Weekend 16th March 2024

Are you an extremist for wanting to change or end the BBC and its’ licence ? Does it make you ‘far right ‘ for wanting the BBC to stop pushing its ‘ Far Left anti British agenda ?

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223 Responses to Weekend 16th March 2024

  1. Zephir says:

    I don’t know what Esther’s problem is with this assisted dying lark.

    All she has to do is post some hurty words on the interweb, preferably anti islamic, then when the door comes crashing in just shout “I’ve got a gun”.

    Job done, tens of thousands of pounds saved and some compo for the kids, win win.


  2. Sluff says:

    Not really BBC. Well, maybe a little. Think Justin Rowlatt.

    There is a BBC story just now that the government is asking local councils to justify Low Traffic Neighbourhoods more carefully. These consist of local councils closing off residential roads to through traffic to ‘improve air quality’ and ‘ encourage cycling’. Hold that thought.
    In my part of Londonistan, we have had Labour Councils and Tory ones and a mix. But the thing is that local traffic policy never changes. The war on the motorist aka ordinary citizens goes on unchecked. Lower speed limits. High parking charges. Bus lanes converted from normal lanes, reducing road capacity by 50%, LTNs,
    It’s my contention these policies are not really developed by local politicians. Many of these have jobs and being a councillor is a sort of part time hobby. Winning an election is an end in itself. Then they go AWOL. So the council traffic officials, who are essentially anti-car eco-fanatics, drum up hundred page reports which they know the councillors won’t read but they go through on the nod. The officials will cite legislation requiring councils to improve road safety. Then the councillors have to support them, otherwise their failure to engage will become apparent. The embarrassment would be too much.
    And thus ordinary citizens are systematically emasculated. They can’t get around their own towns. They can’t park, or take their children anywhere or see their families without enduring huge council-created traffic jams.
    You know it. I know it. An open goal for a sensible government. Which we don’t have.


    • atlas_shrugged says:


      A brilliant post. I would go further to suggest that the council officials are not just anti-car but anti-travel and this might be because they have sociopathic tendencies and feel the need to control and increase their own power. It is never traffic-calming but traffic-infuriation.

      So the cover story for installing speed-humps may be to reduce speed and increase road-safety, but the actual reason is that it wastes fuel and increases journey time. Wasting fuel is seen as good because 80% is taxed, increasing journey time is seen as good because then ‘something must be done about it’.

      When Wales introduced the 20mph zones almost immediately some young lads driving an audi managed to kill themselves.


    • pugnazious says:

      They introduce stuff nearly on a whim, because it sounds good and worthy regardless that a little thought would tell them it’s entirely impractical and unnecessary. They’ve put in a cycle path, lol..motorway, in a small suburb area near me….two years and ongoing….must have cost millions, causes massive traffic delays and…..barely a soul on it.

      Naturally no public input and no accountability for the decision-makers.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Sluff – there is unlikely to be a sensible government without a revolution – and the population is being changed so quickly that such a thing becomes impossible …. I feel sorry for the kids who are going to have to suffer it – but their life expectancy Msybd be reducing …

      I spend more time outside the Uk now because it’s not my country any more …


    • Rob in Cheshire says:


      You are right. “Policy” is not made by elected councillors, but by officials. They are the people who really rule the roost.


  3. Zephir says:

    Or, if Esther wants it quicker, just walk along Bury Park Road, Luton with a Union flag T shirt and rainbow hat.


  4. Zephir says:


    • StewGreen says:

      That’s quite an old video of TR in his car during the filming of a documentary,
      suddenly Islam preacher Alamgir comes over, leans into the car and ends up slapping Tommy across the face:
      “Robinson didn’t let that slide. The following year he and his EDL friends ambushed Alamgir and beat him up”

      Detailed in the blog by a Sikh guy
      .. https://medium.com/@G_S_Bhogal/the-hate-factory-part-3-edf57868e7ab


    • vlad says:

      Shoulda sued the guy in the nightdress for assault.
      Except he’d have lost – they’re untouchable and they know it.


  5. Non Snowflake says:


    Earlier this weekend there was a protest in London about someone insulting Diane Abbott in a private conversation. You look at these protestors and wonder how stupid, ignorant and one-sided they can be.

    Where were these “anti-racism” people when Abbott made her racists comments about Jews, redheads, white mayors, white men……etc…..etc.

    And just look at some of the placards that these retards are holding. They’re all laughable, but there’s one that says “No to Islamophobia and Antisemitism”. Which basically means “yes” to Islam and “no” to Islam then. On one placard. Which really sums up the stupidity and wilful ignorance of these people.

    BTW take a look at the comments on the AOL site. Pretty much every one is sensible and calls out this ridiculous charade for what it really is.

    And not much on the bBBC yet, although if they do get around to reporting it you can guarantee it won’t be open for comments.


    • Zephir says:

      Whats the collective term for a bunch of beardy wierdies ?

      A bristle ?

      And purple haired sex starved wrinkled old wimmin desperate for some illegal immigrants to shag on the promise of a marriage visa ?

      A Cackle ?


  6. pugnazious says:

    The BBC has long been part of the trans-grooming lobby that works to poison very young children’s minds against themselves…working on very vulnerable and suggestible kids in order to influence, induce, seduce, them into believing there is something wrong with themselves and that they are not the gender that they actually are…the BBC telling them the can be any of over 100 ‘genders’.
    The BBC and fellow travellers know that it only takes a couple of kids to fall for the lines and then others will feel pressured into dong so as well…wanting not to miss out or be part of a group…naturally having no idea of what is happening or what this means and will entail fior their future….no understanding of the enormous damage that is being done to them.

    It’s child abuse on an industrial scale being carried out in schools, the NHS and in our media…with so many people afraid to speak out because they will be vilified as ‘transphobic’ and the BBC will happily condemn them as they have with JK Rowling whose wealth and position helps protect her from the worst but if you’re not in her position? You’re toast.

    And note the BBC’s trans reporters on the website have censored the fact that LIz Truss was campaigning to stop puberty blocker drugs being prescribed by private clinics. When the NHS stopped prescribing them these reporters forgot to mention private clinics still issued them and that Truss had a bill in Parliament to stop this…the bill was blocked by Labour..and still no report on the BBC….why?

    ‘I’m[Truss] furious that Labour MPs have filibustered in Parliament today to prevent debate of my Private Member’s Bill. Concerned parents will want to know why Labour don’t even want to discuss how to protect children and single sex spaces, let alone put those protections into law. Labour care more about ideology than the protection of children.’

    Still, we’ve got the Bracknell News to tell us the news…

    ‘Liz Truss bid to reform transgender law runs out of time after MPs’ filibuster’

    Shame our national broadcaster can’t manage to bring us news it disagrees with or hates.

    The BBC is the most toxic, dangerous organisation in Britain.


  7. Zephir says:

    Muslim bbc at it again:

    “BBC plunged into new bias row after journalists behind damning report accusing Israeli soldiers of beating and humiliating medics ‘like’ videos celebrating Hamas terror attacks

    BBC Arabic reporters Soha Ibrahim and Marie-Jose Al Azzi credited with story
    Ms Al Azzi described Israel as a ‘terrorist apartheid state’ in a post from 2018 ”



    • Guest Who says:

      BBC journalists ‘like’ videos celebrating Hamas terror attacks

      Clearly hired for their vast journalistic experience.


    • pugnazious says:

      Zeph….yep….it was always hugely suspect….where did the BBC get its info from…its ‘research’? Lol. Can only be from locals on the ground…the whole report was very suspect given that despite the BBC claiming it had spent weeks ‘verfiying’ its story it had no proof at all for the claims it made. Add to that the Hamas provided casualty figures are always open to question…just not by the BBC which pronounces them as if on tablets of stone.

      The Telegraph notes….hardly a ‘propaganda coup’ though as the BBC was always a willing participant in the lie….if Hamas hadn’t provided the figures the BBC would have managed to convey the perception that war crimes, ethnic cleansing and mass murder were being committed anyway [Jeremy Bowen’s favourite opening lines in his reports in fact]….

      ‘This could be the devastating proof that Hamas is faking its death figures’

      ‘A new analysis of the group’s casualty statistics indicates that the rag-tag terror army may have pulled off one of the biggest propaganda coups of modern times. The figures, repeated by everyone from the White House to the BBC, are freighted with familiarity: 30,000 dead in Gaza, 70 per cent of whom are women and children. Yet it now seems overwhelmingly likely that these statistics are fabricated.

      Professor Abraham Wyner, a data scientist at the University of Pennsylvania, has conducted a thorough analysis. He found that Hamas’s official civilian death toll was statistically impossible….the number of women and children killed was likely grossly exaggerated. If that is the case – if, as Prof Wyner suggests, “the casualties are not overwhelmingly women and children, and the majority may be Hamas fighters” – where does that leave western outrage? Has the West fallen victim to a monstrous con?

      It’s not that there is a lack of journalistic curiosity in large parts of the media. It’s just that, when it comes to Israel, facts are subordinated to assumptions. In February, BBC Verify quoted a World Health Organisation official: The [Hamas] ministry has “‘good capacity in data collection’ and its previous reporting has been credible and ‘well developed’”. This was the same WHO that had singled out Israel for condemnation at an international assembly largely devoted to Covid. And this was the same BBC Verify that had partly based a story on an eyewitness who had reportedly worked for an Iranian state news outlet and celebrated the deaths of Jews on social media.

      It is time for us to say: J’Accuse. Just as Emile Zola laid the charge of anti-Semitism at the feet of the French establishment during the Dreyfus Affair in 1898, we must do so to the international establishment today.’



  8. Zephir says:

    Earlier this month Ms Ibrahim liked a video on X of Palestine Action activists slashing an oil painting of former British prime minister Arthur Balfour, who helped pave the way for the creation of Israel. On the day of the Hamas attacks on October 7, she ‘liked’ videos of people in Lebanon and Tunisia chanting, dancing and waving Palestinian flags in the street in apparent celebration.

    London-based Ms Ibrahim, who has worked for the BBC for 12 years, also liked another post on X on October 7 which celebrated ‘the first of the martyrs of the operation’. The tweet featured a picture of an Egyptian man who was killed after shooting dead three Israeli soldiers last June.

    Last October the corporation said it was investigating six BBC Arabic staff over allegations the journalists had justified the killing of Israeli civilians by Hamas on their social media accounts. Four of those staff appear to have returned to reporting duties, a BBC insider told the Mail.

    The accounts were first uncovered by anti-Semitism researcher David Collier and investigated by the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis, a media monitoring group.

    The BBC report quoted three Palestinian doctors who said they were beaten, doused with cold water and made to kneel for hours by Israeli troops following a military raid on the Nasser hospital last month. The IDF denied the claims.

    Last night a BBC spokesman said it takes ‘allegations of breaches of our social media guidance very seriously’. The Mail approached Mr Al Khatib for comment, but he referred our reporter to the BBC press office.


  9. StewGreen says:

    @Zephir, David Collier’s long thread today is a detailed dissection
    of how BBC Verify used 6 anti-Israel activists for it’s Fact Check

    It’s summary
    “That is it.
    Three Arabic journalists who support terrorism / hate Jews
    and three Gazans who support terrorists / hate Jews.
    These are the people the BBC rely on to create the BBC Verify reports.

    This is how the lies go mainstream and antisemitism spreads.”


  10. Zephir says:

    Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis


    ‘The Latest’? AP’s Fealty Vs. Footdragging Reporting Fatality Stats from Hamas, Israel

    Practically on a daily basis, the Associated Press recounts the Palestinian death toll supplied by Hamas’ Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip. Just about every day, the venerated wire service recounts with muezzin-like regularity Hamas’ latest figures for Palestinian casaulties, frequently extolling the designated terror organization either for its purported “detailed casualty records” or for its consistency with third party data.

    For instance, on March 7, AP reported:

    Gaza’s Health Ministry said Wednesday the Palestinian death toll from the war climbed to 30,717. The ministry is part of the Hamas-run government and maintains detailed casualty records. It does not differentiate between civilians and combatants in its tallies but says women and children make up around two-thirds of those killed.

    March 9, the news agency updated:

    Gaza’s Health Ministry says at least 30,878 Palestinians have been killed. It does not differentiate between civilians and combatants in its tallies but says women and children make up two-thirds of those killed. The ministry, which is part of the Hamas-run government, maintains detailed records and its casualty figures from previous wars have largely matched those of the U.N. and independent experts.

    Coverage the following day (yesterday) read:

    The Health Ministry in Gaza said that at least 31,045 Palestinians have been killed since the war began. The ministry doesn’t differentiate between civilians and combatants in its count, but says that women and children make up two-thirds of the dead. The ministry is part of the Hamas-run government, and its figures from previous wars have largely matched those of U.N. and independent experts.

    Today’s coverage so far is somewhat of a departure from the norm, because while it does reliably supply Hamas’ latest figure, it omits the usual “detailed records” and consistency with experts endorsements. (Perhaps the change is a result of this author’s post on the X platform yesterday). AP reports today:

    Gaza’s Health Ministry said that at least 31,112 Palestinians have been killed since the war began. The ministry doesn’t differentiate between civilians and combatants in its count, but says that women and children make up two-thirds of the dead.


  11. Zephir says:

    The Media Aids Hamas

    Hamas is losing on the battlefield. And its allies in the Western press are doing everything that they can to save the terrorist group. Their efforts are already bearing fruit.

    On March 7, 2024, President Joe Biden announced the construction of a “temporary pier [that] would enable a massive increase in the amount of humanitarian assistance getting into Gaza every day.” The President added: “Israel must do its part. Israel must allow more aid into Gaza and ensure that humanitarian workers aren’t caught in the crossfire.”

    Details of the plan remain vague. On March 9, 2024, the U.S. Army Vessel General Frank S. Besson, a logistics support vessel, departed Joint Base Langley-Eustis for the Eastern Mediterranean “carrying the first equipment to establish a temporary pier to deliver vital humanitarian supplies,” the U.S. Central Command noted. More than 1,000 U.S. military personnel will take part in the mission.

    Yet the day before, at a press conference, when a reporter asked Pentagon spokesman Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder if they thought Hamas would fire at U.S. troops, Ryder said: “that’s certainly a risk…but if Hamas does truly care about the Palestinian people, then again, one would hope that this international mission to deliver aid to people who need it would be able to happen unhindered.”

    But Hamas doesn’t care about the Palestinian people. Indeed, its entire strategy is to sacrifice them in the name of murdering Jews. This includes using civilian population centers, such as hospitals, schools, and playgrounds, to plot and launch attacks. But it’s also evident in the terrorist group’s strategy of hoarding aid from Gazans—a fact that has been amply documented, but often ignored by major media outlets.

    Indeed, if some Western policymakers are blaming Israel for Gazans not getting aid, they’re but regurgitating a narrative pushed by many in the press.

    Unsurprisingly, the Washington Post is foremost among them. CAMERA has documented the newspaper’s anti-Israel bias, which includes promoting blood-libels and parroting casualty statistics supplied by Hamas. The Post’s coverage of Gaza aid has been similarly lackluster.

    At seemingly every turn, the Post has downplayed or ignored Israel’s efforts to get aid to the Gaza people while simultaneously ignoring the root of the problem: Hamas. The problem with aid flowing to Gazans isn’t the Israelis. It’s not a supply problem. Rather, it’s a distribution problem. Hamas steals aid.

    Yet the Post has pretended otherwise. Take, for example, a March 1, 2024 dispatch by David Ignatius (“Food convoy carnage distills what’s gone terribly wrong in Gaza”). The Post columnist asserts that “Israel’s war aim is to destroy Hamas, but sadly, it is also destroying any vestige of orderly life in Gaza.”

    This, of course, is nonsense. Would Ignatius claim that the Islamic State presided over an “orderly” rule? That those living under its authoritarian fist had an “orderly” life? Would he blame the Allies for the conditions that Germans dealt with in the closing days of World War II? Somehow Hamas is judged by a different standard.


  12. StewGreen says:

    The pilot study has finished now
    but if I BROKE THE LAW by throwing away all my ID then entered a country illegally, should I have the same rights as everyone else ?
    Don’t I present more of a risk that an established citizen ?
    So if prisons are full, is it not right to tag me
    cos that would for one deter me from lawbreaking ?

    But activist org is bragging how it got the Home office ruler as unlawful by Information Commissioner


  13. Zephir says:

    As John Spencer, the chair of urban war studies at West Point and a combat veteran, pointed out “Israel has taken more measures to avoid needless civilian harm than virtually any other nation that’s fought an urban war.” In his Jan. 31, 2024 Newsweek Op-Ed, Spencer catalogues the extensive efforts employed by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) to limit civilian deaths, including the use of certain munitions, advance warning to evacuate urban areas, and other methods. Israel, he notes, “has taken precautionary measures even the United States did not do during its recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

    All this information is open-source and was readily available to Ignatius. He just chose to ignore it, preferring to put the onus on an American ally instead of a genocidal U.S.-designated terrorist group whose strategy is to encourage civilian casualties.

    Ignatius insists on blaming the Jewish state for issues with aid distribution in Gaza, even claiming that aid distribution was going “smoothly” until Israel started targeted Gazan police who were supposedly preventing rioting and looting from “armed gangs.” The police, he asserts, were but “affiliated” with Hamas.

    This too is inaccurate. The police are run by Hamas. They report to Hamas. Just as it was under the Islamic State. Or, for that matter, the police in Nazi Germany. This is a fact detailed in numerous studies on Hamas. It is also odd to draw sharp distinctions between terrorist groups and armed gangs. Ignatius’s claim that aid distribution was going “smoothly” is also suspect. Israeli forces have—for months—found copious aid, including fuel, food, and medical supplies, being hoarded in tunnels and headquarters used by Hamas.


  14. pugnazious says:

    Curious that with all the latest sudden ‘software glitches’, Tescos, Sainsbury, McDonalds and phone outages in the US, no-one mentions Russian interference, cyberwar. Are they coincidences or is it Russian warfare?


    • tomo says:


      don’t forget that “a state actor” was inside Microsoft for most of December 2023 and January 2024 when they were discovered……

      Microsoft online services were offline for several days while the issues were addressed and it’s NOT being talked about….


  15. Flotsam says:

    Good to know the Guardian people have a sense of humour. From their web site:

    “Do you know who hates the Guardian?
    The billionaires creating a world that’s more unequal than ever.

    The populist politicians spreading discord and misinformation.

    The fossil fuel executives watching the planet burn as their profits swell.

    The tech giants shaping a new world around us without scrutiny.

    And do you know who does like us? People who believe in a free press. People who believe that the truth should be available to everyone. And people who recognise the importance of challenging those in positions of power and influence. Does that sound like you?

    The Guardian doesn’t have an ultra-rich owner. No one tells us what to write – or what not to write. We’ll stand up to expensive legal threats to bring readers the truth. Often on stories that no one else will touch.

    You might not agree with every word we publish but, with your help we can hold the rich and powerful to account. Whether they like it or not.

    If you choose to support, it will annoy all the right people. It only takes a minute. Support open, independent journalism on a monthly basis.”


    • Fedup2 says:

      The guardian carries a long piece on the extinction of the Conservative Party – Sunaks ‘ legacy – in my view – to have been the last leader of it ….
      I really hope Farage makes a comeback with Reform – I can’t understand his reluctance – ok – he would have to give up his hobby – GB news – but a small price if he could get maybe 20 seats …. Or even destroy the blue Labour Party . Vote Reform


  16. Fedup2 says:

    If I were Russian – I don’t think those would come high on my target list – but getting to a politician might – especially bringing the plane down – but maybe too drastic at the moment ….the response to such a thing would highlight how split / weak NATO is …..
    Pity the Russians can’t end the BBC for us … am I an extremist now – 77 brigade – could you let us please ?


  17. taffman says:

    Cash is king! “Lessons to be learned” .
    Is it possible to pay your Telly Tax with cash these days ?


  18. Fedup2 says:

    So local councils are to be required to consult local people on the road closure regime so loved by lefties – greenies and cyclists … why have roads at all ?


    • tomo says:

      why have roads at all ?

      Easy to imagine several councils going for that.


      • Thoughtful says:

        Oh the rage and anger of a Tory MP! Like being savaged by a dead sheep!

        We all know how useless and incompetent they are, and we all know they are a bunch of blowhards who sound off and then never actually do anything !


      • MarkyMark says:

        Wales – vote ay 16 and drive to max of 20mph ha ha ha hahaha haha!


  19. Jeff says:

    I’m beginning to think that the poor old Beeb might be suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s…either that or schizophrenia…

    I don’t watch much on the BBC these days, but I do follow Gardeners’ World. It was the first edition of this season on Friday. I always feel that spring has sprung when GW is back on our screens. There was Monty standing in his garden with his lovely golden retrievers, but everything looked rather sodden and dispirited…well, why wouldn’t it…it’s been raining for months.

    “What a miserable winter,” Monty said, “It’s hardly stopped raining since October.” Yep, no disagreements there, mate…So far, so good.

    However, about twenty minutes into the programme another presenter was showing us a garden that was designed to cope with drought. This had been filmed sometime last summer…if you remember those two days when it wasn’t pissing down.

    “These plants are really hardy” she told us, “If there’s a severe water shortage they’ll be able to cope…” WTF? I involuntarily spat a mouthful of hot tea across the living room…I think I started swearing at the telly…I do that a lot these days…

    So, there you have it…the same programme…one presenter bemoaning the appalling wet weather…and twenty minutes later, the other planning for drought.

    They’re schizophrenic…


  20. tomo says:


  21. tomo says:

    I agree


  22. tomo says:


  23. tomo says:

    mimicking a Jack Russell terrier on amphetamines to someone who has overdosed on sleeping pills. More concerning is that there’s very little room in between those two extremes for the president. He’s either screaming through a speech or slurring to the finish line.


  24. RightSide says:

    I own an AI consultancy where we make muitl-modal plugin for LLMs.

    The last project I designed was for an OSINT company in Italy. This bassically searches the web, dark web, social media and a few other non-disclosable sources.

    So if I type in “give me the history of BiasedBBC.tv in a timeline” it produces a timeline of events in the evolution of the site. Very useful in many ways.

    Then I asked it “who owns and set it up”. And it told me the names of 3 people with cross references to their later work.

    This site was set up by extreme liberals (some who defeated from the Labour party) with Jewish funding connections. Hmm…

    OK. Don’t want to antisemitic, of course, considering I have Jewish lineage. Double check this with:

    “Give me the percentage of posts, neutral and negative comments about Jews/Isreal/Zionism/Judah”.

    And guess what:
    > 0.04% basis ratio for negative.
    > 8.2% neutral

    OK. Maybe I am being biased. Ask again:

    “OK, of those negative bias comments, how long on average does a poster remain active on the site”.

    >34 days

    (note all figures are rounded down)

    Ok. But still not enough. Next we bought in HackerAI (which isn’t as sinister as it sounds because it uses legally acceptable hacking using reCAPTCHA Javascript API that websites uses to check the history of visitor to a site to guess where they are human or not – here is a test suite https://varun.ch/history).

    Well you can guess what it said.

    I will publish the full results on another site.

    I really have no problem with your Jewish origins and support, but I think it would be more honest to be open about it and not hide the info so deeply, which in itself is suspect.


    • Guest Who says:


      I was unaware of much about the origins or owners, as it is irrelevant.

      It is a free, lightly moderated forum about the BBC, a national broadcaster that is utterly dishonest in its composition. And is shown to place compromised staff on topics that require total impartiality to deal with foes whilst censoring at every opportunity.

      So bringing faith ‘connections’ up here, or elsewhere, seems very suspect.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Rightside – that is very very interesting – I have no idea who owns this site or their motivation – I’d be very pleased if you put up more data here for regulars to review – and decide whether it’s worth further engagement with it

      I’ve mused in the past whether this site was set up by the bbc as a light to attract the moths …….
      So who owns it / set it up ?


    • StewGreen says:

      @RightSide argument depends on evidence presented
      I see a big statement with no evidence
      The “show me the bodies” rule applies.
      So far all i see in a wacky conspiracy “the Zionists control this website, people are censored”
      em, People are free to post what they want. I’d notice if posts disappeared.. they don’t .. apart from occasional persistent troll posts
      Since I have posted realistic comments about what I observed in Israel, I’m pretty sure this website does not censor .

      Other social media do seem to practice rigging
      ..eg the way some accounts seem to be siloed on Twitter .. their tweets excluded from searches and people’s timelines so they don’t get many Likes and a wider audience.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Stew – I only delete the comments I don’t like – otherwise speech is free ( I might be lying …) I would like to know who I am ‘working ‘ for and can I have back pay please ?

        I’m waiting for a certain troll to see if it resurrects itself before Holy Easter ….. 🐣


  25. Guest Who says:

    The BBC hate our country.
    Every negative story blown out of all proportion.
    Every positive story written off as meaningless.
    We should not have to pay for this partisan garbage.


  26. Zephir says:

    Come up and see me, make me smile…

    “Rock musician Steve Harley dies age 73 following short battle with cancer”


    • Non Snowflake says:

      Paul Jeffreys, who was in the original line-up of Cockney Rebel, was one of the people murdered in the Lockerbie bomb in 1988. I wonder if the BBC will mention this at all in Steve Harley’s obituary?


    • Loobyloo says:

      V sad, we were meant to see him later this year, then it was cancelled


  27. Zephir says:

    As I said a while ago, run by venture capitalists:

    “The Norwegian billionaire benefitting from soaring vets bills: Wealthy property mogul Christian Sinding runs firm which owns IVC Evidensia – the UK’s biggest chain of veterinary practices – as owners in UK face ‘eye watering’ prices to care for their pet

    The chain’s UK revenues soared from £834million in 2020 to £1.2billion in 2022 as pet owners face progressively unaffordable bills.

    IVC Evidensia is the biggest of six firms mentioned in a report this week by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), which listed ‘multiple concerns’ and announced a huge investigation.

    It comes as the number of locally owned independent practices dropped from 89 per cent to 45 per cent in the eight years to 2021.

    IVC is by far the largest of the six companies, with 1,018 UK practices – more than double the number owned by any of the other companies. ”



    • StewGreen says:

      ” revenues soared from £834million in 2020 to £1.2billion in 2022 ”
      Doh that sounds like the expanding chaon simply took over more branches


  28. Zephir says:

    FFS is it any wonder we are in shit street with this lot in charge ?

    “Foreign Office staff told to not call Hamas ‘terrorists’ in Whitehall training session as academics brand term ‘unhelpful and suggest Israel is a ‘white, settler colonialist nation'”



  29. Foscari says:

    We all know that the BBC consider that the coverage
    of women’s football is of equal importance to the men’s
    But am I being misogynist by suggesting that when
    watching Match of the Day. I don’t want to hear the opinions
    of three pundits of whom two are women?
    Ok I will except that most of the News presenters are women
    on the BBC. I will accept that on the London programme
    because the indigenous population of the capitol is a
    minority . That the great majority of the presenters and reporters
    are ethnic.
    BUT honestly , and I reiterate am I being misogynist by wanting
    to see a majority of men , informing me about a sport
    being played by men?


    • Zephir says:


    • Docmarooned says:

      Its the same with rugby as well Foscari. I have stopped watching virtually all TV sport with the advent of female commentators. There are the odd few who do know what they are talking about but the vast majority are clueless hysterical shouters which is enough for the off switch to be activated. The actual quality of sport these days anyways is shockingly poor. The only one I take an interest in these days is baseball but thats not back on yet.


  30. Zephir says:

    Ah brought back some memories…


  31. Zephir says:


  32. pugnazious says:

    Usual BBC attempt to smear…

    ‘Cabinet minister Mark Harper denies Tories have a problem with race’

    Why ask such a question? The same BBC that tried to claim the Tory Party ‘had a problem with women’ totally ignoring the fact that Labour had as many issues if not more…not just claimed sexual assaults but prolonged campaigns, often violent, against women MPs by Corbynistas.

    Looks like a very politically loaded question.

    And, hmmm…Islam isn’t a race and to challenge ‘Islamism’ is a legitimate, and necessary, part of our democracy. Frank Hester is a donor not a Tory MP and he made the comments privately 5 years ago not at any Tory event. I wonder if he is Jewish….I mean, he’s rich so he must be Jewish…according to BBC logic that it applies to ‘globalists’…if you criticise globalists you are an anti-Semite says the BBC..because, er, so many ‘globalists, are apparently Jewish…says the BBC as it tried to shut down criticism of Soros….whose buying of democracy and rigging of elections the BBC has no problem with.


  33. Zephir says:

    Two years for having some stickers and then there is this one: still at large over and over again taking the piss:

    “Furious MP says Katie Price should be JAILED for driving her Range Rover without licence after she was given just £880 fine despite notching up SIX previous bans

    Price was fined £880 this week after driving without insurance or a licence. MP suggests overhauling the rules on sentencing for repeat motoring offenders.

    2003 – Price escaped a speeding charge after police failed to arrest her within 12 weeks of allegedly clocking 70mph in a 40mph zone in her Range Rover.

    2008 – After talking on the mobile phone while driving on April 18, Price landed three penalty points.

    2009 – She failed to provide the identity of the driver after her car was allegedly caught speeding in a 30mph zone and was later handed four penalty points after being clocked at 99mph and was handed four points on her licence.

    2010 – The model was convicted for failing to be in proper control of her horsebox after veering into another lane in February and was given three points on her licence, bringing her total to 10. Then in December she was banned from driving for six months after doing 83mph in a 70mph zone in her home county of West Sussex.

    2012 – Two years later, Price was disqualified for 12 months for failing to respond to two speeding tickets in September.

    2018 – Price landed a six-month ban in February 2018 for speeding after totting up 12 penalty points for speeding. In July, photos emerged of her driving while still banned. Then in October she was arrested on suspicion of drink driving and spent 13 hours in custody after crashing into a VW Golf and a hedge on a gated estate at 2am.

    2019 – She was given a three-month ban for driving while disqualified in January of that year. And then in October, Price was banned from driving for a further 18 months for failing to inform police who was behind the wheel of her pink Range Rover during a crash in Bexley, South East London.

    2021 – Katie crashes her BMW car on a country road near her West Sussex home in the early hours of the morning in September after drinking and taking drugs. She pleaded guilty at Crawley Magistrates of drink driving, driving while disqualified and driving without insurance.

    2022 – She was back in court charged with speeding and failing to provide information to the police.

    2023 – Price is fined almost £400 for speeding as well as driving with an ‘expired’ licence, just weeks after getting back behind the wheel following her drink driving ban.”


  34. pugnazious says:

    Lee Anderson cannot criticise Khan for his close associations to Islamists because to do so is islamophobic but the BBC can celebrate the first Black leader in Wales..and would have celebrated the first gay one had things swung the other way. Odd how you can praise them for their skin colour and not criticise for their beliefs, values and actions…as that’s racist…unless they’re a brown Tory then it’s open season.

    Curious how the Guardian got away with this nasty bit of blatant racism against Indians…ie not Muslims…the Indians are a Tory ‘militia’ that hates Blacks and Muslims…

    ‘How did British Indians become so prominent in the Conservative party?’


    We now have non-whites in power in England, Scotland and Wales…and none of them have been elected by the People.


  35. Guest Who says:

    House Journal

    Trump makes verbal gaffes at Ohio rally and predicts ‘bloodbath’ if defeated

    Presumably they assume no one has access to the internet.


  36. Eddy Booth says:

    “Steve Harley death: Cockney Rebel singer dies at 73”


    Good song that was, back in the days before London got ethnic cleansed.


    • Thoughtful says:

      Maybe the times back then weren’t so different given the content of this golden oldie


  37. Guest Who says:

    .@JonathanPieNews outraged at the attack on fellow BBC colleagues & national treasures @GaryLineker & David “over rated” Attenborough …

    QT invite locked down.


  38. Fedup2 says:

    Papers leading with a chippy in Greenwich demanding a mural with a Union Jack on it being taken down – I wonder whether they are as active with all those Islamic Hamas Palestine flags all over the plaice …


    • Thoughtful says:

      Not the first time, it’s real clickbait.

      He put up a massive sign in a conservation area and was forced to take it down, he then had the mural painted, and it has nothing to do with the content of the mural, it’s the fact he installed it without planning permission which he would never have received, and he’s now trying to make it about the Union Jack.

      If you see a pro Hamas death to Israel banner over a certain size you can report it to the planning department and it should be removed.


  39. StewGreen says:

    From a week ago by Rod Liddle
    The BBC Verify unit is merely an expensive way of telling the public, ‘We are always right’
    online readable : https://archive.is/jQ7CG

    I don’t suppose it will surprise many Jewish people that BBC Verify – as staffed by people with ‘forensic investigative skills’ – used a rabid pro-Palestinian with links to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps when adjudicating on an alleged Israeli attack against a Palestinian aid convoy in Gaza. Verify – a new unit which is, of course, pristine and even-handed – turned to a ‘journalist’ called Mahmoud Awadeyah for an unbiased description of exactly what happened to the convoy, unbothered by the fact that this is a man who danced a jig of joy when Israelis were killed in a rocket attack and warned them that there was more of the same stuff coming.



  40. atlas_shrugged says:

    Poster Girl for SNP’s New Hate Crime Laws Works for ‘Islamist’ Group Accused of… Hate Speech


    So often organisations with one name do the exact opposite of what it says on the tin e.g. MEND!


  41. Fedup2 says:

    Not bbc – isn’t it great – we won’t see Liverpool fans booing the British national anthem again at Wembley – in the FA cup . …


  42. Zephir says:



  43. tomo says:

    Sopel deliberately avoids context


  44. tomo says:


    • Docmarooned says:

      Odious muslim reptile!


    • MarkyMark says:

      “It is clear to me that the roots of the entrenched structural racism that continues to pervade global society are firmly based in the historic enslavement of black people, mainly from African countries. Racism has allowed white people to determine black people as a subhuman class and treat them as chattels, or property. Reducing black people to that status salved the collective conscience of white people around the world and enabled them to justify their barbaric acts, and we should all take responsibility for that.



  45. tomo says:


    • StewGreen says:

      The Matthew Stadlen memes



    • StewGreen says:

      Stadlen took to bragging that the Community Note had been removed
      unaware that a Community Note can take a few seconds to load after the tweet.. It is still there


  46. tomo says:


  47. MarkyMark says:

    Africa to invade China to protect BLM?

    “Figures that were published by the Office for National Statistics last month found that black people are more than four times more likely than white people of the same age to die from Covid-19.”



  48. MarkyMark says:

    “Vladimir Putin has already been in power for 24 years in one way or another and is now on course for another six.”


    Cabinet. As the leader of the majority party in the House of Commons, Sunak was appointed as prime minister by Charles III on 25 October 2022, becoming both the first British Asian and the first Hindu to take the office, and began to select his cabinet ministers.



    • Thoughtful says:

      And even with the opposition allegedly banned Putin still didn’t get as great a share of the vote as Galloway did of the postal vote in Rochdale, and our muppet political elites can’t see a problem with that.


  49. MarkyMark says:

    Ambition for stand-out Welsh strengths, green prosperity, skills and local jobs form the top priorities for the Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, who will today set out his plans to deliver the Welsh Government’s mission for a stronger economy.

    A just transition and green prosperity: realising the enormous net zero economic opportunities and engaging with businesses and people to move towards a just transition.

    A platform for young people, fair work, skills and success: backing young people to achieve the ambitious futures in Wales. Prioritising their skills and creativity.

    Stronger partnerships for stronger regions and our everyday economy: working with regions to agree a smaller set of priorities for growth, local jobs and major investment. New joint working to boost the case for UK investment in projects that crowd in investment and support fair, unionised jobs in areas including nuclear, offshore wind and tech.

    Investing for growth: we will work in partnership to focus on our recognised strengths to boost investment and growth that prizes fair work and long-termism. Our new mission-based innovation strategy will target new investment in a post EU landscape, supporting commercialisation, research and development and entrepreneurship.




  50. MarkyMark says:

    BBC to show 24/7 children in Yemen dugin Ramadan (not Easter Chocolate week) killed by UK drones and bombs? HA HA HA HA HA H! Not a chance!