501 Responses to Midweek 31 May 2023

  1. Richard Pinder says:

    Should OFCOM be the arbiter of what we are allowed to think and speak about the massive violations of the Nuremberg Code and Mass murder.

    The notion that to ensure the health and safety of the country, the public and private sectors must work together to silence those who express unauthorised opinions, that such opinions from half a million vaccine injure people are to be treated as misinformation and those who hold them as actual or would-be domestic terrorists, is the stuff of tyranny.

    We are a free people capable of evaluating information from statistics, scientific papers and ideas for ourselves to discern fact from BBC fiction, and separate good ideas from bad.

    Historically, we would have held in utter contempt authorities who would suggest we are incapable of thinking for ourselves, and that for our own benefit, since the authorities know best, that they will do the thinking for us – while silencing those who dare dissent.



    • MarkyMark says:

      Anjem Choudary calls Duke of Sussex a ‘Muslim killer’ and calls on jihadis to retaliate
      Hate preacher said Harry’s claim he killed 25 Taliban was a ‘wake-up call’ for Muslims everywhere to ‘end the occupation of foreign forces’

      Martin Evans,
      8 January 2023 • 6:43pm

      The teacher was forced to flee his home in Batley with his partner and four young children and since then has been living in a secret location outside the Yorkshire area, reports claim. The teacher, who was head of RE at Batley Grammar, has also been given a new identity.8 Mar 2023


    • MarkyMark says:

      “But these are not sane times. Remarkably, and perversely, as the analysis I presented to the subcommittee demonstrates, DHS, led by CISA, has become a linchpin of the mass public-private censorship regime discussed in these digital pages previously.”

      The non-governmental “anti-disinformation” consortium was conceived by and created in consultation with CISA officials in the run-up to the 2020 election. Its stated purpose was to fill the “critical gap” created by the fact no federal agency “has a focus on, or authority regarding, election misinformation originating from domestic sources within the United States.”


  2. MarkyMark says:

    “If what you say is true why does the diagnostic manual, used by clinical psychologists in the UK, the ICD 11, list gender dysphoria as a mental health condition? Are these statements of science denialism representative of the conservative party as a whole


  3. vlad says:

    Alex Belfield is back in the news as further restrictions are imposed on him.

    I don’t know the ins and outs of the case, but 5 and a half years for a few hurty messages sounds a tad vindictive to me.

    Can’t help thinking the Establishment (BBC, Jeremy Vile) were out to get him, and his sentence was harsher because of their involvement.

    Message to YouTubers and bloggers: this is what you get if you dare to criticise the saintly BBC.



    • MarkyMark says:

      “Alex Belfield, who now runs a YouTube channel, stalked his victims by harassing them online.”


      by harassing them online = Marianne Spring?
      by harassing them online = Marianne Spring?
      by harassing them online = Marianne Spring?
      by harassing them online = Marianne Spring?


    • MarkyMark says:

      “The judge said one of his victims came close to killing himself.”


      The British Post Office scandal is a miscarriage of justice involving the wrongful civil and criminal prosecutions of an unknown or unpublished number of sub-postmasters (SPMs) for theft, false accounting and/or fraud.[1][2] The cases constitute the most widespread miscarriage of justice in British legal history, spanning a period of over twenty years; it remains unresolved.[3][4][5][6][7]


      The prosecutions, civil actions, and extortions resulted in criminal convictions, false confessions, imprisonments, defamation, loss of livelihood, bankruptcy, divorce, and suicide.[10][11][12][13]



    • MarkyMark says:

      The verdicts in relation to each complainant, in the order they appeared on the indictment, were:

      Rozina Breen – not guilty

      Liz Green – not guilty

      Helen Thomas – not guilty

      Stephanie Hirst – not guilty

      Bernard Spedding – guilty (majority verdict)

      Ben Hewis – guilty (unanimous verdict)

      Philip Dehany – not guilty to the charge on the indictment but guilty of the alternative charge of “simple” stalking (majority verdict)

      Jeremy Vine – not guilty to the charge on the indictment but guilty of the alternative charge of “simple” stalking (unanimous verdict)



    • Zephir says:

      It does surprise me, like Tommy Robinson, with a little more finesse, there are ways of saying things on youtube etc that will not allow these marxist acitivists to crucify you, because they will, every opportunity.

      TR does himself no favours and I am sure Bellfield also dug his own grave through ill thought comments once he had many followers.


      • Banania says:

        “TR does himself no favours.” Why does nearly everybody who mentions him feel obliged to include a disclaimer like this? Having followed him as closely as I can for several years I have concluded that the reason is snobbery.


  4. MarkyMark says:

    You’ve paid hundreds of dollars for a ticket and braved the pouring rain to watch your favourite artist perform in what should be an unforgettable evening.

    But three hours and over 40 songs later, you get home and realised you can’t remember a thing.
    It sounds almost unbelievable, but many Taylor Swift fans are claiming to suffer from “post-concert amnesia”.

    Psychologists say emotions and time may be behind the phenomenon.


    “post-concert amnesia” = boring?!


    Section: FIELD Q

    Row 17
    See all tickets in this section
    Zone: Field
    Ticket Price
    £3,473 each
    Number of tickets


  5. Zephir says:

    Listen to shit, it comes out pretty quickly by it’s very nature.

    Led Zeppelin, Knebworth 1979 £7.50, one single guitar and no backing tapes or musicians and yet can still remember.


  6. Zephir says:

    I had a wonderful trip to the bucolic delights of Norfolk last weekend.

    I will, this time at least, refrain from lingering on the demographic, despite it being completely and utterly at odds with the bbc and all adverts on TV.

    This time its the bloody dogs. A brief visit to Sheringham was a nightmare.

    This place has always been a little dog centric but this time was a ridiculous nightmare of tripping over leads everywhere, dogs barking screeching and yapping at each other, urinating everywhere and fighting.

    Cromer, the same, dog piss dripping off every wall.

    A brief sojourn to the previously quiet rural retreat of Holkham beach and nature reserve and getting out of the car, a dog fight, then endless barking screeching yappy dogs fighting, shitting and pissing on the beach.

    6 foot grown men with these little nightmares on leads everywhere.

    WHY ???

    Possibly cos they is bored wiv tattoos an nose piercings now “an everyone else has one I have to have one”

    Our cat rarely leaves the house now due to the procession of morons with dogs along the road every morning and evening.

    There is one in the garden three doors up yapping at 5am every morning.

    I’m going to get a leopard, a particularly bad mooded leopard and visit Sheringham again after not feeding it for a week.
    Any objections I’ll just say its autistic or got ADHD or the other endless excuses twats make for bad behaviour.


    • digg says:

      Agreed Zephir, there is a sort of dog-mania wave going on.

      Manifested by several features:

      Multiple dogs walking with one owner.

      Explosion of odd breeds, especially small yappy ones.

      Tendency to dress animals up to make them into personally owned individuals, coloured harnesses, bandanas etc. etc.

      Carrying dogs either in arms or in carriages.

      I began to notice this distortion of mankind-dog relationships some time back.

      I think it’s rooted in reflected glory by onlookers from dog to owner.

      Something has either gone missing or been broken between dogs and owners over the last few years and I believe it’s an attempt to make dogs into status symbols by a new grown-up but basically immature and insecure population.

      A dog seems to be the equivalent to a tattoo to a lot of people nowadays.

      The madness continues to drip-drip-drip through mankind!


      • Zephir says:

        Thank you Digg, I thought it was just me, I was in conversation with a possible musical connection in terms of a project and mentioned this then silence as he mentioned dogs.

        What is it ? someone mentioned covid and lockdown being a reason but I just think it is simpler, many are morons that just follow the fold and do what they see others doing.

        There is no possible other logical explanation why over half the population why suddenly over 12 months, every idiot wants a stupid yappy dog to parade around.


  7. Zephir says:

    How dare you complain. Leave him alone, my pet’s autistic innit.


  8. Fedup2 says:

    From the DT . An Ex BBC droid winges –

    Louise Minchin has claimed BBC bosses told her to “find another job” when she asked if she could reduce her work hours after giving birth.

    The former BBC Breakfast presenter gave birth to her first daughter Mia in 2002, while working on Radio 5 Live, and asked if she could reduce her hours to spend more time with her new baby.

    But Minchin, now 54 – who felt “anxious and overwhelmed” at finishing every shift at midnight – was told she would not be able to reduce her work hours unless she quit her job.

    ‘This is not acceptable’
    She told the Dirty Mother Pukka podcast: “I was working on 5 Live, I was doing an evening shift, I was working on something called Sport on 5, I think I did it five days a week.

    “I had to be in at 2pm or 4pm and I was working until midnight.

    “My husband didn’t have a job at the time because he was setting up a company, I was the only person that was going to bring money.

    “I went back, I may have still been breastfeeding … I was just getting through, I was feeling very anxious and overwhelmed.

    “I asked: ‘Could you maybe take my hours down a bit? Or could I maybe just do one day a week less?’

    “They said: ‘No, you have to do that or you have to find another job.’”

    Minchin said she did choose to leave the programme after the incident, refusing to accept such treatment.

    “I did leave …. It felt brilliant. I thought this is not acceptable, and I’m not going to accept it.”

    Presenter quit to spend more time with family
    The television presenter announced that she was stepping down from her role on BBC Breakfast in September 2021 after nearly 20 years to spend more time with her family.

    “In December I’d taken three, four weeks off work because of an ankle operation and I had that period to realise that when I’m not getting up at 3.40am in the morning, I’m doing all sorts of things in the evening that I want to be doing – like just watching telly with my family, doing that kind of family stuff,” she previously told The Mirror.

    She was replaced by Sally Nugent, who now presents the show alongside Jon Kay, Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty.

    Minchin now hosts a podcast called Push Your Peak.

    The television presenter married David Minchin in 1998 and the couple have daughters.

    The BBC has been contacted for comment.ENDS

    Dear Ms / comrade Minchin – is you’d like to winge more about your BBC you are welcome here because we want to destroy it .


    • Zephir says:

      More wimmin in the workplace, more absenteeism.

      I notice the government have increased child allowance, not widely reported and closely followed by “critics say” in each news report.

      More importantly:

      Child benefit is a non-means-tested benefit payable for each child. You can get child benefit no matter what your income,


      • Flotsam says:

        I remember EU citizens living and working here claiming (and receiving) child benefit for children resident in their home countries.


  9. Zephir says:

    RE my objection to being pummeling by a screaming child in a supermarket and the Mothers only response being he’s autistic innit:

    Three Reasons Not to Believe in an Autism Epidemic


    According to some lay groups, the nation is experiencing an autism epidemic—a rapid escalation in the prevalence of autism for unknown reasons. However, no sound scientific evidence indicates that the increasing number of diagnosed cases of autism arises from anything other than purposely broadened diagnostic criteria, coupled with deliberately greater public awareness and intentionally improved case finding. Why is the public perception so disconnected from the scientific evidence? In this article we review three primary sources of misunderstanding: lack of awareness about the changing diagnostic criteria, uncritical acceptance of a conclusion illogically drawn in a California-based study, and inattention to a crucial feature of the “child count” data reported annually by the U.S. Department of Education.



    • RightSide says:

      Andrew Tate BBC interview: Influencer challenged on misogyny and rape allegations

      Andrew Tate has denied fuelling a culture of misogyny and defended his reputation in a combative interview with the BBC.


      He destroys the BBC droid.

      Full vidoe at https://rumble.com/v2rc2p6-the-bbc-interview-in-full.html


      • Fedup2 says:

        I could only take 12 minutes . Surely that interchange ( I won’t say interview ) could have been better structured .

        She was very poor – surely a more forensic putting of accusations would have got her further than just a couple of kidults yapping at each other . Who is that bloke – ? I have no idea … perhaps something to do with me being a grown up …


  10. StewGreen says:

    itv report did really explain what a Leeds terrorism trial is about

    The woman
    “One offence of Conspiracy to Commit Criminal Damage
    Grayson subscribed to conspiracy theories involving 5G mobile phone masts and used her views to justify her plan to damage and potentially destroy local 5G masts”

    Then the bit about the bloke is all “far right far right”
    as ever he hadn’t atta
    attacked anyone yet
    the report said he said parliament should all be hung
    Was he just a ranting nutter
    or was he serious about it ?



    • Zephir says:

      Department of Oncology, Orebro University Hospital, Sweden (retired), The Environment and Cancer Research Foundation, Studievägen 35, SE-702 17, Örebro, Sweden

      Swedish Radiation Protection Foundation, Gredby 14, SE-178 92 Adelsö, Sweden

      *Corresponding Author: Lennart Hardell, Department of Oncology, Orebro University Hospital, Sweden (retired), The Environment and Cancer Research Foundation, Studievägen 35, SE-702 17, Örebro, Sweden

      “Case Report: The Microwave Syndrome after Installation of 5G Emphasizes the Need for Protection from Radiofrequency Radiation


      In this case, report two previously healthy persons, a man aged 63 years and a woman aged 62 years, developed symptoms of the microwave syndrome after installation of a 5G base station for wireless communication on the roof above their apartment. A base station for previous telecommunication generation technology (3G/4G) was present at the same spot since several years. Very high radiofrequency (RF) radiation with maximum (highest measured peak value) levels of 354 000, 1 690 000, and >2 500 000 µW/m2 were measured at three occasions in the bedroom located only 5 meters below the new 5G base station, compared to maximum (peak) 9 000 µW/m2 prior to the 5G deployment. The rapidly emerging symptoms after the 5G deployment were typical for the microwave syndrome with e.g., neurological symptoms, tinnitus, fatigue, insomnia, emotional distress, skin disorders, and blood pressure variability. The symptoms were more pronounced in the woman. Due to the severity of symptoms, the couple left their dwelling and moved to a small office room with maximum (peak) RF radiation 3 500 µW/m2. Within a couple of days, most of their symptoms alleviated or disappeared completely. This medical history can be regarded as a classic provocation test. The RF radiation levels in the apartment were well below the limit proposed to be “safe” below which no health effects would occur, recommended by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation (ICNIRP). These now presented symptoms of the microwave syndrome were caused by non-thermal effects from RF radiation and highlight that the ICNIRP guidelines used in most countries including Sweden do not protect human health. Guidelines based on all biological negative effects from RF radiation are urgently needed, as well as monitoring human health, not the least due to rapidly increasing levels of exposure. ”



  11. Zephir says:

    And, despite all the parently convenient labels for badly behaved children and whilst teachers are on strike….

    “The Relationship Between Literacy and the Prison Population

    A study by the Shannon Trust found that around 50% of the prison population in the UK are what we call ‘functionally illiterate’. This means that they have a reading age of 11 or lower, and whilst they technically possess a level of reading and writing skills, these being weaker or less developed means that whilst reading a text message, simple leaflet or a road sign is a task that’s easily achievable, things like books, technical writing and examination paperwork may not be. 70% of these prisoners are assessed to have a chance of returning to prison if they do not receive adequate educational support, a figure which drops to 16% if they do.

    It is estimated that between 5 and 10% of the population globally have dyslexia, although some studies put the figure slightly higher at around 15%. However a study of Texas prison inmates by the University of Texas Medical Branch estimated that approximately 80% of prisoners in a sample group struggled with their literacy skills, and that half were likely to be dyslexic. These findings were replicated in the US PIAAC Survey of Incarcerated Adults, which found that around a third of incarcerated people surveyed at 98 sample prisons struggled to be able to pick out basic words and information from a simple level text.

    Most prisons do not currently have widespread dyslexia screening programmes, however there are some initiatives in the UK that are seeking to change this – they have yet to gain much traction, but it is hoped that when screening for conditions like dyslexia and ADHD become common in prison environments, it’ll become easier to make sure that people can access the support that they need to succeed in in-unit education.”



  12. Zephir says:

    “Correlation Between Dyslexia and Criminal Behavior; First Step Act to Require Screening, Treatment

    by Douglas Ankney

    “When you can’t read, you see no other way out,” said actor Ameer Baraka. “As a kid, I used to ask God to make me a drug dealer, because I knew in order to be someone in life you have to learn to read, and I couldn’t.” In grade school, Baraka had a miserable time. Whenever the teacher asked him to read aloud, his classmates would laugh because he couldn’t make out the words.

    Spelling tests were on Fridays, and Baraka skipped school to hide in the hallways of the housing project where he lived. By the sixth grade, he was fed up; he decided to drop out and start selling cocaine. At age 23, he was in prison for a drug offense. But after being diagnosed with dyslexia and finally earning his GED, he said, “I started viewing myself in a different way. When I learned to read, it freed me.”



  13. Flotsam says:

    While driving in North Shropshire I came across a site decorated with banners and posters stating that the site had been given planning permission to become a gypsy and traveller site. There seemed to be an element of triumphalism to the caravan decked with a poster perched on a container. I’m sure the owners of new homes across the road will be delighted.
    I’ve noticed more and more of these traveller sites springing up all over the place. I know there is a Government edict which commands that local authorities must provide for traveller sites in their local plans. I thought tipping rubbish around the countryside was a criminal offence.


  14. Dickie says:

    Moldova controlled by EU and US. Not surprised by state corruption. BBC Media Action?



  15. Fedup2 says:

    Today late
    I was snoozing – but there was a ‘debate ‘ about kids not going to school so much now – something which seems to have developed after the Chinese Virus ….
    I was curious though because I was waiting for mention of teachers strikes ( not mentioned ) or maybe a suggestion that the way teaching is done – such as the summer holiday – isn’t re examined to benefit the kiddies .

    Personally I couldn’t give a damn – my personal interest is in my safety when the little darlings all come out of school and the trouble starts …..

    And the education system / priorities – don’t seem to equip the kiddies for getting real jobs – instead they wanna become famous , journos or human rights lawyers ….


  16. JohnC says:

    Suspended MP faces formal complaint over behaviour

    Immediately I notice which party he belongs to is not mentioned. If he were Tory, the BBC always put it in the headline.

    So I checked and sure enough, he’s Labour.

    Are you reading this BBC/OFCOM lurkers ?. Shame on you. You are a disgrace.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Always useful easy evidence of bias by omission – leaving Labour ‘out of stories of dirty politicians ….

      JohnC – don’t forget Brigade 77 and the other parts of the ‘security community ‘ monitoring ‘dissent ‘ … count the days to your pension guys


  17. Zephir says:

    Not being totally informed of these things..I ask on here

    I would quite like to see the details of the absolute danger portrayed by the media, judiciary and democtrat mob of Donald Trump.

    Apart from no wars, it seems he also wanted to undertake the prime responsibilty of government of protecting its citizens from foreign invasion.

    I see a similarity in this present government under attack from people who portrary themselves as “civil serveants” but are in effect no serveants whatsoevert but are marxist far left activsits,

    I struggle to see any difference between Trump’s policies with regards to the wall and illegal immigration with Obamas same policies


  18. G.W.F. says:

    Joe falls


    • Zephir says:

      FFS media tumbleweed


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Sounds to me that there was a big cheer when the corrupt moron fell on his arse. Shame it wasn’t his neck. Then again, President Harris?


  19. digg says:

    My TV viewing is becoming more and more restricted.

    A year or two back I might have casually watched for instance a cookery show, a gardening show, a making stuff from tip junk show, an antiques show, a house fixing show, a pottery show etc. etc. Now I actively avoid them because I am aware I am simply being brainwashed and trained to swallow multiculturism above anything else the shows have to offer.

    In fact the only show I can now think of that have not gone this route is the Yorkshire Car Auction one and Portillo’s Rail journeys and that really is about it.

    Expect they will be re-educated and swallowed up in due course and hence become unwatchable too.


    • Zephir says:

      Its NOT multiculturism it it BLACKWASHING, everyone involved is a racist by definition, lets have an advert with a white woman despite the fact that 99 % of white women do not have black husband lets do that.

      take a walk around the multicultural areas of London, see their different cultures its not all black (china town ?)


  20. Zephir says:

    I curse the bastard every time i want to light a cigarette but cant

    they want you to live and pay taxes for as long as possible


  21. Fedup2 says:

    Stop press an old foreign man has fallen over with a lot of people watching . One feature of dementia is deteriorating balance –
    The old man in question is the one Obama used to steal the US election …. Time passes but the truth don’t change …

    Makes you wonder if he will ‘stand for re election ‘ or just fall over – he really is a reflection of his dying country …


  22. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      5.2 million views ….


      • Fedup2 says:

        5.8 million views

        ( I bet the markets went up )


        • tomo says:

          All we need is a sweaty swivel-eyed Hunter staggering naked in from side stage with a crack pipe in one hand and a bottle of vodka emblazoned with a prominent Ukrainian flag in the other?


  23. Zephir says:

    “Obama’s Mixed Legacy on Immigration
    There are just no two ways about it: President Obama created the harshest and largest immigration enforcement regime in American history.

    The Obama administration deported about 3 million illegal immigrants, compared 2 million under Bush. This jump was made possible by Obama’s expansion of a Bush‐​era program called Secure Communities (S‑COMM). At first, this program allowed local police departments to cooperate voluntarily with the federal government on deportation. Obama made it mandatory for all states to cooperate.


  24. Zephir says:

    “Obama Has Deported More People Than Any Other President

    Donald Trump’s immigration plan is set to be announced later this week. And if previous comments are any indication, the Republican presidential contender said he plans to focus on deporting criminals, similar to the current strategy of the Obama administration.

    “On Day One, I am going to begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country,” he said at Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst’s Roast and Ride event Saturday in Des Moines, saying he would not focus on the 11 million undocumented residents who have lived in the U.S. for a long time without incident.

    Trump has not given specific details about his immigration policy plans, but is expected to explain more Wednesday.

    Based on statements so far, Trump’s plan to remove the undocumented immigrants who have committed crimes is similar to what President Obama declared in 2014. Here’s a look at some of the numbers:
    How many people have been deported under Obama?

    President Barack Obama has often been referred to by immigration groups as the “Deporter in Chief.”

    Between 2009 and 2015 his administration has removed more than 2.5 million people through immigration orders, which doesn’t include the number of people who “self-deported” or were turned away and/or returned to their home country at the border by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
    How does he compare to other presidents?

    According to governmental data, the Obama administration has deported more people than any other president’s administration in history.

    In fact, they have deported more than the sum of all the presidents of the 20th century.

    President George W. Bush’s administration deported just over two million during his time in office; and Obama’s numbers don’t reflect his last year in office, for which data is not yet available.”



  25. Zephir says:

    The Obama-Biden Administration Built More than 100 Miles of Border Wall. The Biden-Harris Administration Should Tear Walls Down.

    Border walls came to symbolize Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, and were prioritized during his administration. The 400 miles of border wall that he has overseen will inflict ongoing damage upon Native American nations and border towns, fragile ecosystems and endangered species, for as long as they stand.

    The Obama-Biden Administration would oversee construction of an additional 128 miles of border wall. When Donald Trump was inaugurated in January of 2017 a total of 654 miles of border barrier (including both pedestrian fencing and vehicle barrier) were waiting for him.

    Border communities were rightly upset by continued wall construction during the Obama presidency. Campaigning against Hillary Clinton in South Texas ahead of the 2008 Texas primary, candidate Obama said, “We have to work with local communities to deal with the border in intelligent ways. We can’t do it by building a wall along the border. That’s not going to work.”

    Following Barack Obama’s victory he received a letter from Commissioners in Cameron County, an area of South Texas where walls had been planned under the Bush Administration but where, due to the time it took for the federal government to condemn private property, none had yet been built. Expressing the wishes of border residents they wrote, “We respectfully ask that you make the cancellation of the border wall on the Southern Border a top priority of your administration. Let us build bridges of friendship, safety, and prosperity – not walls of hatred and division.”


  26. Zephir says:

    So, according to the bbc teenager fact checkers, when their mum and dad are not disturbing them while they cook their tea, we can surmise the following:

    St Obama, the bbc re incarnation of Mother Theresa cos hes black innit

    erm see above


  27. Charlie Farley says:

    Have been watching Mahyar Tousi News Channel…..apparently Rishi Washi Government has been funding various pro immigration anti UK Charities eg Hope not Hate , Paul Hamblyn Foundation have had £1.36 Million…..Probably been going on for years and it just confirms what we have thought all along…..this once Great Britain is Finished….Thousands Died to Keep Us Free and for what ? , perhaps we should have just let Adolf in !


  28. Fedup2 says:

    Oh wow – amyl has a first interview with shagger scholfield – it will be given the full bbc treatment on Friday – BBC News is ‘bigging it up ‘ as I believe the coloured folk say …

    By the looks of it amyl is playing the blond strumpet Maitliss role and TVs Phil is doing the Andrew Windsor role … pop corn time …


    • TrickCyclist says:

      No doubt Schofield’s career is worth a lot of money to a few people. I expect he’s being prepped to try and present his downfall as some sort of tragedy.
      As the Bard might have put it, “Then must you speak of one that loved not wisely but not illegally either.”


  29. Guest Who says:

    Last week, Barrage Balloon Boobs…

    BBC does like to ‘tune’ every aspect.


  30. Zephir says:

    Apparently , you are not allowed to say sod off to a twat that IS allowed to hate.
    “The BBC is facing a growing backlash over its decision to rebuke presenter Naga Munchetty following remarks she made about US President Donald Trump.

    Sir Lenny Henry, comedian Gina Yashere and actor Adrian Lester are among a host of black stars to write to the broadcaster branding their stance as “deeply flawed” and “illegal”.

    Munchetty was found to have been in breach of BBC editorial guidelines when she said on air that Mr Trump’s call for a group of female Democrats to “go back” to their own countries was “embedded in racism”.



  31. digg says:

    Question time, just witnessed the lovable Jess Phillips use an obvious shaved heads plant bloke in the audience to tell agreed porkies….

    So set up it makes a mockery of the whole program.


  32. Sluff says:

    BBC webshite, at the time of writing, prominently feature a story about a woman whose breast reconstruction has been postponed.
    Two points.
    1. Why is this a story? One person in 65 million.
    2. If it is a story, then I note that, although the story references Wales, the story does not mention that health in Wales is a devolved matter and it is the LABOUR administration that is responsible.
    Not a surprise though for the BBC.


  33. Zephir says:

    bbc supporting minorities

    wheres the Chinese newsreaders ?

    wheres the Philipino reporters ?

    wheres the Hindus ?

    wheres the Japanese in every website photos ?

    wheres the Sikhs ?


  34. Zephir says:

    Black muslim asian and black african ? you’ve got it, every day

    now THATS diversity bbc style

    and, in case you missed it, which you will on the bbc who are so big on racism:

    “London Assembly
    Hate Crime Against Chinese, East and South East Asian Individuals ”



  35. Zephir says:

    More Than 9,000 Anti-Asian Incidents Have Been Reported Since The Pandemic Began



  36. Zephir says:

    Suspect charged with hate crime for allegedly attacking Asian woman in NYC: Police



  37. Zephir says:

    Man charged with hate crime after attack on Asian American woman caught on video



  38. Zephir says:

    70-year-old woman brutally beaten, kicked in head by 4 attackers in SF housing complex



  39. Zephir says:

    Suspect caught on video attacking Asian woman with hammer in New York City



  40. Zephir says:

    But of course our far left are all right

    “Protesters including Labour councillors take a knee in support of Black Lives Matter

    A group of around 40 people gathered outside County Hall to take a knee in support of Black Lives matter.

    The group, which included the leader of the Labour group and the Labour leader of Gedling Borough Council, knelt for 8 minutes and 46 seconds.



  41. Zephir says:

    Black History Month: Reading councillors take the knee
    21st October 2021



  42. Zephir says:

    ‘Completely tone deaf’: Fury as Labour council staff including £160k-a-year chief ‘take the knee’ to mark anniversary of George Floyd’s death – then ‘lock Twitter account’ amid backlash from residents



  43. Zephir says:

    ‘Drop the virtue signalling and get back to work’: Labour council faces backlash from Salford residents after ‘taking the knee’



  44. Zephir says:

    Lets just hope there are no Chinese around when the blacks are doing the sofa adverts, it could get violent


  45. Zephir says:

    This ones a muslim:

    Chinese student’s jaw dislocated by thugs in Harborne as coronavirus hate crimes rise

    Police training staff at Birmingham’s Chinese Community Centre in handling hate crime reporting



  46. Zephir says:

    And another muslim:

    “Woman is savagely beaten in Birmingham ‘coronavirus rage’ attack after stepping in to defend her Chinese friend from racist abuse

    Trainee lawyer Meera Solanki, from Solihull, was at Ana Rocha Bar and Gallery
    She was celebrating her 29th birthday with friends at popular Birmingham bar
    Miss Solanki defended her Chinese friend Mandy Huang, 28, from racial abuse
    West Midlands Police are investigating the assault and appealing for information



    • MarkyMark says:

      There are 400,000 Chinese people living in England and Wales.

      Reports of coronavirus violence has already surfaced in Newcastle, York and Manchester.

      A spokeswoman for Birmingham Chinese Society, set up to foster relations between the city’s Western and East Asian residents, said: ‘There has always been abuse. The virus has given some individuals a reason for that abuse.’

      She explained: ‘We wear masks to protect others from our coughs and sneezes.

      Some wear them as a protection against pollution. Some women wear them because they don’t want to be seen without make-up. We do it to protect others, not ourselves.’