Weekend 30th March 2024

The forces of darkness – such as the BBC – do their best to expunge Easter . They won’t win . They are Damned . Refuse to pay your TV Licence . …

As with many corrupt practices – Easter is used to ‘bury’ bad things – such as a dodgy PM giving gongs for money – or the BBC publishing a 96 page ‘annual plan’ which can find free on the internet . Apparently there are going to be ‘cut backs ‘. So a bit of Good News . Happy Easter .

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246 Responses to Weekend 30th March 2024

  1. atlas_shrugged says:

    So is Arnhem becoming a Mecca in Europe since it has started to ban kafirs from the city?


    Edwin Wagensveld is maybe just the first banned person and gives his views. If the mayor of Arnhem was serious about excluding people with unacceptable views perhaps he could start with the thousands who demonstrated outside the opening of the new Holocaust museum in Amsterdam.


  2. tomo says:


    COMPUSPEAK : https://archive.ph/pUie2


  3. Richard Pinder says:


    The BBC censorship supports Dame June Raine, who destroyed the lives of half a million people.

    Graham Stringer MP, co-chair of the 25 member APPG on pandemic response and recovery, said “The MHRA oversees a failing system that is slow to act, causing harm to patients and beset with conflicts of interest. We cannot allow it to continue. That’s why we have written to the health select committee calling for an urgent investigation into the MHRA.”

    The APPG has “serious patient safety concerns” and claimed that “far from protecting patients” the MHRA operates in a way that “puts them at serious risk” and believe that the MHRA were aware of heart and clotting issues in February 2021. It added that they know from Freedom of Information (FOI) requests cited in a previous letter that the MHRA “does not have a process for the investigation and follow up of individual Yellow Card reports and cannot and does not effectively monitor them.” It said that further FOI requests indicate that, in the intervening two-and-a-half years since knowing of post-vaccination myocarditis and pericarditis, the MHRA “has not undertaken any such formal epidemiological studies or instructed Pfizer and Moderna to carry any out.” The letter said that the examples seem to “characterise the regulator’s safety monitoring activity, casting a further dark shadow over the MHRA’s approach to patient safety.”

    The MPs said that it seems the MHRA “is more concerned with putting itself, and perhaps the pharmaceutical industry, first. Protecting itself, one might say, rather than protecting and ensuring patient safety.” Earlier in February, the APPG also raised serious concerns in another letter about the MHRA and patient safety, accusing it of causing “needless deaths” and highlighting its apparent conflicts of interest with the pharmaceutical industry.

    The APPG said that concerns raised directly with the MHRA had been met with “an habitually dismissive and evasive response”. They singled out Dame June Raine, chief executive of the MHRA, for criticism, saying that she “boasted” of the agency’s transition from “the watchdog to the enabler”.

    A Government petition is active, demanding to turn MHRA into a fully transparent, patient first regulator: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/652008


    • Docmarooned says:

      I have posted this before but it is clear that the criminally incompetent Raine has overseen a monumental catastrophe that is the MHRA and she should never have been in a leadership position. She was abjectly hopeless and promoted over the years way above her expertise (if she ever had any)


      • Up2snuff says:

        RP & Doc, I was chatting with someone I know after church today and learned that her brother suffered from Guillain Barré Syndrome after his first jab of Covid vaccine. He has since made a partial but not a full recovery.


  4. tomo says:


    • pugnazious says:

      Even the NOAA admits the natural condition of earth is much hotter than present day….

      ‘Modern human civilization, with its permanent agriculture and settlements, has developed over just the past 10,000 years or so. The period has generally been one of low temperatures and relative global (if not regional) climate stability. Compared to most of Earth’s history, today is unusually cold; we now live in what geologists call an interglacial—a period between glaciations of an ice age.

      For much of its history, our planet has been hotter—sometimes much hotter—than it is today. ‘


      • Fedup2 says:

        Don’t mention the ice ages …. Or the behaviour of the Sun …


        • Up2snuff says:

          pug and Fed, I should have done an Easter Sunday news Watch this morning. We got some crazy nonsense from so-called ‘Scientists’ via the BBC on R4 this morning. ‘The Scientists’ on behalf of the British Trust for Ornothology claimed that seabirds are moving inland to towns and cities “because their habitats are threatened”. I laughed at that because the Climate Cultists (BBC and others) keep telling us that ice in Greenland and Antartica is melting (we had that nonsense last week from the BBC) and sea levels are rising. How does that threaten habitats for sea birds?

          More nonsense came from the so-called ‘scientists’ in that the herring gull, in particular, is an endangered species and is on the ‘Red List’. Not where I live, they are very definitely not endangered and are plentiful and, in fact, a considerable nuisance with their noise and pollution.

          PS: pug, the NOAA is a USA-based driver of the Global Warming narrative.


  5. G.W.F. says:

    Stonings and crucifixions by the Hooty Tooties

    Nine men were sentenced to death by a Houthi court in Yemen in a mass trial based on “dubious” charges of sodomy, a human rights organisation has said.



    • MarkyMark says:

      Send more aid?

      ““The harrowing stories from Yemenis, particularly those from Aden, the city of my birth, will stay with me forever. I have a responsibility to highlight this crisis to the world, and I hope I can persuade the UK public to help the 10 million Yemeni children that are in danger right now.””

      AUGUST 7, 2015



  6. MarkyMark says:

    Gesture eggs: Cadbury outlet store criticised over Easter rebrand
    3 days ago


  7. Zephir says:

    Fact checker no 1

    When the BBC’s disinformation correspondent lied on her CV

    Marianna Spring admitted she made an “awful misjudgement” when playing up her role in coverage of the Russia World Cup for the BBC



  8. Zephir says:

    “BBC’s disinformation correspondent and chief fact-checker Marianna Spring is accused of lying on her CV by falsely claiming to have worked with a Beeb journalist when applying for a job in Moscow”



  9. Zephir says:

    BBC’s disinformation reporter ‘lied on her CV’

    Marianna Spring, part of the corporation’s fact-checking unit, accused of displaying ‘the opposite’ of integrity early in her career



  10. Zephir says:

    The misinformation of Marianna Spring

    With some delicious irony, the BBC’s ‘disinformation correspondent’ has been accused of lying on her CV.



  11. Zephir says:

    BBC disinformation correspondent accused of embellishing her CV



  12. Zephir says:

    BBC’s Marianna Spring accused of lying on CV to get job in Russia



    • pugnazious says:

      lol Zeph….Always worth a laugh….

      ‘“Telling me you are a brilliant reporter who exercises integrity and honesty when you have literally demonstrated the opposite was a terrible idea.”

      Spring now works with BBC investigative journalists “countering disinformation”. ‘


  13. Zephir says:

    BBC Disinformation Correspondent Marianna Spring Accused Of Lying On Her Resume



  14. Zephir says:

    BEEB ‘LIAR’ BBC’s chief fact-checker Marianna Spring accused of lying on CV by falsely claiming to have worked with Beeb colleague



  15. Fedup2 says:

    Janet Daley writing in the DT – explains that people have lost interest / faith in democracy – largely because of the loss of connection / accountability ….

    But she doesn’t give a remedy – even remotely . She sees Reform as an ‘anti politics ‘ party but without a serious government plan.

    Yet she doesn’t give a remedy – I have a remedy – but it’s too extreme to be laid out here …. But it involves a lot of change and preparation for it
    In current circumstances my remedy is not viable – but I’d hope there is someone better placed to start to plan and when the time is right – to do …


  16. pugnazious says:

    Oh dear, how sad, never mind.

    African from Zimbabwe comes to Ireland to claim asylum because, he says, he suffers harassment for his political views back home in Zimbabwe where he was a landscape gardener, a career which he wishes to continue in Ireland. Unfortunately life is hard in Ireland…and cold.

    Of course life is being made much harder for locals by all these migrants as rents soar and housing becomes ever more scarce. But, hey, never mind, they all play bingo together at the homeless shelter and get along famously…lovely. The BBC always manages to find an utterly pointless and trivial ‘joy’ to cover over the dire misery of it all and the fact that immigration is a massive disaster ruining Ireland…and Europe.

    Shame Varadker isn’t forced to live in one of these shelters just to see the misery that his policies have brought to Ireland.

    And you couldn’t make this up…

    ‘In India, the Muslim minority which makes up about 200 million people, has been feeling under pressure as a result of the deepening religious polarisation that has marked Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s time in office. Yogita Limaye has been hearing their concerns.’

    Kind of forgets that it was the Muslims who demanded their own Muslim state, their own Muslim Zion, and that turned out to be Pakistan. So if you want to talk of religious polarisation then maybe start right there with the Muslims [note of course that Islam is a foreign colonising religion not native to India…let’s decolonise India and allow them to take back their native culture, religions and history]…who always, always seem to be the aggressors who try to annex parts of other countries….hence Mayanmar and the Rohingyas….and London and Easter being erased for Ramadan….any wonder the Chinese crack down on the Uyghurs and Hungary bans Muslim migration…oh so sensible.



    • MarkyMark says:



      Leo and Matt have shared several photos inside their home, often enjoying dinner together in their spacious kitchen/dining room. Cardiologist Matt reportedly bought the three bed house for €20,000 over the asking price – which was €800,000.

      Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with Stephen McNamara (left of Leo and Matt Barrett (RIGHT OF LEO) along with other friends as they pose for a photo with Kylie Minogue backstage at her 3Arena concert in Dublin.



      • pugnazious says:

        LOL MM…sure the good life will continue when the EU job with the golden pension comes his way as it inevitably will….reward for being a good boy who toed the line.

        Think I’d be pretty sick if I saw all that and was homeless or living in some dive because of his policies. Good of him to keep rubbing their noses in it with all the photos. Think the IRA wasted so much time and effort fighting the wrong people and the wrong war.


  17. Fedup2 says:

    The Daily Mail has helpfully published a picture of one Rakeem Thomas . Rakeem is the … person … charged with attempted murder on a train in Beckenham Kent . Rakeem is due to appear at the Bailey on 26 April …. No update on his alleged victim – stabbed so many times …


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  20. pugnazious says:

    ‘East Camp: South Wales military complex to be used to house Afghan escapees

    “I wish we could put them straight into houses, and that there was the capacity to do that here, but there isn’t, the important thing is that we’re getting that backlog in Pakistan moving because it’s an awful thing for these people to be stuck in limbo.

    “We owe a debt of gratitude to those brave Afghans who risked their lives working alongside our forces in support of the UK mission,” the MoD said. ‘

    Hmmmm…the Army never trusted the interpeters…never gave them information about operations if it could be helped.

    As for ‘we owe them a debt of gratitude’….er….weren’t we spending our blood and money helping them?

    And as for ‘ the important thing is that we’re getting that backlog in Pakistan moving ‘….there’s over 4 million Afghans in Pakistan….just how many do the do-gooders propose to bring here? Pakistan trained, funded and armed the Taliban….let them take the consequences.



    • MarkyMark says:

      ” Afghan escapees” – boris said the afghan campaign was a success?!


  21. pugnazious says:

    People lose jobs due to BBC moralising…it hates fast fashion so it launched an attack on BooHoo….and now it’s closing a factory….

    The BBC tells us….

    ‘Boohoo is to sell its first-ever manufacturing site after confirming it had ceased operations.
    Boohoo previously said it was re-assessing the future of the Leicester sites “following significant investments at our Sheffield distribution centre and the opening of a new distribution centre in the US”.

    It said it had had to take steps to ensure it was “a more efficient, productive and strengthened business”.’

    Naturally the company puts its own spin on things not wanting to admit to anything ‘unethcal’ but the reality is the BBC closed the factory.

    And of course the BBC isn’t going to mention that either….but others do….

    ‘Fast fashion retailer Boohoo is “considering the closure” of its first ever UK factory in the wake of a BBC Panorama exposé which found it had broken its promises to make clothes more ethically.


  22. pugnazious says:

    Glories of multiculturalism…

    ‘France is setting up a mobile security force for schools “experiencing difficulties”, days after the headteacher of a Paris school resigned because of death threats.

    The head was falsely accused of striking a student in a row over her wearing an Islamic headscarf in school.

    Education Minister Nicole Belloubet said the mobile force was intended to reassure teachers and boost security.

    Tensions in French schools are high since the killing of two teachers.’

    Quite extraoridinary that such measures should be needed in schools and goes almost unremarked….just how much airtime will the BBC devote to this ‘problem’? Almost certainly none….the best we can hope for is a NIcky Campbell phone in, lol, and that will be hijacked by him to turn it into an extended rant about the Far-Right who, it will turn out, are the real threat.

    How many schools have to have bullet proof glass, bomb-proof construction and security fencing due to threats from Muslims before the penny drops?


  23. pugnazious says:

    Nut Zero….you just know it’s utter madness that will destroy the West…..you won’t have a job…or if you do you won’t be able to afford your energy bills or run a car….just sit at home in the cold and dark and watch the BBC telling you how great life is now we’ve gone green…until your electricity ration runs out and the TV fizzles out.

    ‘South Wales is facing deindustrialisation on a scale not seen since the Thatcher era, Labour’s shadow Welsh secretary, Jo Stevens, has warned. She was speaking outside the Port Talbot steelworks last weekend, where up to 2,800 jobs could soon be lost as part of a plan to ‘decarbonise’ UK steelmaking. Yet just a day later, Stephens was in Holyhead, north Wales, standing beside Labour leader Keir Starmer as he proudly announced his party’s plan to ‘decarbonise’ the UK’s electricity supply. A Labour government, Starmer promised, would set up a nationalised renewable-energy firm to help reach his party’s goal of a carbon-free electricity grid by 2030 – five years ahead of the Tories’ current target.’

    Never mind….we can turn Wales into an industrial Museum with living exhibits…ex-miners and steel workers acting out their old jobs for the great and the good who come to gawk from London and Salford….setting aside a bit of time to visit the Welsh safari parks…the re-wilded land that was once productive farms until Monbiot and the BBC cleared the land of the peasants who, according to Monbiot, will be given the opportunity to get jobs as tour guides on their old farms…I kid you not.



  24. Guest Who says:

    It’s an Easter miracle!

    Referring to:

    The United Nations Human Rights Office in the Occupied Territories said (@OHCHR_Palestine) in a December statement that it verified Israel killed journalist, founder, and director of Gaza Now, Mustafa Ayyash. However, Gaza Now stated today he was arrested in Austria.

    That word, ‘verify’, in certain hands…


  25. Guest Who says:

    This dual track thing is really delivering.

    This is insane. I can’t believe I’m watching this.

    Apparently this patronising police officer doesn’t think a swastika will cause alarm and distress or is antisemitic.

    “Everything needs to be taken in context”

    Utterly incredible. He couldn’t care less.


    • Guest Who says:

      Luckily, media is there to hold power to account.

      Once again @SkyNews caught parroting lies by terrorist organisations.

      On the left. Hezbollah announced it was Israel, Sky posted that lie.

      On the right. Sky are now are changing their tune 3 Hours Later after IDF investigations show it wasn’t Israel.

      But the damage has been done.

      They still haven’t taken down the first headline. It’s still up.


    • Jeff says:

      That is incredible.

      Those very same, utterly useless plods, would be down on you like a ton of bricks if you had the temerity to “misgender” someone or unfurl a Union Jack. “It might cause offence…”

      The British police. A disgrace. An embarrassment.

      I wouldn’t waste my precious piss on them…,


    • Thoughtful says:

      There is a building not far from me with lots of swastikas it did raise a few eyebrows but it is a Hindu goodluck symbol on a hindu vegetarian restaurant. It does have to be taken in some context because it is a Hindu symbol of good fortune.


  26. tomo says:




  27. Guest Who says:

    I did smile.

    If you want to be part of the Queer Fat Club, you really have to be fat. It’s a requirement.


  28. StewGreen says:

    There’s an end twist
    With Radio4 you are only minutes away from the next piece of insufferable fake wokeness.

    The Film Prog is just doing Marlon Brando
    They get to him in the Godfather “He won an Oscar… but he sent an American Indian to refuse on his behalf
    so that she could make a statement about Hollywood treating American Indians badly”
    .. they then revealed the twist.
    “After she died her family revealed the secret .. her family was not American Indian after all ..it had all been an act”

    .. That’s media world insincerity !


    • tomo says:


      Senator Liz “Pocahontas” Warren should get a namecheck at the same time!


  29. vlad says:

    Nothing more delicious than to watch little GB News take the fight to the high and mighty BBC. In this instance, over their shameful, cowardly treatment of the whole Trans madness.
    Give it to them, Mark Dolan, right between the eyes!


    • Up2snuff says:

      vlad, I agree. Latest example of BBC failure: messing around with the Radio 4 schedule. Will they never learn?


    • pugnazious says:

      BBC is guilty of ‘child abuse’…helping the trans lobby groom very young children.

      Always a paradox that the BBC campaigns vigorously against ‘conversion therapy’, ie trying to convert gays onto the straight and narrow, but not only supports but actively participates in conversion therapy when targeted at young, very young, children who are straight or gay in order to convert them into trans-grooming victims.


  30. JohnC says:

    Donald Trump posts video of truck showing hog-tied Joe Biden

    Another typical BBC headline which morphs from ‘posts video’ to ‘shared video’. It’s a blatant lie that he posted it.

    But what has amazed me is that when I searched for the story to find the video, it has appeared simultaneously on dozens of news sites. I counted 46 just on the first page of a google search. And not a single one of them actually links to the video.

    And they are ALL adding Trump saying ‘If I don’t get elected, it’s going to be a bloodbath.’. If you watch that video, it’s absolutely clear he was referring to the automobile industry in the USA.

    This is exactly what the BBC’s ‘TNI’ network is for. They have created a way to make a huge mountain from a small molehill.

    And what annoys me the most is that it is utterly insignificant compared to the political persecution being carried out against Trump without a single article by the BBC questioning it. All they ever do is quote Trump saying it – and they have to do that because of this ‘right to reply’ rule they have.

    The avalanche created for this and the ‘bloodbath’ statement is a small glimpse into the scale of how far the fascist Left have come and what the Right is up against now.

    Out of interest, I checked to see if ‘Snopes’ had fact-checked it – and they have:
    Did Trump Say It Will Be a ‘Bloodbath for the Country’ If He Doesn’t Get Elected?

    And to my astonishment it’s given a green tick as ‘true’.

    But when you read it more closely, they are saying he did say it with the conclusion:
    ‘The context of the remark suggests Trump was predicting an “economic bloodbath” for the country, not a literal one, if he loses the 2024 presidential election.’

    What’s the point of literally fact-checking he said what everyone can see he said in the video ?.

    So what these activists have done is twist the fact-check to get that result. What they should have ‘fact checked’ is whether he was threatening a violent uprising by what he said and given the conclusion it was false. But they didn’t. And as that is the crucial part of the whole thing, it shows Snopes to be just more BBC-style left-wing liars. Of course I knew that already – but as with the BBC, it’s nice to see it confirmed from time to time.


  31. JohnC says:

    NASUWT conference: Teachers to debate call for suicide prevention support

    Only 2.5% of teachers in the UK are black.

    Here’s the picture of a teacher the BBC chose for this article:

    And here’s their ‘staff’ who wrote the article:

    The BBC are absolutely guilty of extreme racist discrimination in this and hundreds of other articles. Yet these left-wing activists have convinced themselves it’s RIGHT for them to be racist.

    How do we rid ourselves of this cancer ?.


  32. Zephir says:

    Promoting someone becaause of their gender or racial traits can be quite offensive to those who do not share the same.

    A black female pianist who thrived against all the odds, one of 11 children, talent shining through just shows it does not matter.

    Thank you for showing me that x

    music is colour blind


  33. Up2snuff says:

    HAPPY EASTER everyone, blessings upon you all.

    Too good an opportunity to miss: https://www.last.fm/music/2nd+Chapter+Of+Acts/_/Easter+Song


  34. AsISeeIt says:

    Sick to the stomach edition

    Sports fans and their excuses for their favorite team’s poor performances, eh?

    A classic of the genre was the obviously pro-Liverpool TV reporter who interviewed The Reds then manager Kenny Dalglish, after a surprise trouncing away at Luton Town: “Well, Kenny, you’re not a man to make excuses – but what about that plastic pitch?” – plastic pitches – there’s one for the teenagers

    Astro-turfing the debate

    The formerly serious Times of London newspaper this morning publishes a frontpage pic of a typically knackered Boat Race rower with the highly suggestive caption: The Cambridge men’s team won the Boat Race for a second year running even though their stroke Matt Edge collapsed before the finish. Oxford linked defeat to levels of E.Coli in the Thames, which their captain said made him ill – full toxicology screen and bacteriological tests please?

    Our BBC gynaeceum likes the Guardian on Sunday incarnation that is the Observer newspaper for their top pick in the BBC’s online press review. The Observer likewise likes a photo of the exhausted college boy who’s now an apparently E-Coli riddled rower despite him being on the other team to the one that complained of E.Coli. Well, I suppose it kept the girls team off the frontpage. The Observer ups the stakes to epidemic proportions: Oxford later said several rowers had been ill before the race after both teams had been warned not to enter the water over E’Coli fears

    Before… after… what’s the sense in a grammatical tense?

    Mr AsI contends that Lockdowns both demoralised the British workforce and tapped into our collective tendency toward being prone to media-induced hypochondria. If only there were some kind of an official public inquiry that could look into that.

    Fact check – Mr AsI has previously hereabouts boldly stated that the NHS was Britain’s favourite institution. Celebrated as is with almost superstitious fervour: ‘Banging Pots for the NHS’ – a young girl standing on the doorstep banging a saucepan lid with a wooden spoon, as part of the Thursday evening clap for the NHS during the Covid-19 lockdown (Photograph, Burrows, Danny. Dated April 2020 – Historic England)

    Fact Checked Correction: The NHS is the British institution that Brits are second-most proud of – after the fire brigade (YouGov, July 2018)

    I’m minded, mischievously, of an early edition of Viz that risque cartoon publication which ran spoof adverts alongside the comic strips. In particular mock ad copy which ran: Is your house on fire? Call the Fire Brigade on 999

    However, some official sources disagree concerning our heroic firefighters number one place in our hearts: Our NHS: A History of Britain’s Best Loved Institution (Author: Andrew Seaton, Date Published: 2023, £20, National Archives Bookshop)

    The fire brigade sliding down the polls – according to Mr Seaton

    But I digress. BBC favourite The Observer (due to the revealed preference in their press line-up) offers an antidote to this hypochondriac sick note septic tank of a Sceptred British Isle of ours: Making Britain fit for purpose… Will Hutton and his new book, This Time No Mistakes – our Labour Party-supporting Will Hutton – now with a few of his typical Guardian/Observer headlines: For the birds? Far from it. At last Rachel Reeves has given Britain a plan for economic liftoff; Ignore the rightwing moaners. We don’t have 9m shirkers – they just want better work

    Our Will rightly senses the now obvious charge that replacing manlet Goldman Sachs office boy and seat-warmer Sunak with personality bypass stuffed shirt Starmer – will represent nothing more than a slight rebrand of the ruling Uniparty

    Will wields the mighty journalistic ‘despite

    Despite being called continuity Hunt, the shadow chancellor has set out a proposal for meaningful change (Guardian) – methinks Mr Hutton doth protest too much… on behalf of the lady

    If you want a synopsis of the policy outcomes of our next Labour government – afterall – to borrow a sports phrase – the Tories are out for the count and have already thrown in the towl: Tories ‘may be left with fewer than 100 MPs’ (Times) – forget the Labour manifesto – instead read the latest utterances of one Tony Blair.

    Compulsory – perhaps voluntary at first – Digital ID

    Public sector jobs bonanza

    Just yesterday Mr AsI was passing an NHS clinic building with a large recruitment banner strapped to the railings. Of the several clinical, utility and support job categories listed the very first on the list was Adminstration – perhaps this was simply the result alphabetical listing?

    My guess is that despite lauding the NHS – free at the point of access and all that – Labour will quietly privatise in stages what’s left of the mouldering carcass. They’ll do a quiet Esther Rantzen on it.

    Labour’s much vaunted infrastructure investments will in fact be massive corporate opportunities – mortgaged back the taxpayer, PFI writ even larger than Gordon Brown could have envisaged. The Amazon Warehouse Toll RoadThe Apple i-Phone Pay BridgeMicrosoft Third London Airport (incoming flights only of course)

    And to gladen the hearts of disappointed economically socialist Labour supporters – there’ll be political correctness and wokism gone ballistic

    Don’t say you weren’t warned.


  35. MarkyMark says:

    Bomb the citizens – move in with new amazing events … HA HA HA HA HAH A

    “The Grand Iftar started in Bristol in 2017, after the Manchester Arena bombing”

    During the month, Muslims fast – which involves abstaining from eating and drinking during daylight hours – as well as focus on self-improvement, self-reflection and giving to the less fortunate.


    2024.03.22 Russia Moscow 144 121 Islamic gunmen open fire on innocents at a concert, massacring over a hundred and forty.


  36. Thoughtful says:

    There is a story on the Daily Mail about the pro Gaza protest and they are predictably not allowing comments, but the one thing that stands out for me is that in a demonstration which claims attendance by 200 000 people, the only arrests made by Khans Gestapo are all White.

    Now I know that there are some pretty unsavoury characters on the Left who cannot contain their hate rage anger and violence – all characteristic of Socialism, but there are some pretty unsavoury individuals amongst the Muslims too, and it would be beyond reasonable thinking that none of them should have behaved in a manner occasioning an arrest.


    • JohnC says:

      They are scared that if they start arresting the Muslims, the other Muslims will turn violent. And when Muslims get upset like that today, there’s a good chance some of the thousands of extremists living among us start murdering infidels elsewhere in the country tomorrow.

      Much easier to let them do what they want and arrest anyone who might upset them. They say the arrest ‘is for their own protection’ which means they are saving them from getting stabbed.

      Just like the BLM riots when the police stood by and watched because of the violence which would have ensued if they intervened. And of course why they brought shame on our whole country by taking the knee in appeasement.

      That’s what mass immigration means in the real world.


  37. Foscari says:

    Do the masses want to be led by anyone , as long as
    they are led? The Conservative government in the UK
    leads nobody. So the vacuum has to be filled by
    something, anything . As long as they are led.
    ” Queers for Palestine want to be led. So they are
    like turkeys voting for Christmas.
    The fat cats at the BBC living the high life, on inflated license fee salaries
    paid by the “unwashed” want an easy life. So they let themselves be led by indoctrinated anarchist Marxist anti-Semitic editors. Who’s doctrine is that the enemy of my enemy
    is my friend. That is why they support Hamas.
    And it goes on in every walk of life in the UK. Even in
    the Church of England. Where the dominance of Islam
    is being allowed to take hold, and even the Archbishop of
    Canterbury is adhering to it.
    The masses want to be led and it looks as if they will
    succumb to and be subservient to the strongly let religion
    of peace.
    I have written before that it would take four generations. It
    could well be less than that.


  38. pugnazious says:

    Lol….the most gushing profile of a black blackmailer….


    ‘Bishop Rosemarie was herself born into a situation shaped by slavery, in the then colony Barbados, before coming to the UK as a child. Now a senior cleric, she has co-authored a report on how the Church of England should make amends for its historic financial involvement in the transatlantic slave trade, which has attracted praise from some and criticism from others.’

    If her life hadn’t been ‘shaped by slavery’, lol, she wouldn’t be where she is today….she’d be stuck in some African ‘sh*thole’ yearning to come to Britain on a rubber boat.

    …which is why we should pay reparations but do a quick calculation as to the benefits these ‘slaves’ have accrued due to their lives being ‘shaped by slavery’…compare what their lives would be had they been born in Africa as against their lives now…and then subtract the benefits from the reparations….oh right…they’d owe us big style….not forgetting the downsides that their presence in Britain has brought…the billions on policing, on special schooling, on special ‘positive discrimination’ that’s cost so many whites their jobs, not to mention the billions wasted on DEI daftness….The CofE might as well pay those reparations straight into my bank account as I have suffered so much due to slavery shaping my life so detrimentally.


  39. BRISSLES says:

    So, the Euros are now on the highest level of a terrorist attack – presumably coming from the same religious bunch that are being shouted for in the endless protest marches in London. Go figure. Will there still be marches when a bomb goes off in a populated venue here ? Hmmm that’s an interesting one.


  40. tvlicensingblog says:

    Last chance to beat the £10.50 TV licence price increase by cancelling today. That money is far better off in your pocket than silencing the next victim of BBC scandal:
    Beat the Price Hike: Cancel Your BBC TV Licence NOW


    • Up2snuff says:

      tvlb, you are quite correct. I see that at the current rate of £159 for a TV Licence, I am now £3021 better off/less poor than I was in April 2005. I still do not have enough time to do everything but at least I do not waste even more time on BBC Newsnight or hunting for something worth watching.

      It is easier to make time for viewing a boxed set of programmes or films and maybe benefit charity at the same time by buying them in a charity shop. My local Pigrim’s Hospice shop has two metres of shelf space just for films/tv programmes on DVD.


  41. tomo says:

    Izzard’s been a bit quiet


  42. Althepalerp says:

    40% of Londoners don’t bother paying the TV Tax.
    The rest of the Country should join them.


  43. pugnazious says:

    Smug, patronising, sanctimonious BBC reporter handed his butt…..lol….’Let me quote you Greenpeace….no no no no….don’t answer…I haven’t finished telling you what Greenpeace says….’….gotta love those holier than thou BBC journos….


  44. Ian Rushlow says:

    Front page news: obscure actor dies in motorcycle accident.

    The BBC reports that an actor called Chance Perdomo has tragically died in a motorcycle accident at the age of just 27. Who? Apparently he was best known for his role in the Netflix horror series ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ (no, me neither). Oh, and he was in ‘Killed by My Debt’ on BBC Three, which at the time was an online channel (there were more authenticated sightings of Elvis Presley than viewers of BBC Three in that year).

    Yes, of course it’s sad for his family and friends etc. But front page news? Possibly a Robert de Niro or Clint Eastwood might deserve such an accolade. But, as you’ve already guessed, the late Mr Perdomo had a physical characteristic which trumps fame, reputation, ability and awards, as his photograph reveals.



    • Scroblene says:

      Isn’t that George Gently…?

      …or Frost, or – Jane Tennison’s boss, or – oh, it’s on Flickness, well, there you are then, never heard of him!


    • MarkyMark says:

      “His insatiable appetite for life was felt by all who knew him,” the publicist said in a statement.


      “Even writing about him in the past tense doesn’t make sense,” they said.

      …………………..in other news ….

      “Peace is not made with arms,” the Pope said in his traditional Easter message at the Vatican
      Sodom and Gomorrah, notoriously sinful cities in the biblical book of Genesis, destroyed by “sulfur and fire” because of their wickedness (Genesis 19:24).5 days ago

      After the first minute of dropping “Fat Man,” 39,000 men, women and children were killed. 25,000 more were injured. Both cities were leveled from the bombs and this, in turn, forced Japan to surrender to the United States. The war was finally over.


  45. BRISSLES says:

    Ian, this is more evidence of the age group of those sitting at BBC computers – or rather scanning Tick tock on their phones for info that only 20 year olds are interested in. The rest of us are just fodder for paying their wages. The death of this young man though tragic, is unknown to most of the population, as Perry Como would be to that lot at the Beeb (who once gave airtime to The Perry Como show ) !!


  46. Thoughtful says:


    • Foscari says:

      ” Thoughtful” i expect I am right . But if I am
      wrong I apologize. I believe that you agree with the
      gentleman’s assessment of the situation in Gaza. With this
      ” Game Over” clip from You Tube. May I humbly suggest
      that you send it to the Novara Media website. I expect that
      the likes of Owen Jones and Ash Sakar will agree with the
      gentleman’s sentiments 100%..
      I believe that the Palestinians will be much better off with
      Hamas being defeated. Do you agree?


      • Thoughtful says:

        Not completely, but it’s a version you will never hear on any side of the media.
        I don’t believe Hamas can be defeated, and certainly not by the methods being used. I am uncertain if that is genuinely what Netanyahu wants either, I think he is using that as a cover for an atrocity which has the potential to destroy Israel.

        The Russian solution is mentioned again here which is something else the media is not reporting, that Hamas are forced to merge with other Palestinian groups and call themselves something else.

        We know the King of Jordan and President of Egypt both want Hamas destroyed, no one wants them, but if that takes the death of 2 million people are you saying it’s a final solution worth it in the end?

        This could easily spark into a nuclear conflict, and again I for one don’t want to die for Netanyahu. October 7th should never have happened in the first place and no one is answering the questions as to how it did.


      • Up2snuff says:

        That video narrator has believed the UN/UNHRA/UNICEF/Hamas claims of casualties as well as swallowing the UN/Hamas Kool Aid. In the Bible, God instructs the children of Israel in Numbers chapter 33, a book in the Pentateuch, to clear the land of Canaan out of the existing inhabitants. Israel was to be a source of God’s judgement (at a time when there were no police forces, courts or the ICHR) as the Canaanites who were not very nice people, to put it mildly.

        The relevant passage starts toward the end of chapter 33 and please note verses 55 and 56 which I have highlighted:
        50 And the LORD spake unto Moses in the plains of Moab by Jordan near Jericho, saying,
        51 Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, When ye are passed over Jordan into the land of Canaan;
        52 Then ye shall drive out all the inhabitants of the land from before you, and destroy all their pictures, and destroy all their molten images, and quite pluck down all their high places:
        53 And ye shall dispossess the inhabitants of the land, and dwell therein: for I have given you the land to possess it.
        54 And ye shall divide the land by lot for an inheritance among your families: and to the more ye shall give the more inheritance, and to the fewer ye shall give the less inheritance: every man’s inheritance shall be in the place where his lot falleth; according to the tribes of your fathers ye shall inherit.
        55 But if ye will not drive out the inhabitants of the land from before you; then it shall come to pass, that those which ye let remain of them shall be pricks in your eyes, and thorns in your sides, and shall vex you in the land wherein ye dwell.
        56 Moreover it shall come to pass, that I shall do unto you, as I thought to do unto them.


        • Thoughtful says:

          Ah, the blowhard yet again, who makes false claim and cannot support it with evidence requested.

          Your biblical quotes refer to a time long passed and there are future quotes which are applicable.

          We are at the point of the sacrifice of the 10th Red Heifer, and you’d better start learning about this and fast, because the Muslims are absolutely aware of what the Jews are up to.

          It is the one of the only eschcatalogical stories agreed by all three Abrahamic religions.

          In the book of Zechariah tells what is going to happen when the Jews slaughter the 10th Red Heifer and rebuild the 3rd Tempple

          (Zechariah BTW is the father of John the Baptist if you didn’t know)

          A day of the Lord is coming, Jerusalem, when your possessions will be plundered and divided up within your very walls.

          2 I will gather all the nations to Jerusalem to fight against it; the city will be captured, the houses ransacked, and the women raped. Half of the city will go into exile, but the rest of the people will not be taken from the city.
          3 Then the Lord will go out and fight against those nations, as he fights on a day of battle.
          4 On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, east of Jerusalem, and the Mount of Olives will be split in two from east to west, forming a great valley, with half of the mountain moving north and half moving south.
          5 You will flee by my mountain valley, for it will extend to Azel. You will flee as you fled from the earthquake[a] in the days of Uzziah king of Judah. Then the Lord my God will come, and all the holy ones with him.

          Christians believe that Christ himself was the 10th Red Heifer, but it really is time you became acquainted with what is going on in Israel, and the New Temple instead of that which has been fulfilled.


          • Up2snuff says:

            T, you have to remember that the Bible also prophecies future events and you have obviously failed to read or fully understand verses 55 and 56 of Numbers chapter 33. You would do well to read the Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21 and pay attention to it carefully, especially the prophetic aspects.

            “(Zechariah BTW is the father of John the Baptist if you didn’t know).” That is complete nonsense and reveals the true quality of your posts.

            The Prophet Zechariah lived some 5 or 6 centuries before John the Baptist’s father was born! He may have, of course, been named after the OT Prophet just as I know two people who have the names Daniel.


            • Thoughtful says:

              Haven’t watched this so I can’t vouch for it. but you should be aware.


          • Square-Eyed says:


            I’d just like to support Up2snuff. To suggest the prophet Zechariah is the same Zacharias whose son John [the Baptist] was born about 5 BC seems rather fanciful and not worth the throwaway remark to Up2snuff, and certainly not the ad hominem.

            Also if you claim “Christ was the 10th Red Heifer” as “Christians believe” you really are going out on a limb. I can only find a single reference to the red heifer sacrifice in Numbers 19:2-10. To substantiate the claim I think you ought at least to “show your working.”


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  49. Foscari says:

    The elephant in the room . . Are a memory, or a
    parade of elephants in the room or rooms. Are the THOUSANDS
    of Shemena Begums marching through London every Saturday.
    I very much expect that like Begum . They were taught from two
    years old by their dads and granddads and great granddads and
    great great granddads to despise Jews as their holy book tells them to. And of course any infidel.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “To ask Her Majesty’s Government, in the light of reports by the BBC’s Panorama programme in 2010 that approximately 5,000 pupils in the UK are being taught the Saudi national curriculum, what action has been taken to ensure that school text books originating in Saudi Arabia which propagate hate speech and religious intolerance are not being used in schools, clubs and weekend schools in the UK. ”
      “Ofsted have not found any evidence of the text books referred to in the programme being used in schools that they have inspected.” – uk government’s response
      {theyworkforyou 05Dec2016}



  50. harry142857 says:

    H/T to Sickipedia.

    Visited London and realised that immigration is like investment.

    It puts your capital at risk.