Weekend 5 November 2022

Welcome to the 417th anniversary of the last time someone tried to blow up parliament -they cancelled their TV Licence – why don’t you ?

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  1. Guest Who says:

    One day there will be a Muslim Walker #prasnews tweet from another Dept…


  2. Scroblene says:

    BBC’s usual drip drip drip of ‘cost of living’, (lockdown), ‘crisis’.


    Good to read that woke little studes like these kids are having to learn how to stand on their own two feet!

    I’m sure a ‘degree’ in politics and economics (degree? – how about a useless piece of coloured paper saying this little twat thinks it knows everything now), will ensure that they make a big living after all these hard times!

    Thank Blair for making sure that its parents had to foot the bill for a crap uni stay and keep it off the unemployed lists!


  3. Guest Who says:

    If woad is your thing, probably.

    They have also started answering their own questions.


  4. Guest Who says:

    Yet another BBC diversity/Labour team. Stew on it.


  5. Guest Who says:

    Doubtless many a dinner party with bbc staff.


    • Guest Who says:

      Not all can be.. BBC dream girls.


    • tomo says:

      Jon Cooper – 1.1 million followers ?

      – for a nonentity?

      AOC is lost without her https://justicedemocrats.com/ team.


    • StewGreen says:

      He who makes big claims, needs to back them with big evidence.
      There’s No obvious context there for shouting paedophile.
      It could be that a number of Republicans have been convicted
      but he supplies no evidence for that.

      Or it could be he is a crazy activist with a Tourettes like habit of shouting “pedophile” .. his many tweets
      That’s mudslinging

      Ironically half the time he mocks Republican supporters for conspiracy theories about Democrat pedophiles
      like this
      “Who else thinks Democrats need to do a MUCH better job countering the absolutely disgusting Republican “pedophile” attacks?”
      “Get this! A man who believes Trump is working to take down a powerful cabal of CHILD-EATING PEDOPHILES will be a Republican House candidate in Ohio this November”


      Matt Gaetz, sits on a house judiciary committee.
      He hasn’t been convicted of any such crime.

      One of his many tweets throwing the label on Trump

      To DonaldTrump jr
      “Your daddy IS a pedophile, Junior.”
      .. https://www.twitter.com/joncoopertweets/status/1510275365972942853


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  6. StewGreen says:

    BBC-Dave Channel Sat, Oct 29, 5:10 PM
    Big Zuu’s Big Eats : Zuu ventures into the unknown – travelling from his native West London

    Zuhair Hassan was born in London and grew up on the Mozart Estate in Harrow Road, west London.
    His mother is from Sierra Leone and his father is from Lebanon,
    however, his father was absent during his childhood


    • Scronker says:

      ‘however, his father was absent during his childhood’ – did the fat git eat him?


  7. Guest Who says:

    Hope he didn’t off himself.


  8. Guest Who says:

    The bbc can surely muster 20?


  9. taffman says:

    Detainees cause disturbance at London immigration centre
    The sign of things to come ?
    Thanks to the Tories .


  10. Sluff says:

    And the next victim group, selflessly identified by the BBC in their unending pursuit of dividing society is……wait for it……university students in shared housing.

    Yes they are feeling all hurty because people are asking each other to turn the lights off, use less heating, share out the loo rolls equally etc etc. Get out the hankies. But…

    Hang on. Use less heating and lighting ? Aren’t these students the very same Greta- loving ones who ‘say no to fossil fuels’ , support ER, just stop oil and the like?
    Why are they whingeing? Surely they should be using almost no heating or lighting as Gas is our main source of energy. They should be glad to be cold and in the dark. It’s what they wish for the rest of us.

    Cynical? About the BBC selective reporting? About hypocritical virtue-signallers? Moi?
    Surely not.


    • harry142857 says:

      What our these youngsters going to do, if and when there are power cuts (as a kid in the 1970s they occurred once a week)
      Probably have panic attacks and fainting fits. They will die of hysteria if their phones can’t be charged.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Harry – I remember the ‘dark skies ‘ we got in londonistan in the 1970s when they cut the power during miners ‘ strikes …. I think the hysteria will come if they can’t charge their iPhones and the wi fi don’t work – I’m ready for it – but I would assess 99.9% of people haven’t given it a thought …

        And – of course – putin will still be looking for revenge if the UK blew up the gas pipeline


  11. tomo says:

    Lineker getting buttonholed about this?


  12. StewGreen says:

    9pm ITV show ‘Queens for the Night’
    It sees a group of celebrities become drag queens, presented by Lorraine Kelly

    I don’t mind panto dames
    But someone ponts out that ITV can have a show where men put false boobs on and dress as women
    but they wouldn’t dare have a show where white men dress up as black men.


  13. Guest Who says:

    Dark looks from Greta next tete a tete?

    Media types sulking that their wafting about is inconvenienced is so now.


  14. JohnC says:

    Biden and Obama take stage together in battleground state

    Goodness me : this should be entitled ‘Party political broadcast for the Democrat party donated by the British public’.

    I’ll assume the BBC charter only means they are ‘supposed’ to be neutral for British politics because this ongoing blog is more like a North Korean propaganda piece.

    Two things stand out for me.
    First is how desperate the BBC clearly are over this election and are pushing the bias line about a foot here instead of the usual inches.
    Second that it exposes completely how the real person behind it all is Obama. He has become centre stage and the actual President is more like an assistant.

    Here’s a taste of the general narrative the BBC push in this article:

    Denise Garfield told me that she really doesn’t want to see Democrats lose control of Congress because “our democracy is at stake, it truly is”.
    “The chaos! I don’t have the words for how bad I think it will be for America and for the world.”

    Stephanie Ryan said that how Pennsylvania votes matters “because women matter. Because our rights matter. Because black lives matter, foreign lives matter – everyone’s lives matter!”

    Hidden in the rhetoric you learn Trump is also campaigning but they don’t mention him much at all. We get the odd paragraph with titles such as ‘Will election deniers be running elections?’ from Lurch and ‘How many election deniers are running for office?.’. Classic left-wing labelling.

    This article is the BBC at it’s most extreme. They are desperate.

    I can’t wait to read the excuses, bitterness, spite and complete change of attitude when the partisan BBC sulk after the election. The word ‘democracy’ won’t be used much then.


    • Zephir says:

      Black lives don’t seem to matter so much in Hackney on a Saturday night to other black drug gangs.
      And why the big silence on the black woman shot in the head ? remember when the breathless bbc thought it might possibly be whitey did it ? oh yeah it was other blacks did it, time to move on…


      • JohnC says:

        … or when the young black girl was shot dead in a drive-by shooting on the same day as the worthless Floyd died and they didn’t even bother reporting it.

        Shameless, racist hypocrites.


  15. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    The attack on democracy and free speech is now across the Western world.

    Expect me to arrive on a beach in Kent soon


    • Zephir says:

      So, I am going to report the one speaking in that video she looks bloody weird with that stupid hair, therefore unconventional so her ideologies should be investigated, and look at the eyes…..


  16. Guest Who says:

    No owl?


  17. StewGreen says:

    7am new had PR BS about COP27
    R4Sunday starts : First item is a woman telling us the public are thick cos they aren’t doing enough about Climate Change
    Something about “imam’s in Kenya give better guidance to their community”


    • StewGreen says:

      Now gone into a Catholic Bishop saying
      “only a quarter of Catholics take climate change on board”
      So instead of being led by the sutvey
      the Bishop say the public are wrong thinking

      Could the Catholic tradition of abstaining from meat on Friday have an impact in tackling climate change?
      A new study suggests it could potentially reduce carbon emissions.
      Edward assesses the details with Professor Shaun Lacrom, from the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge, and Bishop John Arnold, the environmental lead for the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales


    • StewGreen says:

      The prog has only made one tweet today.
      It pushes their own GreenSupremacist religion

      They wouldn’t under the irony
      that 2 tweets before that, they were raving about the high cost of energy
      unaware that GreenSupremacist policies are largely responsible for that

      “Millions are dreading their energy bills,
      … Let us know what your faith group is doing to help with the #CostOfLivingCrisis”


  18. StewGreen says:

    FairPlayForWomen thread condemns R4 Profile
    Worst of all the programme repeated false claims that @KemiBadenoch had men and women signs put on the gender neutral loos at her leadership launch venue. Totally untrue.
    Very poor fact finding by @bbcradio4Mark Coles

    Thread ..https://www.twitter.com/fairplaywomen/status/1588982297927520256
    There’s something about Ben Hunte being involved even though he was sacked for pushing Stonewall dogma


  19. Guest Who says:

    One for Springster?


    • StewGreen says:

      What are we looking at there ?
      In industry “staff” often means office staff as opposed to manual workers
      So the union is right.
      Bea and the initial tweeter are wrong
      This was admitted by Ashley
      “It was a quick Google search at 2am.
      These screenshots should be a bit more up the alley”
      The tweet time was ten to five if it’s 2am where she is then she is 3 hours west of the UK.
      She fired off 5 other tweets until 5:30am then off sleeping until mid-day our time
      Meanwhile there was a pile on by union supporters.
      And Ashley tweeted screenshot of hatey direct messages she’d received.


  20. Zephir says:

    Regarding the above:

    Liberal Democrats: Give struggling homeowners £300 a month https://t.co/9ZdEBWbCuU

    It mentions the Conservative “gross mismanagement of the economy” (problems largely due to debts caused by lock down and furloughs) so, what did they say at the time ?

    Here we are:

    “Protect Furloughed Workers
    Ending the furlough scheme too early would be a disaster for millions of families and our economy.

    1. A “Safe to Return to Work Scheme” providing a new wage subsidy for all employees coming off furlough, with:

    ●50% of salary paid during the first month in work, after furlough.

    ●40% of salary paid during the second month in work, after furlough.

    ●30% of salary paid during the third month in work, after furlough.

    New “Prepare to Return to Work” flexibility for part-time work in the Jobs Retention Scheme:

    Building new extra flexibility into the existing Jobs Retention Scheme, to help businesses prepare for a return to work.

    From 1st June, a furloughed employee would be allowed to work up to 50% of their time, whilst remaining on furlough, with the existing 80% wage subsidy.”


    And here:

    “Fixing the Government’s Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic

    The Liberal Democrats have watched in horror and disbelief as the government made mistake after mistake tackling the Covid-19 crisis.

    NHS, social care workers and emergency service personnel need proper support with a proper pay reward.

    The Government must increase their support for disabled people through the social care, housing, education and mental health systems.

    It is a moral and healthcare imperative that migrants are not prevented from accessing vaccines, healthcare or financial support.

    We are demanding the government suspend the ‘no recourse to public funds’ rule, end immigration checks and upfront charging in the NHS “


    • Sluff says:

      I think I would rather vote Labour than Lib Dem.
      I might not like them but at least I have a vague idea what they stand for,
      The LibDems are utterly vacuous.


      • Scroblene says:

        I don’t think anyone has ever had a clue about what the Libdems stand for, Sluffy, it was bad enough when they were just the Libs under Grimond, and they had three seats then, most up near the Arctic Circle!

        Easy to remember David Owen, Shirley Whatshername and another bloke, sitting in a studio wondering what to say next!

        And nobody really knows what they’re here for anway, or perhaps they’re a convenient vote-dump to be used instead of spoiling a voting paper!

        I’ve done that in local elections here however, mainly because the Tory was a twonk!

        ‘Steel – Go back to your constituencies and prepare for oblivion’!


  21. StewGreen says:

    Driving without due care and attention
    Beeboid doing a 1 min trailer video as he travels by scooter or electric bike
    .. https://www.twitter.com/bbcpaddy/status/1589148790992375814


  22. Guest Who says:

    There’s media deranged, and then there’s Kev.

    Has he turned to drink or drugs?

    Yet still brought out to share on air.


  23. Guest Who says:

    20,000? Sounds familiar.

    How many specifically hired to block or ban views deemed off narrative?


    • BRISSLES says:

      Tens of thousands in huge open plan offices staring at computers all day long. Quite the image. What do 20,000 people ACTUALLY DO on these computers ????? (keep it clean)


      • TrickCyclist says:

        I was at a wedding in America in the 90s, American bride, English bridegroom. Found myself among a group of English guests I didn’t know. One woman asked, “What does she do?”
        A very self-confident bloke replied, “She works in an office.”
        “I work in an office. What does she actually do?”
        “What does ANYBODY who works in an office do?”

        I couldn’t have answered that question back in the mid-nineties, but I can now.

        They go on Twitter.

        Kind of begs the question: What does someone who actually WORKS at Twitter do all day?


  24. Guest Who says:

    Elon is doing his best, Joe, but changing the last decade is not an instant fix.


  25. Thoughtful says:


    This is pretty much where todays left including the Blue Labour Tories are at at the moment. You agree with them or they define you as a “Right Wing Extremist”


    • Guest Who says:

      BBC core.


      • Guest Who says:

        Luckily Murica has blue ticks of maturity who appear to work for the current regime.


      • theisland says:

        Tim Jacques, senior national co-ordinator for counter terrorism policing, said: “After considering the evidence collected so far, whilst there are strong indications that mental health was likely a factor, I am satisfied that the suspect’s actions were primarily driven by an extremist ideology.

        Obviously I can’t see the evidence but I would be interested in interrogating Tim Jacques’ definition of “extremist ideology” and his expertise in such matters since I suspect it might merely be taken directly from the likes of Hope not Hate.
        As Steve Laws points out in the first 6 mins of his latest Roundup From The Coast HnH immediately jumped in with attacks on the ‘migrant spotters’ – i.e the people who have tried to tell us what goes on in Dover and elsewhere (in the absence of any real mainstream reporting and constant attempts by the government to suppress the facts).

        Tim Jacques is the Assistant Chief Constable from Lancashire Constabulary and described as ‘Deputy Senior National Coordinator’ within the ‘Specialist Operations’ team at the Metropolitan Police. I dread to think what training courses he has been subjected to. His tweets @ACCJacques only go up to 2018 where one of his last re-tweets was thisWell what an amazing day for Lancashire Constabulary first we hit the Stonewall Top 100 & tonight Diversity Champion of the Year at the British Muslim Awards.

        I’m sure if Tim got hold of my computer he would be “satisfied” that I was “primarily driven by an extremist ideology” but I would seriously question his judgement on that.


  26. Fedup2 says:

    Not directly the BBC ….

    But every day we are told of shortages and failings of various bits of the UK State – won’t bother listing them – you know about long waits for ambulances – full hospitals – full schools –

    But why is the root cause never linked . It’s population . Looking at the figures we have gone from 59 million to 69 million from 2000 to now – and the actual population may be far higher .
    I won’t do demographics – age ranges – the nature of that 10 million more people – but has there been much by way of planning to meet the needs of those 10 million ?

    Yet every day we get individual stories about housing costs and shortages – but silence about this huge population increase in such a short time . ….


    • taffman says:

      All under aTory government with a huge majority.


    • Alf Dobbs says:


      You are not wrong.

      For example, see this comment from a recent article in ‘Conservative Woman’:

      ” week in week out in the British news cycle the public is told that the National Health Service is teetering on the brink of disaster and that general practice is close to collapse. However, the public is not told that since 2010 there have been almost 7million new GP registrations by migrants in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Since 2017 there have been 3.1million migrant registrations, yet there are 1,343 fewer doctors.”


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Yes Taffman – I have to support blue labour in the absence of a viable alternative – as you know I am very very right – small state – no ( or a small NHS ) –
    But I can’t see me voting at all in the next election because of the continuing shambols . Even today the Sunday times publishes twitter exchanges between 2 senior cabinet members over some nonsense …..
    It smacks of the end of the Major government – Steyn talks about a huge – huge – 400 ? Red labour government if the shambols continues . And I think it will ….

    I wonder if anyone can explain where the conservatives lost their way ?was it Cameron? May ? Something deeper -?


    • Sluff says:

      AFAIK the government has STILL not redone the constituency boundaries. Remember a Cameron pledge to create equal sized constituencies ( by number of voters).

      Labour has a large inbuilt advantage, compare the Tories 2019 ‘landslide’ majority 80, popular vote lead 11.5%, with Blair’s 2005 result, a not dissimilar majority of 66, with a popular vote lead of only 2.8%.

      Yet the Tories have been asleep on this one for a decade.


      • tomo says:

        An absolute bargain


        • MarkyMark says:

          The Great Leap Forward was a five-year economic plan executed by Mao Zedong and the Chinese Communist Party, begun in 1958 and abandoned in 1961. The goal was to modernize the country’s agricultural sector using communist economic ideologies.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Yes Sluff – I sort of recall that the blue labour lot were going to get 10 more constituencies – but why bother ? They will be red labour next time .

        The blues might as well ensure more against voter fraud rather than pretending it’s not happening – not that it matters who gets now now that they are the same party – one state ….

        The blue lot don’t deserve to be the government ….


      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        Like the US Republicans, the Conservatives are the stupid party. Bone idle and indolent, and contemptuous of their voters. They think we are the “turnip taliban” or “swivel eyed right wing loons”. They have forgotten that we do not have to vote for them. So what if Keir Starmer gets in? He may be worse, but not much.


  28. Guest Who says:

    Olga is so on it.

    No one seems interested. Well, he is.

    Then… er..


    All can be sorted in post.


  29. digg says:

    As the Royal College of Nursing, encouraged by visiting Marxist “advisors” from the US sends nursing staff out on strike I suggest if anyone is unfortunate enough to need medical attention to record all phone calls and interactions with staff so they could be used in a Class action against the College if they cause preventable death or suffering,

    There certainly won’t be much clapping for the NHS when this kicks off!

    Nurses are throwing away years of goodwill with this act.

    Another push to private medicine methinks!


  30. Guest Who says:

    What happens in Murica soon happens here.


    CNN is, of course, Olga’s partner there. Shayan is Spingster’s offsider. She blocks anyone not on narrative.


    Good luck Elon.I fear you may need it. I like playing on twitter, but that is a fair annual hit. Tell public figures or media they can’t block other than for abuse and I’m in.


  31. Tabs says:

    BBC are full on “climate crisis” today. No debate about whether there is a crisis or not. Only question allowed to be discussed is “are we moving fast enough?”

    Just now on BBC News channel was a piece about how lots of money from rich countries needs to be given to poor countries as this will somehow stop droughts and floods apparently.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      It is autumn. Outside it is wet and miserable, and the leaves are falling from the trees. Seems pretty normal to me,


  32. StewGreen says:

    9:50am R4 “@JamesNaughtie did what is now known as a @MartineBBC
    when he gaily ended his piece with Paddy by “promising” he would not have @DonaldJTrump on at lunchtime The World At One”


  33. tomo says:

    Google…. jumps to the key part.


  34. StewGreen says:

    Radio4 cultivate hateylefties listeners, who are then incensed and nasty when R4 dares to air Tories giving their opinions




  35. tomo says:

    I’m wondering why somebody at Twitter has chosen black and white as the colours to block / disrupt content and edits…

    There might be a straightforward tech explanation but it’s not like a computer is aware or cares what colour a block is – and the disruption is now clearly targeting edits on some posts.


  36. Sluff says:

    Amidst all the left wing drivel noise about conditions at Manston asylum centre, here is a different kind of treatment which mysteriously the BBC have managed to miss.

    From the Yorkshire Post.

    Man ordered to pay back just £1 for his role in half-a-million-pound Albanian drug racket in North Yorkshire
    An Albanian drug conspirator involved in a half-a-million-pound cannabis racket in Harrogate has been made to pay back just £1 to the public purse and is apparently “nowhere to be found”.

    Well that will certainly deter the illegals.


  37. BRISSLES says:

    Just read an article that a beautiful stately home near Grantham, Lincs has been seconded for migrants.

    A middle aged Albanian couple love the place, after being moved there from a holding centre near Hounslow, beautiful bedroom, lovely walks in the countryside. They also reveal that they left Albania because……….. the husband failed to repay a loan of £20,000 for a business venture that failed, and as a result he is being sought by the Albanian mafia for repayment. The mafia have a bigger presence in Europe than the UK, so a friend got them on a boat to cross the Channel. Now you and me are having to pay because they couldn’t get a f……….g business off the ground, and are now living in a £160 per night accommodation in the English countryside.


  38. theisland says:

    Pay them to go away so they can immediately come back on the next dinghy/lorry.

    Home Office spends £1m handing cash to 300 illegal migrants who have agreed to go home

    Furious Tory MP Lee Anderson said: “It’s an absolute scandal that we are paying people to be deported when they should just be sent back.
    “It just shows there’s a decent wage to be had, coming here to get kicked out.
    “The government needs to just grow a pair and send illegal migrants back to France the day they arrive here without a penny.”


  39. theisland says:


  40. theisland says:

    Sky News Australia
    Rita Panahi
    ‘Democrats’ propaganda arm’ mimicking ‘absurd narrative’ that democracy is at stake

    What’s on the bBC?
    Sarah Smith – North America Editor reporting from Philadelphia posted at 22:24 5 Nov
    The double act of Presidents Biden and Obama drew a huge crowd in north Philadelphia. I talked to some of the people standing in a queue that stretched several blocks down the street.

    Some of the crowd admitted it was really Barack Obama they had come to see, and they might not have turned up if Joe Biden had been here alone.
    Denise Garfield told me that she really doesn’t want to see Democrats lose control of Congress because “our democracy is at stake, it truly is”.


    • LynetteO says:

      You may want to leave the the doom and gloom of the BBC and MSM news and read this news for a change.

      In this week’s newsletter the theme is food , read about Eilat’s international summit of food technologies; Israel’s new agricultural agreement with Bahrain; an experiment to grow seeds on the Moon; Tel Aviv’s FoodTechIL conference during Israel’s AgriFood week; two Israeli NGOs investing in agricultural technology and sustainable farming; and the finalists of an exciting Israeli FoodTech competition.

      An Israeli startup uses 3D-printing to produce marbled beef; another is creating proteins to preserve food; Israeli crop irrigation pipes are being recycled; and water contamination is being eliminated. Finally, an Israeli device helps maintain a healthy metabolism, and Burger King has launched their first vegan Whoppers in Tel Aviv.

      See http://www.verygoodnewsisrael.blogspot.com for more of the positive news from Israel.


  41. Sluff says:

    There is talk that Sunak/ Hunt may reduce the pension lifetime allowance, currently £1,073,000.

    Many readers may say, ‘millionaires, serve them right’. I do not. It’s equivalent to a pension of about £35,000 a year. Which, say, an experienced teacher would get. Or police or fire officer.

    With inflation at 10% the value of that allowance reduces by 10%.,Just like that. Pension values above that are taxed at 55%. Annuities, even after the recent hikes in interest rates, are still way below 5% for an inflation protected product.

    So now let’s compare this with the public sector. That’s the sector where everyone wants to strike for more pay.

    Their pensions are inflation protected. No 10% reduction for them. And to convert their pension entitlement into the equivalent lifetime allowance, a factor of 20 is used. Which equates to an annuity rate of 5%. And their pensions are totally guaranteed, irrespective of stock market fluctuations, especially crashes just before retirement, and their pensions are free from the fear of the pension scheme going bust. Remember Robert Maxwell and the Mirror Group?

    So my question is….if they reduce the lifetime allowance, what equivalent measure will they introduce for the public sector? In the interests of fairness and equality, you understand.

    Listen. Total silence.


  42. Zephir says:

    Be afraid, be very afraid…islamophobia my arse, they are a danger to children

    Thanks RNLI


  43. Zephir says:

    Wow the truth will out, evidence of ballot harvesting in US election in sworn affadavit of a democrat ! :



  44. Guest Who says:

    How the media operates in one idiotic sentence.


    • tomo says:

      Even the Labour Party decided Perfessir Murphy AKA The Sage of Ely was an eejit and a liability – not exactly an endorsement from an outfit that still retains the services of one D.Abbott.

      I thought Tim Worstall was overdoing it for a while, constantly hitting “The Spud” as he calls him – but, like the Guardian – he’s a perpetual source of misunderstanding / idiocy.

      I feel sorry for his students.


  45. Zephir says:

    No comment needed here:

    “‘We have suffered too’: Sister of Manchester Arena bomber again refuses to express sympathy for the 22 victims of 2017 terrorist attack

    Jomana Abedi: ‘Why can’t people leave us in peace and realise we suffered too?’
    Her brother Salman Abedi, 22, killed 22 men, women and children in May 2017
    His younger brother Hashem was later jailed for a minimum of 55 years for role

    Their father, Ramadan Abedi, and elder brother, Ismail, 29, remain in hiding.

    They have refused to appear as witnesses at the bombing inquiry or answer any questions from British police who say they remain ‘persons of interest’. The family have not spoken publicly about the attack for five years.”



  46. StewGreen says:

    Leicester riots
    Whilst the government and media drag their feet
    the Henry Jackson Society already have a report out.

    There is a rather noisy 2 min video from the Indian equivalent of Fox News


    • StewGreen says:

      BBC reports 2022 Leicester unrest
      Further arrests made over disorder in Leicester 2 days ago

      Expert steps down from Leicester disorder review 4 days ago

      Hindu groups set to boycott city unrest review 29 Oct

      Leicester disorder independent review 26 Oct

      Further arrests following unrest in Leicester 22 Oct

      Men jailed for parts in Leicester disorder 18 Oct


  47. StewGreen says:

    6pm BBC 1 BBC up its own arse, as Countryfile is not really a prog about country affairs, but a Children in Need Ramble special to promote the BBC’s charity and nudge agendas.


  48. StewGreen says:

    Also from the list of religion stories BBC omits from its weekly religion show
    “Report into London Bridge terror attack won’t name killer Usman Khan” (Times on Friday 28th)
    The name of the London Bridge terror attacker Usman Khan is being erased from an official report into the tragedy over fears it could “demonise” Muslims.

    However, critics warned last night that the decision instead risks “fanning the flames” of far-right extremism
    It has now emerged that, because of a Labour councillor’s fears of “demonising” the Muslim community and boosting far-right extremists, the name of the 28-year-old jihadist was to be erased.



    • StewGreen says:

      At a meeting of Staffordshire county council’s Safeguarding Overview and Scrutiny Committee on Monday, which was receiving the chief coroner’s report outlining how future deaths could be prevented following the inquests of Khan’s two victims, debate focused on the inclusion of Khan’s name in the report.”

      The Muslim lady Labour councillor is quoted
      “It also detracts from the fact that we have, in the world as a whole, a far more far-right and neo-Nazi threat than we have now of Islamist jihads.
      The NSPCC recently reported that a record number of our children are now being groomed by the far-right”

      That blame shifting seems offensive to me.
      I can imagine some wacko or police double agent might get a kid or two into praising actual Nazis
      However the word grooming should not be used cos that disrespects the rape ordeal of 5,000+ Pakistani grooming raping gang victims


  49. Scroblene says:

    Tesco’s ad lasted five and a half seconds…


  50. Charlie Farley says:

    Lidl advert had the same effect on me…..running out of places to shop…..or is that part of the plan ?
    I was sent a video today ” Worzels Combine Harvester Song ….Racist Version ” all about the money given to our Invaders , I’m not clever enough put put it up here sadly


    • MarkyMark says:

      “oh we get all the benefits and you get
      all the bills”

      but the flat it was unsuitable the
      0:55 council’s run by fools after crossing 15
      0:59 countries we need heated swimming pools

      “4 years ago
      I love how this is 10 years old and its still the same.”