325 Responses to Weekend 4 June 2022

  1. tomo says:


  2. vlad says:

    Here’s the BBC headline about Whinge and Ginge’s recent photo op at the Jubilee: “Prince Harry and Meghan navigate a tricky return to duty”

    Return to duty?


    That’s one way of putting it.

    Or how about: “Publicity-seeking Meghan makes a desperate attempt to be seen with Royals in pursuit of those lucrative deals with Netflix, Spotify et al.
    She grasps every opportunity she can to be photographed at windows, even winding down her bullet-proof car window despite her alleged ‘fears’ for the safety of her family.”



  3. tomo says:


  4. Eddy Booth says:

    Russian TV interview with Putin.


    “The money supply in the United States grew by 5.9 trillion in less than two years, from February 2020 to the end of 2021 – unprecedented productivity of the money printing machines. The total cash supply grew by 38.6 percent.

    Apparently, the US financial authorities believed the dollar was a global currency, and it would spread, as usual, as it did in previous years, would dissolve in the global economy, and the United States would not even feel it. But that did not happen, not this time”.

    Green agenda:

    “Personally, I believe that many political players in the United States and Europe have been taking advantage of people’s natural concerns about the climate, climate change, and they began to promote this green agenda, including in the energy sector.
    …And at the same time, they began to belittle the importance of conventional types of energy, including, and above all, hydrocarbons.”

    Ukrainian grain :

    “Finally, the easiest way is to transport grain via Belarus. This is the easiest and the cheapest way because from there it can be instantly shipped to the Baltic ports and further on to any place in the world.
    But they would have to lift the sanctions from Belarus. This is not our problem though. At any rate, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko puts it like this: if someone wants to resolve the problem of exporting Ukrainian grain, if this problem exists at all, please use the simplest way – through Belarus. No one will stop you.”


    • Fedup2 says:

      Q How do you know when putin is telling lies ?

      A when he is speaking …..


      • Dickie says:

        I suppose the same could be said about Joe Biden and Boris Johnson. Perhaps you should stop reading, watchng and listening to the BBC!


    • micknotmike says:

      There’s a couple of paragraphs you won’t see cut-and-pasted on to the bbc any time soon. They are very quick to point out that the Black Sea ports are too dangerous to be used for exports. They are not so quick to point out that they cannot be used due to the Ukranian Navy mining the waters to prevent Russian access.


  5. vlad says:

    “Rapper Hypo stabbed to death at Jubilee party in east London”

    A great loss to civilisation, no doubt, but isn’t it strange how violence is drawn to rap like flies to you-know-what?



  6. Fedup2 says:

    Ok – the article below is from a market rival about TALKTV – but it’s still informative

    After giving his damning verdict on the partygate pictures of Boris Johnson, Piers Morgan switched his attention to a meatier subject.

    The motormouth presenter gave a lighthearted grilling to Don Gorske, the world record holder of the most McDonald’s Big Macs eaten in a single lifetime.

    “He’s a true connoisseur of red meat, no vegan or plant-based counterfeit in sight,” said Morgan in a dig at the liberal left, which he recently branded the “new fascists”.

    The segment was typical of Piers Morgan Uncensored, the opinionated news programme launched in April on Rupert Murdoch’s insurgent broadcaster TalkTV.

    With a mix of heavyweight and playful stories, the show not only attacks the woke, but aims to appeal to British, American and Australian audiences tuning in to Murdoch’s broadcasting empire.

    The hope was that the former Good Morning Britain (GMB) presenter’s forthright opinions would challenge the dominance of the BBC. But unlike Gorske’s burgers, TalkTV’s viewing figures are proving difficult to stomach.

    Since launching on April 25, when Morgan attracted an average 316,800 viewers, the picture for TalkTV has been getting gradually worse.

    Just one month later, on May 23, when he interviewed the so-called ‘Mac Daddy’, Morgan attracted an average viewership of just 41,500, according to the TV ratings compiler BARB.

    Such was the slump that his 8pm show fell below Nigel Farage’s eponymous programme on rival start-up GB News, which commanded 57,500 viewers from 7pm. The BBC — Murdoch’s ultimate target — secured 106,300 during Morgan’s slot.

    News UK, the owner of TalkTV alongside the Times, Sunday Times and the Sun newspaper, has sought to deflect attention away from the numbers.

    It has stressed that broadcaster’s growing reach on digital apps like YouTube, and its ability to set the wider media agenda with exclusive stories on Tom Newton Dunn’s show, The News Desk, are its measures of success.

    The ultimate goal, it says, is to amass digital advertising riches from TalkTV’s on-demand streaming service, as opposed to traditional TV advertising revenues.

    Still, Murdoch’s patience with a flagging broadcast performance from his latest TV tilt will not last forever. While he was supportive of Sky when it veered close to bankruptcy in the Nineties — reportedly remortgaging his New York home to keep the business afloat — some of Murdoch’s other misfired operations such as Amplify and The Daily were quickly cast to the fire.

    With Newton Dunn’s TalkTV show bringing in an average audience of just 5,100 viewers on May 23, how long will it be before Murdoch shows his ruthless streak? The answer may lie in whether Piers Morgan — the face of the operation — can turn his show around.

    An industry insider says: “Given the expenditure on the launch with Piers on every bus and railway station, they will be shocked and slightly stunned at how far it has fallen. Piers is now being beaten by Farage — that must hurt.

    “The other shows are barely registering at all. It’s been going down for a while now, and it is only going one way. I don’t think Murdoch will care about the money: he wouldn’t have launched it for that. He will be thinking about the influence.

    “It would be a terrible defeat if they pulled it, so they will keep going for a year or two. What might determine the direction is whether Piers hates being invisible so much that he oversteps the mark in a desperate attempt to get attention.”

    Quick fixes might be needed. Morgan is poised for a break from the channel in the late summer to have a holiday and film a series of true crime documentaries as part of his far-reaching deal with News Corp.

    While News UK sources assure no parallels should be drawn with Andrew Neil’s break shortly after the launch of GB News that ultimately led to his departure, a prolonged period without its box-office presenter could make growth tougher to find for TalkTV.

    What’s more, speculation that Rebekah Brooks has been distancing herself from the channel by telling people that it was not her idea will do little to galvanise staff for the battle ahead.

    One option for News UK might be to launch a takeover of GB News, the Discovery-backed broadcaster. Murdoch was in talks about investing in the broadcaster ahead of its disastrous launch, but opted to put his money into TalkTV instead.

    With GB News’ technical woes more or less behind it, and its shows beating TalkTV in the key evening slots, Murdoch may decide that he is better off joining forces rather than fighting over a small audience.

    Such a move could step up TalkTV’s presence beyond live streaming TalkRadio in the daytime TV slots, given GB News’s wide breadth of shows spanning breakfast to the late hours.

    With TalkTV also mirroring GB News’s approach by simulcasting its TV shows over digital radio, the broadcaster could prove a neat fit with News UK’s wider multi-media strategy.

    Still, not everyone is convinced drastic steps are needed. Tom Standen-Jewell, of Enders Analysis, believes it is still early days and internal changes can be made to turn the venture around.

    “There could be a number of reasons [for its current performance],” he says. “It could be that it is a bit too brash and lurid for British tastes. It could be that it is not actually differentiated enough amid a crowded market of opinion and debate programmes.

    “It might be that the British public doesn’t care about gender neutral toilets as much as Piers Morgan does.

    “They will be in a testing phase and it is not the first TV channel that Rupert Murdoch has launched. He will understand that it takes time to build an audience.

    Standen-Jewell adds: “However, they will be disappointed how the first month has gone viewing wise, but there is plenty of time to turn it around.

    “Mr Murdoch will be thinking longer term, but he certainly won’t hesitate if he thinks the channel doesn’t have a future, to pull the plug. At the moment, he will be focusing more on the product than the viewing figures.”

    An answer might be found in providing Morgan with support. There is speculation News UK may have weighed an approach for his former GMB co-host Susanna Reid in the hope their on-screen chemistry could prove a magnet for viewers.

    Attracting that kind of talent, however, will prove tricky when viewing figures remain stuck in the doldrums.

    “Piers will have had very strong editorial control at the start of TalkTV,” Standen-Jewell adds. “Maybe now they have some viewing figures, executives at News UK can come to him with evidence to say that he might need another presenter to bounce off.”

    Given Morgan’s teflon ego, he is likely to continue fighting even if short-term growth fails to materialise. His break may even give executives an opportunity to rethink their approach ahead of repackaging the show for his return.

    Meanwhile, Jeremy Kyle, the former host of the tabloid talk show, is being backed to bolster TalkTV’s broadcasting schedule in the coming weeks with a new show that will review the news with viewers.

    Ultimately, Morgan will be desperate to prove that he has not bitten off more than he can chew. Yet, further signs of terminal decline may see Murdoch’s finger hovering ever closer to the kill switch.ENDS

    personally I prefer GBNews for all its ‘ weaknesses … the brazier – Farage – Steyn time – 4pm – 9pm is a good antidote to the group think MSM – I listen on the wireless but the interruptions get a bit much …

    I hope all non MSM sources stay healthy and whittle away at the BBC monopoly on view …


  7. StewGreen says:

    Sky’s test match coverage


  8. Beltane says:

    Anthony Gormley, sculptor extraordinary, is to become a German citizen, thanks to the ‘tragedy’ that is Brexit.

    Apparently he’s half-German anyway – so the leap of faith is not quite so awesome – but it might help to explain why some think the Angel of the North looks like a Dornier 215.


  9. Eddy Booth says:

    “Ukraine: Maidstone MP Helen Grant’s son goes to fight in conflict”
    Published11 March

    Ben looking awfully pleased with himself at lviv train station…

    BBC not keeping up with the story.
    Recently his group, Foreign Legion Battalion, ambushed a Russian vehicle, using a German provided missle, blowing it up.
    Another mercenary gets his leg injured and had to be carried away, under fire.
    Ben wearing his GoPro on his head, filmed it all for YouTube.
    All a big lark, except there were humans in the vehicle.
    One being Sgt.Adam Bisultanov, a Chechnian .
    So basically he got all Ramzan Kadyrov’s lunatic Chechen fighters after him now.
    Happy days…


    Russia’s National Guard says Sgt. Adam Bisultanov, the commander of a separate operational brigade of the North Caucasus District of the National Guard, was killed in the “attack” on Russian forces by the “group of mercenaries from Great Britain and the U.S.”
    Russia’s Investigative Committee announced this week that it was investigating Grant for his role “leading” the ambush.

    “He will have to run for the rest of his life,” Komsomolskaya Pravda wrote of Grant, noting that Bisultanov had been born in Chechnya, “where the principle of blood feud or vendetta is not empty words.”


  10. Zephir says:

    Rather strange, sporadic news on the evacuation of Trafalgar Square and a possible controlled explosion

    Nothing on MSM


    • G.W.F. says:

      Police say it wasn’t terrorism.
      Not the far far right or they would have made a big story out of it.
      The Mail
      ”Police carry out a controlled explosion in Trafalgar Square after evacuating public in security scare hours before thousands are set to gather at Party at The Palace
      Trafalgar Square was evacuated this morning, with police clearing the scene
      They carried out a controlled explosion after a suspicious vehicle was found
      Officers were redirecting cars and people were told to get out of the area
      Guests were evacuated out of the The Trafalgar St. James hotel, on the square
      Police said ‘the incident has now been concluded and the square will reopen’ ”



  11. Thoughtful says:


    Charles Nenner a Doctor from the Netherlands, and expert in cycles and in the stock market is interviewed about what is in store for us in the future.
    Remember this is a man who makes his living selling these predicitions for over 20 years and he has a good solid track record of being right. Like many other prognosticators there is not much good news to be had from him save for the global warming cycle coming to an end and no one being ready for the opposite happening.

    He doesn’t just cover financial issues, he is predicting a large scale war somewhere on the planet, and mass civil unrest in America where people will die defending their property.

    He covers many many issues and I reccomend watching this if you want his somewhat apocalyptic vision of the future – just bear in mind that this guy has a good track record of calling it right.


  12. Fedup2 says:

    Thoughtful – i watched it . I cant see ‘dates’ being a ‘ war cycle’. Surely the causes of war are too varied across time ranging from shortages – number of males in the population- to pure cock up such as 1914 ..

    The 8 minute war he refers to is obvious if buttons are pressed . The hardest bit would be stopping it …

    The immediate future is pretty obvious is terms gloom – inflation is ripping up to maybe 15% because states are too slow in raising rates …

    Civil unrest in the States is always predicted but is limited to cities

    The prediction about gold seems fair as its the coming safe haven again …

    But if he is right about a coming war we need not worry as we will be pretty high on the target list and our population density is so high that the urban population will be gone …

    I do wonder though about a new ‘black swan ‘ with putin gone and sanity returning

    Bit sad that he could not advise on what average joes can do to prepare for what he predicts …

    Nor predicting the coming US elections – which will be as fixed as the last one .


    • Thoughtful says:

      He comments about the length of time inflation runs rampant, the rises of oil and gas prices.

      It’s not civil unrest in the US which is predicted but the scale of it and the number of deaths. How long will people put up with criminals stealing everything they have and the Police and courts doing nothing about crime ?

      He asks interesting unanswerable questions on abortion.

      Putin is not the engineer of what is happening, and if he goes another will carry on with the existing foreign policy.

      He does advise the average Joe can do nothing to guard against the scale of what is coming, that perhaps is the most awful thing of all. Some might be able to grow their own food on a smallholding, but he’s saying that it’s going to be a long haul not a short one.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Thoughtful – the abortion paradox has always been there – and opens the wider question of the relative value of life – both human and non human .

        I have no memory of the cuban crisis but i maintain we are in a time far more serious than that with so many more potential triggers for widespread hostility which could happen too quickly for people able to stop them – to stop them .

        Putin reminds me of the mentality Hitler had to give cause for an invasion of poland …


  13. harry142857 says:

    Channel 4.

    Sad news at half time from Budapest.

    Football, Hungary v England.

    “Children joined in with the booing of the England players taking the knee.”


  14. StewGreen says:

    Jools Holland on BBC2
    Photo shows , black rapper, another black rapper, a female american black jazz singer, Leicester band Kasabian who are mostly white.
    Not shown on the pic is another guest London Poet Kae Tempest, who was Kate Tempest, but then decided she’s half male so changed her name
    .. https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/640×360/p0cbgtsl.jpg


  15. Up2snuff says:

    6 p.m. Radio 4 News: Day Seven of the BBC Campaign to get us back into the EU.

    Anthony Gormley the British sculptor who is half German is going to become a German citizen because of Brexit which he thinks is – the helpful BBC then repeats a litany of what Anthony Gormley thinks of Brexit – on behalf of Herr Gormley.

    One less ‘Rejoin’ vote I guess, if and when there is a Referendum. Or will Herr Gormley insist on maintaining his voting rights?


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Mr Gormley might like to keep in mind that Britain, like his sculptures on Crosby Beach, truly is “Another Place”.


  16. taffman says:

    Question Critics : Why does the BBC hate Great Britain ?


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      The BBC does not hate all of Great Britain. It loves Scotland, as expressed by Saint Nicola and the SNP. It loves Wales, as expressed by that Charlie Drake fellow or whatever his name is. It loves Northern Ireland, as expressed by Sinn Fein. It loves London, although it knows of no other cities. It loves events such as Glasto, a musical event featuring beat combo groups for the over seventies, plus the annual Notting Hill Stab’n’Rob Fest. It loves the NHS, although it’s senior staff have private medical care. It loves the Labour Party. It loves ‘New Britons’ i.e. unassimilated immigrants who arrived yesterday and have dark skins.

      However, it does hate a few things about Great Britain. Specifically:

      British history
      British culture
      British achievements
      British institutions (unless they have been wokified)
      The English
      White people
      Women (as in adult female humans)
      People who voted for Brexit
      Working class people
      People who don’t live in London
      Basically, anything not covered in the opening paragraph


  17. Lucy Pevensey says:

    I have been watching the Jubilee events on the Royal Family Youtube channel. I like the method they use. Just the events with no commentary.

    Yesterday as Prince William was doing the beacon-lighting ceremony from Buck House. A bit of a Wokefest. He spoke with a group of school children.

    A group that displayed the current demographics of much of London. Natives the minority.



    • Ian Rushlow says:

      “I say, how spiffing. Grand papa had to travel to those ghastly places overseas to see the natives in their grass skirts, or those awful chaps in the antipodes pulling their tongues and making beastly noises. But now I can simply be chauffered a few miles and get the dreadful business over with in just a few hours”


  18. Guest Who says:

    Not. Enough. Popcorn.

    Meanwhile Femi and Mad Al have eloped.

    Just savouring the knots everyone is tying themselves over Boogate.

    But any doofus trying to infer activists cannot get inspired and coordinated, even spontaneously is… sweet.


  19. Guest Who says:

    Must. Resist. A. Joke.


    • JohnC says:

      She should take a holiday in Indonesia. There are goats everywhere, especially in peoples back gardens !.

      Poor, delicate Anne would be distraught and need councilling if she knew why.


    • Banania says:

      Make her Colonel of the Welsh Regiment.


  20. Zephir says:

    Platinum concert, BBC on a blackfest for last 5 minutes seeking out any and all


  21. Guest Who says:

    Media talking about itself.

    Media pointing out media might mislead media.

    Nick Robinson and… Critics (Magazine or otherwise).

    George Orwell, the professor and the BBC


  22. Flotsam says:

    harry142857, as you say England football were booed by thousands of Hungarian kids for taking the knee. Good on them I say, they seem to have the intelligence and insight to recognise woke nonsense when they see it. If our footballers are so set on worshipping George Floyd perhaps they should send their wages to BLM in America so they can buy some more houses, Mercs and Rolexes.


    • Zephir says:

      And Kane wearing some rainbow sh’t armband on his sleeve should go down well in Qatar


    • Fedup2 says:

      Im sure the BBC microphones didnd pickup any booing – in fact they added a ‘ cheering and clapping track’ just for good measure . Wish id bet on Hungary ..


  23. Tabs says:

    BBC1 had 30 minutes of over hyping the Jubilee concert before it started. I can remember the days when the BBC didn’t make programmes talking about another BBC programme.


  24. Zephir says:

    They already have had Queen and Elbow playing, everyone singing, now the black rappers and now, people just standing around.

    bbc find ONE person dancing in the Mall and focussed on her.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Footage of a coloured man on chelsea bridge – armed with a screwdriver being viciously tazered by plod – abd then jumping off the bridge into the Thames

      Tricky one for the race industry – the plod doing the tazering is …. …. Coloured .. theyll want his badge anyway as he will be declared a coconut and get the full treatment .. all filmed from within a car on the bridge .
      Loopy coloured chap still alive at time of typing … the comments were – ripe …


  25. Up2snuff says:

    ‘A picture is worth a thousand words’ said someone presciently and thus it is on the front page of the Times newspaper today. The Times claims that Harry, the Duke of Sussex was “barely acknowledged by Harry’s own father” and they have the photograph to illustrate a forlorn Prince with his wife beaming/performing for the cameras instead of supporting her husband. If I was in Prince Charles place right then, a hand would have been placed on the shoulder furthest away and there would have been a – hopefully welcomed – squeeze and hug for the second son, despite the pain and hurt that the Duke and Duchess has caused the rest of the family.


    • Fedup2 says:

      DNA tested maybe …


    • BRISSLES says:

      I’m more inclined to think that ‘the family’ are as wary as hell – Dad included, that whatever they say or do, could find its way into Ginger’s memoir that’s clearly waiting for the Jubilee chapter !!!

      Meghan can’t get her lies straight and in any semblance of order, and to my mind it shows the measure of the man when he couldn’t even be bothered to go and meet his father-in-law when they were engaged, but was willing to give him a load of verbal over the phone on the days before the wedding !

      Honestly ? if someone you’ve never met and is about to become your son-in-law starts barking instructions down the phone, what would you do ? My Dad would have told him turn up in person or foxtrot oscar.


  26. Zephir says:

    Look for the nearest ginger


  27. Zephir says:

    There you have it, we all need “educating”:

    Hungary crowd BOO England taking the knee before Nations League clash in Budapest with mostly children present due to loophole after fans were banned – with Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate adamant jeers show squad have ‘to try to educate people’



    • Docmarooned says:

      Southgate is one of the most pathetic specimens on this earth.
      Let all the loaded virtue signallers put on a display to celebrate a dead violent thug who had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.
      Well done the Hungarian kids – more should do it.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Still, taking the submission pose in accordance with Marxist dictates did result in England beating Hungary, right?


      I mean, it did, didn’t it?

      No!!!! Oh no. Maybe our team wasn’t sufficiently diverse…?


  28. Sluff says:

    Let’s play another game of ‘Spot the Agenda’. They just can’t themselves.
    BBC London go over to a street party, and the fragrant Wendy Harrell is the reporter.
    Guess who is at the front. Yep, a young girl in an all-electric wheelchair. Moving it around right next to the presenter throughout the report.

    You see them everywhere, all the time, minute by minute, don’t you ?


    • Banania says:

      I didn’t watch, but were there any of those pretty mulatto girls with big hair, whom you see in the advertisements?


  29. Zephir says:

    Who the F is Celeste ??? she just strangled “what a wonderful world” a truly abysmal flat nauseous and downwright embarrassing performance.

    Ruined a beautiful song, box ticking means talent means nothing anymore


    • touchjudge says:

      Agree a low spot, as were Duran Duran and Rod Stewart.But otherwise a fantastic show with the lights coming out top followed by Diversity. Glad to see no holding back on the Union Jack.


  30. Guest Who says:

    Only the BBC.


    • StewGreen says:

      Predictable the show is a product of the BBC’s disinformation pushing unit “BBC Trending”

      entire blurb A new extremist Hindu movement made up mostly of young men is emerging in India.
      They call themselves “trads” – short for traditionalists – and they mimic the tricks and techniques used by the American alt-right.
      This fringe movement came to prominence after some of its proponents created Bulli Bai, an app that pretended to auction off prominent Muslim women
      – making them the targets of abuse and harassment.
      Trads love memes and loathe mainstream Hindu nationalist parties, even the ruling BJP.
      They see the party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi as not nearly as aggressive enough in advancing Hindu interests.
      So who are the trads and what do they want?

      Reha Kansara investigates, speaking to experts and women who’ve been targeted by trads.
      And she talks to a 16-year-old trad who’s obsessed with fascist ideas and calls for Indian democracy to be replaced by a Hindu monarchy.


  31. Sluff says:

    BBC show picture of people in the Royal Box at the concert.
    Some 10 out of 30 faces are BAME.
    That’s the BBC idea of representative equality
    And four of the 20 whites are the Cambridges.

    It can only be a matter of time before the Royal Family are criticised for being ‘hideously white’.


    • Zephir says:

      They tried a dusky one, she has already given up working and claiming racism.


    • Tabs says:

      I read a tweet on Twitter where someone actually did criticise the Royal family for being too white. A few people tried to explain that you cannot change their skin colour like a TV advert but their counter argument was their own family was very diverse so it is possible for all families to do so.

      We live in an age of non enlightenment.


  32. StewGreen says:

    The Spectator is the righty magazine and talks a lot of sense
    New Statesman is the lefty magazine and talks a lot of crap
    Yet on the Moral Maze , Harry Lambert of the New Statesman spoke a lot of sense as he he criticised the government borrowing that pays for university expansion and the grade inflation and drop in standards that has been the result.

    He has an article
    “The Great University Con” – how we’re creating a lost generation of sub-prime students (while costing the taxpayer billions).
    : https://newstatesman.com/politics/education/2019/08/great-university-con-how-british-degree-lost-its-value

    Lefties hated the show and demonstrated their typical bigotry and racism eg throwing around the word “gammons”
    .. https://mobile.twitter.com/LewTheEcoDemSoc/status/1533206972660699142


    • StewGreen says:

      panelist Matthew Taylor was his usual self a lefty fantasist
      We expanded universities but didn’t put in enough money
      .. where is this magic pot of money ?


  33. Guest Who says:

    Speaking for the nation. Apparently.

    Lee Mack and the fat sweaty gay bloke have also found their voices too at the bbc.


  34. Halifax says:

    Just watching later with Jools Holland. Are they trying to totally disenfranchise 99% of the British population or what ???????

    Anti hetro anti white agenda led cretins.


  35. Zephir says:

    Well done to Rod Stewart for having at least four ex wives on stage as backing singers.


  36. StewGreen says:

    Just searched twitter for : #BiasedBBC
    one tweet down it forced a PayPal advert at me
    ..The PayPay logo was covered in Pridemonth rainbows
    and the advert is a video of a black lady
    .. https://www.twitter.com/PayPalUK/status/1531640352964222977


  37. StewGreen says:

    BBC sound engineer and another sound engineer in a lefty thread
    The thread is a conspiracy theory that live BBC footage of boos showed the correct volume, and that the fact that later footage has quieter boos, proves the BBC is Tory mouthpiece

    Engineer says no the boo-ers were close to the presenters so was picked up on their microphone
    overtopping the general feed noise
    whereas the later clip only has the general feed microphone so has less boos.



    • Guest Who says:

      “It’s worse than that…. Tobes…”

      Beyond tweaking each other’s knobs, maybe, like journalists around the world, they like standing amongst those they feel happiest with. Who then kick off…

      Luckily some administrations are less keen on independent autopsy results.


    • tomo says:

      I suppose that makes a change from a completely fake cheering soundtrack fed to a public address system at an event!


  38. Zephir says:

    The take home message about the music last night was that mediocrity is the current state of affairs.

    Whoever George Ezra is he shows this, droning away. and as for the abomination and embarrassment of Celeste.

    Mediocrity because of the bbc obsession with black rap and so called R and bloody B, (a misnomer if ever there was one) which encapsulates this, meaning they have to look back 50 years to find the true talents, this was laid painfully bare.

    I am sure there are still some rock bands out there that are talented but they are never allowed to flourish with the bbc influencing affairs.

    Apart from that a truly stunning and amazing light show.


  39. Fedup2 says:

    Not directly BBC but

    The press is carrying the claim by the Labour Party that it is now the patriotic Party ….

    …and Kier Starmer says that the alleged ‘booing ‘ of nut nut proves that the public has had enough of him .

    What does this show ? Well to me it shows that the opposition party – which in current circumstances should be the ‘government in waiting ‘ – is just a vacuous mess run by marketing loons who think what they are told in ‘focus groups ‘ is true ….

    For the Labour Party to claim it is patriotic assumes the public never heard of comrade Jeremy Corbyn -whom the current front bench supported ….


    • Guest Who says:

      Alinsky #101.

      Lefty activists warn reliable media they are going to kick off.

      Reliable media are positioned to capture; claim the public has spoken.

      Nick Robinson reads it… passes on as he speaks for the nation.

      Labour waits a while, ignores everyone sees right through it, and looks even more pathetic than before.

      BBC gets them in anyway.

      Jess and Fick Ange tweet away.

      Rach gets an arse as a photo bomb.


      • Guest Who says:

        Concerted effort.

        Mad Al and baldy… but faux outrage didn’t work so humour might, until Sir Kurry kills it trying to capitalise.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Has the lady with the hair been ‘photoshopped ‘ into that picture ? I don’t know what ‘photoshopped ‘ means but it’s the usual term ‘those in the know ‘ use – ?

          Is she the Head of a Charity or Quango or the TUC or the SNP – they are always as miserable as sin ..


    • Guest Who says:

      Jez is currently France being showing solidarity with someone or other.

      Probably Robespierre’s great great great granddaughter.


  40. Fedup2 says:

    Jubilee Day 4

    When will the MSM start saying it was ‘too long ‘ – ‘too much ‘ …I wonder if it has become a slog for some members of ‘the firm ‘ by now – a spoilt weekend when there were ‘plans ‘?

    Even though I am away from the UK for a while it is there . Nick Cohen in the BBC newspaper wrote an ‘off message ‘ piece about the future monarch – full of guilt prejudice based on his previous behaviour …
    Maybe it is timely – maybe disrespectful – but an indication as to how all those currently silent haters of Britain are feeling right now – as they count the cash they get from going on the likes of Sky or the BBC and rubbishing our country …

    … but normal service will return on Monday – and continue until the coming change at the top – and I don’t mean nut nut …


  41. dafydd says:

    Wow..!!! Boris is heckled by restaurant goers as he and Carrie try to enjoy meal…. Many thanks BBC I really wanted to know that and I’m so pleased you deemed that as newsworthy….

    … Normal pathetic journalism from the BBC…


  42. Zephir says:

    North Korean bbc strikes again:

    However, when Sir Rod Stewart’s performance came around, viewers became confused as to why he sang Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline, instead of one of his chart-topping hits.

    The Maggie May hitmaker was even baffled himself as he admitted to the crowds ahead of his performance: “The BBC made me sing it. Join in and make it comfortable for me.”


  43. Guest Who says:

    The Admiral in the Insurance commercial is also a wimmin.



    • Ian Rushlow says:

      This is totally appropriate, as all admirals in this country have been wimmins. And probably black wimmins at that. A spokesperson for the insurance company has allegedly said:

      ‘Quite frankly, we do not want the business of anyone who objects to our fantasy advertising and right-on message. Like the Bradford & Bingley building society before us, we are determined to go woke, go broke. Please take your business elsewhere – there are lots of other insurance companies to chose from. Thank you, bigots.’


  44. Zephir says:

    “So Nicola Sturgeon and Peter Murrell are attending the Platinum Jubilee concert and are sat in the Royal Box behind Princess Anne.

    Why did @NicolaSturgeon accept invitations to the Queens Jubilee but deny school children in Scotland the book celebrating her 70yrs on the throne?

    “Is it because she’s an opportunistic, hypocritical waste of space?”

    The British government has published a book to coincide with the Platinum Jubilee, which explains how the four nations came together as the UK.

    The book was due to be sent automatically to every state primary school before the Jubilee weekend.

    However, both the Scottish and Welsh authorities said their schools would only receive the books if they specifically requested it.”



  45. Guest Who says:

    Darbo gunning for the Clive of Holiday Inn slot?

    Quick tweet on Boris and Chris Bryant can RT.


  46. Guest Who says:

    Two cheeks. Same dag.

    Bet the bearded miserabilist clone pissed himself over Lee Mack, now being used by BBC third parties on Twitter everywhere.


  47. Guest Who says:

    BBC does factual, to the point of obscurity, for once. For ‘balance’. Ironically.


    • StewGreen says:

      PAP has a new video with a longer clip
      #1 Media like the Sun used a shorter clip and blurred the man’s face, thus obscurring the fact that he is black
      as was the police officer firing the taser.

      #2 The guy didn’t fall, rather he clearly ran from the middle of the road, jumped the barrier to the footpath then jumped the fence and over into the river.

      Before the man had had a screwdriver in his hand , however he’d dropped it BEFORE the officer fired the taser.


  48. StewGreen says:

    2 weeks ago History Debunked had a video mocking the Greenwich National Maritime Museum for its wokism
    .. https://youtu.be/FRJstDI00cc
    Specifically its special celebration day event for the 23 August celebrating the end of slavery in Haiti
    Something Webb says that has no connection to Britain at all.
    And was a false ending too, cos although white slave owners were driven out black on black slavery continued.

    Then that the museum wrote
    (world)” slavery didn’t end until the late 1880s”
    Webb points out that’s not true cos Saudi and Mauritania didn’t have anti slavery laws until 1936, & 1981.
    He obviously didn’t search Twitter. There is only one tweet making the same claim.
    It’s a claim that BRITISH people continued to be involved in slavery until the late 1880s through investments in Brazilian slavery.
    ie she counts slavery as only British white people against black people.
    She is an academic at Cambridge
    She seems both race-baity and Marxist
    .. https://www.twitter.com/cacrisalves/status/1524428338445565954


    • StewGreen says:

      Seems to me the museum are merely following UNESCO cos it is they who have designated the 23 August

      “The night of 22 to 23 August 1791, in Santo Domingo (today Haiti and the Dominican Republic) saw the beginning of the uprising that would play a crucial role in the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade.

      It is against this background that the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition is commemorated on 23 August each year.”
      Then In 1793 a commissioner, Léger-Félicité Sonthonax, was sent from France to maintain order and offered freedom to slaves who joined his army; he soon abolished slavery altogether, a decision confirmed the following year by the French government.
      .. So UNESCO say that 1791 uprising led to the first country with a law banning slavery ..not just the trade
      Whereas Britain had started earlier but did it step by step : no slavery in Britain, no transatlantic slavery, freeing of existing slaves
      .. The timeline shows British people and courts had already set about ending the trade
      eg 1765: Granville Sharp begins legal challenges to the British slave trade with the case of Jonathan Strong.
      leading to 1807: The Act to Abolish the Transatlantic Slave Trade is passed in Parliament.
      Then 1833: Slavery Abolition Act

      I am not sure about the British connections
      Some pages say that in 1791 slaves sought to ally with the British against the French
      Britannica says Britain sent troops from Jamaica to help some faction AFTER 1792
      It is true that after Independence the British tried to conquer Haiti.. but failed.

      The museum’s International Slavery Remembrance Day page doesn’t mention any UK Haiti connection


  49. Guest Who says:

    “Whoopsie, Tobes… we have overcooked the jingo dial and the natives are restless… who do we call…?”


  50. Guest Who says:

    Getty would be proud.

    Ms. Ross soon saw the other two sidelined.