Midweek 9th August 2023

We enter the doldrums of the year . The sons and daughters of BBC executives are doing their job experience as interns before continuing the dynasty on the taxpayers ‘ cash .Viewing and listening figures continue to plunge as the BBC happily destroys itself .

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483 Responses to Midweek 9th August 2023

  1. BRISSLES says:

    OH My God, no way !!!! Wanna sit next to me and ride shotgun Snuffy ??


    • Up2snuff says:



      • Up2snuff says:

        “Eccles, Brissles has got firstist – teeehheee. I did not get deaded! I like this game. Let’s play it again.”


        • Up2snuff says:

          Oooh! OK, ‘bottle, you go first.


          • Up2snuff says:

            Nnohe, Eccles, you go first.


            • Up2snuff says:

              Ummh, ‘bottle, I’m just going to read what it says on this notice on the door. You go in first.


              • Up2snuff says:

                I will, Eccles, I will. Akela of the East Finchley Wolf Cubs, I will do my duty and step bravely forward clutching my new cardboard digital phone in my left hand. You read the notice and tell me what it says Eccles.


                • Up2snuff says:

                  Eccles reads sort of aloud tracing the words with his finger. “Ummmahhh, (smacks lips) what does it say here on the door. Gas store. No naked flames. Mobile phone use forbidden. OOoohhhh!”

                  “Bottle, I don’t think you should go in there”


                  • Up2snuff says:

                    “Thinks: it is very dark in here, I cannot see. I know what I shall do. Resourceful Bluebintle of the East Finchley Wolf Cubs does not fear the dark. He bravely pulls out his cardboard mobile phone and turns on the light. I can see. What is all them red cylinders stacked up for?”


                    • Up2snuff says:

                      Grams FX: very loud explosion.

                      “Neuuuuheeuuughgh! You dirty rotten swines you have deaded me. My knees is all back to fronted. I must go and find Eccles. Where are you Eccles? Eccles?”

                      Bluebottle pulls Eccles out from under the door.

                      “Eccles, you are all flatted, you are.”

                      ” ‘Bottle, fold me up carefully and put me in your backpack.”


  2. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Wants to save the environment. Murders Boyfriend.



  3. Guest Who says:

    Surprised it took the BBC that long to get in.

    And when it says ‘Stockholm’, what was it doing there? Serving as a hand grenade factory?


    • Scroblene says:

      “Stockholm syndrome is a coping mechanism to a captive or abusive situation. People develop positive feelings toward their captors or abusers over time. This condition applies to situations including child abuse, coach-athlete abuse, relationship abuse and sex trafficking.”

      Sounds about right…


      • Up2snuff says:

        Guest, you will need to explain the Tweets thread to the rest of us because we can no longer access tweets. Elon Musk as put an ‘X’ alongside our names. What does it say?


    • MarkyMark says:

      Life in Africa (WANKANDA) is better.


    • tomo says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      Koran found in toilet.


  4. Guest Who says:

    Asked and answered.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Same as above, please explain what is going on, Guest.


      • Guest Who says:

        No time to offer a full description. Sorry. If you need to read what is a major platform used by the BBC and media, please engage with twitter. If not, as indicated previously, it is easily passed over.


        • Up2snuff says:

          We shall ignore your posts then or even ask our Moderator to block them.


          • Guest Who says:

            That is acceptable.

            Oh, who is ‘we’?


            • Scroblene says:

              Dunno what the problem is…

              I’m certainly not a Twotter, yet I heard the Pastor quite clearly, and noticed the usual smug, sneering mug of Sopile, clearly thinking he’s being incisive and interrogative, when all he’s doing is making an utter arse of himself as usual!


  5. Nibor says:

    Now if someone impaled Anna Soubrery with a javelin because she`s a hypocrite , would Emily Maitless
    1: think that all murders were abhorrent ?
    2: think that Soubery deserved it because she was once a Conservative minister ( says a lot about the Tories ) ?
    3: think it`s wrong because Foghorn Soubrey is part of the establishment ?

    I reckon it`s 3 because Emily Maitless is also a two faced haradan who doesn`t even have the decency to show her other face which at least wouldn`t frighten the children .


    • Scroblene says:

      Do we actually know if Maitlis, Sopel and Marr were kicked out of the Beebolic Swamp or did they jump when they realised that their ‘positions’ were untenable?

      LBC is quite good with some presenters, (the above not included of course – well shove Lammy in there as well for good measure), but also has some appalling stuff which needs to be switched off as soon as the yapping starts! Rarely do phone-ins instigate more than a moronic display of ignorance, especially at night for some reason, and when Steve Allen had the early slot, he never had to resort to listening to incoherent gibbering from a tiresome bloke in Croydon or similar! Clive Bull nearly always finishes his set with a call from a bloke in Newport, who seems to read a prepared script which is usually boring and a bit daft!

      The last time I listened to R5Live, I thought Dotun Adebayo was reasonable in his delivery, even though he had to cope with similar thick callers, but that was years ago…


    • Fedup2 says:

      Interesting that soubry still has an audience . She fought the democratic vote of a referendum – of all rare things – together with her ‘friends ‘ and when the election came she was thrown out of public office together with a great many of the remainer traitor vermin like her .

      Yet she is still referred to? Why .

      I checked the election result – Tory 26 k labour 21 k – soubry – 4k …. Wiped out – I bet those 4000 had connection £ to her …. The other 42000 were repelled by her and her mouth .


      • Scroblene says:

        She sometimes reminds me of David Icke for some peculiar reason!

        I suppose she’s really on a par with Nutter Ali and Picky Vice for the “Time to spit on our taxpayers” slots the Beebonics chuck about with tiresome repetition!.

        But there again, she sometimes doesn’t remind me of anyone except maybe another ‘political’ loser.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Scroblene – she probably sees the coming election as an opportunity to get back as a strong liberal traitor candidate – although I suspect the likes of Eddie Davy wouldn’t want a loose cannon like her on board – she’d be looking at the top (liberal ) job the moment they’d be dumb enough to elect her ….


  6. Richard Pinder says:

    The “The Covenant with Death”: https://freedomintruth.substack.com



  7. Fedup2 says:

    Not directly the BbB – but I wonder ….

    .. two recently published data breaches – last week some idiot in the MOD sent secret material to a country friendly to Putin – yesterday the details of the entire PSNI were sent out in error .

    In both cases the individual who pressed the ‘send’ button isn’t named – yet the consequences will / could be dire. If these characters knew that if they screwed up so badly there would be life long consequences maybe they d be better at the jobs ….

    Oh btw – i forgot the small matter of 40 000 000 names and addresses of voters being taken because someone was too think to secure it ! Right GCHQ / brigade 77 – ‘extremism ‘monitors ?


  8. andyjsnape says:

    Tory Lanez sentenced to 10 years for shooting Megan Thee Stallion

    Is anyone really bothered, other than the bbc who tries to relate to the black minority in the UK

    Megan Thee Stallion, honestly!


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      I thought she was called Megan Three Stallion, so you live and learn.


  9. AsISeeIt says:

    Former cool Britannia prime minister, mentor and would-be puppet master to Keir Starmer and obsessive digital ID proponent, Tony Blair, makes the frontpage of the Times this morning: Big backer Sir Tony Blair’s policy institute is being bankrolled by Larry Ellison, whose software group Oracle was a supplier of technology to his government

    This brings to mind a clutch of assorted old headline reports

    Keir Starmer taking advice from Blair and Brown as Labour gears up for government… Mr Starmer told the Times: “I’ve been talking to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown for some time now.. I’m conscious that we’ve been out of power for 12 years. That means I don’t have people around the shadow cabinet table who’ve got huge experience in government. So, I’m determined that we need to be ready to hit the ground running.” (Mirror)

    As previously noted hereabouts the Labour-curious Times has been Sir Keir’s go to platform of late

    Tony Blair gave Keir Starmer his blessing – and he needs it…With mad eyes, white hair and alarming teeth, Blair at 70 looks as if he has been raised from his tomb (Telegraph)

    Sir Keir Starmer’s plans for ‘Lord Tony’ and second coming of the Blairites… in yet another U-turn, last week abandoned plans to close down the House of Lords in his first term and instead announced he will create up to 100 new peers… If he wins the General Election, the list may well include Labour’s last two prime ministers, Gordon Brown and Tony Blair. (Daily Mail)

    Tony Blair is preparing to rule Britain again – and Starmer might just let him. The ex-PM may be only too happy to fill Labour’s vacuum of ideas. But what is his agenda really? (Telegraph)

    Will Tony Blair ever give up on ID cards? (Spectator)

    Digital IDs for all under latest proposals from former PM Sir Tony Blair (giveaway Metro)

    Tony Blair and William Hague call for everyone to have digital ID cards… The former Labour and Conservative leaders have put their political differences aside to push for the roll-out of digital ID. (Sky News)

    And do we perhaps envisage any problems with that notion of the central State computerising all our personal details?

    Two data breaches that just defy belief… Details of more than 40 MILLION voters exposed in cyber attack on electoral roll… Security fears as name of EVERY Northern Ireland police officer is published in error (Daily Mail)

    Any advance on 40 million on our electoral roll?

    Elections chief admits: We were hacked… Cyber raid on 50m voters… allowing them access personal details… system was penetrated for more than a year… The Electoral Commission… still does not know who the ‘hostile actors’ are… (freebie Metro)

    Any concern out there that these days, despite computerisation, (or perhaps because of?) the size of the electorate appears with a margin of error of 10 million? But we digress.

    Cyber attack on voters’ register likely to be among biggest UK data breaches… “We do not know who is responsible for the attack” (FT)

    Let’s think… who are the bad guys these days? Who can pin this one on?

    China ‘will use electric cars to spy on Britain’… Imports from Beijing would help with net zero targets, but ministers fear technology could be used to harvest information on drivers (Telegraph) – could be the Chinese?

    Someone tried to hack the Chinese electoral register – but they soon realised they were deeply in the Wongs

    Meanwhile in the gung ho for Ukraine Times of London we enjoy one of those unhappy juxtapositions – right beside the frontpage pic of Sir Tony and his tech firm mogul mate out for what appears to be a trip once round the bay of somewhere exotic – in what looks like a pedalo – we have this headline: GCHQ fears Russians hacked electoral roll

    The regime speaks via their designated mouthpieces: Sir David Omand, a former director of GCHQ… told BBC Radio 4’s PM programme “Russians…” (Times)

    And for good measure: ...said he suspected that the Russians were behind the attack because of their recent interference in democratic elections in the UK, United States, France and Germany. (Times) – Really, Sir David? Evidence please?

    The great nothing-burger.. Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the Mueller report — that special counsel Robert Mueller found no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives to undermine the 2016 election… As expected by anyone with an objective pulse, the Mueller investigation, after more than a year of intrigue, turned out to be a huge nothing-burger. From the beginning it was an old, tired, red-scare tactic (The Hill)

    And finally…. speaking of nothing burgers…

    How fake meat left a bad taste (Daily Telegraph)

    I was a vegan for five years but the food wasn’t tasty… or nutritious (‘i’)


    • Fedup2 says:

      As I’ve said here before … no PM is going to abolish an institution he might want to be a member of one day . As for Tony Blair becoming a peer – I think he’d need to shred his finances again before public interest checks – and the last thing a Pm barrister would want is another PM barrister as a competitor . Gordon brown obviously – is worthless .

      My expectation of a huge red labour majority – 200 – might get moderated to a hung parliament at best .

      The electorate wants to give blue labour a kicking and will old its’ nose at the monsters it will be replacing them with – one set of vermin for another ….
      On the upside we might see less of those sour faced hate filled SNP types – replaced by red labour hate filled comrades …

      Apart from raising taxes even more to throw at the feckless I can’t think what difference red labour will make from the current brand – although 5 years of blaming blue labour is gonna get boring real quick ….

      …. As for data on the whole electorate being lifted from the electoral commission – is it any wonder ? Those muppets can’t even see fraudulent postal votes …. Anyone gonna get sacked ? No . Lessons learned ? No .
      New published in the doldrums month ….cynical ? Me .


      • Up2snuff says:

        Fed, it is always important to remember that the UK Electorate is not stupid.


        • Fedup2 says:

          I disagree – if only because of that ‘me dad voted red so i always will ‘ crap . Coupled with tribal hatreds now redundant since the one party state took over .

          Its a shame that a national broadcaster cannot really explain how bad the position of the UK is in terms of decline across the board . But then it is in the business of going from one yummy confection too another as those with ADHD do .

          There are exceptions of course – such as the awesome brexit result – but the swamp is reversing that as i type


        • callinson says:

          But equally important to remember that the UK electorate may not be fully informed about the beliefs (current and past) of their potential candidates?


  10. andyjsnape says:

    More “famous” celebrities added to strictly come dancing


    Luckily the bbc gives details who these “famous” people are


  11. BRISSLES says:

    Andy, the “bookers” of this “talent” are pandering clearly to their own age group, with a couple of oldies thrown in to keep the grannies interested.


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello Brissles

      Sorry misread your message above, thought you said Trannies 🙂


  12. Thoughtful says:

    With apologies to Deborah and others, this is not meant to be anti Semitic nor an attack on Jewish people as a group, yet there appears to be in America a cabal of corrupt Jewish people intent on enriching themselves and pushing an evil political agenda without regard to the consequences providing they enrich themselves in the process.

    Without a doubt, and with demonstrable evidence the Ukraine war is being aged in order to enrich this cabal.
    Max Blumenthal exposed this and was promptly arrested for his work. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Blumenthal

    People have asked who might be behind the Biden maladministration and it would appear to be this corrupt cabal of people.

    Here is the Joe Rogan show which gives insight into two of the larger players.


    • tomo says:

      It’s two hours….but in my opinion worth anybody’s time unless they are an unalloyed Biden fan…. I had that sheesh, look at the clock! moment after the interview finished.

      – but it’s not really about Biden per se – he’s just the fruiting body for a web of fungus.

      The https://marcopolousa.org/ web site is dry facts and evidence like trying to eat an entire crate of cracker biscuits without any liquid.

      Garrett Ziegler also offers some telling insight into the Trump administration.


      • Fedup2 says:

        God skip the first 7 minutes …gave 15 minutes – if only people could be concise instead of yap yap yap …


        • tomo says:


          granted – there is a bit of faffing about but the trove of ammo is considerable.

          I hope Ziegler’s work collating the evidence is used – I’ve spent time working inside the orbit of goons like Hunter Biden (not all American) and it would be splendid entertainment to see one jailed.


        • Guest Who says:

          Got YouTube then? Good lad.


  13. taffman says:


    “Stop the Boats” Rishi and start deporting before it gets worse !
    Great Britain is being made to look attractive and a “soft touch” to the rest of the world . Many Tories in taffland (and it does not have many ) are moving their allegiance to Reform UK.
    Stop the bloody boats !
    Simples .


    • G says:


      “Stop the boats” No, no, no, that cannot happen during the course of enlisting, what will be the Government’s declared militia in due course of “Fighting Age Young Men” which will be called upon when and/or if the public revolt. It aint gonna be the police which, as we know don’t respond to crime even now. Naturally, that’s to the exception of serious crime, such as the range of Hate Crimes. Our military servicemen? The imports by rubber boat are, right now roughly equal to the army numerically.

      The malitia could be engaged when their family join them and wish to take over houses selected but occupied / owned by “Whitee”. I’m sure Rich Sunak will find many uses for them to ‘physically’ quell the indigenous Brits.


  14. taffman says:

    “Tories could campaign to leave European human rights treaty if Rwanda flights blocked”

    Operative word “Could”?
    We should have left when we democratically voted for Brexit .


  15. Fedup2 says:

    Funny how Soros is seen as much as an enemy in the US as UK.

    Thoughtful – I didn’t have time to watch this but at 1.75 x it’s great and worrying stuff – and watched it all -the source of woke ….

    ..as for anti semitism – I don’t see it – it is the action of very very wealthy / powerful individuals who just want control …

    … don’t know Joe rogan but he is a very good listener ….

    81 % of the S and P 500 have 3 majority shareholders ? Wow ..


  16. tomo says:

    As the number of public sector jobs goes up the delivered service goes down?


    • G says:

      Well, someone’s got to process the outstanding/backlog of Asylum Applications/claims……………. Nothing better than a Afghan checking over and agreeing an application for an Afghan.

      Just add the cost to the outlay for hotel’s / barges etc.


    • Sluff says:

      But yet again, everyone has forgotten to mention the future pension liability. With wages always come pension liabilities.

      Let us remember that civil servants, along with other public sector workers, get TOTAL inflation protection. So retired civil servants will be enjoying a pension increase of around 10% this year. And that is hard-wired into all future pensions for evermore. All paid for by current and future taxpayers.

      No wonder simple services like maintenance of parks, gardens, and roads don’t happen. After pensions and the NHS, there is nothing left for anything else.


      • Scroblene says:

        Good point Sluff!

        Changing ‘jobs’ every couple of years is a national sport in the snivel serpents’ lifestyle – closely copied by the local authorities’ crowd.

        I think just over 20% of my poll tax in Tunbridge Wells goes to pension provisions for the masses of jobsworths there! Thank goodness I’m so old, well, 76, they’ll get very little more from me…


      • Sluff says:

        Post script.
        How weird.
        This morning (Thurs), the Times front page are going with the fact that public sector pensions are higher than Defence, Home Office, and Police.
        Meanwhile the Telegraph front page are going with the fact that the number of civil servants on SIX figure annual pensions has trebled in the last few years, fuelled by a 10% pension pay rise this year alone.

        Do we get more readers than we think?
        Has the penny finally dropped?
        It would be nice to think so.
        Don’t hold your breath.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Cameron’s ‘Bonfire of the quangos’ to cost double original estimate
      This article is more than 11 years old
      National Audit Office puts the bill for abolishing 262 public bodies at £830m, not the £425m ministers proposed in 2010



  17. andyjsnape says:

    bbc worries about luggage, I guess this can’t really offend anyone “reporting” this

    Why is my hand luggage allowance shrinking?

    Please people stop funding this organisation!


  18. tomo says:

    Social media clampdown will stop the channel boats.

    Gawd … he’s a credulous twerp or he’s pissing on us and announcing it’s raining.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Park the barge outside Parliament and inside Rishi Swimming pool – ha ha haha



  19. Guest Who says:

    Almost everything now seems ‘run’ by an unholy mix of unelected juvenile Spads, idiot PR girlies, and wimmin, and their equally brain donor cubicle ‘story’/outrage/campaign #prasnews copypasters.

    And, with luck by living in a very insular, inbred and self-protected bubble they have emboldened each other with each added tripe dollop to the extent that at last the public with much better to do is noticing, fed up, and motivated to react.

    Look at the US Footy Hairdos, Gillette, Budweiser, Disney Harry’s, etc on ‘ishoos’… people are voting with wallets.

    Our Limp councillors were reduced to a flyer about their recent ‘successes’ based on % of vote, because almost no one bothered. And they only got it as they are the most extensive and active bunch of beard weirdies around. Are were not Tory or Labour.

    Then the BBC. How many have cancelled?


  20. Flotsam says:

    As already commented on, the data breach of the electoral register and the NI Police come as no surprise to me The fact is that all Government data is available at a price to anyone that wants to pay for it. How do private investigators provide their services? There are moles in all places willing to provide.

    My objection to the electoral register is that the Credit reference agencies have full access to the register. I believe that’s in return for the Government being able to use Credit reference data.


  21. JohnC says:

    Tory Lanez: How the Megan Thee Stallion shooting trial played out

    Another bizarre article by a BBC clone wetting her panties about somebody she thinks is famous doing something to someone else she thinks is famous. It’s clear she doesn’t know who to fawn over – when all I can see is two dregs of society who got famous by being black and singing showing their true colours.

    I wonder if there is anyone in the world who cares less about this article than me. Or more than Riyah Collins at the BBC:


    I think ‘Showbusiness’ is the lowest of the low in the journalist heirarchy – which must be extremely low going by general journalistic standards.


  22. tomo says:

    Bournemouth councillors… I hope that van is filled and paid for from voluntary donations?


  23. Sluff says:

    BBC inform us today of a migrant boat in Italy where 41 have died.


    The subtitle under the main headline is ‘Europe Migrant Crisis’.

    Given the BBC’s keen-ness to declare crises (cost of living crisis, climate crisis) could they help us by telling us the order of importance of their crises?

    We might even get a BBC crisis top 10. Perhaps they could engage Tony Blackburn to do this.
    Or, even better, Gary Lineker.


    • tomo says:

      Sluff – Blackburn is too far right + reactionary!

      It would be fun to see Lineker channeling Bob Geldof and going on jaunts to Africa / Libya etcetera – doing a reverse migrant journey would be great.


  24. andyjsnape says:

    bbc reporting..

    Wages squeezed in many parts of UK until end of 2024

    and earlier a report that manufacturing in the UK will not grow for the next 5 years, Brexits fault amongst others (report seems to have disappeared now from the webshte) funny how things disappear really quick

    Is a pattern forming on the reporting from the bbc to be even more negative against the current government

    God helps us if labour get in


    • moggie63 says:

      Their reporting is the journalistic equivalent of knocking on the door and running.


  25. Sluff says:

    One of the ways to define bias at the BBC is to see who they refer to as independent and impartial.

    On Toady this morning we had one of their favourites, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Their spokesman basically spent the ‘interview’ blaming Brexit for everything.

    The NIESR has had a left wing, big state, high tax, anti-Tory position for as long as I can remember. Ideal go-to organisation then for BBC ‘impartial’ assessments.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Sluff – yes i thought it was wholely financed by the TUC. We ll be hearing a lot more from it after regime change ..


  26. digg says:

    The French have come up with a plan to shame and restrict drivers whilst driving in France.

    If you drive in France you will have to display a sticker showing how contemptible you and your vehicle are.

    Don’t display and you will be punished severely.


    Actually someone else came up with a similar idea to identify undesirables a while back…


    However it didn’t go so well for him!


  27. Guest Who says:

    Ms. Myska has been alerted by an activist who has been alerted to do a strafing run.

    “Undoubtedly they’ll claim it’s their right to put what they like – which it is. Thing is, don’t moan about people not shopping with you then!”

    The kind of person in goes into a tobacconists to get their kids fags?

    This is modern Britain now. Two overpaid clowns conspiring to get some folk sacked and put out of business.

    Would I put up such a photo? No.

    In the current environment do I think it was sensible? Probably not.

    Would I pursue this route as a line of first option? no.

    Some feel they might not expect this in a kids’ section of a library.. deliberately on display to provide fuel for certain folk meeting certain folk in vegan cafes to plan the next joint effort.


    Swings. Roundabouts and kids. And what passes for a media gob. The shop is toast.


  28. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Why don’t they take the enrichers from their rubber dinghies straight to the barge.
    They will not have the time or a chance to have their lawyers do their blocking moves.
    It will also be a message for this weeks 500 popping over.


  29. Fedup2 says:

    Not being an economist- i wonder what the effect of china deflating is ?

    Also – the small matter of poland sending 2000 troops to the belorussian border doesn’t feature much in any news ive seen today … war and rimours of war ..


    • Up2snuff says:

      Fed, it will mean that they flog even more of their ‘stuff’ to us. The tone of TOADY this morning on that item – yet another new business correspondent by the name of Will something (BBC overpaid and over staffed and over here) – was trying to shroud wave a bit.

      Deflation is good because it cancels out some of the past inflation. I prefer to call it negative inflation because the word ‘deflation’ scares old ladies and horses.


  30. andyjsnape says:

    How will new Wales-wide 20mph speed limit law work?

    GETTY IMAGES = the lovely family, seem to be having a great time driving at 20mph!

    Why not ban cars, oww wait


    • MarkyMark says:



      • G says:

        MM, what’s gone wrong? BBC showing four white people together. Not a black in sight ! I guess the BBC’s thinking is that the public would not tolerate a family of blacks in that context particularly in Wales. Always better to slide in a single black ubiquitously to achieve the stealth conversion. Only problem with that, BBC, is that normally the single black person they dot the news with are killers with a knife.


    • moggie63 says:

      The area I live has apparently had a 20mph speed limit since 2003. I have lived here since 2014 and it’s the first I have heard of it.


      • G says:


        Wait till the cameras go up which will confirm the money-making nature of the venture.


  31. Guest Who says:

    Sky appears to think out-BBC’ing the BBC on science and geological history will win the day. The comments suggest not.

    I am not a Clarksonesque tyre burner, but this media approach is plain silly to inspire coverts.

    And it looks like a roofer has grasped reality better than most of central London’s unis and studios.

    Maybe excess AGW C02 is best reduced where sensible positive.

    Trying to reverse the sun, and nature, using public trillions to please billionaires, activists and media clowns using money diverted from sensible economic development in the West.. as certain cultures view to outbreed each other to get here under the guidance of the same idiots… is a short route to anarchy and then actual armageddon.

    And no gated community with a heat exchanger is going to spare you that.


  32. Althepalerp says:

    The so called ethical shop that is the CO-OP still sells cigarettes which kill people. Making millions.
    Where is the uproar?


    • digg says:

      I got a strong whiff of creeping wokeyness and green mania from the co-op some time back, ….. when they pulled investment from fossil fuel companies despite having a large chunk of the manufacturing their products relying on coal and oil, I moved my bank account and don’t go in their stores anymore now.

      My grandparents lived in Lancashire and most of the males at the time were self employed coal miners paid by the shift and their livelihoods and thus the very founding and existence of the Co-op was built on coal mining.


  33. andyjsnape says:

    bbc propaganda in full flow:-

    Russia’s new schoolbook aims to justify war on Ukraine


  34. MarkyMark says:

    BBC Radio 2 – popular names – won’t touch them ….

    UK Surname Positions #1 – Smith #2 – Jones ( wiki – List of most common surnames in United Kingdom )
    London shows a different picture for surnames …
    3.Patel (India)
    10.Khan (Pakistan)

    You can also find The most common surnames county by county – sofeminine.co.uk

    Find out yourself SpinningReith,

    You can enter your name and see it’s popularity go up or down …. visual.ons.gov.uk/baby-names-since-1904-how-has-yours-performed

    With a special link provided by the the UK Government for special names such as Muhammad, Mohammed and Mohammad (other names not so special)

    We do not have a definitive answer for why the variations of the name Muhammad have generally risen up the rankings over time, but there are some possible explanations.
    1. The increasing size of the Muslim community in England and Wales
    2. The dominance of the name in the Muslim community combined with increased diversity in names for baby boys
    3. The possible increased dominance of the name in the Muslim community
    4. The possible effect of popular sporting figures with the names Muhammad and Mohamed

    The term such as ‘increased dominance‘ is odd, when in maths you could use the term ‘increased occurrence’ instead.

    dominance – power and influence over others
    occurrence – the fact or frequency of something happening

    Words do have meanings and some are more emotive than others.



    • Fedup2 says:

      Maybe if the first and last names were beginning with ‘m’. And ending with ‘d’ we d get the Mohammed variations ….


  35. Guest Who says:

    The Failure, home of many a BBc fave… Maguire, Crerar… fake photos of squaddies• runs with this political media genius.


    Alcatraz closed several decades ago. These fine fellows look young, and have been there around a day.

    There’s a slim chance a concoction of activists, legal sharks, Labour pols and media have been writing their scripts.

    *Likely once using said barge.


  36. Guest Who says:

    Speaking of activists, BBc and ex…

    What he means to say is it conforms to his narrow, selective, exclusionary worldview. Graun, BBC… and winds up his thug core.

    Then there is Vile, using ‘quotes’ to maximum effect.

    ‘Calling out’ is code for ‘this guy is my hero and is saying what I’d like to’.

    These propagandists were handed a platform by the BBC and abuse it daily.


    • Guest Who says:

      Vile is a busy bee.

      Clearly yes, and the likes of Soubry, Maitlis, Sopes etc especially. They are poor.

      And with luck the driver will come across their chum as he is dobbing in yet another punter, selectively.


    • MarkyMark says:

      #Merkel wins Finland gender equality prize. Germany’s chancellor has been named the inaugural winner of an international gender equality award created by the Finnish government. The jury chose her because of her “commitment to women and girls globally”

      . . . in other news . . .

      BBC fails to follow up on a refugee related News story … BBC £3.5bn Search for ‘Maria Freiburg’

      Apparently he thought that he had already strangled her to death. The judge questioned him concerning “sex with a dead girl,” and the offender said:

      “It didn’t bother me to have sex with a dead girl.” (Hussein K.)



  37. Guest Who says:

    They all do it to each other, but the BBc gets extra flouncy if done to them.

    Oooo… ‘alleged’. Unlike say… many a BBC staffer’s antics.

    And ‘claims’ (ditto). By renowned toxicity experts… MPs.


  38. StewGreen says:

    Yesterday BBC local TV/radio and ITV quickly reported ..no names
    “Three men charged after woman is raped in Hull bogus taxi”

    The charging happened well be before the news so they had time.
    The ITV web report does name them

    Safi Bakhtullah, 18
    Habibullah Ahmadazai, 18,
    Kaihan Safi, 25,

    If two are name Safi that suggests to me they’re brothers
    It’s an Arabic name
    but is also used as a surname by the Safi tribal group from Afghanistan

    FFS the BBC web report is so short, it leaves off the names too
    The public know their game .. https://twitter.com/jonah25493223/status/1688900443156463617


  39. Guest Who says:

    And now, Simpo. Plus groupies.


  40. Guest Who says:

    Speaking of groupies, they know things…

    ..that everyone knows.

    He might try running that past BBC N. America when they emerge with Sleepy’s next ‘accident’.


    • StewGreen says:

      “Hull University warns Pakistani students not to take part in any protest against the visiting Pakistani judges including Judge Humayun Dilawar or face serious consequences”

      Strange A judge sentences Imran Khan then a few days later turns up at Hull University
      The Imran Khan mob turn up to protest
      There’s loads of fakenews with these types of protests .

      Yesterday BBC and ITV chose not to report
      .. It can be said reporting protests is not actual news
      cos it is just free PR for agitators
      but media pick and choose which one to report


  41. Guest Who says:

    And finally, some good, honest, straight, news about a good, honest, straight politician the BBC likes.

    I think #CCBGB might apply here. For both.


  42. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Commentators on these ‘migrants’ always keep reminding us that we don’t know who they are and there could be some that are not genuine migrants in with them.
    That gives the impression that they are just about all migrants fleeing for their lives and it’s possible a ‘bad ‘un’ will be in with them.

    I would say there are probably less than 5% of these channel crossers who could be classed as genuine asylum seekers, probably even just 1%, and the rest are people wanting a better life in the UK.
    I don’t believe for a second that they are mostly genuine asylum seekers as all the media’s are telling us.

    The thing is, our ‘civil servants’ will grant just about all of them ‘asylum’ and any who are not granted asylum just keep on appealing and eventually get let in (or an amnesty comes along and thousands are simply nodded through)


  43. MarkyMark says:

    Tory peer Zac Goldsmith has told BBC HARDtalk he would be “very tempted” to back the Labour Party at the next election if they showed “a real commitment” to “protect[ing] the natural world” as part of their green agenda.



  44. atlas_shrugged says:

    Orcas attack boat off the coast of Portugal:

    Springster to Verify?


  45. Guest Who says:

    You may call me AI


    There’s that word ‘could’ again. Springster should check my spelling.


  46. Dickie says:

    Just something to take ones mind of the crap that’s going on around us:


  47. Guest Who says:

    Got to love the BBC and its lovely boys.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Anyone who loves the BBC is left-wing, and anyone who hates the BBC is right-wing. This is why the BBC wants to lock up right-wing people who refuse to pay the licence fee. Its also why OFCOM insists GB News should be more like the BBC by sacking those that are right-wing. Pro-EU MP’s want Britain to be more like Communist China, by punishing those who stand up for right-wing causes such as democracy, individual freedom and free speech. Left-wing punishments supported by the BBC include Lockdown restrictions, Banking restrictions, Shopping restrictions, Fossil Fuel bans, arrests, bans, restrictions and death by compulsory jabs: https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/the-bbc-hopelessly-locked-in-its-bias-bubble


    • MarkyMark says:

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

      Everyone. Everyone. Everyone.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      It’s all right when they do it.


  48. Guest Who says:

    At last, news, not from Getty.

    Mother and daughter first to go to space together


    “My intention is to just break any barriers that we set for ourselves or that the world sets for us.”

    It is, however, full of BBC awesomeness in text and image.

    And beardie gets a deal on PR.

    ‘The advertised price for a ride on the rocket plane has been as high as $450,000 (£350,000).’

    Oh yes. He knows what gets BBC #prasnews

    ‘The pair will be joined former Team GB Olympian Jon Goodwin from Newcastle. He will become the second person with Parkinson’s to go to space as well as the first Olympian.’


    • Terminal Moraine says:

      Aren’t sweepstakes supposed to be random?

      An Antiguan philosophy & physics student studying in the UK… first astronauts from the Caribbean… what are the odds?