity’ appended will blow their tiny minds.

      Dr. Jill’s shots of hubs’ separate bed will be interesting. Maybe to a chorus of ‘Are you going to wait forever?’ wiv Bonio?



    • Fedup2 says:

      Asiseeit- you do us a service researching and composing these daily summaries – and sometimes its a useful reminder of the likes of Ms Maxwell – and the list of passengers on the lolita express which has yet to reach public view.
      And the life expectancies of ms maxwell is always in question …,


    • MarkyMark says:

      Bryony Gordon in the Telegraph advises: ‘Separate beds make for a happy marriage‘

      Islamists have 10 wives – do they all get a bed?


  23. Fedup2 says:

    Colin Brazier – of GBNews fame – reminds us via twitter that there is a VE parade here today – but its in the Channel Islands …


  24. micknotmike says:

    Big oohs and aahs on the bbc breakfast news this morning, for some reason Bonio ( Oh look a bandwagon) is over in Ukraine singing with some soldiers. Have they not suffered enough?


  25. Flotsam says:

    On a more serious note:

    Keir Starmer was DPP for five years and got Knighted for it. Now we see Starmer revealed for what he is, it makes me wonder regarding his probity as DPP and as a defence Barrister. How much manipulation and lying went on as DPP? And as a defence Barrister?

    People who are fortunately unfamiliar with our “wonderful” legal system will think it is indeed wonderful. I’ve had a number of brushes with the Law in Civil cases on both sides of the fence. I can assure you all that manipulation and lies are the routine stock in trade of the legal profeesion.


    • MarkyMark says:

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

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

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


      • Fedup2 says:

        Marky –
        A large number of the medical mafia got their qualifications overseas – having seen their ‘ quality ‘ and ability to speak engleesh i ve often wondered about the ‘skills’ …. And their negligence is covered by their brethren
        – compounded by a gullible public in need in hospital assuming what they say is ‘ correct ‘…
        Checking references is racist


  26. StewGreen says:

    List of 60 pubs giving £1000 worth of free drinks each TODAY
    by Hull pop star Paul Heaton to celebrate his 60th birthday

    Includes 3 pubs in Hull and 1 in Lincoln


    • StewGreen says:



      • BRISSLES says:

        Oh Stew, that brings back memories ! Back in the 70’s my boyfriend and I had a map of all the pubs in Bedfordshire, – so that was our Saturday night out with mates – crossing 2 or 3 off the list. My little clapped out Beetle covered some miles with inebriated pals – happy days.


        • Scroblene says:

          I hope you visited ‘The White Hart’ in Campton, Brissles!

          My grandfather was the landlord there for many years, but probably before your time!


          • Zephir says:

            My friend lives just down the road from there so I knew it well,not open very often, if at all now.
            But some nice places in Clophill and Ampthill plus the ruined, haunted church in Clophill.


  27. Guest Who says:

    OK, but what about the acting test?


    • JohnC says:

      A gay Dr Who acting stories produced by a gay writer.

      What could possibly go wrong ?.

      I think Ncuti’s own BBC might have got him the part.

      (Ncuti is clearly gay otherwise he would say he wasn’t during the many times he has been asked).


    • Banania says:

      Ncuti? Really?


  28. Guest Who says:

    Using this championship lady to discuss front gardens seems… vile.


  29. Guest Who says:

    Seem perfect for The BBC then, if qualified in that unique way the BBC has.

    If white and male, there is always a Local Democracy ringer gig at the Wandsworth Beacon purging awkward questions about Dr. Rosena’s performances.


  30. MarkyMark says:

    Glaring disconnect between parade and battlefield
    Frank Gardner
    BBC News, Security Correspondent




  31. MarkyMark says:




    • vlad says:

      Mark, I believe you’re contrasting the tough Russian military with our own effete, woke, snowflake recruitment ads.

      The same point was made last year, comparing the Russian and US ads, the latter running a story of some woke, feminist SJW with lesbian parents, in a sort-of mawkish, childish cartoon, I forget the details.

      No wonder Putin thought he could get away with it.

      “Russian Army Ad Makes Woke US Army Ad Look Like a Joke for Kids” – Rubin Report


      • Doublethinker says:

        Good point. The MSM are saying the Ukraine war has shown that the Red Army is a paper tiger. But that is only because it is opposed by determined fighters . If the Red Army comes up against a woke army I think that the result might be very different. The phrase knife through butter comes to mind. The main problem that the Wokist army will have will be coping with all their soldiers who want to return home to mommy rather than fight those nasty masculine Russians.


      • MarkyMark says:


        China promotes education drive to make boys more ‘manly’
        By Kerry Allen
        BBC Monitoring

        Published4 February 2021


  32. Flotsam says:

    Dr Who went forward in time, 50 years. The time travellers found Britain full of aliens and unrecognisable .


  33. StewGreen says:

    “In a now deleted tweet Kay Burley said”
    Pete Waterman had died
    … Is that Everyday misandry ?



    • StewGreen says:

      Look who bothered to reply to the Burley tweet
      and didn’t realise the name was wrong, o also called Dennis Waterman Pete


    • Fedup2 says:

      Thoughts and prayers with anyone dead called Waterman – a red wine moment ? Journalists ? Accuracy ? Politicians ? Accuracy . RIP Mr Waterman .


  34. StewGreen says:

    I missed this that was reported on Guido
    .. “Apr 28
    Daniel Stilitz QC who has now deleted his Twitter account,
    was cited as the ONLY external advisor in Sue Gray’s published summary of her findings
    , credited as having provided “independent advice” to Sue Gray. Hardly Independent then.”

    The account was deleted after people began highlighting his common anti-government anti-Brexit tweets and his support for Labour.
    His chambers is the same as David Lammy an Tony Blair.


  35. andyjsnape says:

    bBC reports
    Putin defends Ukraine war but no hint of next steps

    I’m surprised Putin hasn’t disclosed his plans to the bbc


  36. vlad says:

    Dinesh D’Souza has finally launched his documentary on the massive US election fraud.

    The BBC won’t tell you, so here’s a 6-minute edit. It might be taken down soon.

    Further info:


    • StewGreen says:

      The thing is conspiracies do exist
      but large ones usually fall apart
      cos when you have a large number of people
      and a lot of times passes
      then people usually come forward to confess their part.
      I would expect De Souza to be able to produce quite a number of these people.


      • tomo says:

        He’d be a fool to put the perps out front and centre at the get-go. He can drop more as the inevitable push back progresses. If you’ve watched it – you will know of the blood curdling threats made in the Latino community… – you might even be aware that the threats made aren’t idle ones.

        Look at what isn’t in 2000 Mules

        ❌ The names of the worst offenders
        ❌ The names of the organising 501(c) “Not for Profits”
        ❌ The long distance stuffer itineraries
        ❌ The funders
        ❌ The connections to AntiFa / BLM
        ❌ The Republicans + Democrats who let it happen
        ❌ The jurisdictions where the mandated CCTV didn’t work
        ❌ The connections to organised crime (esp Mexican cartel gangs)

        Robert Barnes predicted this – I don’t have time to revisit Barnes’ statements on the matter – but he absolutely did predict the MO and he has admitted past experience of / involvement in American machine politics in Chatanooga.

        Seriously folks … WATCH IT

        – and if you see something else that’s missing… drop a comment 🙂


        • vlad says:

          Agreed. But I have a question: the GOP is a large, well-funded, well-connected organisation. Why haven’t they put together a complete dossier of the many facets of the election fraud, with irrefutable evidence? Instead it’s left to individuals like D’Souza who do their best, but without the massive clout, means and influence of the Republican Party.


          • tomo says:

            Two things

            Never Trumpers

            I think we must all have met people by now that have something resembling a seizure / apoplexy at even the merest hint of Trump – let alone saying the name. I know a couple of people who are utterly and irrationally triggered by DJT and descend into spluttering hate filled rants at anything to do with the man. The MSM (BBC get a medal there) did a real job on DJT – a number of my acquaintances are simply + completely irrational about “that man” and won’t consider that they’ve been manipulated – so strong is the hate….

            There is also Trump the outsider – who “stole” the elite’s toys. Trump’s team wasn’t filled with unalloyed best in class lieutenants and the career bureaucrats with a few exceptions regarded him as an upstart to be obstructed. The procession of backstabbing REMFs who leaked, lied and conspired against the administration – with seeming impunity is a long one…

            Here’s hoping that multi-Petabyte trove of data and the outstanding thousands of hours of CCTV FoI produce more of the same….

            ❌ How did the travelling stuffers evade cornavirus regs?


        • vlad says:

          tomo –

          x The role of Soros

          x The role of Zuckerberg


    • Banania says:

      This was working just now


  37. StewGreen says:

    R4 Drama now ..a repeat from 1 year ago
    Those evil Tories have botched PPE, but Jolyon Maugham’s Good Law Project saves the day.

    Union Jax the patiotic cake company are recruited to provide PPE
    The amazed young executives point out that their expertise is more in the line of cakes and biscuits in the shape of London landmarks or marzipan models of the Royal Family.
    Shouldn’t they be using people who know about this stuff?
    But Eugene assures them that this government doesn’t do things the way they’ve always been done. They think outside the box.
    But as deadlines draw near and Union Jax discovers itself way out of its depth when it comes to PPE,
    the Good Law Project comes calling.
    Exactly why have millions been spaffed on these neophyte incompetents?
    And, awkwardly, neither Stuart nor Jacqueline can provide a credible answer.

    Government caller ‘Yes your website says you supply Party Masks but we want to use you as a supplier of surgical masks’


  38. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #1 – the Mind your Language edition

    Jonny ‘Dis con nect ed’ Dymond was in charge as the Montacutie is taking an even longer long weekend than usual away from the BBC. Bluebottle type voice: “Thinks – I would like a job like that, paid lots of money for working three days a week. Euuuaah. Further thinks, I could afford to buy a whole pound of acid drops and then all the girls in the playground would crowd around me. Teheeee!”

    Jonny pronounces ‘tSerguy’ immaculately without hesitation, repetition or deviation unlike some or even many of his BBC colleagues who insist in pronouncing ‘tSerguy’ as Sir Gay.


  39. Halifax says:

    As I have reported before.
    Its standard BBC practice to put the picture up of the victim if its a BME perpetrator. If it’s a women that’s been killed by a white man then his picture I’s front and centre.

    Here is another example.

    My condolences to this lovely ladys family and friends.


  40. theisland says:

    Kate Hoey will be on the Mark Steyn Show tonight.


  41. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #2 – the More Mind your Language edition

    When are (i) rules rules and (ii) guidance is not a rule? When it is the Conservative Government and the PM in the case of (i) and the Labour Party and its Leader & Deputy Leader in the case of (ii). The BBC has got itself into a slightly awkward position over the ‘Partygates’ or ‘Partygate’ and ‘Beerandcurrygate’. It has been going after the Prime Minister and the Government hell for leather for nearly a year so the BBC now needs to make itself appear rather more neutral. Expect plenty of ‘Beerandcurrygate’ from now on.

    BBC attention is therefore switching to ‘Beerandcurrygate’ as the BBC really desperately seeks to make itself appear impartial and so Jonny ‘Disco nnected’ Dymond introduces the word ‘guidance’ to make Sir Keir Starmer’s and Angela Rayner’s rule breaking appear subtly different to the PM’s rule breaking. And all this while the police investigation is ongoing and can be influenced. Hhmmmn.

    A cunning plan of which Baldrick would be proud. Methinks the BBC speak with forked tongue.


  42. StewGreen says:

    PAP seems to expose gropey cops everyday
    This time a Humberside Police PCSO has been jailed.


  43. Fedup2 says:

    On the twitter Elon musk just said chocolate milk is really nice – 131 000 upticked it .. so far ..

    .. I wonder what Some people would do without the www?


  44. Thoughtful says:

    One of the first casualties of the rise in worldwide gas & oil prices is Sri Lanka which has effectively run out of gas for cooking with what little they do have being reserved for industry and hospitals.

    Societal breakdown has been happening for a while but it is of course becoming worse.

    In the UK we probably won’t run out of gas but people won’t be able to afford it as prices skyrocket ever higher, and one of two things must happen. Bills won’t be paid and users will be cut off, or they won’t use it voluntarily.

    What then? Will we begin to see social unrest as people go hungry and freeze? It is a distinct posibility now we have imported millions of foreigners more ready to resort to violence than the supine British stiff upper lip population.


    • Fedup2 says:

      So let me get this right – sky is carrying a story that is Kier QC DPP gets a ticket he will resign .

      No pressure on the durham lefty plod then …


      • Eddy Booth says:

        Drama queen!
        I guess drinking beer, wine, eating takeaways, cheese platters, cakes etc, Is just part and parcel of a normal ‘working’ day for our glorious leaders.


        • Scroblene says:

          “Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner tonight also promised to fall on her sword should she be penalised over Beergate”

          Bloody Hell!

          This table-ending lark is getting really interesting, isn’t it!


    • Fedup2 says:

      Ive been trying to ‘ game ‘ that one -and if EON EDF pull out of the UK market how does that work ?


  45. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    RIP Dennis Waterman.

    I think Minder is one of the all time tv greats along with the likes of Fawlty Towers and Auf wiedersehen pet.

    There’s a film I saw him in from 1968 which I can fully recommend to you all.
    Up the Junction.
    Lots of well known faces from that time plus an excellent soundtrack by Manfred Mann.


  46. Fedup2 says:

    No – i prefered ‘ the sweeney’ to think that all the main players are gone now . …


  47. Fedup2 says:

    Starmer press conference – 24 hours of rehearsal – threaten plod to resign if offered a ticket – which by the sound of it – his legal team has factored in

    Enjoy the State opening Kier …


  48. vlad says:

    You gotta feel sorry for Ukraine, all those publicity hungry politicos flocking in for photo ops; the latest being Jill Biden and Justin Trudeau. As if the poor Ukrainians aren’t suffering enough.

    Interesting to see Jilly standing up for Ukraine’s borders while husband Joe can’t be bothered defending America’s (all those yummy illegal Hispanic voters pouring in!).

    Aldo interesting to see Trudeau there. He actually has more in common with Putin, seeing imaginary Fascists everywhere – for example all those Nazi truckers.

    And, like Putin, he also clamps down on free speech and civil liberties when it suits him.



    • theisland says:


      • MarkyMark says:

        Canadian PM Trudeau Shares Call to ‘End White Supremacy’ After Somali Refugee’s Terror Attack { 02oct2017}
        ‘Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to news of a Somali refugee’s terrorist attack in Edmonton by sharing a call to “end white supremacy” and insisting “our diversity is our strength.” ‘

        … earlier in the same Universe …

        Trudeau (I’m a feminist) hails “ (Muslim) sisters upstairs” at sex-segregated mosque


  49. s.trubble says:

    The true face of Scottish Nationalism revealed as our own “ginger growler) aka wee Krankie hails the inroads made by Sinn Fein/Ira in Ulster.

    Papal Knight, Anthony Blair – the dark source of Scottish Devolution.

    There needs to be a better strategy developed to make it deeply unattractive to leave the most successful union in history.


  50. StewGreen says:

    Media have a habit of using these quick EXTRAORDINARY gotcha claims
    that MIGHT be true make a good story
    Then you have to spend 6 hour down an internet rabbit hole checking if the claim is true
    .. when actually it should be up to the media who make the extraordinary CLAIM to show the extraordinary EVIDENCE
    Instead of backing their claim with evidence they are apt to hype it with rhetoric.

    I cite the case of “rich” profesional activist Elsie allegedly spending all day on London buses to stay warm
    And the idea Paul J Watson should be cancelled co someone has a 27 second sound clip, that could be him, from some unknown past time, and unknown context.


    • StewGreen says:

      These #MightBeTrueStories are attractive to media
      but they are a form of disinformation, that mis-portray our world

      They are only “information”, if the full proof is supplied.


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