Midweek 5 October 2022

Please cancel your TV Licence Direct Debit . On Wednesday we will witness the anti British Far Left BBC continuing its’ war against a democratically elected Governmenf – using money extracted under threat from the hapless taxpayer …

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  1. Thoughtful says:


    I hope to God this is an accident as the last thing the world needs now is the little rocket man kicking it all off again against South Korea.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Guessing Kamala has gone home …. North Korean missile again ? Testing out Biden / Obama ? – nothing to see ?


    • taffman says:

      And I thought that President Trump put the little rocket man him in his box?


      • Demon says:

        He did. Unfortunately Bidet, like Pandora before him opened the box and let out all the evils in the World like Rocket Man, Putin and the Taliban.


    • Zephir says:

      That would be Biden, warmonger, like Blair

      get the immigrants in who will work happily for minimum wage


  2. taffman says:

    “The unexamined drive towards multiculturalism as an end in itself, combined with the corrosive aspects of identity politics, has led us astray,” Braverman claimed.
    Lets all hope that Braverman is not another Patel.


    • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

      Suella Braverman for PM. That’s my choice. Let’s hope Liz Truss doesn’t impede her work on dewoking the police and stopping the boats.

      Most of the anti -Truss hysteria is hyped up by the Tory old guard which is pro rejoining the EU. I include Boris in that. They are hoping that the Labour Party win the next election and will take Britain back in. They think they will be able to say ‘we” had nothing to do with it”.


      • tarien says:

        Every line Braverman spoke in at the Conservative conferance was planned for the audiance to applaud. What was the content of the speech, what did she actually say that would put a stop to the invasion of immigrants/migrants swarming onto British shores?
        Being an immigrant her self, no doubt she feels empathy towards such. Being born in the UK does not cancel the culture or ideology which in her case remains Asian/Indian. Going back into the EU would without doubt de-bunk, to use that phrase, of what this did to keep us safe these past 100+ years. Britain fought to free most of Europe and it cost us dearly in lives, but by their attitude one would not think so-I lived in France for a number of years and the reaction I got from those French people I got to know, was that they had a great deal of respect for Britain and were very unhappy with their current President who they felt was not helping France with its very concerning problems- one being over immigration.


        • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

          Tarien. Braverman is British. She is the one of the few MP’s with enough courage to stand up for the British Empire. She was a staunch Brexiteer all along before dithering Boris came along and is not a recent convert like Liz Truss. She might have an Indian cultural background but that does not mean she has any affinity with the illegal invaders. Name one white tory MP of any ability that is prepared to be as tough as she is towards the illegals.


          • tarien says:

            With respect I shall remain unconvinced until we see just how tuff she will be on the immigration matter.


            • Fedup2 says:

              Braverman – I watched the speech – it could have been pritti useless standing there reading it – in fact it might have been the one they used in 2021 – 2020 – 2019 …..blah


    • MarkyMark says:

      80 Seat Majority – 0 Action from all conservatives.


      As the fleet approaches the Suez Canal, Egyptian military forces fire a warning shot, causing the fleet to steer south, around the Cape of Good Hope. To the surprise of observers, the apartheid regime of South Africa floats out barges of food and supplies, which the migrants throw overboard. The international press is thrilled, believing the rejection of these supplies to be a political statement against the apartheid South African regime. Western leaders, confident the migrants will accept supplies from their “more virtuous” nations, organize a supply mission, funded by governments, charities, rock stars and major churches, to meet the migrants off São Tomé. However, the fleet does not stop for these barges either, and when a worker from the Pope’s barge attempts to board one of the ships, he is strangled and thrown overboard. The press attempts to contain coverage of the murder.

      When the migrants pass through the Strait of Gibraltar, the French president orders troops to the south and addresses the nation with his plan to repel them. However, in the middle of the address, he breaks down, demanding the troops simply follow their consciences instead. Most of the troops immediately desert their posts and join the civilians as they flee north, and the south is quickly overrun by the migrants. Some of the last troops to stand their ground take refuge in a small village, along with Calguès, an old man who has chosen to remain at his home, and Hamadura, a Westernized Indian who is terrified of his “filthy, brutish” countrymen and prides himself on having more in common with whites than Indians. The troops in this village, a total of nineteen Frenchmen and one Indian, surrounded by what they deem “occupied territory”, remain the last defense of Western values and “Free France” against the immigrants.



  3. tomo says:

    They’re gonna revolt aren’t they?


  4. tomo says:

    Maybe they’ll cook up a short cut to the good times….

    Royalties for Tony in return?



  5. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    Geert Wilders never gets anywhere meaningful in the Netherlands despite having the advantage of proportional representation. I wonder if they will finally change and lend him their vote?
    When will the British revolt? Since narrowly voting for Brexit the timid right wingers have gone back into their shell.
    I do see comments on various sites saying “we need a Giorgia Meloni here”. Oh, very adventurous.
    What would happen if there was someone like that in the UK would you vote for them.
    ” No can’t do that” would be the response.
    The ‘right wing’ Brits are always threatening to vote for the milksop Reform party but in the event even this becomes too radical for them.
    Am I wrong?


    • theisland says:

      You are not wrong.
      For Britain (Anne Marie Waters) has had to throw in the towel due to the stupidity of the electorate.
      Reform are broadly OK but will never tackle Islam head on.
      The establishment are wedded to Bliar and his minions and are relying on their infiltrated and bullying organisations to spread the agenda/instil fear.
      Not to mention (ultimately) votes for 16 year olds and good old postal voting.


      • tarien says:

        Agree-the most dangerous foe that will eventually force itself upon us are those that follow the teachings of Islam-they are already in places of power including the Government, their satanic idiolgy has crept all over our Media, TV, every magazine, even into telling us how to cook our food, such as Nadiya Hussain on the TV every day, why? Obvioulsy to increase the growing intergration of ethnic peoples, and to push the idea of Islam into every aspect of our lives. ‘They are not different you know’! Of course they are differen, there is nothing within Islam that is anyway near Christianity, or the values of which this nation endeavours to live by. Multiculturalism does not work and is continuing to destroy this nation.


      • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

        theisland, I’m sorry to hear that ‘For Britain’ has ceased to exist.
        I felt really hacked off when Ukip destroyed itself so I know how you must feel.
        I think I could write a guide book for emerging political parties. I was once in a party of the mild Left which began to make a name for itself and fell apart after an internal dispute following a unexpected election reversal. The setback was not devasting but the acrimony was.
        I can’t see Richard Tice’s Reform Party getting anywhere, they’re not hungry enough but something could arise. Don’t give up.


  6. Zephir says:

    We have a new generation of clued in voters for the next general election, all with sucked in cheeks, orange complexion, cardboard eyebrows and cod lips:

    “I jus literally like don believe wot i jus seen on ther bbc is sooo bad der coservatives innit, iss lliterallly ike a bad fing dey is literally like racist innit

    all dese black peeple dey is literally need to nick from shops and kick shit out off peeple and taker dere mobile fone cos peeple is racist innit

    Vote labour we all get iphone 14 wiv betta camera


  7. Zephir says:

    A journey home from Kings Cross brings home how thick as sh;’t our next generation are

    I’m like..and he’s like, and it’s like


    Yeh no….

    I wonder how they would respond, after saying literally for the 4th time if someone said, “so, not metaphorically then ?”


    • Zephir says:

      It was literally hot this summer thass climate change innit

      “define climate”

      “bbc says it is”

      “so, a warming of the arctic, leads to fresh non salt water entering the North Atlantic bottom drift,which is salt water.

      Fresh water will disrupt this leading to our climate being similar to Canada and Moscow who are on similar latitudes.
      Not warm.

      but for arguments sake let us call it the gulf stream which I am sure you are more familiar with: I will defer to Wikipedia: this time:

      The Gulf Stream, together with its northern extension the North Atlantic Drift, is a warm and swift Atlantic ocean current that originates in the Gulf of Mexico and flows through the Straits of Florida and up the eastern coastline of the United States then veers east near 36 latitude (North Carolina) and moves toward Northwest Europe as the North Atlantic Current. The process of western intensification causes the Gulf Stream to be a northwards accelerating current off the east coast of North America. At about 40°0′N 30°0′W, it splits in two, with the northern stream, the North Atlantic Drift, crossing to Northern Europe and the southern stream, the Canary Current, recirculating off West Africa.

      The Gulf Stream influences the climate of the coastal areas of the east coast of the United States from Florida to southeast Virginia (near 36 north latitude), and to a greater degree the climate of Northwest Europe. There is consensus that the climate of northwest Europe is warmer than other areas of similar latitude at least partially because of the strong North Atlantic Current.[1][2][3] It is part of the North Atlantic Gyre. Its presence has led to the development of strong cyclones of all types, both within the atmosphere and within the ocean.


      • Zephir says:

        Does anyone on the bbc ever wonder why they have palm trees in north Scotland and not in Moscow ?


        • markh says:

          Zephir, no they don’t, they have no knowledge of anything outside London. And very little within it, come to that.


      • Guest Who says:

        Justin and Matt lined up?

        With Springster running interference.


    • tarien says:

      Absolutely right Zephir-the use of American speech, they call English, has pushed itself into our daily language-‘No one ain’t taught English like i was’. No indeed, reading, writing, and arithmatic, those were the main subjects I was taught, and until I had mastered those, I would not have moved up to other subjects, such as Physcis, Chemistry, Languages, et al. In my first job as an apprentice, I had to write a note to a customer and this was checked by by immediate boss. There was a pride in what we did, that followed on into later life. I can’t stop my Grandchildren from saying ‘Like’ but apart from that they read and write their language well. What will be their future? God alone knows.


  8. Fedup2 says:

    Elon musk to buy twitter ( again ) will he allow president trump and all the other people cancelled by the nazis back on it ?
    The wokes must dread free speech on the twitter – and plod will have more decent citizens to visit at home – intimidate – and arrest in front of family and neighbours stazi style .


  9. andyjsnape says:

    bBC interferes (sorry reports) on future US elections

    Why does it (bBC) feel the only way is the bBC way! All left is right 🙂


    • Guest Who says:

      Katty back over there?

      No Saz for Blonde and Blonde Blondecasting?

      Or Lurch for Blonde, Blonde and Bri Dome Tribute?


    • AWOL says:

      Oh, FFS!
      “The upcoming midterm elections for US Congress, the first nationwide vote since Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol nearly two years ago, have many Americans on edge. The BBC’s Katty Kay has been finding out why.”

      They didn’t storm the Capitol, they were invited in. I can’t/won’t even read beyond that, as with all of their output it is biased.
      She should have dressed more smartly to pose for that picture.


  10. andyjsnape says:

    “Please cancel your TV Licence Direct Debit . On Wednesday we will witness the anti British Far Left BBC continuing its’ war against a democratically elected Governmenf – using money extracted under threat from the hapless taxpayer”

    Mine was cancelled years ago 🙂 I’ll NEVER fund this organisation again, being white, man and British


  11. theisland says:

    As already mentioned, another good show from Steyn last night.


  12. Charlie Farley says:

    ” Border Force Australia ” on one of the Freeview Channels …..if only our Border Farce was just 10% as good ! . Just hope Braveram will be allowed to do what she’s promising but it’s a big ask with BBC and labour pro the daily Invasion !


  13. Fedup2 says:


    Looks like the BBC narrative for the Conservative Party is ‘it’s over ‘ – Robinson is obviously the chief cheerleader and the long months leading up to the 2024 election will be a constant attack on anything Blue Labour and ‘look away ‘ when it comes to the Red Labour gang .

    Once upon a time the thought of a red labour government horrified me – but now there is so little difference between them that – really – who cares …?

    I can’t see either of them doing anything to control the BBC .


  14. Fedup2 says:

    Toady update

    Ok ok – bee lady interviews that Gordon Brown . He apparently was a Scottish prime minister ‘British jobs for foreign people ‘ was his best line .
    He reminded me of how repulsive Labour is – giving the money earned by hard working people to the feckless – the breeders who raise their brood on welfare …..

    Bee lady didn’t ask him why he sold our gold at the bottom of the market – a question he should be asked every time he opens his Far Left gob .


  15. Zephir says:

    As I said before, I am no expert in economics but I do appreciate
    Our new chancellor has studied economics in detail, how many on here can say that ?

    warteng was born in the London Borough of Waltham Forest on 26 May 1975,[3] the only child[4] of Alfred K. Kwarteng and Charlotte Boaitey-Kwarteng, who had emigrated from Ghana as students in the 1960s.[5][6] His mother is a barrister[7] and his father an economist in the Commonwealth Secretariat.[6][8]

    After starting school at a state primary school in Waltham Forest,[9] Kwarteng attended Colet Court, an independent preparatory school in London, where he won the Harrow History Prize in 1988.[10] Then Kwarteng went to Eton College, where he was a King’s Scholar and was awarded the Newcastle Scholarship prize.[11] He read classics and history at Trinity College, Cambridge, achieving a first[11] and twice winning the Browne Medal.[12] He was a member of the team which won the BBC quiz show University Challenge in 1995.[6][13] At Cambridge, he was a member of the University Pitt Club, and has since returned to visit.[14] He was a Kennedy Scholar for a year at Harvard University,[11][15] and then earned a PhD in economic history from the University of Cambridge in 2000, with a thesis titled Political thought of the recoinage crisis of 1695–7.[16]


    • Fedup2 says:

      Wow – me and the chancellor have one thing in common ….


      • Zephir says:

        Yep, me too, I went to Cambridge once, it was raining, and the sex shop was closed so I came back with a Black Sabbath video instead, that bloke just cannot sing. but his wife has a gob on her.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      Switch SOAS for Cambridge and you might be looking at the CV of the racist idiot Lammy.


    • tarien says:

      We opened the door for him- that certainly having done business in Ghana, he would never have had a chance of getting or achieving what he got through the UK . The countries of Africa, no doubt have some very intelligent capable people who could do so much to improve their own nations if given the opportunity, which sadly their governments will not provide-its easier for them to remain in the corruption scenario and enjoy the fruits of what their own people should be getting. So don’t blame Britain for your troubles Africa, its your governments that should d be blamed. Will it change? I doubt it as long as the pickings are so generous.


  16. Fedup2 says:

    BBC News

    All 43 police forces have promised to do police work – this involves – apparently- ‘catching criminals ‘ . However they seem to still being allowed to do ‘hatee speech ‘ .

    Avoid . Don’t have your thinking ‘checked ‘…


  17. Zephir says:

    And now villified by the bbc and the left as stupid ?


  18. Sluff says:

    BBC bias all too clear this morning.
    On Toady, the Bee Lady ‘interviews’ one of the BBC’ s go-to favourites, Gordon Brown. I say interview, but as usual more like a cosy fireside chat among buddies.

    The topic is the threat of the evil Tories not increasing benefits by inflation but instead by the lower.average pay rise of the suckers who have to pay for it all

    The Bee Lady, to be fair, does pick him up on his selective assertions. She points out that Universal Credit only went down last year because it had gone up to cover the Covid period. She points out those on benefits are getting £1050 towards their energy bills.

    But crucially she allows him to get away with it every time. He just swats these comments away and carries on with his thesis, as an experienced politician should. There is no follow up, no challenge.

    There is not a cat in hells chance that the same gentle questioning and acceptance of the obfuscatory answers given would be used by the BBC on the Tories.


  19. MarkyMark says:

    Gordon Brown’s Gaffe


  20. MarkyMark says:

    Liverpool council finds 24 adult asylum seekers who are posing as children as it launches legal fight to stop almost £1million in taxpayers cash being spent on their care. A legal fight has begun to stop almost £1million of taxpayers’ money being spent on adult asylum seekers posing as children, it emerged last night.7 Dec 2018


    • tarien says:

      This maybe an aopportunity for the Home Secretary to show her muscle-I’m not hopeful of her being from an immigrant family.


  21. Doublethinker says:

    GB News has many virtues , one of them is the reasonable questioning of guests who are climate change fanatics or liberals supporting mass migration.
    In both cases as their lies, deceits , exaggerations are stripped away they fall back on the argument that their position is the only moral one and that our country must set an example to the rest of the world.
    They seem to forget that back in the first half of the nineteenth century we did in fact set an example by outlawing slavery and we lost a lot of sailors and spent billions in todays money on enforcing that ban.
    We took the moral high ground and defended it against all comers. It hasn’t done us much good has it!


    • Fedup2 says:

      I saw the Lawrence fox interview with President Trump – after various sections he spoke to Varioud Democrats . Their comments reminded me of that Russian psychological phenomena where you can condition a response –

      Each democrat just ranted about the evil of president trump as opposed to the sainthood of the corrupt Obama Biden … it was painful .

      Lawrence fox is quirky in a way only GB News would allow – and Farage hasn’t been deported from work `Australia – yet …


  22. Foscari says:

    It’s a topic you wont hear about on the BBC but many
    wonder why India is one of the World’s staunchest supporters
    of Russia.
    We in the UK very much in general believe and hope that the
    Indians in the UK,
    are “fully ” integrated ethnic communities.I live in an
    area in North London with many Indian neighbours and
    not only do we get on very well , but are friends also.
    BUT dont anybody think that the Indian government in
    their political views are anything like our neighbours.
    The Indian government has supported the Russians
    whatever they do! And it is reciprocal, and has gone on
    for decades.
    We in London would not know anything about it. BUT if
    the Russians were to nuke our capitol. The Indian
    government would more than likely be one of the only
    countries in the world to abstain on a vote in the United
    Nations. As they have on many issues in the past.Or voted with Russia.


    • tarien says:

      Very simple Foscari, Multiculturalism does not work and never will. The integration of ethnic peoples will not merge as is shown by those that follow the teachings of Islam. Islam is one law to them and cannot be disobeyed,-our ways our laws our ancestry of 2000 years is simply beyound their ken, the values of Islam are to encapture, enslave, destroy.


  23. digg says:

    Surrey Police should be put into special measures, they are running around acting like Hitlers brown shirts on the slightest whiff of reported wrongspeak on social media.


    This is out of control plod lunacy and must be being fuelled by the proportion of “activists” in their force.

    Come on someone high up, give them a slap and get rid of the wokeists in their ranks.


    • Fedup2 says:

      The characters who do this are usually unnamed and unashamed – it’s time they were personally held accountable as a way to remind them – personally – that there can be real consequences to such stazi methods –
      And that needs to go up the chain of command . If that arrest goes to charge and the CPS – if they decide to prosecute – I will – unusually for me – put my hand in my pocket to help the Defence .
      Enough . We will all be waiting for the knock at the door ….
      Next stage is being carted off …


      • tarien says:

        Its all down to this Braverman woman now-I’m noy hopeful she really understands this nation or its peoples.


    • StewGreen says:

      Farrow’s long thread about her arrest https://www.twitter.com/CF_Farrow/status/1577092705154666496

      A later thread puts the point that police
      #1 entered her home
      #2 entered church premises to go into the office where her devices were on charge


  24. StewGreen says:

    Is the BBC Radio Humberside breakfast prog impartial ?

    The presenter tweets

    MORNING ALL 🤘🏿😜🤘🏿


    ⛔️: FRACK OFF w/ @East_Riding


    (His typo WAT = WAY)

    Seems a strong anti-fracking message
    AND Then when I switched on for a few seconds
    presenter was saying “Tell us what would it take
    to restore TRUST in Truss ?”

    That sounds like UK media bubbleworld habit
    doing down our country

    BTW his tweet includes a GIF animation of a fat black guy speaking patois
    .. https://www.twitter.com/Kofi_Smiles/status/1577537910051569664


    • StewGreen says:

      He’s put up a report about his interview with the anti-frackers


  25. Thoughtful says:

    Chickens are about to come home to roost today, and we in Britain are going to pay the price of the criminality of the Mafia Democrat crime party.

    In an attempt to bribe Americans into voting for them the criminals have been releasing 1 million barrels of oil from the strategic oil reserve. This reserve was meant for a time of national emergency, not so criminal hucksters could use it to bolster their election prospect, and there now needs to be legal measures to prevent Socialists doing this in the future.

    OPEC has decided to quietly wait in the wings until the SOR is depleted to cut back production, not wishing to enter a tit for tat war with the US and appearing to be confrontational with a man who they know has absolutely no morality, and to whom criminality comes naturally.

    So they have waited patiently while the criminals got on with bribing the US electorate, and now the West is hit with a number of problems all at the same time which the criminal and incompetent Socialists have created for us.

    Aside from the fact the lunatic Democrats have swallowed the Green pill and destroyed Americas energy independence they are now going to have to buy oil to restock the SOR at a time when there is less oil and it costs a lot more money. This is going to put pressure on the remaining oil supplies forcing prices up even further.

    Today OPEC meets to decide on the scale of the cutbacks in production, and it would not surprise me to find the price per Litre of fuel by Christmas is hitting £3 a litre

    Just to make the criminal incompetence even worse the EU is about to decide an energy price cap on Russian oil and gas, which will work by sanctioning countries who buy it at full price. This is suicidal and it’s not as if the lunatic Socialist w***kers in the EU don’t know it, they’ve had enough warnings, but just as the Germans were warned about gas, no warning is strong enough to knock sense into those thick heads.

    So now we have a situation where the worlds oil production is threatened even further because if countries say they won’t buy Russian oil they have to get it elsewhere, and if they do at a lower price they gain a competetive advantage over others. If India and China both buy at full price the West will not receive the goods it absolutely needs for its citizens to survive.

    Therefore the pressure on the price and availability of oil becomes even greater, and there might even be an oil shortage. I would urge everyone reading this to make sure your tank is full and regularly topped up, and if you have available storage, fill that as well !


  26. Peter Grimes says:

    Actions ….sometimes…. have consequences.


    Do you think the Express got the tip from Guido’s piece?


    I don’t know if any posters here have ever been part of an Al Beeb televised ‘debate’, I certainly haven’t, but if there is a clearer example of Al Beeb having these gobby, Leftoid nutters on speed dial, I would like to see it.


  27. StewGreen says:

    Speaking yesterday to The Telegraph, Ms Hughes, who works in the private sector
    said: ‘They can do that to me because of their media policy.
    I am not allowed to say anything.
    I have brought the company into disrepute so *yes I am being sacked*’

    Asked if she meant what she said by host Jeremy Vine, she replied: ‘No, of course I would, of course I would.(resuscitate a Tory)’

    ‘But it is appalling the way we have been treated. All nurses have been slapped in the face.’

    “That is the point I was trying to make and yet I had someone goading me from the other side of the studio and laughing. It made me so angry and I directed the comment at him.”

    Mrs Hughes added: “I lost my temper and I said something inappropriate. Now I am going to lose my job because the Twitterati have gone to town.

    “I am being vilified for being some monster that doesn’t care and unfortunately the problem is I care too much.”

    Mrs Hughes stepped down from a front line nursing role in 2020 and became a trainer at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust, as part of the education and workforce development team.
    She left the trust last year.

    Now she works for some Surrey Uni business.

    So AFAIK she hasn’t actually been sacked yet
    I don’t support instant sacking of people for speech-crime, there should be a proper process.
    Heat of the moment comments are special
    I’m more concerned how she was *selected* for two different shows.


  28. G.W.F. says:

    Only Saying

    Come on Sweller, time to roll yer sleeves up.

    Whilst we are watching the conservative farce 9 boats with over 500 illegals bobbed into Dover yesterday All now tucked up in bed well fed seen the doctor all thanks to British taxpayers.


  29. G says:

    Simon Webb does an excellent job of exposing the liars who constantly peddle the concept that black people in the UK have always been here. Right back to the so-called, Beachy Head Woman thousands of years ago.


    • StewGreen says:

      Until you meet scientists and talk with them it is easy to believe the myth that what “scientists say” is science.
      With Simon Webb’s info we contested scientists on 3 occasions in Leicester.
      The BBC’s official DNA expert told us she did not mis-speak when she said lots of African slaves were brought to Britain
      Indeed she doubled down and insisted that black Africans had been in Britain since Roman times and were quite common
      So we asked “Do you have DNA evidence for that ? cos that would mean the DNA would show up in lots of modern people”
      She replied “No we don’t see it. that DNA must have become diluted”

      The FA’s sociology expert on football hooliganism seemed to be of a similar mindset.

      A University archaeologist also made similar claims.
      So we asked about DNA
      He said African DNA had been found in one body 80,000 years old
      and that for the rest in the last 2,000 years it was skull shape provides the evidence and DNA proof is sure to come sometime in the future
      .. That of course is not a scientific way of speaking.
      So I conclude that in education there is strong groupthink that black Africans must be quite common in Britain’s history.


  30. StewGreen says:

    George Monbiot is pushing a wacky conspiracy theory
    Wonder if he presents any proper evidence.

    “Rightwing thinktanks run this government.
    But first, they had to capture the BBC
    George Monbiot
    Why are representatives of these shadily funded groups treated as impartial observers on flagship news programmes?”



    • Guest Who says:

      It is obvious now the utter loons are either convinced or trying to convince themselves and their bubbles of some right wing propaganda conspiracy in media when anyone with coherent analytical skills can see what they are worried about and what they are trying to twist.


      Post everything… 28Gate, GretaFawn, Justinmeltdown, RogBail…. that The BBC is totally in the tank of climate propagandists is undoubted.

      You’d think the collapse of their icon Sir Boaty’s reputation would be a matter for concern by now.

      Propping up Citizen’s Climate Assemblies to get kudos from Major Khan and ZeroBoris to please the few inside the insulated bubble? Turning a great brand in the ‘Planet’ series into a joke… not smart.

      Were I a broadcaster I’d be worried that more and more utterly loathe them, their woke staff and their core ‘talent’ so much their near weekly falls from grace as they transgress or implode get celebrated with media shark frenzy being the only sport worth watching.


    • StewGreen says:

      NDA so guy’s name is secret
      ‘He signed his famous catchphrase across my breasts’:
      Stripper claims she met’ star in club before he dumped her when ‘he found out she was pregnant and forced her to sign NDA’

      The Scottish Sun first tweeted the story
      followed closely by the Sun
      “Famous catchphrase”
      “Primetime star”
      “Would also see me when he was filming the show for the BBC”.


  31. MarkyMark says:

    Saudi Arabia has won the right to host the Asian Winter Games in 2029.

    The Games will take place in Trojena, Neom city, a planned mountain resort that is due to be completed in 2026.

    Surrounded by the Sarawat mountains, temperatures are cooler in the region and it aims to be a year-round destination for winter sports.

    Neom chief executive Nadhmi Al-Nasr said the venue “will have a suitable infrastructure to create the winter atmosphere in the heart of the desert”.

    The tourist destination will have the Gulf’s first outdoor ski resort, a man-made freshwater lake and is planned to be powered by renewable energy.

    There will be natural snow on the mountains but some artificial snow will also be used.



    Saudi millionaire cleared of raping teenager after telling court he may have accidentally penetrated 18-year-old when he tripped and fell on her
    Ehsan Abdulaziz, 46, invited two women back to his flat after a night out
    He had sex with the 24-year-old as her 18-year-old friend slept on the sofa
    Teenager claimed she woke to find Mr Abdulaziz forcing himself inside her
    But the businessman claimed he slipped and was today cleared of rape


  32. Doobster78 says:

    Jeepers … does the hard, far left ever shut the f up !!!! They find offence EVERYWHERE ! Obviously first call to the BBC of course who are more than happy to lap it up !!

    Moving On Up: M People founder livid song was used by PM
    He said the band were “quite left-leaning” and were “really upset” and “livid” the track had been used.

    “No-one said to them ‘Tony Blair and new Labour used that song all the time’… or ‘Mike is really vociferous on Twitter and social media about being an anti-Tory’,” he said.

    He said if Ms Truss had “bothered to read the lyrics, it’s hardly suitable”.

    “I don’t think they think in any depth.”

    He added that he had “checked with legal” and been told “we can’t stop them” using the track.

    “If we’d have known, we could have sent a letter of cease and desist,” he said.

    James Small-Edwards, a Labour councillor in Westminster and the son of the group’s singer Heather Small, also tweeted about the use of the song, calling it “an apt choice



  33. StewGreen says:

    Anyone keeping tabs on prosecution of footballers ?
    at a glance I see
    Mendy out on bail suspended by City.
    Greenwood out on bail suspended by United.
    Partey out on bail, but still playing cos he hasn’t been charged


  34. Fedup2 says:

    Anyone know any ‘peak time ‘ catch phrases used by wealthy BBC types – I’m guessing it must be some one from one of those dance shows –
    The story doesn’t interest me but anything to damage the bbc does …


  35. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #1 – Dim Beeboids show up how dim some Aussie politicians are as well

    Discussion, some might call it a shit-stir, over the advice given to King Charles over COP27. Notwithstanding the fact that the King’s role has changed since he was the Prince of Wales, the obvious advice to not go was because the travel to COP27 raises an obvious danger of air travel plus the possibility that the King might catch some germs. He is not a young man. It is pretty obvious why he has been advised not to go to COP27. Duher!

    We lost one Monarch last month, to lose another this year would be totally careless.


  36. Fedup2 says:

    Not bbc – but there’s a nice spin on Twitter about the real reason for Russians pulling back in Ukraine is to enable the use of a Big Bang ….


  37. StewGreen says:

    Melton Mowbray horse woman turned up for her trial today
    only to be told it’s been delayed until August 2023
    ..such delays are unjudicial punishment.

    Nov 2021 sabs filmed her slapping her horse
    she said it was a spur of the moment reaction to put the horse straight after it had endangered her
    and so pled non-guilty.
    She was sacked from her teacher job anyway
    Now RSPCA prosecution over a spur of the moment slapping is taking almost 2 years.

    Vs footballer Kurt Zoumawho pled guilty
    Feb 8th film came up of him kicking a cat repeatedly
    His club fined him 2 weeks wages £250K
    He pled guilty so quickly went to court May 24 th
    Jun 1 sentenced to 180 hours unpaid community work and fined £8,887
    He lost an Adidas contract but still plays
    His brother, Yoan, got 140 hours


    • Thoughtful says:

      pled? I don’t believe that is a word currently in the English language! The past participle is pleaded !


  38. Lucy Pevensey says:

    I’d like to lock every one of our “Diversity” politicians (Including Mayor Khan) one at a time in a room with these lovely young women.


  39. Fedup2 says:

    Seems like the ‘nurse ‘ who said something about not treating Tory voters ( or was it letting them die ) is to lose her job at a Private hospital (saga) because it has bought the place into disrepute .
    But I’d ask – really – does she cross the barrier – the limits on free speech ?

    Obviously – as some one who does nt have time for the medical mafia or the Far Left like her – I’d hope she’d spend the rest of her hopefully short life on the dole … but others might disagree ….
    There’s a kind of link to the Asian woman on QT failing to explain why her mortgage rate was over 10% …
    But she’s repossession fodder …


    • MarkyMark says:

      “lawfully sacked for writing tweets which criticised government policies.” {bbc.co.uk aug2019} – the death of freedom of speech.

      1765 …. **In a republic worthy of name, freedom to publish one ’s thoughts is a citizen’s natural right.** They may use a pen or their voice, and should not be prevented from writing any more than speaking …That is the law in England, a monarchical country, where people are freer than elsewhere because they are more enlightened. – Voltaire, Republican Ideas, 1765

      2019 …Australia’s highest court has made a landmark ruling that a public servant was lawfully sacked for writing tweets which criticised government policies. The court rejected her claim that she had been denied a right to free speech. – Australia, 2019

      1765 … **In a republic worthy of name, freedom to publish one’s thoughts is a citizen’s natural right.**

      2019 … ** a public servant was lawfully sacked for writing tweets which criticised government policies.**



  40. Fedup2 says:

    To mark the centenary of the BBC The Guardian is asking for nomination for the favourite / best BBC programme / show …

    … I’m suggesting ‘the black and white minstrel show ‘ …
    Or ‘Jim ll fix it ‘ or ‘it’s Rolf ‘…. Or “Diana – the interview ‘…


  41. StewGreen says:

    “Question Time will be in London on Thursday with actor Brian Cox and broadcaster @piersmorgan
    on the panel”
    .. https://www.twitter.com/bbcquestiontime/status/1577400999706300435

    Its all theatre
    “The panel is full of lefty actors
    .. just like the audience”


  42. Thoughtful says:

    OPEC have now agreed to cut oil production by double the expected amount 2 million barrels a day. It’s worse than that though and the Biden mafia crime party know it only too well with Transitory Yellen on the phone to Saudi begging them not to cut production completely snubbed.

    This of course is unlikely to be reported.

    But it gets worse

    2 million a day is the cut, then there is the ending of the release of 1 million barrels a day making it 3 millions effectively, then on top of that the US has to replenish the strategic reserve which is going to have to be at least .5 million a day meaning the world is going to be seeing a reduction of 3.5 million barrels a day.

    On top of this we have the loons at the EU attempting to cut off Russian oil supplies to the world completely – something has got to give and it is going to be supplies of fuel to ordinary people, and huge rises in the costs of food and other essentials, as we have built a society where food production has been steadily moved further and further away from consumers.

    This is not a good sign for the coming Winter keep your vehicles filled as you never know when fuel will go into short supply.



  43. Guest Who says:


  44. Zephir says:

    I generally agree with Hawkins on time travel theory, but do indulge myself with authors such as H G Wells.

    No need here when ~MarkyMark” is around. A plethora or quantum load of content wobbling around timespace with little regard for 2022.

    And still hasn’t finished that Orwell book.

    Bless. 🙂


    • MarkyMark says:

      “Memory is the scribe of the soul”

      ― Aristotle


      • Zephir says:

        One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory

        someone said, somewhere, i think,

        It’ll come back to me soon, I recommend Harry Potter for next book, I await with anticipation reviews on Ford Anglias and double declutching issues and some magic.


  45. Doublethinker says:

    I ve just watched Mark Steyn on GB news and found it the most depressing show ever. It’s depressing because Mark hammers home the uselessness of our institutions relentlessly with brilliant analysis and real examples.

    The police have abandoned law enforcement as we once knew it , in favour of political policing anything which might be construed as anti woke.The police are becoming the enemies of ordinary folks who once supported them to the hilt.

    The idea that we , citizens of the UK I mean, might expect our government to protect our borders has been abandon in favour of what is in reality an open house .

    The rights of migrants are clearly much more important than those of native Britons.

    Events of the past few weeks clearly demonstrate that despite Brexit our government still does what it told to do by supranational organisations. The whole point of Brexit was to stop doing this.

    The government is clearly preparing the ground for the hand over of Northern Ireland to the Republic in the next decade or so.

    The NHS and the rest of the health industry has been complicit in the international vaccine scandal.

    The MSM has joined the international liberal establishment and just spews forth WEF propaganda. The Online harm Bill will just be used to further undermine free speech and the ability to tell and hear the truth. GBN is very likely to be forced to toe the line on the official narrative or face closure.

    The Tories are almost indistinguishable from Lib Dems and Labour. Therefore we don’t have a democracy.

    I could go on but the feeling of systematic betrayal by every PM since Lady Thatcher is overwhelmingly depressing.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I wonder if the Tory delegate being threatened with arrest during an exchange outside the conference will make the Steyn show
      Arrestsble speech seems to be anything a stazi plod in uniform decides it should be . In this case it was a midget inspector with height issues ….
      Not the sort of thing you’d expect to see at a Tory conference – but blue labour let plod go woke / stazi so it’s to be expected …


  46. vlad says:

    Can someone help me please?

    Not long ago the BBC were telling me to wear a Hijab in solidarity with those poor muslim victims of imaginary islamophobia (where, exactly?).

    Now I’m being told to show my hair and cut it in solidarity with those poor women victims of… islam!

    Being virtuous is getting so confusing; what’s a woke leftie to do?




  47. Zephir says:

    Please don’t start Animal Farm, one post good two posts bad,


  48. Guest Who says:

    Always good for a laff.

    Or more, reportedly.



    • MarkyMark says:



    • StewGreen says:

      Andrew Neil puts baby Kay Burley right
      Andrew Neil @afneil
      Sky’s Kay Burley questions if Truss was right to claim to be first PM to have gone to a comprehensive.
      Sky’s Sam Coates says he thinks Gordon Brown went to one. Wrong.
      Brown went to Kirkcaldy High,
      then a highly selective state school equivalent to an English grammar

      .. became a comprehensive years after he left.


  49. s.trubble says:

    bBc Catchphrases………..Surley NO…CANT BE

    Now then,Now then,Now then,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


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