347 Responses to Start the week 14 November 2022

  1. Guest Who says:

    Paying for propaganda does seem odd.


  2. taffman says:

    “Suella Braverman to sign revised deal with France on Channel migrants”

    The French don’t want them. They have been shipping them over. Will they take back all the 40,000 they have already dumped upon us?
    We are governed by a bunch of clowns.


    • G says:


      One’s thing for sure. This Government has adopted an unwritten policy of paying no heed whatever to either the ‘voters’ wishes or anything to their benefit. Seems, ‘We need you stupid people once every five years to suit our purposes of election/re-election. Then you can go back to grazing/chewing the cud or whatever you animals do. By-the-way, as so much time and money is wasted on the five year ritual, take note we aim, in the not-too-distant future to abandon the pretence of elections.’

      “Reduce immigration annually to the, ‘tens of thousand'”

      We arrange again with France, that they will reduce 80% of crossings. A similar ring to it?

      Albert Einstein: The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.


    • StewGreen says:

      “Pull Factor” the way UK government gives free stuff to illegals
      feeds the traffickers business model.

      The illegals are at best queue jumpers stealing the position of refugees that do it the legal way.
      They cost the UK tax payers money, we should bill them even if there is no prospect of getting that money back
      Each person’s “asylum card” should have a monthly tally
      “This month you cost UK taxpayers £X and this has been added to your tally that an honourable person would pay back”

      That’s REPARATIONS I guess.


  3. Guest Who says:

    Seems she needs promoting to senior misinformation reporter soon.


  4. Guest Who says:

    BBC Politics got Kev and Pippster in for ‘analysis’?


  5. Fedup2 says:

    I’ve written before that the Far Left campaigning organisation calling itself ‘the BBC’ loves ‘report porn ‘ – which involves months and years of lawyer snouts in the public purse then no change ….
    …..any way – it also likes ‘anniversary porn ‘ – involving – hopefully a commemoration of an event which is ‘approved ‘. There are a couple today – apparently – but I won’t name them .
    There is also ‘day porn ‘ which involves the ‘designation ‘ of a particular cause – this is invariably linked to a very loud very aggressive spokeswoman for part of the charity industry wingeing about
    Nothing being done
    Not enough being done
    Europe is better than the UK
    Promises have been broken
    More tax money must be spent on it
    A minister should resign
    Typical nasty government
    No minister is available
    A government department says a shed load of
    tax cash is being thrown at this issue
    Now the weather .

    The government is giving the economy to the French as part of a clever scheme to increase sea levels to stop invaders getting the the UK . The sea level will be so high that the dinghies will be unable to climb up to it ….

    More money is also being provided for “operation look the other way ‘ which involves buying French and UK border force types with a couple of thousand a month to supplement their income …

    There is currently no plan to use cluster munitions …


  6. Guest Who says:

    The media, academia, and Polly ticks.


  7. Guest Who says:

    The nodding peroxide Karen is a plus.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “salary that fully covers our expenses and everything” – can we see their weekly expenses and current wages?


    • Terminal Moraine says:

      They can’t face the future and their lives are intolerable?

      A few more years of levelling up and ‘global problems need global solutions’ and we’ll all be able to say “Je suis Albanian.”


  8. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – Ray’s BBCs a Laugh.

    The Bleep Bleep Seeee is 100 years old toady. The TOADY Prog is celebrating and at the same time trying to get rid of its London-centric roots. It would have the Labour ‘Red Wall’ in the North and in the Midlands believe that the BBC was always there for the listeners in Manchester and Birmingham (and no doubt Newcastle and Edinburgh and Cardiff as well) but unfortunately the BBC totally forgot the regional accents!

    Radio is such an unforgiving medium.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I don’t accept that the organisation reached 100 years . It died about 30 years ago and was replaced by a far left campaign group .
      The imposter ‘approves’ a programme called ‘dads army ‘ – from 1974 – and features a character called
      “captain pike “ – as named by the beeboid . I had the privilege of being in the audience for the ( awful ) radio version and don’t remember ‘captain pike ‘ – just private mainwaring – as played by Jane Le measurer …. Warmingtons very own tick box coloured …


      • tomo says:

        Dorian Gray?


      • Up2snuff says:

        Fed, they did correct that mistake about “Don’t tell him, Pike.” I listened to some of the radio versions last year or year before, don’t remember them being that bad.


        • Fedup2 says:

          I think I was tainted by seeing the cast reading from the scripts – especially Arthur Lowe – who if recall was famously bad at his lines …..
          There are still some magical episodes ( and a few mad bad ones ) but I can always watch it . After James Beck died it changed a lot I think …..

          … and driving through Thetford Forest from time to time makes me spot the ‘sites’…


  9. Guest Who says:

    Panorama still investigating?


  10. Doublethinker says:

    16 % ofthe public say that they would vote for a Farage led party. With FPTP this % will lead to few seats. It needs to approach 30% before it begins to win the number of seats commensurate with its size. Nigel has been here before.
    Of course if it looks like such a party is likely to win more than a handful of seats it will be attacked from all sides of politics and the MSM as racist etc etc. unless and until the British people refuse to accept the invasion and are prepared to go out on the streets to make their feelings known , the political establishment will ignore them and at best throw them a sop or two. Only by frightening the establishment can the public force through the changes that they want to see.


    • theisland says:

      “frightening the establishment”

      In the UK the ‘establishment’ mainly comprises top civil servants who are owned by, owe their allegiances to and take their orders from alien powers. They protect themselves and their own through networks of bribery and fear (threats of losing pensions etc,).
      MPs who collude most with the ‘establishment’ are those who receive the most protection, Starmer being the prime example (e.g. see Nick Brown story above).


  11. Guest Who says:

    BBC paying Getty by instalments now?


    • MarkyMark says:

      “I still get frightened when someone comes and knocks on the door,” said Sharon, who has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of what happened.


    • StewGreen says:

      Not just any police ” Nottinghamshire Police”
      The same police force that seem to act illegally invading Alex Belfield’s home
      And that he said he saw racially abusing a prisoner in custody.

      And then the establishment seemed to act very harshly in his case compared to what would have happened had he been a lefty.

      In this new story Notts police acted like thugs
      But it seems that the woman and her family were not blameless.
      She should have paid the debt before it got to the bailiff
      And then she should have just let the bailiffs in
      not let her nephews play games by taking things from the Bailiff’s car.


    • StewGreen says:

      Furthermore the BBC news article is the first time I have seen them use F-words in full.
      There is no need for that they could have asterisked it.
      If we use swear words like that here ISPs would ban us like Virgin media already do.
      I wonder if the article was written by/with angry black activists.


      • Lunchtime Loather says:

        I have asked whether I can now use the F-word in complaints. They set the benchmark, not me.


  12. MarkyMark says:

    What power have you got?
    Where did you get it from?
    In whose interests do you exercise it?
    To whom are you accountable?
    And how can we get rid of you?


  13. Guest Who says:

    At this rate Toenails likely feels confident he can goose a nun in Botney’s private elevator soon.


  14. MarkyMark says:

    “The self-made billionaire Issa brothers, whose started out cleaning toilets and bought up Asda last year, have won planning consent for a £5 million mosque in their home town of Blackburn”

    Billionaire Issa brothers who bought Asda for £6.8bn unveil plans for Europe’s biggest Muslim cemetery in Blackburn

    Billionaire Issa brothers have won planning consent for a £5 million mosque
    The mass site will include 35,000 burial plots in their home town of Blackburn
    It dwarfs London’s Garden of Peace which opened in 2002 with 10,000 plots

    PUBLISHED: 22:59, 23 November 2021 | UPDATED: 23:00, 23 November 2021


    This new site dwarfs the current largest Muslim cemetery, The Garden of Peace, which opened in East London in 2002 and holds 10,000 plots, all of which are now occupied.

    ‘People use the land for dog walking and there is also wildlife living on the green land which we want to protect.’


    • tomo says:


      • MarkyMark says:

        Zuckerberg tells Rogan FBI warning prompted Biden laptop story censorship
        26 August


        Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook restricting a story about Joe Biden’s son during the 2020 election was based on FBI misinformation warnings.

        The New York Post alleged leaked emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop showed the then vice-president was helping his son’s business dealings in Ukraine.

        Facebook and Twitter restricted sharing of the article, before reversing course amid allegations of censorship.

        Zuckerberg said that getting the decision wrong “sucks”.


  15. MarkyMark says:

    The burial plots would be set oriented ‘towards Qibla’ – Mecca as is Islamic tradition.

    All proceeds from the business will be utilised to provide ongoing funeral services within the Muslim Community and none of the directors or the volunteers will benefit financially from the service it offered.



    Saudi Arabia allows Catholics and Christians of other denominations to enter the country as foreign workers for temporary work, but does not allow them to practise their faith openly. As a result, Catholics and other Christians generally only worship in secret within private homes.


  16. Jeff says:

    I always enjoy my very poignant visit to The Cenotaph on Remembrance Day…and yesterday was no exception. Just a couple of observations…

    I know it’s a sign of old age when you start noticing how young the police are looking, but yesterday I noticed something else. They’re definitely getting shorter and fatter.

    I’m not a giant, but some of these coppers were tiddlers and hardly athletic. One affable little chap I spoke to was as round as he was tall and he barely reached my elbow. For the life of me I can’t imagine him chasing a criminal. Blimey, he was out of breath just strolling up the Mall.

    It isn’t just our police that are looking suspiciously juvenile. I caught a glimpse of young Rishi laying his wreath and to me he looked more like a school prefect on open day than the political leader of a country.

    There was a rather telling little incident during the two minute silence. As we were standing observing this 100 year tradition, a young black chap came bustling through. Idiot that I am, I thought for a moment that he must be a late attendee. Twit! It became clear that I was mistaken. He had no interest in this most moving of occasions and was just trying to get to the other end of Whitehall. How is it feasible that someone can be that thick? And how is it that so few members of the “BAME” community take the trouble to turn up? Brixton is a bus ride away; a couple of stops on the tube, but there are fewer than a handful. I only have to travel in from Surrey, but people come from the four corners of the kingdom.

    When I first used to come here, all those years ago, there were still veterans from The Great War marching. Later I’d see them outside the pubs enjoying a pint and a fag and swapping stories with old comrades. Now there aren’t even all that many from WW2.

    Times winged chariot. Dust to dust.

    And on that cheerful note…


  17. MarkyMark says:

    Inside the evangelical mission to build the first church in Saudi Arabia, the home of Islam where preaching the Bible can land you in jail

    preaching the Bible can land you in jail

    preaching the Bible can land you in jail

    preaching the Bible can land you in jail


    The first mosque to be built in the Western Isles is proving to be a huge hit with tourists. The Stornoway temple opened its doors in May to provide a place of worship for the area’s 80-strong Muslim community.30 Sept 2018


  18. AsISeeIt says:

    Admitting the truth, lobster traps and like the Mary Celeste on Friday afternoon edition

    BBC press pickers like the giveaway advertising Metro for their headline top spot: We’ll all pay more tax Hunt’s budget warning as it’s revealed Trussonomics has cost us £30bn – that’s as maybe. No mention of course of Rishi’s far more significant Lockdownonomics and that colossal cost to the tax payer.

    How big is that fiscal hole? £30bn?

    The left-leaning ‘i’ admits: Thursday’s crunch Autumn Statement, seeks to plug £60bn black hole…

    Whilst what we assume to be the fiscally canny FT warns of: …£70bn debt rise sharpens Hunt’s focus on Autumn Statement – which, unusually for the FT is almost headlined in plain English

    A popular church hymn in times past was: Tell me the old, old story – so it is today with the Daily Mirror: Last chance to save our NHS

    One ponders one’s saving options as: COP talks last chance saloon!… COP 26 last year was flagged as ‘the last chance to make a difference.’ I suppose COP 27 is the last chance saloon! – this is local Cllr Martin Heath, Environmental researcher (no less), opining in the Mid-Devon Advertiser – since we apparently go to advertising sheets for news – he reckons we should write to our MPs and badger them to invest more in green energy supplies.

    One would tend to differ with our enviromentally curious friend from Dawlish Town Council and taking the ailing NHS as our example note that the more taxpayer cash ‘invested‘ the bigger and ever more urgent the crisis appears.

    The Daily Mail takes a different attitude toward our nationalised hospitals – rather than the lovey-dovey locus of heroes and angels they are in fact a place to which we should be instinctually allergic: A&E chief: hospitals harm the elderly ‘They’re like lobster traps… easy to get in to but hard to get out of. I’m desperate to keep my parents out’ – one would tend to extend that wish to all of one’s family and friends, no?

    The Guardian increasingly gains praise these days from Mr AsISeeIt for their rather reasonable headlines: The hospitals where a third of patients can’t go home – not for the Guardianistas the rose-tinted soft-focus panacea of an imagined NHS utopia – for today in their headline at least.

    ‘Mary Celeste’ wards. NHS staffing levels should be higher at weekends to help cut waiting times, a top doctor has said, with many hospitals “like the Mary Celeste” on Friday afternoons (Times) – no further comment necessary, draw your own conclusions there.

    Further kudos is due for the Guardian’s apparent antipathy toward taxation in a headline – which the left and particularly that public sector managerial left, forming a large part of the Gruan target demographic, would normally as a rule tend to view as manna from heaven: Everyone will pay more tax, say Sunak and Hunt – we assume the kicker will be some expose of tax loop holes for the aforesaid Tories and their pals.

    When a politician is caught admitting the truth it can come over as somewhat disconcerting: “Taxes are going up, and that’s a difficult thing for me to do because I came into politics to do the opposite” – Jeremy Hunt there as quoted in the Telegraph. I’m still not sure I believe him. The more money raised and spent by the State, the more power and influence these people gain. The more of other peoples’ cash splashed the more popular they become with the interest groups who benefit.

    So where’s all the money going? Aside from the interest the government are having to pay on their previous brilliant ‘investments‘ with cash borrowed on our behalf?

    New pact with France to stem flow of migrants… The arrangements are expected to be accompanied by an increase in the amount that Britain pays France from £54 million last year to £70 million. (Times)

    Nick Timothy Tax pain is coming – but it’s the only choice (Telegraph) – so you’ve been told. Maybe, as we stand here given the present sad situation that could be true. But what of all those so very many bad choices made on our behalf which got us here?

    Headlines range today from Cop27 to T20 to G20…

    Russia is a rogue state, Sunak tells G20 leaders. PM attacks Putin over failure to attend Bali summit to explain his invasion of Ukraine – this, ladies and gentlemen, is pure spin. The US and allied poodles wanted Russia to be excluded from the G20 but many neutral states objected to a Putin boycott.

    From the archives…

    President Biden wants to kick Russia out of the G20. Here’s why that’s unlikely to happen (Fortune, March 2022)

    Yellen says Russia should be expelled from G20, U.S. may boycott some meetings… U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Wednesday that Russia should be expelled from the Group of 20 major economies forum, and the United States will boycott some G20 meetings if Russian officials show up. (Reuters, April 2022)

    And finally, next time a third (or is it fourth?) wave feminist moans about the patriarchy… perhaps refer them to the formerly patriotic, formerly patriarchal Times: Why affairs are better for women than for men – call me old fashioned but I thought it still took two to tango?


  19. MarkyMark says:



  20. MarkyMark says:


    King Charles to be Defender of the Faith but also a defender of faiths
    The King shares his mother’s religious devotion and has also shown great interest in non-Christian faiths

    Britain mourns death of Queen Elizabeth – latest updates


  21. MarkyMark says:

    Suella Braverman has given a pool interview following her early morning agreement of a new cooperation deal with France to tackle illegal small boats crossing the Channel. The Home Secretary stressed that illegal migration is “totally unacceptable” and emphasised the Government’s “multi-dimensional approach… to ensure there is a robust barrier”. The deal is worth €72 million and will see a 40% increase in British officers patrolling French beaches whilst funding increased port security. For all the hope and rhetoric, Guido doubts an extra 100 patrol men along the French beaches will put a stop to the crisis…

    2018 …

    UK to pay extra £44.5m for Calais security in Anglo-French deal
    This article is more than 4 years old
    Funds to be announced along with plans to revise Le Touquet accord on asylum seekers



    Theresa May on immigration … from ‘hard’ line to ‘pink no line’ …

    2012 … “Two and a half years ago, the coalition government was formed, and we made a clear promise to the British public. After thirteen years of uncontrolled mass immigration, this government would reduce and control immigration.” – Theresa May 2012

    2015 … “Because when immigration is too high (no figure given), when the pace of change is too fast, it’s impossible to build a cohesive society.” – Theresa May 2015

    2018 … “Over the years, overall, immigration has been good for the UK. It has brought people with different backgrounds, different outlooks here to the UK,” – Theresa May 2018


  22. MarkyMark says:

    Is this speech comparable with EU demands as part of the EU Referendum exit? … “He is really the first tax martyr. (878 AD) He was called upon to pay the Danegeld, and he took £48,000 to the Danes, then at Greenwich, and handed it over. They said, “Mr Alphege, we would like some more, and if you don’t give us more, we are going to hold on to you as a hostage.” And Alphege replied: “I will not give you more; I will not put higher taxes on my people; I will not have them suffer this imposition.” So they threw ox bones at Alphege until he died. I hope that people will not find it necessary to throw ox bones at me, but as another representative from North East Somerset, I will stand constantly for low taxation.” – Jacob Rees-Mogg /North East Somerset / Con {youtube}

    {Full text to speech – Parliament home page – Jacob Rees-Mogg – jun 2010}




  23. tomo says:

    – by that measure – there should be some BBC peeps on the list?


  24. MarkyMark says:

    France is a failed state – time for UK to invade …


    Today the BBC journalists Michael Keohan and Colin Campbell released a shocking report on the channel crossings. It showed people smugglers selling their wares brazenly in the migrant camps and many children living in unsafe and dangerous conditions, as well as—this is breathtaking—a free French public bus service that migrants can use to travel directly from the camps to the Dunkirk departure beaches. Will my right hon. Friend allow a statement on the issue of tackling the small boat crossings and the Government’s response in their work with France?




  25. Eddy Booth says:

    Ukrainians back to lamppost action.
    Earlier in the year it was duct-taping alleged looters.
    Now alleged collaboraters in Kherson.


    Plus a desecrated Union Jack flag on a mercenary? fruit In Kherson .

    Daily mail


    • Mrs Kitty says:

      Those ties are what every driver should have in their car , so much easier to deal with the just stop oil lot before plod gets there to protect them.


  26. tomo says:

    A memory sink hole opens up


    • MarkyMark says:

      FTX also became the official crypto exchange of MLB, and it signed endorsement deals with NFL quarterback Trevor Lawrence, tennis star Naomi Osaka, and MLB pitcher Shohei Ohtani.2 days ago




  27. tomo says:

    a week later … “hourly results reports”


    • vlad says:

      Another rigged election. And if you so much as question it in Biden’s America you’re a domestic terrorist.


  28. G says:


    “Reading between the lines, when you ask a Spaniard to do something for you and they say Manana, what they actually mean is “What you asked me to do is not important (to me) and I’ll get around to it when I can be bothered”


    Almost there. Yes, the ‘Manyana’ economic model is slowly growing upon the UK.


  29. StewGreen says:

    There’s a BBC South Asian network
    and a Carribbean one too ?


  30. StewGreen says:

    Radio 4 invite you to to apply for a £5,000 Royal Geographical Society travel grant
    to make a radio prog

    2022 – woman who lost faith with Mormons
    2021 – Woman who wanted to trace her mother’s trip before she emigrated from Ethiopia to the UK.


  31. atlas_shrugged says:

    Lavrov treated for heart condition in Bali?


    Did he take the Jaba Jaba? I think we should be told.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      They probably pre-wrote the story for Putin, he didn’t atrend so they let Lavrov have the prerend ambulance instead.


      • G says:

        Nah! He probably fell out with Putin before leaving Russia and he’s paying the poison penalty………………. Like usual.


  32. Terminal Moraine says:

    Naga Munchetty on R5:

    Two migrant charity/NGO/consultancy types on who reassured us that despite the numbers, both France and Germany are taking more both in totals and as % of the population. It’s a good illustration of taking data in isolation; no need to look at the problems both those countries have — just find someone whose open door policies are even more insane than yours and set that as the benchmark. Sadly as we know on this site, such tactics work because they come from ‘authoritative’ sources. Thus the Mariannas of the world are emboldened to spread the open society gospel, comfortable they’ve got a fact in the bag.

    Naga nods along in agreement at this bit of cherry picking and says “it’s all about context”. Maybe it was comedy hour and I just didn’t realise.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      One is too many.


      • tomo says:

        I’m hearing that Albanians in particular are being disproportionately shipped to NW England


        • Ian Rushlow says:

          That makes sense. Liverpool is one of the last English cities where the cocaine trade is largely under the control of local gangsters, whereas in the rest of the country it is controlled by Albanians. Presumably someone made a deal with the Albanian Mafia to allow them to bring in extra resources via the Channel 🙂


  33. Terminal Moraine says:

    Has this been posted? Great British Bake Off:

    – Sandro
    – Abdul
    – Syabira
    – Janusz


  34. Eddy Booth says:

    Jonnie Irwin: Place in the Sun presenter reveals he has terminal cancer

    “… Escape To The Country, told Hello! magazine his lung cancer had spread to his brain.”

    Never heard of him.
    Classy to sell his story to Hello! magazine …
    No exclusive for his beloved bbc then?
    Can’t say I care a jot about him or any other BBC staff.
    Only mildly interesting thing is did he smoke, including cannabis?
    BBC too polite to say.

    ” …three-year-old son Rex and two-year-old twins Rafa and Cormac ”


    “Irwin has also taken out life insurance..”

    Hows that work then?


    • StewGreen says:

      Heck mate, “He presents Channel 4’s A Place In The Sun and the BBC’s Escape To The Country, told Hello! magazine his lung cancer had spread to his brain.”

      The bloke’s about to die of cancer, if he wants to sell his story to Hello
      to provide for his family, I don’t blame him.
      “One three-year-old and two-year-old twins”


  35. theisland says:

    The corporation has spent the last few months throwing money into its North America operation, hiring a multitude of new staff as it faces cuts in the UK.
    Labelling the move a “major growth opportunity”, The BBC has doubled the amount of journalists working for the broadcaster in North America, as well as bringing in two new editorial executives.
    They are hoping their impartial
    [sic] news content will attract audiences in the states, where they currently have a reach of 50million a week.
    Naja Nielsen, the digital director of BBC News, said it showed the outlet was “the most important source of trustworthy information”, speaking to Press Gazzette.

    The deluded Naja Nielsen says:

    “I’m from Denmark, and in my own country, we all grew up with this history lesson where we hear BBC London telling us about the liberation of Denmark after the Second World War.
    “And that’s kind of the role that BBC News and the BBC has always played. And we see that in Ukraine and Russia, Afghanistan, Iran, you know – we are the most important source of trustworthy
    [sic] information.”

    Press Gazette asked Nielsen what it would be like broadcasting to an audience who don’t have a personal stake in the BBC through the licence fee.
    “There is no place where we have a more privileged [position], but also bigger responsibility, than in Britain. Because it’s stated in the charter: we’re here to inform everyone.
    “And actually I think the debate and also sometimes the criticism that we’ve received, for me, is proof that we are a part of this society and that we’re really important to people.
    “Our thing for all of us working here – we know the public are our owners and we are working for the public and they are completely welcome to have any opinion about what we do.”

    Yes Naja, we do have an opinion, which is why tvl payers are leaving in droves, but the ‘government’ will not listen to us.


    • MarkyMark says:

      BBC Radio 4, Wednesday 9 November

      In a news summary about the US midterms we said the Republicans are on track to take the House of Representatives ‘in a major blow to President Putin’.

      The presenter misspoke and was in fact referring to President Biden.




      • Fedup2 says:

        President trump is due to make an announcement Tuesday . I reckon he will choose not to stand again – what’s the use ? The voting is fixed – as seem in the midterms …

        Delaying the results in order to get the democrat fix -so obvious it should embarrass America …


        • Demon says:

          I said before the elections that the”Democrats” would already have ensured that they would win despite the real vote.


          • Fedup2 says:

            Demon – the highest example so far is fetterman the brain damaged one in Pennsylvania – democratic postal voting was done even before the one and only live debate between the candidates .
            If I recall on the actual election day only 25% of votes were made ….
            …..the democrats literally just voted on the Party and not the individual –
            Tucker Carlson reckons Fetterman will be the ideal democrats VP in 2 years …..


    • Fedup2 says:

      That’s a definite problem we have – the BBC has a strong image from the past when it was the BBC – but will the foreigners be too thick to realise it’s just CNN and the lefty MSM swamp the yanks already suffer?


  36. Eddy Booth says:


    ‘The liberation of Kherson marks the “beginning of the end” of the war with Russia, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on a visit to the city.
    Ukraine is “moving forward” and ready for peace, he told soldiers.’

    Cryptic..is he softening up the public for a peace deal announcement, that his globalist bosses are working on with Russia at the moment?


  37. MarkyMark says:

    As 200 migrants float across the busiest channel in the world …

    “… there have been 551 asylum claims in Britain from people from other EU countries – like Poland and Spain. All but a handful were turned down – but they cost over £4 million to the British tax payer. So we will end this absurdity ….” – Theresa May – Oct2015 – @25:05

    551 Asylum Claims @ £4 million?! (£7,259 per claim)

    Asylum from Poland and Spain??????



  38. tomo says:

    On the BBC later ?

    Will a BBC pundit be wearing the logo on a hat / T-shirt on-air?

    – stunning + brave etcetera.


    • TrickCyclist says:

      I’m sure we all know Harry Kane has pledged to wear a OneLove rainbow armband in Qatar.
      As far as I’m concerned, the rainbow armband never looked better than when worn by Col. Wilma Deering in Buck Rogers, c.1979.
      You knew you weren’t gay when Wilma was on screen.



  39. tomo says:


  40. The Mouse says:

    Written earlier – 16% people said they would vote for Farage led party. Contributor said that this not enough – I disagree. With a bit of momentum and those who are made to feel ‘shamed’ by media and establishment but will vote Farage without admitting so will bring this to 19-20%. With an all turnout of voters of 80% then we have 25% and this means the Farage party is in the game.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Mouse – may be true – but the concerted efforts by the BBC and the vote counters and the swamp – red ‘ blue labour would ensure the fix – even the polls would be fixed …

      …. They’ve seen what can be done in the US – the next time an even bigger effort will be applied to corrupt the process ….

      There is no opposition to ‘one state ‘…


    • Emmanuel Goldstein says:

      If 16% did vote for a Farage Party (Reform?) then perhaps that would be a base vote which could be built on if people start to think of them as a real Party instead of a protest vote.
      If people think that Reform has a chance they just might vote for them.
      I vote UKIP (the only other choice I get in Sunderland) even though I know they don’t really have any chance.

      However, Fed’s right.
      The msm will all try to destroy them and the votes will be fiddled as we’ve seen in some places already (Tower Hamlets and Thanet) plus the usual postal fixes.

      The thing is, if we don’t get a Party in that actually represents the Majority as opposed to the 3 x left wing ones then it would surely lead to serious trouble.
      They (Parliament) are going against the majority on just about everything, net zero, Channel crossers, woke, soft law and order (on lefties like just stop oil) diversity managers and so on, we all know what they’re like.
      It’s us against them. They are not our friends.

      Someone wrote earlier that they let all the channel crossers in during covid lockdown. The reason they didn’t stop them was because if they did stop them it would mean they could stop them if they wanted to.
      They don’t want to stop them.


    • StewGreen says:

      Mouse, where was it written earlier ?
      I see nothing about 16% on this page nor on the last page of the last thread.

      It sounds Like a lefty activist number
      We need the original link if we are talking about a story.
      I see this Telegraph article
      Nigel Farage-led party could attract more than a quarter* of voters, poll reveals”

      More than a quarter* of British voters would consider voting for a **new** party led by Nigel Farage.
      A new poll shows that 12 per cent of the public would be very interested in backing a new venture if it were launched next year, while 16 per cent would be quite interested


      by “More than a quarter” I take it they mean 28%
      ie 12% very interested + the 16% quite interested


      • FrankZ says:

        Mouse, where was it written earlier ? I see nothing about 16% on this page nor on the last page of the last thread.

        “Doublethinker NOVEMBER 14, 2022 AT 8:36 AM
        16% of the public say that they would vote for a Farage led party. With FPTP this % will lead to few seats. It needs to approach 30% before it begins to win the number of seats commensurate with its size. Nigel has been here before.”


  41. theisland says:

    NGOs Encourage Channel Crossings.
    Young girls handing out leaflets.


  42. tomo says:

    Well, yes …. I can believe that the BBC were less than keen to report this from COP27 …


  43. Ian Rushlow says:

    Looks like Britain isn’t the only country with economic woes. Seems to be the case that Nigeria is also going to have an Autumn Statement from their chancellor:



  44. theisland says:


  45. Fedup2 says:

    BBC loves its foreigner with a British passport in a foreign jail campaign – once it was an Iranian in an Iranian jail – now it’s an Egyptian in an Egyptian jail . This one is seeming continuing to live despite not taking food or water . Now I thought – according to St Bear of Grills – that you can only survive for 3 days without water but something like 3 years without food – if you are the average NHS nurse ….
    But maybe Egyptian prisoners do not always tell the truth .._ I reckon the BBC will have a field day with some scouse angel banged up in a Qatar jail next week after expressing his culture of nicking anything from anyone ….


  46. tomo says:


  47. Guest Who says:

    She is no Soaf.

    How many pointless moppets are there in SaS?


    • StewGreen says:

      What’s that ?
      The GreenBlob PR trickster use a child as a shield again

      Licypriya Kangujam@LicypriyaK
      11 Years Old Indigenous Climate Activist| Founder @ChildMovement_
      | Special Envoy of the President of Timor Leste 🇹🇱| A Global Voice| Manage by Licy Foundation
      Today, I confronted with UK 🇬🇧 Minister of Energy, Climate and Environment @ZacGoldsmith at #COP27.

      I asked him, “When will you release those jailed climate activists your Govt. arrested for protesting to stop new oil & gas license across UK?”

      He replied, “No idea” & run away!

      Doh, the answer is nothing to do with whether a British citizen is asking or not
      cos the government are NOT holding the activists. The courts are holding them
      They’ll stay in Prison until their court date, because they are on remand as they’ll likely reoffend.

      Have you got the video of you confronting the Chinese delegation?

      Zac’s title is “Minister for Overseas Territories, Commonwealth, Energy, Climate and Environment”
      He’s not a cabinet minister
      He’s unpaid and his boss is head of the FCO


  48. Guest Who says:

    Tragic, and possible.

    What is more certain is not taking drugs almost eliminates this completely.

    But the bbc running a ‘says’ from a relative is what they deem ‘News’.


  49. StewGreen says:

    The 11am Radio4 documentary talked to an unemployed miner about the planned Cumbria coking coal mine
    The the presenter SamPeach starts making his questions about fossil fuels
    “There seems to be more of a drive to increase extraction here in the UK
    methods like fracking,
    how do you think that affects the mine’s chances ?

    Next question “Look there’ll be of people that point out this mine is going to damage the environment by *increasing* fossil fuel usage
    Do you think it would be better to invest the money in renewable energy perhaps”

    Miner replies “Wind solar power we can’t get our energy from that
    we need this mine to make steel to make wind turbine towers”

    FFS don’t mix up this mine with fossil fuels
    Fossil fuels are APPLES
    and coking coal is MARMALADE
    The mine isn’t going to INCREASE fossil fuel use, it’s just an alternative source of coal as an INGREDIENT in steelmaking
    Without it the same steel will be made with coal from elsewhere

    The mine is not using taxpayers money.
    If the private investors took their money and invested their money in renewables , it will not change the scenario about how much CO2 world steel emits.
    Just the same as banning marmalade doesn’t affect the amount of apples sold.

    I couldn’t bear to listen to the next bit , with an anti-mine activist.


  50. Zephir says:

    The far left in all it’s glory:

    “Iain Duncan Smith tells court how he confronted ‘pathetic’ protester who ‘slammed traffic cone on to his head’ after he was followed by ‘threatening’ group hurling abuse at him during Tory party conference

    Sir Iain told a district judge how he was subjected to a ‘cacophony of sound’, a banging drum, abuse and insults, as he walked from the Midland Hotel to the Mercure Hotel, in Manchester city centre, on October 4, 2021, during the Conservative Party conference, with his wife Betsy and one of her friends.

    The former Tory leader was allegedly attacked while with his wife in Manchester
    The MP, 68, tells a court how protesters ‘smacked down’ a cone on his head
    Elliot Bovill, Radical Haslam, Ruth Wood are on trial over the incident from 2021”