232 Responses to Start the Week 19 September 2022

  1. Doublethinker says:

    I knew that I would shed some tears yesterday and I did but more than I expected to. I felt a deep sense of loss.

    It wasn’t just the loss of the Queen that I mourned , although that was bad enough, it was that her funeral was symbolic of the loss of my country.
    The funeral seems to me to mark the end of the post war Britain that I grew up in. We have become a deeply fractured society where there is very little commonality. We are no longer a nation, people with a common heritage and sharing the same core values. The great queue showed many of us still hold the what I will describe as old British values , the funeral cortège with the thousands of service men and women looked the part. But this was the hurrah of a Britain that has faded away.
    The role of the BBC in the surreptitious 30 year long demolition of our country cannot be overstated. Even yesterday they were casting around for dissenting views . They have long set a cultural climate that Britain is useless, second or third rate at everything we do. Recently they have added that our ancestors were evil and that we all share original sin for 200 year old events!
    But the BBC is only the outward face of the establishment who have presided over the loss of our country. Only Lady Thatcher fought against them, the rest of our politicians have at best gone along with the establishment view and refused to rock the boat. Some pursued such views with relish. In the Abbey yesterday there was a pew with Major, Blair, Brown, Cameron, May , Johnston . I felt nothing but contempt and loathing for the lot of them
    So for me yesterday wasn’t just RIP Queen Elizabeth , it was also RIP Britannia, those two things made me weep.


    • theisland says:

      Well said Dt. We are mourning the loss of our country and our culture. I cannot be ‘Christian’ about it and forgive those responsible.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Yes double – I think you hit it pretty well . I dread the succession after Elizabeth II – I don’t think the new monarch will be able to avoid ill judged political comments …. but more importantly I think yesterday was a sort of final flurry of a recognisable Blighty – now we revert it increasing dross and further decline helped by timid politicians and of course – a BBC which hates the people and country that pays for it …


        • Scroblene says:

          Well said, DT, I cannot agree more.

          The BBC would have been crucified if they had even started to show their republican agenda, and luckily they had a soft old semi-leftie sod in Huw Edwards to face up the event – anyone with even the worse leftie background – i.e. most of them in W1AA, would have pissed most of the UK’s indigenous population right f*****g off!

          It might have been worse if the commentators were in any way foreign, and thank goodness someone ‘really high up’ told them in no uncertain terms to get it right!


    • JohnC says:

      Queen’s funeral: The Lord Mayor of Westminster’s first ever funeral

      One might wonder why the BBC would run a lengthy story about someone at their first funeral.

      This is the Lord Mayor of Westminster – from Morocco:


      ‘”When you see former prime ministers, Blair or Brown or Major, these are people I’ve only ever read about in books. I’m not that old so they’re not in my living memory, they’re not who I’m familiar with.’

      “Initially they said ‘so where are you going to watch it?’. And I said ‘no, I’m going to the abbey’. They said ‘no’, I said ‘yeah I am’, they said ‘no’, I said ‘I actually am’, so it did take a little convincing.

      WTF has happened to our country ?.

      The BBC are making a big thing about this being the end of the Elizabethan era. This is what they have been waiting for and now the agenda shifts to gradually chip away at the Royal family which has no place in their socialist utopia.

      Meanwhile Leicester is giving us a taste of the real-life 3rd world sh1thole they are actually creating.


  2. Tabs says:

    I was wondering what the BBC agenda would be after the Queen’s funeral. Would it be climate change, energy crisis, Ukraine or Covid?

    The top of main news webpage has 7 article 4 of which are currently:
    Flooding and mudslides as typhoon batters Japan
    Threats to life as Caribbean storm strengthens
    Whales die in mass stranding on Australian beach
    Climate change threatens survival of urban forests

    So it looks like the next agenda is back onto climate change then.


    • Tabs says:

      Another BBC article mentioning climate change today:
      Off-gridders take energy needs into their own hands


      • JohnC says:

        Ha ha – it’s off the scale wokiness full of vague and misleading statements in favour of the agenda. The author is a typical BBC ‘science’ reporter who according to his other articles clearly has no clue about actual science.

        Here’s an example of the typical BBC weasel wording:

        “They replace [the cables] with an off-grid solar, battery and generator system which provides 100% of the power to that customer,”

        That is written to make you assume he gets 100% of the power he needs from the system but actually it says it’s all the power he gets. Whether it’s enough or not.

        My favourite line is near the end:

        The town now has a microgrid system, including a gas generator and solar panels, which can provide power to the police and fire headquarters, a homeless shelter, emergency communications centre and a mobile phone mast.

        How nice of them to provide emergency power to the homeless.


    • JohnC says:

      It’s climate change for now as there’s not much ’empathy’ material from Ukraine at the moment as the action is in the East where men are killing other men in the hundreds and the BBC don’t care about that.

      They much prefer to wrench at heartstrings about women and children who are emotionally distraught through being inconvenienced.


  3. Monty says:

    Not BBC but sky’s obnoxious Kay Burley asking the culture secretary what the queen’s funeral cost, not once but twice


    • Fedup2 says:

      Burley going straight into republicanism then ?

      I suppose it’s bit early to criticise individual members of the Royal Family ( for whom I have no time ) but it comes in stages .
      The American ones will probably be back in America today and the msm will go for them again . But at least the ginger one has another chapter for his book …


      • BRISSLES says:

        Yep, they’ve got plenty of fuel to play with….

        No HRH for the kids (but didn’t they state not wanting titles ?)
        Uninvited to State Dinner
        EIIR taken away from his epaulettes
        Late (allegedly) in knowing about Grannie’s death just before public.

        Back home thousands of miles away they’ll feel safe, and the festering will begin again.


  4. JohnC says:

    Sabina Nessa: Group marks anniversary of teacher’s murder

    Buried in ‘London Violence’, we have the story that it is one year since Sabina Nessa was murdered – followed by night time vigils and protests right up until they found out is was an immigrant who did it.

    Then they list the women murdered under a paragraph saying:

    ‘girls are born into a society that’s strongly misogynistic. Boys need to learn how to communicate with girls so they don’t grow up to be haters of women.”‘

    Sabina Nessa was walking home.
    Sabina was murdered by an Albanian immigrant.

    Shadika Patel was waiting for a bus.
    Shadika was murdered by a black man

    Maria Rawlings was on a bus.
    Maria was murdered by someone called Valentin Lazar

    Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman were in a park.
    Bibaa and Nicole were murdered by a Muslim.

    Sarah Everard was walking home.
    Sarah is the only killed by a white English male. And that story got an enormous amount of coverage compared to the others.

    The reality of the advice they should give is ‘be much more wary of non-white males as they are many times more likely to attack you than white males’. That could save lives – but the agenda is more important to the BBC than any dead women.

    Certain parts of society are far, far more misogynistic than others. But the shameless BBC hypocrites will never go near that. The saying ‘Import 3rd world, get 3rd world’ has never been more appropriate.


  5. Guest Who says:

    BBC fact checking this.



  6. Guest Who says:

    Lemon and Dr. Shola on Vile on Five later?

    The lady with a brain… probably not.


    • Guest Who says:

      CNN and BBC. Peas in a pod.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Hey come on – you can the cogs in the coloured kidults empty head whiring looking for a logical response – but not finding one – so he keeps shummm unfortunately .

      That’s a technique for race industry uses – jumping on whitees sometimes brash words ( see carol thatcher – dr Starkey ) …


  7. StewGreen says:

    BBC does do advertising
    Usually agenda pushing for causes it supports.
    BBC Radio Humberside this morning is partnering with The Deep oceanarium in Hull in a Sustainable Palm Oil campaign
    Things I noticed
    7:55am Live from The Deep 5min chat about the new campaign

    8am news..”Queen blah blah
    ..and finally the Deep in Hull have launched a Sustainable Palm Oil campaign”

    8:25am “He we are live from The Deep talking about their new Sustainable Palm Oil campaign”


    • Guest Who says:

      BBC ‘journalism’ is mostly overpaid vetted cubicle PC droids surfing press releases from activists for approved propaganda triggers to copy paste.

      If dodgy, a selection of degree of separation phrases can be appended for deniability.

      I have learned.


    • Guest Who says:

      Sometimes the NS gets a like.


      • Thoughtful says:

        Pretty telling that Red Labour sees the maiun threat from the Greens and not the Blue Labour Tories !


        • Fedup2 says:

          Be a thing if the green Labour Party split the red Labour Party vote leaving the blue one with a 20 majority or even better – a hung nothing parliament …


      • tomo says:

        Tells you something about the intellectual poverty of the political arena in the UK at present.

        The now traditional innumeracy and ignorance of The Labour Party drones has the twerps wanting to dress up like XR…

        This is not going to end well.


  8. Guest Who says:

    BBC selected businesses, Ben?


  9. andyjsnape says:

    Off-gridders take energy needs into their own hands

    bliss … and a back-up generator


    • tomo says:

      When the nearest leccy pole is tens of kilometers away – you don’t need to be a Greenie to get into solar panels, windmills and generators and batteries.

      Even the arch eevil climate denier operator of WattsUpWithThat.com has solar panels – mostly d/t insane California power prices and sh1t reliability

      I see from the article pics that they aren’t averse to using a bit of dino-juice power up in the BC woods for tractor / excavator…


    • Guest Who says:

      The e-John Deere being piloted by the one in the bikini charged from burning ancient woodland pellets?


  10. Thoughtful says:

    I see our new Socialist Blue Labour Prime Minister is pushing the button on the sterling printer again. This time its more billions for Ukraine that she has no intention of ever repaying. The US are supplying weapons on a lend lease basis, meaning there is at least some intention of repayment however long that takes, we appear to have no such arragement.

    There now appears to be general disapproval of this ‘generosity’ with our money and I for one would not accept cutbacks in this country from a Socialist government wishing to grandstand on an international stage whilst telling the people at home they have to tighten their belts.


  11. tomo says:

    Twitter seems to have decided that due to my profile I should receive all XR official Tweets and a selection from their barmy / deranged acolytes.

    I feel it’s time we saw who is working for Twitter UK from Hermitage Barracks in Berkshire.

    Quite surprised they weren’t parading yesterday with shouldered keyboards?


  12. Guest Who says:

    Luckily, The BBC is exempted from answering anything.


    These are the clowns who sent a mass brush off to those concerned about their SAS ‘stories’ based on allegations by kindly old men in charge of Taliban strongholds.


    • JohnC says:

      Isn’t it amazing how these mistakes are always in favour of the BBC agenda ?.

      They are not mistakes at all. They are deliberate lies by activists.


    • pugnazious says:

      All part of the BBC pro-lockdown propaganda….they wanted to force kids to get vaccinated by scaring them with ‘news reports’ of children dying in swarms…they’d hype up and sensationalise any report about a child who caught covid and the tried to scare them more by claiming they might not show symptoms but in the end ‘long covid’ will get you and you’ll suffer life-long debilitiating consequences of catching covid…so get vaccinated.

      The BBC also wanted to force schools to close and they put, successfully, enormous pressure on government to do so……and masks.

      Naturally the figures show a miniscule number of children dying and that they generally didn’t suffer from having caught covid…..and that ‘long covid’ is pretty much a myth….mostly in the mind of people who want to be ill….any disease or injury will have longer term consequences for some…’long covid’ was invented as a term that could be used to scare us whereas the reality is that you don’t have a disease or even a cold and then suddenly wake up one day and you’re perfectly healthy…it’s a process that takes time….same for covid….ever hear of ‘long broken leg’ or ‘long pneumonia’? No…because ‘long covid’ was a ‘nudge unit’ brainwave meant to scare us….taken up with alacrity by the BBC….and it is quite possible that the BBC helped create ‘long covid’ by ramping up the fear of covid and increasing anxiety and depression of people who then succumbed to that fear and ‘caught’ long covid….ie…their mental health was destroyed by the BBC…..part of that ‘long covid lobby’.

      ‘What’s the link between long Covid and mental health? A study just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests it’s a significant one. The paper looked at more than 3,000 people who tested positive for Covid in the US. Of those who went on to develop ‘long Covid’, it found many of them already experienced mental distress before catching the virus.

      Speak to doctors and they’ll tell you they knew this from the start. One says it was fairly obvious early on that long Covid patients were suffering from anxiety. But as a long Covid lobby grew, it became a taboo for GPs to say this.

      British researchers writing this June in the journal Nature found an increase in the odds of developing long Covid in people who already had anxiety and depression. That study of 6,907 Covid sufferers also found age, being female, white or obese were factors in longer-lasting virus symptoms.

      In short, the most typical long Covid sufferer is a well-educated, obese white woman with a history of poor mental health.

      While many of these people are languishing on NHS waiting list, a significant proportion will also be long Covid sufferers. Getting to the bottom of what long Covid really is can only be a good thing, for its sufferers and for the British economy.’



  13. JohnC says:

    Just checking to see what happened about the rumour Meghan was wearing a microphone for Netflix through the funeral.

    Top result from Google said:

    ”Damaging’ claims Meghan Markle wore microphone while meeting well-wishers at Windsor Castle debunked’

    So I checked for the plausible explanation for the clear square device under her skirt and the ‘debunking’ was (from ‘The Mirror’):

    ‘a source close to Meghan told Page Six: “This is insane and actually damaging to her. Of course, she was not wearing a mic.”‘

    Ah – well and truly debunked then.

    The only actual explanation speculated on was:

    “Maybe she wears her belt on the inside and that’s the buckle. I often wear my belt on the inside with the buckle off-centre.

    Although I admit I’m no leading authority on celebrity fashion, I do wonder what a belt worn under that tight dress would be holding up ?. Industrial bloomers perhaps ?.

    Still – the mirror len it their support.

    If they can prove she wasn’t wearing a microphone, the BBC ‘Reality Check Team’ will fact-check it. Otherwise they will ignore it.


  14. Loobyloo says:

    Beyond Meat: Vegan food executive accused of biting man’s nose https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-62964369

    I would bet he isn’t a vegan/vegetarian, but if he is he could always claim diet deficiencies 😉


  15. Fedup2 says:

    From the DT about the culture secretary – don’t hold your breath –

    BEGINS Michelle Donelan has said she would review the BBC licence fee in the “coming weeks” as she declined to reveal whether it could be scrapped.

    The new Culture Secretary praised the broadcaster’s “tremendous” coverage of the Queen’s funeral, refusing to make policy “on the hoof”.

    But speaking to Sky News, she added: “It is no secret that I have been a long term sceptic of the licence fee and we need to make sure the BBC is sustainable in the long term.

    “I’m looking at this in the round, I’m someone who decides policy on evidence and that’s what I will be doing in the coming weeks.

    Appearing on the Today programme, Ms Donelan spoke of the “importance” of decriminalising non-payment of the licence fee, indicated by Liz Truss during the Tory leadership campaign, and declined to say whether the sale of Channel 4 would go ahead as planned.ENDS


    • Banania says:

      “I have been a long term sceptic of the licence fee and we need to make sure the BBC is sustainable in the long term.”
      Translation: fewer and fewer people will be willing to pay the licence fee so we shall have to get the money off them some other way, since the BBC is indispensable to Government international intelligence and subversion. We shall all be paying for it.


  16. pugnazious says:

    Justin Webb demanding C4 and the BBC be saved and not come under any government scrutiny or criticism….putting the case for the abolition of both ironically….certainly of the BBC as he fronts up the BBC’s own defence claiming the coverage of the Queen’s funeral was so good that only the BBC could do it and thus it must stay a national treasure as Netflix and Amazon wouldn’t provide such coverage.

    Hmmm…but they might if the opportunity was there…but why bother when it is covered by other broadcasters?…and not just the BBC of course….Webb had a slip of memory and forgot the commercial ITV and indeed C4 and C5 covered the funeral….and undoubtedly just as well as the BBC.

    If anything Webb’s defence says the BBC does news whilst Amazon and Netflix don’t and thus should exist….OK….limit it to news [and not views] and let others do the entertaining.


    • Guest Who says:

      £5,000,000,00 per annum for an OB of a dead royal seems a poor return.

      And as BBC ‘News can only now be what the likes of certain Welsh actors’ agents send in.. no ta.


      • pugnazious says:

        Yep…and you know that in the following months the BBC will be tearing into the Royals with a vengeance…..the only ‘Royal Family’ they are interested in is the MEghan and Harry show….a Prince married to a show girl…or is that a ‘Show and Tell Girl’? I await with great anticipation the next book, netflix film or podcast telling us how she loved the Queen and shed that strategic tear for her ….they would have got on so well really if only they weren’t all so racist and nasty to poor old ME ME ME.


  17. pugnazious says:

    It must be a hard listen for so many people when they tune into R4 only to be continually lectured on and bombarded by continuous propaganda about climate, empire and race…often at the same time as today when a programme about Gospel music turned into a programme about protest and climate change and civil rights. I know the BBC has to shoehorn climate propaganda into every programme but it’s a bit of torturous leap to force it and a narrative about racist Britain into one about gospel music……‘what, if anything, the environmental movement might learn from Gospel music’s part in the American Civil Rights Movement.’

    Immediately following we had a programme about the Fens….as the BBC tells us…‘Politics, commerce and climate change collide as Proulx looks at the English Fens.’….apparently thousands of years ago when Britain became cut off from the continent[or was that 2016? lol] we lost the connection to the big land mass and from then on we yearned to be part of something bigger and thus begot the Empire, colonialism,, nationalism and racism…no, really….written by an American of course….and all tied into climate change, and if I’d listened longer, I’m sure George Floyd would have got a mention.

    After the Fens a programme about The Swamp….that is the BBC and its fetid obsessions.


  18. Terminal Moraine says:

    ‘Community’ overload with Naga Munchetty on R5 re: Leicester.

    Hindu spokesman talks about the ‘new community’ who moved in in the last 5-7 years (won’t say who they are because “we’re all in it together”); outside agitators coming into town. Muslim spokeswoman talks about inflammatory social media; outside agitators coming into town.

    Community community community… younger generation need to listen to community leaders… learn some lessons… unjoin the dots… fudge the issues.

    Brits are to be held responsible for historical violence from centuries ago, but with special minority groups all the ancestral forces miraculously disappear and everyone in BBC world is left scratching their head.


    • Guest Who says:

      ISM involvement means Springster getting a few cubicle gardeners up from the ground floor to her new booth to be given a briefing. As she is a specialist.


      • Terminal Moraine says:

        Can the disinformation specialist be relied upon to spot ‘unjoining the dots’ or do we need a new BBC task force set up with a new Marianna?

        (And a few more quid on the licence fee to pay for it.)


  19. JohnC says:

    Channel 4: New culture secretary ‘re-examining’ case for privatisation

    The only way we will know if coat-turner Truss is another May is by her actions, not her words.

    This statement by her remainer culture-secretary is not a good sign. Nor was the fact that so many previous ministers have refused to serve under Truss.

    And what’s even more suspicious is how the likes of the BBC have not picked up on that.


  20. NISA says:

    BBC news website shouts “Liz Truss admits no US trade deal in ‘short to medium term'”

    Why the word admits? Has she previously denied it? Is it some sort of crime?


  21. digg says:

    I see the EU automaton, led by Macron are having another go at snaring the UK back under their jackboots.


    They are nipping round to try the back door with this clear charade. I just hope that sufficient awareness of what they are up to exists in our government and we politely decline their “offer” with two fingers!

    To all intents and purposes it’s just another waiting room before being sucked back in.


    • theisland says:

      Michael Heaver reported on this a week ago. Civil servants are trying to get Truss to accept the EU ‘invitation’.


  22. DYKEVISIONS says:

    BBC Question Time will be fun this week..
    Different host but plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose


  23. Fedup2 says:

    So old yet so new – Cambridge ring road university – vote sweaty man ..or baroness token ..

    Thanks for the reminder – nothing changes – that was one of the first programmes to be made in colour ©️


  24. tomo says:

    Joe Biden has today requested an audience with Queen Elizabeth.

    I stole that


  25. Fedup2 says:

    World at one – lady Brooke interviewing – separately – a paki ( not described ) and a Hindu ( not sure ) about the peace and harmony that is Leicester … I’m sure I hear Far Right Hindus being mentioned and it’s all because deprivation ….

    … so it sounds like the new king is gonna have to visit with some of the crew and open a few ‘yoof centres ‘ and talk to ‘community workers/ drug dealers and chuck a few OBEs around to quieten our valued third world native imports ….

    The prosecution rests …. How far is Wolverhampton from Leicester? I’m sure a Mr Powell might know ….


  26. Jeff says:

    People are getting steamed up because the New Yok Times has likened Liz Truss to Enoch Powell. FFS, if only…
    She’s horrified by the comparison; she should be bloody well honoured …

    Enoch had enormous intellect and moral courage. Not something I’ve detected thus far with Liz… He spoke the truth, whatever the consequences. knowing full well he was putting in peril his entire political career.

    He is often criticised for his “Rivers of blood” speech, particularly the “whip hand” comments always wrongly attributed to him, rather than a constituent.

    However, whichever way you cut it…

    He wasn’t wrong, was he?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Strange how Enoch and nut nut both made classical references. I really can’t see the point in a politician doing that because it excludes common plebs with only 3 degrees like me from understanding what the eff they were on about –

      And for Powell he was being too clever and lacked measure …


  27. Flotsam says:

    Leicester riots?
    Some woman named Kahzi ( I kid you not!) was interviewed this morning on BBC Radio 5 Live. I’ve no idea what race she might be Edit: Just did a search, her full name is Maimuna Kazi, she is described as a Radio Journalist at BBC Radio Leicester. I don’t know her origin or religion but suspect she might be Moslem from her name.
    Anyway during the interview she asserted that it was the Hindus that started the riot, which went unchallenged by the 5 Live interviewer.


    • andyjsnape says:

      UN alarm as Iran cracks down on anti-hijab protests sparked by woman’s death

      Maybe something cultural Britain could bring to Leicester?


    • JohnC says:

      I suspect the BBC interviewer was in fear of his/her/their/it’s career if they interrupted and said ‘No, the Muslims started it’.

      They might even get the same hatred directed at them as the Hindus.

      This whole thing shows a growing confidence by Muslims that they can do whatever they want and people like the BBC will not dare to challenge them. They should be publicly named and shamed for what they have done.


    • Banania says:

      “she asserted that it was the Hindus that started the riot.”
      And you still think she might not be a moslem?


    • tomo says:

      BBC Local Radio is a cesspit of poor talent, astonishing ignorance and insipid activism served up after being macerated + filtered to remove any lumps whatsoever – I simply can’t listen to it – to do so would result in a considerable dental bill from the teeth grinding provoked.


  28. Terminal Moraine says:

    Home page with another generic man: “Somaiya Begum: Man denies murdering Bradford student”

    The man is Mohammed Khan… probably no family ties to the Mohammed Khan who tried to storm the Queen’s coffin, or the Mohammed Rahan who stabbed police at Leicester Square.

    Definitely related however to the murdered student — he’s her uncle. But the BBC don’t tell you that, you have to go to an actual news agency to find out.



    • BRISSLES says:

      Half of BAME’S are called Mohammed Khan – bit like most Travellers are called John Smith.


  29. tomo says:

    I don’t want to put words in Don Lemon’s CNN script but he could usefully have deployed “derp…” there !


    • Jeff says:

      What a superb answer. He was absolutely flummoxed.

      Put that in your pipe and smoke it…


    • Scroblene says:

      CNN – the US version of the awful BBC.

      Never learn do they!


    • tomo says:

      The name’s Fordwich, Hilary Fordwich

      One can see that CNN thought she’d be on message as she’s on their quick dial buttons:

      Click to access Hilary-Fordwich-Bio.pdf


      • Fedup2 says:

        There was much appreciation on the twitter – the coloured character obviously has a ‘fan club ‘…

        But more seriously – I think we all need ‘reparations ‘ – I want compensation because I didn’t go to Eton or Winchester or some other public school where I’d learnt to be really entitled …
        What compensation do I deserve for a ruined life because of such deprivation ?

        I mean really – people after souped up welfare handouts because of ‘history ‘ – mad world ….


  30. tomo says:


  31. Fedup2 says:

    The bbc has now aired the Trudeau singing video the night before the funeral – it didn’t include the bit where he got his man part out and peed on the piano …

    If that had happened I’m sure there’d have been plenty of woke supporters saying ‘it was just a bit of fun’ –

    Trudeau – I think – is just an example of the falling standards after Elizabeth II passes …. Down the sewer we go …


  32. JohnC says:

    Just been reading the BBC reports about Leicester and the violence there. I had to look elsewhere on the internet to discover that basically the Muslim’s are the cause of it from start to finish. It’s pure racist hate.

    But of course the BBC NEVER blame Muslims for anything. So I took a look to see how they report things against Muslims by Hindus.

    The first article I found was from last month:

    The rise and rise of anti-Muslim hate music in India

    It contained the following:

    ‘ … part of a growing trend of music on YouTube and other social media platforms where supporters of the Hindu right-wing spew venom at Muslims.’

    Of course black rappers spewing venom at the police and white people is fine.

    The whole article is full of similar rhetoric of Hindus are bad, Muslims are just the poor victims. It uses the phrase ‘right-wing Hindu’s’ no less than 5 times just to make sure you get the message.

    Yet in this case they make no reference whatsoever as to who are the violent mob. They don’t mention how many of the 47 arrested are Muslim. My guess is 47. And the 25 injured officers are well and truly brushed under the carpet with the phrase ‘none of them are serious’ which apparently makes it alright. Same as BLM.

    The most outrageous racist double-standards by the BBC. Completely as usual.


    • taffman says:

      “Man, 20, jailed for part in Leicester disorder”
      Fair Play, I think that they are catching up now ?
      Could it be that maxincony has informed them ?


      • Up2snuff says:

        taffman, no. Instead maxi will try to attack JohnC for doing some investigative journalism, investigating the BBC’s journalism bias.


      • JohnC says:

        These violent mobs attacking the police are Muslims and so are the agitators coming in from Birmingham – yet that article does not make any mention of that at all. The reader has no clue who are causing all these problems.

        The first 2 rules for the ‘National Union of Journalists code of conduct’ are:

        1. At all times upholds and defends the principle of media freedom, the right of freedom of expression and the right of the public to be informed.

        2. Strives to ensure that information disseminated is honestly conveyed, accurate and fair.

        The BBC fail on both counts. They practise active, agenda-based censorship and only tell the truth when it suits them.

        They have very few journalists at the BBC now. The majority are left-wing activists.


        • taffman says:

          Johnc A job for OfCom?

          I think our new PM, our Home Sec and our Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, all have a large in tray ?

          I also think that the people of Great Britain ‘live in hope’ ?


  33. tomo says:


  34. StewGreen says:

    ITV local newsPR
    #1 “There are FEARS CONTROVERSIAL fracking could start up again”
    FFS that is totally loaded wording
    then they went straight into long spiels from activists
    who made totally outrageous untrue claims
    eg “a fracking well takes 20 years to start’
    “Sally Simpson ITV at Great Misson
    iGas boss was then given a questioning

    one activist was called Ms Hodgson


  35. StewGreen says:

    ITV local newsPR
    Item #2 “Black mums are 4 times more likely to die in child birth”
    FFS that’s fakenews cos it misses major context
    Almost zero women die in child birth white or black
    However the tiny few that do , do skew towards women born abroad in poor countries like Africa
    ie it is the previous bad health practice and care
    and NOT due to NHS or hinted racism
    PR for The Black Health Initiative


  36. Guest Who says:

    Rather reassuring that the best the massed ranks of the media #prasnews wagon circling cabal could concoct was…


  37. tomo says:


  38. Twin_Town says:

    Hi guys…. It’s been a while.

    I saw this and had to post a link: –


    The religion of peace and harmony gets a free ticket 🤬

    I wonder how many cases have gone this way? Poor woman had been bottling it up for years and now this – our country and judiciary is a disgrace 😢


    • harry142857 says:

      Didn’t the Lockerbie bomber get released from jail as he was on his death bed, lived another ten years.


  39. JohnC says:

    Watch the emotional farewell to the Queen

    Just for more evidence of the BBC bias, I watched this video for one reason : to see who the BBC chose to focus on in the crowd. I already knew it would not be a fair representation of the UK but it’s good to confirm it with actual evidence.

    The results (and actual percentage of the population) are:

    White Female 66% (44%)
    Black Female 9.5% (1.5%)
    Black Male 4.7% (1.5%)

    White Male 19% (43%)

    Every group over-represented except white males. Exactly as expected and the same as what we see in every other BBC article.

    And interestingly they also have the black woman with the union jack around her again who they also featured during the long queue and also walking past the coffin. Clearly a BBC plant. Dirty scumbags.


  40. Fedup2 says:

    Farage is reporting ‘ disturbances’ in Birmingham – more third world religious wars ?
    Nsturally the 9pm R4 news makes no mention – maybe its not true

    The news was followed by a debate about ‘ the future of the monachy chaired by someone of south asian heritage with farting noises from HMS Naughtie again .

    Off switch

    But i found myself doing unseemly maths – charles is 73 – length as king?

    William is 40 ?

    Junior is 12? ( dunno ) …


  41. vlad says:

    The BBC evening “news” (I use the term loosely) ran an inordinately long piece on the story of a possible miscarriage of justice in the US, in which a man accused of murder has had his sentence quashed.

    Does that really deserve a top slot in the evening news?

    Oh, hang on, his name is Adnan Syed, and the case received a lot of attention after members of his ‘community’ agitated on social media.

    Expect more like that, as the ‘community’ exert ever more power.

    (See Leicester)



  42. tomo says:

    When America sneezes ….


  43. Fedup2 says:

    Seems putin is escalating the War – so time for a new thread – and if he goes nuclear in the night – been nice knowing you …