Midweek 22 March 2023

A couple of easy bias targets for the Far Left BBC – Tuesday gives the unchallenged report of Dame Casey – Wednesday provides the Parliamentary kangaroo court on the conduct of a former PM . But is gives us more evidence of their institutional bias . They like ‘institutional ‘….

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440 Responses to Midweek 22 March 2023

  1. Kaiser says:

    me again
    death to the bbc


  2. digg says:

    Watching 100% black thugs being banged up for horrible, violent murders on I think c4. Thinking why is this not a thing on mainstream news?

    Seems to suggest that most murders are black instigators.

    And it’s always drugs/money related.

    Nothing on mainstream news re this….

    Are we being blindsided?

    And if so , why?

    Don’t tell me I f****ng know why.

    Leave it to the TV junior squad woke twats and we will be like a third world country before we know it.

    But it’s great for diversity!

    No…. better to go after Boris for having a. Glass of wine. The horrible twats!


  3. MarkyMark says:

    The United Kingdom will pay Rwanda an “economic transformation and integration fund” amounting to £120 million, and will also fund each immigrant between £20,000 and £30,000 for their relocation and temporary accommodation in the scheme.



  4. Thoughtful says:

    Now we learn the idiots in charge have allowed defence manufacturing to deteriorate to such an extent we cannot even supply Ukraine because we inthe West cannot manufacture enough explosives!
    That would of course be the case if the cretins placed the orders which they haven’t as yet so Ukraine will run ou of ammunition soon.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Centrica – the owner of British Gas – closed the Rough gas storage off the Yorkshire coast in the North Sea five years ago, saying it did not make financial sense to pay for costly repairs. The government did not offer financial support, saying it was “content” to see it close.30 Oct 2022


      Closure of UK’s largest gas storage site ‘could mean volatile prices’
      This article is more than 5 years old
      Shuttering of Rough facility off Yorkshire coast by British Gas owner Centrica will increase dependence on imports, say critics

      increase dependence on imports

      increase dependence on imports


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      Relevant Skills and Experience
      Amber brings a wealth of real-world experience in energy, policy and business.


    • Dickie says:

      Nothing like supplying arms and ammo to a bunch of nazis. Keep the war going, after all its good business for the western military industrial complex and the neocon politicians



      • Rob in Cheshire says:


        Putin just called. Your brain is ready for collection any time you need it.


        • kingkp says:

          It looks like you haven’t got one to collect.


        • JohnC says:

          Sorry, but I’m sick to death of this narrow minded view that if you in any way do not fully support our role in this war and think Ukraine is wonderful, you must therefore be a supporter of Putin.

          Putins a bastard and so are the Ukranians. I trust Zalensky about as much as I trust Putin. This war didn’t just start a year ago and it’s about far more than we are being told. It’s got the same fingerprints on it as all the other wars such as Iraq. And WE are fully complicit in all of them.

          This is about the new world order. The USA (and by extension, us) don’t give a flying f*ck about how many Ukranians get killed. The Nord stream pipeline and repeated sabotage of any attempts to stop it is proof enough of that for me.


    • G says:

      I’ve said before, here, that China, working with Russia, will formally step in soon with its immaculate marching forces just when Nato is depleted of ammo. Well planned I predict.


      • Peter Grimes says:

        Will their marching forces be wearing more serviceable footwear than the (Chinese) tyres with which Putin’s APV’s were shod?


  5. StewGreen says:

    7:54pm I switch on TalkTV and their resident crazy lefty is saying “people cannot afford their 4 or pieces of veg per day”

    neither the presenter Jeremy Kyle nor the other TalkTV presenter Kevin challenged that FakeNews
    I guess they live in millionaire words and don’t understand how plentiful cheap fruit and veg are in this country


    • StewGreen says:

      BTW yesterday TalkTV’s other resident crazy lefty @NicolaThorp_was jumping up and down and saying “It’s Arrestmas Eve, I am so excited about Trump getting arrested tomorrow”

      FFS she is in the UK, how hatey is she, if she excited about perverted justice towards Trump in America ?


  6. Eddy Booth says:

    Something to watch if you’re tired of woke modern stuff.
    I know the book is highly lauded – I could never get far into it.
    But I’m liking this Russian film adaptation.
    A little melodramatic in places when showing the poverty and relationships.
    But I love the scenes between the police detective (or whatever they were called in 1860’s) and the murderer.
    English subtitles are labelled Russian.
    In two parts, only 480 quality.

    Crime and Punishment (1970) – Volume 1 (1/2) with English subtitles (Full movie)


  7. JohnC says:

    CCTV image released after elderly man set on fire outside mosque

    This came up on my phone (not by the BBC) and I was shocked at how barbaric it was. An 82 year old Muslim pensioner doused in petrol in the street and deliberately set on fire.

    I wondered why I hadn’t seen it on the BBC : this would normally be a lengthy story with buckets of empathy for this innocent ‘victim’ who suffered this awful attack. So I searched and found and extremely brief BBC article. Just basic facts only. Almost as if they didn’t want to report it. I for one never saw it on their website.

    This is despite it being described by police as:

    ‘Metropolitan Police Det Sgt Steven Constable said the force was carrying out a full investigation into the “incredibly shocking incident”.’

    However all is explained when we see the man the police want:

    And now I also see a second similar attack was reported by the DT only yesterday in a much more lengthy article with counter-terrorist police being involved:

    Second elderly Muslim set on fire leaving mosque, prompting counter-terror investigation

    The BBC don’t even report that one at all as far as I can see.

    As I keep saying, the BBC don’t care one bit about black lives, Muslim lives or any BAME lives unless they can be used for their anti-white/anti-British agenda. They are the most unpleasant hypocrites I could imagine. This kind of thing shows what scum they actually are.


    • Mustapha Sheikup al-Beebi says:

      You know that old saying about people preferring radio to TV because the (mental) images are better?

      When I heard coverage of this on Radio 4, I just assumed it would turn out to be a White attacker, though not necessarily real British, and possibly from Latvia or Poland or some such.

      A horrible attack, I agree: I hope the old man can recover. But the BBC does lie by omission in these cases, almost as if it wanted to provoke social unrest … …


    • Guest Who says:


      • Guest Who says:

        Every tv station has at least one. Vile has Shola, Femi and YAB.


        • MarkyMark says:

          1985 ….

          Ahmadis suffer vicious persecution around the world. The main source of fuel for that persecution is in Pakistan, but what happens in Pakistan does not stay in Pakistan.

          I know that from my experience in the Yorkshire market town of Batley. In August 1985, when I was 11 years old, my parents organised an inter-faith meeting in the town hall. It was interrupted and disturbed when, according to West Yorkshire police,

          more than 1,000 extremists, led by Pakistani hate preachers funded by the Pakistani state, were bused in from around the country.

          The mob brutally attacked my English mother and my father, a dermatologist; my eldest brother and I; and a Welsh Ahmadi schoolteacher who was with us. My first cousin, a GP, was by chance driving through the market town that day. He saw the mob and saw his family and friends being attacked, so he stopped. He was recognised, pulled from his vehicle and savagely beaten up.



      • MarkyMark says:

        Taxi driver admits killing fellow Muslim who had wished Christians happy Easter – but claims it was because he disrespected Islam by calling himself ‘a prophet’
        Asad Shah, 40, was killed at his Glasgow shop the day before Good Friday
        Tanveer Ahmed, 32, charged with his murder and today released statement
        His lawyer read it outside court stating victim had claimed to be a prophet
        Ahmadi Muslim Mr Shah received death threats from orthodox Islamic sect
        Ahmed remanded in custody and due to appear at High Court at later date

        PUBLISHED: 16:52, 6 April 2016 | UPDATED: 20:04, 6 April 2016



    • MarkyMark says:

      TROP is a non-political, fact-based site which examines the ideological threat that Islam poses to human dignity and freedom



    • Skeldings says:

      Sorry to be flippant about a serious matter, but it occurs to me that Metropolitan Police Detective Sergeant Steven Constable would, when he joined the force, have been Police Constable Steven Constable: Constable Constable, like Kenneth Connor’s character in Carry on Constable.

      My apologies for lowering the tone.


  8. StewGreen says:

    Marianna did an anti-Musk thread it consists of about a dozen tweets with her face in most of them as well as being in the profile pic next to each one
    It’s like a horror movie

    The Like to view rate is 0.5%
    5 in each 1000 viewers like her tweet


  9. Eddy Booth says:

    ‘Ukraine war: UK defends sending depleted uranium shells after Putin warning”

    ” Shells with depleted uranium were used in Iraq and the Balkans, where some claim it was linked to birth defects.

    A 2022 UN Environment Programme (UNEP) report said depleted uranium was an environmental concern in Ukraine.

    “Depleted uranium and toxic substances in common explosives can cause skin irritation, kidney failure and increase the risks of cancer,” it said.

    “The chemical toxicity of depleted uranium is considered a more significant issue than the possible impacts of its radioactivity,” it added.’

    Aren’t we a lovely country…


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Russian tanks are more of a threat than DU, which cuts through them like a knife through butter.


  10. digg says:

    So the Met are being set up to be sacrificed on the pretence of being a bunch of misogynistic bastards… I don’t believe this for one minute, there are thousands of ordinary hard working officers in their ranks, I rather think it’s the more likely that the people who want a free ride need to get rid of them to make their life easier, increase their public support even though this means allowing the expansion of crime.

    The Met have thousands of officers and I don’t think for one minute they are all misogynistic bastards. This is simply the shite left trying to smash the system to make their own life and prospects of gaining power easier even if it means expanding the drug and crime industry.


  11. StewGreen says:

    The Boris inquiry is about whether Boris deliberately misled parliament
    but the the Privileges Committee’s press release states “Mr Johnson’s written submission contains no new documentary evidence”
    Guido demonstrates wthis is untrue
    Thus the Privileges Committee is MISLEADING parliament.
    .. Was that deliberate ?


  12. JohnC says:

    Video shows police piling on Irvo Otieno before his death in custody

    I watched this video for one reason : to see if they show what he actually did to make the police pile on top of him.

    They didn’t. It was edited out.

    There’s only one reason they would do that.

    More deliberate Leftist lying by omission with the full complicity of the BBC. They have completely covered up what this black man from Kenya did to make the police try so hard to restrain him.

    And one thing is for sure : his death cannot be allowed to be an accident. Someone MUST go down for murder or else there will be riots by BLM (and looting, but that goes without saying). And the BBC are 100% behind that.

    This story brought to you by:

    What a f*cking joke the BBC is now.


  13. JohnC says:

    Malawi cannabis: Farmers let down after paying out cash

    ‘Malawian farmer Ethel Chilembwe has paid out hundreds of dollars, cleared six hectares of land and got ready for the training, but after two years of waiting she has not cultivated a single cannabis plant.’

    I’m speechless : in what possible way do the BBC think this empathy-laden, lengthy story is in any way relevant to the British public on a British news site and entirely funded at the British public’s expense ?.

    I suppose it gives their ‘journalist’ something to do considering we are paying him regardless of what he churns out. As we do the entire BBC.


  14. Scroblene says:

    Beeboids wetting their knickers about Boris…


    Just think, they’ll have three hours for their autocue-readers and under-managers to sneer at the chap, and all at the tax-payer’s expense!

    What could be easier than all that!



  15. andyjsnape says:

    Why are Ireland’s anti-refugee protests erupting now? Look across the Irish Sea

    People have had enough, Enoch Powell was right, but the bbc for example turned the public against him


  16. Fedup2 says:

    Funny how often the UK echoes the US – today we have the equivalent of the corrupt US democrats going after an ex president – anyway – anyhow .

    And the UK – we have hattie Harmon and her kangaroo court going after an ex PM on what is essentially swamp trivial – blown up to such extent as to end him and his popularity .

    The BBC will be chief cheerleader with the likes of the obsessed comrade Robinson frothing at the mouth .

    Elsewhere the times reports that the Met police paid ‘consultant ‘ friends at Erynst and Young – a crooked accountancy firm – £500 000 tax payers money to explore the culture of the firearms branch when queer Cressida was commissioner £ and the current new broom commissioner – rowley – in charge of the first arms branch .

    The report did not find mysogeny – but seemingly didn’t look for it – I don’t know whether Saint dame Casey knew of this …

    But £500 000 tax money wasted ……


  17. Guest Who says:

    Love the sight of bbc subbing in the morning. A doubly negative quote…

    “I don’t take nothing for granted.”

    Followed by an inspired headline…

    What a man freed from a 241-year prison sentence finds strangest of all

    Comments could… not be funnier.


  18. Fedup2 says:

    Apparently the rise in inflation – now 10.4% – is ‘unexpected ‘ by the BBC . Well BBC – got a message for you – if you are an ordinary punter you know inflation is still going up – so there is no surprise
    The blue labour PM says he will half it by year end ? In his dreams – even fiddling the figures …


  19. Foscari says:

    Just another Getty Imaging snap for the BBC for their
    cost of living portfolio. This one on inflation. Day after day, after day ,after day, after day, after day, after day. The BBC with their
    advertising agency Getty’s stick it into the 85% indigenous
    population of the UK are worth SHIT when it comes to
    imaging. BIG BROTHER from the diversity department must
    be instructing Getty’s that they only want ethnic imaging .
    OR Getty’s only use ethnic models for public interest cost
    of living features. Either way this in my opinion is inverted
    racism !!


  20. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    “Sorry for turning Twitter from nurturing paradise into a place that has… trolls.”

    How Elon Musk’s tweets unleashed a wave of hate

    Because, of course, it was a garden of love before… unless you were not part of the hive.

    It is, of course, a Springster special



    • tomo says:

      Say something contentious (or flat out lie) and than cry victim and post pouty pics when challenged.

      Marianna isn’t the only “key talent” that has that in the playbook.


  21. Fedup2 says:

    After the BBC spent Tuesday kicking the met plod BBC royalty – the far left mark Easton follows up with an online piece about how it will be ‘turned round ‘….

    It’s a rhetorical question . But looking through the Report – st dame Louise fell back on the easy colour representation crap – as if coloured folk will be ‘better ‘ plod because of their various ‘tans ‘.

    But she doesn’t list the various ethnics mentioned across this site who have been charged and convicted as ‘serving plod ‘. There is a lot . Some might say (lol) that they are disproportionately criminal … best not talk about that ….now back to ‘institutional ‘…


  22. AsISeeIt says:

    Surprise, surprise and a Sharkey spotted in the water edition

    Inflation in surprise jump to 10.4% in February (BBC) – surprise? Yeah, it’s a surprise… they thought they’d fixed it…

    UK adds e-bikes and security cameras to inflation basket… In its annual update to the basket of goods and services used to track inflation, the Office for National Statistics added 26 new items and removed 16 from the more than 700 that it selects as representative of what consumers typically spend their money on… Frozen berries were introduced for the first time, partly a reflection of the popularity of home-made smoothies. Dairy-free spreads were also added, expanding the range of “free from” products, capturing the growing number of people switching to a vegan diet. (FT 13th March 2023)

    Putin: China plan could end war, but Ukraine and West not ready for peace (BBC) – that’s true enough:

    Ukraine to clinch first IMF loan to nation at war… The IMF recently changed a rule to allow loans to countries facing “exceptionally high uncertainty”… strong financing assurances are expected from donors, including the G7 and EU… the agreement would “mobilise large-scale concessional financing” for Ukraine from international donors and partners, without giving further details. (BBC)

    The unsurprised versus the unforgiven – for Brexit…

    D-day for Johnson… Rishi Sunak is unsurprised that his predecesser is trying to involve him in preceedings… (‘i’ newspaper) – talking of proceedings, Liz Truss was Rishi’s direct predecessor… but we see what the left-leaning ‘i’ is getting at.

    Someone got up with a great big smile on their face this morning: The damning report into the Met gives me hope by Jasmin Alibhai-Brown (‘i’) – not that there’s much we’ve heard in this report about reducing common or garden crime in London. We suppose that’s a secondary policing concern.

    A tiny group of middle class wimmin decide on a whim they fancy going swimming in rivers – and now we can never hear the end of their moaning about cleaning up our rivers.

    Meanwhile the hundreds of thousands of fresh water anglers (mostly chaps) are oddly quiet on the issue of clean rivers – presumably quietly getting on with their fishing.

    The UK’s official swimming rivers are too polluted to swim in. Just two rivers in the UK are designated as “bathing waters”, and both are currently rated in poor health. With more rivers set to become bathing waters, will they actually be clean enough to use? (New Scientist)

    Campaigners ask why five bathing area applications rejected for English rivers (Guardian)

    Rivers SOS How water firm chose dividends over cutting sewage (‘i’)

    Ending sewage dumping will mean higher water bills – report (BBC)

    Why we need to clean the UK’s rivers, with Feargal Sharkey… Social media posts of sewage discharging into our rivers and seas may have caught your attention recently, and the situation on a national scale is similarly gloomy. (The i Podcast, i News) – do you spot the agenda, the narrative… the Undertone?


  23. andyjsnape says:

    Veg shortages drive surprise jump in UK inflation

    Well eat less veg

    #gettimages = bBC utopia


  24. theisland says:

    Closed petition
    Do not sign any WHO Pandemic Treaty unless it is approved via public referendum
    This received a mere 156,086 signatures – probably because everyone knew it was pointless to sign it.
    The initial response (from the slithering swamp at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office on 27 May 2022) was essentially that the WHO are wonderful, and started with the phrase “COVID-19 has demonstrated that no-one is safe until we are all safe”!

    We are now informed that Parliament will ‘debate’ this petition on 17 April 2023.
    Yeah right.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “COVID-19 has demonstrated that no-one is safe until we are all safe” = “Islam, no one is safe until we are all Islamic.”


    • JohnC says:

      They don’t run referendums on anything they think they might lose.

      We only got one on the EU through desperation to pull back votes from UKIP. They would NEVER have given us it otherwise.

      We should have one on the BBC license fee. But we won’t because they already know what we would vote for.


  25. Guest Who says:

    Love the ShadCab lovelies lack of… anything.



    • MarkyMark says:

      Hmm… this page doesn’t exist. Try searching for something else.


      • Guest Who says:

        That would be sheer force of irony biting the snarky cow on her arse where the public still have a means to respond.


  26. MarkyMark says:



    In Mecca, only Muslims are allowed, while non-Muslims may not enter or pass through. Attempting to enter Mecca as a non-Muslim can result in penalties such as a fine; being in Mecca as a non-Muslim can result in deportation.



  27. Thoughtful says:

    BBC reporting on the achievement of a BAME Gay or other approved minority:

    Single handedly oversaw the implementation upgrade and deployment of a new environmental illumination system with zero cost overruns and zero safety implications.

    BBC reporting on the same where a White person has been involved:

    He changed a light bulb !


    • MarkyMark says:

      Battle of Britain: The schoolgirl who helped design the Spitfire

      Battle of Britain: The schoolgirl who helped design the Spitfire
      Meet the young mathematician who helped design the Spitfire, the iconic aircraft that took part in the Battle of Britain, which started 80 years ago today.

      Hazel Hill helped her father do the calculations that meant Spitfires could be built with eight guns instead of four. Many believe this made a big difference to the outcome of the Battle of Britain.

      ‘The Schoolgirl who Helped Win a War’ will be broadcast on the BBC News Channel at 13.30, 17.30 and 20.30 on Saturday and 10.30 and 16.30 on Sunday. It will also be available on BBC iPlayer.

      Edited Katy Hastings and Paul Riseley

      10 July 2020
      BBC News



      • JohnC says:

        lol, facebook is full of stories like that these days.

        And also claiming black people invented things when a quick check with google shows they didn’t. They were just involved with it in some way – often as part of a big team.

        I expect she did some maths for something but had no clue whatsoever about how it related to the real world.

        Anything with the word ‘iconic’ in it these days is instantly dismissed by me as being written by a groupthink idiot.


        • MarkyMark says:

          War bad.
          War good when women help.
          War bad.


        • TrickCyclist says:

          File alongside “Hidden Figures” and that Sky series about Wrens winning The Battle of the Atlantic.


      • Fedup2 says:

        I’m guessing she is coloured or touch of the tar brush . Let’s prove wimmin won the war and the boys just turned up to die …


        • JohnC says:

          What stands out a country mile to me is how all those women soldiers the BBC showed us in Ukraine (who clearly had never even held a rifle before) suddenly disappeared completely the day war broke out and were replaced by men with beards.

          I expect it was so they could get to the front for the fighting.


  28. Fedup2 says:

    I’ve got an idea

    Since the swamp has decide. Met plod is institutional this and that – maybe is should boycott all those plod shows it puts out ? And wipe the tapes of all plod shows in the past which do not show institutional this and that .

    Instead make a hard hitting series about a chippy ex coloured plod plotting their revenge about not getting promoted and going around TV studios pouring bad things on her his it’s’ previous employer – riveting

    There are so many to choose as role models …Leroy ? Mohammed ? Parm?


  29. Guest Who says:

    In which the #FBPE crowd act as bbc editors.


    https://andkeep.com/products/keep-bamboo-toothbrush-yellow? https://andkeep.com/products/keep-bamboo-toothbrush-yellow?

    That’s around quarter the price of a bargain meal plus teeth rotting Pepsi.

    And… Jocasta and Tarquin can use the other end as chopsticks for the MSG special from the Chinese.


  30. tomo says:

    Wolfie Smith does particle physics?


  31. MarkyMark says:


    In Mecca, only Muslims are allowed, while non-Muslims may not enter or pass through. Attempting to enter Mecca as a non-Muslim can result in penalties such as a fine; being in Mecca as a non-Muslim can result in deportation.


    • tomo says:

      How do you officially become a Muslim? – do you get a certificate and an ID card?

      Twitter UK (must be) have decided that I should now receive Steve Bray – f*ck you 77th Brigade tossers.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Triple talaq (instant divorce)[1] and talaq-e-mughallazah (irrevocable divorce)[2] are now-banned means of Islamic divorce previously available to Muslims in India, especially adherents of Hanafi Sunni Islamic schools of jurisprudence.[3][4] A Muslim man could legally divorce his wife by proclaiming three times consecutively the word talaq (the Arabic word for “divorce”) (in spoken, written or, more recently, electronic form).


      • MarkyMark says:

        Vote Boris – get Truss – end up with Rishi.


        • Scroblene says:

          “Vote Boris – get Truss – end up with Rishi.”

          …then get Starmer, Harman and McDonald…

          Corbyn is 73, so is in line to be back just as Biden becomes certifiable owing to senility next year!

          Now that will be a marriage made in hell – the open border between Mexico and Scotland will be wide open with Abbott as Foreign Secretary!


  32. andyjsnape says:

    Ending sewage dumping will mean higher water bills – report


    Above says WILL mean higher bills, but then says “will probably push up water bills” – so not definitely maybe probably

    bBC promoting higher prices 🙁 any excuses for these companies to go ahead with higher prices thanks to the bbc!


  33. andyjsnape says:

    UN warns against ‘vampiric’ global water use

    “shortages due to overconsumption and climate change”

    How about mentioning too many people on the planet?

    “Thousands of delegates will attend the three-day gathering in New York” – this does not help “climate change”

    I was proud as a kid to say I’m British, now

    Ramadan: London’s West End lit up for Islamic festival for first time

    Welcome to the islamic state of gb.. very sad future for British Isles


  34. tomo says:

    I wonder how much ice cream cones are?



    • JohnC says:

      Under a fiver if you get them at Asda and eat it in the comfort of your own home while watching TV.



      • Dickie says:

        Brew your own pints and make your own pies


        • JohnC says:

          Tried that Dickie.

          The pies were OK … had to hold my nose to drink the pint.


          • Scroblene says:

            By coincidence, I’m making six gallons of red wine as we speak! No grapes, just elderberries and cider plus sugar…

            Been doing this since 1974, and it has saved us a fortune!

            Anyone can do it, and if you want the recipe, just ask!


          • Dickie says:

            JohnC – Buy a nose peg or stick a pencil up each nostril (good enough for Captain Blackadder)


            • Scroblene says:

              And wear the underpants on one’s head – musn’t forget the niceties…


  35. JohnC says:

    Ukraine war: Three dead as Russia launches new attack on cities

    Headline news. How sad : that will bring the total dead for the day up to around 1,003. What about all the others BBC ?.

    As a general rule, if a cruise missile hits the upper part of a building, it ran into it by accident on it’s way somewhere else.

    ‘Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia had launched more than 20 “killer drones”, as well as missiles and shells.’

    What a particularly stupid sentence. Most definitely not written by a professional who understands warfare. More like a second-rate North Korean press officer.

    A quick check shows the article is written by Paul Kirby who normally writes EU-slanted agenda items like ‘Dutch border police told to stop ethnic profiling’ full of the usual BBC leanings. I bet he’s never even seen a rifle.

    It seems this war is a chance for any and all BBC staff to have a go at writing articles on it. It doesn’t seem to matter at all whether they have a clue what they are talking about or not.

    It’s hard to believe just how far their standards have fallen.


  36. tomo says:

    The total corruption of our news media


  37. MarkyMark says:




    • G says:

      Rich Sunak: Caught in headlights facial expression………….
      I look forward to many more.


  38. andyjsnape says:

    Monday the bbc reported Trump would be arrested the following day, the following day they mentioned most likely this week, and today “Fingerprints and a mugshot: What happens IF Trump is arrested”


    Make your mind up! from the worlds most not-trusted


    • Scroblene says:

      What-ifs are standard sloppy beeboid autocue-reading.

      Hows about a What-if Geeta Thunderbox ‘farts in your general direction’ Davie?

      Just skimming the drivel on the beeboids web page, one notices a distinct dribbling of hate and loathing of the Past President of the US, Mr Trump, while ignoring the real Yank story of Biden’s disastrous sleep in the WH!


    • tomo says:

      Quite a lot of BBC web output looks like parody…

      A Zurcher piece on Trump arrest …

      Glad I’m not directly contributing to his no doubt handsome salary.

      Flat out of pejorative adjectives to describe Zurcher’s stuff.


    • kingkp says:

      It’s about time people started waking up to the scam. There are no viruses at all. If people actually understood what the fraudsters calling themselves virologists actually mean by the word isolation, joe soap would think you were having a laugh. It’s incredible how they have gotten away with this stuff for so long. Currently, Sam Bailey is doing some very good stuff on Odysee about Germ Theory so anything she puts out is worth a watch.
      The next plandemic is coming and this time they mean business.


  39. Sluff says:

    Uganda is in the process of passing new laws prohibiting homosexuality in their country.
    As currently featured on the BBC webshite front page


    Is the UK ready for a future influx of black African homosexuals seeking asylum? Or a load of people pretending to be in that category?

    Another open goal for the Far Left open door immigrationists, and a bigger bill for taxpayers. Are there any hotels left in this country for actual tourists?


  40. MarkyMark says:

    No mention of cancelling BBC TV License?

    Cost of living: How can I save money on my food shop?


  41. MarkyMark says:

    From order-order.com

    M Questions is like a second rate BBC production

    They have their well rehearsed script, with the right amount of wit

    Written to prearranged Questions which must be tabled 3 days plus in advance

    So the script writers get time to write the play

    Any link or notion this is Democracy is false

    PMQ’s does not in any way link to any aspect of the truth and should be nominated

    for BAFTA TV Award for best fiction


  42. tomo says:

    I wonder when the BBC will have the exact same editorial categories as The Guardian…

    The Age of Extinction

    The Age of Extinction is advertorial as well as activist advocacy. They even try and weasel out of “being paid to say things”



  43. Thoughtful says:

    Inflation up again thanks tto the cowardice and incompetence of the Bank of England governor and the MPC.

    Now he is going to be forced to raise MLR and it is clear he is not in command of the situation, inflation is and it is going to continue to run out of control for years to come.

    The Taylor ratio suggests MLR should now be at 11 or 12% at least a far cry from the pathetic 4% we are currently at.

    Expect pension institutions to suffer again as they made ‘safe’ investments into long term government bonds at low interest rates which have dramatically fallen in value.


  44. Nibor says:


    Saving Of Lives At Sea .

    This is the international treaty which our governments use to excuse collecting the invaders and housing them .

    I had another look . Its chapter 5 which is the get out clause for the do gooders here which is every ship must provide assistance to any vessel in distress regardless how they got into that position .
    So our Border Farce and the RNLI go about brining them in .

    But any contracting government ( which includes the British and the French ) must ensure that any vessel is ADEQUATELY and COMPETENTLY manned to ensure safe passage .

    That means France is not abiding by this international treaty .

    It is now up to the French to stop these boats immediately , by international law .


  45. StewGreen says:

    “on Tuesday, Mark Steyn revealed that the UK censorship agency Ofcom had been notified by his solicitors that they’d be headed to the High Court”
    He has rebranded as “The OFCOM Thought Criminal Returns!”
    Hence his webpages are littered with the word Ofcom


    • Fedup2 says:

      During pMQ s there was a set question about the harm the vaccines have been doing to people with a ministy response about the harm the vaccines have been shown to do

      The treatment and action against steyn now seen out of date £&£££…

      My ears may have deceived me on this as it was so important to campaigners …


    • MarkyMark says:

      Gary Lineker to back mark Steyn for Freedom of Speech!


  46. StewGreen says:

    A large ship at DRY Dock in Leith has tilted over and hurt many people
    The research vessel Petrel owned by the estate of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, was placed into long-term moorage in 2020 as a result of “operation challenges” during the Covid pandemic.

    update : Scottish Ambulance Service says 15 patients are in hospital
    Another 10 patients were treated and discharged at the scene


    • tomo says:

      Looks like it was just balanced there and unrestrained by mooring ropes.

      Somebody didn’t do their risk assessment properly. Windage above that breakwater and a tall ship = high lateral loads – balanced on lots of railway sleepers?

      Doesn’t say much for the people operating the dry dock.


  47. Sluff says:

    BBC 1 1 pm news.

    A cuddly story about the brave RNLI crew from Porthcawl who interrupted a wedding of one of their own to do a rescue.

    Isn’t that nice ?
    Not mentioned.

    Is this the same brave RNLI that provides a free bus service for rubberised cross channel ferry passengers?



    • MarkyMark says:

      RNLI buys burkinis for Africans as it axes 100 UK jobs: How £3.3million of donations to lifeboat charity are spent abroad including aid for Tanzania swimmers and creches in Bangladesh


  48. StewGreen says:

    The Media Show usually hides its blurb as if scared of scrutiny
    but today there is one

    Oh people mention on Twitter they already seen it on TV March 18th
    It’s already online as an hour long special

    Writing a First Draft of History
    Journalist Gary Younge (black guy) has seen up close some of the defining moments of our age.
    From Nelson Mandela’s rise to power, to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, to the Black Lives Matter protests, he’s been there to report the story.
    Presenter: Katie Razzall

    I wonder if he’ll be a bit racebaity ?
    “Sociology Professor University of Manchester. Journalist. Author. Broadcaster. “


    • tomo says:

      dunno about racebaity – as a Guardian staffer we know with near complete certainty he’ll just be spouting sh1t


      • StewGreen says:

        And yes there is a Guadian article as well
        which seems very like the BBC prog


    • MarkyMark says:

      Nelson Mandela – terrorist


    • StewGreen says:


    • StewGreen says:

      PRasNews ? Yep
      Younge is doing the circuit plugging his book
      Speaking to Akua at #TheBritishBlacklist,
      Gary discusses his new book #DispatchesFromTheDiaspora, growing up in Stevenage, his voice as a political & social commentator, and why #Frasier is his guilty TV watching pleasure
      (Interesting when I posted the Spotify URL the audio autoembedded here .. just like tweets and YouTube videos do)

      He’s also done the Jon Snow podcast too

      BTW Younge says the BBC show was recorded 2 weeks ago
      as he is on strike at the moment. (from his university I guess)


      • StewGreen says:

        @MarxismFestival tweeted

        Mar 18
        Solidarity with everyone marching today to #ResistRacism.
        Join us at #marxism23 to debate how we smash the racist system.
        Speakers include @Shut_downAmazon @sowetokinch
        @garyyounge and Leila Hassan Howe
        Tickets and info: http://bit.ly/marxism23