495 Responses to Midweek 29th November 2023

  1. Thoughtful says:

    A reminder of the Advent service this Sunday on Radio 3



  2. Eddy Booth says:

    “Gaza families live in tents with no winter clothing”


    “Families in Gaza have had to resort to sleeping in tents and, with winter approaching, many are struggling to find warm clothing.
    The BBC’s Adnan El-Bursh says he’s seen many return to destroyed homes to search for clothing and blankets.”
    Published 1 day ago

    BBC weather forecast for Gaza:


    • Guest Who says:

      Should twitter matter? No.

      Does it? Well, to the bbc it does, a lot. They have invested massively in trying to dominate it and when Musk interfered crush him. Then expanded Verify to scores to keep futzing about with trivia to distract. All to keep inept pols in line.


      Then left him 8 days without medical treatment
      Mohammed Nazal says they kept beating them daily until 1 died. They starved them to near death with a plate of plain rice for 10 people. They were freezing with no heating or blankets.

      Classic Hamas propaganda.
      Here’s a video of Muhammad being escorted out of the prison, Completely healthy.

      Seems worth looking into to clarify?

      Or play the system with emotive propaganda BS like the above that few will notice is just that.


    • StewGreen says:

      1991 I stayed with a family in Syria.
      It wasn’t summer I think it was March.
      “You are the guest sleep in the room.”,
      “Where will you sleep ?”
      “outside we often do”
      And the guy and his sisters and mother all did that ..slept in the garden.


  3. Fedup2 says:



  4. Lucy Pevensey says:

    I have an idea for Tommy Robinson. It’s a long game but…….

    He should legally change his name again.
    • Hubert Blaine Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff
    • John Jacob Jingleheimer-Schmidt

    After another year change it again.
    • Robby Thompson
    • Stephanus Lennon-McCartney

    This will make the BBC worth watching again as they will have to tell us that …

    “Robby Thompson, who used to be known as Hubert Blaine Wolfeschlegelsteinhausenbergerdorff and Tommy Robinson whose real name is Stephan Yaxley Lennon” still shall not be named without the “far right” suffix attached.”

    It will also keep the Leftwaffe busy on X-Twitter because there are a limited amount of characters available for one tweet.


    • Emmanuel Goldstein says:

      Is it true that Tommy Robinson will soon be hosting ‘Have I got news for you’ to show that the bbbc is impartial.


    • Scroblene says:

      Great minds an’ all that Lucy!

      Only yesterday, I started to compile a list of names of civil servants who ‘work’ at the Beebonic Filofax building, and after two or three, I sort of gave up…

      “A spokesklingon outside the bike shed in W1AA, Tarquin Yaxley-Cubicle, said that all this childish name-calling had to stop, and his partner, ffiona Yaxley-Linker, confirmed that they were indeed an ‘item’, which was checked by Beryl Yaxley-Meeshal-notbemoved”, but then, more important issues like pouring a drink came to mind!


  5. tomo says:

    Schwab / Soros paw-prints….


  6. tomo says:



  7. Guest Who says:

    Often the bbc is faced with dilemmas in its naughty vs. nice list. Often between those in one column.

    Hamas unleashed a terrorist attack because they fear nothing more than Israelis and Palestinians living side by side in peace.
    To continue down the path of terror, violence, killing, and war is to give Hamas what they seek.
    We can’t do that.

    So it can be interesting when they start prioritising. Sopes and gang were excellent at that.


  8. tomo says:

    So, it’ll be your fault if there’s power cuts – for not having a “Smart Meter” – they’re going for full inversion – I’d wager some “nudgers” are writing the “blame your dinosaur neighbor” now… Save the NHS , clap to keep the blood circulation up etc.,




    • Thoughtful says:

      and how much is the amount? Recent reports indicate it’s just pennies,


    • StewGreen says:

      Meanwhile the crazy establishment wants to ban UK firms from making proper steel with blast furnaces
      and force corps to use electric arc to make second quality steel.

      Magic unicorns will power those electric arc furnaces so it’s not like there will be huge new loads on the electricity grid …./sarc


  9. Zephir says:

    It’s getting more and more dystopian, to the point that I am lookimg forward to not being around in 20 years time


  10. Zephir says:

    What does far right actually mean ? no one has ever defined it.

    But… here is my defenition:


  11. Zephir says:

    As has been commented upon previously, regarding gender identity, we are talking about one person in 10 000 at best,

    f’cking barmy
    a moron

    whilst 5 year olds get their throat slashed by an algerian immigrant who their legal process refused to deport after being in posession of a knife in 2003 and ..

    Its all right wing to complain


  12. StewGreen says:

    Guy tries to get Laurence Fox kicked out of a bar by making a point of going up to staff and saying “hey that guy is a huge racist”

    Then the guy is challenged for evidence to back up that huge claim he can’t and runs away.

    There are genuine racist bovver boys who harm people by doing racist stuff
    There are genuine bovver boys on the left who try to cancel people by falsely shouting “racist” ..that is a form of bullying.


  13. Zephir says:

    Irish politician above:

    “We are restricting freedom”

    Thats all we need to know, the rest of your speech is irrelevent, you are Nazis


  14. Zephir says:

    Something maybe worth considering

    the difference between racism and tribalism

    something a fat black twat on ths jungle programme would never be able to understand because she is also thick as shit

    tribalism is a human trait within all human societies, this is a fact

    true racism is different, it proposes that some humans are less than human, which allows those that propose it to treat some as animals where killing is not considered murder.


  15. taffman says:

    “Robert Jenrick pledges ‘serious reforms’ to curb migration”
    Who is he kidding ?
    How many more broken promises do the Tories have to make about curbing immigration since 2015 before you vote for another political party for a change ?


    • Zephir says:

      Wll voting for an alternative party mean that party gets into power ?

      If it doesn’t then it is a waste of time

      Dublin has shown us where the power lies


  16. Zephir says:

    A few hundred years ago, a puritan intolerant faction spent their leaisure time smashing up statues in churches and caused a civil war.

    At least that lot were English

    (and did’t spend the rest of their leisure time gang raping and selling drugs)

    I am led to believe the French have a similar faction, either that or their churches just catch fire cos of climate change or something


    • taffman says:

      The taffmen were also involved in that civil war.🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿


      • Zephir says:

        The true britons

        I vividly recall being in the muslim ghetto of Bury Park road in Luton on business, and stopped for a coffee, three or four teenagers dressed in their “thobe” obviously just out of their special school walked in and tried to stare me out.

        I just stared back, with the self confidence that my family and descendents have been in this country for well over 1000 years, which I can prove, being of a highland clan.

        I did not need to say it but I would have :I’m pretty sure you or your dads arrived in this country clinging to the back axle of a lorry last week so don’t give me the territorial crap


        • 1 of 8e9 says:

          “They want the white man’s world but they don’t want the white man in it; but what they can’t fathom is that the white man’s world comes with the white man and leaves with him.” Unknown.

          I could understand their arrogance if they were creating a better version of their culture by exploiting ours, but from what I have seen it is just a facsimile of their own.


    • atlas_shrugged says:


      > At least that lot were English

      I have been interested in this point for some time. The New Model Army was paid. But I do not know who by. Some say that all wars are banker wars. Were there some outside interests that wanted the kings head chopped off? I do not have any answers to this.

      A while back I watched a very interesting conspiracy type film made by a teacher in the UK about a multiple shooter plot to kill JFK. The film was interesting because it firmly put the bankers behind this plot (and the mafia and CIA). The film also covered WW2. I have never been able to find a link to this film again.

      Back to your point about our civil war. You were right about the damaged statues and this can be seen outside Peterborough cathedral. One of the officers got laid up for some days and so while there his men went on a wrecking spree of the cathedral. No doubt if the bBC had been around then they would have been in ecstasy.


      • Zephir says:

        There are many churches and catherals where you can see spaces where there should be something in the spaces

        the puritanical hatred of art, taken to whole new level by our “visitors”

        art, music, free speech. womens rights, gay rights, religious tolerance, education, slavery, rght to a defence in trials, prison reform

        its bloody amazing when you actually think about the liberal support for these heathens

        the only thing they have in common with the far left is uncontrolled beards and moustaches.

        The correlation with fascist dictatorship and facial hair should be a warning for all of us, Blair and Clinton are just leaving it to their wives


  17. Flotsam says:

    So you know what they think of GBNews. From the New European newspaper:

    “The hard-right conspiracy theory TV channel has brought something entirely news to British broadcasting”



  18. Zephir says:

    Hard right / far right = we just want to be left alone


  19. JohnC says:

    One thing I’ve noticed over the months is how the BBC use a picture on the main page which is totally agenda-based – but when I go into the article, they are all less extreme and the main-page picture is nowhere to be seen.

    Today for the hostage releases we have a picture which is clearly two older Palestinian women, one crying while the other hugs her. We are obviously supposed to think THEY are the ones being reunited with hostages. They are not. They are being reunited with prisoners who have to be released in exchange for hostages THEIR people took. And amazingly this warped view disappears completely if you go into the article. Meaning there is no record of it once the headline changes.

    The BBC are clearly trying to infer equivalence between the prisoners and the hostages. The prisoners are NOT hostages. They were caught in specific places and specific circumstances. They were not abducted while the rest of their family were murdered.

    I saw the video of them being released on the bus the other day : they are young members (or at the very least strong supporters) of Hamas.

    This is just one of the many drip-drip-drip techniques the BBC use to try and gradually pull the opinion of the reader over to what the BBC want.


    • andyjsnape says:

      Hello JohnC

      It does make me wonder these hamas hostages who get released by Israel, presumably these people are just “shop keepers” and “friendly locals” in the eyes of the bbc


      • JohnC says:

        They say things like ‘arrested for throwing stones’ as if it was a trivial thing by children.

        It’s where they were throwing them, who they were throwing them at and the circumstances in which they were throwing them which the BBC never mention.

        They don’t mention the others of course – who are just terrorists.


    • tomo says:

      I wonder at what the BBC is squeezing out to non domestic audiences – a topic I’ve occasionally looked into over some years after having had two internet feeds that were based in different countries (me in third!) and noticing huge differences in the narrative delivered depending fairly obviously on the expected audience….


  20. StewGreen says:

    video : Antisemitism march organiser
    on why he got Tommy Robinson banned
    Doesn’t look like he has any contrition

    Comments are open.. for now
    .. https://youtu.be/6pfxLfkKqnY


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      By ‘othering’ a person as these two people did in this interview, they failed to understand that this was in itself a kind of racism.

      These two could try living in Luton for a few years and walk the streets wearing a kippah. With this experience they may gain some insight. It would not be a Christian, or a Hindu, or a Buddhist, or a Sikh, or a Rastafarian who attacked them.

      We have laws in this country of freedom to travel – Act of Union 1707.

      After all the Royal Family can go everywhere and according to an ex bBC man they are all lizards.


  21. Fedup2 says:

    Here’s a good one . I turned on and meesh has interviewing a Hamas spokeslady. It was about the Palestinians being released from Israeli prisoners . Meesh called them ‘teenagers ‘ the terrorist spokeslady said ‘please call them children ‘- nice one .
    I kept listening . What ? The lady isn’t a Hamas terrorist spokeslady – she is from ‘amnesty international ‘ – which is a charity specialising in supporting terrorists .

    At the end meesh did the ‘balance ‘ thing where the Israeli government described these people as ‘ Palestinian militants’….
    I don’t think Israel would call ‘terrorists ‘ ‘militants ‘ and I think the BBC deliberately changed the word …. Censored terrorists into ‘militants ‘ again ….. don’t pay for That …please


    • tomo says:

      Any charity that has gone seriously “corporate” is subject to determined lefty activist entryism. I was disappointed by Amnesty to the point that I terminated a regular give a couple of decades ago. I liked the idea of writing letters to people locked up by nasty regimes but the switch to Wolfie Smith caricature sloganeering and chanting was just wrong.

      They phone canvassed me for extra money to fight “global warming” and after a 5 minute walk through their then claims which the canvasser agreed were ill considered, specious and trivially debunked – I like to think that she stopped volunteering.


    • Guest Who says:

      The soi boi on the Moaning Emole keeps things firmly away from how these folk came to be hostages.

      “ Israel-Hamas truce enters ‘final day’ – so what happens next?

      Emotional and physical scars of those who’ve been held hostage by Hamas for weeks are showing as they emerge from captivity. Twelve more people were released from Gaza last night, while Israel has freed 30 more Palestinian prisoners, with some of those held in Israeli jails alleging mistreatment. This is the sixth – and possible final – day of the truce that has allowed those exchanges. So what can we expect now? Our Middle East correspondent Hugo Bachega says that both Israel and Hamas want to extend this break in the fighting. Talks are intensifying in a bid to make that happen. But remember: Israel says that when this process is over it will resume its operation in Gaza with “full force”.”

      But remember, ‘children’ can kill. Biblically ©️Goliath


    • StewGreen says:

      “suspects involved in militant activity”

      7:15am MH “The Israeli miltary has said that it operates in the occupied West Bank and Gaza against suspects involved in militant activity”

      Bet MH lifted that line from elsewhere but added in “occupied” herself


  22. tomo says:

    Got to grift, got to to tap into all those taxes and borrowings – government bureaucracy is a worse invasive species than Japanese knotweed….



  23. tomo says:

    Auchinleck is the thin end of the wedge – and there is a wedge , a f*****g big wedge.



  24. AsISeeIt says:

    BBC phrase of the day plus another media skimpy outfit edition

    Your BBC online news phrase of the day is ‘tell of

    Rescued Indian workers tell of yoga and phone games (BBC)

    Hamas captives tell of fear, squalor and hunger (BBC)

    The 41 Indian workers rescued from a tunnel in Uttarakhand state after being trapped inside for 17 days are safe and recuperating in hospital.

    Stories emerging from those freed from Gaza – mostly through their relatives – paint a picture of weeks spent in squalor, uncertainty and fear.

    Mostly through their relatives…? Always the reference to some dubious attribution providing the element of doubt, eh?

    Of course only one of these incarcerations from which victims have been freed was accidental rather than pre-planned.

    The formerly patriotic Times lives up to Mr AsI’s characterisation of that paper’s editorial line by siding with Johnny foreigner: Greeks accuse PM of losing his head in row over Elgin Marbles

    Come on Times, why not go the whole lefty tabloid hog and employ the glaringly obvious Rishi losing his marbles pun?

    Rishi’s lost his marbles – thank you Daily Star – someone had to do it.

    The BBC house-style book sadly closes this possibly mental illness shaming avenue of humour with a typical redefinition of terms: Greece denies promising not to raise Parthenon Sculptures on UK visit… Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has again called for the return of the Elgin Marbles… Also known as the Parthenon Sculptures (BBC) – I think that’s a heavy hint as to where our BBC would prefer to envisage their relocation. And if they can teach the media class to use that terminology, I’m sure eventually they can make it so.

    The pound shop junior Guardian that is the ‘i’ newspaper promises a quick primer in what right-on young lefties ought to think about the issue: A quick history lesson for Elgin Marbles campaigners (‘i’)

    I’ll make a bet with you dear readers hereabouts – within a short period the left-leaning ‘i’ will refer in its headlines to the Parthenon Sculptures – call that a hostage to fortune.

    Once upon a time, children, there was a time when our liberal media railed at the threat to democracy resulting from too much money in US politics. You could buy an election – that was the charge.

    Since Donald Trump – orange man bad – not so much…

    The Financial Times turns positively tumescent at the thought of a mainstream-minded Republican (a woman, no less) to represent our elites as a rival to populist The Donald: Koch backing boosts Haley… influencial billionaire Charles Koch… Haley, a former ambassador to the UN, as she attempts to challenge Donald Trump, the clear Republican frontrunner… Haley… has swayed big donors

    Rishi Sunak writes off the northern Red Wall and instead attempts to pander to the comfortable soft liberal-minded southern voters: Sunak to force public consultations on tree felling in new green drive (Telegraph); England to get new national park as part of nature plan (BBC) – guess where? Not in the north, mind you: Natural England will consider a list of possible sites, which could include the Chilterns, the Cotswolds and Dorset. (BBC) – David Cameron’s price for coming back into Rishi’s cabinet?

    ‘The house is slightly falling down’: Inside David and Samantha Cameron’s £1.5m Cotswolds home… The couple have owned the Cotswolds cottage for 16 years and Samantha Cameron says it’s “slightly falling down”… The sprawling honey-coloured stone ‘cottage’ covered with climbing roses is set in the the idyllic Cotswolds countryside. (Evening Standard, August 2017) – no massive new housing estates concreting over the countryside so as to cope with our hyper-immigration in the Cotswolds then?

    TV royalty is threatened by a serious and unpleasant accusation…

    Chris Packham blasts Ant and Dec over ‘Animal Abuse’ (Daily Star)

    Talking of Royalty…

    The saucy tabloid Sun… and the sleepy home counties Telegraph, each delight in an excuse to reprint: The young Kate middleton, played by Meg Bellamy, in the final series of The Crown, attracts attention… modelling a skimpy outfit at a charity fashion show during the students’ time at St Andrews University (Telegraph); Crown’s Kate walk copycat… Double take… Meg Bellamy in series… Sheer class… student Kate in 2002 (The Sun)

    Well, they do say the spectacle of monarchy unites us Britons, both lower and upper class.


  25. Fedup2 says:

    Reith lectures

    An approved global lefty called Ben Ansell delivers an approved lecture about approved ‘democracy ‘… he got the digs in on Trump and Hungary very early ….

    …. His version of ‘approved democracy ‘ isn’t mine –

    Once upon a time real heavy weights did the Reith Lectures – now it’s approved kidults ….. I’m waiting for the number of time ‘populist ‘ or ‘far right ‘ is used – but I don’t think I can listen much longer …..I think I’m anti approved democracy ….


    • StewGreen says:

      Back in July they saw his new book ticked their GuardianSupremacist boxes so they booedk him to do the Reiths


  26. StewGreen says:

    Professor Jo Brand is on that silly ITV morning show doing PRasNews for Global Warming PR machine

    one reply “Her face is melting so it must be true”


    • StewGreen says:

      tweets that get more Likes that ITVs own

      “Can you explain why you’ve got Jo Brand on talking about the ‘climate crisis’ and going to speak to the environment minister whilst you just sent Andi to Copenhagen to tell us we can win some money
      and Richard to Oz to tell us what happened in last nights #ImACeleb #GMB”


    • MarkyMark says:



  27. Fedup2 says:

    Reith lectures –

    The questioners – the first one – Peter bottomley – who has been an £mp£ since 1975 – that’s 1975 ….. nearly 50 years of expenses …. Wow ….

    Funny that the BBC thinks the UK is a democracy …


  28. tomo says:

    Raw turnip and bluebottle diet for UN-COP delegates = yes please!


  29. Fedup2 says:

    It looks like the conditioning ( grooming ?) for the UK to physically rejoin the EU is speeding up as the fixed General Election gets closer .
    The idiot kraut president – van der loser – gave a speech about fixing brexit by rejoining … and Starmer is talking about ‘working closer ‘ with the EU – when the red labour manifesto comes out I reckon there will be mention of ‘closer working with the EU ‘ which will give red labour the ‘authority’ to rejoin – with their 200 majority …..
    …. But we never really left – democracy indeed …


  30. Zephir says:

    How have we come to this, that the bbc is infested with muslims, that their head of religion is a muslim, you sick, perverse twats, that they lie about muslims attacking jews in Oxford street, that they lie about blm protests in the US being peacful ?

    This is the kind of broadcaster we get in dictaorships. North Korea would be proud of you.

    “John Reith maintained that broadcasting should be a public service which enriches the intellectual and cultural life of the nation. It is in this spirit that the BBC each year invites a leading figure to deliver a series of lectures on radio. The aim is to advance public understanding and debate about significant issues of contemporary interest.”

    bbc, the public no longer trusts you, the vast majority of the public is not black or muslim, you tone deaf tossers


    • Fedup2 says:

      Zephir – I’m surprised the lefty lecturer wasn’t female(ish) and coloured and in a wheelchair …. Or straight from a dinghy …


      • Zephir says:

        I did not watch of course but did it have a pierced nose and purple hair ? if not why not ?

        De rigueur for historians now

        the morons think that this will make a 13 year old thug who’s just headbutted his English teacher, sexually assaulted the French teacher whilst racially abusing her, and spends all day on playstation pick up a history book


        • Fedup2 says:

          I don’t know but the bio sez he was born in California – that’s enough for me …..
          The entire premise of the lecture is just – crap – this guy is a Phd – he didn’t even describe what a ‘democracy ‘ is but works on the premise thar if you have a vote – then it’s a democracy –
          Shows how dumb academics can be eh? ….


    • MarkyMark says:

      “enriches the intellectual and cultural life of the nation”

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    • Thoughtful says:

      John Reith was a Nazi sympathiser who offered to fly the Swastika over Bush house so please don’t hold him up as an example. Churchill hated him.


      • tomo says:

        Different days…

        For you, Herr von Ribbentrop, I would gladly fly the swastika from the top of Bush House, John Reith promised the departing German Ambassador in 1938, at a gala BBC event.

        More on the sainted miserable jock


  31. MarkyMark says:

    22 September 2023

    Russia is recruiting hundreds of Cubans as cannon fodder for its war on Ukraine
    By Peter Young
    (found on order-order.com)


  32. StewGreen says:

    Whitby snow video : last night the snow covered the moors and right down into Whitby
    .. https://youtu.be/h1dIn_TPKi0


    • Fedup2 says:

      And only 24 days until the shortest day of the year – caused by global warming ….


      • digg says:

        I bet Channel 4 are beginning to regret choosing next week to run their squealing Climate Armageddon series….with all the usual suspects of course.


  33. BRISSLES says:

    We need a new news channel. GBN has lost the plot.
    I heard mention that one hit wonder and reality TV regular Pater “my wife is a doctor” Andre is to be a morning presenter . (????) Who is hiring these people ?


  34. Zephir says:

    Ukrain ceasefire now ? Ukrain ceasefire over the last two years ? nope, tumbleweed at the bbc

    maybe if Israel applied to join the EU the same would apply to them,

    Photos suddenly appearing of Isreali nurseries and hospitals with bombholes all over the bbc


  35. StewGreen says:

    Yesterday was Albanian National Day so Met Police tweets were about them waving flags out of sunroofs etc,
    and large gatherings


    • MarkyMark says:

      2018 … The Albanian drug lords of London: Shameless gangsters who rule capital’s drug trade post pictures of guns and wads of cash on public Instagram page with more than 8,000 images
      East London Hellbanianz gang run a website that flaunts their gangster lifestyle
      Three members of the gang were jailed for more than 42 years in 2016
      But they brazenly continue to flaunt their wealth and guns to thousands online
      Instagram account sends out worrying message in city plagued by crime

      PUBLISHED: 21:44, 11 November 2018


  36. StewGreen says:

    Woman terrorised by Muslim extremists goes missing
    no media coverage
    Hatun Tash


    • MarkyMark says:

      Check the HAMAS tunnels? Or ask the three hiding in Batley?


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      As far as I know the wet police have still not brought to justice the scum that stabbed Hatun in broad daylight at Speakers Corner in Londonistan. This happened several years ago. This area of the capital probably has more CCTV coverage than anywhere in the world including the fence around Gaza.


  37. Guest Who says:

    Colour me surprised.

    If you’re a socialist, and you support Palestine’s struggle for statehood, and you don’t have a strategy to distance yourself from this Hamas apologist crap, you are treading a very dangerous path…

    Paul sussed that Labour’s sure thing might be eroding every time Gaza gets a mention?

    The BBC on twitter alternates between apologism posts and what Rachel sez wibble and Sir Keir in funny hats.


  38. StewGreen says:

    Above at 6:56am I mentioned the hatey video the organiser of the AntiSemtism march had done against TR
    I see the Jewish Chronicle tweeted a clip, got a big blowback
    of 1,200 replies against them

    So they controlled that by switching off replies

    You do not represent all Jews so to suggest that ‘no one’ wants to march with him is nonsense

    Comparing @TRobinsonNewEra to anyone from the National Front is offensive and indicates stupidity.

    Believing Tommy was ever far right is as stupid today as believing Arabs deserve another Islamic state with a capital in Jerusalem.

    TR quote tweeted the video and got far more likes


    • StewGreen says:

      #IRONY on 19th Oct @antisemitism and their leader @GideonFalter tweeted against @MetPoliceUK who restrained their billboard vans

      “instead of telling us to go home …. try letting us exercise our right to call for ..”


    • MarkyMark says:



    • G.W.F. says:

      Like many posters here I am anti BBC, anti Islamisation, sceptical of climate change predictions and net zero. That makes me far right and unlikely to be welcome at anti semitic demonstrations. Fortunately the police and moslems will turn out in their support. I don’t think the Jewish representatives here in the UK realise how serious their predicament is. Well, good luck to them


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Dear smug, self righteous left wing Jew: I find I now have rather less sympathy for your cause than I did before. It is clear that you put pressure on the police to get rid of TR, who was there to support you. He won’t make that mistake again. What a fool.


  39. Sluff says:

    Not directly BBC related but nicely puts a spanner in two of their favourite narratives.


    According to a survey, 72% of 18-24 year olds plan to travel abroad next year.

    So…….what what all that about the ‘cost of living crisis’ and the ‘climate crisis’? All those campaigns and demos with lots of young people?

    Or is it a case of ‘do as I say, not as I do’?


    • MarkyMark says:

      response does not hold water.

      The streets were empty when the vans were shut down for the second time, and our Chief Executive,
      , was physically restrained from speaking to the drivers.

      We have seen all too well the fruits of the “work taking place across the Met to tackle hate crime”: demonstrations on our streets and incitement on social media surging, versus the rapid shutting down of our billboards.

      If you want to protect Jews, instead of telling us to go home and hide the faces of children kidnapped by a proscribed terrorist organisation whose founding charter calls for our annihilation, try letting us exercise our right to call for their safe return and arrest the protesters breaching the peace and intimidating our people.

      That’s how you “tackle hate crime”.
      6:37 pm · 19 Oct 2023


  40. atlas_shrugged says:

    Will the covid-cover-up enquiry be delving into the covid virus being man-made as revealed by minister Gove?

    Thought not.


    • Terminal Moraine says:

      Atlas I just posted the same. Apparently this info is “not part of the inquiry’s terms of reference.”

      That’s how to fake an inquiry. How the virus originated, how much of a threat to health it was, whether any existing treatments worked and questions about the safety & efficacy of experimental new biotech are simply irrelevant details. Who Cummings swore at and whether Sadiq Khan felt left out of group chats is the really important stuff.



      • Terminal Moraine says:

        Wendling thinks the huge numbers of reports of vaccine injuries are likely down to fake entries posted on the system by aggrieved anti-vaxxers.

        Any evidence for this and why it’s a likely scenario doesn’t trouble Mike. Blaming fringe people and bot farms is the BBC way of dealing with issues when you lack the capacity for proper research.

        The editorial board of the Washington Times swallows anti-vaxxer propaganda about the VAERS reporting system. Do they really think 21,000 Americans have died from Covid vaccines and that VARES reports weren't inflated by anti-vaccine activists? https://t.co/wp70cBbfYr— Mike Wendling (@mwendling) November 27, 2023


      • atlas_shrugged says:


        Spot on. I wish you were handling this enquiry.


  41. tomo says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      Dear Darren Henry,

      Parliament’s £13 billion restoration.

      HS2 £150 billion, original budget £36 billion.

      Track and Trace £37 billion – no tracking or tracing where this money went.

      £1.1bn of COVID small business loans identified as fraud

      £4 billion of unusable PPE bought in first year of pandemic will be burnt “to generate power”

      13 + 150 + 37 + 1.1+ 4 = £205 billion

      Nuclear reactor = £6 billion

      Yours sincerely,
      Mr H


  42. MarkyMark says:

    House of Commons
    Wednesday 29 November 2023 Meeting started at 11.34am

    Bakewell hole town debanked


  43. Zephir says:

    Forget Rwanda, lets just sort out all housing and child benefit claims in Nigeria, keep it “in house” so to speak and reduce the carbon footprint

    32 children and six wives ? living in Hackney but can only make it to Lagos job centre?

    no problem


  44. BRISSLES says:

    Are we still paying child benefits to Polish workers who have long since returned home ??


    • Zephir says:

      No, that’s just the lorry drivers on half a bottle of brandy a day swerving around the M25 cooking sausages on a primus stove on the dashboard whilst texting local escort services at 80 mph through single lane roadworks


  45. andyjsnape says:

    bbc get a life

    Beyoncé’s mum hits out at ‘racist’ skin lightening comments

    This really isn’t worth “reporting”


  46. StewGreen says:

    Someone draws attention to Met Police seemingly putting a huge effort into hijab PR

    The law is equality , but when the establishment puts so much effort into one particular niche, that is not equality.

    Oh they locked replies
    So CCBGBed in the Quote Tweets


  47. StewGreen says:

    BBC/media never seem to air the videos where TR makes a clear stand against racism


  48. MarkyMark says:

    Inquiry KC asks if cabinet was sufficiently diverse
    The conversation turns to whether or not the cabinet of the day was sufficiently diverse in its outlook when dealing with the pandemic.

    Raab acknowledges that it’s hard to make a cabinet a “perfect ecumenical reflection of society”, but stresses that he believes the government at the time was “sensitive to all areas of society”.

    But he also says politics is about finding the “right balance”, explaining that “conversation cannot go on endlessly” in politics – and at some point, a team has got to act decisively.



    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Raab is clearly a very calm and polite man. I’d have told the smug KC to stick his question up his arse.


  49. Richard Pinder says:

    The source of BBC Malinformation is revealed as the Governments Counter Disinformation Unit, rebranded as the National Socialist Online Indoctrination Team (NSOIT). In conjunction with the BBC and the British Army’s 77th Brigade, Sunwack will use NSOIT to indoctrinate Tories to support loony left-wing causes and label Tory voters right-wing if they do not support Labour party policies. NSOIT will also support Government lies, disinformation, misinformation and malinformation, by censoring the truth Online, by calling the truth disinformation, misinformation and malinformation. NSOIT will clamp down on critics of the Tory Government such as Lockdown critics, Net Zero critics, Atmospheric Physicist, Cardiologists, the mRNA jab injured and anyone who talks about Trump, Kennedy, Ivermectin and Excess Deaths.