174 Responses to Weekend 4 March 2023

  1. Kaiser says:

    one more for me


  2. Nibor says:

    One of the reasons the Soviet Union failed and other tyrannies like it failed was because it had the likes of the KGB , Stasi , Securitate monitoring the people .
    These secret police organisations took a lot of resources from the productive part of the state and consumed them with no positive outcome .
    When the Hungarian revolution of 1956 was looking successful two AVO men were left in the streets with their huge , by Eastern Bloc standards, pay packets affixed to them to show what a draw these secret police had on the economy .

    Now in the west particularly Britain we have two types of spooks who are drawing on our resources.
    The first is MI5 watching an imported fifth column that common sense says we should not have here .
    The second are the diversity officers , equality managers et al in all government departments and most corporations.
    They have to be paid for .

    Britain has to be competitive. It’s no good the likes of the BBC and other half wits blathering on about productivity when the Powers That Be put millstones round our necks that drag the economy down . China doesn’t have diversity managers . India doesn’t have equality officers . Poland and the eastern bloc don’t need to bother with them . Or monitor third world illegals .
    Hungary had to learn the hard way . We are unlearning the soft way .


  3. JohnC says:

    Ukraine war: US sends Kyiv more ammunition amid fears stocks running short

    It is beyond belief that anyone can now deny that Ukraine is being used as a proxy for the USA to fight Russia. If the USA stopped arming them, the country would collapse in days.

    It’s worrying because Zelensky is now 100% a puppet of the USA and will do whatever they tell him to. He would sign a peace deal tomorrow if instructed.

    I’m not debating whether it’s right or wrong : I’m just amazed at how much we are misled. Ukraine and Brexit have been real eyeopeners for me about how much we are lied to.


    • StewGreen says:

      On the contrary, Russia from the beginning was starting a war with the US and West
      The small boy in the playground was being protected by them and Putin reached and over started punching him again and again


      • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

        And just what has Victoria Nuland been up to the past few years?
        Can you explain how come she was an innocent bystander? It doesn’t look that way to me.

        I call this the “Nuland and Putins” war.


      • JohnC says:

        Yes Stew. Just like Russia was protecting Cuba.

        ‘Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev decided to agree to Cuba’s request to place nuclear missiles there to deter future harassment of Cuba.’

        The root of the problem here is that NATO are no longer a combined deterrent, they are political and have become a tool of US foreign policy. Which they were never meant to be. And because of that they are causing the very thing they were supposed to prevent.

        I’m quite sure Putin very much wants to bring Ukraine back into a new Soviet Union – but it is NATO which gave him a reason to do it.


      • Dickie says:


        • Fedup2 says:

          There’s a snippet of Sergei Lavrov ? On twitter at a conference in India where he is laughed at by the audience when he says The West started the’ war’in Ukraine …..
          India dumped morality for cheap oil – but will still take UK money and send its ‘people to the UK ….. but on the up side – it’s not the evil Pakistan ….


  4. Deborah says:

    Just occasionally Local BBC news can be of use. This morning I was driving out of the town when I saw an unmarked car with its window open. The driver appeared to hold a camera out of the window. I thought it couldn’t be a camera van because it was unmarked and a car but fortunately, I hope, I was only doing 30. This evening Peter Levy started his piece by saying speed camera vehicles don’t have to be marked. They then moved to a piece on the very road I had been driving along. As a public service announcement, I am warning people who read this site, watch out for black cars parked in odd areas, especially if they have someone in a high viz jacket sitting in them.

    The sneaky so and so’s are getting sneakier.

    And I haven’t even mentioned the arrogance of a certain mayor and his cameras.


    • JohnC says:

      Puts the ‘deterrent’ argument into perspective.

      Local to me they simply took down the very small 40 signs from the lamp posts which then defaulted the speed limit to 30.

      Muggins here was blissfully unaware until a letter came through demanding money with menaces. I never even saw the copper who got me.


      • tomo says:

        Probably not even a police officer – more likely a bureaucrat from the local speed camera partnership.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Probably a fired plod on the ever lengthening ‘banned from being a plod naughty step/ sex offender ‘list


    • Kaiser says:

      we are always suss around here when we see a transit van with two rear doors and one window


  5. JohnC says:

    Joe Biden had cancerous skin lesion removed, White House says

    So we finally have an article about Bidens health on the BBC. It’s something the media harassed Trump’s doctor for nearly every day then went totally silent when Biden was ‘elected’.

    So I read this with interest looking for the same as everyone else : how addled is his brain.

    And what do I find ?

    ‘The president, 80, had a physical exam in February which the White House said found him healthy and “fit for duty”‘

    So he is ‘fit for duty’ – but quite specifically worded by the BBC to only mean physically fit without saying it directly.

    Because they know as well as the rest of us that the guy has dementia and I strongly suspect they are now giving him drugs to perk him up for speeches.

    But the BBC and the rest of the activist MSM don’t go there because they don’t want Trump back in. And they are prepared to risk WW3 with this idiot in charge while they do it.

    When I read these articles, I often imagine how they would write exactly the same story but – say – if it were Trump or Boris who had lost their marbles. It would be totally different.

    I agree with Musk 100% : the MSM is now full of Leftist activists who consider their ideology overrides truth. Not a journalist or an ethic to be found.


  6. StewGreen says:

    Terrorist police charge man with having library book half a day over due.

    If the video is accurate then that’s about the measure
    of this story
    “FFfff Far right leader who led Hull demo charged with ‘stirring racial hatred’ by anti-terrorism police”

    The reporter emigrated from Singapore to Hull


    • maxincony says:


      Terrorist police charge man with having library book half a day over due.

      If the video is accurate then that’s about the measure of this story

      The video you are promoting is by the Neo-Nazi; “Patriotic Alternative”; an organisation you seem to be overtly fond of. It features Sam Melia, who has been charged with stirring up racial hatred.


      This is one of his “pro-White stickers”.


      The reporter emigrated from Singapore to Hull

      Such an interesting coda to your post, Stew. Speaks volumes.


      • JohnC says:

        What speaks volumes maxi is how you have no answer to the vast majority of comments here and have to resort to cherry picking whatever scraps you can find.

        For example, those stickers you claim are ‘pro-White’ do not refer to anyones colour at all. They refer to what is being done to our culture. They are pro-British. But I suppose that’s racist in your bizarre world by now – even though the very notion is nonsense.

        You remind of that insane woman screaming ‘racist’ at Tommy Robinson in the video a while back while he repeatedly asked her to name something he said which was racist. Her being unable to answer his question but just shouting ‘racist’ again spoke volumes about YOU people maxi. Pure hate.

        ‘It’s almost as if this is just another episode of Hull Live and Aditi Rane spreading racist anti-White propaganda.’

        Not familiar with ‘Hull Live’ are you maxi ?. It’s nearly as far-Left as you are. Go educate yourself then read the comments they always draw and then realise why I laugh at you for supporting their stories.

        As usual – like a normal spiteful lefty – you go for the man, not the ball. Is the actual point of the story true or not ?. I have no idea.


        • JohnC says:

          LMAO: Here’s the activist, sorry, ‘journalist’ maxi links to. I wonder if anybody has ever actually consulated her for advice on dealing with the REAL world.


          She gets ‘far right’ in no less than 5 times in a report about a protest. No mention whatsoever about the ‘counter protestors’ and why it was ‘tense’.

          And yet they can’t get any description of motivation into ANY Islamic terrorist attacks – even when they blow children to pieces with a suicide bomb.

          Can you spell JOKE maxi ?.
          How utterly lopsided.


        • Guest Who says:

          Has Sadiq Khan made Maxi his groom of the stool yet?


      • Dickie says:

        Maxi’s out of his Petri dish again😂


      • atlas_shrugged says:

        Awwww Marxi where have you been. I have been playing your tune for you:


    • StewGreen says:

      So Maxi was quite triggered because I included a Twitter thread I came across.
      A thread where a Hull guy takes on a reporter about her strange hyperbolic Hull Mail article
      He says it’s strange cos it monsters a man yet fails to detail what he’s supposed to have done wrong.
      The Hull guy then replied with a 1 hour debunk video by the accused man
      which seems very convincing

      I am totally open to Maxi tackling the arguments the guy made in the video
      However Maxi chose not to do that
      He upped the monstering of the guy, but supplied no proper evidence for his monster labels
      Instead he posted an image of what he says is one of the 2019 stickers
      That image appears to be doctored by a vandal adding a Star of David on later

      All that seems to use intimidation to deter people from making such posts
      Why should I not mention a situation that the reporter uses in her own stories that she is a recent immigrant from Singapore
      writing news stories which involve immigration control issues ?
      Why should I not mention that the alleged offences date to 2019
      So it is strange that charges against such open activity take 4 years to start.

      For some strange reason the Twitter embeds on this page are not showing up in my browser
      They do in another browser

      People have a right to see both sides of a story so I will include links this time
      Twitter thread : https://twitter.com/WestHullensian/status/1629259499084054529
      One hour video : https://odysee.com/@LauraTowler:3/SamVsCT:8
      unpicking such issues are complex
      when I have been inside anarchist meeting it’s seemed some baddies were actually undercover cops
      It is right to question if bad actors are feds implanted to smear a political movement.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Stew – you are gifting the troll an ego boost by referring to it – as I’m i by writing to you . Nothing changes . An 0140 dump on the site – never referring to the BBC and runs away until next time – 0200 Thursday s . The drugs don’t work ….. and we will win .


        • Deborah says:

          I am just relieved I didn’t get a lecture by Maxi on road safety, for being relieved at only doing 30 by the speed camera. Maxi, you missed an opportunity.


  7. StewGreen says:

    ITV local news At the Yorkshire cricket witch trials
    St Rafiq says Michael Vaughan must prove he is not guilty of racism..

    Tomorrow he’ll put Vaughan in the ducking stool
    If vaughan drowns that proves he’s innocent


    • Scroblene says:

      The BBC are just loving this ‘story, which actually highlights a lot of the problems British sport faces these days, in that imported players from other countries, however good they are, will get their training in one of the best nations for fair play and excellent skills, then use all that against a British team in an international event!

      It does happen the other way of course, but I don’t remember any British sportsman whinging about being an outsider when he went abroad to collect some skills.

      Yorkshire’s old legacy of only employing Yorkshire men was clearly a throw-back to the ‘old days’, but this race-card opportunity has all been blown out of proportion by the likes of the tiresome yapping from the woke MSM, and definitely the BBC.


  8. JohnC says:

    Tom Sizemore: Saving Private Ryan actor dies at 61 after brain aneurysm

    Another Hollywood luvvie gets the full BBC treatment. They can’t help wetting their panties over anyone famous.

    So many names to drop as they run through his life. Tom Hanks, De Niro, Ridley Scott, Denzel Washington, Kevin Costner, Julia Roberts and many more. A veritable BBC wet-dream.

    Oh – but what’s this ?:

    ‘With fame and money came a heavy drug habit, and he wrote in his autobiography about addictions to heroin and crystal meth.’

    ‘In 1997, he was arrested on suspicion of assaulting his wife, actress and tennis player Maeve Quinlan. They divorced two years later.’

    ‘In 2003, he was sentenced to six months in prison for beating up his girlfriend, the former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss, and was ordered to complete more rehab and anger management.

    Ms Fleiss testified that he had also stubbed a cigarette out on her, knocked her to the ground outside his home, and made more than 70 obscenity-laced phone calls.’

    Isn’t it amazing what you can get away with without any attention from the feminists and the woke cretins if people like the BBC don’t report it ?. Yet the nasty b@stards are still doing their best to cancel JK Rowling because she pointed out some truths about biology.

    What a truly f*cked up world the Left are creating.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      ‘ Isn’t it amazing what you can get away with without any attention from the feminists and the woke cretins if people like the BBC don’t report it ?.’

      Well Jimmy Saville got away with it for decades under the noses and eyes of Al Beeb.


  9. JohnC says:

    What’s the headline article for the UK news – according to the once-great BBC – today ?.

    ‘Messages show Hancock’s reaction after kiss photo’

    Brought to you by:

    From right down in the gutter where she lives with all the other ‘quota’ clones.


  10. Fedup2 says:

    ‘Highly inappropriate and intrusive “ is the defence line used by Hancock after the amoral messages showing him trying to avoid responsibility for breaching his own dumb rules re the Chinese virus .
    It supports the view that these people have no honour – are just self serving – and will do whatever they can to keep power and privilege – in his case the affections of a courtesan .

    Oakeshott / telegraph continues to do i public service . I just hope more politicians / SPADs are destroyed .

    The bbc and others appear to have pulled back on trying to destroy oakshotte . After all his can you fight the Truth ?


  11. Fedup2 says:

    Some far left type blaming president trump for saying that the Chinese virus came from a Chinese lab . By telling what now is being accepted by US federal agencies President Trump telling the truth did a ‘disservice to humanity ‘….

    The left – msm – were / are so hating of President trump that they disagreed with everything he said – such as the truth . One for an award winning bbc fact checker – or maybe not …


    • JohnC says:

      Lots of highly embarassing articles on the internet about it – and I bet lots have been deleted.

      I’ve seen this a thousand times now. If the Left are proved utterly and completely wrong, they simply never talk about that topic again and move on to another without any shame, guilt or remorse for what they just did.

      As the resident troll proves almost every time he posts.


  12. Fedup2 says:

    There can be no doubt about the selfless dedication the senior members of the medical mafia show , for instance they are being encouraged to only demand 3x the pay of junior doctors going on strike in a couple of weeks –

    Surely they deserve more ? Perhaps 5 times the normal pay – basic can be a mere £180 000 from the NHS – without private practice or overtime . having to put up with maybe a lousy million a year for having to deal with sick types including lots of foreigners isn’t enough is it?


  13. Guest Who says:

    Given enough time, they may get a comment.

    If not, it is racist. Or far right.


    • Zephir says:

      What uncomfortable truth ? that this is not bloody Africa ??

      That the far left marxists cannot rewrite or cancel demography ?

      Uncomfortable for whom, precisely ?

      Those that do not like the truth revealed in stark, simple numbers that you cannot shout at and call waysist ?


      • Dickie says:


      • Peter Grimes says:

        ‘ That the far left marxists cannot rewrite or cancel demography ?’

        But they know that because of demography and our cowardice they will win the Long March in the end.


    • JohnC says:

      BAME complains not enough awards being given to BAME.

      Between the lines, he means him.

      Meanwhile – after ranting about how black people don’t get properly represented, he retweets this picture from the BBC:


      Seems the racist hypocrite doesn’t care when it’s whitey males who are missing.


    • StewGreen says:

      In this country you have
      White British
      European ..which includes Irish, Polish and Albanian, many Russians etc,
      White people from colonies like Oz, NZ, SA, US, Canada
      Then other white , say if you include middle eastern

      Include all 4 categories and surely 90+% of UK is white


  14. AsISeeIt says:

    The Saturday press review – in which we cast doubt on the media version of events – in this end-to-end unecrypted edition – leaked hereabouts

    Lockdown lovers – look away now

    Rock and roll is a bit of a teenaged boy thing. Frankly, these days just a nostalgia trip for our past adolescence, a guilty pleasure, a corporate money-spinner, for us middle aged chaps.

    Guns N’ Roses to headline Glastonbury festival (Guardian)

    Not exactly my cup of tea, music-wise. I still smile at the Bob Mortimer gag: “I like guns. I like roses. But I’m not so keen on Guns N’ Roses”

    All-male lineup, which includes Artic Monkeys and Elton John, is an industry problem, says organiser (Guardian) – here we go…

    If only Elton had come out as Trans this apparent problem might have been alleviated somewhat… ‘I’m a rocket woman, rocket woman… I’m not the woman they think I am at home...’ Pity, it doesn’t quite scan

    Oh well, despite what we were told at the time, turns out Bowie was straight and Elton was gay.

    Looking back at our culture the Guardian today features: The age of female rage

    The fact is that every fraction of our media-fed cultural life – even (or perhaps especially) light entertainment – must now be shot through with identity and lefty politics. We old campaigners hereabouts well know this from watching the BBC.

    The Daily Mail today delivers us a: Royal special – we read on: Why Charles’ Coronation oil will be vegan see pages 4 & 5

    The word vegan has some pretty tedious and petty connotations – how do you know if someone is vegan? Don’t worry, they’ll tell you!

    The BBC transposes the word for something nicer-sounding…

    Sacred coronation oil will be animal-cruelty free (BBC)

    I say release the royal heraldic beasts. Let the three lions go free.

    With politics too much to the fore monarchist Mr AsI will, with respectful regret, have to decline his invitation to the coronation – or at least the media coverage – for the same reasons he cancelled his TV Licence – for political reasons.

    Scots ‘should refuse to send Stone of Scone’… Alex Salmond has said… told Sky News that whoever replaces Nicola Sturgeon should refuse to let it return to London (Telegraph)

    I say, like Nicola, he can take the high road

    Let’s hope this one doesn’t go off the boil to soon: Revealed: Lockdown Lovers’ frantic search for an excuse (Telegraph) – this time not an expose of the stop at home prefering teachers’ unions, rather the sub Mills and Boon title Lockdown lovers refers to Matt Hancock and his then new squeeze Gina Coladangelo – pity that name doesn’t scan so well

    Policy-wise today’s new revelation is: Minister sought to enlist the Cabinet Secretary as he tried to force through tougher curbs on public (Telegraph) – one senses Hancock is being hung out to dry. He’s going to be the scapegoat for misbegotten Lockdowns while others escape punishment. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bloke – he said sarcastically. One learns from texting that tone and meaning can be lost. Oh well, can’t win ’em all. Just so long as they don’t dare do it to us ever again.

    Then there’s the media. Is it because they didn’t themeselves get the scoop, or is it more so because they pinned their journalistic reputations on blindly supporting Lockdown policy? Either way every mainstream media outlet bar the Telegraph is salty about Isabel Oakeshott’s exposure of the WhatsApp texts.

    Partygate (TM pending Dominic Cummings?) leaked info….well, that’s a whole different matter… a whole different side bowl of nibbles.

    Johnson may have misled Parliament over parties, say MPs (BBC)

    Partygate: fresh evidence that Johnson misled MPs… Boris Johnson appears at a gathering in 10 Downing Street on 13 November 2020 (Guardian) – photocredit goes to: Cabinet Office/PA Wire

    The left-leaning ‘i’ newspaper even resorts to dreaded leaked personal text evidence – so long as it appears to damn Bojo personally – rather than Lockdown as a policy per se: Boris Johnson comeback in peril after damning texts from own staff… Series of WhatsApp messages from his advisors casts doubt on Johnson’s version of events – oh for differing versions of events.

    The demise of Johnson will be music to the ears of Goldman Sachs office boy and placeman PM Rishi Sunak. I guess the lefty media see him realistically as the vote-loser rather than Boris who tended to win elections. So the left likely calculate Rishi can happily keep the seat warm for Starmer.

    Lockdown was a political not a medical decision. A political policy we now know even the leading civil servants and politicians didn’t really believe in – we must assume this because they didn’t adhere to their own rules. There was and still is a constituency that enjoyed Lockdown. It centred on the public sector happily taking full pay at the nation’s expense to linger about phoning it in from home for as long as possible.

    Even the arch-liberal female interest Times Magazine now approaches the subject with a knowing nod and a wink: Working or just skiving? The truth about WFH converts


  15. atlas_shrugged says:

    Has a file on the BBC been created at the Counter-Disinformation Unit?

    Are active steps being taken against the BBC by the Counter-Disinformation Unit?

    Maybe the boys in the 77th could let us know. I think we should be told.



  16. StewGreen says:

    Child spoken to over making death threats to Koran incident child
    (that’s not the BBC headline

    Death threats .
    Police said they had investigated a report of a “malicious communications offence”.
    A force spokesperson added:
    “A suspect was identified, who was also a child, and they were given words of advice by an officer.”

    The BBC page is bylined as By Julia Bryson & PA Media
    God knows why 2 credits have to go to a short 150 word story, made by copying a police statement and quoting a minister


  17. StewGreen says:

    Fancy contributing to a scheme to increase UK house prices and rents ?

    Tough you already are
    “£500m government fund to *BUY* houses for refugees including Afghans and Ukrainians”
    according to BBC Radio Lincs
    They detail in the county~
    “South Kesteven Council 21 homes
    £2.1m will come from the government-funded Local Authority Housing Fund
    and £2.4 from Housing Revenue Account reserve
    so £4.5m for 21 houses = £220K per house ”

    Boston BUYING 8 homes with £700K from the fund and £800K of it’s own
    “Lincoln council says its also taking part in the scheme” no numbers were given.


  18. Doublethinker says:

    Across the once democratic West we see a ruling elite and their lickspittles becoming increasingly unpopular as they try to foist their one world green agenda on us. They have long used propaganda and censorship to manipulate the public . With the On Line Harm bill and it’s equivalents elsewhere they are doubling down. The Internet gave us a brief window of freedom of expression but that window is about to be slammed shut.
    In addition the elite are using the judiciary and police to enforce their agenda and punish non compliance to an ever greater extent. Soon with digital currency and the demise of cash and the rise of Social Credit Systems they will have even greater control.
    We all know that we have lived through the dying days of free speech but we may now be at the start of the death of freedom to do what we like and go where we want .
    But will ordinary folk accept this massive curtailment of their freedom to live as they want? One only has to look at the US 2020 election, the fate of Brexit , the Trudeau treatment of the truckers , and the refusal of elites to accept that their citizens want change in the EU , to see that the elite cannot be removed democratically . So what happens next?
    Increasingly George Orwell seems more like a prophet than a novelist.


  19. Fedup2 says:

    Double ( and 77 brigade intel file )
    I agree that the gap between the governed and the governors is widening – and that any remaining freedoms – such as obscure sites like this – will be repressed in the name of ‘public safety ‘.
    But is there a real drive for any change ? I say no . The majority of people either don’t care because they don’t feel affected – or care less because they’ve got their bread circuses – benefits .

    Only when the bread circus benefits triangle is disturbed will a ‘majority ‘ do anything – and that will amount to fighting each other rather than the State .

    Even when an election is stolen -objection was limited to a demo in a government building – met with massive state violence – which still continues .

    .. meanwhile there’s Ken Bruce – love Ireland – singing dancing and footy to keep people from thinking or doing . And apart from the apathy weapon – people forget – and too many don’t know how to ‘question ‘ – so they still pay their effing TV licence …


    • Doublethinker says:

      But as the curtailment of freedom increases and the impact of policy hits home ; no new gas boilers, useless expensive heat pumps , no new ICE powered cars only EVs, every conceivable hotel crammed with aliens , the resent is likely to grow exponentially . The elite will try to hold on to power by any means possible. What will the people do then?


      • G says:


        Nothing but lap it up.


        • Doublethinker says:

          In the UK I’m sure that you are right , at least initially . After all we have seen our country stolen whilst we were still living in it but did virtually nothing about it! But this curtailment of freedom is happening right across the West and I don’t think that other people will be as passive as we have been. Hopefully the resistance abroad will slowly seep into the UK and the British , what is left of them, will begin to push back.
          I admit that as Fedup says bread and circuses will keep folks acquiesce for sometime but as living standards drop and things aren’t as good as they were ten,twenty years ago surely a push back will start somewhere. I probably won’t live to see it but I wish the resistors every success.


  20. tomo says:


  21. G says:



    On the verge of total bankruptcy and very likely to be blackmailed by China.

    Second online comment on YT:

    “Truth is, IMF is frustrated by the deceitful and duplicitous behaviour of the Pakistani establishment.”

    “Import the Third World and become the Third World”

    The little Sh*t Khan:


    He has been groomed for decades right back to his time with ‘Liberty’. You don’t go from obtaining a Law Degree to suddenly bcoming a, ‘Solicitor’ without passing the LPC Post-Grad diploma and then getting a Training Contract with a firm of solicitors.

    Regrettably there is no longer any justice.


    • tomo says:

      IMF is frustrated by the deceitful and duplicitous behaviour of the Pakistani establishment

      Like that’s a novelty in Pakistan?

      nobody in the middle classes and elites pays any tax

      HMRC allowed/let Pakistan based criminal gangs get away with stealing £8.5 billion from UK taxpayers.

      Khant needs a multi car convoy to walk his dog


      • G says:


        Point being, The Poison Dwarf will take Londonistan further into the direction of Islamabad.


        • tomo says:

          The Khant is a lefty zealot who believes that proper socialism as defined by him is perfect and hasn’t worked before because we didn’t have enough of it.

          Most seem to want to ignore his totalitarian direction of travel and full-on use of identity politics – I sincerely hope he triggers a full scale revolt.


  22. StewGreen says:

    Are Twitter embeds working on THIS page ?
    They don’t in my browser
    They appear then immediately seem to have white sheet thrown on top of them (I cab seem then in the HTML)

    But YouTube videos do seem to embed OK


  23. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    How unusual that partygate is all over the papers again just at the same time that they think Boris is going to try for another go as Tory party leader.
    What a coincidence.


  24. theisland says:

    We already knew/know most politicians and civil servants are self-serving creeps and deserve all they get (retributions that is and not gongs).
    Last night during his Q&A listen here Mark Steyn read out a statement from Prof. Norman Fenton, which gets to the crux of the matter.

    On March 3, 2023 at 3:00 pm, Norman Fenton wrote:
    I assume you’re aware of the NICE Guidelines (NG163) published in April 2020 (since removed) that recommended the use of midazolam etc for covid patients. But few people see to be aware that not only did the BMJ publish NG163 but, on 20 April 2020, it published a rapid response letter (https://www.bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m1461/rr-1) by eminent experts in palliative care warning of the dangers of administering treatment more appropriate for end-of-life care to covid patients. This provides more evidence for the hypothesis that it was the catastrophic response to the virus – and not the virus itself – which was the main factor in the excess death peak in spring 2020. The release of the whatsapp nonsense now serves 2 purposes: 1) to distract attention away from the impact of the NG163 death protocol; and 2) to get people used to the idea that future ‘pandemics’ need to be managed by more ‘competent’ international organisations like the WHO.

    Given the impending global tyranny of the WHO Pandemic Treaty (and who supports it) the timing of the whatsapp ‘revelations’ does appear suspicious.
    The nudge is that we need to agree to the WHO treaty because our politicians are sneering and incompetent (we know this to be true but the bBC etc. of course would claim it is only the Conservatives).
    Western governments like the treaty because it conveniently draws attention away from their collusion with the WEF etc. and passes the buck.

    Mark Steyn said he is speaking with James Delingpole on his podcast next Monday, which should prove interesting.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Timeline of the Mass Murder:

      March 17, 2020: The Chief Executive of the NHS instructed managers to urgently discharge all hospital patients who were medically fit to leave in order to free up a substantial number of hospital beds.

      March 19, 2020: Government Guidance issued in support of hospital discharge arrangements, announced that the existing North of England Commissioning Support (NECS) care home tracker, designed to facilitate rapid searches for available capacity in care homes, would be expanded to cover all care homes across England.

      March 23, 2020: All care home providers were to sign up and use the tracker to identify vacancies, patients were to be moved to a care home as soon as possible and could be moved to their preferred care home afterwards. The guidance also outlined funding to provide care for people discharged from hospital into institutional care settings irrespective of whether a care assessment had been completed or where their ordinary residence was. This started causing a massive spike in care home deaths.

      April 2, 2020: The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) rapid guideline NG163 is Issued. It was explicit that ‘Negative tests are not required prior to transfers / admissions into the care home’. The Care Quality Commission had been informed by care home managers that hospitals discharged people to their care home despite suspecting, or even knowing, they were infected. National bodies representing care homes complained about homes being pressured to accept residents that had not been tested. The oldest patients were evacuated from hospitals into care homes where do-not-resuscitate and nil by mouth was the order of the day, along with withdrawal of their usual medications and replaced with other medication such as midazolam, in what was effectively an end-of-life care pathway whether they had COVID or not. Laws forbidding visitation and autopsy ensured it could be quietly and conveniently buried. The government secured the entire 2-year output of all supplies of midazolam in Britain, going cap in hand to the French health service for more. Government purchases of midazolam rose by up to 1,000%. Another form of covert murder, was the withholding of safe and inexpensive treatments such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin. Emergency laws prevented visitation by relatives and autopsies.

      April 30, 2020: The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) rapid guideline NG163 is amended.

      The disappeared & censored 3 April to 30 April 2020 “Mass Murder” version of the NICE rapid guideline NG163 can be obtained from John Dee: https://jdee.substack.com/p/the-iatrogenesis-hypothesis


  25. Doublethinker says:

    I note that the Rafiq Yorkshire cricket racism row is developing exactly as most folk expected. Once his racism claims are subjected to scrutiny by a professional lawyer they begin to fall apart.
    What is more surprising is the case brought on his behalf by the ECB against a lot of YCCC employees is both amateurish and full of holes too. Like so many others eg MPs , MSM they were quick to take Rafiqs side and to believe everything that he said. Now they look ridiculously naive but although they have wrecked the lives of more than a dozen YCCC employees these idiots and Rafiq himself will not be held accountable. I bet he even keeps the six figure sum he got as compo for his mental anguish! Bugger all though for those whose lives he wrecked. UK justice in the 2020’s.


  26. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      Khan has very strange understanding of democracy and his words are reminiscent of other totalitarians . Any dissent from his view is labelled . For instance as ‘far right ‘.

      Now – every so often here – we go around the ‘definition ‘ of Far Right . And it shows that without a definition those words can be twisted to mean whatever the likes of Khan – Ahern- trudoo – Obama – Biden want them to mean .

      I think khan would exterminate those who he considers ‘far right ‘ in the same way that other totalitarians – Stalin – hitler -wouid .

      He sees it okay to describe those such as me – who object to his green crap ULEZ schemes as ‘far right ‘ . I object because people who drive cars will be severely penalised by ULEZ . The wealthier will be able to escape by getting an ‘approved’ car .
      It’s very difficult to listen to the likes of Khan and recognise a free country – it’s not . And his power comes from benefits junkies and his third world which is rapidly turning londonistan unlivable ….


  27. theisland says:




    • Fedup2 says:

      Oh look – an out of touch MP – how unusual ….


      • Dickie says:

        Perhaps all MPs should volunteer to accommodate these uninvited illegals in their own homes instead of hotels, after all think of the dosh they could claim from the taxpayers.


        • Fedup2 says:

          I looked up elphike on wiki . She has a 24% majority . I reckon she thinks she is untouchable – but she is in the wrong party – and next time I reckon Conservatives just won’t vote for her …. So out of touch …


    • StewGreen says:

      Martin’s first tweet there shows antifa-lite
      vastly outnumbered by those normal pre-printed StandUpToRacism signs* they carry and leave as litter afterwards
      One of the antifa-lite women is carrying a large placard with an image of a Union Jack made into a swastika

      Daubney The activists posing as journalists at ⁦@Kent_Online ⁩ aren’t normally shy about calling out hate.
      So it’s odd that they see fit to post a picture of a Union Flag made into a swastika from today’s Dover protest…

      * I think the preprinted signc come from a Socialist Worker/union funded op.

      BTW That woman actually CREATED that image and took it to the streets to intimidate protesters on their march against government open borders policy
      BUT Last year Darren Brady (a former squaddie) was actually arrested by Hampshire Police for merely RETWEETING a tweet satirising new rainbow flags by making 4 of them form a swastika
      The police said his retweet was causing unacceptable anxiety
      … charges were later dropped.


    • StewGreen says:

      The second Daubney tweet exposes another one of their crazy preprinted signs

      There is a protest in Dover today, about £10million/day on hotels for asylum seekers, the alleged rape of a local girl plus the continued sexual harassment of schoolgirls by refugee boys

      Yet the anti-protesters are blaming… Tory austerity?
      Has somebody scooped their brains out?

      He follows that with this


  28. tomo says:

    Anybody who doesn’t agree with me is…


    • StewGreen says:

      Daniel Bostock wrote a song about this
      “INTOLERANCE is the preference of the Far Left
      who portray everyone else as …… FFF FAR RIGHT”


    • harry142857 says:

      What a vile ‘woman. Did she tweet whilst sober!???


  29. tomo says:


  30. StewGreen says:

    Newsnight got badly ratioed
    and the reporter named Khan put her own account into protected mode


  31. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      Thanks for putting that up Tomo . The point Carlson makes carries over to the UK . But the extreme way it operates in the US is pretty frightening . How did Democracy become such a disposable joke ….


  32. king crimson says:

    Who says the bbc don’t do comedy!

    I was in stitches after reading this article.



    • Zephir says:


      “Louise Gourlay in Bicester, Oxfordshire, said her military training kicked in and hit the floor when she heard the bang.

      “I’m ex-military, so I immediately ‘jumped on my belt buckle’ that’s a move where I jumped straight down stomach to the floor,” she said”

      Not a word, of course about the contiual explosions at night by the Indians and their Diwali……………….


  33. Fedup2 says:

    I see that the kill Oakeshott campaign has switched from the BBC – comrade Robinson – to Murdock news with Cathy Newman now attacking the messenger as opposed to the message .
    Apparently oakshott cut the interview off live . Personally it shows a lack of judgement being ‘interviewed ‘ by comrade Newman at all …

    Hopefully some social media lines so damaging to the blue labour / Hancock gang will be released on Sunday to finish them off ….


  34. Jeff says:

    There’s an awful lot of bad news this week, so this is just a little light relief…

    A couple of weeks ago Raquel Welch died. Today, on Talking Pictures they showed her 1966 film, One Million Years BC. I think I can say without fear of contradiction, it’s got to be one of the worst films ever made. It’s really not good.

    However, it does have a couple of redeeming features…in the very shapely form of the nubile Raquel running along a beach wearing nothing but a very flimsy fur bikini. I think that when the director ran out of ideas (which was often) he just said, “Eh, Raquel, just jog up and down a bit, can you?” And she did. No complaints there.

    My mate and I were too young to get in to see this classic when it reached our neck of the woods in the late 60s, but my pal was tall and thin and already had a bit of “bum fluff” sprouting, while I was chubby with a face as smooth as a baby’s bottom. So, I donned a pair of stick-on Elvis sideburns, bought from a local joke shop and we bluffed our way in. Happy and innocent memories.

    I can honestly say they don’t make ’em like that any more.

    And I’m not only talking about the film…


    • Fedup2 says:



    • TrickCyclist says:

      Sorry you think it’s a bad movie! Personally, I like all of those movies with monsters animated by Ray Harryhausen – even more so with Ms. Welch in her prime.
      Harryhausen once said in an interview that if prehistoric women were really like Raquel Welch we haven’t evolved, we’ve regressed.
      Ain’t that the truth!


      • Fedup2 says:

        Damn I missed the film on the excellent’ Talking Pictures ‘- which I’m glad to think has a growing audience and growing number of advertisers …

        .. I wonder if they are going to repeat million years BC or just show highlights ….

        I’m sure Ray Garryhausen did a film where skeletons fight ‘people ‘ which frightened the hell out of me – I was 35 at the time …


        • TrickCyclist says:

          I believe that scene with the skeletons from Jason and the Argonauts is regarded as his best work.
          If you’re at home during the day, Crown Court on TPTV is worth a look too.
          It does make you feel like you’re truanting from school, though. . .


          • Fedup2 says:

            Thanks – I remember watching’ Crown Court ‘ the first time round – really quality daytime TV – and my record button is set for it now … thanks for the reminder ….

            … anyone … if you E not looked at what ‘talking pictures ‘ puts out – go take a look …. There is some seriously good stuff from a better time ….


        • Peter Grimes says:

          If you saw it when first released, that puts you at about 95, Fed.



        • Peter Grimes says:

          Scariest film I ever saw was ‘Race with the Devil’.

          Still remember the last scenes.


      • Jeff says:

        She was all natural woman…

        I know I’m of a certain vintage, but I think women in those days looked better…more feminine…less fake…

        No collagen or ghastly tattoos and as for those horrendous goldfish lips and stitched on eyebrows… and Raquel’s thruppennies were real and didn’t look like they were about to explode on impact.

        Those were the days my friend…


        • Scroblene says:

          Senora O’Blene and I watched ‘Carry on up the jungle’ the other night…

          You can bet your house and it’s contents that it won’t ever get an airing on the BBC these days, as all the coloured natives were just that, indigenous, and didn’t speak a single word, (therefore wouldn’t get paid as much), and Sid James’ ‘bearer/guard, was Bernard Bresslaw, blacked up for his part!

          But we really did laugh out loud in ‘Carry on cruising’, where Kenneth Williams introduces himself to Peter Butterworth, (Spanish-speaking half-built hotel manager), as Stuart Farquhar, to which Peter responds, ‘Stupid what’…’

          Had to rewind for a second hoot!


        • Peter Grimes says:

          Most of today’s reality tv ‘beauties’ are dumpy, over slapped-up, no better than they ought to be slags.

          And as for their speech…common as muck.


        • atlas_shrugged says:


          Not to mention it was must have been cheaper to feed them too.

          Have you seen the weight of some of these female MPs recently? A whole horse just would not do.


  35. Dickie says:

    Welcome to the mad, mad world of the neocon liberal globalists. Believe some idiot(s) have also been talking about rationing:


  36. Guest Who says:

    The TMI delivers.


  37. Flotsam says:

    So Matt Hancock wanted to up the pandemic ante by dispersing a new Covid variant in order to scare us into obedience.

    Could the Covid story get more crazy?


  38. JohnC says:

    Rishi Sunak to end asylum claims from small boat arrivals

    ‘Anyone arriving in the UK on a small boat will be prevented from claiming asylum, under new laws expected to be announced next week.’

    Am I missing something here ?.

    If it’s as simple as passing a law like that, how come it wasn’t done years ago ?.

    An article by:

    BBC: #hideouslyfemale #hideouslyBAME

    If it’s OK for #hideouslywhite then anyone who takes offence at those can kiss my white ass.


    • Scroblene says:

      Apparently, Michael Howard said the same thing way back when he was Leader of the Tory Party!

      Blair started the rot and it managed to steamroll forwards with every successive government saying they’d do something, and eventually never achieving any way to stop the unplanned influx.

      Good discussion on LBC very early today with the superb Ali Miraj, who took calls from anyone on the subject, and made some excellent comments himself!


  39. Guest Who says:

    Get them young. Albeit, not many.

    The word has gone out.

    In our shire the bbc local democracy media are getting excited at thousands of pounds getting blown on a farm getting a ‘climate audit’.


    • G says:

      Without green things imposed by Governments impeding, it would be ‘sustainable’ as it has for thousands of years.


  40. Guest Who says:

    Sopes and BS and Larry media distancing.


    • Guest Who says:

      How long before Springster rejoins them?


  41. Guest Who says:

    With Billy Connolly in twilight years, there is a comedic case for BBC Glaswidgian being established.


  42. AsISeeIt says:

    Putting it mildly edition

    The BBC online press review observes, mildly: A variety of stories lead Sunday’s papers

    The BBC’s two picks for top tales this Sunday again miss the mark by a mile: Newspaper headlines: Sunak’s migrant plan and Harry’s ‘broken home’

    One would contend that doesn’t quite catch the significance of the moment. There’s only one real story emerging this week. One recalls that important journalistic axiom coined we believe by William Randolf Hearst: ‘News is something someone doesn’t want printed; all else is advertising’

    The Sunday Telegraph goes with: The Lockdown Files

    One is almost tempted to conjure images of that classic government conspiracy and cover up TV series The X-Files

    Right-leaning journo Isabel Oakeshott plays our female protagonist Dana Scully: Government didn’t consider how scare tactics would affect most vulnerable (Telegraph)

    Frontpage photo reproduces a stark image from: A government television advertisement in January 2021 imploring the public ‘to stay at home and protect the NHS’. Psychologists have called the ‘fear tactics’ in health campaigns ‘grossly unethical’ – a Doomwatch-like masked and visored (formerly angelic) nurse leers out at us accusingly like a latterday Kitchener demanding: Your Country Needs You or perhaps it’s Big Brother warning us he’s: Watching You

    Our BBC may not like it but The Telegraph sees the significance of Hancock’s WhatsApp revelations – he’s the would-be Foxy Mulder to Oakeshott’s Scully – however, the broadsheet has put a cast of dozens on their Lockdown Files Reporting Team

    House cartoonist Matt joins in – often he’s seen to be the very sharpest of the pencils in the box cutting straight to the meat of the matter going where print journos fear to go. He depicts a customer at the counter of a mobile phone shop: “Is it just for messaging friends and family, or will you be using it to impose an unnecessary Lockdown on the whole country” – one might have improved the gag just a tad perhaps by naming the phone shop T Blair & Co International

    There’s no doubt that Hancock in particular along with certain civil servants are now carrying the can for an entire cabinet of lilly livered Tories (including Sunak) who failed to object publically to the nonsense at the time.

    Hancock’s plan to ‘frighten the pants off’ the public. Leaked WhatsApp messages show how ex-health secretary wanted to ‘deploy’ new virus varient to ensure compliance (Telegraph leader)

    Britain’s top civil servant has been accused of Left-wing bias by senior Tories after he dismissed concerns about Covid rules as “pure Conservative ideology” (Telegraph)

    Even our BBC has to acknowledge – a la The X-Files“the truth is out there” – It always was but now it’s well and truly out there in the mainstream: Matt Hancock: Leaked messages suggest plan to frighten public (BBC) – putting it about as mildly as possible.

    The left-leaning Observer editor, having loved Lockdown and now unwilling to feed off the crumbs from the Telegraph’s big scoops (despite our civil liberties) also uninterested in Prince Harry plumps instead to go with a reliable perennial couple of leftist Aunt Sallies: ‘He’s gone full Trump’: Tories turn on Johnson over Partygate (Observer)

    There’s an interesting amalgam of notions there. On the one hand pushing the Partygate issue tends to defend Lockdown policies so beloved of Big Statist lefties. It underlines Tory hypocrisy in the guise of Boris to an extent – but perhaps only if you keep believing in the true efficacy of Lockdowns – otherwise you might think good old BoJo, what a lad, he wasn’t really taken in by all that puritanical therapeutic state guff. And then there’s the fact that attacks on Johnson help Sunak cling on for a couple more years. Rishi, the placeman seat-warmer for Starmer.

    Oh, there’s one more thing…

    Rishi: Make no mistake, I’ll deport Channel migrants (The Mail on Sunday) – yeah, yeah, we’ve heard it all before.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      So much truth in this biting sketch.



      • Fedup2 says:

        Yes Bravo – and following on – that Starmer will be the greatest Red Labour PM since Attlee – what ever he does using the model now applied to Obama-Biden .

        I just hope that the Oakeshott revelations put a firework under the expensive and lazy inquiry – plodding along until – say – 2027/8 and not coming up with much .

        So I will fill in the gaps . J. Hunt bares the biggest responsibility for failing to plan properly for pandemics . He was sec state of health for years . Then Hancock took over and was there for about 4 moths before the virus hit .
        The initial TV images of overwhelmed Italian hospitals frightened the hell out of every government and the frenzy began .

        The only thing that really mattered was making sure there were not similar images here . – off the books – out of site stuff like care homes didn’t matter – but dead NHS staff did –
        And on it went – destroying the economy – imposing full time fear on us and doing god knows what to the weak minded …. As well as inbreeding state dependency now flourishing….


  43. Guest Who says:

    I would dearly like to know the media remuneration process behind such efforts, but Vile is clearly addicted to hit money.

    Or is simply thick.


  44. Guest Who says:

    Seems wise.


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      There seems to be a lot of this about at the moment.

      BUT don’t go thinking it’s the Jabba-jabba no no no


  45. Guest Who says:

    A Vessel that long ago slipped its moorings, oozed over the horizon, bobbed about unkempt on unforgiving salty seas, rusted to a shadow, and sank unmourned to the dark depths.


    • G says:


      Just think though, the Puppet Masters in Davos must surely have reached the point where they think to themselves, ‘we’ll get nowhere dealing with this bunch of clowns’. As they witness more and more the people rising in the EU and US.

      I bet the WEF are hoping someone will turn the military out to deal with the protestors or, in their eyes, insurrectionists.


  46. digg says:

    What absolute tossers the BBC are, throughout the pandemic they rejected any idea that the public were being frightened into submission to bow down to the draconian rules, now they are siding with the idea that Hancock was trying to frighten the public into submission to the draconian rules.

    Not a political decision to switch colours by the BBC of course!


  47. andyjsnape says:

    Mrs. Brown’s Boys to return to BBC One & BBC iPlayer with all new four-part mini-series

    Set to return for fourth series, I wonder if they will flog it for 30 years like Last of the summer wine

    Another reason not to watch bBC


  48. gb123 says:

    I would love to see the beeb bring back a series like Warship. It would be fun watching the heart failures as they try to make it politically correct. The navy , numbering over 100 ships at that time, in that series seemed to run on booze, fags and beating enemies.


  49. digg says:

    I notice the Telegraph are using the Hancock lockdown files to boost their subscription sign-up, You can get access to the WhatsApp files by forking out 18 quid a month.

    So this is the state our national news media have reached is it?

    Journalists have become chugger salesmen.

    What a pathetic outfit and their attempts to paint this as a national service in the name of transparency is just a trick and a joke!


    • Fedup2 says:

      It’s so refreshing to see a ‘kill the messenger ‘ on this site . I’m glad to be paying something like £4 a month to the DT . The service Oakeshott has do to us seeing what we were all subjected to by the likes of Hancock and Johnson is precious . .

      We need to recall the huge hardship people suffered because of arbitrary exercises of the state in the pandemic – particularly those unable to see their loved ones at the time of death – meanwhile Hancock and his gang were looking as more ways of frightening people and pushing out unproven vaccines and making money for their mates ….

      The drama is going to be great when it goes to Netflix

      And as for Hancock – surely if he cared about his privacy enough he wouldn’t have given all that stuff to a journo and would have enforced the NDA by now …..

      I unDerstand there is another week of revelations which I hope will bury a lot of political careers

      The twitter is full of messenger killers and I’m finding myself looking less and less at it . …..


      • digg says:

        I can see where you are coming from FedUp2 and agree shady stuff by politicians needs to be revealed. I just find it a bit odd that a journalist with a conviction that certain facts should be revealed to the public should choose to do it via a news outlet who then put it behind a paywall. Seems more like an income stream opportunity than a public service to me!