518 Responses to Midweek 28 September 2022

  1. Loobyloo says:

    Something for Al Beeb to investigate – why are there no male equivalents of drag queens? (Drag kings?)

    Yea I’m first 🎉


  2. Thoughtful says:

    Makes youwonder what the hell is going on in Britain when the IMF steps in to intervene in a G7 nation and criticises the flagship policy of a new administration:

    “We are closely monitoring recent economic developments in the UK and are engaged with the authorities,” a spokesperson for the Washington-based crisis lender said Tuesday in an emailed statement. ”

    “engaged with the authorities”? So they are in talks with the UK government about what exactly ? an emergency crisis loan? Last time that happened was another Socialist failure brought about by Red Labour


    • Loobyloo says:

      Just read the comments on the telegraph website – ‘now you know the WEF is involved’
      Sounds like the EU – telling us how to run the country


  3. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Russians are reported to be fleeing to neighbouring Countries trying to escape the war and being forced to fight.
    They are being denied entry.

    It’s strange that those genuinely trying to get out of their Country because of real fears and reasons are being rejected yet thousands of economic ‘migrants’ are being collected as soon as they dip their toe in the Channel on safe Country France’s beaches.

    Steyn brilliant again tonight. Great guests as well.


  4. Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

    Question: How do I access the comments on the BBC website? I recall there was a special website where BBC articles with comments sections were posted in a nice format that included deleted comments. I wonder if that site still exists and if so I would be grateful for it.


  5. BRISSLES says:

    Been watching with interest Michael Palin’s travelogue to Iraq. I know these programmes are heavily edited, but like elsewhere the population is either very poor or fairly wealthy. The oil companies belong to the government, so little of the benefits end up benefitting those in need. However, there didn’t appear to be much unrest, although clearly a lot of security checks, but everyone goes about their business whether its bustling neon lit cities or in rural areas enjoying communal festivities.
    Seeing those who end up on our beaches ‘from Iraq’ are clearly not farmers, not if they can afford to pay traffickers £8,000, – money which would give them a reasonable lifestyle back home, I cannot understand why they’re here – ok they speak English, but aside from free medical treatment what do they gain from being here ? education they can get at home, likewise a roof over their head, so unless they plan terrorist attacks or opening an Iraqi restaurant, I’m asking why ? Or are they at risk at being called to do national service and flee before getting called up ?


  6. Zephir says:

    I wonder why this happened ?

    No need for Sherlock here.

    Terrifying moment seven women dancing for joy plummet into a pit as backyard ground collapses from right under them – the birthday party continued after they only suffered minor scrapes



  7. Zephir says:

    Spot the white people, no, actually don’t bother…I wonder why this endemic behaviour in the US and UK is not celebrated every 2 minutes in adverts and films ?

    Not borne out of poverty if one checks out their clothes, just greed and criminal nature.

    Kids as young as TEN joined the mob of 100 looters who stormed a Philadelphia WaWa in chaotic raid – as robberies in the city soar 40%



  8. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    Nigel is downunder where he is finding that in some states free speech comes at a price.

    The News South Welsh have learned quite a bit from the Mafia.


  9. tomo says:


    • vlad says:

      Millions of cubic metres of methane in the atmosphere.
      Oh dear, that’s a lot of sheep farts.


      • tomo says:

        After the gas has all puffed out – the seawater will flow in.

        – there’s the damage + cleanup if treated early enough.

        No mention of “Nord Stream” on the BBC web front page – a multibillion project arrack just waved away.

        Yogi Bear and Yoda teach football though with a puff for Qatar….


  10. Doublethinker says:

    The Italian election signals another battle in the war of ordinary people against the internationalist elites. Inside the EU this war has fronts in Poland, Hungary, Italy and Possibly in Sweden . There strongly growing opposition parties to the EU totalitarian state in France , Spain and Holland.
    No doubt the EU will use every dirty trick it can to undermine the opposition to its rule but people are seeing through this and every time th Brussels elite resort to suppression of democracy a few million more folks join the barricades so to speak.
    The potential fuel crisis in Germany this winter could seriously weaken the main pillar of the EU and leave it short of funds. The Brussels elite is keen to continue pursuit of Net Zero which will further distance ordinary folks from the elite.

    I think that the cracks in the EU dam are beginning to widen.


  11. Guest Who says:

    Liked by fellow exes Shuckman and Sweeney. Quite the club.


  12. AsISeeIt says:

    Tony Blair famously mobilised a host of celebrities in support of his New Labour Party. From the very pinnacle of British sporting success over to the Left stepped Manchester United’s manager Sir Alex Ferguson, there was the then popular Welsh songbird Charlotte Church, Simply Red’s Mick Hucknall, Baldrick from Blackadder… the list was near comprehensive.

    Keir Starmer has ex-footballer and Sky pundit Gary Neville: Gary Neville blasts ‘immoral’ tax cuts for rich… I don’t know any person on more than £150,000 a year that will think it’s the right thing to do to basically give us more money. (Liverpool Echo) – he obviously doesn’t know the top stars in his own game that well…

    Ronaldo fined €18.8m over tax evasion… Prosecutors say the proceeds were funnelled through low-tax companies in foreign nations to avoid paying the required tax. (BBC 2019)

    Gary Lineker facing £4.9m tax bill… The Match of The Day host has been told by HMRC that he is not a freelancer but rather an employee of the BBC and BT Sports and could face a tax liability of £4.9 million. (Tax Disputes, 4 Middle Temple Lane busy touting for trade online in May 2021)

    Over 300 footballers including Premier League stars ‘probed’ for tax avoidance… HMRC are reportedly looking to crack down on tax avoidance linked to image rights with 329 professional footballers, 31 clubs and 91 agents currently being investigated (Daily Mirror July 2022)

    Either our Gary Neville doesn’t know his own game, or perhaps he’s virtue signalling and asking us to swallow a load of old tosh.

    Noticing the sudden hullabaloo about the fall in the value of sterling and the supposedly causationally related proposed tax cuts, one smelt a rodent.

    Could this be the work of Rishi Sunak’s City pals extracting their revenge on Truss and Kwarsi?

    The Telegraph has a similiar theory: Run on pound blamed on City Remainers… Hedge fund manager Chrispin Odey has claimed the historic rout of the pound was triggered by Remainers in the City who “hate” the government

    If this is the work of disgruntled Europhile Tories then they are playing with fire: ‘A Labour moment’: Starmer sets out his plan for a return to power (Guardian)

    Good to see that while politicians, political factions and even parties may come and go, the media influence of those shady deep state actors goes from strength to strength: ‘Twindemic’ Alert.. Go get you jabs! (Daily Express... “United with the people of Ukraine” – because… of course we are)

    Putin blamed for gas pipeline ‘Terror attack’ (Daily Express)


    • Guest Who says:

      Don’t forget immunity against hurricanes.


    • Up2snuff says:

      AISI, “Could this be the work of Rishi Sunak’s City pals extracting their revenge on Truss and Kwarsi?”

      Could be.

      More likely the Bank of England as Remainers deliberately keeping the interest rate low to cause problems for a Conservative Government who are in power, as well as then make a few bob for themselves and their City pals who are Remainers as Chris Odey has noted.

      Think we are heading down a route that may include moves toward a World Government. Of course that might mean redundancy for a massive numbers of bankers and FX traders if there is just one world currency. Ooops!

      Remainers: be careful what you wish for!


  13. Fedup2 says:

    Asiseeit – musings rather than the BBC

    I think our Gary is in a competition for the knighthood with our David beckham – some might say ( I don’t ) that David queuing for the queen was his latest attempt while our Gary is going for the labour knighthood .

    Who cares ? Honours are dishonest …..

    Anyway – more importantly – mortgages are now being offered at 5.99%. The markets are well ahead of the disfunctional Bank of England which is completely out of step with the real world .
    If mortgages are really 6% now – what will they be in 6 months ? I reckon nearer to 10% – if Russia continues fighting and inflation continues up .

    And the effect of this ? Maybe repossessions – a retraction of the southern housing market ? Certainly a deepening recession . More public sector strikes . More CCJs – more personal bankrupts …

    Red Labour – then – has an open goal – but it has a tendency to cock it up . The chancellor has demonstrated not being up to the job .

    . I’ve written here that any idea of cutting taxes when the fools are cutting down money trees is mad – well it is .

    Solution ? Freeze public spending – by hook or by crook – increase interest rates by over 2% by December 2022 . Find a way of stopping the 45% tax cut

    None of the above will happen ….

    Funny isn’t it ? Now that the government is going to borrow money to subsidise your fuel bills – you don’t hear about people freezing now or riding buses to stay warm .

    But come Saturday – when the new rate kicks in – we might here a ‘not enough ‘ narrative … with references to godless Christmas – which the Christ hating BBC always refers to …


    • G says:


      All the so-called, “Leaders” of nations are collectively trying to screw their countries over. ‘Scorched Earth’. Take Turkey, with inflation at about 80% what does the clown Erdogan do? Go for another interest rate reduction when those before failed completely.

      I wish I had access to their collective ‘Grand Plan’ i.e. the conspiracy.


      • Fedup2 says:

        I suppose it all ends in some form of real war as opposed to the phoney one being fought now …..

        Can’t see what the gain is – absolute power ? The WEF are rich enough – powerful enough – but do they want more ?
        Their existence is more widely known all the time …. Surely a failure on their part …

        Maybe they just want brainwashed kids living in the ‘new normal ‘ – they’ll never know what they lost ….


  14. Guest Who says:

    Kev Maguire is concerned all the media will spoil Surkeer’s special moment because of staff problems.

    Luckily the bbc understands. The Moaning Emole has only… chuckling Ed.


    Liz Truss’s troubles leave Labour buoyant

    Labour’s former leader Ed Miliband is in ebullient mood. He leans back in his chair, headphones on, chuckling, talking to us on the BBC’s Newscast podcast a few hours after Sir Keir Starmer’s speech to this year’s Labour conference. Now the shadow secretary of state for climate change and net zero, he knows what losing feels like and he’s been around long enough to see his party do its fair share of internal bickering. He, like others in Liverpool, are convinced something has now changed.

    And there is, undoubtedly, a buoyancy here. A buoyancy borne of banishing the internal squabbles of the past; floating too on the self-made troubles of the new prime minister. People here have looked on open mouthed at what’s happened in the last few days in the markets and are worried about the consequences. But they are excited about the political chance they hope it might give them. Sir Keir calculates Liz Truss has chosen to sail away from the seas upon which an election can be won; he wants to be seen to be tacking straight towards them.

    Read full analysis >

    Chris Mason
    BBC political editor

    Nice, isolated, insulated, sealed propaganda bubble, Chris.


  15. Flotsam says:

    The Nordstream pipeline explosions. It couldn’t be Green eco terrorism could it?
    There are other possibilities. Perhaps an attempt to increase gas prices and pressurise Europe by the USA or China ?

    There isn’t any logic to Russia doing it.


  16. Guest Who says:

    Bent Bouyancy Cabal


  17. Guest Who says:

    A politico media establishment can hide behind this only so long.


    Think Meloni, Ed, Justin….


  18. andyjsnape says:

    Flu and Covid could make this a hard winter for UK

    “could”, might, maybe, might not

    Promotion for the flu jab?


  19. StewGreen says:

    “All the papers are focusing on the tax cuts,
    but the IMF has also criticised the government’s energy price limiting policy too.”

    What’s the IMF’s record on giving the UK correct warnings ?

    Did it warn the UK about RUSHING into mad green policies
    that left the UK with depleted gas storage & extraction
    that now caused a crisis when IMPORTED gas prices went ballistic ?


    • StewGreen says:

      The IMF actually promotes to countries that they should adopt “green growth” plans

      when in fact those plans will
      – cost countries £trillions
      – cause their energy prices to rise
      – cause their domestic energy to be unresilient to spurts in world gas prices

      as been proven to happen
      ie the US fracked and had more resilience.
      cos they had gas on their doorstep and could export surplus at high prices.


  20. Sluff says:

    Thinking about Rupa Hug’s grade A leftist racism against Kwasi Kwarteng, thus reminding us all BTW that race issues for the left are not an issue in themselves but just another tool of the left to create division and undermine society, reminds me of an old joke from the early 1970s.

    A guy ( or woman) interviews Stevie Wonder.
    ‘Stevie, you are a great singer/songwriter, but it must be terrible being born blind’
    ‘Hey’ says Stevie, ‘it could have been a lot worse, I might have been born black’.

    I’ll get me coat.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Never fails a snigger …


      • JohnC says:

        ‘snigger’ is dangerous word to use these days.

        One typo and you would have your life ruined by viscious lefty activists if you were on twitter.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Thank you for noticing – that one was chosen more carefully than usual . It’s like the term ‘coloured ‘ I use .

          I use it because in the not so far future the race industry will adopt it and demand everyone uses it of be declared a witch / racist …

          Some would red my comment and think’ that writer is obviously a dinosaur because of the words he uses . Absolutely the opposite – as I’ve said here before – I have dirty hands because I once carried out ‘ racial awareness’ training – a sin I can never forgive myself – so I’ve been on courses to ‘enlighten ‘ on the causes and expressions of racism .

          Hasn’t stopped me from being a racist though …( site monitors – one for the ‘file ‘)


          • BRISSLES says:

            Fed, terminology is becoming an unnecessary minefield in today’s climate.

            Growing up in the 50’s and 60’s and when black people were as rare as hen’s teeth, the odd one could be seen from the US Air Force base nearby. I remember saying ‘black man’ and Dad reprimanding me for being ‘rude’ and should use the word ‘colour’ instead. Well, that’s all been turned on its head, they want to be called ‘black’, but it seems that ‘colour’ is back in fashion !!

            Mum used to have a ‘costume’ (old word for suit) in ahem n……r brown, but I can’t remember it being detrimental to the colour of human beings, it was just a colour, like fuschia pink – but now I can understand the connotation. And we don’t dare mention Guy Gibson’s black labrador dog !

            As for the nonsense with Trans……. I never waste my time with all that. He is he and she is she.


  21. Fedup2 says:

    Today watch

    Kier starmer – apparently the leader of the red Labour Party – when asked – whether a labour MP called rupa huk – sister of BBC presenter should be in the Labour Party . Huk described the coloured Tory chancellor as ‘ superficially ‘ coloured because he didn’t sound coloured .

    Now I don’t like ms Huk – in fact a think she is either loopy or vile or both

    But I believe in free speech – and to effectively destroy her for her comment is wrong . Challenge – yes – but surely the red Labour Party shouldn’t disown her ….

    Mind you – it has a record on loopy coloured female MPs ….


  22. Fedup2 says:


    Leader of the red Labour Party – pm in waiting – who gets to ‘interview ‘? Yes – the softy – the Martha – not comrade Robinson or dodgy Amal –
    She even asked him if he is looking forward to seeing his children tonight .. ? Sweet .. almost makes him human …bless


  23. JohnC says:

    IMF sounds alarm on UK tax cut plans

    Latest in the live-feed the BBC are running to allow them to publish every criticism of the government they can find. It’s exactly as they did with ‘Partygate’.

    Meanwhile the headline for Labour is:
    ‘Labour promises free breakfasts at primary school’

    The destruction of Boris by the BBC using this non-stop onslaught technique was one of the most outrageous acts of politcial assasination I have ever seen. And because they got away with it, they are doing it again.

    What am I missing here ?. Why is everybody just quietly accepting it ?. Are they afraid the BBC will give them the same treatment ?.


    • MarkyMark says:

      ‘Labour promises free breakfasts at primary school’

      free – no cost?



      • Wild Bill says:

        Having free school breakfasts and free summer hols meals isnt just the cost of the food, there is the cost of getting all the staff in to run all of it, security of the school and cleaning up afterwards, and most of the staff won’t want to do it either, I worked in schools for 15 years.


  24. MarkyMark says:

    Christine Lagarde has been found guilty of negligence in approving a massive payout of taxpayers’ money to controversial French businessman Bernard Tapie but avoided a jail sentence.19 Dec 2016


    Christine Lagarde: IMF chief convicted over payout


    LiveLIVEIMF sounds alarm on UK tax cut plans


  25. JohnC says:

    The sabotage of the Nordstream gas pipes is a big story and has disappeared from the BBC sub-panes completely.

    That tells me 100% that the Russians didn’t do it.

    The question I keep asking myself is whether is is right for the Western media to blatantly and deliberately lie to us about what is going on in Ukraine.

    Russia are clearly the agressors – but their reasons are much deeper than we are told.


    • Fedup2 says:

      The Tucjer show last night covered this . Public comments by both Biden – and his psycho hence girl declaring they will ‘end it ‘ does suggest that the US did it …

      … the troubling thing is ‘what will putin do in response ‘.? Tuckers ‘ guess is to disrupt undersea internet cables – between say – the US and America . ( typo – I meant Europe )

      If I get back to Blighty as planned in a couple of days my first stop is an ATM to get out some devalued pieces of paper with numbers on them – more than I usually have – as much at £100 in cash ….
      Other than than – put hydrocarbons in the car – a few more tins of food and bottled water ….. again … we’re doomed doomed ..


      • tomo says:

        Anybody carrying more than the mandated 3shillings and 11pence will have the difference confiscated on discovery by plod.

        Stop and search for illegal funds

        I commented here several weeks ago about the 15 minute song and dance at my local Tesco Extra superstore when I paid for a £10 grocery buy with a £50 note.


      • JohnC says:

        I was talking to a mercenary returning to the UK from Syria on a flight a few years ago and I asked him who played the most dirty, the USA or Russia – basically trying to confirm to myself that we are good guys and Russia are not.

        His response surprised me a bit : he said they are both more or less the same in what they are prepared to do.

        That was a very interesting conversation.

        As was the time a clearly extremist Muslim going back to Pakistan was sat next to me and I engaged him in conversation as the only chance I would ever get in a ‘friendly’ environment to learn what made him tick. But that’s another story …


    • Dickie says:

      Whatever the rights and wrongs of the present conflict in Ukraine this may help to understand the reasoning behind it:



  26. andyjsnape says:

    Cost of living: Margarine prices rise, but blueberries get cheaper

    bBC has over 23,000 staff, and comes up with this


    • JohnC says:

      I would guess that their recruitment over the last 10 years has been based on quotas and half their staff are basically such low grade, they can only be given trivial things to do. So they have them writing absolutely pointless rubbish and making cheap-trick videos to fill the web site.

      My personal favourite is still one about a crazy black woman in London who danced everywhere she went.


    • Wild Bill says:

      Blackberries and wild apples are free.


  27. MarkyMark says:

    More than eight months after the underwater volcano near Tonga erupted on Jan. 14, scientists are still analyzing the impacts of the violent blast, and they’re discovering that it could warm the planet.

    Recently, researchers calculated that the eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apa spewed a staggering 50 million tons (45 million metric tons) of water vapor into Earth’s atmosphere, in addition to enormous quantities of ash and volcanic gases. This massive vapor injection increased the amount of moisture in the global stratosphere by about 5%, and could trigger a cycle of stratospheric cooling and surface heating — and these effects may persist for months to come, according to a new study.




    • Fedup2 says:

      Ban volcanoes that cause climate change


      • JohnC says:

        lol – inconvenient truths are ALWAYS ignored by the Left.

        Just like who are the terrorists and who does all the stabbing.


        • Fedup2 says:

          It’s one of my big argument against acceptance that human activity is the cause of adverse climate change – there are long term cycles which we do not have records of – they disciples claim they understand how the climate works – no they don’t – so don’t base future economic plans ( carbon zero crap ) on unknowns –

          For all we know the planet might be heading for an ice age and human activity is slowing that down a tiny bit …


          • JohnC says:

            … or even that by slowing it down, we cause other changes to occur which break the natural cycle and cause complete catastrophy in hundreds or thousands of years.

            The point is that they have no clue what WILL happen. They just observe what DID happen then make up a story as if to say they know why it happened. Then they tweak their story when something they did not predict happens.

            I am quite certain they have no clue what we actually need to do to limit global warming to any specific number of degrees. They just say whatever happens to fit what could realistically be paid and which they can then tap into themselves.


  28. Guest Who says:

    Imagine Jaq and Justin dancing the Last Waltz on the smouldering remains of the planet before entering the WEF/IMF/BBC 3 Acronym bunker?

    And hearing Lord Creosote bellowing having found out the filet mignon in his suite is 3D printed from Limp Dems once things got tight.


    • Guest Who says:

      One could run it by Springster, but she blocks any not sharing bbc values.

      Seems she likes the same wippens of woah that St. Jaq does.

      #propagandabackedbycensorship using specially curated collective will.



    • JohnC says:

      Actress using buckets of empathy to distract from all the bits she doesn’t say.

      Their real objective is left-wing fascism.


    • Fedup2 says:

      That was very well rehearsed don’t you think ? Approved free speech is great …


    • tomo says:

      Hey Kiwis – get a wiggle on and make Jacinta history – the jokes’s over peeps – we’ve seen enough.


      • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

        At least another year to go before there is any chance of getting rid of her. She’s still helluva popular believe it or not.
        I’ve have noticed that more people are able to see through her now and it is looking like she may just lose the next election.
        The media are so tame and woke controlled and they spout WEF propaganda all the time.
        Meanwhile her mission to stifle free speech and subvert democracy continues unabated.


    • MarkyMark says:

      New Zealand will continue to cooperate with ‘more assertive’ China, Ardern says
      This article is more than 1 month old
      Despite their differences the nations have shared interests, Jacinda Ardern says as she plans trip to China

      Jacinda Ardern at a lectern with the New Zealand flag behind her
      New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern at a press conference last month. She is planning a trip to China to ‘seize new opportunities for dialogue’. Photograph: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images
      Tess McClure in Auckland
      Mon 1 Aug 2022 02.20 BST


    • G says:

      For goodness sake, someone give her a carrot……………


  29. Guest Who says:

    Emma, as ever, nails i… gets nailed.

    This reply describes BBC efforts neatly too.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Emma Kennedy💙
      Author. Screenwriter. Celeb Masterchef Champ. Excellent at conkers. For Lego builds go to
      Insta EmmaK67 Letters from Brenda: http://fal.cn/3lhLj
      londonemmakennedy.netJoined March 2009


  30. StewGreen says:

    BBC More Or Less explaining people shouldn’t be looking at the gas SPOT market, cos British energy corps don’t buy on the spot market
    they buy far in advance.

    “Those long term markets have fallen from 10 times normal prices , to now 7 times”


    • Thoughtful says:

      Priced in Dollars and Liz Truss has tanked the pound. Oil prices have fallen like a stone, but prices at the pumps are still high as they ever were.

      Where is the outrage from Libore? Why are they so quick to jump on useless silly bandwagons but so slow to tackle things which really matter.
      They will moan and carp about high profits, they will look to these to seize and squander for themselves, but they will not help the common people when they have the chance.


      • StewGreen says:

        Prices at the pumps are clearly NOT as as high as they were

        It’s not so much that the pound has fallen
        rather that the dollar has risen against all other currencies
        cos each country has to buy more dollars to buy the same amount of gas.


      • Kaiser says:

        did truss and kwartang manage to tank the euro at the same time , how clever


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      In July, the UK bought electricity on the spot market from Belgium at a premium of 5000% (average price £178 per megawatt hour, UK paid £9724). Nice work if you can get it.



  31. tomo says:

    Probably the main reason the Biden administration blew up Nord Stream – to pressure Germany


    • MarkyMark says:

      If you’d travelled across the world to pursue a better life, would you move back in return for money?

      Germany is betting that the answer is yes.

      The country has long offered migrants and asylum seekers financial incentives to leave its shores, and until 28 February 2018 it’s prepared to pay out extra.

      Individuals will get €1,000 and families up to €3,000 (£2,650; $3,540) to cover rent or resettlement costs back in their home countries – things like basic kitchen or bathroom facilities.

      Critics say Angela Merkel’s government is trying to bribe its way out of a tricky situation, but supporters say the scheme will help sad, exhausted migrants who just want to go home.

      Germany is by no means first to this approach. So where else has done it – and is it morally wrong?




    • Ian Rushlow says:

      On February 7th, Biden said that the US would stop Nord Stream 2 in the event that Russia invaded Ukraine. For once, he’s done what he said he would.



    • Thoughtful says:

      Slava is reporting the lunatic German liberals and potentially traiterous Merkel signed a contract with Russia for 40 Billion cubic meters of gas per year until 2030 which they are contractually bound to pay for whether they take delivery or not!

      If that’s true then the Russians would be getting paid come what may for the next 8 years!


      • Foscari says:

        I wonder one day if Mata Hari will be considered to be a saint
        against what Angela Merkel did for Germany.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Boom – hope the wind is blowing East …


  32. StewGreen says:

    9am Radio4 dared to have a prog with white males on
    9:30am they rushed into a prog with a Caribbean female chef
    who has brought on a female Caribbean guest
    and they are now banging on about “fried plantain which reminds me of my heritage”


  33. Guest Who says:

    BBC covers it all.

    Too often, up.

    Rupa Huq next DG?


    • MarkyMark says:

      “We’ve got too many chicken shops in our town centres (London), … We’ve got too many pawn brokers in our town centres (London 2015). We’ve got too many gambling shops in our town centres (London 2015). Elect me (Sadiq Khan) to be the London Mayor and we’ll sort all those three things out. {metro.co.uk aug2015}”

      …. compare Mr. Khan with a man speaking from years ago, in the desert ….
      “O ye who believe! Intoxicants and gambling, (dedication of) stones, and (divination by) arrows, are an abomination…” – Qur’an 5v90

      Who is in charge of 7000+ pubs in London in 2017?

      … wait, 3 years earlier Sadiq Khan spoke at the Chicken Cottage Awards in 2012 for more Halal and Chicken Cottage …

      “Here’s the beautiful thing … these are British products, selling Islamic Products, selling Halal Products (Halal – throat cut whilst conscious, slaughtered by Muslim only employee, incantation to animal from a Koran by Muslim only). That is niche and general, but it’s gone main stream. {Sadiq Khan – youtube Chicken Cottage Award Ceremony 2012}”

      – Mayor in charge of 7000+ pubs of London with moral conflict with his religion?
      – Mayor in charge of betting shops of London with moral conflict with his religion?
      – Mayor promises fewer chicken shops (2017) but was promoting more Halal chicken production (2012)!
      – Mayor promotes Halal food process – which is positive discrimination for Muslims! {halalfoodauthority.com}

      {previous halal post}

      “London chose me as their mayor, not just an ethnic minority, not just a religious minority, but a Londoner of Islamic faith.” – Sadiq Khan, {cnn.com sep2016}

      Very odd that Sadiq Khan’s London Manifesto 2016 does not mention voting for him because of his Islamic Faith?




    • tomo says:

      The little Khant “at it” yet again.


    • vlad says:

      Sadiq Khan? Why am I not surprised. His true colours are coming out.


  34. Guest Who says:

    Timing….. is all.


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      BBC News



      Persecution of people with albinism (sometimes abbreviated PWA[1]) is based on the belief that certain body parts of albinistic people can transmit magical powers. Such superstition is present especially in some parts of the African Great Lakes region, it has been promulgated and exploited by witch doctors and others who use such body parts as ingredients in rituals, concoctions and potions with the claim that their magic will bring prosperity to the user (muti or medicine murder).[2]
      NHS nurse who used voodoo magic to force Nigerian women to work as prostitutes in Europe so she could fund a lavish lifestyle is found GUILTY of trafficking in the first case of its kind
      Nurse lived double life between south London estate and mansion in Nigeria
      She used a witch doctor in Nigeria to convince village girls they were under spell
      They were trafficked to Europe in horrific conditions before working in Germany
      Ground-breaking investigation and prosecution lead to her being convicted

      PUBLISHED: 15:40, 28 June 2018 | UPDATED: 01:52, 29 June 2018



      • vlad says:

        And with the coming food and energy shortages, they’ll all be coming here.

        Investment tip: buy shares in rubber dhingy manufacturers.


    • tomo says:

      What a little joy!

      “Climate Creatives” !

      – I wonder who dreamed up that moniker?

      Telly Tax at work

      I’d wager it’s every bit as grim as the promo hints at.


    • Kaiser says:

      Climate Creatives … how apt


  35. StewGreen says:

    Labour’s Corbynites always say there was a Starmer/establishment conspiracy against them
    Looks like they’ve gone to Al Jazeera,

    “Unprecedented leak exposes inner workings of UK Labour Party”


    • tomo says:

      I watched “The Purge” and will watch the rest.

      I get the feeling that some of the Corbynites have been given soft focus, rational, cuddly reasonableness personas – but even still it’s piss-poor behaviour on stilts from the Labour central bureaucracy.

      What is interesting is the procession of well known faces whose antics wrt to skulduggery are rarely if ever exposed.. Harriet Harman at Angela Eagle’s leader launch party ferinstance…

      I’ve never been a fan of Labour internal struggles – but this is, I feel, – on a different level regardless of what you think of Corbyn (me: I don’t like the bloke – or his “policies” and regard him as delusional)

      The involvement of the BBC in the promulgation of smear campaigns doesn’t get any mention that I can see. For the lies to get as far, as fast as they have – BBC collusion is a given.


    • StewGreen says:

      I’m trying to look at @BBCradio4 Twitter, but this Corbyn supporting lot are showing themselves to be deranged
      They have spammed Radio 4 by tweeting hundreds of times about this ProCorbyn documentary
      One guy tweeted them 20 times within 2 minutes

      Meanwhile Corbyn supporter @Naomi4LabNEC
      Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi has been tweeting a crazy PR stunt
      “Today my guest pass was taken away.
      How to make left wing *Jews* welcome in Keir Starmer’s Labour Party”
      .. but she also tweeted prior to that she had been suspended
      and now again tweets that
      “As a *Jewish* woman elected to Labour’s NEC and suspended last week by the party”

      Yet it seems she is a strange troublemaker as if she’s run by the Iranians or something
      She got elected to the Labour National Executive
      then she went off to a meeting with a group banned by Labour
      and therefore she got suspended last week
      and therefore when she turned up yesterday at the Labour conference her pass was taken, cos she is suspended
      Yet she in her tweets plays the Jewish card
      She has no need to mention that she is Jewish in her tweets

      She’s on video

      She previously had to pay £200K libel
      for saying this on the Vine Show and Facebook about a BBC journalist
      “The journalist who did that so-called investigation has a terrible record of Islamophobia, far-right politics, he’s been disciplined at – BBC has had to apologise.”


  36. Sluff says:

    In 1975 a beer in Austria was 12 schillings and there were 40 schillings to the pound.
    in 1980 a beer in Austria (same beer, same bar) was 15 schillings and there were 30 schillings to the pound.

    What happeed in between? UK inflation reached 26%. There had to be an IMF emergency bailout.

    Our useless government have forgotten that inflation kills everything economic. You can pretend otherwise but all that happens is that the day of reckoning comes later and harder.

    Pensioners whose companies went bust and whose pensions had to go into the Pension Protection Fund have a maximum inflation increase of 2.5%. The government doesn’t even know they exist.


    • G says:


      All said and done, those that ‘govern’ us (and the opposition) are not very bright.


      • Thoughtful says:

        G those who govern us are not paid enough to be “Very Bright” and yet again you see the consequences of poor pay bringing poor quality talent to a job.

        Of course there will always be a queue for any job with a 6 figure salary and the only qualification being a big enough gob, but is it really only people like Fick Ange a woman with more kids than O levels you want to attract to the job?

        Just remember the pay for the Prime Minister in Winston Churchills day was 2.5 times what it is now, and if it were the same the PM would be being paid £450K which is still less than the governor of the Bank of England and the DG of the BBC !


  37. StewGreen says:

    R4 now “The 55 Tufton St lobby group people won’t come on air to talk about funding
    .. So here’s Ed Davy”

    FFS righty groups are NOT free to list their funders
    cos what happens is Greenpeace and all send intimidation letters
    “we know where you live, so you’d better stop giving money to that righty org,”

    Lefty lobby groups like Client Earth filter their donations through various funds
    so their funding is opaque too

    Ultimately “who funds the messenger” is not important
    what counts is the validity of the message
    the logic and evidence it presents.

    It doesn’t matter that Putin may fund anti-frackers
    What counts is that when they say fracking is dangerous
    they are unable to present a list of dead bodies.


    • StewGreen says:

      This BBC prog is now pushing a conspiracy theory
      “First Tufton St focussed on getting government spending down
      then they focused on getting Brexit done
      and now they are turning to Climate Change”
      Em GWPF of Tufton St have been fighting mad green policies.

      Then they played a Matthew Sinclair clip
      and actually said “he has been fighting these policies for 10 years”
      So they have just contradicted their own conspiracy theory.

      oh “clip of Ed Davy speaking against Matthew Sinclair’s article about Climate Change taxes”

      oh now “Tufton St won’t comment, so here’s more Ed Davy”

      Oh now clip of Angela Rayner


    • StewGreen says:

      They Twitter account that defends the BBC says it loves this anti Tufton St prog

      Hang on this Laura Phillips “Save the BBC” account is a new one from 2020
      I wonder what happened to the old one ?


  38. andyjsnape says:

    Women’s symptoms ignored by GPs – campaigners

    And men dont?


  39. pugnazious says:

    Rupa Huq’s racism is quietly brushed under the carpet by the BBC….this would not be the rather anodyne heading that it is if it had been a Tory MP…..

    ‘Rupa Huq MP apologises for ‘superficially’ black remark’

    OK then…let’s just forget all about it.

    It would more likely be …

    ‘Rightwing Tory MP makes racist slur’

    And the text would go on to ask if this is indicative of the Tory Party as a whole…is the Tory Party institutionally racist? We know this is how the BBC would report it because it is how they report any sexual offence by a Tory…the whole party gets smeared by the BBC which claims ‘there is a pattern here which suggests the Tories have a problem with women….’….completely ignoring all the sexual offences committed by Labour MPs…no pattern there apparently and no conclusions to be drawn…just as the BBC quietly tried to ignore claims of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party…the BBC certainly wasn’t keen to go looking for those ‘patterns’ then.

    And the BBC is more than happy to ignore all the comments about ‘coconuts’ and ‘choc-ices’ by people it employs and frequently invites in to comment….indeed the irony of asking Lammy to comment on Huq…the man who doesn’t like white saviours’ and denounced Brexiteers as Nazis and white supremacists. If, as he says, Huq should ‘stand those comments down’ should he not also ‘stand down’ his comments….and indeed be called a racist himself and suspended from Labour….and called to account by the BBC?

    Just waiting for the day a comedian comes on to the BBC and demands we #KillDarkie….and the whole panel just laughs it off…just a joke…he doesn’t mean it…lol.


  40. StewGreen says:

    Someone in 2014 set up a Save Our BBC org with a Twitter account and website
    Yet since 2020 it hasn’t done anything

    “was a private company limited by guarantee, registered under the Companies Act 2006 as a Community Interest Company, Number 9349426. It was formed on 17 December 2014 and was wound up on 17/12/2019”

    Officers list
    They chose to use an accommodation post box
    rather than actual addresses

    BLACKMAN, Peter Matthew
    Management Consultant
    CLEMENTS, Adrian Paul
    Occupation Computer Consultant

    LEIGH, Laura Patricia
    PACKMAN, Mark
    Change Control Manager


  41. s.trubble says:

    At any time of doubt that the L/Fee must go get the mental picture of M r. G Lineker counting his 1,5 million POUNDS STERLING!


  42. StewGreen says:

    BBC More Or Less tackled hyperbolic claims about the number of people who watched the Queen’s funeral
    They concluded that “4 billion” was merely a crazy pre-prediction from a crazy US speaker
    And that actually less than 1 billion did
    and that in the UK it was quite less than half UK population.

    BBC bragged it was more than half
    just on the BBC https://www.twitter.com/bbcpress/status/1572292123667607557


    • JohnC says:

      The BBC footage included the black woman with a union jack draped around her shoulders whilst in the queue, while walking past the coffin and also whilst stood watching the coffin go by.

      Have they admitted she was a deliberate, agenda-driven plant yet ?.


  43. tomo says:

    According to Polish defence minister – the Yanquis blew up the Nord Sream pipes


  44. Fedup2 says:

    Tomo – the BBC knows the dirty Russians did it .. but anyone with a brain would say yankees ..,


  45. Tabs says:

    BBC Have Your Say on ‘Nord Stream leaks: Sabotage to blame, says EU’

    Second highest voted comment is asking for Putin’s murder:
    Ah! Vlad The Mad is up to his old false flag tricks again eh!

    It’s long overdue that he ‘fell out of a window whilst shooting himself in the back of the head several times after drinking Polonium laced tea’!

    PLEASE, someone make this happen!

    Just for a test I reported the tweet saying it encourage illegal activity i.e. murder. BBC moderators replied within a minute saying no house rules broken.

    Just like the rest of the BBC, rules can be ignored when it suits their agenda.


  46. andyjsnape says:

    Tim Cook: ‘No good excuse’ for lack of women in tech

    Another tick box – how about just the right people for the right job!


    • MarkyMark says:

      ‘No good excuse’ – families, babies, periods, thinking hats?


    • G says:

      The RAF – Very seriously racist.


    • StewGreen says:

      Research in Sweden showed that women CHOSE to stay out of tech jobs

      choosing to stay out of boring lonely jobs, to do more interesting stuff
      In communist countries there was a high number of women in tech jobs cos they were forced into them.


  47. vlad says:

    Oh dear, the Duke and Duchess of Monteshitshow have been demoted to the very bottom of the Royal Family’s website.

    Queen Meghan is now on a par – and right next to – the I-don’t-sweat Grand Old Duke Of York himself.

    Ultimate humiliation. She must be incandescent with rage.

    How sad 🙂



  48. andyjsnape says:

    Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin speaks about racism from fans

    ‘It’s a sad truth, but it’s because you’re the black child on the show’.

    Or maybe just because your crap?


  49. Fedup2 says:

    If it were to become apparent that the US had blown up the gas pipes – does that mean NATO goes to war with itself ?

    ( Vlad putin asked me to ask )


    • StewGreen says:

      I doubt the Americans would directly attack an asset linked to Russia
      cos that would be war


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        A more likely scenario is that the Americans would use somebody else to make such mischief, thereby ensuring they are in a position to claim ‘plausible deniability’. For example, the Norwegian special forces would have the capability to deal with undersea pipes. The use of British pilots by the Americans on U-2 spy flights was in a similar category
        e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_U-2#United_Kingdom

        The Russians are frequently accused of using paramilitary forces from the Donetsk and Luhansk regions in the same manner.


        • Dickie says:

          Think you will find that most of the fighting is being done by the Donbas militia. They are being supported by Russian artillery and air force and of course the Wagner units. The Russian regular army is only involved in infantry combat when the militia require infantry support. C’est la Guerre.


  50. andyjsnape says:

    its a fact checker by the worlds most trusted..

    Labour: Keir Starmer claims fact-checked

    Its so good when the bBC fact checked it or I wouldn’t believe it, honestly!