226 Responses to Start the Week 5 December 2022

  1. Zephir says:

    Thought I would pop on first for a change, UP2 is becoming a bit like woke United, too many wins.

    Tears at the bbc for two hideously white persons scoring racist goals, with Lunchbox Saint Rashford, Baron Tupperware, Earl of Manchester missing out, my heart goes out to them.


  2. Up2snuff says:

    TWotWeeee Watch #1 – we need more money

    Jonny ‘Disjointed’ Dymond is outraged that prisoners are being denied justice because of the failings in the UK Court system. He interviews several people, including a lawyer. She claims Judges have no power to insist on anything in their Courts. I disagree with M’learned friend: Judges have absolute power over what goes on their Courtroom while they are sitting even down to the effectiveness of IT systems. M’learned friend also suggested that UK Courts have gone paperless.

    I hope she is never photographed outside a Court carrying a bundle of papers and the next time a Judge calls her into his or her Chamber – for a ticking off? – she will note his/her Case notes on the desk in his/her handwriting and the rows of Law books on the shelf behind the Judges chair. Has she never read or listened to Rumpole on R4?

    M’learned friend was after more money from the taxpayer. Now there’s a surprise.


  3. tapwatertory says:

    I now work for the bbc!
    Well not quite, a six week contract replacing old ac units in Salford.

    I can’t wait, will maxi cancel me? Who knows.

    Five ways to spend and waste less this Christmas.


    2nd vegan bollocks.
    5th remember the true meaning of Christmas.

    Fair play, didn’t once mention Jesus or the Christian faith.

    Now I’m technically paid through the licence fee I’d like to say it’s worth every penny.


    • Fedup2 says:


      Traitor 😎

      ( but be careful as the BBC stazi might track you down … but due to your ‘key worker ‘ status give you a pass ) …


    • Zephir says:

      I know those at the bbc are a bit thick, but spending taxpayer money for new air conditioning as the snow starts to fall ?


  4. Sluff says:

    Not BBC but a fellow-travelling female on LBC around 5 pm yesterday.
    And what hilarity it was, inadvertently.

    She was playing the full-on left wing race baiter, and supporting Marlene/Ngozi against an octogenarian lady in waiting.

    Talking about the alleged attitude of Lady Hussey she mentioned ‘condensation’ instead of ‘condescension’. !!!!!
    Then she did it again !

    So not just left wing but totally thick.
    Perhaps the two go together.


    • StewGreen says:

      Who does the 5pm slot on Saturdays ?
      Ah it’s Emily Sheffield
      a random working class person ? Nope daughter of Lord Sheffield and sister of David Cameron’s wife Samantha.

      She posted a pro Hussey tweet
      “This Indian caller says it’s ‘absolutely rubbish’ to say the royal family is racist
      .. https://www.twitter.com/LBC/status/1599087125936439298

      and this anti one


      • BRISSLES says:

        Reading Nick Ferrari in his Sunday column, he’s deffo on the side of Marlene, and was quite scathing in his condemnation of Lady Hussey. He’s off my Christmas card list – forever.


        • JohnC says:

          Just looked at his twitter where one of his topics is:

          ‘Met reveals young black men 12 times more likely than white men to be murdered in London’

          Which of course paints them as victims. As they generally murder each other, it follows that they are probably 12 times more likely to murder someone else. This unwillingness to speak the truth is the root of everything wrong in this country.

          I did work it out that nationally, if a random black guy and a random white guy are walking towards you, the black guy is 7 times more likely to murder you. So in Londonistan’s gangland, 12 times sounds about right.


          • Sluff says:

            John C
            Another relevant statistic, in line with yours, is that men are five times more likely to be murdered by a stranger than women.

            Yet strangely, there are never any candle lit vigils and demos calling for ‘safe spaces’.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Although slavery is recognized as being illegal around the world by international treaties and conventions, evidence has shown that there is still existing slavery in Yemen, and the number of slaves is in fact growing. Slavery affects and inhibits many basic human rights, and was specifically abolished by Yemen in 1962. That slavery is alleged to still exist is a major human rights issue.



    • Banania says:

      I am sure Ngozi/Marlene would have understood perfectly.


  5. tomo says:



    • taffman says:

      Follow the Money …………………
      Next time vote for The Reform Party to flush out the mess the Tory Government have put this Great Nation in .
      Any ‘pseudo Tories’ care to respond?


    • MarkyMark says:

      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




      • Sluff says:

        She was Home Secretary.
        And the Home Office’s positivity towards open door mass immigration is legendary and can be traced back to Steve Moxon’s whistleblowing in the early 2000s.

        I think Theresa may have just succumbed to their years of ceaseless brainwashing.

        ‘Immigration is good. When the voice says ‘now listen to me’ I will enthuse over the benefits of mass immigration’


  6. JohnC says:

    Here’s another cracker by ‘Matt Murphy’ – a BBC journalist who blocks his twitter feed to anyone not approved.

    Trump’s call for ‘termination’ of constitution condemned

    The REAL story here is the twitter censorship of the Hunter Biden story to interfere with the last election. I remember the huge coverage about ‘Russian interference’ which ended up being a Democrat lie followed by a partisan FBI chief.

    This one is much bigger. Yet it seems ‘Matt Murphy’ and the BBC don’t want to talk about that : instead they are trying to make Trump out as the bad guy.

    Here’s what the BBC tell us about what Twitter did:

    ‘Twitter initially blocked the story because of a company policy on hacked and stolen materials, and the leaked emails showed confusion and disagreements among staff as they scrambled to respond.’

    That’s it.

    Then we get:
    ‘The files – which the BBC cannot verify – were published on Twitter by Substack writer Matt Taibbi on Friday night.’

    Just to sow the seed of doubt that they might be fake.


  7. taffman says:

    Art ?
    More like a waste of Telly Tax for you lot that pay it.
    What about you maxincony ?


  8. vlad says:

    “Charles invites Ngozi Fulani to Buckingham Palace after racism row.”

    Oh dear.



    • JohnC says:

      Oh dear indeed. What a complete embarassment.

      Game over Charlie.

      Maybe he will take the knee in front of her.


  9. JohnC says:

    Man dies in Swindon stabbing as police launch murder probe

    ‘The police earlier said they do not believe there is a risk to the wider public.’

    So it sounds like they know Muslim’s did it then. Hence no information about the attackers or victim whatsoever.

    What an utterly warped world of hypocrisy and double standards we live in. And every one of those double standards is to the disadvantage of ‘white British’.


    • Banania says:

      What was a police launch doing in Swindon? The Thames is some distance away, and the Ox-Wilts canal has not yet been reopened.


  10. Zephir says:

    Another professional racebaiter and their less than truthful methods:

    “Photo in Harry and Meghan’s Netflix trailer used to illustrate paparazzi hounding them actually showed invited photographers taking pictures at a Harry Potter film premiere in 2011… five years before the couple had even met”



    • JohnC says:

      I’ve learned that the Left can use anything fake they like under the excuse ‘it captures the sentiment’ of whatever agenda item they are pushing.

      Just one of their many double-standards.


    • Guest Who says:

      They have a Global Press Secretary, apparently.

      Who says wibble that #prasnews types copy and paste.


  11. Zephir says:

    Hypocrisy of the greens:

    “‘He should be nowhere near this!’ David Beckham is branded a ‘hypocrite’ by Earthshot Prize viewers after jetting across the globe from the Qatar World Cup to present an award”



  12. Guest Who says:


  13. Guest Who says:

    Also a trusted bbc propaganda partner.


  14. andyjsnape says:

    Ukraine war: Oil prices rise as cap on Russian crude looms

    “Oil prices have risen after major producers agreed to continue to cut output and the G7 and its allies agreed to cap the price of Russian oil”

    So the we in the west suffer again with high prices


  15. Tabs says:

    The BBC News website has successfully removed all white faces from the news. Currently the top section has 4 photographs of 6 people all black or Asian.

    Out of the 6 other text links in the top section, 3 link to articles with Muslim of black faces in. 2 link to photos of vehicles or structures.

    So out of the 10 articles currently in the top section, only 1 article has white faces in it.


    • Foscari says:

      Tabbs I have written about this a hundred times before,.
      The BBC contents on their website is if you were getting your news
      from a Caribbean island.


  16. andyjsnape says:

    Labour to promise biggest ever transfer of powers

    Seems at very nice report, unbiased, not


  17. Guest Who says:

    Obama compound beach side?


  18. AsISeeIt says:

    Sign of the Times edition

    This one brought a wry smile on this dull, damp, chilly Monday morning in early December…

    Met Office braced for lightening strikes as pay storm gathers… The forecast is a spell of strikes across the country, with widespread industrial action later; the Met Office is ready to join the mass public sector walkouts (Times) – so who’s going to cheer us up with a daily dose report on the prospect of Global Warming?

    Met Office unions? Well, they know what they can do… jump off the Air Ministry roof, for all we care.

    Speaking of the public sector… how’s our NHS doing?

    Remote at the point of access

    Midlife health checks go digital… Patients will answer questionnaire and take blood sample at home instead of visiting GP (Times)

    Coming at the issue from the left, the Guardian would appear to agree that our much vaunted NHS is a busted flush: ‘Sicker and poorer’: report reveals widening health divide – presumably meaning the divide between those who rely on the NHS and those who can afford to pay for their healthcare twice – pay all their tax and NI and then go private.

    There’s also this from the Gruan: Economic inactivity because of sickness is at its highest level since records began, with 2.5 million working age adults inactive because of their poor health…

    Gosh, I wonder what novel State-backed and enforced phenomenon could have helped precipitate that trend in the workforce over the last couple of years?

    The FT asks: Is the four-day week the future of work? – our public sector and our semi-public services are there already – four days work, one day strike each week.

    Also in our FT: There were ‘huge management failures’ Exclusive interview with FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried – you don’t say!

    Sign ‘O’ the Times as an artist formerly known as Prince would have put it.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Asiseeit – so what you are saying is … there will be no weather if the weather forecasters go on strike . That’s good -right ? Except my least favourite weather- such as now – grey followed by grey …. 16 days to the shortest day – counting ..


  19. G says:

    Sri Lanka? What’s happening? No, ‘in yer face news’ now no doubt down to WEF pressure on the media – don’t want to broadcast the WEF’s first disaster in destroying a country’s food and money supply.
    Well, straight from the horses mouth the IMF (who, don’t forget, are working in league with the WEF) –


    “You will own nothing and be happy” Zeik Heil, Klaus.

    Netherlands? Same process as Sri Lanka but supervised by an intermediary. Guess who………………..The EU


  20. Guest Who says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      Dear Winston Smith of the BBC Historical Corrections Department,

      As I’ve had to look at your BBC news and use other sources to determine that your news is not news but selective editorial opinion I’d like to request that I have a refund for the last 4 years plus get the BBC free from now on.

      Please let me know how I can go about this as I am willing to create a full list of articles that I’ve had to investigate plus time taken for me to check your fact checker whilst realising that the BBC intentionally removes news rather than incorrectly report on it, uses images to sway opinion or misleads with the main titles hoping no one reads the full article.

      ‘Omission is the greatest form of lie.’

      CAS-4987700-SY1FTF : BBC NewsWatch says boredom with pro-Brexit march.

      CAS-4963895-3HKGDN: Tommy Robinson: Are you reporting on him?.

      CAS-4844672-N8FDYY: Update on the MP Expenses 2009 scandal in 2018.

      CAS-4939547-J71Z1V: Here’s hoping Ireland do the right thing G.Lineker.

      CAS-4937378-YKMWBJ: BBC not reporting ‘Day of Freedom’ March 06may2018.

      CAS-4906141-BFJQL0: I take offence that presenters promote their books.

      CAS-4892811-C820SC: I am offended that I have to pay the BBC TV Tax.

      CAS-4824332-633N1P: What happened in Italy was not covered …

      CAS-4933135-ZV3V7F: The omission is the most powerful form of lie …

      CAS-6005141-S1V9D1: Not seen a report on the UK Governments Covid19 

      Let me know how to go about resolving the issue of paying for something that wastes my time as I have to check each story rather than rely on its accuracy.

      Mr. H


    • Guest Who says:

      Perfect for the bbc.


      • Flotsam says:

        Not perfect. She’s white.


      • Sluff says:

        But in todays woke world it would be near political suicide, or so the blue socialists think, to call this kind of sentimental c*** out for what it is is. Instead they feel they HAVE to go down the ‘it is so unfortunate but we are here to help out with taxpayer cash’.

        I wonder if they would be pleasantly surprised if they called it out.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Guess – the original ‘times ‘ piece was so tedious I didn’t have the heart to put it here ….. in summary There. will . be. No . Change . ( we know best you plebs )


  21. StewGreen says:

    8am Radio Humberside news reported two quick lines they had harvested from the Hull newspaper
    The Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has said
    ..”There are no indications that crimes rises when asylum seekers come into an area.”

    Asylum seekers ‘more likely to be victims of crime than cause it’
    The article seems like a Home Office advert promoting the Humber migrant Hotel

    I’m sure most refugees are not sex abusers
    but denial is an insult to actual victims of asylum seeker crimes


  22. digg says:

    BBC News are running an endless Party Political Broadcast on behalf of the Labour Party. Gordon Brown backing up Starmer by telling people that as they cannot win power easily by National vote they want to change the system so the devolved local governments gets more power automatically.

    Of course most of these like Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds etc. etc are red through and through.

    Carefully staged too with a row of Yuni yoof carefully placed behind him and the slogan a fair, greener Britain on the podium.

    Sounds like a cunning plan to me if you can’t trust the entire population to vote how you want them to.

    Second half of the broadcast just started, it’s now time for Starmer to stand up and agree wholeheartedly of course.

    “The system has not delivered” meaning I am still not the PM.

    If you tuned in you wouldn’t believe this was a news item, so blatantly set up by the BBC.

    Lo and behold and there it is on the BBS site home page. A long, detailed article that couldn’t possibly have been put together while the event was live.


    We need to realise that the BBC and The Labour Party are working as one and consider what this means for democracy and our “National Broadcaster”.


  23. theisland says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      Frightening isn’t it ?- how casual and easy censorship becomes …. People and places expunged using the NKVD instruction book ….


    • MarkyMark says:

      The Dragonfly project was an Internet search engine prototype created by Google that was designed to be compatible with China’s state censorship provisions.[1][2][3] The public learned of Dragonfly’s existence in August 2018, when The Intercept leaked an internal memo written by a Google employee about the project.[4][5] In December 2018, Dragonfly was reported to have “effectively been shut down” after a clash with members of the privacy team within Google.[6] However, according to employees, work on Dragonfly was still continuing as of March 2019, with some 100 people still allocated to it.[7]

      In July 2019, Google announced that work on Dragonfly had been terminated.[8]



  24. Jeff says:

    If you really want to see the disparity between how we treat our various homeless groups in this country, take a look along London’s Strand…

    I was there yesterday. It was bitterly cold. Men were huddled in doorways, wrapped up like Eskimo Nell against the December chill. Down in The Embankment Park I saw blokes nestling down in sleeping bags. I was cold enough at dusk, I wouldn’t fancy being there in the small hours. All of these fellows seemed to be white British, some ex-military. One legless chap at Charing Cross Station was being stepped over by tourists as they headed to the Regent Street lights.

    Meanwhile, our “Conservative” government collect and house tens of thousands of ILLEGAL immigrants…people who have NO right to be here in 4-star hotels. Three meals a day, a few quid in their pockets…what’s not to like?

    London’s Pakistani, Muslim Mayor has been so decent he even charges those charities that attempt to supply the homeless with hot food and drink to enter London. So, before they have even fed one man, they have to pay this spiv a tariff.

    This country needs a real shake up…


  25. JohnC says:

    Flo, Cat Burns and Gabriels tipped as Sound Of 2023

    ‘The post-pandemic resurgence in dance music is reflected in the longlist for BBC Radio 1’s Sound of 2023, which tips new music for the coming year.

    The nominees include hotly-tipped house producer Fred Again, drum and bass duo Piri & Tommy and the Mobo-award winning jungle musician Nia Archives.’

    Can anyone give me a reason why this absolute non-story is front-page UK news at the BBC ?.

    These are the nominees:


    It’s so ridiculously and shamelessly racist, I’m stunned at the sheer hypocrisy and double standards of the BBC. Again.


  26. G says:

    Bonhoeffer‘s Theory of Stupidity

    “we cannot protect ourselves against stupid people”


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Happy Birthday to Me Me Me
      Happy Birthday to Me Me Me

      I have decreed that all the Comrades of Cranebridge should pay me a £5 Infrastructure Reparation Charge (IRC) every time i drive into the city.

      This is to repay Me Me Me for the loss of: shops, church, pub, post office, buses etc, etc.

      The local BBC station is to have all their employees welded into the building.


  27. harry142857 says:

    England winning 3-0 against Senegal. Sending some Africans back for a change.


  28. Fedup2 says:

    A queer ex blue labour MP called Imran Ahmad Khan ( Wakefield) – has lost his appeal against 18 months in an open prison …..
    I bet the appeal was funded by ‘expenses ‘ – which was one of this creatures ‘ specialities …..


    • Jeff says:

      This is the bloke that my MP, Crispin Blunt, has been supporting. He was outraged by the court decision and called it a ” Gross miscarriage of justice.”

      During the enforced lockdowns we had quite a lengthy correspondence. It was always amicable and I’m always (well…usually) polite, but he didn’t show any inclination to put his head above the parapet and call for lockdowns to be stopped. In fact he toed the party line and said they were necessary for the greater good. He had absolutely no interest in all the local small businesses going to the wall. Once again, a sort of collateral damage.
      Forty thousand care workers being sacked was met with a shrug. Kids being forced to wear ridiculous masks in school wasn’t a problem.

      Suddenly, a middle-aged bloke is found guilty of molesting a fifteen-year-old boy and he’s up in arms.

      The “Conservative Party”…


  29. vlad says:

    The BBC headline runs: “Inside the capital city taken hostage by brutal gangs”

    For a moment I thought they were talking about London.
    But no, it’s hellhole Haiti, apparently, where things are even worse.
    We’re right behind you, Haiti, right behind you.



    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Haiti is the poster country for matriarchy (wimmin on top). It is one of the poorest countries in the world.

      A man will look out into the yard and will not be able to tell you which children out playing are his. Why would he bother? In 9 months he will be looking out into a different yard to see different children.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      What sort of people populate Haiti? Are they Europeans? Arabs? Indians? Chinese? Or is it some other group? Is there any significance in their ethnicity? How does this group behave in other countries? They do not have a monopoly on this type of behaviour – beastly acts were committed by the Japanese in China, by the Germans in Russia, by the Turks in Armenia. But this group represents the largest growing demographic in the World, and is in many European countries, with tens of millions more set to arrive in the coming years. What are the implications of this?

      ‘Tomorrow lies close at hand, in images of elsewhere’


      • vlad says:

        Many groups are capable of great cruelty in the madness of war. Very few systematically underperform, always and everywhere, and then blame another group for their failures.


    • Banania says:

      It certainly looks like London.


  30. Deborah says:

    8.20 Today on Monday morning and I caught the tail end of Mishal interviewing Sir Kier. She was asking about his call to remove charity status from schools. Except she wasn’t. She was pushing him, in a demure little voice, to say he would ban private schools altogether. He could have come back and said parents should have the right to spend their money on education for their children if they choose rather than paying for exotic holidays or taking them to Premier Division football matches. Mishal might have asked whether he expected all the bursaries and other support that private schools give to neighbouring schools might be withdrawn if he presses ahead with his plan. She might have asked how Labour would cope with the influx of children into State schools whose parents could no longer afford to send them private. But no, all Mishal was bothered about was the unfairness of private schools and wanting them closed. She could even have asked why private schools tend to have the best exam results (there are exceptions but those are from highly selective states schools who play terrific games to ensure some socialist parents can receive private standard of education for their children without paying school fees – The Oratory (Tony Blair’s children), QEBoys in Barnet or Henrietta Barnett in Hampstead Garden Suburb.

    PS according to Wiki, Mishal attended Cobham Hall School, an independent school in Kent. She obviously hates the advantages it gave her.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Deborah – thanks for the update – sadly I missed much of Today ….. it will be ‘interesting ‘ to see how the manifesto intentions of a huge Labour majority really pan out ……

      …. I mean .. they’ll be as low quality as the current lot – with even more ‘tick boxes ‘ ….

      …they will have to convince the markets that they are ‘sound ‘ otherwise the £ will really yank and living standards will drop even further …

      … the public sector will expect its ‘ ‘payout ‘ using money trees – but these are mainly gone ….

      I suppose red labour will push even more into 40% tax – raise the state pension age and ‘means test’ it ….

      House of Lords abolition ? – sadly not

      Public school abolition ? – no – too many vested interests -but maybe the charitable status will go as a ‘symbol’ …

      The above makes the assumption that the Ukraine war is ongoing and that the Chinese don’t start the Taiwan war ….

      … it’s funny looking back – pre Chinese virus – that things didn’t look too bad for Blighty ….


      • atlas_shrugged says:

        When I worked in China the engineers (who I liked very much) told me that if you want to educate your child, or you want to have medical treatment then you have to pay for it. I told them that my country was more communist than China.

        On a similar note I was looking around for schooling of my child in Shanghai. One of the schools was advertising for a teaching position and had over 200 applications from teachers in the UK.

        UK marxists are trying to equalise everything. Every child to achieve zero!


        • Zephir says:

          I like Shanghai

          Then we stayed a night on the 89 floor of the Jin Mao tower in a typhoon

          Building was swaying all night

          Thank goodness for chinese wine (think vodka and you are close)


    • digg says:

      Private schools embarrass the state school system by consistently producing much smarter children. This is the main reason twhy they are hated and constantly attacked and why the Marxists teachers are determined to get quotas for their failures into university. If they didn’t exist there would be nothing to compare the abysmal state school performance by and the bitter and envious state school teachers could then relax in the knowledge they cannot be monitored. And probably join the we deserve much more money bandwagon.


      • Fedup2 says:

        My prejudiced view of private schools is they set up networks to enable the old boys to move their career on without the tedious process of ‘applying ‘ for a job = ‘good chap “ …


        • Chevalnoir says:

          … yes, have your prejudiced view. Unfortunately for you, your negative attitude is the reason why you and your ilk can’t see that it is all about attitude. There are any number of people with the same levels of skill and knowledge in an interview scenario.
          Interviewers spend the first two minutes checking your attitude and will it create a positive atmosphere for those you work with and/or customers. So why wouldn’t you work on developing contracts with forward looking people instead of those with a chip on their shoulder.


          • Fedup2 says:

            I only write from personal experience – where I have seen very senior people just bi pass selection processes to give a job to same school buddies …
            I find it touching that you naivety have faith in selection processes – I’ve done the ‘selection ‘ courses to find candidates for jobs – but I’ve also seen the above – with no one brave or dumb enough to challenge it .

            If you think private schools serve Blighty well then good for you . They just seem to produce politicians – lawyers and bbc types …. As well as board room junkies after ‘compensation packages ‘ …


  31. G.W.F. says:

    England v France. If you pay your licence fee you can watch it on ITV. Or make do with a clips and radio commentary from the BBC


    • Foscari says:

      G.W.F – I much prefer to watch the football on ITV. Yes
      I know has put up with the 90% “inclusive adsverta.”
      But at least they have commentators and pundits
      who know the game, As opposed to “box tickers”
      on the BBC.


  32. Flotsam says:

    My view on public sector strikes………

    Let them get on with it, break the Unions. We endured Covid lockdowns, we can endure. All these pay claims if gifted will only serve to stoke up further inflation.


  33. Beltane says:

    So Marlene Headley has achieved her goal and the BBC and the rest have chosen to overlook the fake name and the absurd ‘tribal dress’ and the even more absurd tiara, and the ‘assault’ of the hair move and the amazing verbatim conversation and the pro Megan and BLM tweets and the established depth of prejudice.

    Now that it’s all in the past – save for the meeting between our King and the fraud to clear the air – the worst aspect by far was the immediate and abject apology from Charles and William.

    God alone knows who this pair use as advisors but all involved seem to have no inkling, not a vestige, of understanding of what they are up against. The glee that H&M will have felt when they learnt of the Royal’s apology has to be worth its weight in spite and justification. That Charles, without a momentary pause, flings his mother’s oldest friend under a bus, and then William reverses over his own Godmother is beyond shameful, it is despicable.

    Such a signal failure to understand that an apology is seen only as an admission of guilt, that B triumphs over W by humiliation, bodes ill for the future. If Charles so desperately wants to be liked he should reinstate Lady Hussey for a start. And strip that manipulative and disreputable pair of their titles.


    • Jeff says:

      I’m a patriot and a monarchist, but…

      King Charles’ pathetic pandering to this BLM supporting, racist fraud will do him and the institution great harm.

      He’ll never win over those that wish to destroy our nation and our traditions…but he is in grave danger of ostracising those of us that hold our history and culture very dearly. He’s sucking up to his enemies and annoying and embarrassing those that should be his friends.

      If he’s not careful he’ll end up like Charles the First…


      • MarkyMark says:

        Prince Charles given €3m in cash in bags by Qatari politician, according to report
        This article is more than 5 months old
        Money was passed immediately to one of the prince’s charities, says Clarence House



        • Zephir says:

          Anyone will tell them you CANNOT appease these people until all white british males are thrown out of their jobs and homes and the police allow these people to run riot as in South Africa and so many other places


        • vlad says:

          Personally I wouldn’t mind him accepting millions from rotten Middle-Eastern regimes providing there were no quid pro quo.


      • tomo says:

        It’s easy to get the feeling that Charles is surrounded by seriously fawning courtiers and would do well to employ a court jester of the traditional type who is able to make fun of / mock the sovereign and the rest of the court, usually without fear of execution 🙂

        Caving to the squealing herd ain’t a good look…

        Game of thrones eh?


      • Sluff says:

        ‘He’s sucking up to his enemies and annoying and embarrassing those that should be his friends’says Jeff.
        A more accurate description of Boris and the Tories would be hard to find.


    • Chevalnoir says:

      … curious to know who was the person who held the main invitation to the BH reception since it appears that the african racist was not the main invitee but an accompanying hanger on – ‘ hey Marlene, I’ve got two tickets for a piss up at BH; wanna tag along?’ …


  34. Eddy Booth says:

    Looks like waves of Russian missiles are pounding Ukraine.
    Guess the BBC news will catch up eventually..


  35. Flotsam says:

    It’s scary to listen to the rhetoric coming from the Union bosses. The blinkered socialism is extreme, one wonders what planet these people are living on with their class war speeches. They are economically illiterate and have no idea how many and wealth are created and seem to think money grows on trees.

    By and large Union bosses are Socialist/Anarchist and use their Union members to try and destroy the Country as well as furthering their own standing.


    • Chevalnoir says:

      … sadly, the union commie leaders know only too well about the economics of what they’re doing. It’s the members who are duped whilst the leaders swan around in tailored suits, and the rest …


  36. MarkyMark says:

    Sir Keir has unveiled his 155-page door-stopper for “a new Britain”, in which he promises to replace the House of Lords, appoint a new anti-corruption commissioner, and move 50,000 civil service jobs out of London. It also reignites the second jobs melodrama that gripped SW1 last year, by promising to ban “the vast majority” of them to “remove conflicts of interest”:



    Barry Gardiner defends donations worth £500,000 from Chinese agent
    The Labour MP said Christine Lee appeared to be ‘operating as a legitimate person in the UK’.
    Amy Gibbons
    Thursday 13 January 2022 20:23


  37. s.trubble says:

    As the bBC in Scotland contains a cesspit of nationalist and republicans ( the Irish diaspora sort) it is no surprise that they wont mount a campaign against the SNP like they do almost daily against the Conservatives.

    Even when a new low watermark is reached regarding the “Ferries Scandal”.

    The latest report from Audit Scotland which has no connection to the Audit Commission ( which I found out after an enquiry)
    has just detailed some latest findings or not as the case may be.

    £128 MILLIION cannot be accounted for amongst this Ferries business. They dont know where it has gone!

    If this was in any other walk of life people should be facing jailtime.

    This is devolution….what happens when the wrong people get their hand on the tiller.

    This is now beyond the pale and an independent Police Enquiry has been called for….this goes right to the top of the SNP…
    what a fitting end it would be if Scurgeon is led away in handcuffs,


    • Sluff says:

      The SNP answers to all of the above will include..
      1. It’s all due to the English underfunding us
      2. If we were independent we could make better decisions.


    • Docmarooned says:

      Sturgeon is just a criminal judging by all her dodgy dealings but she gets away with it as no one up here gets up and holds her to account. She is propped up by the asshole scumbag greens and the supine MSM saying nothing.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      £128 million is a nice little slush fund. Of course “Police Scotland” will do nothing, as they are under Nichola’s thumb. She created the national police force and controls it, it’s the first lesson at dictatorship school.

      And Starmer and Brown want to give her more power! What a pair of jerks.


  38. Sluff says:

    Anyone got any ideas why the BBC continue to give fulsome uncritical coverage of anything Harry and Meghan say?

    Is it as simple as seditious fellow-travellers?



    • Kaiser says:

      iz it cos I iz black?


      • vlad says:

        Is it coz I iz 43% Nigerian when it suits me to play the race card, but you’d never know it by looking at me coz I spent my whole life straightening out my hair coz i iz racist and hate looking black?


  39. vlad says:

    What the rotten, biased, corrupt BBC ignores:

    One of the biggest stories in the world is the revelation by Elon Musk that the Democrats, in collusion with the Security Services, intervened massively in social media, and in particular with Twitter, to suppress users and tweets critical of them, and blatantly censored any reference to corrupt Hunter Biden’s laptop from hell.

    (I know this from personal experience, as personal messages I sent on Twitter and Facebook Messenger were simply deleted.)

    It reached a point where the Democrats would simply email in to Twitter to have certain ‘awkward’ tweets removed, and Twitter would do their bidding.

    Anyone following events back then already knew this, but now Musk is exposing the undeniable, irrefutable proof in the form of huge downloads of emails and internal correspondence.

    This is a case of criminal election interference on a scale that dwarfs Watergate.

    The latter drew huge, worldwide condemnation and spawned books and films and countless articles. The Twitter scandal is being completely ignored by the likes of the BBC.

    Why? Because the BBC shares the woke, leftist ‘values’ of Big Tech. To expose their blatant bias would be to admit its own.

    NY Post article and Fox News report:



  40. Guest Who says:

    In some cases, it is likely now unwise to ask someone where they are going.


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Do these people never ask themselves why the Chinese are not being stopped like this?


  41. Guest Who says:

    The bbc would not avoid a story just because it doesn’t suit.

    Would it?


  42. Lucy Pevensey says:


  43. Docmarooned says:

    Do we really need another US travelogue from the bBBC such as trailblazers at 9 tonite where another bunch of overexposed overpaid “celebs” wander about the US for our delectation. Wonder what this costs?


    • vlad says:

      Do we really need celebs? (usually woke leftist luvvies)

      Do we really need the BBC?


    • Scroblene says:

      They could send a few of their fluffy little beeboid autocue-readers to Haiti, as they love a bit of violence where they can report nastiness!

      Any suggestions as to who they should send?

      (I can think of a few names – all of them…).


  44. Sluff says:

    Stop Press.
    The BBC are now a subsidiary of Netflix.

    This must be the case, given the fawning, sycophantic, biased, one-sided unchallenging propaganda on the main 6 pm news about the forthcoming Harry/Meghan whingeathon.

    A grade A* absolute disgrace.


  45. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    On Dewbs and co they are discussing the House of Lords and one topic was about moving them out of London.

    What a good idea.

    They could move to Rotherham, Telford, Rochdale or some similar place.
    They can move their families there.
    Their daughters, nieces and other children could enjoy the enrichment that thousands of other little girls living in these places are getting.


  46. Scroblene says:

    I was enjoying a glass of red until I read your post, Sluffers!

    (Am I allowed to say ‘red’, as she might be an Indian from some sort of tribe, so I’m a racist am I? I’m off for a refill of non-white alcoholic beverage, in a sizeable whine glass – oh bugger, I said whine, when I meant wine, like the gropes – oh bugger, I meant grapes, like the dangly stuff which grows on jeremy’s, oh bugger, I should have said said Vine, which was a fab song by Genesis, oh bugger, that’s too relidge, as it’s not the Khorain stuff, oh bugger, I can’t remember what it says I must do, so I’ll just say ‘oh bugger’ again, and leave it at that…)…


  47. Foscari says:

    WE often turn over to BBC2 to avoid having to watch
    the Londonistan Programme on BBC 1 . A programme which is
    set in the mould of the BLM organization
    The trouble is that on BBC 2 they have a follow up each
    evening whilst the “Strictly” yearly ritual is on. One of the
    presenters also presents the “One Show ” occasionaly.
    You know the one that tries to sound like Kenneth Williams
    with all the natural camp , but not the slightest bit of
    humour,. When he gets one of the male professional
    dancers sitting next to him. It looks like anytime he isgoing
    to jump on them!


  48. Guest Who says:

    How it spins up.


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  50. Guest Who says: