Start the Week 11 December 2023

The BBC tried to block the release of emails by their corrupt reporter – bashir and the BBC management . A court has now criticised the BBC – ordered their release and awarded costs .But perhaps the BBC will continue to try and block damaging emails – using taxpayers’money.

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269 Responses to Start the Week 11 December 2023

  1. Deborah says:


    I have just read on the DM website that Annabel Croft is out of Strictly. Was I right when I suggested that her frock and the music they gave her to dance to was a good predictor that she would be leaving? I understand it leaves the possibility of two men being the winners.

    I don’t watch the jungle and the DM hasn’t said yet if Nigel is still there. I know he is one of the last 3 but no idea if they all get a night off.


    • Sluff says:

      Spot on Deborah.
      Annabelle was pure class in her gracious and magnanimous exit.
      What a shame she, a retired tennis player with no dancing experience, was beaten by a gay man who, even according to his Strictly bio, is …..errrr……. already a dancer by profession!!!!!!

      The lengths the BBC go to in order to keep their Stonewall chums happy.


  2. Deborah says:

    So Nigel is out. I think I wanted him to win….but I am not sure why.


  3. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Because the Lefty meltdown would have been more fun to watch than anything on TV


  4. taffman says:

    Why do I get the feeling that the BBC is biased in favour of Hamas in the current conflict ?
    Do Conservative MPs and readers of this site get the same feeling -What say you ?
    Over to you maxinconey ………………….


  5. BRISSLES says:

    In most walks of life “transparency ” is a buzz word to show lack of bias, and yet there is anything but transparency when it comes to public voting on the TV. Little wonder there are cries of “fix” on the likes of Strictly and I’m a Celeb, when voting results aren’t published, which allows the TV companies to pick their chosen winner at will.


  6. Sluff says:

    Not BBC. But no less sick-inducing.
    ITV. A ‘comedy’ panel show. ‘Sorry I didn’t know’
    Comedy? FFS.

    Presenter. Black
    Team 1. Captain. Black. Team member. Black. Team Member fat female Muslim.
    Team 2. Captain, Black. Team Member. Black. Team member White!!!! But also deliberately affected gay. Example of his humour, ‘this place ( a pub) is the first place I got fingered’. Hilarious.

    The ‘humour’ is all pro-black, pro-gay, pro-Muslim. And deliberately so. Pure undiluted two fingers up to the viewers. Absolutely dire for the majority of the population.

    This one you really cannot make it up.


    • taffman says:

      Its all about “Virtue Signalling” by “Gen Z” lefties and encouraged by woke younis and the BBC.


    • TrickCyclist says:

      Episode desription from
      “Axel Blake, Josh Jones, Fatiha El-Ghorri and Slim join host Jimmy Akingbola and team leaders Chizzy Akudolu and Eddie Kadi to take viewers on a tour of Black British history.”
      Four series since 2020 following a pilot in 2016. On IMDb it has a rating of 5.3 and has attracted a total of seven reviews, one of which is a duplicate. No-one has reviewed it for two years.
      Sounds like a roaring success, for what possible reason could ITV still be commissioning it?


    • StewGreen says:

      That ITV black quiz show has been running a couple of years now, late at night.
      Season 4 started on Sunday 19 November
      season 1 was in October 2020
      The pilot was in 2016


      • Sluff says:

        I regard it as a huge plus that I had never heard of this appalling show before.
        It makes me feel like the little boy in ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’. I didn’t know what the TV station wanted me to think and how I was supposed to react so I just said what I saw.


  7. tomo says:

    Looks like there might be mileage in an Irish political sitcom along the lines of “Taoiseach Ted” ?

    Mustn’t judge a book by it’s cover…


  8. StewGreen says:

    “Bailed” is trending cos of an alleged rape inside a shop in Donny
    … The police thought bail was appropriate
    Tonight a crowd gathered outside the shop
    The police shout “misinformation”

    The Premier Top Shop in Marshland Road, Moorends was sealed off in the early hours of Friday after a woman in her 30s reported being raped.

    Officers were called at 1.30am on Friday, with a cordon in place.

    A South Yorkshire Police spokesman said: “Three men, aged 49, 24 and 34, were arrested on suspicion of rape and have since been bailed while enquiries continue.”

    People say Facebook was full of warnings, of course FB posts can be faked
    thread :


  9. tomo says:

    The climate squirrels will be rushing all over the BBC world this coming week?


  10. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      A bloke in a wig is a bloke in a wig . I heard this creature use the words gas lighting and dog whilsting – the language of lies …can’t blame him for trying it on though …


      • Thoughtful says:

        Funny though because the fatter men and women get the closer they appear to be the same gender, sometimes down to the beard too !


  11. micknotmike says:

    “ring ring”
    “Hello getty images”
    “Oh hi, bbc here, could you send a couple of dozen photos of wailing toothless hags and bewildered children please? Middle eastern appearance if you catch my drift. We need them for the israeli/Palestinian coverage.”
    “Will do, any similar requirements with Jewish subjects?”
    “No, we won’t be needing anything like that. If any Israelis are suffering we won’t be reporting it.”
    ” Thank you, your bias is important to us”
    “Click, hangs up”.


  12. Fedup2 says:

    The bbc has decided it wants even more afgees imported from afgee because they fought for their own country – back then those afgees who saw the Uk as a soft touch appear to be right . Retired military here want their pals imported . Maybe they should pay for them …. No one ever asks who should pick up the tab – afgee was a US war with the UK as useful idiot – let them go to the US ….

    It seems 24000 ‘special cases ‘ have been imported to the UK already …. Always special cases …


    • Sluff says:

      What was the ratio of interpreters to soldiers?
      One to one, FFS?


      • Guest Who says:

        Betrayal! Sorry, that ‘betrayal’.

        Moaning Emole:

        Afghan troops ‘betrayed’ by UK

        This could be a defining week for Rishi Sunak – our political editor Chris Mason explains why. We look at Afghan soldiers’ claims that they’ve been betrayed by the UK and we’re undercover at a church claiming to cast out evil spirits.

        Plus further BBC redefining by the Mason Line.

        Out, foul beasts!


  13. Scroblene says:

    Do you think that Juggers signing the petition to stop the Rwanda fiasco might be an own goal?

    If Sunka gets – er – sunk on Tuesday, there will be mayhem and much gnashing of teeth, and then in walks Boris, full of his clog, and ready to take over again!

    Juggers and his mates, (I don’t know any slebs anyway so it’s no use asking me who they are), will be the one of the voices who started all this!


  14. Fedup2 says:

    Toady 2
    Our Justin on form today – some half wit doctor claiming Blighty will be at risk from nasty mosquitoes because of climate change ( yawn ) many will die – our Justin hits her with – yeah but people here die of cold – so if it’s not so cold less people will die .
    The airhead doctor didn’t really have an answer – poor girl . Fear fear fear ….


  15. andyjsnape says:

    UK earmarks £700m for small boat arrivals until 2030

    Yes folks, £700m of our money!

    Send them back


    • Fedup2 says:

      Sink the boats

      Poor meesh – today has not been able to get through to its daily Hamas Palestinian Muslims to bitch about the IDF and getting on with flattening Gaza .
      Pictures of schools and hospitals being search and weapons found don’t feature much in BBC news .. no surprise …

      Maybe the bbc will get one of those Hamas supporting UN Aussie fools to gripe as usual ….


      • MarkyMark says:

        1 sniper! 1 deflated dinghy! 1 less problem.


        • G says:


          Cost in material terms? Shame, I can’t be bothered to sift through the pro’s and con’s of the technical stuff but,

          Always preferred the 7.62. In a SLR it blew a cone in its wake…..

          Is there a Parliamentary Committee who sit to evaluate Government expenditure/costs v performance?

          Assuming no VAT involved, less than a quid a round to sink a boat.

          Sounds like a bargain to me and, Rich Sunak, it will work to ‘stop the boats’ within a day or so.


          • MarkyMark says:

            Shhh – Rishi says he’s waiting for the Gods to provide bad weather.
            HA HA HA HA HA!


            • G says:


              For that to happen, he’s changed religion to the one where a certain prophet has to instruct the Sun to rise daily………………


    • moggiemoo says:

      They may earmark £700m but they’ll spend £7bn.


      • MarkyMark says:

        In 2013, HS2 was estimated to cost £37.5 billion in 2009 prices but the sums have continued to spiral. A budget of £55.7 billion for the whole of HS2 was set in 2015 but some reports suggest costs have now surpassed £100 billion, having been driven up by recent inflation rises. What were the original plans?24 Sept 2023


    • digg says:

      If they used the £700m to buy air tickets to send the invaders back where they came from it would be better value for money!


  16. Sluff says:

    Apologies if covered before but delighted to see that a judge has ordered the BBC to release hundreds of emails on the topic of the Martin Bashir case.
    According to the D Mail, the BBC has spent £100,000 of licence fee payers money in legal fees fighting the release.

    I wonder what they have got to hide?


  17. AsISeeIt says:

    Killer mozzie takeover edition – for clarification that’s mozzie with an ‘o’

    One picks up the national dailies to peruse the frontpages with a heavy heart. Coming at it from either left or right the old-style broadsheets, such as they are, tell a familiar tale of the disconnect between what people on the one hand – and in contrast what the politicians on the other desire – but the headlines hint – just perhaps – at some fast approaching reckoning: Rival Tory tribes threaten Sunak authority over Rwanda scheme (Guardian); PM under pressure to amend Rwanda plans (Telegraph)

    Our BBC of course has long since dropped any pretence at its former British broadsheet seriousness, to become instead some global-focused box-ticking dumbed-down activist campaign megaphone – nine times out of ten it prefers to headline foreign bang-bang, preferably typically with a headscarfed brown female as victim.

    As luck would have it this morning our BBC online news page puts the Gaza away for a moment and goes with: UK earmarks £700m for small boat arrivals until 2030… according to previously unnoticed commercial plans… The invitation to businesses is the clearest public sign yet that officials are planning for the small boats to continue arriving. – our Dominic Casciani (Home and legal correspondent @BBCDomC) perhaps sensing that the nominal Tory Rishi Sunak deserves the kicking over Rwanda – particularly now even Keir Starmer is straffing the green card little manlet from the right on immigration.

    I seem to recall some years ago a Beeb reporter – I believe it was our Dom – doing a whole bit on meeting the chap who had previously attacked him in a street robbery. Lots of emphathy and talk of rehabilitation. Our Dom prefered to obscure the mugger’s identity somewhat. Mr AsI’s ire was piqued by the article’s illustration of white hands in handcuffs (thank you Getty Images). A modicum of research in other news sources revealed the man was, infact, as black as your hat (as we like to say).

    The Google machine seems to have expunged the tale.

    Our Dom does has some form in this respect – he’s got a little previous as they used to say: Why did BBC reporter Dominic Casciani ‘downplay’ Tory MP murder suspect’s reported Somali origins? Asked if him being of Somali origin was significant, Casciani replied: ‘Erm, no’ (Daily Mail, October 2021)

    Our Dom is – in mitagation – working under BBC house rules and within its office culture.

    To lighten the mood somewhat one turns to the very bottom of the pile in the BBC daily press line-up to find in stone-bonk-last position the jokey blokey Daily Star (masthead motto: Proud to love animals). Whereupon one alights on the frontpage teaser: Killer mozzie takeover

    Naturally, the BBC is on it like a car bonnet: Mosquito-borne disease risk looms for UK – study – filing this ‘study’ not under wildlife or nature… or studies... or even and finally – but instead (you guessed it) under Climate

    The report, involving 90 experts, pulls together the “substantial and growing” evidence of the current effects of climate change on our health… Steep cuts to greenhouse gas emissions could avert some of the worst consequences, it adds… It also makes projections based on what it says is a “plausible worst-case scenario” that could happen if international commitments to tackle climate change are not properly kept. (BBC)

    Note to the BBC: When the agitprop propaganda becomes too obvious it don’t work anymore.

    Put a sock in it, Lineker! – demands this morning’s Daily Mail specifically on the Rwanda issue but appropriately enough as a general plea to our BBC.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Buy fly spray futures – it seems the mozzies might arrive around 2100 – 9pm to you – all those making the prediction may well be dead by then …. Fear fear fear …. It reminds me of all those predictions that there will be no icy poles by 1990 2000 2010 yeah yeah yeah ….


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      The reporting of malaria in connection with alleged man-made global warming relies on the popular misconception that mosquitoes only thrive in warm climates. In reality, mosquitoes are spread globally and malaria is encountered even in polar regions. Some of the worse outbreaks were in Siberia in the early 20th Century. The disease was endemic in Finland during the 19th Century (e.g. see The last outbreak in Britain was between 1917-1921. Prior to that, malaria was not uncommon in Britain, particularly in areas of Yorkshire, Lancashire, Somerset, Essex, Sussex and Kent. The disease was spread by the Anopheles atroparvus mosquito, which is actually native to these islands.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “UK earmarks £700m for small boat arrivals until 2030… according to previously unnoticed commercial plans… The invitation to businesses is the clearest public sign yet that officials are planning for the small boats to continue arriving. ”


      Britain spends £500,000 a year to keep Channel migrants’ boats piled up in a car park in case the ‘owner’ comes forward to claim them – and now plans to build a £2MILLION processing facility in Dover


      • taffman says:

        “The Home Office has earmarked at least £700m to manage the arrival of migrants on small boats until 2030, according to previously unnoticed commercial plans.”
        Operative word “at least”.
        Tory voters & supporters please note , we are being invaded and we are paying for it !
        People in Great Britain are suffering while the government just sits on its hands .
        Put the invaders on a train back to France via the Channel Tunnel. Simples .


  18. Zephir says:

    Cease fire my arse….

    “Hamas vows to carry out ‘worse and greater’ terror attacks on Israeli civilians in chilling new threat after warning hostages will be executed unless their demands are met”


    • MarkyMark says:

      Hamas are our friends still? (c) Corbyn

      “Hamas vows to carry out ‘worse and greater’ terror attacks on Israeli civilians in chilling new threat after warning hostages will be executed unless their demands are met”


  19. tomo says:

    If the winter turns really cold we’ll be regaled with southern hemisphere weather all winter?


  20. Fedup2 says:

    Last toady

    The Hamas spokesman – currently attached to the bbc – mr bowen – did a royal visit to hebron to tell us terrible it is to be Palestinian and how nasty the Israelis are – they even have guard posts and search people ( swines ) – no mention by him of what happens when the guard posts are destroyed – rape and murder …
    BTW – the bbc has been forced to finally mention the sexual violence delivered by the freedom fighters of Islamic Hamas on 7 October .
    Bit strange really since the bbc is fueled by man hate – but perhaps some men are more approved by others … I was waiting for bowen to describe it as ‘fun and frolics ‘ or just plain ‘made up ‘…


    • Zephir says:

      Were the rapes decriped by the bbc as “mostly peaceful” ?

      Not too many breasts cut off and genitals mutilated…


      • Terminal Moraine says:

        More image bias on the home page today —

        Gaza: misery and trauma day after day

        Israel: looking good, being a hostage is a bit like having a weekend break in a Travelodge



  21. tomo says:

    More victim porn

    This time from south of the equator

    “New Zealand smoking ban: Māori mourn loss of hard-won smoking reform”

    Yeah, sure they do… dead grannies ‘n all.


  22. Fedup2 says:

    We have hit the ‘in time for Christmas ‘ themes – lost jobs – lost homes – no this – no that by Christmas …. Which I think is curious .
    The bbc is godless – apart for its ‘ uncritical support of Islam – yet it still has a ‘thing ‘ for Christmas …. When so many who support it don’t give a damn for Jesus Christ – or religion – particulary Judeo Christianity….


  23. BRISSLES says:

    Give it time before the BBC will ditch the word Christmas, and call it “the Holidays’ like the Americans do.


  24. Doobster78 says:

    BBC Headline – Argentina’s new far-right president has vowed to deliver economic “shock treatment” in his first speech after formally taking office.

    Was in the car yesterday and Radio 2 was on, the headlines on the hour arrived …. the BBC told its listeners that the new Far Right President of Argentina had been sworn in etc etc and then right at the end of the piece about the new Democratically elected leader they told us that Argentina was facing its worst financial crisis for decades.

    Now he has only been in post a few hours and already the BBC were trying to link the terrible finances of the country to him.

    They are little sh&ts …. they really are something else.


  25. vlad says:

    May I suggest we stop playing the BBC game of describing conservative parties, groups and individuals as ‘Far-Right’ or even ‘right wing’.

    Those are very loaded terms, redolent of Nazi Germany or tinpot South American dictatorships.

    In using them we have already handed over an advantage to the leftists at the BBC and elsewhere.

    Instead we should call them traditional, traditionalist, patriotic, conservative, robustly conservative, or sensible conservative.

    It’s a small point but the culture war starts with language.


  26. Fedup2 says:

    Vlad – I totally agree – and I really try to stick with Far Left – every one who is not Far left – is ‘unapproved ‘ – in BBC terms …
    It’s a bit like that ‘slag ‘ word ‘populism ‘ which equally fails to be precise enough to mean anything ….apart from being ‘unapproved ‘ by our betters – such as the BBC …


    • vlad says:

      Yes, ‘populist’ is another word that has acquired pejorative connotations, particularly when used sneeringly by beeboids.

      Perhaps we should call such parties ‘popular’ instead?


      • Scroblene says:

        How about a term for ‘Normal’ citizens?

        I reckon that between 80% and 90% of all indigenous British citzens are classed as Normal, that is, if they can be arsed to be classified by a non-representative snotty bunch of arch left-wingers , who hate private equity, loathe personal achievement in private business and generally try all-out to destabilise the efforts of everyone who doesn’t work in the public sector.

        The Tories used to support these Normal people, but not any more, so they’re off next year to sit back and watch the huge disarray the our country will face under Starmer and his low-IQ bunch of starry-eyed lefties!

        The BBC, of course, don’t understand ‘Normal’. They have to rummage around in every alternative issue which is against the large majority of citizens who rate them as a waste of time. The more Normal people who decide to give up paying for all their rubbish programmes and ‘news’ will rise incredibly fast next year, which is bad news for Starmer, but there again, it’s his party’s fault, so sod him!


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Covid inquiry / whitewash

    The game has kicked off with Rishi v the KC – rushi scored an early goal by explaining why there not be any loose emails / watsapps because he changes phone a lot … and no one suggested he kept stuff for an inquiry …. There was no need for VAR – it was a clear shot and the goalie / inquiry stood no chance ….
    I bet a lot of records headed south – whereas fools like nut nut was too stupid or lazy to get rid of them

    ( naturally none of this means anything )


  28. BigBrotherCorporation says:

    “Everyone I don’t like is, literally, Far Right”


  29. Eddy Booth says:

    Some chav women with her two XL bully dogs on Stratford station, a random man trying to catch the dog,
    feathers flying?


    • Eddy Booth says:

      Random photo of typical owners 1700689298046355-1.png


    • StewGreen says:

      It’s NOT an attack .. don’t take headlines at facevalue ,
      the dog snapped at the guy’s jacket .. the guy walked away.

      Tweets say he offered to hold one dog while she fixed the harness on the other.
      He stupidly walked away from the owner, the dog was confused.
      The guy doesn’t seem to know how to handle dogs, so he loses control.


  30. Terminal Moraine says:

    Time reports on the Sudan crisis:

    “Some 10,000 people have since been killed, almost certainly a vast undercount. With at least 6 million people already driven from their homes, Sudan has the world’s largest displaced population […] the RSF and allied Arab militias have been accused of ethnically motivated killings against the Massalit and other non-Arab communities; indiscriminate and deliberate attacks against civilians; and widespread sexual violence and rape.”

    Any comment from Sir Gary? It should have all the ingredients for liberal outrage but oddly the UK media don’t care and the luvvies must not have got that memo.

    It’s not even on the BBC World News page.


  31. andyjsnape says:

    Gaza surgeon: ‘It broke me, not being able to save so many innocent lives’

    bbc I hope she paid for your own expenses when trained in the UK


  32. Guest Who says:

    The BBC do like their non sequitur distraction ‘buts’.
    Hamas says not a single hostage will be allowed to leave Gaza alive unless its demands for a prisoner exchange are met. But Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says it is “the beginning of the end” for the group as dozens of militants have surrendered.

    Woah, BBC…. let’s rewind.

    First they slaughter and rape, then kidnap.

    And as you Corbyn and Hummer play Propaganda Porn games, NOW they are saying the hostages they took… kids… will not be allowed to leave alive, unless…

    Musk had a term for folk like you.


  33. digg says:

    Watching the covid inquiry on BBC there is no doubt in my mind that the main thrust is to paint Sunak as Boris Johnson’s buddy in crime.

    No surprise that the BBC are committing rolling live coverage either.

    The only reason I can see for going so hard in that direction is to try to smear Sunak by association. It’s how they brought Boris down and are now trying the same trick on Sunak.

    This is nothing more than a politically motivated witch hunt designed to take another key Conservative scalp or two.

    It says a lot about the moral code of the left, especially when they know that the presiding judge is none other than Lady Hallet.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I’m listening on the wireless – apart from the early sunak goal it’s got the look of a boring game which will feature last on match of the day .
      The KC is not of prem league quality and might make the top half of the championship ….


  34. Sluff says:

    A propos of nothing.
    Who exactly are the f******s who stand outside the covid enquiry with pathetic slogans and banners that bear no rationale or scrutiny at all ?
    Are they really family members of those who dies, and thus have a serious grudge?
    Or are they members of the Socialist Workers Party on their day off from Palestinian demos?

    Surely the BBC ‘investigative journalists’ could advise?


  35. tomo says:

    “they” really are trying to trigger a revolt, – aren’t they?


  36. andyjsnape says:

    US Catholic priest dies after attack in Nebraska church

    White priest, killed by black man – surely racist? oww no, black priest, killed by white man would be, sorry my mistake


  37. tomo says:

    well, well…. that’s going to throw a curved ball right into the newsdesks at the BBC and the other cheek of the arse

    but, but… he’s a far right planet destroying denier… (I’m thinking ace troll!)

    bzzzzz… static ….


  38. atlas_shrugged says:

    Katie Hopkins gets herself a ‘prick loyalty card’:


  39. StewGreen says:

    Today’s Times article about Drax Subsidies being extended past 2027 being snuck in under the end of parliament session.
    “According to estimates by the think tank Ember, if the subsidies continue to 2035,
    Drax’s shareholders will have received in total almost £23 billion since the boondoggle began in 2012.”


    • Philip_2 says:

      Interesting that the New Statesman, a left leaning publication has highlighted for it trade union readers that the UK trading partners are all burning Coal to keep industry and trade as you can see here there is a graph showing that the UK is crippling itself as ALL WE BUY (China mainly) is made using Coal powered electricity generators (like DRAX). Its all smoke and mirrors.

      Exclusive New Statesman analysis of climate and trade data exposes how much the UK’s net-zero agenda depends on cheap foreign coal power, particularly from China.

      China’s power grid is particularly carbon-intensive, with coal-fired power plants running 60 per cent of its grid. The UK has capitalised on cheap imports made using low-cost Chinese coal power, with imports from China to the UK more than doubling in value over the past decade.

      For its part, China has positioned itself as a leader in the production of clean technologies such as batteries and solar panels (80 per cent of the global supply of which is manufactured in China). These too are made using cheap coal-fired electricity, which helps China to undercut other countries. China is also trying to dominate the extraction and processing of minerals key to the energy transition. It is responsible for 60 per cent of global production of rare earth elements, which are crucial for low-carbon technologies.

      What the BBC hope to achieve by crippling our industries is ‘political climate change’ i.e. worker revolution when they are all unemployed. The BBC hopes to martial its cultural revolution. We know what the BBC think of the ‘lower classes’ and people that actually ‘work’ for a living. The Champagne socialists will then claim to have ‘saved’ the planet (again).


  40. JohnC says:

    What are Panorama investigating now did I hear you ask ?.

    Something relevant to the lives of the silent majority such as the mass anti-white racism and sexism we are bombarded with from the likes of the BBC ?.

    UCKG: Church pastor tells boy ‘evil spirit’ hides in him

    I think Christianity is being added to the list of things they hate. I’me quite certain they could find MUCH worse from our Muslim friends if they had a mind to look.

    ‘A Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG) pastor was seen reciting what looked like so-called “strong prayers” to rid the boy of a demon.’
    ‘BBC Panorama was also told by a gay ex-member he was given “strong prayers” at 13 to try to make him straight.’

    And just look at the startling revelations this license-fee payers money has resulted in:

    A BBC Panorama investigation has found:
    ‘The church tells its congregations it can help with mental health conditions by casting out evil spirits’
    ‘The leader of the church in the UK describes epilepsy as a “spiritual problem”‘

    What a complete and utter waste of money these kidult idiots are. They seem intent on destroying the fabric of white civilisation.
    Let’s look at what CC (clueless clone) wrote this:

    How do we rid ourselves of these parasites ?.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Voodoo: A misunderstood religion

      The ancient religious cult of voodoo has more than 30 million followers around the world. It’s a thriving presence in parts of West Africa, where it originated. With its many deities and traditions of animal sacrifice, it is, according to followers, one of the most misunderstood religions in the world. In the last of our series on changing Africa, Pumza Fihlani has been investigating how this form of religious belief from the small West African country of Benin continues to thrive.


  41. Lucy Pevensey says:


  42. tomo says:

    I’m really fed up with seeing the phrase when it’s usually deployed by the BBC and Guardian for nefarious purpose to push an agenda in the absence of evidence…

    A lot of it about…


  43. taffman says:

    A reminder of that pledge made eight years go by the ‘Consocalists’…………
    “Prime Minister pledges to control and reduce immigration”
    Their end is nigh – time for a general election?


  44. Lucy Pevensey says:


  45. tomo says:


  46. Fedup2 says:

    5 live
    I don’t listen to 5 live apart from the footy – the commentaries getting worse – any way I’m listening to sunak at the covid inquiry …
    It really is one long ‘gotcha ‘ and I m not sure what value oral evidence adds to whatever has been submitted in statement form …..
    BTW – 5 live news leads with the fact that sunak apologised for what the government did . I’m not sure an apology was needed – nor that 5 live should lead with it .

    I realise that in our soppy times the BBC default is always to require an ‘apology ‘ whether it’s valid or not …..

    Going into the chronology of the covid fight – with the benefit of hindsite …what value ?

    And 5 live promised uninterrupted coverage – but the lefty keeps diving in and throwing poison at sunak – I’ve not heard him before – I think he is the one who doesn’t like white people – he just throws in poison – interrupting during what might be key stuff in amongst the attempted gotchas … very poor …

    ..but to be expected .

    The next virus will be different – but the panic will be the same –
    One thing though – the footage from Italy of an overwhelmed hospital really did set off a panic – whether it was over the top or not ….


  47. Fedup2 says:

    Covid whitewash update

    The KC tried a gotcha – he claimed that when the crap Man U puppet Rashford demanded free ( tax funded ) food for kiddies – someone at a meeting – according to comrade valance – said the government shouldn’t fund freeloading parents ….. ( I’d agree ) – obviously sunak completely denied it ……

    … it’s coming to the end so I guess the KC will try more ….

    .. the chair lady strikes me as having the Sue gray role – before getting a job the the Labour Party ….


  48. Up2snuff says:

    The big question: is Director-General of the BBC, Tim Davie, in control of the Corporation?

    The next big question: will the D-G sack Gary Lineker?

    The next big question: will the BBC Licence Fee be put at risk by Gary Lineker?

    Hopefully someone will stoke the rage among Conservative back benchers to the point where the PM, Rishi Sunak, has to do something to control the out-of-control BBC. Scrapping the TellyTax would be a good way to go; sacking the D-G or Lineker would be a half measure, in my view.