449 Responses to Midweek 7 December 2022

  1. pugnazious says:

    Give someone $100 million and it’s amazing what they will do…..trash their own family, trash their country, trash the people of that country, trash the history, trash their mother’s legacy…the Commonwealth…and not least trash the truth from his gilded ivory tower in California living the dream where he can suffer in extraordinary luxury.

    How ironic….as he says “It’s amazing what people will do when offered a huge amount of money.”

    It sure is Harry.

    The H&M show is BBC through and through attacking as they do Royalty, Britain, Brexit, white people, history and the Commonwealth….oh…and ‘The Press’…..but wait….more irony as H&M also attack the BBC.

    Hard not to laugh long and loud. This, the BBC that smeared those who took issue at the endless lies and deceptions of the Opera interview, now finds itself having to take issue as the H&M show claims the BBC was part of a conspiracy to silence them….

    ‘It’s quite an allegation. And one which is vigorously disputed by the BBC. Ms Husain told Radio 4’s World at One yesterday that prior to meeting the couple at Kensington Palace: ‘We went and had a conversation with Harry and Meghan and two members of their team beforehand and we talked about what the interview would cover, what they felt comfortable sharing.

    ‘After that, we went and set up our cameras. They went away for a bit and did their photocall and when they came back we recorded a 20-minute interview.’

    The then-director general of the BBC, Lord Hall, has issued a statement defending Ms Husain’s journalism. It says that Meghan’s allegation that the interview was ‘an orchestrated reality show’ is ‘simply untrue’.’

    So…’simply untrue’….what else is untrue? Lots and lots and lots it would seem from the most basic of scrutiny…much, er, like the Opera interview….which in the last few days, post-truth Ngozi Fulani, the BBC has been claiming was absolutely true…’proven’ by the racism of Lady Hussey! Now….suddenly….MEghan Markle and Co are spreading claims that are ‘simply untrue’. LOL.

    But the BBC still wants to believe…though it will trash MEghan’s ‘Truth’ when it comes to the BBC….her claims about The Press…which, oddly, the BBC thinks are all true…despite them being complete rubbish…such as The Press hated MEghan from the start….due to racism of course.

    To discuss all this the BBC’s WATO wheeled in….David Yelland and BLM’s Marcus Ryder….both staunch anti-Royalists and anti-British and quite happy to trash it all and claim racism taints everything in Britain.

    Neither was there to defend The Press….Yelland was The Sun editor…but a lefty Labour supporter put there by Murdoch to back Blair….

    ‘Murdoch also needed a left-of-the-aisle editor to steer the Sun away from two decades of Tory support. That new editor was me. I was then the 34-year-old deputy editor of his New York Post. One Monday morning my phone rang and I was told to get on Concorde.’

    So the BBC’s WATO was engineered to attack The Press and not give them a fair hearing…however, as mentioned above, the BBC was allowed to put its own defence in…..odd huh?

    The Mail has plenty to say…






    • TrickCyclist says:

      The odious pair’s Netflix programme was reviewed and discussed on BBC1’s Newscast, broadcast across the midnight hour.
      Adam Fleming, Chris Mason, Jonny Dymond and Katie Razzall all gave it a sympathetic hearing, especially Razzall. From her article below:

      ‘Harry describes trying to deal with the loss of his mother “without much support or help or guidance”, and describes his “second family” in Africa, a group of friends “that literally brought me up”.’

      Oh, yes Africa, the source of all that’s good in the World.

      ‘He talks about how male royals tend to marry women “who fit in the mould” instead of for love. Is he inferring that’s what his brother did?’

      No, he’s not “inferring” it, he’s implying it.



      • Guest Who says:

        The decision making processes of women who marry male royals not discussed?

        Seems… an omission.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Yeah I suppose you’d class Mohammed Fayad as a father figure …. Me thinks his comments point to mental unwellness … so what …


  2. taffman says:

    pugnaziouse, We , Thant’s all of us in Great Britain, are under attack from all sides by ‘dark forces’ of the east including our media and left wing unions.
    Unfortunately we have a woke government defending us.


  3. Mustapha Sheikup al-Beebi says:

    From the Daily Express (story by Rebekah Evans):

    “… … …

    According to one expert, the end of the licence fee is almost inevitable, as new research has shown 51 percent of Britons asked believe the payment should be scrapped.

    Jeff Richey, TV and film analyst at WatchTVAbroad.com, said: “The licence fee’s days are numbered and Auntie has a fight on her hands.

    “The simple truth is that the BBC and its funding model were creatures of another time.

    … …”


  4. andyjsnape says:

    Brittney Griner: Russia frees US basketball star in swap with arms dealer Viktor Bout

    Great news, for the bbc, they are so excited about Griner

    Any news? How about more important issues, invaders in dinghies

    There’s more, think I know why the bBC like the following

    Emancipation movie: The true story of ‘Whipped Peter’ in Will Smith’s new film


    • Guest Who says:

      Vlad need Vic to do the deal with the Taliban on the kit Sleepy kindly donated in exchange for getting a bunch of US soldier blown up?


  5. StewGreen says:

    6:50am The first two BBC radio stations were banging on about some Netflix thing

    The third had a long item about a Scunthorpe primary school winning an award as “a school of sanctuary for refugee children”

    What the heck is that ?
    Schools should of course serve all the pupils they are sent … fairly.

    So this is PR people using children in PRtrickery
    to push a POLITICAL agenda.

    A schools job is simply to educate all children, not get involved in using the children for PR games.


    • StewGreen says:

      There’s a campaigning org with a Twitter account
      Schools of Sanctuary 🧡 @SchsofSanctuary
      A growing network of 370+ schools, nurseries & sixth forms promoting welcome, inclusion & awareness for people seeking sanctuary with @CityofSanctuary UK.

      They raise money which ends up in someone’s pockets
      The fundraising page is on a website which hasn’t updated its security certificate , so Google gives you a warning.

      I look at tweets with that account and I see “sanctuary schools” in their network campaigning against the Rwanda plan.
      Well that is using CHILDREN to push a political agenda.


    • StewGreen says:

      The Birmingham regional account tweets a lot


    • Guest Who says:

      ‘Some Netflix thing…’ via the bbc you say?

      BBC Moaning Emole:

      “ Does the Harry and Meghan series live up to the hype?”

      Courtesy of Katy Razzle.

      The hype being pretty much driven by the bbc.

      Maybe they need to rename top of the hour programming?

      “And now, here is the BBC Hype”.


  6. taffman says:

    “France ramps up Channel migrant patrolling”

    Does this mean that they will be shipping more invaders in while Border Force are on strike?


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Taffman

      Or put another way the weather is crap and no one will notice more or less “ramping up”

      Next week figures will show less invaders came, but the actual reason is it -2 degrees at the moment. Roll on the summer months and an increase of invaders, again


  7. andyjsnape says:

    SpaceX moon flight to include DJ, YouTuber and K-pop rapper

    Its basically a load of non-important people, who the bBC likes

    For example

    Karim Iliya is a photographer and filmmaker dedicated to protecting Earth’s threatened wildlife, and delicate ecosystems.


    • Guest Who says:

      Maybe Karim can delicately catch a happy snap of the stuff popping out the stern of his sweet ride that drives it onward.


  8. AsISeeIt says:

    Renewed frenzy, but the story remains the same. One economist said edition

    The BBC online press line up today likes the Royal soap opera for its headline quotes: ‘Palace anger’ and ‘direct hit’ at Queen’s legacy (BBC)

    Meanwhile, the formerly patriotic Times, having recently given credence to Sir Keir’s vague motherhood and apple pie promises to train more doctors (not that he’s been required to define motherhood or as yet to fetch that apple pie out of the sky) now has his wholesomeness further fluffed in the same organ: Labour ‘willing to talk’ about higher pay rises for NHS staff

    The Times agrees with Mr AsI as to Harry’s game being a soap opera: Palace and Netflix clash over Sussexes soap opera – but the old thunderer apparently coming out for Labour is a bit rich.

    The original OG Labour-supporting paper, the Daily Mirror, never quite seems to hit the mark these days. On the one hand splashing the Royal clash story all over their frontpage then brazenly complaining of same: Stop this Royal circus

    Leftist politics as ever being the fall back story: Meanwhile, thousands of ordinary Brits are chosing between eating and heating (Mirror) – it is not however explained quite how Harry and Meghan and William and Kate burying the hatchet would feed and warm the poor.

    The Mirror’s lefty campaigners might be better employed calling for a peace treaty to end the war with Russia or for calls for a return to cheap reliable energy here in the UK.

    Of course the Royal kerfuffle suits republicans and anti-British leftists. The Mirror complains of the story’s real life unimportance but splashes with it anyway.

    The Guardian coming from a similar political outlook addresses the story rather frankly – under the heading of TV Review but nonetheless with a huge frontpage photo of the Duke and Duchess of Netflix: Renewed frenzy, but the story remains the same

    And that will be why the BBC also likes the story.

    The story being: racism, mean Royals and: Netflix story brands the Commonwealth as Empire 2.0 (Telegraph) adding a rather transatlantic Obama/Biden tinge to the general air of anti-Britishness

    The hypercondriac left-leaning ‘i’ paper ingnores the rather sensible second opinion of Dr John Campbell about the fallacy of their shock horror claims that bog standard antibiotics are somehow in dangerous short supply here in the UK by doubling down on their alarmism today: UK to import Strep A drugs amid supply concern. Death toll rises to 15

    The Britain is rubbish theme is a constant refrain for the globalist FT: Spending squeeze tighter than in other countries… FT analysis has shown. One economist said the data were ‘remarkable and worrying’ Gloomy outlook page 5

    A nice grammatical point there being that data is plural. The economist being singular rather detracts from the message, however.


  9. StewGreen says:

    Lefties don’t condemn Biden for allowing Harry Dunn’s killer Anne Sacoolas to stay in the US
    He’s been president for 2 years
    I checked Twitter for any condemnation from lefty blue tick accounts

    .. Yet when Trump was president
    there were loads.

    Of course you can’t bring the kid back, and the act was momentary negligence rather than intentional
    And the US is right to give special protection to intelligence workers.


  10. Guest Who says:

    Why does she need a mic?


    • Northern Dreamer says:

      The right kind of Whitee wimmin……
      ‘with fewer animals, the climate will become more extreme’ Fact check anyone?


      • Docmarooned says:

        Good old Sophia! Where would the world be without the wisdom of these unqualified morons? She should team up with the Springster.


    • MarkyMark says:



    • G says:

      “Animals are critical to our ecosystems: our forests, our seas, our rivers all depend on them”

      Well, why would the World want to kill them all off and/or the food they eat, with “net Zero”?

      It needs about >70ppm CO2 as a minimum to support some sort of basic life on the planet.



    • MarkyMark says:

      Emit a ton of CO2 and then pretend to be an “activist”.


      • Guest Who says:

        I had ‘her’ down as spoof creation to undermine the whole Greenta thing, but then she cropped up at COP27 speaking at stuff and being hugged by old men. If Photoshop well done.

        If not, whoever thought she was a good idea for the cause clearly enjoys Champion level benefits in the green rooms.


  11. Fedup2 says:

    Im sorry – I just had to – I don’t listen to dessert island discs any more because they have complete unknowns who must be friends of the staff ….
    …….. the off switch came with ‘the first man to edit vogue – followed by “ the first coloured to edit it “- put up a statue for jeez sake …
    ….. the BBC ‘social justice ‘ thing is so hung up on racism and sexism – so what if the coloured chap is good at the job – if he deserved it fine – but if it’s tick box – that’s wrong ….. I suspect I know the answer …. I’ve now cancelled my life long subscription to Vogue ….

    I don’t know if Kirsty asked chap “where are you really from ?”

    Woman’s hour has a thing about a woman who makes theatre more accessible for deaf people – and – how to spot if your man is cheating – and why winters are cold …..


    • taffman says:

      “and why winters are cold …..”
      Global Warming ?
      Something the Green fanatics have not encountered before . Perhaps their children will witness a snow fall after all?


      • Fedup2 says:

        Those paintings of the Thames frozen – complete with fayres and the like from maybe 200 years ago suggests winters may have been cold before serious carbon burning got going …. Im sure such ‘extremes’ can be explained away by all knowing green crap disciples …
        …. Burn that carbon – especially on more handouts …( not referenced to you taff )


      • G says:

        Everyday the temperatures are below zero, (forecast well into next week) it will obviously reduce the yearly average temps. If that has a negative effect on the Climate Change lies/mantra, the ways of collating the stats will, no doubt change to readjust the emphasis………… Compliments of the Met Office.


  12. Dickie says:

    Notice the BBC nor the MSM are reporting on the demonstrations regarding the fraudulent election results taking place in Brazil and the possible intervention of the military.


  13. vlad says:

    Russell Howard is one of the more obnoxious “comedians” much in favour at the BBC.
    Well of course he is, being a woke, leftist activist like all the other so-called comedians that infest and infect the airwaves.

    Recently he put out a video denying that the culture war even exists, and viciously mocking those who warn of it. Depressingly, it received over half a million views on YouTube.

    It’s important to refute such nonsense as, if people don’t even know there’s a war raging, they won’t fight it, and we really are doomed.
    Here is Andrew Laurence’s response, in which he states that the war is very real indeed and has ruined lives and poisoned debate. Optimistically, he also suggests that the people have had enough and the tide is turning.


  14. andyjsnape says:

    Talking therapy: How ice cream is helping people discuss difficult topics

    1st world problems – have a ice cream and put weight on

    Getty image has been replaced with DA PING LUO. and luckily this image has a black persons arm in it, wouldn’t want the statistics for the minority of the population to be reduced to less than 80% viewing

    3rd image – TARA DARBY (not GETTY again, perhaps the bbc and getty have fell out) – looks like a blurred black person walking, so all okay with keeping the minority as a majority


  15. G says:

    Sorry Fed, later noticed your contribution on same above.

    Tuned in to the 0900 R4 news and promptly sat on loo. News over, ‘Desert Island Discs’. Guest? Black editor of some unknown publication. First tune? Some Ghanaian folk tune…………… Impossible to get to ‘off’ switch at that point.

    I now know what being on the receiving end of music inflicted as a torture whilst restrained from movement feels like.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Oh no – I missed a Ghanaian folk tune – I’ll can’t the repeat …. Im guessing the favour disc wasn’t ‘my way ‘….
      …… lol .. so predicable ….


  16. andyjsnape says:

    Brittney Griner lands in US after prisoner swap with Russia

    An update to the update, about the update I mentioned earlier

    bBC move on, very few people are bothered


    • MarkyMark says:

      Ten months after she left the US to play basketball in Russia, WNBA star Brittney Griner has landed in her home state of Texas.

      Griner was jailed for carrying cannabis oil at a Moscow airport in February, and was exchanged for Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout on Thursday.


      The sentencing of WNBA star Brittney Griner to nine years behind bars and a fine of 1 million rubles – between US$10,000 and $20,000 depending on the exchange rate – should come as no surprise to those familiar with Russian law.

      The country has long enforced strict drug laws and has a well-deserved reputation for zero-tolerance jurisdiction.


      • G.W.F. says:

        Re Britney Rice. Putin lost on the deal. All he got was an arms dealer in return. He could have had so much more.
        Think. Britney ticks all the boxes.
        1. Black
        2. Lesbian
        3. A woman.
        4. Hates America
        5. A sports person.
        6. Druggie


    • Guest Who says:

      Was Meg there with Hunter to greet her with spliff and a Netflix Adult contract?


      • MarkyMark says:

        Susan Rice Was a Diplomatic Disaster
        Joe Biden doesn’t need a running mate who has shown such poor judgment.

        Aug. 10, 2020


        In its 2011 World Report, Human Rights Watch noted the following about Ethiopia under the rule of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi: The ruling party had won parliamentary elections with 99.6 percent of the vote. Supporters of opposition parties endured months of constant intimidation. Journalists and human-rights activists had been forced to leave the country. And hundreds of political prisoners were “in jail and at risk of torture and ill-treatment.”

        Meles died the following year. Susan Rice, then the Obama administration’s ambassador to the United Nations, flew to Addis Ababa to deliver a eulogy. “Prime Minister Meles was an uncommon leader, a rare visionary, and a true friend to me and many,” she said. While briefly allowing that the two could disagree on issues of democracy and human rights, she showered the deceased strongman with praise. He was, she said, “uncommonly wise,” “brilliant” and “selfless.”


        Susan Rice Will Leave Netflix Board to Join Biden Administration

        By Todd Spangler

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  17. MarkyMark says:

    The judiciary has so far announced that at least 11 other people have been sentenced to death by Revolutionary Courts on the charges of “enmity against God” or “corruption on Earth” in connection with the protests. The defendants’ identities have not been disclosed.


  18. StewGreen says:

    BBC Red-io Humberside seem to have a close relationship with Labour PR
    So today each news bulletin contains a report about a campaign by Unite The Union in Grimsby today,
    featuring audio of Michael Agboh-Davison saying
    “The workers who kept our country running through the pandemic have been told now,
    we have to accept low wages and rocketing food and energy prices
    but at the same time we are seeing corporate profits going through the roof”

    A fine PR-meme there
    but I am interested to know what Grimsby corps are seeing “corporate profits going through the roof”
    apart from heavily SUBSIDISED wind biz
    corps seem to be having losses and closing factories.

    I note the bloke’s initials.


    • MarkyMark says:

      The BBC is splashing £1.2 million a year in taxpayers’ cash on equality and diversity officers, an FoI request has revealed. In research published by Conservative Way Forward, the publicly-funded broadcaster admits to 15 members of staff employed on issues predominantly related to equality, diversity, and inclusivity – with an average salary of £80,000. More than twice as much as the average nurse…

      Perhaps this shouldn’t come as a surprise. After all, in 2020 the BBC announced it would spend a whopping £100 million over three years to produce more “diverse” and “inclusive” content. Then-Director General Tony Hall claimed it would help to address “the stain of systemic racism”. The good news is they’re on track to exceed their target: between April 2021 and April 2022, they spent £44 million. The bad news for the 400 staff working at the World Service is they had to lose their jobs in a cost-cutting restructure earlier this year…


    • StewGreen says:

      I see the communist newspaper Morning Star are promoting the same event


      • StewGreen says:

        The local media have put up a 15 min video of the protest
        The sign is bigger that the entire protest crowd
        about 10 to 15 people.


  19. MarkyMark says:

    After the show and then Harry’s book, Spare, is published in January, the couple’s “truth” will be fully out there. Will that be enough for them?

    Their currency might begin to wane as they struggle with the law of diminishing returns. They may still want to battle royal institutions and the media, but it may turn out that their real battle will be with ongoing relevancy.


  20. G says:

    Intriguing. Bit long but well worth a watch. Another facet / perspective of where things add up in the big picture.

    “The Energy Cliff Will Drive Investors Into Gold and Silver.” Don’t be put off by this title.


  21. Kaiser says:


  22. Eddy Booth says:

    Can planned power cuts go ahead during the cold snap?
    “We’re now joined by Prof David Glew, an energy efficiency and policy expert…

    Prof Glew says: I’m afraid I am not aware of special laws …

    ….you will need to contact citizens advice for more information about this.”

    Wheel in the de rigueur expert who knows naff all👍😀


  23. Eddy Booth says:

    “What can people do to try and stay warm?
    Michelle Roberts
    Wearing lots of layers, rather than one thick piece of clothing, can help you stay warm by trapping body heat.”

    Didn’t Scott of the Antarctic buy into that theory, Vrs Amundsen who wore eskimo style fur clothing..


  24. StewGreen says:

    The leftylib BBC makes progs
    : FOR its leftylib mates BY its leftylib mates

    Today’s Radio 4 Feedback

    #1 BBC radio changes : novelist Claire Allan who has been adding her voice to the protests about the proposed cuts to Radio Foyle in Northern Ireland.
    And Three Counties Local Radio presenter Edward Adoo shares his concerns that the reorganisation of Local Radio in England is going to affect programmes aimed at African, Caribbean and Asian audiences.

    #2 football fan Rob Crossan tells us why the 5 Live radio commentary has been a winner for him at the World Cup.

    #3’We hear what listeners have to say about Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Reith Lecture,

    #4 making an impact on our inbox this week was Justin Webb’s interview with RMT leader Mick Lynch on R4 Today


  25. JohnC says:

    Street harassment to be banned in crackdown, government says

    In this article the BBC drag up two old misandrist agenda stories just to remind us of them it seems because neither has anything whatsoever to do with the ‘harassment’ headline:

    ‘The murder of Sarah Everard, who was abducted and killed by a serving policeman while walking home in south London last year, has also increased concerns over women’s safety and attitudes towards women.’

    ‘Six months later, primary school teacher Sabina Nessa, 28, was murdered in south London by a man she had never met.’

    And just look how they give us information about who did the first murder (and writing ‘serving policeman’ is intended to make us all implicitly assume he was white), but the fact that the second was done by an Albanian immigrant has been completely left out.

    A direct example of their blatant agenda-based double standards. Deliberate omission of facts like that is lying.


  26. Zephir says:

    I’m dreaming of a white wimmin, black man Xmas

    Nope I’m awake.. but they do hide themselves well on the streets and towns and villages of the UK


    • BRISSLES says:

      Anyone else notice that the Fairy ‘baby’ logo in its napkin, is not white anymore. Its more of a ‘biscuit’ colour.


  27. Zephir says:

    I thought one of the leftists’ mantras was about respecting other cultures…..

    Unless you are a black race-baiting grifter attacking the British culture


  28. MarkyMark says:

    Before Qatar there was …..

    Why Mariah Carey was wrong to play Saudi Arabia
    This article is more than 3 years oldOwen Jones
    Owen Jones
    When pop stars are duped into performing in the Arab country, they merely help the regime’s propaganda machine


    Carey has famously always had a devoted gay fanbase: in Saudi Arabia, homosexuality is punishable by death.

    Pop stars such as Mariah Carey may well be fooled by publicists into thinking that, by performing in countries ruled by abhorrent regimes, they will advance progressive causes. They do no such thing: they simply help legitimise tyranny. They became pop stars because of their love of music. They must surely ask themselves if they really ever aspired to become the propaganda devices of one of the worst regimes on Earth.


  29. TrickCyclist says:

    Paul Joseph Watson video about shadow banning, er, visibility filtering on Twitter.
    I’m really just posting it because the “woman” who appears at the end – Melissa Ingle – was on ITV News last week giving evidence about the rise in hate speech under Elon Musk. Obviously, “she” has no axes to grind. This is the crap they serve up as news on telly these days.


    • maxincony says:


      Paul Joseph Watson video about shadow banning…

      Also from Paul Joseph Watson;

      “I really think you should press the button to wipe Jews off the face of the Earth… I care about white people and not sand nig*er Pa*i Jew fag*ot co*ns”



      • Nibor says:

        If you dont like Paul Joseph Watson you shouldn`t post at a tale end of a thread but at the start of one with a link to where you allegded he said it .
        The fact you wait until you think people would have moved on says volumes about you Maxi . For a start you are cowardly .


        • StewGreen says:

          #1 The comment was whataboutery

          #2 It made a huge claim about PJW
          but supplied no evidence or context
          There is no video of PJW ever saying anything like that.
          Rather in May2022 the wacky conspiracy theory website The BylineTimes said they had an audio recording of a voice like PJWs saying that,
          they claimed it was off the cuff at a party.
          AFAIK they never gave more evidence than, ‘oh some people say it was him’


      • taffman says:

        Paid your TV licence yet maxi ?
        That’s the Licence that robs the poor to give to the rich ?


  30. MarkyMark says:

    UK Police are now influencing their own crime statistics and hate related work by generating videos that produce feelings of hate.

    For the Many (Haters), Not the Few (Lovers).



  31. MarkyMark says:

    I wonder when posting links such as “Spike Milligan – Pakistani Daleks” will be constituted as a ‘Hate Crime’? Once the Hate Crime Hub starts end of the year by Amber Rudd?



  32. Zephir says:

    Brazil OUT of world cup…

    Czech mate ha ha


  33. Zephir says:

    Bbc slipping, two white males out of 4 to comment on game, still found another black wimmin though


  34. Fedup2 says:

    BBC News between the footy . East Kent NHS trust . The medical mafia covering up the harm to a pregnant lady who a surgeon nearly killed . Left her sterile . The surgeon is not named – . Still works at the Trust . Notes of the failure were surpressed and found by accident .

    The CEO of the NHS trust refuses interviews (£200 k pa ?)…

    Don’t forget to clap ….


  35. Zephir says:

    Maybe Brazil team can join the NHS dancing Tik Tok team


  36. TrickCyclist says:

    Just caught the end of a BBC London News feature on the World Cup, they were talking to French, Moroccan and Brazilian fans in the capital.
    Any England fans? Oh, they followed one on his journey to Qatar – he”s black, of course.


  37. TrickCyclist says:

    Gareth Southgate on the news is wearing a shirt with the EE network logo on either shoulder. At first glance I thought they were dollar signs.
    It amounts to the same thing I suppose.


  38. JohnC says:

    Mobility scooter death: Man denies Thomas O’Halloran murder

    The bit which got my attention here was:

    ‘He was stabbed in the neck, chest and abdomen, post-mortem tests found.’

    Now that is a particularly viscious and nasty way to murder someone. It wasn’t an unfortunate death from a single wound to the chest, it was a frenzied, bloody murder.

    But the BBC have downplayed it ever since a man got charged and he was black. There are plenty of pictures available, but they choose not to include one in this article.

    Here he is:

    Murders like this should carry the death sentence. But the racist BBC don’t even want us to know what he looks like.


    • moggie63 says:

      Not a problem. If he was white you can bet they’d tell us. Since they don’t, it’s obvious.


  39. Guest Who says:



    • Docmarooned says:

      Jug eared clown! Absolutely pathetic virtue signalling asshole. Where does he think Qatar get their money from.


  40. Fedup2 says:

    At home with the Hewitts – the new Netflix thing still getting a lot of attention on the twitter – I bet underprevious ownership any criticism would have been blocked ….

    If they ever come to Blighty again I think they really will need protection ….who cares?


  41. Guest Who says:

    That word. Again.


  42. Guest Who says:

    Now, this…. THIS… is journalistic next level.


  43. Guest Who says:


  44. Guest Who says:

    How it is.