453 Responses to Midweek 1 March 2023

  1. Zephir says:

    I can think of only a few in this country that actively and publicly demonstrate hate:

    Muslim activists

    Black activists

    Trans activists

    They are all hateful and full of bile and intolerance


  2. Zephir says:


    • Guest Who says:

      Turmoil in the W1A cubicle gardens vs. upper floors.


      • MarkyMark says:

        “To cite the other person you just said that would *trigger you Sam Harris*, Mark Steyn said this the other day, *this is the conversation we will be having when the Mullahs nuke us*.Everyone will be discussing if someone is transgender despite the fact they’ve had no operation (ref Jack Monroe in UK)” – Douglas Murray when he’s angry, but he still makes sense.

        *this is the conversation we will be having when the Mullahs nuke us*

        *this is the conversation we will be having when the Mullahs nuke us*


  3. Zephir says:

    And, our favourite gobshite minority have this to say:

    “Gay sauna’s bid for sex entertainment licence prompts ‘˜homophobia and hate’

    A gay sauna’s bid to gain a sex establishment licence provoked a groundswell of ‘homophobic and hateful’ comments, the Herald & Post can exclusively reveal.

    Greenhouse Health Club, which has been running for more than 18 years, attempted to gain the licence so that it can sell sex toys and show adult films within its premises on Crawley Road, Luton.

    But after more than 430 Bury Park residents signed a petition to counter the proposal the sauna decided to withdraw its application.

    One of those who signed the petition claimed that Greenhouse “will bring unpleasant diseases to our communities”, while another slammed the owner for having “no shame” and attempting to expand the business with something “so disgusting near and around holy surroundings.”

    Others labelled the sauna “immoral”, “crazy” and “dangerous for our children”.



  4. Zephir says:

    Bear in mind, this is islamic Luton:

    “One of the petition’s signatories wrote that homosexuality stems from “brain diseases/malfunction” and “incorrect thinking”.

    The comments have been denounced by LGBT rights charity Stonewall, which told the Herald & Post that the language used is “homophobic and hateful”.


  5. Zephir says:

    Surely, something so hateful and homophobic the bbc would be sending helicopters full of outraged journalists to investigate ?

    Surely ?

    Rampant and blatant homophobia in modern Britain…an outrage ?


    Still waiting, like the raped schoolgirls, still waiting for justice


  6. Fedup2 says:

    Looks like the covid Chinese virus inquiry is going to be both a whitewash and take years – judging by comments the baroness hallet today in response to the excellent leaks .

    That inquiry must be done and dusted by the end of this year – but it’s gonna be a blue labour crap show as usual


  7. Zephir says:

    Meanwhile, at the completely unbiased bbc:

    “A rise in teenagers involved with neo-Nazi groups and far-right extremism is “incredibly alarming”, a counter-terrorism detective has said.”



  8. Guest Who says:


    Really, she doesn’t seem the type /sarc

    Maybe the BBC can check her next daily studio visit? /sarc

    Still, if verified we all know Labour will be transparent /sarc

    Now, about those reduced council taxes in Wandsworth…


  9. Zephir says:

    A wimmin bully ???

    said before and say it again the number of times I have seen them ganged upon on an individual, they learn it in the playground, men get hit so learn not to do it

    40 years in work at least five times seen gangs of wimmin bullies now happening to my wife, all whilst sucking up and flirting with the male boss


  10. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Nothing to do with bbbc.

    I’ve just watched The Godfather, all 3+ hours of it.

    I’ve seen it before but as you (me) get on a bit I’d forgotten much of it.
    Bits kept coming back such as the horse head in the bed and throughout the film the theme tune fitted wonderfully.

    What was missing was everything that gets forced into the modern films.
    No mixed race families or no lgbtqwertetc (at least I didn’t notice any)
    I could understand every word, no mumbling as in ‘modern’ films.
    No swearing that I noticed.

    There was plenty of blood and snot, they didn’t hold back, but it worked.

    I find myself watching more of the Talking Pictures and TCM movies along with the oldies on various channels.
    I now avoid all the new films, not just because they are all virtue signalling woke rubbish but also because you can almost always work out who the baddie is as it’s always the white guy.
    There’s no surprise endings anymore as that’s no longer allowed in todays films.


  11. Zephir says:

    And. in the same vein:

    labours latest bandwagon of wimmin victims:

    According to the data given by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, worldwide, 78.7% of homicide victims are men, and in 193 of the 202 listed countries or regions, men were more likely to be killed than women.



  12. Zephir says:

    Or shall we just go to official government statistics that show Starmer is a bloody liar:

    “Males maintain higher risk of being victim to personal crime than females. In 2021/22, 3.3% of males were victim to personal crime, compared to 2.9% of females.”



  13. Zephir says:

    An interesting sidebar from the official statistics

    TV licence evasion was the offence with the highest proportion of female defendants in 2021. In 2021, 75% of those prosecuted for TV licence evasion were female. This offence accounted for 18% of all female prosecutions.

    the bbc can make you a criminal if you do not pay for their massive salaries, so much for their social justice crap

    each and everyone of them on their gold plated pensions and expense accounts should hang their heads in shame if they had one iota of how hypocrital they are


    • moggie63 says:

      Hypocrisy and lack of shame are just 2 of the qualities the Beeb look for in candidates. They don’t specify this, of course, because none of the hiring staff know what either of the words mean.


  14. digg says:

    A trend exposing the nastiness of the Marxist-Communists in our midst appears to be getting underway at last in the West.

    The despicable Lori Lightfoot has been dumped in the US over the appalling state she has got her city into following hard-left Marxist policies.

    Parents in the US are now standing up en-mass to the hordes of warped lefty educators who really want to enlist an army of lefty youngsters via hideous political and sexual indoctrination to turn them against their parents.

    Large corps in the West are beginning to question and dispose of the infiltrators they were obliged to embrace as Diversity Officers. Disney for instance is now a basket case as is the CNN news channel.

    The US is waking up to what games the Chinese may have been playing with Covid.

    Celebrities and legal vultures who fell in behind the nasty criminals the UK tried to deport have fallen silent on the news of the vicious murder that one of those “saved” animals have now gone on to commit.

    If Biden and his cohorts don’t snap out of their tacit weak-willed support for these creatures he and his population will eventually pay the price.

    People are waking up and smelling the coffee.

    Meanwhile we are all a few steps forward towards outright war with Marxism as China’s face is put out of joint.


    • Zephir says:


      I know where you are coming from, a big reveal of the sickness in the complicit media would shock.

      It is slowly being revealed who have lied and been complicit in their attempts to turn the western world into the 1970s style USSR


    • Fedup2 says:

      Digg – I think it’s too late – there is nt full democracy there because voting /. counting is corrupted …
      And there has been little objection to what happened –


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Tunnel 29 sounds an interesting book. The Missus is reading it at the moment. It is the story of how East Germany got transformed in the commie hell-hole.

      1) Mad German marxists bolt to Moscow Hotels for duration of WW2
      2) Plan to come back as *socialists* with Ulbricht fingered by Stalin.
      3) Plane load lands at Berlin airport on day Adolf snuffs himself.
      4) Infest themselves into critical positions of power to turn E. Germany into a massive gulag.


  15. Zephir says:

    How thick are bbc employees really ?

    We demand tax payers pay more and we avoid tax ourselves

    We insist on more blacks and wimmin yet insist we keep our own jobs

    we ignore muslim mass rape yet make headlines of 15 year old children with right wing sympathies

    we demand a muzzie terrorist is returned to the country she hates cos she was only young….


  16. Scroblene says:

    Senora O’Blene and I are immersed in the whole set of the ‘Carry on’ flicks at the moment!

    Fabulous cheeky humour, none of the woke crap around today, funnily enough, an all-white cast, and plenty of references to queers and foreigners which get a huge laugh!

    I’m looking forward to seeing the same sort of ads for the banks, the woke supermarkets etc., but don’t think I’ll bother to buy, borrow or use these facilities…


  17. Zephir says:

    Call me a conspiracy theorist if you will

    the bbc is infested with muzzies

    criticism of christianity

    criticism of hinduism

    criticism of Bhuddism



    • digg says:

      Absolutely agree Zephir. I bet there are very few staff meetings at the BBC that don’t have quite a few of this species around determined to slant and dictate the direction. Meanwhile any staff not fully onboard will be accused of racism and removed from the picture. It’s the way they work to gradually assume power and control.

      If it takes some heavy duty right-wingers to take on these sneaky infiltrators then so be it.

      The blinded great and good in the UK have swallowed the racism card and so are useful bedfellows towards the final goal which is Muslim control and suppression of all other groups in the UK without a shadow of doubt.


  18. Zelazek says:

    Another gripe about the 6 o’clock TV News.

    What was all that stuff about Ed Sheeran? It isn’t news.

    Basically he got depressed after a couple of life’s bitter blows. The songs that will appear on his next album reflect that low mood. The commercial appeal of the songs was not a priority for him on this album.

    That might be interesting on an arts programme. But it doesn’t belong on the news.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Ed who ?


    • Deborah says:

      I presume the piece guarantees some BBC bods free tickets to Ed’s next concerts. For an organisation that doesn’t have adverts, the News sure highlights concerts, musicians, plays BBC types would like to be seen at.


      • JohnC says:

        They do it a huge amount with ‘record of the week’ guaranteeing daily publicity and play, ‘album of the week ‘ etc etc.

        And very often they are all from the same BBC ‘favourites’ who also get to perform new singles live and things like that. Same for presenters personal friends who also regularly get publicity slots. Jonathan Ross was the worst – especially pushing David Tennant.

        It stinks to high heaven – but then so do many things at the corrupt BBC. Where do you start ?.


  19. Zephir says:

    Arguably, the most peaceful religion on earth yet the bbc muzzies are on it, and attack it:

    “The darker side of Buddhism

    The principle of non-violence is central to Buddhist teachings, but in Sri Lanka some Buddhist monks are being accused of stirring up hostility towards other faiths and ethnic minorities. Their hard line is causing increasing concern.”


    Lets call it what it is : muslim hateful and racist sh@t stirrers employed by the bbc :

    their favourite words to create false news:





  20. Richard Pinder says:

    Dr. Robert Malone, President, International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists explains the roll of the BBC in Global censorship & propaganda, to the Mexican Senate.

    Much of the national US and global response was managed by the National Security apparatus and Department of Defense of the United States, acting together with the Department of Homeland Security, and these activities included a massive propaganda, psychological operations and censorship program which acted as part of a globally harmonized program in coordination with the World Health Organization, GAVI, CEPI, CDC, EMA and the BBC-Managed Trusted News Initiative to restrict public access and counter any information different from the WHO-approved narrative regarding SARS-CoV-2, COVID, drug treatment protocols and vaccine safety and efficacy . Distribution of any information contradicting official WHO or CDC messaging was deemed mis- dis- or mal-information and defined as potential domestic terrorism. The US Government, and many separate US federal agencies, coordinated closely with WHO, large technology and social media companies to censor and control all information concerning virus, drugs, and vaccines: https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/prepared-testimony-pandemic-response

    So Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is trying to kick the BBC out of the United States for Federal antitrust law violation of the Sherman Act, and the Mexican Senate could kick the BBC out of Mexico.


  21. StewGreen says:

    Monday : Local TV news is talking about art made by mothers
    grieved by suicide
    One features an XR logo as if #ClimateAnxiety played a part in his suicide
    RIP 25 years old ..he had a doctorate in something


  22. Eddy Booth says:

    “Remains of baby found this afternoon
    Police have said that officers discovered the remains of a baby this afternoon, near where Constance Marten and Mark Gordon were arrested.”


    The girl’s father -creep Napier Marten and the police need charging for hounding her into having to sleep rough to avoid them.


    • Zephir says:

      A child is dead, who has the primary responsibilty for the child ?

      (in this case not the black one, never, must be someone else)


      • Zephir says:

        Prepare yourself for another bbc anti police campaign and, of course the sympathy outpouring for the wimmin on this

        No white male here

        No one held to account


      • Fedup2 says:

        I thought it would disappear and be fox food …. But it will be of value to know the cause of death …


        • Zephir says:

          With respect, there is no “it”
          “it” only applies because we have no knowledge of gender,

          the poor soul who had no chance in life

          No doubt the racist bbc will apply all emotions toward the father because he is of a certain hue


  23. Fedup2 says:

    By accident I caught a bit of C4 news – they were talking about the comments in the leaked virus messages and had an F wit called ‘lord bethel ‘ who sniggered like a public school boy whilst talking about the deaths of thousands of Old People in Care Homes ….
    His lack of self awareness and the seriousness of what those c words were doing was fully evident . They are damned .
    The inquiry hasn’t produced any product yet – even immediate measures to meet the next infection – such as stockpiles of working PPE.
    It struck me of echoes of the sheer incompetence of failing to have sufficient gas reserves to keep the country warm for weeks as opposed to Effing hours …..

    The rotten government can’t be out quick enough …


    • Zephir says:

      And yet you can talk casually about a child being fox food


      • Fedup2 says:

        Surely the worst thing that could have happened was the permanent disappearance of that baby . And the speculation would have been never ending .

        If you can’t handle an outcome which I described that’s for you . Maybe we come from different worlds and I’ve seen a lot of what foxes do . And shot a few …


        • Zephir says:

          An “outcome” please, we do call some here out for being disrespectful and obviously that is a matter of opinion, yours for the death of that child, well your opinion

          Foxes have a right to life, I’ve seen a lot of what humans do, never shot a few, despite being tempted

          each to their own, I suppose


      • JohnC says:

        Thats the circle of life Zephir.

        Even worse in the ocean.

        Once something is dead, whatever made it unique is gone.

        A fox got into my sisters chicken house which had rescued battery hens and they were very friendly, comical things. It killed the lot for no reason other than instinct to kill.


  24. Guest Who says:

    Further to the earlier discussions on wind turbines…


    • JohnC says:

      I tried to find out just how much wind power cost when all costs, subsidies etc are taken into account.

      The fact that everything had weasel words like ‘Time to recover the cost of the energy used to manufacture it’ led me to conclude was not economically viable at all and nobody wanted me to know.

      It will be hidden under ‘green tax’ I suppose.


  25. Zephir says:

    Those sofa adverts

    go for it girls if you don’t yora waycist innit

    Baby …forget about that

    Not opinion, experience, there is a difference, a look at the number of fatherless black kids may inform


  26. Thoughtful says:

    The state-backed British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has defended a one-sided article attacking Japan for refusing to embrace mass migration.

    Kishida emphasised that “[f]ocusing attention on policies regarding children and child-rearing is an issue that cannot wait and cannot be postponed,” seemingly not mentioning immigration — but that did not stop the BBC from crowbarring it into the article as a supposed solution for the country’s ills.



    • Zephir says:

      Like the UK, the Japanese have few things they would probably like to brush under the carpet.

      But give them their due.

      They invented bukkake and economical cars

      (Although, ironically, I have never come across a Datsun at a bukkake party)


  27. BRISSLES says:

    FINALLY – I have completed the marathon task of viewing Silent Witness. The last few series have been beyond painful to watch, but I persevered.

    Series 26 was catastrophically dreadful. New characters introduced – one of whom was a young Jewish apprentice who had lost his way in his faith. OK, but the casting director surely could have found an actor who didn’t sound or act like a 10 year old in a school play ! No intonation whatsoever in his voice, no personality, no acting skills so where did they get him Alastair Michael – again, painful to watch and listen.
    Then a deaf actress who plays a teenage student relative of Jack’s. Supposedly to be 16 but looked more like a sturdy 30 year old. Suddenly all the characters from not knowing ‘sign’ in episode 1 are experts in signing by the end of the series .
    Finally the new Prof in charge who only speaks in scientific gobbledegook, and has the personality of a cardboard box.

    I need a medal and stiff drink for enduring this garbage, but if any of the above characters return for series 27 then I won’t be watching.


    • Zephir says:

      Brissles I recommend Black Sails

      and, by the way, what strange village do you hail from North of Stevenage that has been overdeveloped because there is none, Weston is still the same as it always has been, the Clothall estate is a blight upon Baldock but was never a village.

      And, beware I know of further plans


      • BRISSLES says:

        Zeph, take a trip up the A1 and come off at junction 10. In the past 15 years there have been around 10 sizeable housing developments surrounding our once little oasis known as Stotfold, and the old 3 Counties Asylum hospital, currently known as the behemoth Fairfield Estate is still expanding at the rate of knots with no signs of slowing down. Given that Stotfold surgery is the 2nd worst in Beds, we have umpteen thousands now clamouring to be registered there.

        It appears that local governments are powerless to reject any new developments, because developers just go straight to the Sec of State who rubber stamps any new proposals.


        • Zephir says:


          Stotfold , not quite north, I know the old dodder who is into steam engines and has his party every year

          I also had the misfortune to know the Howard brothers who handled PA for rock bands but used to partake a little to much

          Still wake up in a cold sweat from nightmares when I was playing a guitar solo in front of hundreds and could not hear my guitar whilst the Howard brothers were in a drunken sleep over the volume controls

          The Green lagoon was a genuine oasis of calm but recently polluted by noise from your aforementioned housing


    • JohnC says:

      They are gradually making everything a complete farce in the name of social engineering.

      The latest Father Brown is basically unwatchable rubbish now. The original set of sidekicks have all disappeared overnight (with the most tenuous of excuses) and now his ‘little helpers’ are two women – and one is black. In the 1950’s.

      Not just us though : I started watching ‘The Last Of Us’ (rated 9.2 on IMDB) and the general Wokeness trick now seems to have evolved to get a popular male star as the lead (so people will actually watch it) then make the majority of the supporting cast ‘strong women’ with a few weak/greedy/corrupt while males scattered around to be taught a lesson or two by the women.

      No doubt the weak BBC plagiarists have copied that trick.

      ‘Vera’ is still the worst though. I remember the early series were excellent. Then all of a sudden half the people in Newcastle (<1% black) turned black and were in mixed race marriages. What made it a complete joke is that everyone had Newcastle accents except the black people because they clearly had to be shipped in from Londonistan. And not forgetting the disabled dwarf woman in a wheelchair who never put a foot wrong. Vera only shouted at the white males.


  28. Zephir says:


  29. Zephir says:


    • TrickCyclist says:

      You want Pirates?
      Try the trailer for the new super-woke ‘Peter Pan and Wendy.’
      If you dare!
      The twin black girl ‘Lost Boys’ (“SO-O-O?”) are the most irritating thing I’ve seen this week.
      From Disney, who else?


  30. tomo says:

    Well, that cheered me up a wee bit.


  31. Guest Who says:

    That thing I mentioned earlier about ‘the establishment’, pols, and media? This:

    This is what results.


    • Thoughtful says:

      Or in other word total and utter cowardice yet again.


      • JohnC says:

        Boris is an empty sheel but with charisma and public appeal. He’s only as good as whoever is telling him what to do.

        It was a great combination with Cromwell – sorry – Cummins. Not so great with NutNut.

        (You might guess I’m currently reading the last book about Henry VIII by Hilary Mantel)


  32. JohnC says:

    Frogmore Cottage: Harry and Meghan ‘requested to vacate’ property

    Not quite a cottage though : it has 10 bedrooms.

    Not interested in the story in the slightest – but anything involving Andrew (odious character he might be – but who has been ruined by misandrists because he took a jump with an attractive girl who had done it many times before when it was offered on a plate) is always worth a peek.

    Sure enough, they re-run the original accusations against him just to keep them fresh – even though they have absolutely nothing to do with the story.


  33. JohnC says:

    Watch Kate beat William in spin class endurance race

    Yet another utterly sexist headline from the BBC clearly written with glee. There is no doubt whatsoever that misandry is the driving force behind it.

    There is no chance whatsoever that they would write ‘Watch William beat Kate in spin class endurance race

    It’s these gross double standards (which are even worse for racism) which are why the ethics of the Leftists at the BBC disgust me so much.


  34. Zephir says:

    Don’t worry John C

    I’ve fired a complaint into the far left, racist and sexist bbc

    I don’t often do it because they are the only organisation in my experience that NEVER admits they are at fault or have made an error.

    But, I had some time to spare, so I thought I would point out their continual criticism of EVERY religion except for one,

    I’ll leave you to think which one

    I’m still awaiting a reply from the Baghdad Broadcasting corporation and will keep you updated.


  35. Zephir says:

    What kind of moron fuckwit at the bbc could ever attempt this?

    “The darker side of Buddhism”


    30 May 2015



    • JohnC says:

      One trying to make the many murderers in the name of Islam seem not so bad.

      And of course Buddhists won’t come and stab him in the neck if they are offended.


  36. Zephir says:

    BBC you can trust us….

    “The principle of non-violence is central to Buddhist teachings, but”

    there we go, the “but”

    Shall we have a look at the number of christians killed by muslims ?
    Nope, never by the bbc

    The number of churches bombed and desecrated by muslims ?

    Nope, never by the bbc

    non-violence is central to Buddhist teachings

    But…according to the bbc they are violent


  37. JohnC says:

    Ukraine war: Images show devastated towns near front line

    I see all the destroyed tanks are Russian. That means Ukraine are winning right ?.

    The best though is ‘The same church’s heavily damaged interior’ which appears entirely untouched apart from the light fell down from the ceiling.


    And of course who could forget ‘A woman called Maria looks at the damage done to the building she once lived in in Kramatorsk, Donetsk’ when she is facing in the opposite direction with her eyes closed. I will bet my hat they have no clue whatsoever whether ‘Maria’ is her name and whether she lived there or not.


    The truth is whatever the BBC decide it is these days. And the more OFCOM let them get away with it, the worse they get.


    • Zephir says:

      Oh come on, that first pic is from Only Fools and Horses

      What next ?

      Stalin as Uncle Arthur ? The world is your lobster, Zelensky,

      Eeeh who dares…


    • G says:

      Has OFCOM registered with the WEF?


  38. Terminal Moraine says:

    Not BBC but I had a look at the Guardian’s coverage of the Hancock affair, where they’re noticeably quiet. Their piece on the FBI covid lab leak assessment shows zero interest in scientific integrity, or the massive failure of public health bodies, or the Orwellian censorship imposed — but quickly pivots to a dull political lecture.

    Why would the Guardian miss such a golden opportunity to stick the knife into a Tory government? Could it have anything to do with the $3,499,032 grant they received from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation in 2020 for Global Health and Development Public Awareness and Analysis?

    Meanwhile no.1 story on their site: “Fossil fuel companies donated $700m to US universities over 10 years — Funding at 27 universities can shift not just research agendas, but also policy in the direction the industry prefers, report says”

    “Fearless, independent, reader-funded”, the Guardian call themselves. They’re a joke of an organisation who don’t have even a microgram of self-awareness.



    • JohnC says:

      Well, thanks a lot TM : I ended up browsing The Guardian and now my blood is boiling.

      Why ?.

      ‘Elon Musk’s defense of Scott Adams shows why he is misguided and dangerous’

      Apparently Scott Adams (creator of Dilbert) quoted a poll which states only 53% of black people agree with the statement ‘It’s OK to be white’. So he said that to him, that constitues a hate group.

      Wow – apparently that is the most racist thing anyone could ever say and now he has been ‘cancelled’ by the MSM.

      So I then checked the BBC report:

      ‘Elon Musk defends racist tirade by Dilbert creator Scott Adams’

      And to my astonishment – but not surprise – they lead with:

      ‘In the video, Mr Adams, who is white, said black Americans were part of a “hate group” and white people should “get the hell away” from them.’

      No mention whatsoever about the context – ie responding to the poll results. That isn’t even mentioned until right near the end. Absolutely disgraceful manipulation yet again by the BBC.

      Perhaps he should have also added how a random black person is 7 times more likely to stab you than a random white person.

      Then they tell us:
      ‘Twitter’s CEO tweeted media that used to be racist against non-whites is now “racist against whites & Asians”.’

      Not quite right Elon : Only non-Muslim Asians. No Lefty coward dare criticise Muslim’s in case they offend them.

      If ‘It’s OK to be white’ is so hugely racist, why isn’t ‘Black lives Matter’ ?. Or ‘Black Power’ ?. Or all the Black-only organisations, programs, events etc ?.

      Elon is not dangerous Guardian : YOU and the BBC are with your gross double standards and hypocrisy you employ whilst trying to force the society YOU have decided is right. Many like you have tried already. It always failed after you got total power and started murdering dissenters.

      What I find highly amusing is how the same BAME author (Siva Vaidhyanathan) also wrote another article all about ‘free speech’. Seems the word ‘free’ is not what it used to be.

      It’s also a bit odd how an academic in Virginia is writing columns for a British newspaper. Obviously none extreme enough for him at home.


      • Zephir says:

        Blacks attacking asians, especially of the “yellow” kind is prevalent in the USA primarily.

        I could provide many examples, a simple google search will suffice to provide many examples

        It is simply racism, which is NEVER acknowledged by the current administration, a racial minority frequently singled out and attacked by black people, yet a minority that does not bang on and on about the unfairness of their chosen country, possibly because the argument holds no value.

        Education, family, looking after your kids, these values they hold that others it seems do not.

        I don’t hear too many rap songs extolling these values.

        And for some strange, bizarre reason they are the ones that flourish in life, how can that be in a racist society ?

        Well, there’s a thing to ponder


        • JohnC says:

          Believe it or not, The Guardian (again) informed me that it’s wrong to accuse black people of committing all those extremely racist, cold-blooded attacks on elderly Asian people because – and I quote – ‘you can’t fight racism with more racism’.

          These racists who infest the BBC and The Guardian make me sick. They are appalling, shallow individuals who don’t care about anything except themselves and their own perceived sense of moral superiority. Hitler felt the same : right-wing whites are the new untermensch.


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  40. Zephir says:


  41. Zephir says:

    We could say that not all of a minority are all of the same kind

    then we could look at Notting Hill carnival

    Luton carnival and the gang fights


    South Sudan

    Kingstown, Jamaica

    South Africa

    Hackney on a Saturday night

    Every bleeding country in the middle east, and Rotherham and Bradford

    A pattern seems to emerge

    Chinese ? Japanese ?


    time for a Panorama investigation ? fat bloody chance of that happening.


  42. Fedup2 says:


    Comrade Robinson v Isabel Oakeshott

    Wow a real bust up. Comrade Robinson caring less about the consequence of the release of messages and more about direct personal attacks on ms Oakeshott .( who would be described as unapproved ).

    I believe Oakeshott is right in pushing the agenda of the Chinese virus inquiry and to get answers for the public .
    Curiously comrade Robinson is on the side of cover ups by ministers .

    Amazing that comrade Robinson defends Hancock and cares less about all those who may have died unnecessarily or been harmed unnecessarily and their loved ones .

    This combat lasted for 10 minutes and shows comrade Robinson for what he is . Whether the BBC is trying maintain corporate approval from the government ? Anyone listening to the exchanges can draw their conclusions .

    In my view Oakeshott won this combat and comrade Robinson sounded shabby and a loyal son of the State .

    BTW – for Hancock to keep all those messages to a journo and expect them not to be made public shows what a drip he is .


    • Fedup2 says:

      Today 2

      It’s a sick day where you need to read between the lines . This because the final part of the inquiry into the Islamic mass murder at Manchester arena is being published this Thursday afternoon .
      Wait for the word ‘Islam ‘ or ‘Muslim ‘ and you’ll wait a long time . In fact if you didn’t know – you’d be struggling to know the motivation of the killer / suicide bomber .

      And it’s a good example of how every day Islam is being given a free pass – shielded from proper criticism in the name of some false notion of ‘community cohesion ‘ ……


      • Fedup2 says:

        Today 3

        0727 – it seems Matthew Hancock was listening to the Oakeshott attempted assassination and contacted the BBC to deny he had sent a ‘menacing message’ to Oakeshott at 1.20 am ….
        I guess we will be seeing the message later on and draw our own view ……


        • MarkyMark says:

          Matt Hancock, who lost the Tory whip after it was announced he would be appearing on the ITV programme, is still being paid as an independent MP and is rumoured to have been paid £400,000 to appear on the I’m a celebrity.


          Jeremy Hunt: everyone will be paying more tax after autumn statement 2022

          Everyone. Everyone. Everyone.

          Theresa May, Former UK PM earned £1.86 million in her 2 years since leaving Downing Street, figures show

          Barry Gardiner defends donations worth £500,000 from Chinese agent

          Matt Hancock, who lost the Tory whip after it was announced he would be appearing on the ITV programme, is still being paid as an independent MP and is rumoured to have been paid £400,000 to appear on the I’m a celebrity.

          Boris Johnson earns £315,000 for 30 minute speech and ‘fireside chat’ in United States

          Chuka Umunna Advisory Board of The Progressive Centre UK think tank (also known as Global Progress)

          Jeremy Corbyn Labour party leader accepted up to £20,000 (about $27,000) for appearances on the Iranian state broadcast network Press TV

          Keir Starmer £18,450 from Harper Collins as an advance payment for a book.

          Boris Johnson Accommodation for a private holiday for my partner and me, value £15,000 Destination of visit: St Vincent and the Grenadines

          Jeremy Hunt £10,000 from Citigroup Centre for speaking at an event on 9 March 2021. Hours: 4 hrs. Fee paid direct to charity. (Charity not mentioned)

          Nadhim Zahawi MP promises to repay the part of £5,822.27 expenses claim for second home energy bills that relates to electricity for stables

          MPs to get £2,200 pay rise from April for ‘dramatically increased’ duties last year

          Philip Hammond accepts £2,000 watch from Saudi sheikh, despite ban on donating expensive gifts


  43. MarkyMark says:

    They don’t live there? They have a house in LA?
    Give it up for migrants?
    Frogmore Cottage: Harry and Meghan ‘requested to vacate’ property



  44. MarkyMark says:

    Follow the science …..

    Downing Street’s director of communications, Lee Cain, warned that “nervous parents would freak out” if Scotland’s example was not followed, while Sir Chris said there were no strong reasons for or against the policy, and that the issue was “not worth an argument”.


    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


    • taffman says:

      So, do masks work ?
      ‘Covid deniers’ were told to follow the science . Where does Sturgeon come into this ‘science’ ?
      Follow the Sturgeon.


  45. MarkyMark says:

    Why now?

    “Isabel Oakeshott says Matt Hancock sent her a ‘menacing message'”

    Note – she writes books for Hand-in-cock and Boris! HA HA HA H!


  46. Zephir says:


    For some unfathomable reason, you get a free pass from our self appointed fact checker who will jump on anyone posting things more than a week old

    But at least have the grace to only do it once or twice a day. Obviously some references may be required to support an opinion, but…..

    Either that, or maybe change your nomenclature to “This article is more than 1 year old”


    • MarkyMark says:

      I feel like a leftie liberal shout keeps shouting until they get what they want – afraid that is how they work and how we should respond. Repeat until the kids believe it is true.

      I do try to add date at beginning – will try harder – biased bbc rate a commenter score 7/10.


  47. Dickie says:



  48. Zephir says:

    @ Markymark

    [MARCH 2, 2023]

    Damn, thanks for that forgot the car tax, back in a minute


  49. AsISeeIt says:

    Colonel Sanders to be Locked down in Level 4 panic, scientist says edition

    On a morning when we read of: Families’ fury as Hancock texts reveal Covid blunders (Daily Mirror) – and the rather less sentimentalised: Hancock’s ‘rearguard action’ to shut down schools (Telegraph)…

    The Guardian meanwhile – as is its habit – frets over managerial legalistic process: Confidence in Covid inquiry hit after leak of Hancock messages

    And, mind you, the Guardian fights – alongside other still extant Tory ministers – a rearguard action on behalf of their prize Lockdown policy: Ministers were battling to maintain confidence in the official Covid inquiry last night after it emerged that Matt Hancock had entrusted more than 100,000 official WhatsApp messages to a journalist known to be an outspoken critic of Lockdowns (Guardian) – Oh the humanity! Oh the bureaucracy! Oh the experts! Oh the computer modelling!

    Amusingly (inevitably) the BBC online news review, true to form, puts the Guardian attempting news-squashing frontpage before the Telegraph news-breaking frontpage

    The only conclusion intended to come out of that official inquiry was supposed to have been ‘sooner, harder, longer’ [TM Keir Starmer]

    One often criticises the Telegraph hereabouts for its luke warm conservatism and rather comfy armchair, sleepy and observational, culture war battling. And sometimes they surrender – columnist Allison Pearson recently came out in favour of pantomime marriages at Church of England altars.

    But let’s give credit where credit is due.

    It was the Telegraph afterall which published the MPs expenses details back in the day.

    The due process-loving Guardian was uncomforable with that sort of open democracy – at the time Guardianistas were more than a little snarky – it being a Labour government in power and all: MPs’ expenses scandal gains Telegraph more than 600,000 sales… Telegraph’s circulation upswing from MPs’ expenses scandal shows no sign of diminishing, 11 days into story (Guardian, May 2009)

    Lefty Remainer pro-Lockdown journos now prepare to circle the wagons and say to hell with the public interest: Opinion by Ian Dunt… Oakeshott’s betrayal of Hancock hurts journalism (‘i’)

    Isabel Oakeshott broke the story, now the Telegraph have a: Lockdown Files Team on the case

    Friends, predictably, the wheels are coming off, I’m buying popcorn in bulk

    So here we are again with the Gruan siding with (or at least putting the case for) the slimiest thing ever to crawl out of the I’m A Celebrity jungle: ‘[The Telegraph] used stolen messages that have been doctored’ Matt Hancock Former Health Secretary – respect due to his former office, apparently. The popular Daily Star abbreviates their reference to him with: Shaming of Coco – as in their red-nosed green-wigged clown charicature.

    Speaking of which… Matt, like his house newspaper, is on top form today. He draws some viruses remarking: “It’s terrifying how easily WhatsApp messages can be passed from person to person”

    Mr AsI has already launched a bats were innocent campaign when the previous shoe dropped about the lab leak.

    Speaking of which… the formerly chronically coronaphobic ‘i’ newspaper champions a whole new round of jabbing: UK chickens may get jabs to stop bird flu spread in humans – despite: No scientific evidence of disease spread between wild mammals in UK (‘i’)

    You’ll perhaps recall not so very long ago: Boris Johnson’s US trade deal hopes face new blow as peers set to block chlorinated chicken imports (Independent)

    The experts are at it again: Scientist leading UK battle against bird flu tells i if threat increases from Level 3 to 4 ‘we have got to be concerned about human transmission’ (‘i’)

    Jabbed chicken drumsticks, anyone? Who gets the hope there’s no side effects wish bone?

    Bird Flu? I liked the notion of dumping 100 tones of Lemsip in Lake Windermere.

    Poor old Colonel Sanders. No sooner have we pulled the ol’ southern gennelman’s statues down than we’ll be putting police emergency keep out tape around the high street KFC

    The community won’t be happy about that.


    • Zephir says:

      Fried chicken ? how very dare you, that’s waycist

      You have probably upset a few of the county line drug dealers on here with your casual remarks.