281 Responses to Weekend 11 June 2022

  1. Sluff says:

    Can’t be 100% sure but pretty sure that on the bBBC 6 pm news Huw Edwards described the ‘devastating’ rise in the cost of living. Cue an obese woman complaining about the cost of food.

    What business is it of the BBC to tell us their opinion of the increase in prices?
    How about they just report the full not selective facts and we make up our own minds?


  2. Fedup2 says:

    I wonder if Huw enjoys the irony of talking about a cost of living crisis when he is on £450 k from the BBC plus his private work – £200k PA …. ?
    I don’t envy people getting lots of money – although the source of his income is poorer people still paying their TV licence ….


  3. pugnazious says:

    LOL…..BBC gutted…..news report that repeatedly told us the government had been told moving illegal immigrants to Rawanda was illegal….moments later court judgement…not illegal. Oh no!

    Odd how the BBC makes nothing of Biden’s deporting of illegals to Spain….

    ‘US President Joe Biden is targeting a US immigration deal that would see immigrants at the US-Mexico border relocated to Spain. It’s understood that Washington and Madrid are close to agreeing a deal as the refugee crisis at the US southern border worsens. ‘



  4. pugnazious says:

    From a couple of weeks ago…Julian Assange’s wife, Stella, interviewed on Hardtalk…or inquisitioned.


    Sackur demands to know why Assange was ‘willing to take information[on Clinton] from the Russians’.

    Stella replies that there’s no evidence of any such link.

    Sackur…‘Well it’s perceptions as much as anything…nothing more damaging to Wikileaks reputation than cosying up to the political circles of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.’

    LOL….the BBC never stops…completely false linking of Trump and Putin by Sackur.

    And it’s all about perceptions…not facts? And who manufactured those perceptions? It was the Democrats and their media lapdogs like the BBC that insisted, on no evidence, that the leak came from the Russians in order to discredit the information…that was later shown, like Biden’s laptop, to be true.

    And let’s not forget the BBC completely looked the other way when Labour was shown to have taken information from Russian sources during the 2019 election….never mind that the BBC itself was quite happy to use information that came from the Russians and peddled it hard….that dodgy dossier about Trump….despite their journalists knowing it was bunkum[as they admit now].

    The BBC is in effect a Russian front organisation when it comes to democracy in Britain and the US…more than ready to use disinformation provided by Putin if it will take down their own enemies…ie Trump and Boris.


    • Dickie says:

      “The BBC is in effect a Russian front organisation when it comes to democracy in Britain and the US…more than ready to use disinformation provided by Putin if it will take down their own enemies…ie Trump and Boris.”

      Appears pugnazious is an armchair Russophobe, still living the cold war then.



    • NCBBC says:

      What has happened to Julian Assange can only happen to a person in a totalitarian nation. Indefinite Arrest.

      He is the Count of Monte Christo in reality. Even if he is released, the only place he can live the rest of his remaining life in peace is Russia.


  5. Nibor says:

    The civil service union wants to stop the moving of the illegal invaders from here to Rwanda .Because it might be dangerous for the civil servants.
    I thought all these enrichers were doctors , scientists and the best from their own countries?
    Or according to the fake charities that demand they stay here they’re frightened, vulnerable people that are fleeing horrors , like France .
    Well if Border Farce officials are fearful of these migrants , then these migrants are thugs who should not be allowed to stay here .

    And the Conservatives are still trying to show they’re the stupid party . Stopping the channel crossings for the safety of the invaders . Like stopping burglars in case they hurt themselves breaking into our homes . As though the do gooders like the BBC will vote for them , and losing the Red wall voters in the process. Political suicide.

    As for these “charities “ – lets get back to a charity does what it purports to do and no more . No campaigning, lobbying or false information given out . It used to be a crime to take money under false pretences.


    • taffman says:

      “Newspaper headlines: Charles ‘attacks’ Rwanda plan, and sugar tax snub”
      Perhaps he will take some of them in to his ‘personal properties’ ?
      Not a good way to go for the future of the Crown ………….


      • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

        “Not a good way to go for the future of the crown” Well said , Taffman. In fact it could well be a huge understatement.

        Hasn’t this clown learned anything about interfering in politics?
        Is he so keen on virtue signaling that he is now championing the case of the very people who will want him and has family gone?
        Does the royal fool not realize that the only section of the British public that are cheering for the monarchy are the people who want the immigration stopped?
        Where were his beloved immigrants at the jubilee? Doesn’t he ask himself this?
        I have been a monarchist since the age of twelve, but for how much longer? Once the queen passes on it might be time for a new Cromwell.
        Charles the first, managed to turn peaceful Britain into a war torn hell. Charles the third will be the best advert for a republic you could imagine. He will succeed where the best of the socialists have failed. What with Charles, Andrew and the obnoxious Harry I have to conclude nobody can save the House of Windsor from itself.


        • Fedup2 says:

          The queen must be willing herself to stay alive every day because she knows her idiot son will kill the monarchy –
          If a future king is hostile to the quality of life of his subjects and favours the arriving third world he must be gone … and if necessary the monarchy with him – all their land can be taken into state control – Buckingham palace could be used as a holding place for illegals pending deportation ….


          • Doublethinker says:

            Totally agree. The monarchy depends on the support of the British people not on that of the Commonwealth. In fact I suspect that the Commonwealth costs the British tax payer billions each year and Monarchy is also a tax burden, although with the present incumbent one I approve of.
            I’m sure that the majority of Brits want an end to all forms of immigration or at least for it to be reduced drastically. If Charles opposes that view he is treading on thin ice. Ice which is already pretty thin because of his hysterical Greenery. He could well end up as King of some Commonwealth countries but not of England!


          • JohnC says:

            Charles makes political comments. The Left will eventually twist them whatever way they can against him.

            When the Queen goes, the Monarchy will not be too far behind. Then they can advance complete state control with a suitable President. I expect Blair will suddenly feature a lot on the BBC trying to get back in.

            I wonder if that is why the Queen has not abdicted : she know what will happen.


  6. Eddy Booth says:


    “A woman from the city of Popasnaya in the Donbass recognised her curtains on a Russian pop star”


  7. pugnazious says:

    The BBC somehow got it wrong…they just wished it were true….

    ‘On BBC One’s main news bulletin over the Jubilee weekend, the BBC reported that:

    ‘Sir Anthony said he was giving up his British passport because of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.’

    But there was a problem: it wasn’t true. Gormley isn’t giving up his British nationality. And while, as a dual national, he is applying for a German passport, he is keeping hold of his British passport, despite the claims made by the BBC.

    Now, the BBC has apologised for its mistake:

    ‘We reported that the acclaimed British sculptor Sir Antony Gormley is to become a German citizen. We said he was giving up his British passport because of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union and that he had described the move as embarrassing and had plans for new sculptures that would reflect his view. In fact Sir Antony Gormley is not giving up his British nationality and has asked us to make clear the circumstances behind his application for a German passport.’’



    • Sluff says:

      ….but did the apologise in the exact same high profile spot on the news that they cheerfully announced their Fake News in the first place?
      If not then they have achieved what they intended even though they were giving a falsehood.


  8. Jeff says:

    I’ll be out most of tomorrow, so I thought I’d check to see if the only BBC programme I still enjoy will be on in the evening; Dad’s Army. Unfortunately it won’t be…

    BBC2 are giving over the entire evening to one of gay abandonment. So, at 8pm we have LGBTQ Plus hits at the BBC. “A celebration of those stars whose gender and sexuality are central to their individual careers and the amazing songs they created.” This is followed by Pride Hits at the BBC. Later we’re to be entertained by Sam Smith (gender-queer) in concert, then Janis Ian, lesbian…and finally in the small hours, a lovely gentle film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, which tells the story of a teenager sent for gay conversion therapy. Gawd help us!

    The bloody BBC is now nothing more than a woke propaganda tool, seemingly run by deviants.

    As Corporal Jones always used to say, “They don’t like it up ’em, Captain. They do not like it up ’em!”

    Sadly Jonesy, some of ’em do…and they’re forcing it on the rest of us…


    • tomo says:

      Deliveroo, Just-Eat, UberEats?


    • JohnC says:

      If yu’re stuck for something to watch, try this:

      Ms Marvel: Critics praise Disney’s ‘joyful’ first Muslim superhero story

      And to kick off the ‘proof’, they link the The Guardian review by ‘Lucy Mangan’, auther of other aticles such as:

      ‘The Midwich Cuckoos review – women’s rights are under attack, and this is what they make?’

      ‘Gentleman Jack Changed My Life review – who knew art still had such power?. Women the world over speak up about how seeing Anne Lister’s life on screen gave them the courage to come out. This is TV as a triumphant act of resistance’

      ‘Lucy Mangan: out, and proud
      When the playgroup leader hands round a petition against gay marriage, there’s only one thing for it – head for the door’

      No feminist/LGBT agenda there then.

      I looked around the web a bit and it seems the first episode was full of LGBT and woke agenda. And this is the shocking part : it’s aimed at a younger audience than all their other stuff. They are going after young children now. No different from what Dr Who did I suppose and look what a mess that is now.

      Of course IMDB is not quite so full of praise – and we won’t get the real story for a month or two when all the fake reviews promoting it die down. But I was stunned by one article I found with the title:

      ‘Ms. Marvel’ Review-Bombed Into Being The MCU’s Lowest-Scoring Show On IMDB

      He shows an IMDB statistic showing it has 41% 10 star reviews and 23% 1 star reviews.

      The guy basically rants on about all the racists are giving it 1 star spam reviews. He doesn’t go anywhere near asking why there are so many 10 star reviews (and if you watch the trailer, it most definitely isn’t ten star program).

      This is why the Left disgust me so much. They are complete hypocrites. I do wonder if many of them living in their world of groupthink even realise.

      Something else I found was that when I searched for the full BBC headline, it appeared all over the place. 2 full pages of search results. It seems certain they have come up with a way to flood the internet news with agenda based stories. This is how the modern Left do fascism. This is just one article : they are doing it relentlessly now. It’s social engineering on a huge scale.


      • tomo says:

        Just watched this – and having seen a load of messed up young women … it was food for thought.


      • Guest Who says:

        The exact same #prasnews release.

        What starts in the Graun…


      • Guest Who says:

        The Graun is gushing over a car movie no one will watch.

        The BBC is pushing critics are saying Jurassic 69 is pants.

        Maverick is toxic masculinity.

        Now… let’s just see what the public think…

        Oh, and to celebrate Deep Throat at 50 producers are looking for the biggest gob in politics…


        Went to see if Growler’s open Mike slot was on show on the BBC Twitter feed.

        Saw this instead.

        BBC accused of once being vaguely impartial?


  9. tomo says:

    Over 200 Antifa were arrested for attacking Trump’s inauguration


  10. tomo says:


  11. Guest Who says:

    A political class who see Twitter media folk as their constituency.

    The comments from actual public are interesting.


  12. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – BBC, maybe if you hadn’t campaigned so hard on ‘Partygate’ and the-cost-of-living-crisis …

    … free school meals, child poverty, food banks, then maybe just maybe HMG might have been willing to introduce a sugar and salt tax. Oh dear, how sad, never mind.


  13. Fedup2 says:

    Seems like it is going to be easy to get rid of the Border Force and put the resources into the military – no lefty union – orders to follow – deport the third world –

    – withdraw from those treaties harming our country – screw ‘international standing ‘ … a right wing government would do this but the current blue labour one has no steel ..

    Take on the civil service – take on the unions – deal with this as the country cannot handle the rapid increase in population .


  14. Fedup2 says:


    Meeshal interviewing Peter bone MP – when someone lays it on the line she just crumples – each time she tried it on he calmly explained why the policy will work ( who cares? Just get rid of all of them – let the EU deal with them ) ….

    I think the BBC is on a sticky wicket with immigration . Ordinary voters have had enough and want it stopped – but the Far Left – the BBC – the swamp tick box virtue signal with no care for the consequence ….

    …. Now let’s talk about housing shortages , medical shortages , increasing crime , failing schools —- caused by …too many people …


  15. Up2snuff says:

    BBC WEB-SITE Watch #1 – Day Fourteen of the BBC’s other Big Campaign

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/ Scroll down almost the whole page to ‘Behind the Headlines’. Maybe BBC hopes will be dashed by President Macron stating that the UK’s bid to re-join the EU will take decades or maybe he will arrange for the UK to be fast-tracked back in, should the UK population be foolish enough to vote to re-join. (You need to click on the link to see the article.) Be quick, the BBC may take it down.


  16. Fedup2 says:

    I think I saw it … I wonder if there is any EU mainland country not in NATO – if I was putin I might threaten that .

    As for Eastern European countries joining the Reich EU – they might become allies of Hungary in resisting the. Islamic / woke nonsense infecting the rest of the blok..

    The EU is an enemy and must be treated as such …


  17. Guest Who says:

    Whoops. As seen elsewhere.


  18. AsISeeIt says:

    Heir, apparently, comes out in favour of open borders and mass immigration while our media track down former rock stars who vote 100% for the EU

    On a morning when former footballer Michael Owen tells us: I don’t want to see my daughter kiss on Love Island, it’s suddenly all kiss and make up between unlikely partners the BBC online press review and the Daily Mail – it had to be love at first sight for our national broadcaster with this headline splash: Charles attacks ‘appalling’ Rwanda scheme. Prince speaks privately of his anger. Claims of past tension with PM

    Meanwhile as the BBC has its honeymoon with the Mail, the poor neglected Daily Star languishes, as ever, at the very bottom of the BBC’s newspaper pile despite brave efforts such as: Cow farts to save the planet

    Come on the Star, give the boys and girls at the Beeb something more they can work with!

    He used to sing about how he wanted to be just like Common People: Jarvis Cocker. Lunch with the FT – stock tips and his views on crypto, we wonder? Sadly, invariably when our modern journos speak with an artist the conversation very soon degenerates into politics and rank punditry: The Pulp frontman on loathing Britpop, a guitar-playing Tony Blair and the evolving business of being human.

    That’s a lot of preamble… and now the money shot: That name [Britpop] is so vile because it’s got these connotations of nationalism . . . as the events of the last six years of Brexit show, that kind of jingoism is horrible and corrosive

    The Guardian takes their Remain-flavoured rock n rock walk on the rather wilder side: ‘Kate Moss didn’t go to crack dens! That’s why we broke up’ So has the Libertines’ Pete Doherty really put the chaos behind him?

    Hmmm, good question: Pete Doherty on swapping crack for camembert in France: ‘It’s easier to be clean here – even for a scoundrel’… (He’s not getting French citizenship, however; instead he hopes to get an Irish passport, thereby ticking the EU box.)

    One has to smile at this: How did he feel about being such a mainstay of the tabloids for so long? asks Hadley Freeman of the Graun. To which the old rocker replies: “Well, if they’d been celebrating the music and I looked half-decent, it would have been the dream!” he smiles a little sadly. But they just wanted to write about drugs and Moss? “Yeah, that’s all they wanted to write about.” – touché, Guardian – look back at your own headline.

    This is all a tad too edgy, too blatantly anti-Brexit for the Telegraph. Furthermore, the teenagers may complain that we’ve first had dad in the FT and now mum in the Gruan wax lyrical about their favourite pop pin-up artists of the past – now let’s hear from great grandad: Long live the King of rock ‘n’ roll. Austin Butler on playing Elvis…

    Thought for the day…

    Anyone else sensing The Graduate vibes here? (Daily Star)

    The BBC have: England’s top student loan interest rate cut by 5%

    But the Star refers to a celebrity story: Britney Spears ex-hubby crashes singer’s big day, as also featured in the Mirror: Inside Britney’s wild wedding

    Mr AsISeeIt’s thought for the day is gosh but Boris must have really upset the establishment with that Brexit thing

    Charles Moore in the Telegraph expalains: Getting rid of Boris is like shuffling chairs on the Titanic – agreed, but I say over-used cliché, sir.

    Camilla Tominey is on point: Missing: a Brexiteer Tory leadership candidate. – quite! But that’s the point of getting rid of Boris, isn’t it now?.


    • Guest Who says:

      Do like ‘news’ where a senior gob, speaks… ‘privately’… on a matter best not broached by unqualified senior gobs… and is conveyed on a purple velvet cushion direct to the gutter media for publication.

      It’s like, the establishment has the deal wrapped up.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I suppose the scheme to get rid of the pm must be decided before the summer recess which starts on 22 July and goes through til mid September .

      I guess the main indicator will be how badly the blue labour lot do in coming bi elections and whether ‘events ‘ drive things one way or another .

      Whatever happens in Ukraine will be a positive for nut nut – but the green crap policies here will cause more and more actual and political damage as time goes on …

      There is no politician with clear contrary views of red / blue labour – just no one with the gravitas and clarity of mind to speak for people who want a conservative government with a 70 plus majority to be Right Wing .


      • Up2snuff says:

        Funny, I thought. I thought funny. Only a week ago I was observing on here that it is considered most improper to reveal one’s personal conversations with one’s Monarch and now we have someone telling all to the newspapers about a conversation, personal or overheard, with one’s Monarch’s eldest son and heir. Most improper. Aoaoeugghhh!


  19. theisland says:

    The comments section says it all.
    “He ADMITS “regular contact with Peter, Tony and Gordon.”
    Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, what further evidence of his Guilt do you need ?”


  20. Guest Who says:

    People are saying.

    Not bbc people, obvs.


  21. Fedup2 says:

    I think there is a ‘progression ‘ – you start on the platform move up to doing tickets then wait to be selected for the top job …

    I sat in a tube listening to 3 off duty drivers trying to work out how many would get the 3? Days off because three had driven over a body on the tracks .

    Apparently someone had been hit but it hadn’t been reported for quite some time so a lot of trains had gone over it meaning a lot of drivers would get added paid leave …

    If ever there was a job designed for automation – has to be train driving ….


  22. theisland says:

    The EU and rejoiners continue to use every trick in the book.


  23. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      It will be interesting how much attention the Capitol thing will get … political trials in the US seem to be par for the course .

      We have our own – such as the Rwanda law which I would put money on being reversed in the court of appeal – that plane will never take off …
      ………the insurrection here is the civil service undermining the elected government – something must change

      As for Rwanda – every time a court strikes the policy down – the law must be changed to get it through – every time —-


      • tomo says:

        I feel that the thing that has changed in the USA is that the partisan judiciary are now far more likely to abuse process and prior norms to bulldoze Democrat power… Pelosi and chums in Congress have crossed a number of lines in the last few years and seem unlikely to let up – even when they are well past what is any proportionate action – they have passed the limits of their administrative power into the imposition of their will by force.

        This is not going to end well….

        Rwanda, Schmuanda…

        – I notice that the activists opposing the policy aren’t very keen to expose themselves and that spokespersons are pretty thin on the ground – anonymity prevails while simultaneously name calling “Tories”


        • Fedup2 says:

          Just following on – I’ve just watched last nights tucker Karlson explaining that US inflation isn’t going away any time soon without crippling interest rates – and that the capitol thing is meant to be a distraction

          It assumes that the US electorate is dumb – which maybe – but when they se the price of ‘gas’ and everyday foods – we can guess where the blame will go ….
          Sooner or later Obama is going to have to cut Biden loose to get a sympathy vote and a ‘fresh start ‘….

          Even now I still can’t believe that they got away with fixing a US election .


          • tomo says:


            It assumes that the US electorate is dumb?

            oh, I dunno … not really dumber than others… – tribal voting is a problem everywhere. The Democrats seem to be keen on getting people to kick that habit?

            It’s the MSM that’s the problem and the spook run social media. (imho)

            We’ll find out in 20 or 30 year’s time…


            • Fedup2 says:

              I suppose it depends what News diet people are fed or accept – but in the run up to the US presidential election the turn out for Trump was enormous – yet Biden was in the bunker .

              Trump was delivering on manifesto promises – Biden was no where.

              Yet Biden won ? No .

              The similarity between putin’ need for power and Obama struck me . Both have put ‘proxies ‘ in the top job and run things from the shadows – Obama will continue to do so as will putin …

              The consequences for Russians and Americans are coming through now ….

              In both countries the msm feed the public lies – with only a few dissenters who are boxed at ‘threats to democracy ‘ –
              In America – without that nuisance constitution I think things would be far worse ….

              Official inflation hit 8.8% in the US yesterday – which means the real figure is more like 12 or 15% – there times are going to be as bad as ours ….

              Going back to where I started – I like to look at news / propaganda outlets which do not share my Right Wing outlook to the world . It can be both tedious and painful to take in so much woke virtue signalling but I think it’s worth it …

              But I take in less and less BBC even out of duty


  24. tomo says:


  25. tomo says:

    Noticing that NewsQuest UK (200+ local rags) are closing comments on fuel price stories and de-listing other fuel price stories that have already accumulated a number of upvotes for comments critical of the situation.

    Not surprised – but it’s brazen.


  26. tomo says:

    From behind the Telegraph’s paywall…


    Gove and other scum looking to administratively hobble UK gas production – refusing planning permission for a temporary noise reduction fence around a drill site…. thereby stopping the test well.



    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Is that the same Michael Gove who is listed on the official Bilderberg website as an attendee at their meeting held behind closed doors in Washington DC between 2nd and 5th June? If so, did he participate in key topic 10 ‘Energy Security and Sustainability’? Is it not the case that the Globalist strategy on energy can be summarised thus:

      1. Create artificial shortages under the guises of sustainability and saving the planet in order to massively increase prices and profits?

      2. Discourage/prevent fracking and exploration outside of the United States, so as to give the US a commercial advantage over other economies plus create new export opportunities?

      3. Transition the global market to spot purchasing and away from long term supply contracts, so as enable speculative trading and profiteering?

      Just asking…


  27. Guest Who says:

    One of the kinder ones.


  28. Fedup2 says:

    Westminster week

    A debate about the EU horizon science project ( whatever ?) apparently we were meant to be ‘in’ but the EU is sending us ‘out ‘.
    A shallow and poor discussion between a labour remainer and a Tory peer remainer – much disagreement ? No . Explanation ? No . Better informed afterward ? No

    I think they spent about 10 minutes for nothing . Why bother …


  29. Fedup2 says:

    Kelvin Mackenzie – via the times lists the labour MPs taking bungs from the RMT …. Strikes in 6 day ….


  30. pugnazious says:

    Remarkable isn’t it that people, like Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, continually protest about how racist Britain is, the problem being the white people, and yet the truth is far, far different to the one they portray when they are in campaign mode and want to keep up their victim credentials as a brown person.

    Here you can hear how easy it was for her, and Ritula Shah, to get where they wanted to go….aided by white bosses who opened doors for them quite readily….

    Oh…and the Media Society…..I think just looking at the Chairman you get the full picture of its values and mindset….and to help you along here’s their take on Jan 6…..


    ‘On January the 6th, the world saw a murderous mob invade The Capitol, the symbolic home of American democracy. Many saw it in real time, through the prescience and courage of TV cameramen and commentators who covered it live.

    It was the greatest shock to America since 9.11. That external attack, claimed buildings and lives, and showed US vulnerability. This new assault claimed America’s reputation.

    How did it happen? And what role did media of all kinds play? – in creating that murderous mob with dangerous misinformation, or warning against it.’

    No bias, preconceived judgements or prejudice there then…..and so in-line with how the BBC presents Jan 6.


  31. pugnazious says:

    Standard BBC practice….set up a programme to do a hatchet job on Boris and ensure the voices are overwhelmingly anti-Boris.

    The BBC’s ‘Real Story’ set out to discover Boris’ character and why he is so flawed….and they succeeded, at least on their own terms….one BBC presenter, two viscerally anti-Boris voices and one rational voice….so 3 against 1.

    Ritula Shah, Muslim, presented, Rachel Sylvester is a long time Boris hater and Tim Montgomerie openly states he desperately wants Boris removed whilst only Andrew Gimson makes the case for Boris.


    Basically almost 50 minutes of pouring scorn and abuse upon Boris with Shah unable to resist bringing in Boris’ comment about Burkas.
    Boris is a flawed character, unethical, dishonest, complacent, disorganised, without convictions or policies and is a disruptor who wants chaos….he’s just an entertainer who wants power.

    Are there parallels with Donald Trump asks Shah….naturally it is a rhetorical question for any BBC presenter….and any such parallel is a bad thing of course.

    Pure character assassination…it’s what they do….never mind all those millions who voted for Boris….a few[lol] Marxists at the BBC aim to remove the British Prime Minister by whatever means possible…none of course democratic.


  32. tomo says:

    The economics of maize to ethanol in the UK is utterly insane and larceny on a stick – but it gets very little coverage… E5 and E10 are a fraud.


  33. JohnC says:

    I wonder where maxi has gone on holiday this week.

    I expect that’s why he made extra posts over the bank holiday : to keep his quota up. I imagine the pay for a bottom-feeder forum troll is not very high.


  34. tomo says:


  35. tomo says:

    Even prominent Democrats are getting tetchy about Pelosi’s circus


    • Fedup2 says:

      Echoes of McCarthy …


    • Mrs Kitty says:

      Ok now I’m definitely getting paranoid, I know my history and it’s coming across like the Reichstag fire
      The trouble here is who would they put forward as AH?
      Mega paranoia
      If Biden dies in the next few weeks and they replace him with Harris who would be working her from behind Obama or Soros?


      • tomo says:

        Mrs Kitty

        – fwiw I figure that ‘Kacklin Kamala wouldn’t fly and that Pelosi would be after the gig…

        The Democrats are a shitshow – and they’re desperate to avoid the kicking in the polls that is seemingly in the chute for November – with any luck the stress of that’ll turn Joe into an end term Woodrow Wilson

        To what’s left of my mind the (dangerous) thing to watch for is a state of emergency where the Democrats can rule by decree… -so yeah, Reichstag fire….

        I see that apparently there’s been a lot of resignations from the White House press office.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Both – although thankfully soros is not far from the grim reaper


        • tomo says:

          Yeah … true – but George has been setting up his own franchise operation run by his offspring and like minded folk?

          Does George have a “Little Red Book” for policy I wonder – to ensure ideological rectitude in the troops?


          • Fedup2 says:

            Tomo – yes I know he set up the ‘foundation ‘ with the treasury money he got as a result of the John major ERM disaster but once the ‘guiding light ‘ is gone with a bit of luck standard Eastern European corruption will end it …


  36. tomo says:

    I wonder no longer …


  37. StewGreen says:

    A reply to @BBCRosAtkins
    “British Blasphemer Controllers”


  38. BRISSLES says:

    Jenny Bond (one time Royal reporter, and now available for all Celebrity reality shows), heartily agrees with Prince Charles and his right to give his opinion on the Rwanda migration flights, and how ‘appalling’ it is.

    Well, how easy for her to speak, from the comfort of her rural home in Devon, with not an asylum seeker on her radar for at least 150 miles.

    As for Charles, is there no-one who can save that family from themselves ??? a bigger bunch of idiots it would be harder to find. Interview anyone on the streets, and those inside a working mens pub and as one they’ll all want these chancers air lifted anywhere as long as they don’t stay here ! If Charlie continues down this road he’ll be toast.


    • tomo says:

      Do you remember those Royal “It’s a Knockout!” (c/w Stuart Hall) game shows with Fergie etcetera making complete pillocks of themselves?


    • Fedup2 says:

      I wonder if ms bond would like a few thousand third world boys on her door step – or is that just a dream ..?

      Long live the republic of England


    • Docmarooned says:

      It is “appalling” to hear the nonsense that comes out of this inbred morons mouth. Bad enough having royalty as it is for the country it will be worse when this clown takes over.


      • Guest Who says:


        • Up2snuff says:

          Guest, good question. Both in one go? Taken up with some relish by the BBC, of course, who – as good Socialists – must long for a republic with President Blair in charge.


  39. Eddy Booth says:

    Ukraine running out of ammo – officials


    “Ukrainian officials say their army is running out of ammunition as it engages in intense artillery battles with invading Russian forces.”

    Look like they’re running out of soldiers even faster.
    Time they stopped begging and started talks.
    Women getting conscripted now?

    “In Ukraine, the mobilization of women is being prepared for the purpose of “uninterrupted replenishment of the losses of personnel” of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. First of all, until June 15, the mobilization of women who are already liable for military service will start, and until June 31 Ukrainian women from 18 to 60 will be registered for military service.
    The order concerns the Dnepropetrovsk, Kyiv, Kirovograd, Nikolaev, Odessa, Kharkov, parts of the Donetsk and Zaporozhye regions.”

    “In the Transcarpathian region, the Ukrainian military is handing out summonses to those liable for military service.
    Near one of the shops they “caught” several young people, one escaped.”

    Looks almost like the old press gang days,
    7-Eleven / lido replacing the seaside inn at midnight..

    In the Transcarpathian region, the Ukrainian military hand out summonses to those liable for military service right in the pool of one of the recreation centers.


    • Fedup2 says:

      The attrition rate of Ukraine military ( 100 dead a day quoted recently with 500 injured ?) added to reduced ordnance surely points to Russia gradually wearing them down ?

      The longer it goes on – with resultant financial and commodity strain – the more must be the likelihood that western support for Ukraine reduces .

      Bearing in mind that the EU still a lot but still buys oil and gas from Russia – but only makes promises with regard to ‘kit’ then perhaps the writing is on the wall for Ukraine . If I was putin I’d keep going because he knows Russia can suffer the pain more than the West can ….
      The whole thing is almost as much of an experiment in the ability of nations to experience suffering as covid is …
      But we have been lucky – so far – that the war hasn’t widened either by accident or purpose …

      … and then the Iranians test their nuclear bomb …. And it’s war in the Middle East …


  40. tomo says:


  41. StewGreen says:

    As ever there are victims caused by the NFfPO (Not Fit for Purpose Office)


    • StewGreen says:

      Different guys that Sturgeon prevented from getting deported


      • moggie63 says:

        If she’s that desperate to have them, we have millions available to send to Scotland, before (re)building a big wall and cutting them off from the English tit.


        • tomo says:

          We could take a leaf out of the Marseille police department playbook and give every rubber boat traveler £100 and a ticket to Edinburgh!

          That … – I’d pay to see that!


    • Charlie Farley says:

      My worry is for my Grandchildren…..why are there so many in favour of these illegals coming here….utter madness , many thousands died in Europe freeing the World from Hitler and for what ? , this once Great Britain is Finished and its all very very sad .
      I’m still BBC licence free its 20 years now …look at the money I’ve saved !


  42. Fedup2 says:

    There is a muddled piece in the bbc newspaper today about the chap who got 8 years for being a member of a terrorist group –
    This is the concluding paragraph

    STARTS We (thankfully) haven’t witnessed a successful large-scale act of terrorism from a far-right extremist since the 1999 London nail bombings. However in the years since National Action was proscribed, 70 people have been convicted of far-right terror offences, including many who had plotted and prepared to carry out acts of murder and terrorism. We must be vigilant and educate ourselves to this new terror threat, if we are to prevent atrocities in the future.END the source of this is someone from ‘hope not hate ‘…

    I am vexed because all ? The terrorism Blighty has been subject to in recent decades has been Islamic – yet ‘far right ‘terrorism is – we are told – the biggest threat …
    This virtue signalling by promotion hungry trolls is put out to soften the public to rule by Islam – which is already using threats to get films and books and people ‘cancelled ‘….

    Not a good situation …


    • moggie63 says:

      Anybody with half a brain knows Islam is already a long way down the road of taking over. My concern is that we don’t appear to have anybody in government that has half a brain.


  43. Guest Who says:

    BBC News coyly mutters a question.


    Concern is growing about the safety of Christians in the country after the recent church attack.

    Are attacks on Christians in Nigeria on the rise?


    Unlike Pete, I am not part of a £5B news organisation, but given the facts, weekly, for years, i read, I am erring on ‘yes’.

    However, some person of color and faith getting a nasty look closer to home does seem to be deemed more newsworthy.

    Maybe Mishal has a chart?


  44. tomo says:

    Trudeau’s creepy bunch of sh1ts can’t let go of Covid….


  45. Guest Who says:

    BBC sets them up.

    Fellow Remainer uses it.

    BBC then uses it as news.


  46. Guest Who says:

    I view Toenails as less than competent as well as not very impartial.



  47. Guest Who says:

    There is of course Mark Easton.

    . https://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2022/06/all-biased-on-easton-front.html

    For… ‘balance’.


  48. vlad says:

    We expected leftie, woke BBC to oppose the Rwandan scheme.
    We expected leftie, woke Welby to oppose it.
    And now, predictably, leftie, woke Charles is doing the same.

    Here’s an idea, your Royal Wokeness: how about donating Highgrove House or Clarence House to the cause? Or even Buck House when the time comes?


  49. theisland says:


  50. Zephir says:

    “Immigration officers are forced to back down and release a suspect after crowds of Londoners BLOCK their van and chant ‘let him go’ following a raid in Peckham – while left-wing activists try to halt the government’s Rwanda plan”