Midweek 27th September 2023

A leading BBC presenter thinks the reason the flagship ‘today ‘ programme has lost huge numbers of listeners is that they are ‘news deniers’ . It seems he has a fairly low opinion of listeners . Like so many in the BBC – he is right – the audience is wrong . far Left Group Think Rules … but the audience goes away …

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552 Responses to Midweek 27th September 2023

  1. tomo says:


    Think the klaxons and flashing lights will be going off in the BBC Americast office?


  2. BRISSLES says:

    I’m you’re shotgun tonight Tomo !


  3. StewGreen says:

    Scottish Nationalists are doing faux outrage putting up small pics of a poster that makes the right side unreadble.
    They say a government poster says Dennis The Menace cartoons are created in London

    Here’s the bit they cut out
    It cleary says it’s talking about the bloke from Beano Studios who make CGI Beano cartoons at their base on Fleet St


  4. pugnazious says:

    The BBC’s ‘The Long View’ likes to take an historical event or person and use it as a comparison with a current event or person in the hope we may learn from the past…naturally it’s all guff and so much whatiffery……today they were looking at billionaires using their wealth to influence politics…comparing the Hitler admiring Henry Ford with Elon Musk…see what they did there….they really don’t like Elon Musk. Oh, and an extra bonus was Clive of India…a very bad egg of course…so imperial and oppressive. You might wonder why they didn’t explore the colossal political interference that George Soros involves himself in…spending billions to literally buy countries and buy up their political systems. Soros is a Democrat supporter….so nothing to see there.

    And if you want an historical comparison from which you may learn something….try the mass immigration of barbarians into Rome and the resultant destruction of Rome and its empire.

    Lol…great minds think alike….just googled this from the Telegraph 7 days ago….

    ‘Immigration destroyed the Roman Empire. Now it could bring down Europe ‘
    ‘Ever since the days of St. Augustine (the other Augustine – he of Hippo), the Romans had a nagging feeling that their civilisation was falling at least in part because it had endured a sea change in culture. While Christianity would go on to become a major humanising force in the world down to the present day, early Christianity was often applied with such new-convert zeal in Rome that ruling elites were no longer sure what it was that they were defending.

    The Christian elites of the late 300s were happy to remove the Altar of Victory from the Senate floor, and to see the Pagan texts burned to ashes at Alexandria. But once that was done, what was the justification for maintaining an empire founded on Pagan bravado?

    Many of us have the uneasy feeling that today’s woke revolution, with its loathing for the Enlightenment, and the Liberal values that gave birth to the Industrial Revolution and modern democracy, has all the earmarks of a cultural sea change similar to that experienced by the later Roman empire….as Douglas Murray and others have warned, woke bureaucrats continue to see this as a question of knuckle-dragging racism and xenophobia rather than what it truly is – a question of living standards and the inescapable practicality of shared values for ordering a society – then it is only a matter of time before our own populations decide that the price we pay for civilisation simply isn’t worth it anymore. ‘

    The one question the BBC doesn’t ask as it jumps up and down about Braverman’s speech on immigration is what does mass migration do to a country? It destroys it. Trust, unity, civil society, stability, welfare, the NHS…anything funded by taxes…all impossible in a place where there is no identity, no loyalty and no ‘nation’.

    The future is not bright…it’s very scary…and invited in by the BBC and its like-minded ilk.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Sad news – one of my favourite MPs – Alok Sharma – has announced he is to stand down at the next election ( before the voters his green crap have caused to suffer ) throw him down the toilet .
      No doubt he has a glorious green crap job lined up fully owned by the Soros WEF …. What a vile character


      • Deborah says:

        Aloe Sharma is one worth watching to see what he does post election. It would be no surprise if he went to work for the Bill and Melinda Show, the WEF, WHO or The Open Society.

        I still cannot believe the havoc created by Theresa May between resigning and actually standing down. Yes she has had some highly paid speaking engagements, but not fabulously so. Whatever the reason for her duplicitous behaviour, it isn’t yet apparent. One day things will become crystal clear.


      • harry142857 says:

        He literally lives a quarter of a mile from me.

        Off to make millions speaking about global warming, or us it now climate change, or emergency or armegeddon (not sure what stage we are at)

        The guys done nothing for us in Reading.
        He used to rent the hall in our social club for the local AGM for the evening.
        The meeting never lasted more than 15 minutes, ever.


        • Up2snuff says:

          Deborah, I still cannot believe the havoc created by Boris Johnson in his time as PM. More on it this morning on TOADY with children missing from school and mental health needs and ‘the-cost-of-living-crisis’ thanks to Boris’s green urges (thanks Carrie, but no thanks!) and kowtowing to Washington over Ukraine.


    • StewGreen says:

      TLDR, simplified summary of Radio4 The Long View prog
      Today : “We don’t like Musk lets compare him to Henry Ford and say Henry Ford was a super anti-semite”

      Previous editions “We don’t like trump let’s comare him to Hitler”


      • tomo says:

        R4 has become completely and utterly a tedious lefty woke shit show.

        Monoculture, really uninspired and miserably researched, as predictable as it is mendacious – I’d like to say something positive about it – I’ve had enough – looking at a streaming player for the car …


        • Scroblene says:

          Don’t forget, that even if you get a streaming service for your car, the music will probably still jump when you go over the hundreds of potholes and sunken drains around here…


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Clive of India was not a particularly ‘bad’ man, he has just received a bad (and very biased) press, starting in his own time (which is why he commit suicide). He was never a racist, and was not hated by the Indians of his day – quite the opposite in fact. The worst accusation against him, of causing a famine in Bengal, has been proven to be false, time and again.

      Like many others the woke hate, their hatred iof Clive s based on ignorance, and blind acceptance of criticism, without any thought about context, time period, bias, propaganda, or whether there was any real basis to such criticism.

      Frankly, I suspect they only hate Clive because William Dalyrample called him a ‘sociopath’, but without, as Dalyrample himself has pointed out, considering the context in which he described Clive in that way, namely, regarding his total lack of concern for personal safety and tendency to recklessly plunge into battle without a second thought.


  5. pugnazious says:

    Odd huh? An Iranian group that produced news countering the Iranian regime’s propaganda had to shut down due to threats to its journalists….what the BBC wanted to know was….were they funded by Saudia Arabia…as it’s anti-Iranian so naturally the Irananians would be upset.

    The BBC are obsessively concerned about Saudi funding…of football, golf, tennis and now anti-Iranian news producers.

    Oddly not at all concerned that Saudi, and Qatar, spend billions funding Islamic ‘cultural centres’, mosques and university centres and courses around the world spreading their extreme, er, standard, version of Islam. Which is odd…the same BBC that rails against Saudi’s lack of human rights isn’t concerned that Saudi spreads the ideology that denies those rights around the world given that it’s all based upon Islamic law.

    The BBC is very reluctant to blame Islam whilst constantly attacking Saudi Arabia for its mysterious outrageous mores.


  6. pugnazious says:

    Keep hearing, unchallenged on the BBC, that everything we have is ‘due to slavery’ and as we left the colonies to their own devices, er when they demanded independence, we are responsible for them now….we must pay reparations to make these countries as rich and successful as they would have been if not colonised.

    First….very little of our wealth came from slavery…..the cathedrals were built on wool and linen wealth….later some merchants grew rich from cotton…from India where there was no slavery….long before slaves worked the cotton fields in the US.

    People who made money from cotton or sugar didn’t make the money because of slavery….the money came from Brits who worked in industry or agriculture here buying the products….it made little difference whether the cotton/sugar workers were slaves or paid workers…the merchants would have been vastly wealthy either way…just slightly less if they had to pay wages. Labour costs were not a major factor.

    And back to today….so just how are the colonies doing? The IMF tells us that Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados are doing very well…in fact relatively better than us…lower inflation and much higher GDP growth. Then there’s Singapore, Hong Kong and not forgetting India….oh, and America and Canada.

    The difference between those not successful and those who are is not down to having been colonised[which may in fact be a boon…English language, law, civil service, infrastructure etc] but down to governance….either good or corrupt and incompetent….witness South Africa’s descent into dystopia and chaos….a country that was comparable to Western Europe is now a basket case.

    Of course if they want us to go back into the ‘colonies’ no problem…let’s decolonise Britain by getting rid of the new colonists and settlers and then go and re-colonise the basket cases and turn them around. ‘White Supremacy’ was after all based not on pure racism but observations, experience and the ability of Whites to turn deserts into gardens when the locals couldn’t….just plain old truth not racism….if the colonisers had been brown it would have been ‘European Supremacy’….it’s about knowledge, skill, education, training, technical development and a cultural desire to achieve…not about race as such.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Christians regard modern day slavery as bad, but forgive those who gave it up or those who have died. The BBC ignores modern day slavery and is only interested in punishing dead slave owners before the first British Empire ended with the abolition of slavery and the loss of America. The loss of America lead to the founding of Australia. The abolition of slavery meant that white criminals not black slaves were used to people Australia. The second British Empire was based on the Industrial revolution and the exploitation of the white working classes in Britain leading to the chartist movement and parliamentary democracy. The British Empire expanded because we wanted to stop and protect people from other European countries who still supported slavery. The British Empire reached its peak after the first world war when it freed people from Ottoman slavery and annexed German colonial territories. White Europeans, Jews and Orientals are about 15% more intelligent than Blacks because they left Africa and evolved higher intelligence due to moving to a colder environment. Higher intelligence by the rewiring of the Brain generates more heat in the head which means that in Africa high IQ men are only able to be active at night, while in Europe and Asia, a higher IQ lead to development from hunting to domesticated animals and gathering to agriculture, leading to markets in towns and to organised civilisation. Today His Majesty King Charles III rules over 10,335,478 square miles of what is called the Royal Commonwealth. What was once called the British Empire. The “British Empire” changing to “British Commonwealth” and then the “British Commonwealth” changing to “Royal Commonwealth”. The King rules over fifteen separate independent sovereign realms. Antigua & Barbuda, Australia, Bahamas, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. A Global total which includes British, Australian and New Zealand overseas territories, of exactly 99 territories on which “the sun never sets”. Used to describe the British Empire, and still true today. The sun is always shining on at least one of His Majesties Commonwealth Realms. Also, 31 versions of the Union Jack Flag fly over these imperial territories, as well as Fiji and Hawaii.

      So in effect as Mark Steyn has said. The British Empire still effectively exists in the form of a King who rules over more territory than anyone else in the 21st Century other than the Queen who also ruled over Barbados.


  7. StewGreen says:

    Dominic Cummings tweet would include John Simpson’s tweet
    but then Simpson realised his campaigning tweet against Trump broke BBC impartiality rules by a mile. So he then deleted it.



    • Fedup2 says:

      Stew – I’m actually shocked that comrade Simpson should be so blatant – perhaps he was tired and emotional after the second bottle of red .
      I’m sure OFCOM will set up an inquiry – after all – he is top Jonnie in the BBC so if that is his view -how many others share it ( 100%).

      As for President Trump – the latest finding by a New York democrat judge is that he is guilty of slaughtering the first born – sorry – fraud .
      It’s strange that the Obama democrats can’t see that throwing the corrupt ussr style legsl system at president Obama does nothing but bolster support for him .

      Not that it matters because for vote is fixed anyway …


  8. BigBrotherCorporation says:

    A tiny minority of British people made a fortune out of owning slaves, but not in this country, where there were virtually no black people free, or enslaved until the 1950s, and not 99.999%+ of the British population, certainly no ancestor of mine (or, for a start, I’d be a lot richer).

    In fact, a great many people in this country were opposed to slavery, which is why the British government eventually took it upon themselves to end the African slave trade – at great cost to the people of this country.

    Therefore, logically, if those descended from slave owners owe the descendants of slaves financial reparation, then, by the same token surely those descendants of freed slaves also owe us?

    Quite honestly, even some kind of ‘thanks’ would be appreciated.


    • G says:


      “Thanks” for the Brits stopping the slave trade? No, no, no, no.

      We are currently engaged, and at massive expense, to acting for the World in being able to achieve ‘Net Zero’. Another ego-trip to try and convince the World that the UK is a, “Global Leader” History repeats itself……..over and over and over again while the World simply pisses over us.


  9. Richard Pinder says:

    I deny watching BBC News because I have a very low opinion of BBC journalists. Both political and scientific truth is censored by the BBC and replaced by TNI propaganda. Factual evidence is banned by fact checkers and OFCOM and Caroline Dinenage sends threatening letters to anyone who does not comply.


    • Scroblene says:

      “Robinson, Rajan, Maitlis, Vine, Packham, Sopel, Simpson – all inhabiting the gated community of their own bloated egos”!

      (Senor Conor Roberto O’Blene – Commentator, writer, normal citizen and piss-artist).


  10. JohnC says:

    Bills crisis: ‘I’m paying for basics on a credit card’

    BBC Ace ‘Kevin Peachey’ picks one citizen to focus on and lay on the usual empathy in describing this poor souls plight thus garnering sympathy for him and all like him.

    “Every day I have to look at the energy meter,” the Londoner added. “I have to use a credit card, but I never used a credit card before to top up my gas and electric.

    “That’s so I can afford to buy the food we need, and – with the credit card – I know I have [time] to try to pay it off without being charged. That’s how hard it is.”

    Before I reveal who this poor soul is, imagine a dice with 30 faces to it. If you roll that dice, how often do you think it will come up with the same number ?.

    Every time at the BBC. ‘1 in 30’ chance strikes again. Here he is, Chidi Uwakwe:


    I have no problem with Chidi himself of course, it’s the racist discrimination by the BBC which is the constant issue here.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Forgetting the token race thing – the phenomenon of living via credit card seems to be rapidly growing – the excellent Wolf of Wall Street on YouTube described the level in the US – where the economy is not yet as stressed as it is here in UK .

      But as usual the BBC provides a ‘human ‘ version as opposed to – say – year on year graphs – numbers .

      I’m deeply pessimistic about the UK economy – as interest rates increase cash is being sucked out of the economy and more and more mortgage stress is being caused – with this likely to continue into 2025/6 – 2024 is already written off because inflation is ‘embedded’ .

      Added to that is increasing oil costs – which is like a tax and interest rate rise in itself .

      Personally I’ve been selling investments because I see things as very very rocky . I’m no expert – but I am a born bear pessimist ….

      … and the remedy ? Pain . Recession . Cuts in public expenditure and the inevitable increase in taxes – whatever muppet is in charge . Forget the ‘triple lock’ – higher retirement age ( again) deceptive increases in income tax – eg NI contributions – and those ‘hard decisions ‘… Blighty is failing …

      Sorry for the bleakness . Look after number 1 .


      • Scroblene says:

        The pension increase back in April was swallowed up by utility rates, petrol outrage and supermarkets cashing in with unnecessary rising prices, by about the end of June.

        No doubt Sunak knew all this was going to happen, and so did Hunt, so they blare out the ‘help’ they’re offering us, then geffectively get it back within weeks.

        The same will happen next year, and probably thereafter, especially when Red Labour are back in for the next 13 years!

        B****r me, I’ll be ninety then – probably a bit late to think of any more children…


        • Fedup2 says:

          The third £300 extra lumps of £900 for about 8 million on benefits it’s floating down now …. But people who saved and worked and looked after themselves will get zip . Welfare state destroying Britain – more and more on the ‘sick ‘ ‘early retired ‘ or ‘economically inactive ‘…..


    • MarkyMark says:

      Get some Windrush payments?


  11. andyjsnape says:

    Biden dog Commander bites another Secret Service agent

    11th time its bitten

    Surely get rid of the secret service agents is the answer 🙂

    And at the end of the bbc “report” there is a lovely video of different pets over the years

    bbc approves of biden. Imagine if this had been former President Trump


    • Fedup2 says:

      Another BBC free day – so refreshing to be part of the listener ‘down trend ‘… I don’t even bother looking at listings anymore ..


      • andyjsnape says:

        Hello Fedup2

        Keep up the good work

        Its annoying crap anyway


        • Fedup2 says:

          Andy – thank you – I still force myself to listen to the ‘important stuff ‘ – I used to be interested in the propaganda methods being used to sell the group think message but it is so dumb and obvious now to be of no interest. … well done all the ‘news avoiders ‘ or whatever comrade Robinson called those wise enough to go elsewhere …..


          • Scroblene says:

            Fed, When you took over running the site, there was a strict unwritten rule that posts should at least refer to the obvious left wing, anti-government bias of the Beebonic Plague, and diversion from the ethic of our site was discouraged!

            But surely, the numbers of chums here validate a much wider disgust at the Beebolics and similar trades in ‘broadcasting’, which are getting pretty dire nowadays!

            Actually, I can’t keep up with Guido any more, other than an odd comment, and when I started listening to people far better qualified to comment than me, with early blogs like Iain Dale etc., back in the early noughties, the times were different!

            I’ve learned so much from this site – I actually do read some of MarkyMark’s stuff, you have some fabulous customers (!), and I’ve fallen in love with Brissles, Deborah, Mrs Asi and Thoughtful, plus any other names I can fathom… 

            With more and more normal British citizens deserting the MSM for sites like here, as a real-time alternative, you’re in command of a great job!

            (Thankyou for the cheque by the way..;0)


            • andyjsnape says:

              Hang on Scroblene

              The Cheque? How much you getting 🙂


              • Scroblene says:

                Suffice it to say, Andy, that Senor O’Blene will have no difficulty in purchasing a new hat, and I’m hankering after a rather unpretentious single malt! Both items will be made available on the first of every month, sent by courier from an address in The Bahamas and marked ‘Personal’!

                In return, I am the Overseas Director of a rather nifty little firm, which provides foreign ‘services’ for important personalities! Email me for further information – you’ll not be disappointed!

                And for Gods sake, don’t read through the Craggy Island Saga, which I’m trying to finish, and keep getting ‘writer’s block’ every time I open the sodding page up!


                Told you so – and there are several more boring, indescribably tedious episodes and the finale is miles away yet…


            • Fedup2 says:

              Thank you Scroblene

              You’ve notice I’ve adopted a more ‘relaxed ‘ attitude to subject content as well as language .. part of the reason for this is because the span of the BBC is so wide as to infect all aspects of life – attempting to re mould it to the approved dumb kidult group think – led by old men such as Simpson ( see above ) …

              .. my main frustration is that there is no one who actually defends the bbc or its’ funding . But maybe there is no defence . I can’t see one ….
              …. I wonder what a future ‘archive ‘ of BBC might look like – in essence output has been so dire in the last 10 20 years that there won’t be anything of value …


              • MarkyMark says:

                “In defence of the BBC
                Jake Rose explores the patriotism he feels towards one of Britain’s most famous institutions as makes the case for the promotion and protection of the BBC.”

                “As with any good staple of national culture, the BBC divides opinion.”
                by Jake Rose

                Friday April 9 2021, 1:00am


                John Reith, the father of the BBC, had a very important maxim: “educate, inform, and entertain”. It is still a main part of the BBC’s mission statement today. It is something that, on average, the BBC has done better and more consistently than any other organisation.


                We (BBC) regret that we are not able to offer a response at present, as your complaint does not currently meet the requirements of our framework. It may help you to read the BBC Complaints Framework on our website , which explains on pages 11-13 the terms of our service.

                YOUR COMPLAINT:

                BBC is causing mental anguish 

                Dear Winston Smith at the BBC Complaints Department twinned with the Ministry of Truth as authored by your previous employee Eric Blair,

                If the BBC is causing mental anguish by producing News that contradicts reality then should it extinguish itself or at least give people the choice of paying the BBC rather than forcing them to pay a BBC TV TAX under Government protection and threat of prosecution (est. 180,000 in 2017)?

                Maybe you can do a BBC programme on it?

                Mr. H

                CAS-4987700-SY1FTF : BBC NewsWatch says boredom with pro-Brexit march.

                CAS-4963895-3HKGDN: Tommy Robinson: Are you reporting on him?.

                CAS-4844672-N8FDYY: Update on the MP Expenses 2009 scandal in 2018.

                CAS-4939547-J71Z1V: Here’s hoping Ireland do the right thing G.Lineker.

                CAS-4937378-YKMWBJ: BBC not reporting ‘Day of Freedom’ March 06may2018.

                CAS-4906141-BFJQL0: I take offence that presenters promote their books.

                CAS-4892811-C820SC: I am offended that I have to pay the BBC TV Tax.

                CAS-4824332-633N1P: What happened in Italy was not covered …

                CAS-4933135-ZV3V7F: The omission is the most powerful form of lie … 


                Thank you again for contacting us,

                BBC Complaints Team


              • Scroblene says:

                You’re welcome, Fed!

                Indeed the span of the BBC’s output is ‘diverse’, but only in favour of their left-wing idealogy, blatant hypocrisy, and general poor quality!

                There’s no defence for Beeboids to have all that money from taxpayers, they never earn it or deserve it.

                The future archive is already destined for failure, so by then, we’ll all be watching alternative, more truthful programmes!


    • tomo says:

      How did they know it was Biden’s dog?

      They couldn’t see who hid a bag of cocaine in one of the most surveilled buildings on 🌎


  12. atlas_shrugged says:

    Chuffing Nora I stumbled across a radio program on the BBC world service that I actually liked. It was a program talking about the track by Amy Winehouse back-to-black:

    I am in shock, a BBC program that I actually liked! Dear readers please don’t think ill of me. In mitigation I was trying to escape from LGBT vomit that was on LBC.


  13. andyjsnape says:

    ‘Our daughter was killed by a police car driving at 84 mph’

    bbc cares that this


  14. Guest Who says:

    Hugo Rifkind (is also on Threads as @hugorif)
    Remarkable to hear Braverman say multiculturalism has failed. She’s a British Home Secretary descended from Goan Indians from Mauritius and Kenya, married to a Jewish husband, in a government headed by Britain’s first Hindu PM. What would successful multiculturalism look like?


    Every media Moron (tautology I know) is piling in with this one.

    Bet the likes of Mishal and Mini YAB are thrilled.


    • MarkyMark says:

      2010 …. Angela Merkel: German multiculturalism has ‘utterly failed’
      This article is more than 12 years old
      Chancellor’s assertion that onus is on new arrivals to do more to integrate into German society stirs anti-immigration debate
      Matthew Weaver and agencies
      Sun 17 Oct 2010 11.58 BST



    • Fedup2 says:

      I don’t care what braverman said / claimed . She is just positioning for the post sunak mini Tory party after the coming election wipeout …..
      But if you wander about my bit of north east londonistan you don’t need a dodgy politician to see the truth .

      Once the Money taps are forced to be turned off the social pressures will see more tribal wars fought on the streets – with plod doing online crime enforcement …. With weekends off work /life balance …


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Rifkind does not know what “multiculturalism” means. It is not about race, by definition, but culture. I will listen to him when he can explain how gay and trans rights can peacefully coexist with muslim rights.

      Here’s a clue: the muslims win because they are willing to kill for their faith.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Bradford is UK City of Culture 2025.

        Bradford has been revealed as the winner of the hotly contested UK City of Culture 2025 competition.

        The year is set to deliver more than 1000 new performances and events including 365 artist commissions, a series of major arts festivals as well as exciting national and international collaborations.



      • Banania says:

        The moslems are essentially a terrorist political party; their power is extending because of the latent threat of violence that terrifies the lawful authorities. There is no limit to the concessions that will be made to avoid open conflict. Basically, we have had it.


  15. Guest Who says:

    And here impartial Chris gets an awesome audience response.

    Ed Davey pounds Tories in election warm-up speech
    @ChrisMasonBBC reflects on the Lib Dem leader’s conference address

    Seems ‘reflects’ is the new BBC ‘analysis’ code for propagandist joke.


    • Guest Who says:

      Presumably bbc already bought Justin’s ticket to Beijing.

      FACT CHECK: Layla Moran Claims China “Already Ahead” on Net Zero


    • MarkyMark says:

      UK fails to prosecute any China spy suspects
      Lack of action comes despite seven-fold increase in MI5 investigations over four years

      Robert Mendick,
      Emily Doughty
      16 September 2023 • 8:00pm


      • atlas_shrugged says:

        Agent Sonia (a UK citizen by marriage) probably one of Russia’s best spies who gave them the atomic secrets was allowed to slip through the UK’s fingers and escape. Later she was allowed back in to the UK. No arrest or prosecution, nothing.

        On the other hand Lord Haw-Haw, an Irish American, who spoke a lot of garbage on the radio was hanged for treason after WW2.

        But thinking about it maybe stringing-up a few radio presenters for talking nonsense could be a patriotic thing to do. I have got a little list.


  16. Dickie says:

    Nothing to see here say the MSM. Suspect the reason is because it will open a can of worms. The gullible plebs in this country might start questioning why the British government are supporting a bunch of Nazi’s in Ukraine



    • Guest Who says:

      After spending about 12 minutes at the UAW picket line and just over an hour total in Michigan, Biden boards AF1 using the short stairs and heads to California for a ritzy fundraiser with Hollywood liberals

      Here’s something else the TNi won’t go near, along with Sleepy trying to ignore where the billions go vs. don’t whilst playing the ‘our boys, girls and its’ card.


    • MarkyMark says:

      First BLACK FACED PM cannot do any wrong!


  17. Guest Who says:

    Looks like a jumbo load of BBC TNi Verify moppets will be dispatched soon to the USA.


    “ My concern was more the outrageous demand that people *must* take the vaccine and multiple boosters to do anything at all. That was messed up.

    Until the Supreme Court invalidated Biden’s exec order, SpaceX and many other companies would have been forced to fire anyone who refused to get vaccinated!

    We would not have done so. I would rather go to prison than fire good people who didn’t want to be jabbed.

    As for myself, I got original Covid before the vaccine was out (mild cold symptoms) and had to get three vaccines for travel. The third shot almost sent me to hospital.

    How many other people out there have symptoms that are actually from the vaccine or Covid treatment, rather than Covid itself?

    As for those who didn’t take any vaccine, well @DjokerNole just won a record number of grand slams …

    It’s not like I don’t believe in vaccines – I do. However, the cure cannot be potentially worse than the disease. And public debate over efficacy should not be shut down.

    There is also great potential for curing many diseases using synthetic mRNA, so let’s not throw the baby out with the bath water.”

    Seems a well articulated personal viewpoint based on experience in face of farcical black vs. White propaganda and censorship by immature ill informed ideological droid teens from the establishment.


    • Mrs Kitty says:

      Like you it was three jabs for travel with increasing levels of fatigue for each one however I’ve noticed that my hearing loss has dramatically increased with the tinnitus going into overdrive, thought at first that was just age lumbering on but curiosity got the better of me so I googled the side effects. Well blow me down there’s a note that states it “could “ affect hearing so now Mr Kitty has to shout louder while mumbling about new hearing aids. Will wait and see how the new hysteria rumbles on but not sure if I’ll have any more.


    • NameNotNumber says:

      Guest Who,
      My wife’s family in the Philippines – all under 60 years of age and compulsorily jabbed – brother dead of heart attack, sister permanently physically disabled after blood clot on brain, brother still has open sore following severe attack of shingles soon after jab. Our nephew in UK (mid 40s) – suffered myocarditis and had stent fitted, now on permanent drug regime. A second nephew (in his 20s) now finds himself prone to headaches after jabs. It’s time a lot of people woke up and, yes, I mean the patrons of biasedbbc too.


  18. Guest Who says:

    At least the first nuke will take out W1A.

    Climate change: Six young people take 32 countries to court

    Worth reading the full idiocy in the article too.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “Six young people take 32 countries to court” – do they have evidence to back this up? Will they demand China stop? Saudi stop producing oil? HA HA HA HA.

      Mariana still gets scared when she hears helicopters flying overhead, which remind her of 2017’s wildfires


  19. BigBrotherCorporation says:

    “News avoider” – not me.

    “BBC avoider” – yes sir, that’s me!


  20. AsISeeIt says:

    Anton Chekhov, Russian playwright, wrote “If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off” – this notion has become a narrative principle in theatre and in general within authorship; an example of dramatic foreshadowing that tends to hold true to this day.

    Despite: Hollywood writers agree to end five-month strike after studio deal (BBC) – I jest, of course.

    Does the concept known as Chekhov’s Gun hold true in the arena of modern media news reports, we wonder?

    We’re sophisticated enough to realise that bold screamer headline promises don’t always deliver substance when we delve deeper down into the small print of the column inches. Our jaded news watcher eye takes that as read.

    Anyhoo, let’s read on and perhaps spot one or two of those Chekhov’s Gun MacGuffins that are flagged up for us in the headlines but that may or may not proceed to smoke later in the story – if we haven’t overloaded the metaphors there.

    EU in Moderna jabs talks – foreshadows the FT in their lesser headlines news Briefing roundup: Brussels has begun negotiating a new Covid-19 vaccine deal with the US drugmaker as health authorities in the bloc become concerned about rising infections.

    Richest set for £1mn win if inheritance tax abolished – the FT may well publish all their detailed daily market data of which a studious perusal might, perhaps, bag the market trading reader a fortune – with which to utilise the pink paper’s long running weekend How To Spend It feature – but that headline appears to campaign against such capitalistic incentive being passed on to one’s children – funny that: The richest 1 per cent of estates would be handed a £1mn tax cut on average, if ministers abolish inheritance tax – do we spy a socialist cuckoo in the nest over there at the FT?

    Micheal Wolff, American journalist and regular contributer of internationalist-minded articles in the FT, pops up as the interviewee in the left-leaning Guardian this morning – well there’s a thing.

    Speaking of spies: Former Wirecard executive Marselek named as connection in alleged Russian spying ring (FT) – this story confuses Mr AsI. One certainly recognises the modern legalistic obsession with lawfare over warfare, but (spoiler alert) doesn’t ever recall John le Carré’s ace molecatcher George Smiley at the conclusion of a spy drama dumping the evil KGB hood Karla’s operatives in the dock to face justice at the Old Bailey before m’Lud. Surely after detection, capture and interrogation one’s secret service either turns, swaps for our own compromised spies, or simply rubs out one’s enemy operatives?

    The High Life was a mid-1990s BBC sitcom written by and starring Forbes Masson and Alan Cumming as Steve McCracken and Sebastian Flight*, two camp Scottish air stewards on the Prestwick-Heathrow shuttle route. Check it out, it was a rather amusing little show.

    [* a conscious nod to Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited]

    Sacked in Disgrace… Very high flier… First Officer Mike Beaton… BA pilot snorts coke off topless woman.. then tries to fly plane… A British Airways pilot snorted coke off a woman’s bare breasts before trying to fly a packed jet to the UK. Married Mike Beaton… boasted of his drug and drink orgy to a stweardess friend, admitting “I’ve been a very naughty boy.” The appalled pal reported him to bosses who cancelled last month’s flight from Johannesburg… (The Sun)

    What a Karen. I jest of course. I’m imagining her as Alan Cumming’s nemesis in The High Life, chief stewardess Ms Shona Spurtle, as brilliantly played by Siobhan Redmond. Memorably nicknamed by Cumming’s Sebastian Flight as Hilter in Tights.

    IMDb gifts us some knockabout pantoesque dialogue from the show with an espionage twist:

    Sebastian : Hello Ms Spurtle, how’s your arse for love bites?
    Shona : Fine thankye, how’s ye ear for dermatitis?

    Shona : Can I be blunt?
    Sebastian : If I can be Philby…
    Steve McCracken : And I can be Burgess.

    British Culture ‘could disappear without curbs on immigration’ (Telegraph) – what British culture, I hear Remainer-minded internationalist open border pro-immigration lefty-leaning fans shout out loud?

    Put that so-called ‘British culture’ within the scare quotes in that headline, you little Englander Torygraph!

    Afterall, black people were here all along. Haven’t you heard of Henry VIII’s trumpeter? Dark skinned people built Stone Henge. Probably the big stones weren’t available in Africa so they migrated over here from somewhere near…. err, Johannesburg…? just to get their rocks off, so to speak.


  21. Jeff says:

    There aren’t many things that bring a smile to my wrinkled old mush these days, but I actually broke into a croaky chuckle yesterday when I heard the news.

    Justine Truffles parliament giving a standing ovation to a former member of the Nazi Party and the sadistic Waffen-SS. You really couldn’t make this up…It’s too delicious…

    You’d have thought that the penny might have dropped when this 98 year old!! was presented to them and they were told he fought against the Russians. I mean, FFS. Did they really think this ancient chap was manning the barricades in the last few weeks? Jesus H Christ, how thick are they?

    You see, the truth is, virtue signalling means that you blindly conform to what other people are doing. Don’t ask any awkward questions, just follow the script. Look at me, I’m wearing a rainbow T-shirt. I’m concerned about the environment. I’m saving the planet. Like fxxx you are…

    And it couldn’t have happened to a nicer bloke than the snidey, sanctimonious, devious, nasty piece of work, than the authoritarian and vindictive Trudeau. Not just “black-face”…now he’s got egg on his face. Good.

    I suppose, if we were being really cynical we could ask another question.

    Was the standing ovation for the SS man actually a mistake…


  22. MarkyMark says:

    Brand – everyone knew but said nothing.


  23. Sluff says:

    Just been spending time in Rome.
    The Roman Empire. An astonishing success for 400 years.
    And yet……all those slaves!!!!!!!!

    Surely Italy should be paying Euro Billions in reparations.

    A second thought. Look at the inequality in Roman society. The senators, the emperors, the villa owners, their staff, the servants, the gladiators, the slaves.
    Not unlike ancient Egypt.

    How strange that unequal societies seem to reach great heights.
    And then thousands of years later, ordinary people go in their millions to see the results, in Rome, Pompeii, Luxor, Aswan, Cairo.

    Societies driven by equality have no incentive to make progress. So they don’t.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Funny – watching The HBO ‘Rome ‘ series ( again ) very entertaining …. DVD from a charidee shop ….£1 …


  24. StewGreen says:

    Ex-BBC staff hardly ever turn out to to be righties
    @HughSykes tweeted 12 hours ago and got zero Likes, and zero replies
    from 8,000 followers

    @SuellaBraverman appears to have no self-awareness.
    This daughter of a foreign-born mother said this:
    “More than 1 in 5 births in the UK
    are to foreign born mothers…..
    Immigration is behind 45% of demand for new housing in England.”
    And she is stoking hatred.

    Projection is a libmob characteristic


  25. Fedup2 says:

    Seems GBnews has cancelled another presenter . This time it’s Lawrence Fox – who apparently said something about a women . That should be enough to end a career now .

    OFCOM investigating ? BBC demanding withdrawal of broadcasting licence ( again) ? How’s Huw ? Russell ?


    • MarkyMark says:

      1) At time of writing 9 of the 13 members of the Ofcom Content Board responsible for
      overseeing the BBC’s impartiality are ex-BBC employees, [A]. This is untenable. The
      arrangement is comparable to the hypothetical scenario of suing someone for libel only to
      arrive at the court to find that most of the members of the jury are ex-employees of the
      accused. This would never happen, for good and obvious reasons. In my opinion those
      charged with judging the BBC’s impartiality should be people with no previous employment
      at the BBC, and their judgments should not be subject to review by ex-BBC employees
      anywhere in the Ofcom management chain.
      2) The Ofcom employees charged with judging the BBC’s impartiality should not be based in
      London. Arguably BBC News has to be in London so as to be close to
      Westminster. However, as we saw in the EU referendum, the politics of London are very
      different from those of most of the rest of the country

      Click to access Name-Withheld-1.pdf


    • BRISSLES says:

      Fed, is that why they’ve got Richard Tice waiting in the wings ?


    • JohnC says:

      Well, having never heard of her I watched the first video that came up from google:

      Ava-Santina Evans | This House Believes You Have No Right To Inherit Wealth | Cambridge Union

      I only have two words for the entire thing : freak show.


  26. MarkyMark says:

    In 2012 the Guardian reported that a freedom of information request had revealed that the
    BBC’s most purchased newspaper was… the Guardian, with 59,829 copies purchased over an
    11 month period in 2010-11, [B]. This needs to be put into context. In 2010 The Guardian
    had just 14.5% of the circulation of the broadsheet newspapers : Guardian 14.5%; Telegraph
    33.3%; Times 24.5%; Financial Times 18.8%; Independent 8.9%, [C]. The BBC appears to
    be disproportionately fond of the Guardian.
    A letter in the Telegraph in 2010 reported that another freedom of information request had
    revealed that in 2004 the BBC spent the following sums (in pounds) on advertising for staff
    recruitment : in the Guardian, 231,944; in the Telegraph, 32,535; in the Times, 6,159, [D].

    Click to access Name-Withheld-1.pdf


  27. taffman says:

    “Croydon: Girl, 15, killed in south London ”
    Again !
    Is this the result of ‘diversity’ ?


    • MarkyMark says:

      £12.50 to carry a knife? Tax it!

      Mother of girl who died of air pollution welcomes Ulez expansion – but has cost concerns
      Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah’s daughter Ella, nine, died in 2013 after an asthma attack



    • Jeff says:

      Croydon is my old “stomping ground.” At one time, early 70s to early to mid 80’s I spent most Saturday nights there. You felt as safe as houses.

      My parents and gran used the old cobbled market, the huge shopping centres, including a massive Allders, that seemed to sell everything. Croydon had everything the west end had, but it was on our doorstep and it was much cheaper. There was never any trouble.

      I had a wander through a couple of months ago. Honestly, I felt like I was in a foreign country and that I was slumming. Beggars, some quite in your face, were on most corners, there was masses of litter, derelict buildings, the whole place seemed to be in a depressing spiral of decline.

      I honestly wouldn’t want to be wandering through there late at night.

      And they call this enrichment…


  28. MarkyMark says:




  29. taffman says:

    “Climate change: Six young people take 32 countries to court”

    Good luck with that one ?


    • Guest Who says:

      Ambulance chasing funded lawyer do not need luck; just billable hours.


    • MarkyMark says:

      In 2018, the family, who lives in Shandong, sold their first newborn daughter to a person surnamed Wei for a 30,000 yuan (US$4,725) “nutrition fee”. A “nutrition fee” is a coded term to refer to money paid to the biological parents for taking a pregnancy to term, much like surrogacy, which is also illegal in China.1 Apr 2022


  30. tomo says:

    Another dimwitted, galactically conceited sociology lecturer looking to cull the human population – what a nasty old shit.

    An American ecoloon


    • Guest Who says:

      Why do they all seem like Corbyn clones?


    • MarkyMark says:

      A post on Instagram claims that Stanley Johnson, father of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, wrote a novel called ‘The Virus’ in 1982 and includes a synopsis of the book. This is correct.

      The book was initially published in 1982, and was republished this summer during the coronavirus pandemic.

      The novel was originally titled ‘The Marburg Virus’, and loosely draws on a real outbreak of a virus in Marburg, Germany, in 1967. The outbreak was associated with laboratory work using African green monkeys imported from Uganda. In Mr Johnson’s novel, this virus reaches New York.



      Marburg virus disease is a highly virulent disease that causes haemorrhagic fever, with a fatality ratio of up to 88%. It is in the same family as the virus that causes Ebola virus disease. Two large outbreaks that occurred simultaneously in Marburg and Frankfurt in Germany, and in Belgrade, Serbia, in 1967, led to the initial recognition of the disease. The outbreak was associated with laboratory work using African green monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) imported from Uganda. Subsequently, outbreaks and sporadic cases have been reported in Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, South Africa (in a person with recent travel history to Zimbabwe) and Uganda. In 2008, two independent cases were reported in travellers who visited a cave inhabited by Rousettus bat colonies in Uganda.

      Human infection with Marburg virus disease initially results from prolonged exposure to mines or caves inhabited by Rousettus bat colonies. Once an individual is infected with the virus, Marburg can spread through human-to-human transmission via direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with the blood, secretions, organs or other bodily fluids of infected people, and with surfaces and materials (e.g. bedding, clothing) contaminated with these fluids.



  31. Terminal Moraine says:

    Not BBC but the Guardian — a suitably harrowing image to illustrate “a half-century of upheaval” in Europe. She looks like she’s just heard Lawrence Fox’s comment. I hope everyone can now see the abuse women suffer from right wing forest fires.

    The upheaval is of course carefully curated to reflect the Guardian editorial team’s anguish, rather than the interests of the wider population. For example, when one thinks of significant terrorist incidents from the last quarter of a century, who can forget 2006’s shooting of the Malian nanny Oulematou Niangadou by a rightwing student in Antwerp? I think some other stuff also happened in Manchester, London, Berlin, Nice and Paris over the last 25 years but who cares about that (not the Guardian).




  32. MarkyMark says:

    BBC – Chris Packham mentioned – they should say he is now a terrorist!


  33. MarkyMark says:

    BBC mention Chris Packham but not his terrorist intentions!?!?!?


    Chris Packham and the eco militants: BBC Springwatch presenter discusses blowing up oil pipeline with green campaigner and praises ‘highly-intelligent’ protester jailed for bringing M25 to 40-hour standstill in new documentary
    BBC star Packham spoke to ‘How To Blow Up A Pipeline’ author Andreas Malm

    PUBLISHED: 19:16, 20 September 2023 | UPDATED: 07:56, 21 September 2023


  34. Terminal Moraine says:

    The US Dept of Health and Human Services has now stated in a letter to the Wuhan Institute of Virology that:

    “… WIV may have conducted an experiment yielding a level of viral activity which was greater than permitted under the terms of the grant […] WIV conducted an experiment that violated the terms of the grant regarding viral activity, which possibly did lead or could lead to health issues or other unacceptable outcomes.”

    No doubt the MSM — that spent two years smearing every medic and scientist who raised the alarm about NIH-funded gain of function research as well as evidence of a non-natural origin to the C19 virus — will be apologising and publishing this new information.

    Meanwhile Team Verify are probably off looking at a cat meme where someone got the cat’s name wrong.

    Click to access Debartment.pdf


  35. MarkyMark says:

    “The first episode of TV show SAS: Who Dares Wins starring former Health Secretary Matt Hancock was released last night. It didn’t disappoint.”

    “Why is Hancock’s ‘punishment’ repeated self-aggrandizing escapades on well-remunerated TV shows when he should be in prison?” ORDER-ORDER.coM COMMENT

    ^^ still gets paid as MP and for entertaining the country whilst being let off for …. ha ha ha ha .. eat cake boris! Drink beer starmer! Accept 500K from China Barry Gardiner.


    “But how much was he paid for his time on the show? Last year, after filming for the show, Hancock revealed he was paid £45,000 to take part in Celebrity SAS. He declared the payment in an update to the MPs’ Register of Interests, published in November 2022.1 hour ago”

    £45K – we are all struggling comrade!


  36. MarkyMark says:

    BBC – Chris Packham “act of war on earth” – Chris Packham boiling climate means he does nothing anymore and stops breathing?


  37. BRISSLES says:

    Can’t understand the fuss over the Fox’s comments. Many times in my life I’ve said the same thing about a bloke ! I wonder if a woman had said in a private conversation similar comments, if she too would be ostracised, I doubt it.


    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Yes, it seems pretty one sided to me too, Briss, but it was a daft thing for Lozza to say on air, and even more daft of him to rattle off an angry tweet(?) stating he ‘stood by everything he said earlier’ (who hasn’t done something similar and then regretted it?).

      I rather like Loz Fox, he has the courage to ‘speak truth to power’, and the wealth and status to attract attention, and he seems a good natured soul, but I have noticed a few times that he is a bit rash, and doesn’t think before he acts.

      The way to tackle this would have been to wait 24 hours and then a grovelling apology to the ‘lovely’ lady, in question. Something like this:


  38. Fedup2 says:

    I think is GBnews just put the test card up there’d be a complaint from ‘dr sweet ‘ of the BBC and a BBCOFCOM investigation …. only approved free speech is acceptable – sad country ….


  39. andyjsnape says:

    Joe Biden makes history by joining UAW picket line

    The bbc likes this, well they would its to do with Biden

    A first apparently, so what

    Doesn’t really sound very favourably regarding Trump, makes him out to be a be sour that Biden apparently only went because Trump was

    Biased, yes

    Climate change: Six young people take 32 countries to court

    “Claudia says she suffers from eco-anxiety” – well done bbc for reporting constantly on eco crap and worrying people, you are part of the problem

    In small letters under one of the pictures “Verdicts by the European Court of Human Rights are legally binding for member states” – dont we know it, the way the eu holds power over Countries even though its unelected


  40. Flotsam says:

    Elton John has joined the BBC left wing, woke chorus against Suella Barverman.
    He has decided to put new twist to an old song:

    “Goodbye Suella Braverman, imported English rose, we all hate you for your contentious words ……..”


  41. Fedup2 says:

    Elton back on the meds again eh?


  42. Nibor says:

    Not asked by the BBC ;

    The bogus asylum seekers\ refugees come across the seas without papers to identify themselves .

    Yet in all the fast food chains there are all these people speaking different languages to English employed by the likes of Deliveroo and Just Eat driving cars and motorbikes or mopeds .

    How did they get those driving licences , in what name , how did they prove their identity ?


    • MarkyMark says:

      What documents do I need?

      One document to prove your right to work in the UK, which could be:

      UK/EEA passport
      EEA ID card (plus additional photo ID)
      Non-EEA passport, with valid visa (including immigration status) or Biometric Residence Permit
      UK birth/adoption certificate with National Insurance number
      One document to prove your address, which could be:

      A bank or credit card statement (not from an online bank like Monzo or Starling)
      An original utility bill (excluding mobile phone)
      If you’re applying to ride with a car or scooter you’ll also need to provide:

      UK/EEA driving licence (or provisional licence and CBT for scooters)
      Proof of food delivery insurance



      The Immigration Rules
      paragraph 360 sets out that asylum seekers may apply for permission to work if they have not received an initial decision on their claim within 12 months but this will only be considered if that delay was through no fault of the applicant.30 Dec 2022


      • Guest Who says:

        A reasoned piece from one with brains in his head rather than mush.


        In the fogged minds of Vile and his groupies this makes him on the wrong ‘side’, and hence needs destroying without thought.


        • MarkyMark says:

          “In the last few months, two members of my family have applied for visas to come to the UK: my mother to visit her son, daughter-in-law and newborn grandson, and my sister to visit our elderly grandmother. Both of their applications were denied on the basis that they haven’t demonstrated with sufficient clarity that they will definitely not stay here after their visas expire.

          While immensely frustrating and completely wrong, these decisions offer a stunning contrast with other areas of Britain’s immigration policy.”


    • harry142857 says:

      The Deliveroo/Just Eat drivers are mostly illegals. There is a flourishing black market for people registering with legitimate details, and then “renting out” their login details on phone apps for between £60-£100+ per week.
      Doubt many on mopeds or electric bikes are worried about insurance. If the old bill stopped them, they would just drive off.


      • MarkyMark says:

        Couriers for Deliveroo, UberEats and others are selling the use of their accounts to people who do not have the right to work in Britain, an investigation by The Sunday Times has revealed. Our reporter found more than 100 posts on Facebook where profiles are advertised for weekly fees of up to £140.3 Jun 2023


        • atlas_shrugged says:

          So all these people who have been driving around on pavements at 30mph on electric scooters and going through red traffic lights with their lunch boxes on the back and unable to speak a single word of English you mean Sunday Times that they are ILLEGAL?

          I am shocked and stunned. I never would have guessed this.


  43. Guest Who says:


    And the surf so far makes one wonder what Khan is putting in the London politico-media drinking water.

    No matter the hue, every single person from these sub zones of society appears utterly deranged, and trying to claw to the top of their particularly unpleasant adolescent girl gang.

    Trouble is those of the right appear not to grasp how the game is played from their side, and those of the left know exactly how it is rigged on theirs.

    I have no time to meddle with cuts and pastes so this will mostly be for those who, like me, taint themselves with Twitter to stay abreast of what the gutter dwellers are concocting. A sad litany of Martian low lifes at ‘work’, rest and play.

    Let us frame things as I did above using the ever odious Vile’s phrasing…

    “Whose side are you on Suella or Elton?”

    His desperation for ratings is beyond sickening.

    Then there is the equally evil stepsister to mini-YAB.


    Apparently unaware or unconcerned that she is right down there with them all.

    Just as Foxy appears to be welcoming it being worse than that Jim, poking that bear. OFCOM only goes after those they are told to by the blob. Berk.The blonde knows she is golden and he is marked.

    Just see how many MSM panel shows Femi, or this oaf, are still ushered onto no matter what…

    https://x.com/campbellclaret/status/1706748062935236743?s=43 – Sewerella.

    Really? That is his pitch to the cheap seats? Get him on QT asap!

    And lastly, for now, JO’bsworth.

    “When is an apology not an apology?”

    When getting away with using lies to try and destroy an ideological foe, James. Like the rest of you.


  44. JohnC says:

    Croydon: Girl, 15, killed in south London stabbing

    So for weeks and weeks now, the Londinistan stabbings and trials etc have been sent straight to ‘regions’ (and sometimes not even to ‘London Violence’ presumably to hide it from anyone who looks for it).

    Now this one of a girl is a front page headline and it’s way, way, way out of proportion with the short ‘basic facts only’ stories we get when 15 year old boys stab each other.

    Here’s another stabbing from 3 days ago:
    Petts Wood murder: Man, 19, fatally stabbed in heart in Jubilee Country Park

    It gets 179 words compared to 821 for this girl.

    Which always means it’s got something to do with a BBC agenda. No doubt they will move on to that once they’ve squeezed as much empathy from it as they can first to make us agree with whatever they demand next.

    What are the odds on this boy being white after the many stabbings by black boys have been brushed under the carpet by the BBC ?. I would not be surprised in the slightest given how racist they are now.

    The point this proves is that the BBC don’t care one bit how many young people are stabbed to death. They only care if they can use it for their agenda. Which means all the empathy is fake.

    That makes them proper low-life scum in my book.


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Black boys who stab each other don’t matter according to the bBC. They never ever get their panties in a bunch about black boys killing each other.


  45. MarkyMark says:

    Croydon: Girl, 15, killed in south London stabbing

    Breathe: Tackling the Climate Emergency Hardcover – 25 May 2023
    by Sadiq Khan


    • Fedup2 says:

      At least she died in cleaner air ….

      … I keep a tab on londonistan killings – I don’t mention them here much – this was unusual in that it was some sort of ‘romance ‘ thing plus killer knife plus bus plus 0830 at the start of school as opposed to the traditional 1600 murders …

      .. because of their ages we won’t know what happened – or who did it …. Can we go back to dangerous dogs or Russell or plod not carrying or suella or Hs2 …. Or maybe not …


  46. andyjsnape says:

    Germany cracks down on neo-Nazi sect Artgemeinschaft for targeting children

    Meanwhile talking of children, we have the bbc

    bbc find its acceptable for children to be taught to be a boy or girl at a young age, and confuse the hell out of them by the time they are teenagers


  47. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    On talk tv they have a banner saying ‘Hate channel on rocks’

    They mean GB News. Isn’t that libellous or something?
    What have Narinder, Benjamin, Amy, Crick, Nelson and the rest been saying just lately to become hate figures.

    They are criticising Fox for saying he wouldn’t shag (somebody I’ve never heard of) on Dan wooton’s show last night.
    Of course, all the virtue signallers are out being offended on her behalf.

    I didn’t see this interview. What was it that made Fox say that?
    What did she do or say. Did he just say that out of the blue or did she start the name calling?

    Maybe he should have called her Scum because that’s alright to say as our Angie didn’t get cancelled, sacked or piled on by the virtue signallers.

    He (Collins) has just been agreeing with a caller who thinks the Japanese should take in more immigrants. Japan is 97% Japanese.
    They could do with some enrichment.
    Lots of grooming gangs for the little girls in Hiroshima.
    Drug wars and machete killings in Tokyo.
    Ghettos and areas being taken over becoming no go for the Jap locals.
    So much for them to look forward to.


    • MarkyMark says:

      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**


    • JohnC says:

      I don’t watch it that often, but the only outstanding of hate I’ve seen on there was Benjamin Butterbum who basically screwed his little fat face up while accusing everybody else of being racists every time they disagreed with him.


    • StewGreen says:

      Emmanuel Goldstein, you don’t know the situation in Japan
      It is so different from here it’s incomparable
      As regard sex crime, it can be terrible
      There traditionally has been a very low prosecution rate, cos the police refuse to take complaints seriously.
      As regards other crime. its OK until the Yakusa world touches you, then terrible.


  48. MarkyMark says:

    David Kurten – Restoring Our Nation – Heritage Party Conference 2023


  49. BRISSLES says:

    One of my best holidays was to Japan. It was just full of indigenous peoples. Lovely.


    • JohnC says:

      Same with Thailand.

      They don’t change anything because foreigners demand it. You either like it and fit in or go home.


  50. atlas_shrugged says:

    I am so deeply touched that the UK will open its first chemical-kamikaze centre up in Scotland:

    Years ago I asked a liebour liberal bed-wetter what the moral difference was between a wet-house (where people could drink in ‘safety’) and a gas-chamber. He replied that people were not forced to use a wet-house.

    This is the NZ PM defence over a poisonous injection – “No one forced you to take it”.