509 Responses to Midweek 11 January 2023

  1. MarkyMark says:



  2. MarkyMark says:

    16 Vote in Wales.
    15 Join ISIS.
    10 Change Gender.
    6 Marry in Islam.



    • theisland says:


      ROD LIDDLE Why has the BBC given Shamima Begum a podcast? They would never give one to Tommy Robinson
      CONGRATULATIONS to the BBC for its incredible coup in securing the services of Shamima Begum.
      You might remember Shamima. She’s the girl from London who ran off to join Islamic State.
      They were the psychopathic maniacs who held most of Syria and part of Iraq in their grip of terror.
      Fundamentalist Muslim terrorists who enjoyed nothing more than a bit of head-chopping, inshallah.
      Shamima got tired of them when it was evident they were losing the war. Decided she’d really like to come back to Blighty.
      We won’t let her in because . . . because she’s a terrorist. Seems reasonable enough to me.
      But the BBC has given her a ten-part podcast to explain her life. And why she finds demented murderers quite hunky, presumably.
      Pretty remarkable, isn’t it? Your licence fee given over to hearing the empty self-justifications of this deluded woman who joined an organisation which wished to see us all dead — and the black flag of ISIS flying over our Parliament.
      It wouldn’t surprise me if she turned up on Strictly next — or maybe Desert Island Discs.
      Somehow, the BBC thinks this is all OK. This is because the institution is deeply, and sadly irrevocably, politically biased.
      They wouldn’t DREAM of ever giving a podcast to Tommy Robinson, would they?
      The BBC is also naive — hopelessly gullible. It swallows any and every right-on cause without question.
      A bunch of serious academics recently attacked the Beeb for putting only one side of the story when dealing with our country’s history.
      They said it always seems to present “a negative view of British history, and especially of its relations with the non-European world from which British citizens of ethnic-minority backgrounds and their ancestors originally came”.
      This was especially true when dealing with the slave trade, they said.
      Too right. I’ve lost count of the number of people I’ve met who think the UK was the only country involved in slavery.
      That’s all the consequence of the relentless propaganda we’re fed about our supposed wickedness.
      Anyway, programmes by Romesh Ranganathan and Samuel L. Jackson were singled out for particular criticism.
      I think those academics ought to tune in to Radio 4 a little more often.
      The level of wokeness there dwarfs — if it’s OK to use that word — anything you’ll see on BBC1.
      Then there’s the LGBTQI stuff. This week a bunch of angry BBC producers have complained about influence wielded by the internal organisation BBC Pride.
      This is, they say, a group of employees relentless in pushing a radical pro-transgender agenda. It seems this lot actually interfere in programmes being made, to make sure they toe the right line. Why does anyone, anywhere, take the slightest notice of them?
      I dunno, maybe they should get Shamima Begum or one of her Islamic State comrades to put the other side of the trans debate. Include it in one of her podcasts.
      Listen, I know the BBC has always been leftish. But it is coming beyond a joke — indeed, beyond endurance.
      Whoever thought it was a good idea to give an Isis terrorist their own show should be politely instructed to find a job somewhere else.


      • Thoughtful says:

        It really doesn’t matter when they have a government which is even further to the Left backing them to the hilt !


        • Scroblene says:

          Quite right Thoughtful!

          We have such a stupid crowd of wet, socialist tories in Westminster, they’re even more unreliable than Gordon Brown’s awful years in No !0, when the country really did tank!

          There really is no alternative party waiting to take over, so UK Inc. just suffers even more from the miserable beeboids spitting in our faces encouraging some murderous little bitch who got it wrong.

          I wish we had a Home Secretary who could do something, but won’t hold my breath.


          • Fedup2 says:

            At least when red labour take over and the blue Labour Party is wiped out people will know what they are getting …..


      • MarkyMark says:

        “Only three days to the beheading, I’ve not idea what to wear.”

        The Real Housewives of ISIS – Funny or Offensive?


  3. Zephir says:

    This epitomises the idiocy of wokes and libtards with the US leading the way:

    “Trans teacher with giant prosthetic breasts/nipples forces Canadian school board to demand dress code changes
    The education director stressed the importance of ‘human rights’ when Fox News asked about the trans teacher’s giant prosthetic breasts”



    • MarkyMark says:

      “When a man stops believing in God,” said GK Chesterton, “he doesn’t then believe in nothing, he believes anything.”


  4. Zephir says:



    • MarkyMark says:

      An Ontario high school teacher who wears giant prosthetic breasts, which some have deemed to be “obscene,” may be causing a new dress code policy change for more professional attire.

      On Jan. 3, the Board of Trustees passed a motion requesting the director of education develop a professionalism policy “to maintain appropriate and professional standards of dress and decorum in the classroom,” according to the Halton District School Board.

      When Fox News Digital reached out for comment about the teacher’s giant breasts potentially bringing about a policy change, the education director reaffirmed the importance of human rights for “underserved and underrepresented” groups.


    • TrickCyclist says:

      Don’t school kids have nicknames for their teachers anymore?
      (Or do they get sent to the “Quiet Room” if they are overheard?)
      I wonder what they could come up with for this lunatic. We had one who was known as “Haddock” for his bad breath.

      . . . which reminds me of Dr. Simon Sparrow in Doctor at Large:
      “Big breaths, Eva.”
      “Yeth, and I’m only thixteen.”


  5. BRISSLES says:

    I haven’t been inside a school for decades, but I’m hoping that male teachers still wear shirt and tie, and female teachers don’t pitch up in jeans. Or is that fantasy thinking on my part ?

    I suppose the dress code like everything else has been downgraded. Nurses were well attired in their spotless white aprons and caps with not a hair out of place. Now its untidy pony tails, blue tops and trousers, and don’t look exactly ‘clean’ in their medical environment.


    • Zephir says:

      I have not been to hospital for a while but had to go a couple of months ago, was very disappointed after seeing some Carry On films that the nurses were not dressed like Barbara Windsor, although a relief that there were no Bernard Breslaws dressed in ill fitting nurses uniforms and hiding in cupboards.

      Although a few of them could have been Hattie Jaques if they spoke English.

      (No Doctor Tinkle either, in fact no doctor at all for three hours despite the emergency)


  6. theisland says:


  7. Fedup2 says:

    Now that it is known that the false president of the US has a casual attitude towards secret documents – we can expect the FBI to go raiding his houses – can’t we ? Or maybe not

    I heard a BBC apologist referring to ‘a few documents ‘ … maybe just with launch procedures eh ?…


    • MarkyMark says:

      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”.



  8. MarkyMark says:

    Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton
    Series 3: Episode 1
    The Khans are back in the UK and have rented an opulent house to spend the summer with friends and family. Now Amir has retired from boxing and had some time to reflect, it’s time for the Khans to get back to business.


    But all is not sunny in the life of the Khans. Amir admits he is feeling a bit lost after boxing, and Faryal is frustrated by his lack of focus. She’s also keen to find her own feet in the world after managing Amir’s career and finally launches her long-awaited make-up brand.

    launches her long-awaited make-up brand.
    launches her long-awaited make-up brand.
    launches her long-awaited make-up brand.


    “I’m a Muslim, my religion teaches me not to hurt people (Khan is a boxer) or upset people, and to be a good person. Obviously I go into the boxing ring it’s my job to hit someone, so that doesn’t rally matter. I know I’ve got God on my side … ” – Amir Iqbal Khan {nov2014}

    not to hurt people – it’s my job to hit someone, so that doesn’t
    rally matter

    not to hurt people – it’s my job to hit someone, so that doesn’t rally matter

    not to hurt people – it’s my job to hit someone, so that doesn’t rally matter


  9. Fedup2 says:

    Maria (Tina ?) Arena MEP – chair of the European Parliament Human £ Rights £ committee £ ‘stands down ‘ after forgetting to declare her luxury holiday at the Qatar £ World £ Cup was paid for by Qatar …
    No wonder British politicians want to re join
    £ ….

    … Maria is ‘begium ‘ apparently ….


    • MarkyMark says:

      In terms of perception of the EU and its institutions, though, the damage is already done. This is the biggest scandal to hit the European assembly since 2011, when several MEPs were offered bribes to influence draft laws by journalists posing as lobbyists. Three were later convicted and served prison time.



    • MarkyMark says:

      EU’s Juncker calls empty European Parliament ‘ridiculous’
      4 July 2017


      European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has launched a bitter attack on members of the European Parliament for failing to show up.

      Standing up in almost empty chamber in Strasbourg, he denounced the body as “ridiculous, totally ridiculous”.





  10. MarkyMark says:



  11. StewGreen says:

    3pm Andrew Bridgen released a strong rebuttal video
    #1 Says he was quoting an Israeli Cardiologist
    #2 Says he is considering legal action against those defaming him as racist.
    .. his tweet is just the video
    ..https://www hi.twitter.com/ABridgen/status/1613552763304087553

    A statement by Andrew Bridgen MP

    It starts I’m disappointed that the chief whip Simon Hart who with the support of the Prime Minister has chosen to suspend me as a member of the conservative parliamentary party
    My tweet of 11th of January was in no way anti-semitic indeed it alluded to the Holocaust being the most heinous crime against humanity in living memory.
    Of course if anyone is genuinely offended by my use of such imagery then I apologize for any offense caused
    I wholeheartedly refute any suggestions that I am racist and currently I’m speaking to a legal team who will
    who will commence action against those who have led the call suggesting that I am.”


    • StewGreen says:

      When The Reclaim Party tweeted his video
      He retweeted them
      He makes no mention of defection.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Blimey – he looks tortured ….hell of a price to pay for asking the questions which should have been in the msm months ago

      – pity mark steyn isn’t about to help out …

      The blue Labour Party again demonstrates how shabby it is ….


    • MarkyMark says:

      JCVI ‘largely opposed’ to Covid vaccination for children under 16
      This article is more than 1 year old
      Exclusive: Members of government’s expert committee disagree with politicians and Jonathan Van-Tam

      Coronavirus – latest updates
      See all our coronavirus coverage
      Young people lineup to get vaccinated in London on Friday.
      Young people lineup to get vaccinated in London on Friday. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA
      Rowena Mason and Jessica Elgot
      Sat 7 Aug 2021 07.00 BST



    • StewGreen says:

      corrected link https://www.twitter.com/ABridgen/status/1613552763304087553

      Interesting that media stop their transcripts just before this line
      0:44 indeed the **Israeli** doctor I quoted in my tweet has stated that there was nothing at all anti-semitic about the statement
      The fact that I have been suspended over this matter says much about the current state of our democracy, the right to free speech and the apparent suspension of the scientific method of analysis of medicines being administered to billions of people.”
      As I’ve consistently maintained there are very reasonable questions to be asked about the safety and effectiveness of the experimental mRNA vaccines and the risks and benefits of these treatments there are reasonable questions to ask of a government that is considering extending the use of these experimental vaccines to children as young as six months of age these ladies and gentlemen are babies

      There are reasonable questions about the side effects of mRNA vaccines especially when we know categorically that the current risk of harm to most of the population and especially young people from covid-19 is minuscule.

      We have a government who indemnifies vaccine manufacturers from claims against the harms caused by their products and the government who it appears actively look to remove MPS who raise questions about those Harms
      I was saddened to hear Yesterday of my suspension but I’m not down-hearted I’ve received huge support from Ordinary People medical workers who are too intimidated to speak out and of course from those who’ve experienced vaccine harms themselves or to a loved one
      Hopefully the media interest around my suspension will finally get the issue of vaccine harms into the media who have been so reluctant to cover this issue for so long, an issue which is clearly of huge and growing concern to many people across the globe
      Reasonable questions about the safety and effectiveness of mRNA vaccines must continue to be asked and I will continue to ask them.
      If I cannot do that as a conservative Member of Parliament then so be it

      3:13 Highlighting these important questions about life death Serious injury must override Party Loyalty I owe that not only to my constituents in Northwest leicestershire but also to The Wider British public and especially to our children and young people who are the very future of our great nation
      Thank you very much for listening to me


    • MarkyMark says:

      Santa Claus gets vaccinated in new NHS advert

      “This is full on propaganda. Not only using a actor but using a Christmas scene…using Santa Claus to promote the narrative a bit more!”


      • BRISSLES says:

        Isn’t he some bloke that was in a pop group ?


        • TrickCyclist says:

          Yes indeed, Martin Kemp from Spandau Ballet.
          Here he is promoting “Sit in a Spitfire” for RAF Museum Hendon.


          As Jim Davidson once said about Sting, he’d turn up at the opening of an envelope.


          • BRISSLES says:

            And isn’t he another who has got his own son into “the ‘industry'” via his own name ? regardless of talent. Bradley Walsh is another, Jack Whitehall and father, (let’s not go down the Beckham avenue).

            Now why didn’t my Dad get me to follow him down a coal mine – or play in his No 9 shirt – I could have been a lioness !!!! lol !


            • TrickCyclist says:

              It’s endless isn’t it?
              Ever seen Will Smith’s son Jaden in a movie? God, you want to reach through the screen and strangle him.
              Never mind, there’s a whole multi-coloured tribe of Jolie-Pitts who will no doubt be ‘entertaining’ us for years to come.


  12. MarkyMark says:

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan to say he can’t ignore ‘immense’ Brexit damage

    “Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is set to attack what he will describe as the government’s “denial” of the “immense damage” he says Brexit is doing.

    In a speech at Mansion House in the City of London, he will call for a shift to greater alignment with Europe.”

    Europe does not equal the EU.

    In contrast, Sir Keir Starmer has ruled out rejoining the EU single market if Labour wins power.

    Starmer cannot say a man does not have a cervix.

    “Here’s the beautiful thing … these are British products, selling Islamic Products, selling Halal Products (Halal – throat cut whilst conscious, slaughtered by Muslim only employee, incantation to animal from a Koran by Muslim only). That is niche and general, but it’s gone main stream. {Sadiq Khan – youtube Chicken Cottage Award Ceremony 2012}”

    “Here is the beautiful thing, it’s a British product selling Islamic Products, selling Hala products that is niche and general that has gone mainstream.”


  13. MarkyMark says:

    Since its foundation in 1694 the Bank of England (the ‘Bank’) has issued notes promising to pay the bearer a sum of money. For much of its history the promise could be made good by the Bank paying out gold in exchange for its notes. The link with gold helped to maintain the value of the notes, although the link was sometimes suspended, for example in wartime.
    The link with gold was finally broken in 1931 (see in particular The Currency and Bank Notes Act 1928 and The Gold Standard (Amendment) Act 1931) when the UK came off the gold standard, and since that time there has been no other asset into which holders have the right to convert Bank of England notes.

    https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/freedom-of-information/2015/9-april-2015 (edited)

    Money is worthless since 1931 …..

    “…and since that time there has been no other asset into which holders have the right to convert Bank of England notes.”

    Nowadays public faith in the pound is maintained in a different way – through the Bank of England’s operation of monetary policy, the object of which, by statute, is price stability.



  14. Sluff says:

    Great example of BBC selective reporting.

    What do you make of this BBC statement.
    I quote
    ‘Most state-school teachers in England and Wales had a 5% pay rise in 2022, well below the rate of inflation’

    Most? What proportion is most? What is the inference on the rest? More than 5%? Less than 5%?

    Most teachers are on a 9 point salary scale. For the first 6 points the increases, virtually guaranteed, approximate to 10% of salary. For the upper points, the increases are around 4%. This is all plus the 5%. Only staff at the top of their pay scale get ‘only’’ 5%.

    The BBC manage not to mention any of this, just like they fail to mention the 23% of taxpayer-funded salary pension contribution shown in school accounts. On top of salary.

    Doesn’t sound to me like a ‘eat or heat’ dilemma.


  15. Guest Who says:

    Good word, ‘bilge’.


    As is the phrase ‘get ’em young’.

    As the BBC has invoked COPs and sandy places I wonder if young folk like Soph will again be stroking old UN DG’s egos, or focussing more on the oil minister running things?


  16. Sluff says:

    Not BBC.
    I rang up a certain organisation today.
    Before any ‘options’ I was given a 2 minute woke diatribe about how much they value equality, diversity, LGBT rights etc etc etc. FFS.

    It gets better. After that utter guff the voice said ‘because of extremely high call volumes we cannot handle your call. Please try later’.
    Then I was cut off.

    If I was them, I wouldn’t hold my breath for my future business.


    • Fedup2 says:

      That’s 999 for you – hope the fire went out ….


    • MarkyMark says:

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

      Lizzie Roberts,
      27 August 2022 • 7:00pm


  17. MarkyMark says:

    The NHS pays £4 billion annually in rent to private investors because of deals under Labour.

    Incorrect. In 2017/18 hospital and acute sector PFIs in England that started under Labour cost £1.4 billion.




    NHS to benefit from £13.4 billion debt write-off
    Health Secretary announces over £13 billion of debt will be written off as part of a major financial reset for NHS providers.

    Department of Health and Social Care
    2 April 2020
    Last updated
    9 April 2020 — See all updates


  18. Concrete sea says:

    I know comment has been made before on this subject, but the stupidity of it is staggering.
    Church commissioners say they feel ‘great dismay’ at a new report on the church’s slave trade links
    The Church is committing £100m over the next nine years to a new programme of investment, research and engagement.
    It said it will also fund further research, including into the Church Commissioners’ history, to support dioceses, cathedrals and parishes to research and address their historic links with slavery.
    Growth made on the fund will also be spent into grants for projects helping communities adversely impacted by historic slavery.
    Justin (very stupid) Welby said: “I am deeply sorry for these links. It is now time to take action to address our shameful past.”The church are also aiming to use the research to positively impact communities where slavery had a major effect.

    I feel ‘great dismay’ at the lunacy of The Church.
    This whole thing is really bizarre. I mean how are these communities going to be identified? I have never met, heard of, or am aware of any sane person who says or who can definitely prove in 2023 their life was affected by slavery, which ceased in this country 200 years ago.
    Can you imagine a knock on the door of an ‘average’ family. Vicar: “Hello, do you feel your family may have been adversely affected by slavery. It was ages ago”. Bloke (possibly black): “Erm no. Go forth and multiply”. Vicar: “Well we’re giving away loads of money”. Bloke (possibly black): “ Oh well in that case yes. We’ve only got a 3 bed detached with a hot tub and three cars. If it wasn’t for slavery we would have a 5 bed detached, four cars and a swimming pool”. Vicar: “Oh I am personally sorry. Have some money”.
    How do you ‘support dioceses’? Are they crumbling under the guilt ? And what will be done to them if a link is found ? Several rounds of self flagellation?
    There is a word for judging historical events by today’s standards. It’s called Presentism, but I’m not sure what you call people who want to put wrongs that occurred hundreds of years ago right, when e.g. slavery was the norm, but not acceptable now. There are lots of words I could think of for these idiots in The Church, but all are very inappropriate.


    • Docmarooned says:

      Arsehole Welby is certainly doing his best to alienate his flock. Fits in well also with LBGTalphabet freak that was mentioned the other day.


    • Ronone1 says:

      I disagree – all of the words that you could think of for these idiots are extremely appropriate.


  19. MarkyMark says:

    Login to your UK Gov Gateway .. ha ha ha ha ha

    Tax year: April 6 2020 to April 5 2021
    Health (21.9%)
    Welfare (19.6%)

    National Debt Interest (4.1%)

    Business and Industry (14.4%)
    Overseas Aid (0.9%)
    UK Contribution to the EU Budget (0.6%)

    UK Contribution to the EU Budget (0.6%)

    HA HA HA HA HA … We left the EU in 2016!!!!!

    UK Contribution to the EU Budget (0.6%)


  20. tomo says:

    Dan Bongino on the Biden classified docs thing….



  21. StewGreen says:

    ITV local news.. A curry restaurant in Worksop, says they need special government help cos prices are so high.

    FFS there’s a difference between the steel industry and a restaurant or shop.


  22. Tabs says:

    I haven’t watched the BBC1 The One Show for months. For some reason I was watching it tonight. First piece was about 2 Muslim businessmen making fizzy drinks. Nothing changes on this TV show!

    They said a factory in London was too expensive so they settled in Bradford “where it is much cheaper”. I stopped watching Countryfile because Anita Rani kept promoting Bradford rather than talk about the UK countryside.

    Why does the BBC feel like they have to tell us how great Bradford is when we all know it is a s**t hole?


  23. Terminal Moraine says:

    Got to say that the new Twitter looks spicier than the old pre-Musk version.

    Here Owen Jones and the ex-head of BAME stuff at Labour (a Muslim woman) are locking horns, all because she’s found some agreement with Tommy Robinson in a recent clip of his.

    It’s a total car crash of a discussion… even Mohammed Akunjee, lawyer to Shamima Begum chips in with some sort of concession to Tommy. But it’s entertaining, and also may be a good thing — because it brings into view just how messy and unworkable a political system is when you put intersectionality and special group interests at its base. (Which was obvious to sane people years ago, but all publicity is good publicity, as the saying goes.)


    • tomo says:

      “please delete this”

      – Jones and The Guardian in a nutshell

      The pompous preening prat Jones presumes as per usual.

      Fortunately the git doesn’t show up that often these days


    • MarkyMark says:

      No, ‘gammon’ is not a racial slur. Now let’s change the conversation
      This article is more than 4 years oldOwen Jones
      Owen Jones
      The crybullies of the right are hamming it up over a term of mockery to deflect from their own poisoning of the political discourse



    • StewGreen says:

      @TM Yes I saw TR was trending and it’s cos of Owen Jones getting a kicking

      “Owen Jones demanding a Muslim woman submit to his will and censor her views.”

      “Jones you want an opinion deleted because you don’t agree with it?
      Seems rather *fascist* in my opinion”

      “Why are the left
      always trying to SILENCE people”

      Halima is a Muslim , Labour Party insider
      and her first tweet was expressing how warlike Starmer is, so she used a TR video.
      Jones and Labourites moved in against her
      but they got a kicking from her far left side.

      Jones liked the old Twitter where people like TR were silenced
      but now that TR is back on , he wades into Owen Jone thread, challenging him directly to a debate

      I guess LotusEaters will have a podcast about it soon.


  24. G.W.F. says:

    It appears that the number of dinghy migrants have been reduced since Rasheeds announcement several days ago.
    At the time I predicted that the numbers of dinghy folks would not be reported thus giving the impression that Rasheed is winning.

    Here are the latest official figures.
    The data below is for the 24-hour period 00:00 to 23:59 11 January 2023.
    Number of migrants detected in small boats: 0
    Number of boats detected: 0
    Number of boats known by the MOD to be involved in uncontrolled landings: 0



    • Bulldog says:

      I live on the South Coast and the weather has been atrocious most days, high winds and heavy rain since the beginning of the year and even thunder and lightning this evening as I write this. “Only” 44 have made it across since 1st Jan.

      The people smugglers are greedy but not stupid, migrants drowning in the Channel is bad publicity so they will just bide their time until the weather calms down and then it will be business as usual.


      • theisland says:


        • BRISSLES says:

          All those lovely black shiny faces – who could resist ?


        • MarkyMark says:

          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:

    Andrew Bagshaw, Christopher Parry missing in Ukraine, update

    One body and two passports claim to have been found.

    I still don’t understand what they were supposed to be doing over there.
    “Parry, reportedly a running coach from Cheltenham, recently told Sky News he had been driving to towns and villages on the frontline to evacuate residents.”

    Seriously, Driving? Can’t Ukrainians drive ..
    I’d guess the road signs, street names etc are in Cyrillic alphabet too, ie unreadable to us westerners.
    Maybe they’re there mostly to help whip up donations in UK etc.


    • Northern Voter says:

      I would check the two passports, perhaps they are John Stonehouse spares!


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Eddy

      Saw a great picture of Christopher Parry the other day, the aid worker in his army camos


  26. FrankZ says:

    Re. Bridgen and the use of the Holocaust Scale for Atrocity Measurement. Spotted this comment by someone called BroughAlpine beneath an article yesterday on TCW, which seemed like a good catch:-


    Vaccination in Israel: Challenging mortality figures?


    • “Haim Yativ and Dr. Seligmann declare that for them, “this is a new Holocaust,” in face of Israeli authority pressure to vaccinate citizens.


  27. tomo says:


  28. taffman says:

    “Net zero: UK is falling behind on race to curb emissions, warns review”

    Allowing the mass invasion across the Channel is making things worse. Increasing our population increases our energy demands?


  29. Zephir says:

    How we will end up if the libtards at the bbc have their way:

    “I attended North Korean refugees congress in Toronto. North Koreans are cut off from the world and many aware of it and curious about the outside. Many of those North Koreans who made it out, coming back, smuggling information, mostly on memory sticks. They know, that most important weapon against dictators is truth. I admire their bravery, they do not have to do it, but they feel they must.

    I lived in Soviet Union and know that 100% of tour guides working with foreigners were part time KGB officers or at least informants. I am sure same system in North Korea, so your guides were not 100% honest with you.”

    “I spent about half of my life in a communist country just like NK. I used to live about 12 km from the border with Austria. I visited Austria only after I got US passport. The situation is totally different now, after the death of the communism. We would go shopping to Austria and we know we entered Austria only because there is a sign by the road. There used to be mine fields and soldiers on guarding towers to shoot at you.

    Czechoslovakia used to be a prosperous country before WW2. It was the seventh largest economy, having about 10 million people. When the former Soviet Union installed commies in power, they ran it in the ground shortly after making it poorer than countries in Africa. Austria used to be a less affluent country but shortly after the end of war we saw much nicer houses and cars over the border. We also used to watch Austrian TV. It was clear to us we were screwed despite the propaganda telling us the opposite.”


  30. JohnC says:

    Christmas Eve pub shooting: Man charged with Elle Edwards murder

    I notice that the story about the footballer who got stabbed has completely disappeared immediately after the article which showed us drawings of the black people who did it.

    This one was done by a whitey : let’s see if this one gets dropped as well. I will watch with interest.

    Liverpool is becoming the preferred location for the BBC when people get murdered. The perpetrators tend to be the right colour to make a meal of it.

    I didn’t see this one anywhere on the front page – and this was deliberate murder, not an accident:

    Jermaine Cools: Teenager pleads guilty to murder of boy, 14

    A picture of the victim tells us why:


    ‘Black Lives Matter’ do they BBC ?. Not you they don’t. You only care if you can use their deaths for your own agenda.


  31. Fedup2 says:


    For an hour they trailed the doom and gloom of recession figures. But guess what – figures announced – no recession quite yet .
    So – supermarkets doing well – but cost of living crisis ? Bankers using Foodbanks ? People eating their pets ?

    Next figures 10th February … apparently the economy has to drop 0.6% for the recession to kick in . Meanwhile inflation still high high high ….

    And then – a special prosecutor has been appointed to ‘investigate ‘ Biden . I haven’t seen the bio yet but assume he is a friend of the (Obama ) family ….


    • taffman says:

      “UK economy beats expectations with November growth”

      Despite Brexit ?


    • Guest Who says:

      BBC Woe

      The UK economy unexpectedly grew in November, helped by a boost from the World Cup, official figures show.


      They really are a parody now.


  32. taffman says:

    “Rishi Sunak and Nicola Sturgeon hold private talks in Scotland”

    Will Scotland get some Free Ports ? A positive move to improve Brexit & trade ?


  33. AsISeeIt says:

    Responsibly sourced news cuttings edition

    Mr AsI doesn’t agree with much of what many of our present government ministers have to say, on a daily basis, however, this morning Jacob Rees-Mogg questions: Will anyone notice the Civil Service strike? (Telegraph) – you read it here first.

    It was the Rolling Stones who once told us of Mother’s Little Helper

    “And though she’s not really ill, there’s a little yellow pill”

    This morning the BBC online press review prefers those titles shouting about the socialised mass distribution of the fruits of Big Pharma – for our own good, mind you

    As Johnny Ball used to say – Think of a Number…

    Life-saving Statins for 25m Brits (Daily Express)

    Up to 15 million more people could be given pills under new NHS guidelines… Hand out Statins on demand, doctors are told (Daily Mail)

    There’s no evidence that mass covid vaccination has had the side effect of a big increase in heart failure. Evenso, we’re apparently gearing up for mass heart problems.

    There was on old woman who swallowed a fly, I don’t know why she swallowed a fly, perhaps she’ll die. She swallowed a spider to catch the fly…

    Think of your future NHS as more of a scattergun drug dispensary – firing off pharmaceuticals like buckshot at the population. Forget those cosy one-to-ones with the family doctor. That’s SO last century.

    Big bucks for Big Pharama

    Speaking of buckshot… For whatever reason the media goes big game hunting with the former PM Boris as the big beast they want to bag in their sights…

    Opening shots were fired yesterday… will he run for cover? Or head for the frontlines?

    Johnson eyes safe seat in exchange for truce with PM (Times)

    Concern at Johnson trip to meet Zelenskiy (Guardian)

    Whatever the source of these hit jobs, the corporate advertising freesheet Metro happily pours on the sauce: Sex at No.10 Covid party – lest we forget the covid party

    Details, please: One pair of aides ‘feeling each other up’ in a kitchen then ducked into a dark room before emerging ‘flustered’ later. Another went into an office ‘with the lights off’ Metro – all abit off-camera, so to speak

    Now you’re in the mood…

    The giveaway Metro advertises frontpage M&S Plunge bra £10 and for those less racey among us who go to bed and simply want to sleep the good sleep of the righteous: Responsibly sourced-cotton pyjamas £15

    Rest assured

    All models pictured in the M&S advert are responsibly sourced non-white ethnics.


    • Zephir says:

      “For those of us less racey among us” :

      here is a picture of a white woman with a white male partner ?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Why not have ‘statin dispensers ‘? No need to waste time trying to get through to the GP – and the profit can be used to fund the 26% junior doctor wage claim – apparently they are thinking about striking ….


  34. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    Teachers are trying to find ways to challenge boys who admire the controversial influencer.

    Andrew Tate: How schools are tackling his influence


    Alice doesn’t live in the real world any more. Or Charlotte… Or…


    • Zephir says:

      And how are schools tackling misandrist comments and hate comments regarding politicians by the Brand woman ?

      “I took my husband to the hospital yesterday to have 17 stitches out – that’ll teach him to buy me a sewing kit for my birthday”

      “Men are fantastic – as a concept.”

      “The way to a man’s heart is through his hanky pocket with a breadknife.”

      “My ex-boyfriend can round last night, which was weird because I didn’t know he was in a coma.”



      • Zephir says:

        And the hypocrisy:

        “Jeremy Clarkson is rather charming, but I can’t stomach his public persona. I don’t like his casual racism and casual misogyny.”


      • Mrs Kitty says:

        I understand she has two children with her husband, poor man think of the horror twice.


    • Loobyloo says:

      I love it when Al Beeb don’t like somebody


  35. andyjsnape says:

    UK economy beats expectations with November growth

    #Gettyimages – whats the women all about, luckily she’s holding onto her hat!

    TommyInnit: Life as one of the world’s top content creators

    Whats with the stupid faces! ?


  36. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    Brownies, for seven and eight year old girls, now have a new name meant to symbolise co-operation.


    Savile Girls?


  37. Fedup2 says:

    Once upon a time if I heard that plod now how its’ own foodbank I’d have gasped and felt sympathy . But then plod went woke – and is no longer a ‘friend ‘ but a checker of approved thought –
    Apparently ‘poor’ pay means even more corruption coming …… with added ethnic spice ….they’ll be recruiting Albanians ….


  38. Fedup2 says:

    Today again

    Blue Labour restrictions on freedom –

    A 300 page green crap report done by a liz truss groupie

    Censoring the internet bill – blue labour MPs wanting to close free speech …

    And they think people will vote for them

    – oh yeah – taxes going up again to fund ‘public services ‘ – again …..


    • Zephir says:

      Here are some of the bits I posted above about North Korea and other dictatorships, it is only a matter of degree, and as we know extremists never know when to stop, especially when they make a living out of it, look at the civil rights movement, still finding racism everywhere, :

      “North Koreans are cut off from the world and many aware of it and curious about the outside. Many of those North Koreans who made it out, coming back, smuggling information, mostly on memory sticks. They know, that most important weapon against dictators is truth. ”

      “In communist Czecheslovakia we used to watch Austrian TV. It was clear to us we were screwed despite the propaganda telling us the opposite.”


    • Guest Who says:

      In other news:

      Variety: Oscars: Will Angela Bassett Become the First MCU Acting Nom and Oldest Black Woman Winner in History?


      • BRISSLES says:

        Well, so far Hattie McDaniell is currently the oldest black woman to win an Oscar for her role in Gone with the Wind.

        Worth checking out Cicely Tyson who died aged 96 and see the extensive file of awards she won throughout her long career.


        • Zephir says:

          What about the black woman in Tom And Jerry ? called Mammy Two Shoes, I believe, there’s an Oscar missing, right there.

          “Thaaaamas ”


    • StewGreen says:

      Do you recognise the resigning beeboids ?

      Eades, Gosling, and Willcox
      leaving the corporation, having declined to take part in the recruitment process for six presenters to front the newly-combined BBC News and BBC World News channels

      David Eades is known for presenting The World Today between 5am and 8am on BBC News
      Joanna Gosling presents on the United Kingdom rolling news channel BBC News
      Tim Willcox presents news programmes on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel and is the BBC’s Chief Presenter

      What do they forget to mention ?

      Oct 27, 2019
      #HMRC has defeated three #BBC presenters, David Eades, Tim Willcox and Joanna Gosling, in an #IR35 tax tribunal ruling worth £300k
      (The presenters didn’t have to give all the money back)


  39. StewGreen says:

    Beeboid is at the centre of the new Ministry of Truth

    Panel Of Scientists To Vote On Official Disinformation, Official Truths
    The project will be piloted this year, but scientists from six continents have already agreed to support the initial trial phase – with Jim Al-Khalili, professor of theoretical physics at the University of Surrey and presenter of BBC’s The Life Scientific, among dozens of leading scientists who have agreed to be part of its advisory board.



    • StewGreen says:

      The instigator Vickers plugged his book
      There are more nuggets on his Twitter page


      • StewGreen says:

        Is science getting at the truth?
        The sceptics—those who spread doubt about science—often employ a simple argument: scientists were ‘sure’ in the past, and then they ended up being wrong

        FFS he writes as if sceptics are baddies.


    • Loobyloo says:

      As a retired scientist just can’t believe the way things are going


      • Up2snuff says:

        Loobyloo, we are going to get more and more of this as time goes on. It was all over Toady this morning.


        • Loobyloo says:

          Very depressing. A long time ago I suspected one of my supervisors was being creative with his reports, but nothing on this sort of scale. However it does demonstrate that other academics will sit back and watch rather than whistle blow, for fear of their own jobs. Follow the money etc


          • Zephir says:

            Same here Looby when i noticed my supervisor missing out a factor in the calculation on analysis of anodised aluminium at the European Space agency in a previous career with frequent failures of the aluminium…brushed under the carpet


            • Up2snuff says:

              Zephir, brushed alumimium?


              • Zephir says:

                Black inorganic anodized aluminium alloys are used for passive thermal control on spacecraft and also for avoiding stray light in optical equipment.

                Anodized aluminum is aluminum that has been treated to develop an exceptionally durable finish. To create anodized aluminum, you use an electrochemical process where the metal is immersed in a series of tanks, wherein one of the tanks, the anodic layer is grown from the metal itself.

                Because this anodized layer is created from the aluminum itself, rather than being painted on or applied, this anodized aluminum will never chip, flake, or peel, and it is much more durable than any other similar material on the market. Anodized aluminum is three times harder than the raw material, and 60 percent lighter than other competing metals like stainless steel and copper.

                And in reference to my above comment:

                Following thermal-vacuum bakeout/testing, various Mars Science Laboratory aluminum parts exhibited flaking of the black anodize coating. The flaking was traced to a known problem with Type II anodization of 2000 and 7000 series aluminum alloys.


          • Up2snuff says:

            Loobyloo, what was your field, your subject?


  40. Zephir says:

    Galileo was arrested, prosecuted and condemned by the inquisition for promoting heliocentrism

    Plus ca change

    I have often commented that climate extremists will have us back to the middle ages in more way than one


    • Guest Who says:

      So you, at least, expected it?

      Sorry, still laughing at this from the joke that is LinkedIn…

      “Climate change shows up at Davos”

      In a Lear?


      • Zephir says:

        May the shadowy conspiracy behind this is alien,

        Davos is the head Dalek isn’t he ?


  41. Althepalerp says:

    Shamima Begum was paid £10,000 by the BBC for her pod cast.
    For expenses apparently


    • Zephir says:

      Lots of expenses in a portakabin tent city for studio hire etc isn’t there ?


    • Loobyloo says:

      If that’s true it’s an outrage


    • Up2snuff says:

      Althepalerp, I thought it was a media rule that criminals should not profit from their criminality?


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Althepalerp

      or 62 tele taxes wasted


    • G.W.F. says:

      Shamima Begum was paid £10,000 by the BBC licence payers for her pod cast.
      For expenses apparently


      • MarkyMark says:

        Let us all stop funding UK terrorism!

        It would seem Khalid Masood (Westminster Attack 22.03.2017 5 Innocents Killed) was on benefits which comes out of National Insurance payments by the workers of the UK. Thus, it would seem prior to these findings the workers in the UK were unknowingly funding terrorism.

        But now we know terrorists operate using welfare benefits it would seem we are knowingly paying terrorists.

        Can I suggest that the Government please make sure NI payments by UK workers don’t go into the hands of terrorists by removing the terrorists in the first place. Can you also calculate how much we have/are funded terrorism via welfare benefits by simply getting all known terrorists (left,right,islamic) arrested to-date and those on the watch list and check welfare payments made to them or their immediate family (under various names possibly).

        Another example is where imams preaching intolerance such as Anjem Choudary (preached hate 1999-2016) to his hundreds of worshippers (5 times a day, everyday), can all imams be checked if they are on welfare benefits, paid by UK workers, and these payments be stopped immediately. It is the community that needs to fund the imams if they want religious teachings, similar to how the Church of England was funded with donations in the past.

        . . . .

        The father-of-four (Anjem Choudary preaching hate 1999-2016) takes home more than £25,000 a year in benefits and lives in a £320,000 house in Leytonstone

        . . .

        “…and don’t you worry. It’s coming to a place near you…we cannot have state subsidized preachers…give it up or give it to your deadliest enemy and pay for the rope that will choke you.“



    • MarkyMark says:

      Funding terrorism!


  42. StewGreen says:

    The bubbleworld of our BBC *local* news

    #1 They led with the Presley death, without mentioning the vaccine conspiracists.

    #2 Our mate the Labour MP Emma Hardy says Hull should be a centre of remote working.
    Doh if jobs can be done from Hull they can be done from other countries where the workers are mich cheaper.

    #3 “We are vaguely aware our area has a steel industry so here’s a Labour MP from another area talking about job cuts there
    There are NO job cuts in our area”

    #4 Our mate Lucy Beaumont has a new TV series starting tonight, so here’s a clip


    • StewGreen says:

      Oh they did include the 0.1% growth news
      but in a perfunctory way

      #5 Hull uni staff will be on strike for 18 days

      #6 A Hull charity says they have had to help more people on Prepayment meters
      “It’s a more expensive way to buy electricity”
      THe item OMITTED that the government has arranged for extra vouchers to be given out by such charities
      so of course the charities have NEW customers
      “The fuel voucher scheme comes via the Fuel Bank Foundation charity, and it’s offered through a range of organisations, like food banks and Citizens Advice.”

      Also customers were given extra £25 payments by the gov


  43. Nodding Dog says:

    They just had a cardiologist on BBC news to talk about the prescribing of statins he talked about blood pressure and heart attacks and he said that he believed one factor in the increase in heart attacks was the MRNA covid vaccines and that his father had a heart attack after having two doses of Pfizer and we need to stop the jabs as covid is not really a threat to peoples health.

    I was waiting for the old ‘we’ve seemed to have lost our guest we’ll try and get him back’ but he carried on.I was surprised the presenter didn’t challenge him on that claim they did turn the conversation quickly back to statins though.

    Did somebody drop a bollock in booking this cardiologist or is this the start of the BBC starting to tell the truth about the clot shots? With another celeb in Miss Presley ‘dying suddenly’ maybe they can no longer ignore the elephant in the room!


    • StewGreen says:

      @ND Why did you not recognise it was the main activist cardiologist Aseem Malhotra ?
      He got a full 7 minutes today, apparently his first BBC appearance.

      Interesting, one would expect BBCnews to have him on their banned list


      • Nodding Dog says:

        Stew I’m not clued up on all of the good guys but I think his name does ring a bell from a Hearts of Oak or a Delingpole podacast.
        It may be his first appearance but will most likely be the last unless like I stated the BBC are on the turn which I doubt very much.

        Whilst on the subject I was wondering if any other esteemed posters here know of people that have ‘died suddenly’ or is it just me? Last year I lost a work colleague 48 to a heart attack,my old neighbour 52 dropped down dead walking the dog,an old acquaintance from one of my hobbies 55 apparently in good health died in his sleep and another person I knew in his mid fifties died from a heart attack.Add the 26 year old who played for the local football team plus I read on the social page for my old school another in his early fifties died of a massive bleed on the brain.I nearly lost a cousin aged 49 with heart failure but thankfully is still with us but still quite ill my other cousin was quite lucky she only passed out for a bit a few hours after receiving the jab.


        • Terminal Moraine says:

          ND personally I know of 3+ vaxxed people with heart complaints in the last 18 months, from arrhythmia needing tests to a 13 yr old boy with diagnosis of myocarditis confirmed after ending up in hospital 3 days after his C19 injection.

          All signals that need proper investigations, if public health are still to be trusted.


  44. Thoughtful says:

    I just want to post this video clip of a former US attourney General Matt Whittaker being interviewed regarding the Biden secret documents and the lies and double standards being promulgated by left wing media on both sides of the Atlantic.

    This is a much more serious breach than Donald Trump taking the documents.

    Contrary to what the media will tell you, Donald Trump was so-operating with officials and had produced the documents which were held at Mar A Lago – he was told to make sure they were stored under lock & key

    The Trump documents were held in a safe guarded by special agents, Bidens documents were held in multiple locations including one which was funded by the Chinese Communist Party with no security at all and worse, attempts to conceal them.

    Then there is the issue that the President can de-classify documents, Biden was Vice President at the time and had no such power.

    Why when the discovery of the first batch was 2nd November was it not announced immediately giving rise to suspicions of political advantage at the midterms.

    Finally though is this a hachet job on Joe Biden after he announced his intention to run for a second term? Most know what a morally bankrupt party the Democrats are, why didn’t they just shred the documents or incinerate them and keep quiet?

    And as a post script compare and contrast the treatment of Biden to that of Donald Trump and is it any wonder why people in the USA no longer have trust in an unbiased crime fighting organisation?


  45. StewGreen says:

    BBC News is covering Starmer’s speech live from Belfast

    @TiceRichard is discussing this on @TalkTV @Iromg show
    And promises a lot more about crazy Skidmore on his Sunday show


    • StewGreen says:

      Meanwhile Carbon Brief the GreenBlobs propaganda outfit finds the BBC have done their PR work for them


      • MarkyMark says:

        Wind Turbine Blades Can’t Be Recycled, So They’re Piling Up in Landfills
        Companies are searching for ways to deal with the tens of thousands of blades that have reached the end of their lives.

        ByChris Martin
        5 February 2020 at 10:00 GMTUpdated on7 February 2020 at 16:54 GMT



        • StewGreen says:

          That’s old news Siemens have sold turbine blades that can be recycled for 2 years now.


        • Fedup2 says:

          From the DT –

          STARTS The BBC needs fewer news presenters, Tim Davie has said, as Joanna Gosling and two colleagues became the latest figures to quit the corporation.

          Gosling, David Eades and Tim Willcox, familiar faces on the BBC for decades, have chosen to take voluntary redundancy rather than reapply for their jobs.

          The BBC is merging its two rolling new services, the BBC News channel and BBC World News, into one and the number of presenters will be more than halved as a result.

          Presenters will be required to compete for a reduced number of positions via screen tests, which sources described as a “humiliating” experience for veteran journalists.

          Appearing before the Public Accounts Committee in Westminster, Mr Davie, the director-general, said: “It’s obviously sad when people decide to take VR [voluntary redundancy] and leave, but you need less [sic] presenters and I think that is appropriate.

          “Sorry to be blunt. We are in a position where we are going to make changes. Some people will leave the BBC, some people will stay.”

          He described Ms Gosling, Mr Eades and Mr Willcox as “outstanding presenters” but said that their departure would provide opportunities for other staff and “allow people to move through the organisation”.

          Mr Davie said that having two separate news channels was inefficient. “There is a degree of management inefficiency, in my view, and it is not right. No one in the world is running completely separate operations in this way.” The new, single channel will launch in April.

          A source told Deadline, the industry website, that around 15 presenters are interviewing for six positions. “People are incandescent. It’s humiliating – you feel like you’re 21 again and applying for your first job at the BBC,” the source said.

          The new positions will reportedly be on a higher pay grade, meaning presenters could earn up to £230,000 per year.

          Ms Gosling, Mr Eades and Mr Willcox aired their unhappiness with the BBC during a tribunal in 2018, at which they appealed against a £920,000 tax bill.

          The trio claimed that they were “pushed” by the BBC into setting up personal service companies, an arrangement that allowed the corporation to avoid paying employers’ National Insurance contributions.

          Gosling broke down as she told the tribunal that the BBC asked her to work on the day that her baby was due, and attempted to cut her pay once she returned from maternity leave.

          The three lost their case.

          Gosling is one of the best-known faces on the BBC News channel and appears on the corporation’s list of high earners with a salary of £155,000-159,999.

          She is known for her emotional responses to news stories: she became tearful over Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s release from Iran last year, and more recently when reading out the news that three boys had died last month after falling through the ice on a frozen lake.

          They join an exodus of BBC journalists, with Emily Maitlis, Jon Sopel and Andrew Marr all leaving in the past 18 months.

          In his appearance before MPs, Mr Davie said the future of the BBC would feature presenters from a range of different backgrounds.

          Challenged by Olivia Blake, Labour MP for Sheffield, Hallam, on the lack of Northern accents in BBC national news, Mr Davie said: “I notice our political editor [Chris Mason] has a bit of a Yorkshire twang. I think we’re making progress.

          “We’re changing the nature of the BBC… I care desperately about what you’re talking about. It will take a few years to work its way through but there are examples now of people coming through.

          “Certainly, the idea that you need to have one type of accent or one type of person at the BBC would be disastrous for us.”

          Mr Davie was also challenged over the tone and content of Radio 4’s Today programme. Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, Tory MP for the Cotswolds, said that he was a regular listener and “some mornings I come away with the feeling that the programme is unremittingly negative towards this country. What more can you do as the public broadcaster to promote a positive image of this country, the people and the institutions within it?”

          In response, Mr Davie said there was “a lot of debate in the newsroom at the moment” about the balance of good news stories and bad.

          “I think there is definitely room for us to do more in terms of telling some of the successes out there,” he said. “Having said that, I don’t think we’re there to cheerlead and we are in no way there to puff things up. It’s a balance.”Ends

          Elsewhere – an interview with Eddie Stourton who has prostate cancer and has a book out next month . I don’t know if he is leaving the BBC as well …

          On the top 3 – nice to see a BBC cat fight . I’m sure the coloured candidates for the jobs will do well ….


          • Guest Who says:

            Let’s see him go near the BBC Nihal Network, which mainly serves W1A friends and family.


    • StewGreen says:

      The Tice video is up now
      .. https://twitter.com/TalkTV/status/1613849338266157064

      Chris Skidmore like many/most MPs has never had a proper job. School, uni, political gofer, MP. Basically were being run by a bunch of ex students with no experience of real life still following their student ideas like zero carbon


  46. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    In the Daily Mail I looked at the comments following an article about Andrew Bridgen and his vaccine comments.

    The top comment has received 1481 up votes supporting Mr Bridgen and has 88 down votes against him.
    All the following comments have similar voting ratios supporting him.
    It’s the same for those criticising him where the down votes are massively more than the green up votes.

    Bridgen has the public with him. Sunak should realise he has got the mood of the population completely the wrong way round.

    Mind, it’s the same with the rest of their policies whether it’s net zero, immigration or just about anything else they are doing.
    They (politicians) should be there to make things better for us not to go against us at every opportunity.


    • Loobyloo says:

      He’s just following orders


    • StewGreen says:

      Michael Fabricant is on TalkTV attacking Bridgen
      The presenter is not letting him get away with it easily.

      Now another MP Adam Holloway is supporting Bridgens right to speak freely
      “I’m very worried about free speech”

      The GBnews presenters appear to be two serving MP Ester McVey and her husband Philip Davies MP
      I hope they use their TV salaries to pay staff to do their day job.


      • Guest Who says:

        There are a gutter level cabal of MPs who will jump on any bandwagon to get on telly.

        Just as there are a raft of media addict NGOs desperate to be featured.

        An MP shouldn’t be allowed to put lives at risk

        On Wednesday a Conservative MP was suspended from his party for spreading misinformation and conspiracy theories about Covid vaccines.

        It was right that the Conservative Party took action. But up until this week Andrew Bridgen had been enabled to peddle dangerous, false claims for months without consequence —online, and in Parliament.

        It is unacceptable that an MP should be allowed to put lives at risk like this. MPs are meant to be honest but they are not being held to account.

        Since December Full Fact has repeatedly called on Andrew Bridgen to correct the record after making false and misleading claims, including that Covid-19 vaccines aren’t recommended while pregnant or breastfeeding. He failed to do so.

        We then contacted Full Fact supporters in Andrew Bridgen’s constituency to ask for their help. We were grateful to everyone who wrote to Mr Bridgen to ask that he correct the record, and disappointed that he again refused.


        Contacted who, Full Fact? Supporters of yours?

        This is media mob rule and is not healthy.


      • albion49 says:

        Esther McVey and Philip Davies are two of the best Conservative MPs we have!


    • digg says:

      In my view, any organisation or scientific or medical body who are confident that they are full possession of the facts they would not be afraid to debate this with opposers, producing evidence to back up their stance. That’s the way science has to work.

      The fact that these bodies are in fact screaming
      “Misinformation” and trying to silence stuff every time they are challenged tells me all I need to know about their faith in their own position.

      This is all about big pharma and money!

      Plus now they have made it work, they will repeat it. It’s just to good an opportunity to cash in for them.


  47. Eddy Booth says:

    Ukraine defence minister: We are a de facto member of Nato alliance

    Reminds me of 1999 Serbia war, when the muslim Kosova Liberation Army terrorists said NATO were their air force,
    and they were.

    “Russian President Vladimir Putin has framed his invasion of Ukraine as an existential battle against Western countries that want to weaken Russia.”

    Hard to frame it any other way, West meaning globalist new world order style countries.

    The Russian offensive is led by the mercenary Wagner Group, whose founder Yevgeny Prigozhin, a long-time Putin ally, has become a vocal critic of the Russian army’s performance in Ukraine.”

    Bitchy BBC never miss a chance to try to show division- at least in one side of the war.