Start the week 18th September 2023

A former BBC employee called Russell Brand is now the subject of an execution by media . Mr Brand is not ‘approved ‘ so – like many others – must be destroyed . But if the BBC is found to have ‘looked the other way ‘ again – it will help our cause of ending the Biased BBC .

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    • MarkyMark says:



    • Guest Who says:

      Intrigued that it was left on autopilot so it could carry on its merry way.

      Making one wonder why it was necessary to eject, and if any thought had been given to what happened when it ran out of go-go juice.


    • TrickCyclist says:

      These things happen I suppose.
      At the time of the Falklands conflict in May 1982 there was a bit of a to-do between an RAF Phantom FGR2 and two RAF Jaguar GR1s in Germany.
      Being the Cold War, the Phantom was sent to intercept the Jaguars in a mock dogfight, targeted one of them – and blew it’s tail off with a Sidewinder missile. Multiple safety devices and procedures, all failed. The Phantom crew were reprimanded. When the Phantom – s/n XV422 – finally went to it’s scrapyard grave it still bore the Jag Killer victory marking painted on it by it’s ground crew.



  1. Dickie says:

    Not very patriotic then, these Ukranians. Thought they would all love to fight for Zelensky and his neo nazis


  2. MarkyMark says:

    Starmer said the EU deal negotiated by Johnson is up for review in 2025, and it will be an “important” moment to reset relations. He said that he’s inspired by his son and daughter to move Britain closer to the EU. A 15yr and a 12yr old!


    BBC star Jeremy Vine made his ten-year-old daughter a company shareholder to help lower his tax bill by channelling funds through private firm
    BBC’s Jeremy Vine appears to have used daughter to avoid tax payments
    Daughter Martha, aged 10, is shareholder in Jelly Vine Productions
    The presenter has been funnelling cash through the limited company
    Controversial move highlights BBC practice of paying some presenters off the books using money from millions in earns in licence fee money

    PUBLISHED: 00:33, 7 March 2015 | UPDATED: 15:52, 7 March 2015


  3. Dickie says:

    Another delusional idiot commenting for the Telegraph😂😂 Both these villages referred to are in the security zone (no man’s land). The AFU haven’t even reached the Russian 1st line of defence. Two more after that.


  4. MarkyMark says:

    “Empowering marginalised communities.”


  5. s.trubble says:

    While the bBC will be ferreting around their archives to diminish BrandGate we should keep the pressure on re the Bashir scandal.

    That one lays bare the true deviousness of this entity.

    Mind you Together with Savile Bashir and Brand could be 3 ghosts to haunt the bBC for some considerable time, hopefully, their endgame.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      You forget the ghosts of Schofield (who came out of the BBC broom cupboard, I swear I’m not making it up), and of Who… Who? Huw, That’s Who, the BBC HAS had a busy year, and it’s not over yet…


  6. digg says:

    OFCOM seem to be on a mission to try to cripple GB news over accusations of a lack of impartially.

    My GOD! Have they never watched BBC who are the absolute masters of this?

    Of course these OFCOM “actions” only seem to be taken when what they view as the “Right” are involved and never the “Left” as is normally the case with the BBC.

    This is a coordinated approach and must involve players both within OFCOM (Involving a large left-wing ex-BBC management contingent I believe) and always syncing with left-wing MSM,” cancel the opposition” views.

    What a total stitch-up!


    • moggie63 says:

      I automatically believe the opposite of anything I hear on the BBC. It certainly works with the weather forecast.


    • JohnC says:

      The problem is that the Left are much more prone to be activists than the Right. They are driven by hate and intolerance whereas the Right are generally people who live in the real world.

      Hence they watch GB News simply to try and find reasons to complain to OFCOM. They can’t ignore it like most people on the Right do to the BBC, they actively want to destroy it – and will go out of their way to do it.

      The watchdog said the interview failed to include an “appropriately wide range of significant views”.

      Considering what we have reported here about the BBC – who have an actual mandate to be impartial and unbiased – it’s an absolutely ridiculous charge when they let the BBC get away with so much. The BBC have evolved a range of tricks to avoid breaking the letter of the rules (whilst most definitely breaking the spirit) and OFCOM are quite happy to go along with it as it suits them both.


  7. tomo says:

    Hmmm…knives and migrants



  8. pugnazious says:

    Brand is guilty and what should we do about behaviour like his…oh…but he claims he’s innocent…just for the record. Good old Nicky Campbell….judge and jury.

    The government wants to ram through its online safety bill…hence its opportunistic and very vocal ‘concerns’ about Brand and social media.

    And they all want to silence his vlog on Youtube….David Yelland this morning let the cat out of the bag, as if so many others hadn’t already, as he said we mustn’t be too concerned about the past but must look to now….Brand is on Youtube, owned by Google and he has over 6 million subscribers……that’s a problem that needs shutting down Yelland implied. Why? Because Brand asks too many awkward questions about climate, covid, lockdown, Hunter Biden, immigration etc etc.

    Is there a script? A media commentator stated that Brand set up his Youtube channel because he knew this day was coming and he could build up a ‘tribe’ of fervent and fanatical supporters who wouldn’t care what was alleged about him.
    Curiously I heard the woman who now claims Brand abused her at age 16 spout exactly the same line much later on in the day….coincidence or conspiracy?…you decide.

    His past life is giving Them an excuse to silence him.

    Look at the Times today….Brand is the Frontpage and many more pages besides….a louche sex pest with questionable morals…he must be hung, drawn and quartered.

    Hmmmm…flick through the same issue of TheTimes and we find this about Serge Gainsbourg….

    ‘Alcoholic, sexually incontinent, rude: Oui, I love Serge!’
    ‘This of course was the secret of the great man’s charm….an exotic vision…permanent drunkeness, a career of offence-giving rewarded with public adulation.’

    Hmmm…sounds familiar….except for Brand it’s criminal or at least immoral.


    • BRISSLES says:

      There is clearly a real problem at the BBC, as well as the usual suspects of Savile, Hall, Harris, allegedly Edwards, and Jonathan King (?), there are also the snorters – Richard Bacon and Jon Leslie hosts of kids prog Blue Peter, and Angus Dayton.

      I don’t doubt there is “talent” currently working under contract whose unseeming behaviour is also “an open secret” which will come to light in a few years time.


    • markh says:

      Brand asked too many questions about climate, covid, lockdown, Hunter Biden and immigration? I’m warming to him.


  9. pugnazious says:

    Wonder what the main attribute was that clinched the job….


    ‘Chioma Nnadi named new head of editorial content at British Vogue’


    • MarkyMark says:

      NO MENTION OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND HOW FASHION IS DESTROYING THE WORLD FOR CHEAP CHINESE DRESSES … ha ha ha ha .. .climate is boiling – buy vogue to see why ….

      Chioma Nnadi is a British fashion editor. She is set to succeed Edward Enninful as the editor of British Vogue.[1] Nnadi’s title will be the ‘Head of Editorial Content’. Previous editors had been described as ‘Editor-in-Chief’.[1]

      Nnadi was born and bought up in London. Her father was from Nigeria, and had come to the UK to study in the 1960s, and her mother was a Swiss-German nurse. She worked at the magazines Trace and The Fader before joining the Evening Standard newspaper. In 2010 she joined Vogue in New York and latterly worked running the American website of Vogue as well as writing for the magazine and co-hosting the Vogue podcast.[1]


      What I’ve Learned About Style From My Nigerian Father

      June 14, 2019




  10. pugnazious says:

    The BBC did its very bestest to ignore and downplay the attempts to wipe out white farmers in South Africa…however a few migrants get attacked and they suddenly find the time to write an extensive report on events…..

    ‘Inside South Africa’s Operation Dudula: ‘Why we hate foreigners”
    ‘South African anti-migrant group Operation Dudula has become notorious for raiding businesses belonging to foreign nationals and forcing shops to close. BBC Africa Eye has gained rare access to members of the country’s most-prominent anti-migrant street movement.’

    Hmmm….sounds a lot like Peckham right now as Asian shopkeepers are under attack by Blacks….but the BBC just wasn’t interested in that either.

    Definitely not the migrant’s fault in South Africa…..

    ‘ A toxic mix of poverty, drugs and fear has resulted in a blame game where migrants have become the scapegoats.’

    Yeah….and can’t blame migrant communities for massive drug problems in the UK, or knife crime, or muggings, or shoplifting or mobbing or just general descent into anarchy and dystopia.


  11. pugnazious says:


    ‘”We grew up in apartheid times, where things were much better than what it is now,” he says, pointing to the drug problems. “The law was the law [then].”

    His fellow Dudula supporter, Cedric Stone, agrees: “South Africa needs to go back to the old South Africa that we know.

    “Our fathers started the tuck shops but today all those tuck shops are all foreigners, especially, Bangladeshis, Somali and Ethiopians. Why?”‘

    Not wrong are they? Many former colonised countries would benefit from a bit of white supremacy?


  12. pugnazious says:

    Listening to Times Radio just now and the presenter suggests that because the legal system fails so many women it’s important that the media take on the role of the courts…and become judge and jury prosecuting those they deem to be offenders…and we know how good the BBC is at getting that right.

    Funny how democracy and legal systems can be cast aside when it suits the lefty media.


  13. tomo says:

    Seems the US Marines have literally lost an F35

    Apparently it went into “zombie” mode and the pilot ejected and well, they don’t know at present where it went?


    • TrickCyclist says:

      Looks like a cockpit for the iphone generation. Maybe they should go back to knobs and switches.



  14. tomo says:

    Modern art in Wales


    Should be displayed in the Senned entrance



  15. Dickie says:


  16. StewGreen says:

    BBC Scotland seem biased as heck
    as they cutNpaste PR about the Prince of Scotland flying to New York to save the climate


  17. tomo says:



    • MarkyMark says:

      Aug2022 …. Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook restricting a story about Joe Biden’s son during the 2020 election was based on FBI misinformation warnings.

      The New York Post alleged leaked emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop showed the then vice-president was helping his son’s business dealings in Ukraine.

      Facebook and Twitter restricted sharing of the article, before reversing course amid allegations of censorship.

      Zuckerberg said that getting the decision wrong “sucks”.


  18. StewGreen says:

    While Sadiq IGNORES the impacts of London KNIFE CRIME
    he diverts by shouting London COULD have “Continuous periods above 40C”

    Well I see most of the time it’s well below 20C
    with some 20mph winds about
    His tweet is super-ratioed

    Actual weather



    • MarkyMark says:

      £12.50 to fart in the car.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Invade China – end climate change ….

      CPEC’s potential impact on Pakistan has been compared to that of the Marshall Plan undertaken by the United States in post-war Europe.[12][13][14][15] Pakistani officials predict that CPEC will result in the creation of upwards of 2.3 million jobs between 2015 and 2030, and add 2 to 2.5 percentage points to the country’s annual economic growth.[16] As of 2022, it has enhanced Pakistan’s exports and development capacity and is providing 1/4th of total electricity.[17]

      According to the World Bank researchers,”Chinese lenders require strict confidentiality from their debtors and do not release a granular breakdown of their lending.”[31][32] In 2015, the Governor of Central Bank in Pakistan, Ashraf Mahmood Wathra said, “I don’t know out of $46 billion, how much is debt, how much is equity and how much is in kind”[33] and did not know what the debt implications of CPEC actually were.[34]


    • markh says:

      Is there no end to that man’s idiocy? Yet London voted him in-twice!


      • JohnC says:

        He was elected because the people who voted for him are racist.

        It’s a sign of just how screwed up our society is that nobody in the media dare ever say it. Because the Left will brand you a racist if you call non-whites racist.


      • MarkyMark says:

        2018 … in a country where Islam is 5% of population and Christianity is the dominate religion ….

        Home Office, UK Security … Islamist …. Sajid Javid.

        London Mayor, UK Prosperity … Islamist … Sadiq Khan.

        CEO of Bernados, UK Children … Islamist .. Javed Khan.

        Prime Minister’s Special Envoy on Freedom of Religion or Belief … Islamist … Lord Ahmed.

        BBC religion and ethics commissioning … Islamist … Fatima Salaria

        . . . .

        0. Islam asks you to have zero thought about its origins and practices. And make zero comparisons with successful cultures.

        1. Islam asks for one simple thing. Islam asks for everything – finance, religion, police, morals, schools, law, food, science, clothes, art and your body to be Islamic.

        2. Islam only has two problems – Muhammed and Mohammed. Once the first problem has been solved then the second one can be solved easily.

        3. Islam offers three things. In the Koran it offers Peace, War and then a Continuation of War. In your life Islam wants you to subjugate yourself, subjugate your family and then subjugate everyone else.


      • tomo says:

        Khan getting the mayor gig twice – ain’t that a measure of the grim state of UK politics?


  19. Scroblene says:

    The BBC have released details of forthcoming programmes to coincide with some foreign religious day or whatever…

    The Wastelanders – where a small, insignificant mayor and his minder, (an unpleasant foreign person called Uggh Thikko), drive around London Docklands in an armoured Range Rover, discussing how many illegal immigrants they can house in all the emptying office towers.

    South Audley Street – where residents complain about various offices attended daily by White Caucasian girls, dressed in normal Western attire. (With English subtitles).

    Islington Opinions – where the BBC’s political ‘experts’ and ‘pundits’ meet in an exclusive wine bar and discuss what is wrong with Great Britain today, and how the Conservatives have ruined the country for the next thirteen years while Labour will save the world from Global Grilling.

    ‘My white Bicycle’ – a programme to enhance the joys of riding a bike in London, and the hazards normal pedestrians have to face when an unpleasant person wearing a camera on his head shows his horn. (Shouldn’t that be ‘Blows his horn’ – Ed). Theme music –

    Shoplifting – should it be a National Sport, possibly an Olympics event, and how will foreign countries deal with the benefits that shoplifters bring to the community.

    Whither America –  how the next Democrat presidency to be arranged next year will bring unity to the top three richest families over there and sod the rest of them.

    The Motorist in London – How to milk the cash cow even further, with related issues such as stabbings, rapes and overt thieving.


  20. JohnC says:

    7 front page articles on Russel Brand – despite no actual charges or conviction. He’s ruined no matter what – just like what they did to Kevin Spacey.

    No new news in the London violence section for over a week.

    ‘Horrific week of crime in London as 3 left dead, 11 stabbed and boy mauled by dog’

    100% sums up what the BBC has become. A Leftist organisation infested with woke, anti-white racists, bitter misandrists/non-heterosexuals and lots of others who go along with everybody else because they know they are a bit useless and are lucky to have a job.

    The kind of people who are useless in the real world.


    • Guest Who says:

      Has Paul Brand issued a statement yet? One way or the other.

      Usually he has lots to say.

      The overnights do indicate they are out to get their man.

      Stray from the pack at your peril.

      I see Arnie is now advertising power tools for Lidl.

      He was quite the lad back in the day.

      But is now covered by the Hollybrella. And, of course, has said sawwwwwwwyyyyy.

      Maybe the BBC will name a studio after him?


    • Thoughtful says:

      It’s the same on the Mail, three days now of headlines about him with multiple stories, it’s obvious it’s a hit piece on him.

      He has a lot of followers and they follow him because he’s exposing the corruption of the elites in power, and they aren’t so stupid that they can’t see through this, so unless they imprison him, which is quite likely in order to silence him, then he’s going to pretty much be where he was before.

      Yesterday a wild allegation surfaced about a rape 20 years ago, how on Earth is someone supposed to defend themselves about that? The woman had visited a rape crisis centre but refused to say who the rapist was – it could be anybody.


    • G says:


      Back in the late eighties/early nineties when Tom King was NI Home Secretary, he was regularly ‘gobbing off’ about a case that was at that time was unheard in the court. They were eventually convicted and locked up. The Court of Appeal eventually released the convicted essentially due to Kings constant prattling about the case and the strong likelihood of of the trial being unfair i.e. bias of the jury.

      Brand may have the last laugh if any one of the allegations get to court…………….


  21. andyjsnape says:

    Brand has to be quilty, the bbc keeps telling us

    How about shutup, Not guilty to proven


    • MarkyMark says:

      The “Great Writ” of habeas corpus is a fundamental right in the Constitution that protects against unlawful and indefinite imprisonment. Translated from Latin it means “show me the body.” Habeas corpus has historically been an important instrument to safeguard individual freedom against arbitrary executive power.


  22. Fedup2 says:

    Sunday afternoon BBC television ….. question ….. the BBC has the rights for live coverage of the ‘davis cup’ which apparently is tennis and there are British tennis players – apart from Andy Murray …. The tennis – apparently was quite exciting ….
    ……… so do you put the tennis on ? Or do you show cooking and DIY programmes ? And leave the tennis on the internet ?
    You guessed .
    The DT raises this issue . Obviously I care less but any decision by the BBC to do such a think just makes it a bit worse .. has brand topped himself yet ? The msm seem to want him dead ….maybe he should adopt the huw Edwards strategy and check into some clinic …


  23. AsISeeIt says:

    Our supposedly independent and differentiated by political leaning clutch of national corporate press titles and broadcast outlets increasingly act like a shoal of fish… or is it a school of fish?

    In biology, any group of fish that stay together for social reasons are shoaling, and if the group is swimming in the same direction in a coordinated manner, they are schooling. (Thank you, Wiki)

    From fish to birds. Have youe ever looked up into the autumn sky and wondered at a flock of starlings in what they call a murmuration – a swooping coordinated mass of thousands of birds twisting, turning, swooping, swirling and whirling above your head across the sky in amazing shape-shifting patterns?

    There they go rushing here, there, then somewhere else.

    Pandemic… (Now all but dropped) Cost of Living… War in Ukraine… Climate… (Those are our BBC’s top three online news theme tabs right there)

    Women’s footballing kissing… Collapsing concrete… Dangerous dogs… Russell Brand allegations…

    Reshuffle that pack…

    Dangerous concrete allegations… Collapsing Russell’s kissing dogs… Women’s footballing Brand…?

    The Guardian is well known for championing historic racial grievances, but this is – perhaps – the ultimate: Justice for Neanderthals! Why our relatives deserve a rethink – conscious self-satirising humour there, we wonder, from the Gruan, care of their Long Read feature?

    Our favourite cartoonist Matt catches the media mood, on the frontpage of the Telegraph, with his sketch of a couple sitting under an umbrella perched on the roof of their house surrounded by a scene of apocalyptic devastation of floods, downed trees, over-turned cars, thunder and lightning: “Liz Truss just gives one speech and look what happens”

    Is it still worthwhile to mock the media these days when it’s daily content tends toward self-satire?

    Are we merely whistling into the wind?

    The only news event we find today is…

    Folk hero dies. Tributes to legend Roger Whittaker… (Mirror)


    • Fedup2 says:

      Those running the BBC will never have heard of Roger Whitaker – who – if I recall – was one of those firm Saturday night big audience grabbers – not in the same class as Rolf or Saville and – unusually – an entertainer who didn’t use his fame / power to sexually assault groupies … or children …..

      But it’s all bread and circuses – the oil price is heading up for the winter and the Bank of England decides interest rates in 2 days – back to brand …


      • Fedup2 says:

        If you want entertainment try listen to ‘dog lovers ‘ explaining why an evil breed of dog – which seems to be killing people each month ‘arnt that bad ‘ and ‘ just need a bit of training ‘….

        If only the reporter wouid show them pictures of people bitten to death by these loving dogs ….

        Maybe the burden of proof should be reversed in the case of alleged dangerous dogs – in the same way it’s done for TV celebrities …there – a concrete suggestion …


    • MarkyMark says:

      “Liz Truss just gives one speech and look what happens” – people will nod in agreement rather than see the madness of the statement.


  24. MarkyMark says:

    Ed Miliband meets Russell Brand at his home to be interviewed for comic’s YouTube show The Trews
    Labour leader photographed visiting comedian who tells young people not to vote

    His aides stressed he was seeking to reach out to hundreds of thousands of young people who follow foul-mouthed comedian Brand.



  25. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – the BBC take the inevitable chance to to ‘have a pop’ at the new media …….

    ….. over Russell Brand. The BBC really want to control the new media and restrict it. They obviously have OFCOM in their pocket at W1A, judging by TWatO yesterday and the GB News ‘controversy/complaint to OFCOM’ got a mention today early on in TOADY this morning. There was no doubt a certain amount of relish when the words ‘Far Right’ were mentioned in connection with Russell Brand and his YouTube channel.


  26. AsISeeIt says:

    BT cheerfully email me to announce the telephone system is about to be upgraded and, mind you, in future my landline won’t work should there ever be a power cut or broadband happens to go down.


  27. MarkyMark says:





  28. andyjsnape says:

    The biased and racist bbc reports on

    Royal Society aims to boost number of black scientists

    Unfair, and surely illegal based on someone colour of their skin

    Why does no legal profession take this to court ever


    • MarkyMark says:

      Mosques to open as bacon sandwich shops!

      Countryfile sparks race row after claiming people from BAME backgrounds feel unwelcome in the countryside because it is a ‘white environment’
      The BBC programme aired an episode based on DEFRA report from last year
      It found some ethnic groups felt UK’s national parks are a ‘white environment’
      Host Dwayne Fields said organisations ‘working to get more diversity outdoors’
      Episode sparked debate on Twitter, with Laurence Fox calling to defund BBC

      PUBLISHED: 19:02, 29 June 2020 | UPDATED: 21:33, 29 June 2020


      Mosques to open as bacon sandwich shops!


      • MarkyMark says:

        It’s not a conspiracy if you can see it in broad daylight …

        1765 …. **In a republic worthy of name, freedom to publish one ’s thoughts is a citizen’s natural right.** They may use a pen or their voice, and should not be prevented from writing any more than speaking …That is the law in England, a monarchical country, where people are freer than elsewhere because they are more enlightened. – Voltaire, Republican Ideas, 1765

        2018 … In addition to reporting hate crime, please report non-crime hate incidents, **which can include things like offensive or insulting comments, online, in person or in writing**. Hate will not be tolerated in South Yorkshire. Report it and put a stop to it #HateHurtsSY – UK South Yorkshire Police, 2018

        1765 … **In a republic worthy of name, freedom to publish one’s thoughts is a citizen’s natural right.**

        2018 … **which can include things like offensive or insulting comments, online, in person or in writing**


    • G says:

      Would you trust a Black Scientist never mind about a black pilot?

      None of this stuff will end well, that’s obvious: Just consider the ratio, 85% / 4%


  29. Fedup2 says:

    Will all the political groupies form a line supporting their former star …?
    Milliband ? Come on – plenty more ….

    I’ve not heard mr brand until now because 1, he was on c4 and 2- looked like a weirdo – sounded like a weirdo …. Not for me ..


  30. MarkyMark says:

    The ‘vanity projects’ that bankrupted English councils: From authority that funded tycoon’s £650m solar farms – only for him to blow millions on a yacht, private jet and Bugatti – to town that wasted £750m on ‘Singapore-style’ skyscraper

    PUBLISHED: 15:05, 7 September 2023 | UPDATED: 16:23, 10 September 2023



  31. MarkyMark says:

    “appropriately wide range of significant views”.


    BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast
    BBC Radio 5 Live, Wednesday 3 January 2018

    During a phone-in on the programme a contributor, Danielle Tiplady was introduced as a staff nurse. We should have established and made clear on air that she was a political activist.



  32. MarkyMark says:

    Ed Miliband interviewed by Russell Brand – video highlights

    Russell Brand interviews Ed Miliband with the pair agreeing over the need for ‘credible change’. Miliband tells Brand that people as well as politics make change happen. The Labour leader says he would stand up to Rupert Murdoch, who he says is less powerful than he used to be. The interview was recorded at Brand’s house in east London on Monday and published on Wednesday on his YouTube channel, the Trews

    Wed 29 Apr 2015 15.07 BSTFirst published on Wed 29 Apr 2015 15.07 BST
    General election 2015
    Russell Brand

    Ed Miliband


    Rupert Murdoch


  33. MarkyMark says:

    Two pubs a day have disappeared in England and Wales in the first half of the year, according to government statistics.


    Every mosque operated by UK Islamic Mission has facilities for sisters. As the UK’s Muslim population is growing, the demand for ladies and young women wanting a space for positive activities within the mosque is also increasing.


  34. digg says:

    The BBC’s manic attack on Brand reveals a direction of travel for anyone who doesn’t fit their approved list.

    I am not by any means a Brand fan and have always considered him a bit of a loud mouth and I am sure Brand probably used his position to take advantage of females in his career but I’m also pretty sure the same thing happens in multiple industries and situations where celebs or high ups are able to use their fame and money to attract followers. and indeed was de-rigour on programmes like Top of the Pops a while back.

    I think there is more to this Lynch party than meets the eye. Brand comes across as a masculine type and also has political views that do not go down well with the BBC.

    So what we are seeing I believe is more than an attempt to bring justice which we don’t know yet is deserved but a concerted attempt to finish someone who’s views do not align with the political and sexual views of many of the denizens in Broadcasting House.


    • MarkyMark says:




    • digg says:

      The revealing part about this is that the generally left-leaning MSN have already judged Brand guilty and commenced with rope at the ready directly to the sentencing, making sure that anyone with links to Brand are obliged to drop him or risk getting on the wrong side of the press.

      It is so far nothing more than a witch hunt and reveals the nastiness of the left-leaning media in all its ugliness.

      He may well turn out to be a bad ‘un but no real proof has yet surfaced.

      What happened to innocent until proven?


  35. MarkyMark says:

    Neil Oliver: Fancy A Revolution?


  36. Guest Who says:

    Tea time! And what brand for the discerning person of taste?

    Well, all of them it seems. Including those in ‘churnalism’ who never liked him much, he’s strayed form the flock, so who needs due process?

    Let us start with a fair question, if to pave the way for a bit of selective navel gazing:

    You can, if you squint, see the slightly chin-stroking point about whether the then-Labour leader ought not on some level to have known that the superstar comedian was a wrong ‘un.

    Not need to squint. Bacon Boy was, is and never well be the sharpest tool in the box… been there, didn’t see that… missed the T-shirt (forgiven). When in doubt, blame a SpaD. Or hackers. Or hacked SpaDs.

    ‘enry is getting some counter in the comments.

    And now… Twitter! A bumper crop of oddly timed near identical outings where the enemy of my ‘profession’ is my worstest enemy and alliances need forming.

    Flounce and Twatism abounds.

    GMB –
    More women are said to have come forward with allegations about their treatment by the comedian and presenter Russell Brand. These are claims which he has strongly denied.

    ‘Said to have..’



    ‘Accused of…’


    Oh to have a beard but also a suit at this tricky time.


  37. harry142857 says:

    Aussie kid has the jokes.


  38. Guest Who says:

    Then the round robin:

    Phew… the TNI has cut off the funds too. That should make the court case easier.

    Times gone by, actual journalists might crank a wee eyebrow.

    I have absolute no doubt Russell was a skanky, horny scum bucket of the highest order.

    But so far, every outing by the least credible ‘profession’ in the world makes this stink a bit more.

    Rape is a vile crime. It used to be notoriously hard to prove. Now it is the same to disprove, especially in the court of media with a loooong rear view mirror.

    If it is proven; throw away the key. If not… throw the lot of them in the bin of history as holders of ruth to account.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Labour MP shares message telling Rotherham sex abuse victims to ‘shut up for sake of diversity’
      Andy Wells
      Andy Wells·Freelance Writer
      23 August 2017


    • Terminal Moraine says:

      Russell Brand to become the new face of Coutts bank?


    • JohnC says:

      There was a story a while back how police were withholding evidence from mobile phones showing the accused rapist was innocent because of the pressure they were under to increase their conviction rates.

      If she says he raped her and he did, lock him up.

      If she says he raped her and he didn’t, lock her up.


      • tomo says:

        Can’t help thinking that plods and prosecutors who knowingly stitch up innocent people should cop the sentence meted out to the victim of their antics.

        I have the same attitude to capital punishment.

        An eye for an eye has it’s place.


  39. Guest Who says:

    Enough of all that… so…

    “His business and political acumen is obviously very much in demand, and he has been touted as a possible future chair of the BBC.”

    Not the right ‘fit’.

    “This is the same David Lammy who in 2009 appeared on Celebrity Mastermind making the wrong sort of impression by delivering some true howlers during the general knowledge round.”

    W1A Perfit (Perfick Fit).

    Now, who else is out there ‘of braincell’ running the show?

    “‘Saying 16-year-olds can’t vote because they’re more likely to vote Labour is the same as saying you can’t give the vote to 70-year-olds because they’re more likely to vote Tory…’

    @mrjamesob questions the logic behind denying teenagers a vote.”

    Him and Ralph Wiggum for President!

    Luckily, he has a book to sell. Possibly signed by a non delusional Carl Beech:

    I wonder if Ms. Myska still has to pay?


    • digg says:

      Another point…. If 16 year olds are deemed savvy enough to vote and decide the future government then surely they are also savvy enough to think twice before going back to the home of a media figure with a known penchant for getting females into bed?

      More especially if they do this multiple times before deciding it probably wasn’t their best decision!

      It happens in night clubs all over the Country every weekend yet there are still it seems ample volunteers queuing up if the bloke is tall, dark, dangerously good-looking and loaded.


  40. JohnC says:

    WATCH: Scott Perry Snaps At Reporter Asking About Impeachment: ‘If You Are That Blind…’

    This is interesting – not just because he didn’t snap at the reporter at all (more lies from’Forbes’) but that the reporter asking the question is British.

    Which means it is most likely she is BBC. Just listen to the sneering, arrogant tone of her voice. And she wouldn’t give up even after being demolished.

    What I wonder is WTF are the BBC doing asking questions like that ?. It’s American politics for the American people. Why are the BBC sticking their big noses into the middle of it ?.

    As usual, the reporter got pulled to pieces in the comments. But reporters for the BBC are way, way too thick skinned and arrogant to let that bother them.


  41. Terminal Moraine says:

    Stew posted above Khan’s climate fears as reported in the Guardian, which quotes the London Climate Resilience Review’s Emma Howard Boyd: “Forty-five degrees celsius is something we could see in the coming years […] Everything we’re hearing from scientists is that Europe is heating up quicker than anywhere else.”

    Funny because just yesterday this cropped up for me from the WSJ, describing Kuwait: “In the region that’s heating up faster than anywhere else on the planet, migrant workers describe blistering conditions affecting their health”.

    In a world of unprecedented events, this one definitely has precedent. Perhaps once everywhere on the planet is heating up faster than everywhere else we’ll have achieved climate equity?



    • tomo says:

      Emma Howard Boyd is ex-chair of \The Environment Agency – a front runner in the dysfunctional out of control bureaucratic quango sweepstakes.

      Incompetent, arrogant and flat out criminal on occasion.


  42. StewGreen says:

    The word “Brand” is already on this page 42 times
    It’s a media-world story

    You cannot undo PAST crime, you can only stop FUTURE crime
    Yet there is a real world, where over the coming weeks there will be hundreds of rapes and sexual exploitation
    this should not happen
    and this should be society’s priority.
    * Especially since many victims will be minors.

    * There are different degrees of rape, and adult victims can often have some degree of responsibility eg they go back to a creepy guy’s house
    * Media world does touch the real world in that it can set bad/good example

    Interesting that last week YouTube were happy to pay Brand
    There has been no judicial change
    yet they are keeping the money they would have paid him.
    Therefore the blob has PUNISHED him without any judicial process.

    He’s always said he was a sex-addict and is reformed
    Sex addiction seems BS, cos all humans with sex hormones are addicted to sex.

    Brand wrote that he treated women badly, but has never indicated that he has used any of his wealth to fund future safeguarding work etc.
    If he had done that , he would be more respected.


    • StewGreen says:

      When an owner has a dog and it jumps over the fence and rapes next door’s dog, then the owner has responsibility.

      Likewise when it comes to illegal immigrant crime, or media perverts crimes MANAGERS bear responsibility.
      They failed ion their duty of care.


    • MarkyMark says:

      2018 … Jo Cox’s husband Brendan confesses to inappropriate behaviour amid new allegation that he drunkenly ‘grabbed a woman by the throat’ as he is forced to quit the murdered MP’s charities
      Brendan Cox, husband of murdered MP Jo Cox, admitted to being a sex pest
      Also resigned from Jo Cox Foundation and More in Common, charities he set up in honour of his late wife’s memory
      He is accused of harassing a female employee at Save The Children in London

      PUBLISHED: 22:00, 17 February 2018 | UPDATED: 02:16, 18 February 2018


  43. Terminal Moraine says:

    Marianna’s back posting again. Looks like any questions about damage to the Verify mission from their princess’s dodgy CV have simply been ignored. No explanation, no apology… no need to ‘correct the record’. Just ignore the criticism and crack on with the same old drivel.

    Hubris nob turned up to 11.

    “What connects amateur sleuths at crime scenes, anti-social behaviour in UK schools and riots in France? For this BBC Three investigation, I track down users, victims and ex-employees, plus crunch numbers to investigate TikTok ‘Frenzies’ and their impact.”


    • Guest Who says:

      Can’t see it as she has blocked 99% of the planet.

      But can see one, pithy tweet:

      Your credibility is shot to pieces.

      Yuppppp. She couldn’t crunch a KitKat without a selfie.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Reporting Scotland
      BBC One Scotland, 29 August 2023

      The programme featured a graphic displaying the worsening position of alcohol-related deaths in Scotland. The figures for each year were all clearly and accurately displayed. We do, however, agree that the graph should not have been shown with uneven steps on its axis, and have reminded the programme team of the importance of clarity when reporting statistics.


      and have reminded the programme team of the importance of clarity when reporting statistics.

      HA HA HA HA

      and have reminded the programme team of the importance of clarity when reporting statistics.


    • StewGreen says:

      Marianna won Sep15th Plank Of The Week on Mike Graham show 32 mins in
      The segment they showed is from Panorama when she appeared to be astonished, that the word most used on Twitter about her was “LIAR”

      The prog said that could only be HATE


    • tomo says:

      BBC “fwee”?



  44. MarkyMark says:

    “Good evening, London. Allow me first to apologize for this interruption. I do, like many of you, appreciate the comforts of every day routine – the security of the familiar, the tranquility of repetition. I enjoy them as much as any bloke. But in the spirit of commemoration, thereby those important events of the past usually associated with someone’s death or the end of some awful bloody struggle, a celebration of a nice holiday, I thought we could mark this November the 5th, a day that is sadly no longer remembered, by taking some time out of our daily lives to sit down and have a little chat.

    There are of course those who do not want us to speak. I suspect even now, orders are being shouted into telephones, and men with guns will soon be on their way. Why? Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn’t there?

    Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who’s to blame? Well certainly there are those who are more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable, but again truth be told, if you’re looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror.

    I know why you did it. I know you were afraid. Who wouldn’t be? War, terror, disease. There were a myriad of problems which conspired to corrupt your reason and rob you of your common sense. Fear got the best of you, and in your panic you turned to the now high chancellor, Adam Sutler. He promised you order, he promised you peace, and all he demanded in return was your silent, obedient consent. Last night, I sought to end that silence. Last night, I destroyed the Old Bailey, to remind this country of what it has forgotten. More than four hundred years ago, a great citizen wished to embed the 5th of November forever in our memory. His hope was to remind the world that fairness, justice, and freedom are more than words – they are perspectives. So if you’ve seen nothing, if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you, then I would suggest you allow the 5th of November to pass unmarked.

    But if you see what I see, if you feel as I feel, and if you would seek as I seek, then I ask you to stand beside me one year from tonight, outside the gates of Parliament, and together we shall give them a 5th of November that shall never, ever be forgot.”


  45. MarkyMark says:

    “Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who’s to blame? Well certainly there are those who are more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable, but again truth be told, if you’re looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror.”


    What is the Nudge Unit?
    The Nudge Unit was established in the Cabinet Office in 2010 by David Cameron’s government to apply behavioural science to public policy. Now owned partly by the Cabinet Office, by Nesta and by employees, it has operations across the world.

    Its chief executive is Dr David Halpern, former director of research at the Institute for Government, who is also the government’s What Works national adviser.

    Why ‘nudge’?
    It is called ‘nudge’ after the book by Richard Thaler (who went on to win the Nobel prize in economics) and Cass Sunstein which set out how people are not the rational economic actors beloved of conventional economic theory – but can be influenced by “choice architecture” into making better choices in their own interests.

    What are nudges?
    Nudges mean thinking harder about the way people approach decisions and using those insights to design policy. In 2010, the Institute for Government set out some of those approaches in its MINDSPACE report, which suggests that both the messenger and the message were important and that defaults mattered. It remains the Institute’s most downloaded report.

    The approach depends a lot on experimentation, and the Nudge Unit has championed wider use of experiments in government.


  46. MarkyMark says:

    HA HA HA !

    BBC playing Russel Brand … just doubled his audience.

    Jeremy Vine (daughter a share holder) is speaking to Marianne Spring (lied on CV)! HA HA HA HA


  47. andyjsnape says:

    Stonehenge tunnel plan ‘should not proceed’ says Unesco

    “UN cultural body Unesco has urged the government to make amendments”

    Headline “Should not”, followed by “Urged” A bit misleading, from the worlds most trusted


    • MarkyMark says:

      “This is a huge opportunity to celebrate our extraordinary district and for our young, ethnically diverse population to become leaders and change-makers and begin a new chapter in our story.”
      Shanaz Gulzar,
      Creative Director, Bradford 2025



      • JohnC says:

        ‘City of culture’ means ‘Most run down shithole which need help’ which is given some cosmetic tinsel via the funding which goes with it.

        The title is absolutely meaningless.