350 Responses to Start the week 7 November 2022

  1. StewGreen says:

    @Jenny_1884 tweets
    I have to wait for my Pension until I’m 67 now because the Government couldn’t afford it.
    They can find plenty of money to feed, house, clothe over 40000 illegal migrants though.
    I have paid into this country all my Adult life
    & to say I am a bit miffed is putting it mildly

    .. https://www.twitter.com/Jenny_1884/status/1589353823411507200


  2. StewGreen says:

    “They take your mother, put her on the table and gang rape her, then they take a hot stick and poke out your eyes.”

    Roger Hallam, one of the driving forces behind Just Stop Oil, warns what could happen if food shortages due to climate change lead to “social collapse”.

    That’s from a TalkTV video I have no intention of watching

    I bet he is supported by the same voices, that condemned the Kent reporter for “extreme language” mere cos he quoted residents saying they *defend” their homes against illegals.


  3. G.W.F. says:

    Rasheed has the runs in Cop27


    • Fedup2 says:

      A Klaus Scwab has summonsed him to the WEF
      B. Delhi Belly
      C imminent nuclear war
      D. Back on the plane to Blighty ….
      E. Nut nut was due to arrive
      F. He realises it’s a complete waste of time


    • MarkyMark says:

      His Kia needs topping up?


  4. Thoughtful says:

    Isn’t hindsight a wonderful thing as all the people involved in the disaster caused by the green lunacy leaves a kind of circular firing squad with all those responsible pointing the fingers at others and never accepting responsibility themselves.


    This of course includes the BBC who to the best of my knowledge never reported on the downsides which they are claiming in this report was well known about, and yet revelled in what it believed was a ‘green’ dream (for them and a nightmare now for us)!


  5. StewGreen says:

    ITV local NewsPR opened with 9 mins of PR gaslighting about COP27
    First a carefully crafted piece with the weather woman with excerpts and brainwashing background music and emotional blackmail
    Then this piece with the Climate Minister


    • StewGreen says:

      6:23pm oh non woke piece “school kids are making poppy cards to thank servicemen”

      … oh hangon here’s Hull Labour MP Emma Hardy with the children
      So it’s probably PR by her team
      but we did see less than 1 minute of her.


    • StewGreen says:

      Whilst the TV prog is all shiny PR and gimmicks
      the local ITV tweets & website have news that wasn’t given time on TV
      A woman was murdered in a village on Sunday
      then this morning in Doncaster police turned up while a gunman was robbing a shop and they shot him
      And in an adjacent area (Halifax) one kid died cos they were throwing fireworks at each other.


  6. taffman says:

    “Climate change: Four things you can do about your carbon footprint”
    There’s one item left off ‘their list’ …………..Stop the Mass Invasion of our shores – All bringing more ‘Carbon Footprints’ to our already overloaded population. Thanks to our ‘Tory’ government’s inadequate and futile Defence of the Realm.


  7. taffman says:

    Those disillusioned Ex-Tory supporters and voters that do not intend to vote at all in the next GE, do not waste your vote, consider these parties that hardly get a mention on THE BBC …………


  8. Fedup2 says:

    Personal request –

    Does anyone know if there is any free internet screening of World Cup footy matches ? Eg you tube ? ….


    • StewGreen says:

      Doubt that they’ll be general free internet screening cos each nations TV companies will have countrywide rights.

      In the UK .. BBC and ITV will have most matches free to air, cos sponsors want maximum eyes on their advertising boards.
      So abroad you could use a VPN that gets BBC and ITV.


  9. Guest Who says:

    This peroxide addled old buddy truly epitomises the media groupie classes.


    • StewGreen says:

      Kathy Griffin is suspended for breaking the rule
      She then took her dead mother’s account and did this to continually troll Musk.

      Elon Musk @TipItMaggieG
      The OFFICIAL twitter of reality superstar Maggie Griffin!


  10. theisland says:


  11. Guest Who says:

    A bbc ‘promoted’ post on Elon’s Evil platform.



  12. Guest Who says:

    This may need fact checking.

    But almost getting your kit off does see the bbc girls get excited.

    And some of the wimmin.


  13. Guest Who says:

    Seems qualified to take over from Maxine Croxhall for a spell.


  14. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Awful sound on Farage’s microphone yet nobody seems to have noticed.
    It’s difficult to follow what he’s saying.
    All the guests microphones are working.
    Incompetence or something more sinister?
    Halfway through and no change yet.


    • Fedup2 says:

      EG – I was listening on the internet – the sound wasn’t perfect but GBNews never is . They all seem to be going through a ritual that the US election results are just waiting for Obama to approve the results ….

      It was a low / high turn out
      It was / wasn’t about Biden – it was local
      It wasn’t / was about abortion
      Democrats / republicans stayed at home
      The pollsters got it right / wrong


  15. StewGreen says:

    Nov 1 news : Remembrance Day Parade in Port Talbot will not be taking place this year after ‘shift in the stance of police forces towards security’ – Wales Online

    Certainly Port Talbot Council have shifted the parade to a static event in a park
    and blamed lack of police.
    But South Wales Police will be at other Remembrance events


    • Jeff says:

      I’ll bet my bottom dollar they’ll turn up in support of XR, BLM and the rainbow, pansy alliance…

      They’ll be out there, dancing, pirouetting, their cars all painted in bright rainbow colours, waving their bloody truncheons in the air.

      Just don’t expect them to attend a burglary, a mugging or a break-in. “We’re doing our best, but we’re understaffed!”

      What a pathetic shambles…


    • Fedup2 says:

      Maybe all this poppy stuff should be cancelled – ? I mean it’s embarrassing – all them Chelsea pensioners – they’re all old right ? What a waste . Saturday night TV is spoilt by some poppy show when there could be good stuff on . And all those cemeteries taking up room they could build houses on – what a waste …
      What’s this war thing anyway – is it about that putin – he’s a politician or something -? Is he on the TV – is he the one who bought twitter ?


      • StewGreen says:

        Both TalkTV and GBNEWS did “kids don’t respect Churchill”
        Both brought on a racebaiter who hates Churchill
        One black woman one a Bangladeshi imam
        Both racebaiters went with “See Churchill murdered 3 million Bengalis in the famine by diverting the grain”

        but TalkTV’s Piers Morgan handled it best
        “He said stop right there, the Bengal famine is complicated
        #1 It was a cyclone that caused the famine, not Churchill
        #2 Churchill did have grain that could help, but he made a decision to prioritise that grain for allied troops in Europe, cos keeping them going was critical
        #3 He then sought grain from other sources for Bengal , he didn’t say eff you”

        whereas on GBnews Dan Wootton didn’t handle it well, he passed it to Anne Widdecombe who wasn’t prepared
        Instead of closing that argument down, she went off on a tangent with “Lets look at the big picture , we in England would be speaking German with Jew in concentration camps” .. that cuts no ice with imam who wrongly thinks Churchill personally starved his relatives, he rightly wants to hear sorry first.


        • BRISSLES says:

          Stew I was a bit of a tele screamer at that sodding Imam. Where does he live ? North London. Spouting about the white Arian West, yet he’s living in luxury amongst them; not for him the poverty stricken regions of his beloved Bangladesh then. Had we lost to Hitler he would still be knee deep in mud over there. Hmmm…….


      • Solomon Grundy says:

        They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
        Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
        At the going down of the sun and in the morning
        We will remember them.


  16. digg says:

    Where Brexit went wrong is that our quisling MP’s didn’t do it 100% from day one. So much niggling over un-negotiated crap. We should have just cut ALL links and requirements to the bloody EU on day one under UK law and there is nothing the EU could have done about it.

    If we had done this, the shit we are going through now would never have happened.

    The EU mandarins who live on the back of the European court of justice would have had to come to terms with the fact that the UK was now nothing to do with them, a foreign country in fact.

    The EU beurocrats need to understand that the UK is now the UK and not an underling of Brussels and nothing to do with the EU, end of so just sling your hooks!


  17. StewGreen says:

    That Oct 3rd @BBC PR tweet is not a one off
    It’s a big campaign
    Promoted tweets seem excluded from searches so I cannot see how many replies it got to prove it was ratioed

    Scraper sites republish BBC stuff, but their tweets got zero Likes
    Oct 20th Guardian Foundation tweeted video and got JUST 2 likes

    Sep 27 @BBC tweeted it 100 Likes

    Sep 25 @BBCpress tweeted it 792 Likes
    .. https://www.twitter.com/bbcpress/status/1574144245354663939


    • StewGreen says:

      Oh I’m talking about Guest Who’s 7:43pm post
      but my reply ended up at the end of the page.
      The BBC gets thrashed in the replies
      But there is a disinformation operation from lefties in the replies

      #1 5% support the BBC
      and even I would support the old BBC and the guidelines
      It’s just now the BBC don’t enforce them

      #2 35% of replies are legitimate general condemnation from righties eg Israel supporters condemning the hiding of the Balen report, Tommy supports against Panodrama

      #3 A couple of lefties complain about Newsnight smear Corbyn as Lenin, yes that was bias
      but then most of the 60% of replies from lefties are “A thief shouting, look over there thief !” trickery
      “oh the BBC are a Tory operation look at Laura K and Fiona Bruce” etc.
      or moaning that the BBC has 2 or 3 staff who donated to the Tories like Tim Davie the DG did
      .. the only way the BBC is pro government is that they both agree with hard lockdowns and Covid paranoia.


  18. Guest Who says:

    Just a normal day in bubble land.


    • tomo says:

      Hallam + Monbiot peas in a pod…


    • JohnC says:

      What a complete and utter deluded idiot. Someone should tell him ISIS did that already : his future is here already – arriving daily by the boatload.

      Suddenly announcing ‘no more petrol’ will trigger the collapse of society much more effectively.

      I remember the ugly scenes and sheer selfish greed we witnessed after the tanker drivers went on strike.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Rotherham now?

      Trafficked for sex, doused in petrol: How Rotherham failed Child B
      One young Rotherham victim was trafficked for sex to Leeds, Bradford and Sheffield by the time she was 15 years old and was doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight.
      By The Newsroom
      26th Aug 2014, 5:45pm


  19. tomo says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      Future NHS Diversity managers?


      NHS hires diversity managers on £77,000 a year despite ‘war on wokery’
      A government review had suggested the roles should be cut back

      Lizzie Roberts,
      27 August 2022 • 7:00pm


  20. Sluff says:

    While the UK eco fascists wail about our CO2 emissions (5.55 tonnes per person per annum), and the BBC laps it up, I note that the country with by far the largest emissions per person, at an incredible 37 tonnes per person per annum is……..Qatar !!!!
    A fact strangely absent from all discussions.

    Yet where by some very curious process the football World Cup is soon to be held.

    How amazing is that?


    • JohnC says:

      We are more concerned about the LGBTQWERTYUIOP++ activists who might just get a taste of the real world outside the bizarre bubbles the West has created for them to live in.


  21. taffman says:

    “Three leap from migrant rescue boat held in Italy”
    I see that the Italians are making a better stand than we in Great Britain are.
    Rishi Sunak has got to go, along with his government !


  22. JohnC says:

    Just a few days before democracy removes that hate-filled hag Pelosi.

    I guarantee the BBC will run a lengthy article detailing just how wonderful she was.

    I’m looking forward immensley to reading their articles after the results are known. They HAVE to report the actual result – but it will be spattered with small, spiteful caveats. No doubt they will open some up for comment to let the students show us how upset they are too.

    The Left hate ‘democracy’ when they don’t win.


  23. taffman says:

    Away from the BBC, I have noticed that Talk Radio gone woke , especially in the night shifts?


  24. StewGreen says:

    I believe Labour supporters use both actual bots and a human Twitterbot army on Twitter
    cos of the way they are not there in a lot of discourses, but then sometimes turn up en mass, and sometimes use almost exactly the same lines.

    They frequently bring up
    #1 An Al-Jazeera doco the Labour Files which they claim proved the Labour party did a racist witch-hunt , and all the people it expelled for anti-Semitism are very nice people
    … That doco sounds like junk

    #2 A John Ware edition of Panorama that exposed anti-Semitism in The Labour Party
    .. They say this is proof of unfair BBC bias against Labour
    However in July 2020, Ware received substantial damages and an apology from Labour after the party falsely accused him …

    Then in 2022 John Ware won in the first stage libel action against an accuser
    Now when I look there is new news , for the full trial at last moment the guy decided to put up no defence


    • StewGreen says:

      typo there not 2022 , but in 2021

      There is also another court case Labour folks lost.
      Speaking on the Vine show , The rep from JVL Jewish Voice For Labour, Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi, falsely commented in relation to Ware: “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”

      Then in court she said
      “I accept these allegations are untrue. JVL and I have apologised unreservedly to Mr Ware .”


  25. Eddy Booth says:

    Cyclists you can like.


  26. Eddy Booth says:

    US midterms polls: Who will win control of Congress?


    “Indications are that the Republican Party is on the verge of taking back control of the US House of Representatives for the first time in four years.
    The upper chamber of Congress, the Senate, remains too close to call”

    Too close ? punters disagree.
    Bookies on Oddschecker have Republicans priced at 1.33, (2-1 on? ) to take senate – an implied probability of 75%.


    • Foscari says:

      Eddie 3-1 on. I make the odds for bookmakers. By the way
      IRAN will beat ENGLAND in the World Cup . Unless they are banned
      because of human rights.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Iran’s Protests Are the First Counter-Revolution Led by Women
        Women are still defying and dying in an uprising that is historically unique for being centered on women’s freedom.
        By Robin Wright

        October 9, 2022



        After the takeover stalled for almost 18 months, the Premier League finally approved it in October 2021, with the Saudi sovereign Public Investment Fund (PIF), chaired by Prince Mohammed, buying an 80% stake in Newcastle.24 May 2022


      • Fedup2 says:

        Im tempted to bet on the millionaires wearing the England shirt to be out in the first round – I hope for that … I’m sure Qatar will be busily fixing a good few matches … ‘strange ‘ yellow cards and ‘own goals ‘ and ‘penalties ‘…. Wonder how much a referee costs ?


  27. JohnC says:

    Sriram Krishnan: The Indian-American ‘helping’ Elon Musk run Twitter

    Until the Leftists such as the BBC stop making all their news about race – even when it’s irrelevant to the story, the Western world is going to remain divided. Being pro- any race over another will always create a divide.

    I’m now convinced that is exactly what they want. I’ve seen enough now to know the ‘clever’ Lefty’s use it as a spite-based weapon against the Right. They are just tools. The BBC don’t actually care one bit about black people or anyone else – as their complete lack of interest in stories which don’t involve a guilty white person proves.

    The rest are just group-think, low-IQ drones who think virtue-signalling along with the group proves they are better people than they actually are.

    When you examine most of the complaints by the ‘victims’ of racism, you discover that their real motivation is almost always personal gain. They want something more for themselves such as parts in films and awards – but usually money. Only a few are truly decent people who actually care about inequality.


  28. Zephir says:


    it is the same with environmental issues.

    I was thinking yesterday, if all the virtue signalling companies were truly committed to environmental issues, they would NOT manufacture items that were made as hard as possible to disassemble to repair, making them so if they go wrong you have to buy a new one creating MORE waste than necessary and making MoRE profit by creating this waste.

    Add to that the limited lifecycle designed into many items…

    Ever tried to repair an electrical item ? first you have to work out how to get into the bloody thing, they even use screws that are a difficult as possible to find screwdrivers for.

    Insurance companies and manufacturers will not repair they will usually replace, which means we are still a throwaway society.


    If you have a Japanese car or motorbike and wonder why the crossply screwdriver does not work, as I did last week when trying to do some work on a Honda, they even have their own screwdrivers that look crossply but are NOT:

    “JIS versus Phillips Head Screw Drivers (Japanese Vehicles)
    After a few years of working on Japanese vehicles, I finally realized the Phillips head screws that I’ve been sometimes stripping are not really Phillips head screws at all. It turns out that Japanese equipment uses screws that are built to the Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) B 1012 specification.

    These screws look like a Phillips screw, but are designed not to cam out and will therefore be damaged by a Phillips screwdriver under high torque. JIS screw heads are usually identifiable by a single dot or an “X” to one side of the cross slot. “


  29. Zephir says:

    And lastly, when you are off to buy yet MORE light bulbs, consider this :

    The Centennial Light is the world’s longest-lasting light bulb, burning since 1901, and almost never turned off. It is located at 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, California, and maintained by the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department. Due to its longevity, the bulb has been noted by The Guinness Book of World Records, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, and General Electric.



  30. Zephir says:

    I bought a Mars Bar and some crisps yesterday, as I poured the crisps into a bowl I realised there were only about 10 to 15 of them

    (and low salt and baked, frankly a waste of time until I covered them in salt and lard)

    as for the Mars Bar I thought I was in Lilliput, its about two thirds to half the size of what it used to be.

    Same with Tesco vienna biscuits the pack is the same size but the biscuits are about two thirds normal size.

    What next ?

    Go to buy and Audi A4 and end up with a black Reliant Robin designed to tailgate and not indicate ?


  31. Flotsam says:

    Reparations? Yes, let’s revisit reparations. We want a few hundred £Billion from Germany for the two ruinous World Wars that they started.

    Millibland. What an idiot. Do people really vote for him?


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      And Germany AND Russia should have to start paying reparations to Poland for their WW2.


  32. Zephir says:

    Yes let them pay…

    “Slavery has historically been widespread in Africa. Systems of servitude and slavery were common in parts of Africa in ancient times, as they were in much of the rest of the ancient world.[1] When the trans-Saharan slave trade, Indian Ocean slave trade and Atlantic slave trade (which started in the 16th century)[2] began, many of the pre-existing local African slave systems began supplying captives for slave markets outside Africa.[3][4] Slavery in contemporary Africa is still practiced despite it being illegal.

    In the relevant literature African slavery is categorized into indigenous slavery and export slavery, depending on whether or not slaves were traded beyond the continent.[5] Slavery in historical Africa was practised in many different forms: Debt slavery, enslavement of war captives, military slavery, slavery for prostitution, and enslavement of criminals were all practised in various parts of Africa.[6] Slavery for domestic and court purposes was widespread throughout Africa.[7] Plantation slavery also occurred, primarily on the eastern coast of Africa and in parts of West Africa.[8] The importance of domestic plantation slavery increased during the 19th century, due to the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade.[9] Many African states dependent on the international slave trade reoriented their economies towards legitimate commerce worked by slave labour.”



  33. Zephir says:

    ‘Perfect metaphor for the Dems’: Fetterman rally sees whole raft of flags TOPPLE over as Senate hopeful takes stage after being introduced by Barack Obama

    High winds led to optical disaster at a recent rally for John Fetterman in Pennsylvania when several American flags toppled over behind him”



  34. tomo says:

    And they wonder why the rubber boats keep coming ?

    Not difficult to feel that our public sector is enabling this?

    Not fit for purpose



  35. Fedup2 says:


    Yesterday about this time I listed the standard bias subject areas the BBC uses every day .

    I included attacks on blue labour MPs with the help of the BBC – without a ‘defence ‘…

    … so today – Evette pixie cooper turns up to pour poo on a Tory called ‘Gavin Williamson ‘ she was aided and abetted by a social worker / bbc type called Martha the bee lady .So they had a nice chat about that nasty man

    Evette sounded like she was on just a minute – speaking without stopping or being interrupted and ending a 2? Minute rant with the real subject – the PM….. pixie always sounds like she is telling off a naughty 5 year old ….

    It was pure swamp stuff – ‘the thick of it ‘ for radio and one of the many reasons people are off to ‘boom radio ‘ .

    It didn’t leave us better informed – didn’t offer a solution to any voter problem .

    The item was followed by a screeching ( volume down ) thing about kids on the internet – yawn

    And then the off switch when another screechy woman turned up to moan about not enough wimmin in the board room s – ( off switch ) …

    Maybe boom radio. – which I’ve never heard is the answer ….?

    [ btw red labour have a session in the commons going at braverman again today – who cares ?]


  36. Guest Who says:

    Maybe posting here will reveal what awareness.


  37. Fedup2 says:

    Today green crap

    Bliss – a scrap – apparently some poor bongo bongo countries have the audacity to plan to extract their gas reserves because they are poor and can make money for their people ( as well as filling their own bank accounts ) ….

    …. No …. It will ‘warm the planet ‘ …. How dare people be dragged out of poverty – let them die – they don’t matter – they’re Africans anyway ( this is the green view ) ….

    So – a bit of racist – a bit of imperialism – a bit of colonialism –

    You see – that’s one of the reasons I am anti green – there are millions of people in poor conditions in foreign places – energy production will lift the living standards ( fresh water – wi fi) of a good few
    How dare spoilt north London eco brats dare to stop this …
    Burn that carbon


  38. andyjsnape says:

    COP27: Ukraine a reason to act fast on climate change – Rishi Sunak

    Ukraine? apparently

    Why is the “west” determined to continue ruin its manufacturing for the name of green = expensive. And we pay for it

    India, China etc – talk of green, but

    Look at “green” electric cars, approx £10k dearer to buy against a diesel/petrol model car. Get 200miles on a full charge (summer months, worse in the winter) when new, deteriorate each year, plus an expensive battery change in a few years. Toyota yaris 300,000 to 500,000 miles before replacing main components (Engine, gearbox, etc)


  39. andyjsnape says:

    Former One Direction star Zayn Malik writes to PM over free school meals

    One of todays campaigns brought to you by the bBC

    “Free” food? apparently


  40. G says:

    Our World Economic Forum’s UK Representative/Agent, Richi Sunak has pledged £100 Billion from the empty coffers to:

    “Finance: Make significant progress on climate finance, including the delivery of the promised $100 billion per year to assist developing countries.”

    Aka, ‘Reparations’. With an emphasis on Africa. I wonder if they will invite Bob Geldof in on the administration. After all, he had a prime role previously in watching the money donated, going to African dictators.


    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the only way to stop this reckless behaviour of the WEF Agent is, somehow, stop the money flow going into the Exchequer. The Taxpayers Alliance did not respond to my suggestion some years ago.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      “No member or associate of the World Economic Forum should be permitted to be part of the British government. Such individuals should also be barred from becoming members of Parliament, or the House of Lords prior to its abolition.”

      “Any member or associate of the World Economic Forum who wishes to enter politics needs to denounce their connections with the WEF and/or its agents and backers. They also need to declare any financial interest or benefit deriving from their association with such organisations.”


  41. Guest Who says:

    BBC and tides.

    FT and the big audiences.



  42. andyjsnape says:

    Alaa Abdel Fattah: British-Egyptian activist’s family pin hopes on PM

    Another campaign

    The man can’t be guilty as the bBC have a lovely picture of him smiling


  43. Guest Who says:



    I thought the BBC didn’t do adds.

    Compare the take on Mastodon:


    with a “similar” piece on Parler a couple of years back:


    I think it possible to tell which app the BBC thinks is preferable.

    The bbc ‘does’ only one thing: propaganda.


  44. AsISeeIt says:

    First England international cap for Rishi in this body shaming edition

    You’d have thought our masters would sense we were all copped out by now…

    And yet here we go again: COP27: Ukraine a reason to act fast on climate change – Rishi Sunak (BBC) – I’m not entirely sure I see the connection. I suppose it’s a line intended to stave off potential current criticism of our expensive, unreliable green energy sources that have somewhat snookered our sanctions against Russia and instead turned energy into a rather effective Russian lever against ourselves…

    “Climate and energy security go hand-in-hand,” he [Rishi Sunak] said in his first international appearance since taking office. (BBC) – He said a true thing there. One does admire those little journalistic flourishes, such as – first international appearance – did Gary Lineker give some input into this report? I hope our Gary is out there at Sharm el-Sheikh – he may as well stay out there in that part of the world for the upcoming Qatar World Cup

    I’m oddly reminded of that strange debate as to whether Queen Cleopatra was black. No, say the historians, she was a descendent of the Macedonian Greek Ptolemaic dynasty. But, say the enthusiasts, Egypt is in Africa, so surely she must have been as black as Newgate’s knocker. Anyway we want her to have been black – QED. Like Elon Musk, born Pretoria, South Africa?

    Imagine a hundred years from now the future debate as to whether Gary Lineker was black? The pro-black camp will have a crucial self-idenfying as black quote. And perhaps the clincher – In a friendly against Brazil prior to Euro 92, England win a penalty. Up steps Lineker. We were about to see him make a pig’s ear of it.

    Hey, what’s all this body-shaming talk of ears? It’s all just a bit of playground name calling.

    Schools to cut staff in budget squeeze, union says (BBC) – one assumes that if they can get the nurses and the teachers out on strike at the same time the BBC thinks it can bring the government down. With the added benefit there will be millions more women at home during the day watching Homes Under The Hammer, Bargain Hunt, Loose Women, Doctors and Eggheads.

    “My children have been saying to me ‘are we going to be able to eat?'” (BBC) – yeah, mine too. Always nagging for something to scoff.

    Red alert for Earth: gravest warning yet on climate change (‘i’) – can you imagine one of these COP shows that didn’t up the stakes?

    ‘We are on a highway to climate hell… Co-operate or perish’

    You will obey, or you will be exterminated! – That was the Daleks. But they were in fact out for galactic domination, not a greener planet.

    Just what planet are they on! – exclaims rather than asks the Daily Mail as: Now campaigners say UK should pay £1 TRILLION in climate change reparations to poorer nations

    Another frontpage preoccupation this morning is the photo of Sunak hugging French President Macron. Don’t expect any actual solution to the Channel migrant crisis – the smile is simply Macron pleased to be snapped with a British a PM who’s more of a short arse than he is.


  45. Guest Who says:

    BBC and propaganda. The Trick is to claim you are trusted.


    And get away with it.


  46. Guest Who says:

    Vile taking over where Stuart Hughes left off.

    JSO will be dropping primary kids off motorway bridges soon just to get media coverage.


    • MarkyMark says:

      New EU Directive BBC Programme Labels – for a new transparent and accountable BBC
      “I, Jeremy Vine, cost the public £750K* per year which is the equivalent to 21.5 nurses on £35K, declare that I have no other incomes derived from my broadcasting at the BBC. I have declared all my expenses and registered all gifts on the BBC expenses website. I, Jeremy Vine on this 30 minutes of show, with production time of 2 hours at an hourly rate of £1153 cost you the public £2884*. This does not include the studio and team wages. All monies I make from my ‘BBC Brand’ go back into the BBC. I follow the BBC guidelines – not giving my opinion on subjects that I know little about on twitter, facebook. If I do give an opinion then they are 100% in agreement with the BBC and have been approved by the BBC at time of publishing. Please note that reading out this EU compliant notice just cost you, the public enforced to pay my wages under threat of prison, a total of £76*.”

      * hourly rate is rough calculation, without knowing Jeremy Vines full wage it will be hard to workout. Figures are for illustrative purposes only. They may go up or down depending gender or TV Tax, but are NOT linked to the talent market.


      – – – – – – – –

      “You (Gary “@750K from enforced TV Tax + BT Sport + Walkers” Lineker) should not worry (Indeed, look at your wage). You are in a market (BBC Only market, dominating 50% of news output) where presenters are paid at going rates ITV CH 4 pay (Examples Sugar please! What is Lineker’s hourly rate so we can compare.) more than the BBC. You have shown loyalty ( Loyalty to a BBC that forces payment from the public on threat of prison, that gives pedophiles a unquestionable platform, that lets its Directors claim £34 expense when they are on £450K salaries) ” – Lord Sugar – Twitter – jul2017


    • Fedup2 says:

      Vine seems to be in that same freelance loophole that linaker exploits – using a ‘name ‘ given by the BBC to promote his cause – this time tedious cycling ….

      I find it offensive to knowingly use a 5 year old kid to test the behaviour of car drivers . What sort of parent risks their 5 year old in such a way ? Is it a crime ?

      Anyway – I drive a car – a motor scooter and very seldom a push bike , if you use 2 wheels you can expect an attempt on your life at least once every 2 weeks – this attempt to kill you will either be reckless or intentional –

      I find the ‘school run’ brigade the most dangerous as they only care about little Mohammed and Fatima getting to/ from school – they’ll kill someone on 2 wheels without blinking .

      Making roads more hostile to car drivers nocks the effect onto others – dead 5 year old cyclists and motor cyclists – I exclude those just eat kamikazis from this discussion .


    • StewGreen says:

      Libmob live in bubbles they block and exclude others, so don’t appreciate the diversity of viewpoints then they wrongly think they speak for the WORLD.

      These two replies get magnitudes more Likes that the original poster or Jeremy Vine ..about 12K each

      No real danger of ever hitting the child unless he somehow fell or came off the bike.

      Biggest issue here is why such a young child being put on a busy main road in poor weather conditions.

      Horrific parenting.


      -Dad can we go cycling

      -Yes but it needs to be in middle of a busy road


      -Because I want to use you to make a social media video

      -Isn’t it dangerous though?

      -Yes but be quiet and cycle towards that car while I record it.

      -Where will you be?

      -Behind you


      • StewGreen says:

        Jeez I just watched the video, the car is in its lane and not going very fast, so is entirely within the law.

        It’s not up to oncoming traffic to stop just cos a cyclist is overtaking a parked car.
        By pulling out to overtake the parked car The cyclist has signalled that he feels safe.

        OK the car is overtaking parked cars too so is just over the centre of the road, but it’s put towards the centre by the way the traffic gate works
        Someone put up a still which shows the car is in its position already, before the boy has decided to pass the parked car.
        If the boy was driving a car he would have been the one that would have had to stop.


    • JohnC says:

      Good to be reminded that Lefties like Vine have no clue whatsoever about common sense and the real world. Once again on the wrong side of public opinion.

      I also note how he got a little bit nasty when people did not agree with him. Another sure sign of a Lefty.

      I wonder if it occured to him that children of 5 should not be riding bicycles on the open highway.


  47. StewGreen says:

    Sheffield youth project tweet promoting itself to the media
    It’s a bit ghetto-ey
    If you blink you miss the 2 white men in the 100 faces
    .. https://twitter.com/ReachUpYouth/status/1589902740737884160


  48. Fedup2 says:

    Because teachers got a pat rise it looks their numbers will be culled because of funding . …..such a bad thing ?

    Meanwhile amol interviews people about the cost of living . A teacher says more students are getting second jobs . Good . And that there are more absences because they are working . That’s good too . …
    Might get a bit trickier when the jobs dry up in 2023/ 2024 ….


    • StewGreen says:

      Yes pay rise economics 101
      If the NHS spends money on being green and pays nurses more, there will be less nurses, cos the moneypot doesn’t magically grow.

      Green and Covid policies must be paid for, that means the UK workers have to take a real terms pay cut.


  49. Guest Who says:

    W1A cubicle garden mass swoon.


    • StewGreen says:

      Occasional big rain events will always happen in Pakistan
      but corruption and bad planning meant defences weren’t up to the job
      but it’s much easier to get it a gang and point “Oh it’s then whitey foreigners that did it
      they must give us cash .. that we can spend on more corruption”


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        All British responsibility towards Pakistan ended on 14th August 1947, when the new country came into existence at the time of Indian independence. Any money paid to them since then needs to be returned to Britain in the form of reparations.


    • Guest Who says:

      A lot of people there. Taking pictures.


    • Docmarooned says:

      Utterly delusional harpie hobnobbing with fellow hypocrites. She thinks she is important. Just another snout in the trough.


    • MarkyMark says:

      What are the goals of Pakistan Space programme?
      According to Suparco, five GEO satellites and six low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites will be launched between 2011 and 2040. The stated goals of the program are expected to gain significant experience in satellite development, practising of space medicine, and to promote socio-economic sector in the country.


      • Ian Rushlow says:

        And the unstated goals of the program are: “To develop IRBM (Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles) capable of delivering nuclear warheads to any target in neighbouring countries*, along with surveillance satellites capable of identifying military targets in said countries*, referred to as ‘Project Leicester’.

        * One country only, actually, India.


  50. Guest Who says:

    Getty gets everywhere.