Weekend 18th May 2024

The BBC continues to describe Islamic Hamas terrorists as ‘fighters ‘ -even though in UK Law they are a designated group . The BBC also continues to act as a spokesman for Hamas – repeating unverified claims day after day . Yet there is no sanction against the BBC by either OFCOM of the outgoing British Government . One might only guess why this state of affairs is allowed to continue .

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164 Responses to Weekend 18th May 2024

  1. digg says:

    The BBC is Muslim controlled end of…..

    We need another national broadcaster who is actually British.

    And we are going to have to fight against Muslim influence in many other spheres of our life.

    The general British public are unaware of what is going on but it’s a determined Muslim push for control and if not resisted will not end well for people on this country. They will end up as second class citizens because the Muslims have only one objective and that is total control. It’s in their DNA.

    The BBC are the biggest threat to British democracy there has ever been.

    The Muslim push to control this country is a far bigger danger than even Hitler because it’s a cancer from within and protected by the stupid and misguided.


    • Peter Grimes says:

      I’m intrigued about the potential backers for the party Professor Matthew Godwin is contemplating starting.

      He is appearing more and more often on GBNews, and Lord Nige is being coy about his intentions, presumably because he has assessed Reform’s chances with the unappealing Tice at its head as being low.

      I wonder if the backers of GBNews might be looking to bankroll a new Farage/Godwin party. Godwin’s depth of thinking and analytical skills allied with Farage’s popular appeal would be a powerful combination.

      I can but hope!


    • Sluff says:

      And in this narrative one has to mention useful idiots like Justin Welby.
      He wants to extend child benefit provisions irrespective of the number of children in the family.


      And which families of which religion have the higher birth rates?
      You got it.


  2. Eddy Booth says:


    I still can’t confidently decide – from a “professional’ gamblers perspective.
    I’ll still probably go for Usyk win, and greedily take inside distance. 3,5 to 1.
    Tyson looks like he lost fat; he even took his shirt off for the weigh in.
    But has he sparred enough.
    That scar tissue…
    On the other hand Usyk is Ukrainian , they’re as thick as..

    “Usyk weighed in at a career-heavy 16st 6lb while Fury – at 18st 7lb”



  3. Thoughtful says:

    Why do the orthodox never take their coats off ?


  4. Guest Who says:

    So, in summary…

    BBC Verify – their first year in numbers:
    – 1 year
    – 50 “journalists”
    – £7m spent
    – 1 trip to Glastonbury
    – 10 articles by Marianna Spring about Marianna Spring
    – 1 book by Spring about Spring
    – 1 podcast about Spring by Spring
    – 1 book by Ros about Ros
    – 1 reputation tarnished
    – 0 articles calling Hamas terrorists

    What did I miss?

    #bbcverify #defundthebbc


  5. Guest Who says:

    Extreme weather making it harder to be active

    When the weekend kids take over it gets even better.


  6. Deborah says:

    The young woman shouting at Suella Braverman on last night’s GBNews was Fiona Lali. She is the national campaigns officer of the Revolutionary Communist Party. She is obviously very learned as, as well as shouting at Suella, she lectures on The History of Communist International but she also gave a talk to Camden School for Girls on Climate Change and also seemed to study Law and Development at SOAS. Whilst she appears to be totally deaf (she obviously never heard a word of what Suella said, or asked her, what she doesn’t lack is self-confidence. She also seemed to be totally brainwashed by Hamas and the Far Left propaganda.


  7. Guest Who says:

    BBC presenter talks about ‘powerful Jewish lobby’ live on radio

    The power of a discriminatory activist lobby created within a £5B propaganda broadcaster is more of a concern.


  8. Nibor says:

    BBC tell me it’s going to be a fine day tomorrow.

    I’ll get my coat .


  9. JohnC says:

    ‘Callous’ identity fraudster jailed for £32,000 letterbox scam in London

    ‘Credit or debit cards and bank statements in 81 different identities and addresses were among 94 items discovered linking him to his crimes.’

    Normally identity fraud is one of the BBC’s hot topics and they could easily have made this into a front-page article.

    But thry didn’t. Perhaps it’s because of who did it:

    And this story has gone straight to regions. Not even on the UK page.
    Teenager convicted of killing man with machete

    Again, maybe it’s because of who did it:

    It’s clear there is no question whatsoever about whether the BBC are guilty of mass racist-discrimination. The only question is whether you agree with it. And the Left do because they are the greatest of all hypocrites.


    • G says:

      How nice it would be if all the black murdering savages were in a prison of their own. Virtually unguarded preferably. Let them get on with it………..


      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        How nice it would be if they were just lawfully executed. We would not have to pay £40k a year to keep them, and it might even be a deterrent.


  10. JohnC says:

    US warns of possible Pride Month attacks worldwide

    Here’s the truth of it:
    ‘US officials have warned that foreign terror organisations may attempt to target LGBT events around the world during Pride Month in June.’
    ‘The FBI and DHS warning also noted that three IS sympathisers had been arrested for attempting to attack a Pride parade in Vienna, Austria in 2023.’

    Then miraculously the far-right are brought in and then even promoted to first place!.
    The Counter Extremism Project, a New York-based non-profit group, noted that anti-LGBTQ ideas had been taken up by both Islamist and far-right extremists.
    “It is no surprise that neo-Nazis and jihadis often express mutual admiration for their shared anti-gay visions,” Mark D Wallace, the project’s chief executive, said in a statement.

    The ‘Counter Extremist’ web site list it’s topics as various Muslim groups and ‘Far Right Extremists’. That’s all they look at.

    What about the far-Left Mark ?. The ones funding all these Palestine demonstrations ?. And what about Antifa ? or BLM ?.


  11. Fedup2 says:

    Robinson continues to refer to ‘Hamas fighters ‘ not ‘terrorists ‘. Three dead hostages recovered … which the BBC cares less about ….
    Keep going IDF …


    • Fedup2 says:

      Just to add to this – Israel is repeatedly accused of ‘genocide ‘ – but if Israel is committing genocide – what did the allies do in WW2? Dropping 2 Anglo American nuclear bombs on japs ? Genocide ?
      No – planned organised murder is genocide – the other stuff is war …. The Palestinians are fortunate not to have lost more than the dodgy propaganda figures ( never challenged ) provided by Islamic Hamas terrorists …..

      Keep going IDF


      • JohnC says:

        ‘From the river to the sea’ is REAL genocide. And only thing stopping it happening is because they can’t do it.

        Yet these disgusting lefty/woke idiots do not even realise what they are supporting.


        • Sluff says:

          Good article by Con Coughlin in the Telegraph the other day. He points out the obvious – obvious that is to everyone but the BBC.

          Who supports Hamas ? Not the IDF. They have killed a lot of them. When the BBC tearfully tell us the latest casualty figures ‘for civilians’, note how the fail to discriminate between true civilians and Hamas.

          Who supports Hamas? Not almost all of the countries in the. Middle East. Who is taking refugees? Saudi? Egypt? Jordan? Bahrain? Qatar? The Countries of the UAE? Nope. What is it about Hamas that fellow Arab and Islamic countries are running a mile away from?

          No. Hamas is only supported by Syria, Iran, and…….all the leftists woke socialist useful idiots among students and others in the UK and other western countries. Totally weird isn’t it? The Palestine Solidarity Campaign in the UK are more interested in the Palestinians than all of the above Middle Eastern countries put together.

          Perhaps the BBC could reflect on this essential truth?
          Nope, thought not.


          • tomo says:

            Coughlin is, in tomo’s estimation, merely a conduit for other folks views – not that that invalidates what’s published…. Just saying


      • Thoughtful says:

        I think you need to think a little more about the future and what happens after this conflict.

        Israel has been seriously damaged as a result whether you like to think so or not, and is a pariah state which will require hundreds if not thousands of millions of dollars to support a destroyed economy and economic sanctions from almost the whole world.

        The Chinese economist reckons the USD has about 4 year before the currency collapse and what then? Short termism is a perenial problem for Western democracies whilst dictatorships such as China can remain with stable long term policies which run to decades if not centuries.

        The Ukraine war has shown Western military kit is not as good as it was touted to be, and the Americans are so scared of the F35 losing its mystic they banned the Israelis from flying over Russian controlled airspace. The M1 Abrams tanks are so vulnerable they have had to be withdrawn from the front line in Ukraine.

        I would like to see Israel survive and to have a prosperous future. Given the corruption in European politics many European cities are no longer safe for Jews to live, Israel has to survive.

        My deep concern is that one man and his followers is putting his own interests ahead of that and risking everything simply for his own benefit.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Stick to the BBC aspect of this .


          • Thoughtful says:

            The same must therefore apply to you too Fed.


            • Fedup2 says:

              If you read what I write about Hamas and Palestine – it tends to be in the context of the BBC Hamas reporting of what is going on . Israel (IDF ) has clearly given up trying to explain what they are doing in Gaza – or just being challenged with hostility by `bBCHamas .
              You – thoughtful – you want to fight your argument about Gaza without reference to the broadcaster – you are obsessed with forcing your view here on biased bbc – I have stopped communicating or commenting on anything you write at all .

              This comment is the final one I have with you . If you continue pushing your view out of context of the BBC I will start deleting them . Go somewhere else to fight your argument please


        • Rob in Cheshire says:


          China is not immune. Their economy depends on selling things to the west. If we stop buying, their economy crashes.

          The US Abrams tanks were being used as static defences, which is not the role of any tank. I am not surprised they have been pulled back. They are too important to be misused in this way.


          • digg says:

            Design of weapons advances most in the context of actual war or military exercise, The USA have neither of these so the agile countries who are actually at war (eg. Russia) will always have more advanced weapons and skilled soldiers.

            Russia which has had many more various conflicts than the USA have had will be bound to have much better weapons.

            The last time the USA was big time into war was when the UK had been fighting for years against Hitler and the USA came in when it was pretty sure Hitler was beat.

            Sorry Joe, your publicity hounds can’t help you, you loose!


  12. Guest Who says:

    They keep asking.

    Should BBC News change its policy and start describing Hamas as a terrorist organisation.



    • JohnC says:

      So a BBC Muslim interviews the BBC ‘Director of news content’ to ask if they should call Hamas terrorists.

      No point in even watching that one. It shows how arrogant the BBC are to set up such a farce.


      • Guest Who says:

        Then there is ‘news’ minus one.

        US warns of possible Pride Month attacks worldwide

        Hordes of tooled up bondage freaks taking on the Met’s high heels and nail varnish squad?


      • Fedup2 says:

        Apart from the fact that it evidences the pro Hamas anti Israel editorial policy of the BBC – why does the BBC insist on not calling terrorists terrorists ?
        Could it be that the BBC has done a deal with Hamas not to kill the likes of Orla or Jeremy ? Which in turn makes Hamas terrorists – right ?


  13. Fedup2 says:

    Not directly the BBC – I don’t have TV at the moment but do have ‘prime ‘ and the 3rd series of Clarksons ‘ farm . One might think they’ve flogged the farming to death – and it’s just repeats .
    But no .

    The shows presentation and content is miles away from the BBC – there are no tickboxes – apart from the alien jobsworth communist council popping in to stop anything good happening .
    I can’t compare it with ‘countryfile ‘ because I haven’t seen it for maybe 30 years …. But this programme is a happier – British – thing – than so much woke messaged crap I am infected with when I go anywhere near the BBC – can’t say about ITV as I don’t even bother looking at what dumbed down crap they put on …

    Paying for ‘prime ‘ is almost worth it …


    • Deborah says:

      Yes but Fed, sadly for farmers, what Clarkson is going through is pretty accurate for most farmers. But the BBC wouldn’t want to tell you that farming is hard work for little money compared to the size of your investment. The BBC sees farmers as people with white privilege, so to be despised. Tell that to the farmers whose potatoe crops have rotted in the fields because it has been too wet to lift them. (And potatoes are an extremely expensive crop to grow). It has happened to our neighbours. And many farmers throughout the UK have not been able to plant their fields for a 2024 crop. This should be of concern, not just for farmers but also government and uk citizens as food security matters. I am sure Sir Kier and Angela will be able to deal with it once they are in power. (G-d help us).


      • Fedup2 says:

        Deborah – I have read that some in farming ( I nearly wrote ‘community “ showing how far I have been groomed )) see Clarkson as not representative of real farms – and others saying he has done more to inform us about what farmers have to deal with on top of the weather and costs …

        … but I don’t think any politician cares about farming – they’ll spout about ‘food independence ‘ but won’t really give a damn . I don’t know whether that last British fertiliser factory closed – but I suspect it did … who in the political class wouid care ?


        • Deborah says:

          Most farmers in the UK don’t have Lamborghini tractors – but the trials he suffers gives a fair representation of what farmers have to put up with – especially relating to ‘eco’ demands by government. (I know he overdoes things but the problems are real). I think it was the last British fertilizer factory which closed last year (in a rush and don’t have time to check) but a large one did close quite recently because the cost of energy meant it wasn’t worth (!!!) keeping open.


      • Rob in Cheshire says:


        It’s all right, food comes from supermarkets, I thought everyone knew this.


    • Thoughtful says:

      It certainly was when the goats decided to kick Clarkson between the legs! Nearly as good as when one of the sheep bit him there !


  14. AsISeeIt says:

    Sex education, stone me, edition

    But first, bad politics and poor economics

    The ever-excitable Daily Mail goes with a familiar sounding scare: Hunt warns families face £2,100 bill to pay for Labour spending

    Which reminds me: ‘Brexit Would Cost UK Families £4,300 A Year’… Writing in The Times newspaper, George Osborne made the financial prediction as the Government continued to argue the case for staying in the 28-nation bloc. (Yahoo News, April 2016)

    Not so loudly trumpeted by Tory chancellors was this actual expense: The Covid-19 pandemic resulted in very high levels of public spending. Current estimates of the total cost of government Covid-19 measures range from about £310 billion to £410 billion. This is the equivalent of about £4,600 to £6,100 per person in the UK. (House of Commons Library)

    Library books defaced by prankster playwright Joe Orton go on show. Orton and his boyfriend, Kenneth Halliwell, went to jail for adding surreal gags to dustjackets in guerrilla protest (Guardian)

    Far be it from Mr AsI to even suggest doing a Joe Orton on House of Commons Library books – that’s possibly still considered a treasonable offence, punishable by public whipping, naked through the streets of Arbroath – that’s unless the Blair government scrapped that law as too archaic for New Labour tastes. But here I go anyway: The Covid-19 pandemic Lockdown resulted in very high levels of public spending. Current estimates of the total cost of government Covid-19 Lockdown measures (which were a government policy choice in terms of severity and duration) range from about £310 billion to £410 billion…

    We do so enjoy those awkward little narrative-busting juxtapositions of clashing headlines. Today we need only spread our attention a tad to span that ever-narrowing style divide betwixt Times and Guardian for sight of our next inopportune pairing.

    Photos that change how we see women – threatens the campaigning feminist Guardian feature raised female fists in black power-like salutes

    Meanwhile: Hostage’s body found in Gaza… Shani Louk, 22, a German-Israeli, was seized by Hamas on October 7 (Times) – you’ll sadly recall…

    Footage of what appeared to be the body of Louk, 22, on the back of a pickup truck on the streets of Gaza was one of the first images to surface after 7 October, as the scale of the horror of the attacks became clear. (Guardian)

    Outrage as picture showing body of murdered hostage Shani Louk wins competition… The shocking photo was among a collection of Israel-Hamas war photos awarded Team Picture Story of the Year in the world’s oldest photojournalism award (Jewish Chronicle)

    Photos that change how “WE” see women, Guardian?

    Sex education? I’ve got some revision to do, Giles Conran – teaser for his commentary, published in close juxtaposition with the Times frontpage colour pin-up pic of Ms Shani Louk, 22, in her familiar festival outfit of various decorative cross-cultural accoutrements, revealing black leather faux-native American waistcoat with mini-skirt and dreadlock hair extentions. All praise to that Rousseauian romantic conception of the Noble Savage, eh, kids?

    Speaking of sex education – as Giles Conran was just now – sometimes these segueways really do write themselves…

    Rebecca Joynes: Teacher guilty of sex with two boys (BBC)

    And those amusing awkward juxtapositions just keep coming on the formerly serious frontpage of the Times: Sharon Stone No one will give me a big role at 66 – well, there’s a thing – calm down dear

    I’m inevitably reminded of that punky shock celeb guerrilla interviewer character played by Paul Kaye: Dennis Pennis.

    Doorstepping our Sharon Stone on some red carpet back in the day Pennis shoved his mic under her nose and cheekily enquired something along the lines of: “Sharon, if the script was good enough, would you ever consider a movie role that didn’t involve you appearing naked on screen?”

    I’m tempted to dub today a ladies day.

    More from the formerly serious Times – our Sharon complains her career is over and she’s all washed up… at 66 – well, she’s had a good run and at least she’s not…

    Emma Raducanu My parents are so pushy – I don’t blame them (Times)

    Feminists, look away now: The men who changed my life Caitlin Moran (Times again. I’m considering cancelling my subscription to Cosmopolitan magazine and to get the same thing going for me taking the Times regularly instead)

    Where were we? – Ah, ladies day – while the Guardian notes: Fury and Usyk: biggest fight in 25 years – don’t worry, Graun concerns run deeper than sport: …fight is about where boxing is going – and where Saudi Arabia, the host nation, is going too – meanwhile old Labour tabloid the Mirror’s advertiser William Hill just enjoys a good punch up: Fury vs Usyk Ring of Fire May 18 – and lower down the bill over at the junior poundshop Guardian that is the ‘i’; newspaper it’s: Reeves v Raynor The tensions that could shape a Labour government

    PMT… Pre-ministerial tension, luvs?

    Emma Barnet on her ‘Today‘ debut… For the first time in my entire career, people actually pity me (‘i’) – further comment would seem superfluous apropos the BBC’s fast sinking Radio 4 flagship

    The Gruan can’t report sport without a political angle – similarly Guardianistas can’t talk entertainment without some political spin: Lights, cameras, friction… Coppola on the dangers of US politics – Aubrey Plaza – that’s an actress not an exclusive address – and Natalie Emmanuel provide the decoration with which to bookend our grizzled Francis Ford Coppola in the Gruan’s colour pin-up

    On this ladies day our business-like FT has a working lunch with: ‘Dragon’ Deborah Meadon ‘I’m not mean… I’m tough’

    But moving quickly on from business to pleasure – the FT picks up a pic at Cannes: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan poses on the red carpet…

    There’s a name to conjure with. Sometimes these segueways…

    Charles drops out of top 100 baby names for boys… Olivia and Noah remain England and Wales’ most popular baby names. (BBC) – and yet Muhammad at number two goes completely without comment from our Beeb as it goes into quite some detail discussing other less popular monikers. Further comment would seem superfluous there. Moving quickly on…

    The mildly conservative superannuated Telegraph goes with a new generation of Stone for their frontpage pin-up: Precious Stone… Emma Stone attends… Cannes Film Festival… in deep-plunge Louis Vuitton sequin gown…

    That’s quite enough of that. I’m off for a cold shower.


    • Mrs Kitty says:

      AISI the mention of the raised female fists in black gloves reminds me of Sash Johnson the so called BLM activist who was shot in the head at a packed party. The police and her mother asked the community to help identify the perpetrators, silently you could sit and watch the tumbleweeds. I remember the photo of her in hospital with her skull missing and part of me felt sorry for her but not for the reason you might think, if she had died the “ community “ would have turned out in force probably screaming that she’s a martyr for the BLM movement, as she is now she’s nothing but a vegetable on a machine so I’m sorry that she never learnt how people were scammed by the BLM leaders in America that all she believed in was dust.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Multi spelling of Mohammed used to cheat the names stats – won’t be able to hide it much longer …. And the reds will facilitate more by throwing benefits at big breeders …


    • MarkyMark says:

      “Charles drops out of top 100 baby names for boys… Olivia and Noah remain England and Wales’ most popular baby names. (BBC) – and yet Muhammad at number two goes completely without comment from our Beeb as it goes into quite some detail discussing other less popular monikers. Further comment would seem superfluous there. Moving quickly on…”

      2023 …

      The UK’s most popular baby names of 2023 have been revealed.

      Muhammad held onto the boy’s top spot, while Olivia makes a triumphant return to number one in the girl’s list.
      1 Muhammad

      2 Noah

      3 Theo

      4 Leo

      5 Oliver

      6 Arthur

      7 George

      8 Luca

      9 Freddie

      10 Jack


  15. Thoughtful says:

    Reposted because it was the last on the old thread.

    The pay for junior lawyer at Linklaters solicitorsis now starting at £150000 pa That is for a graduate uni leaver age around 22 years old.

    That’s pretty much the same amount the Prime Minister receives which kinds of puts into perspective the low pay this most important position receives.

    It’s now so risible only the super weathy like Rishi Washee or the super poor ( yeah right) like the growler Fick Ange would consider it a viable option.


    • tomo says:

      It’s all too easy to believe that the UK legal profession are actually mostly urine larcenists leveraging a protected occupation. I daresay there are good ‘uns – but in my experience, finding them is really tough without getting rinsed.


      • Fedup2 says:

        The only good lawyer is a dead one …


        • JohnC says:

          Lawers are like politicians : all they want is power and money. Which is the only reason they chose that career.

          You simply cannot trust people who are 100% motivated by greed.


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      They get the big bucks when they leave office. Who would pay £100k to listen to Theresa May?


  16. Fedup2 says:

    Not the BBC – but the thoughts of Charlie Moore in the DT thinking global – I put this up despite being fundamentally disagreeing with this ‘global view ‘. I care less about ‘the east ‘ and whether Russia gets territory back .

    All care about is stopping the UK being taken over by the third world and not getting involved in Euro wars again . We did 2 – that was enough – ENJOY

    STARTS Isolationism is a good instinct but a bad policy. The difference between home and everywhere else is vital to the human psyche and to national existence. Logically, it leads to respect for others: they have their homes, too, so neither should interfere with the other.

    Sometimes, though, others do interfere. When that happens, isolationist voices, like those Republican congressmen who held up aid to Ukraine for six months, say: “What’s it got to do with us?” Paradoxically, they make foreign interference more likely. Enemies are interfering now. Western public opinion and many Western governments still won’t face what it means. Rishi Sunak’s remarks this week about the coming insecurities were an attempt, somewhat policy-light, to do so.

    I spent Thursday on Romney Marsh, that strange expanse of the south coast which was reclaimed from the sea in the Middle Ages. The 700-year-old Corporation of Romney Marsh has a motto: “Serve God, honour the King, but first maintain the sea wall.”

    On the marsh, the sea wall is an ever-present physical fact. Without it, the place would go under water. For a country like ours, it offers a vital metaphor. Our nation will not survive naturally and unaided, but by our own constant efforts to maintain it.

    Because we have been a global power for 300 years, Britain is well placed to take a large view of these efforts. We know that it is not only a matter of defending our own coast, but of sea-lanes, trade routes, air space, and now of cyber-space; also of diplomatic links, military alliances, common political and legal cultures, shared language and more.

    For over a century, we have understood the concept of a “World Crisis” (the title of Churchill’s history of the Great War), and therefore of the need, in extremis, to fight world wars. Though the cost was terrible in both of them, we won.

    A similar understanding of global threats led the West to fight the Cold War. Nowadays, as China, Russia and Iran become more menacing, some people say: “Oh, we mustn’t have another Cold War.” They are forgetting that it was so-called not because it was unfriendly (though it was), but because it avoided a hot war of fighting and killing. The Western victory in 1989 therefore seemed less dramatically glorious than in 1918 or 1945, but really it was much better.

    Yet in that great year of 1989, a young KGB officer in East Germany, Vladimir Putin, watched with dismay and, it seems, vowed revenge. In China, the ruling Communist Party (CCP), frightened by the world’s new liberty virus, decided to massacre thousands of students in Tiananmen Square. The CCP was determined not to go the way of the Soviet Union.

    Xi Jinping’s China has been more successful than Putin’s Russia in imposing its own dictatorial power across the world. His Belt and Road Initiative is a huge strategic network to alter the control of sea and land routes and therefore the flow of natural resources in China’s favour. He has been more comprehensive than Putin in corrupting Western elites, businesses, and universities. But the commonalities between the two are strong. Like Hitler, Putin and Xi have ransacked history to develop their own self-justifying theory of conquest.

    Before invading Ukraine in 2022, Putin wrote a long essay (recently regurgitated on television to a credulous Tucker Carlson) asserting that Ukraine had never really existed at all. Xi’s “Thought” claims that Taiwan has always been part of “One China”.

    Last year, he pointedly visited China’s National Archives to consult “The Great Qing Dynasty’s Complete Map of All Under Heaven”, which is taken to indicate that Taiwan and various Japanese islands were parts of the Chinese empire. In both countries, patriotism is being, almost literally, weaponised to justify nationalist/imperialist expansion.
    (By the way, those Hamas supporters shouting “From the river to the sea” on London streets are attempting a similar historical trick – erasing the rights of another nation, Israel, to claim land as their own.)

    The West let this happen. Putin several times tested our resolve to prevent the borders of Europe being changed by force – most notably in Crimea in 2014. He found it wanting and took his chance. He has still not been defeated and has freely rearmed.

    Faced by the same sort of freedom-seeking threats as terrified the CCP in Tiananmen Square, Xi Jinping tore up the “One Country, Two Systems” Hong Kong treaty between China and Britain and brought the territory directly under Beijing’s tutelage. We rightly took refugees but wrongly accepted the fait accompli. Even today, some senior British judges sit on the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal though the rule of law has been razed all round them. This week, the security minister, Tom Tugendhat, was bold enough to criticise them for this.

    In the case of Iran, particularly during Barack Obama’s US presidency, we were faced with nuclear proliferation. Instead of preventing it, we sought to manage it by a “comprehensive” agreement.

    Perhaps, in all these cases, we longed to be considered warm rather than cold. If so, it has not worked. We fell into the 1970s “détente trap” which dangerously weakened US power against the Soviet Union.

    We tend to restrain friend, not foe. President Joe Biden has the strange habit of supporting an ally – Ukraine, Israel – and then publicly telling it what it must not do, such as attacking Rafah or firing US-made missiles into Russia. “Red lines” are normally drawn to deter enemies: Biden employs them to deter friends. No wonder that, in Taiwan, mainland Chinese propaganda has a special phrase for the thought that America won’t, whatever it says, defend the place.

    Of all the current threats to world peace, the case of Taiwan seems the most remote from British concerns. Some in the United States compound the danger by arguing that the West should divide its responsibilities, with America concentrating on China, leaving Ukraine and even the Middle East to Europe.

    Surely the key to these problems is to connect them. This week, I heard the US sinologist Matt Pottinger speak at Policy Exchange in London. A former US Marine, he became deputy national security adviser to Donald Trump and somehow stayed the course. In his new book The Boiling Moat (it is ancient Chinese advice to fortify one’s border cities with “metal ramparts and boiling moats”), Pottinger points out that Xi explicitly links Russia’s aggression with China’s opportunity, assisted by a “weak” America and a “chaotic” Europe.

    Xi, he argues, sees himself as the architect of a new order. As the Chinese leader departed Moscow after visiting Putin last year, he was captured on video telling his Russian counterpart: “Right now there are changes, the like of which we haven’t seen for 100 years, and we are the ones driving those changes together.” Xi sees world conquest as destiny.

    The only remedies against this are the severe deterrents of overwhelming force and unbearable economic cost. The hard economic facts – hard, it must be emphasised, for both sides – are that 50 per cent of global maritime trade crosses the 100-mile strait between mainland China and Taiwan, so the world economy crashes if China attacks. The key US/Japanese military aim is to make it so difficult for Chinese forces to reach Taiwan’s beaches at all that they won’t dare try.

    But the biggest point for the West to grasp is that we have moved fast into a world situation that leads to war. Until we understand that, we cannot prevent it.ENDS

    At least when the war comes it really will be over by Christmas …. The quicker the better


  17. Sluff says:

    A propos of nothing, came across this old article on the BBC website

    Fuel in Cuba to become five times more expensive

    Even the BBC feel the need to fess up to this socialist nirvana.

    But here is the point. They ran a HYS on the story. It was closed after just fourteen posts.

    Either the story was buried. Or the webshite operators didn’t want to have such a ‘negative’ story open to comment for more than the bare minimum time. Or the usual lefty contributors had nothing to say.

    More recently the BBC webshite have run a story on the failure of the Cuban sugar industry, and even the BBC state this….’ Years of chronic mismanagement and underinvestment have also wrecked the once-thriving industry’


    I mention all this because on Question Time, the BBC had on its panel one Grace Blakeley, described by The Times as a ‘30 year old popular socialist firebrand’ with such comments as ‘most people agree capitalism isn’t working’. Maybe not in every respect but it appears to be a damn sight better than the socialist alternative.

    What a shame our blue Labour government have not the bottle or the b**** to point this out and take the fight to the opposition.


  18. Althepalerp says:

    I wonder why the Palestinian civilians don’t rise up against Hamas.
    Same happened in Germany and Japan WW2.
    At the end of the day they clearly support their leaders.
    Therefore it should be called Palestinian (Not Hamas) – Israeli war


    • tomo says:

      The dissent among “Palestinians” is secondary / tertiary in the MSM agenda.

      If you think locals unanimously support Hamas, you must also have purchase a few bridges?

      Displaying *any* dissent in the “Palestinian” areas is going to have life changing consequences.

      I recall seeing accidental interviews with pissed-off Gazans during “Cast Lead” a few years ago – they didn’t align with MSM narratives so went to the cutting room floor rather promptly.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Er – I think it’s because they are relatives ….


  19. tomo says:

    I’ve seen deranged shitheads like this at an assortment of events – if I attend one in future I’m going to take a pressurised tin of paint.


  20. tomo says:

    I see The Guardian are wearing Elon Musk criticism as a badge of honor….


    Are they still forcibly dosing employees with Ayhuasca ‘erb?


  21. tomo says:


    • Sluff says:

      All of which would be needed in order for those lovely heat pumps to even attempt to heat your house in the winter. Which they won’t.

      A supply of thick wooly jumpers, hot water bottles, and electric blankets will be much cheaper. Just like when I was a lad in fact. Yes, the eco-fanatics want to send us back shall we say 60 years in round numbers.


  22. tomo says:


    • tomo says:

      “They have no clue how out of touch they are. They have no clue how moronic they are. They have no clue how much they’re despised. They’re completely oblivious. We can’t keep coasting with such pathetically low calibre politicians”

      @FUDdaily on Twitter


    • MarkyMark says:

      Can Tony do it first? Can we see his bank accounts?

      “The World will move to Biometric ID”
      – Tony Blair – WEF & Former UK PM

      Australia are the 1st nation to submit to Digital ID Legislation ‼️

      The 2030 Agenda means your Digital ID will be required to access all of everyday life.
      On it will contain every detail about you. All in the hands of the State.

      Listen to Tony Blair, during Covid, frantically trying to prevent those who choose not to get an mRNA Injection from being able to travel freely.

      It made no sense & we all knew it.

      Imagine what these Lunatics will do once this is in place? You may have had 4 jabs – what about the mPox one you missed?

      Do you really want your own individual Co2 score traced? Or limits on meat & alcohol purchases?

      That’s where we’re all heading people.

      It can be described as Technocratic Communism.


  23. Fedup2 says:

    Any Obama fan wouid have admired a propaganda piece by the BBC US correspondent – kaylor Epstein – the song she sung about the political show trial against President Trump was familiar –
    And conviction and maybe prison must be inevitable for Donald Trump .
    The democrats use anything to stop his rightful election – maybe they’ll kill him in prison …

    This was followed by a lefty called John kampner delivering a pro refugee piece about an afgee who had to leave afgshnistan ( why? Sleepy joe ) – .. I was waiting for the ‘arrived in UK ‘ but luckily for us she mugged Canada instead ….
    Pro ‘refugee ‘ pieces are pretty common on the BBC . Me – sink the boats – deport deport …


  24. Peter Sausages says:

    Why oh why do the hatefull BBC still refrain from calling Hamas Terrorists ! I wonder if they would if they blew up Labour HQ ?


    • Zelazek says:

      Interesting point, Peter.

      I don’t think their warped views on Hamas could be altered even by that. Beeboids don’t have a clear understanding of right and wrong, of good and evil, of political realities. Brainwashed at elite universities, they lack the common sense of the ordinary person. Their minds are too inflexible to understand anything outside the rigid oppressor/oppressed framework of Marxist ideology. Even when Abdul Ben Goatshagger comes to behead them, they will die believing that Hamas are still the poor innocent victims of Israeli Nazis.


  25. Eddy Booth says:

    “Sheffield nutritionist lifts the lid on transforming Tyson Fury”



    Article is going to tell us what Fury ate etc to get thinner ?
    Wrong, It’s retarded BBC.
    Nearest we get is
    “his nutritionist – says the secret has been eating more, not less”


  26. The Mouse says:

    Linked to a very large number of ‘incidents’ and comments of these ‘incidents’ on this site, I’d like to pose the following question.

    If there was an attack on the water distribution system in this country would we be informed of such an attack or would ‘authorities’ and government tell us that there was a problem with the water and it would be resolved. Continue boiling until ……………. ?

    An attack on the water system, just a hypothetical question.


    • G says:

      Fresh from a Chinese laboratory…………

      Couldn’t come from a “wet” market could it?…………


      • Fedup2 says:

        As far as I know the water system is meant to be monitored for nasties …. I suppose SW water were to busy pumping out untreated sewage to see if the goldfish monitoring the water had died ….
        There have got to better ways to attack infrastructure than going for the water supply – knocking off the wi fi wouid be far more serious …
        Mind you I recall a water company poured aluminium into the supply once – was thar Sw again ?


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Interfada Revolution ‘ is being chanted at the Hamas demo today . I’m sure it has many peaceful interpretation such as ‘peace to all ‘ …… which is how the political plod is interpreting it …
    Won’t end well ..


    • Thoughtful says:

      Seeing as Intefada translates as “uprising” I’m not sure how you can have a peaceful “uprising” but the intefada as my memory serves was in the West Bank and not Gaza. Seems there are a lot of confused people there.


    • digg says:

      Chickens keep voting for Christmas…..


  28. tomo says:

    The proposed bill stipulates a minimum of six months of community service in Gaza for those convicted.

    The leftoid jerk who runs Snopes was guarranteed to get onto that 🙂


  29. Thoughtful says:


    • kingkp says:

      This is why bank mortgages are fraudulent.
      Let’s define consideration under Common Law
      “The Common Law takes the view that not all promises are enforceable. For a promise to be enforceable, it must be shown that the person to whom the promise is made has given something in return for the promise i.e. a quid pro quo.
      If there is no consideration a promise will be unenforceable at Law.”
      When you sign a mortgage with a bank they promise to pay you the monies to the value of the house you intend to buy. You in turn promise to repay them the principal value of the loan with a certain interest on top.
      Now your consideration is clear. You have to work to earn the money to pay the interest and the principal.
      What about the bank’s consideration? When they transfer the ‘money’ electronically into your account it is created. Up until that point, it didn’t exist. In other words, there is no value in the bank’s consideration whatsoever.
      The mortgage contract is fraudulent ab initio. It’s also the reason I bought my flat outright.


  30. digg says:

    Apparently over 100,000 unsold Chinese electric cars are clogging up warehouses in European ports as people run away from them.


    So the Chinese tried to take advantage of the lunatic green laws in Europe and tried to swamp the European market.

    There is nothing green about shipping bucket loads of untested Chinese electric rubbish half way round the World and I am amazed the bigwigs in the EU aren’t taking bucket loads of crap for this lunatic farce that they alone created.

    Keep up with your green screaming BBC you are doing a grand job at consigning the mental green fiasco to the dustbin where it belongs!


    • Thoughtful says:

      The BYD Chinese EVs cost around £4K in China but they realise they can charge much more in Europe.

      They have been tested just look at all the videos of Chinese EVs on fire on youTube!


    • Sluff says:

      ….they’ll have to be sold because under the latest insane government climate crisis wheeze, petrol car makers will be fined up to £15 k per vehicle if they do not meet a certain electric car sale quota.
      The other way to meet the quota and not go bust is for car makers to stop selling petrol cars. The price of those remaining will rise massively and suddenly electric cars will become competitive.
      This country will resemble Cuba by 2050 as millions drive round in decrepit old petrol cars from the 2010s rather than useless EVs………..


  31. tomo says:


  32. Eddy Booth says:

    “Body of hostage recovered from Gaza, says IDF”

    “About 1,200 people were killed during the unprecedented attack when Hamas gunmen burst into Israel. ”

    Unprecedented is their new euphemism for terrorist, I guess.


    • Sluff says:

      1200 deaths. And not a single Leftoid march in London. Or sit-in. Or brick through a shop window. Or person glued to the road. Or person taking the knee. Or student camp.

      Not that I am suggesting any hypocrisy from the FarLeft of course.


  33. digg says:

    Any respectable human would call people who murder innocent citizens while they are held hostage “terrorists” at the very least, just not the BBC or the hordes of animals screaming for more Israeli blood in many cities in the West that are emboldened by the nodding accepting stance of our national broadcaster and apparently that of our police forces,


    Much of the western world has gone batshit crazy!


    • Thoughtful says:

      People like it this way including many on here. Rather than pay politicians the going rate they prefer countries in the oil rich Middle East who have no other real interest than the promotion of their horrible religion.
      We see the EU officials guilty of receiving bribes from these countries and many think it impossible the British politicians are doing the same, it would be incomprehensible for them not to be.

      So seriously now, do you think any political party would do anything about the BBC if that would jeapordise those payments?


      • Nibor says:

        Here we go again .

        Please tell us the ‘ going rate’ , please also tell us who you know that has not become an MP because he/ she weighed up the benefits ,wages and other jollies and thought the package was beneath him/ her .

        Please also tell us of anyone on this site that you have persuaded to your way of thinking on this subject .


        • Thoughtful says:

          TO answer your question Nibor, the answer is no one, but as I said, people lie it that way.

          And yes I do know of people who have not stood for an electioni because of the pay.


          • Nibor says:

            You answer my question by that dichotomous answer !?!

            So you don’t know of anyone who wouldn’t stand for for election because of the pay but you do know people who won’t stand for election because of the pay .


            Who are these uncommitted but potential great statesmen and what do they tell you the going rate should be ?


            • Thoughtful says:

              OK yes I see your point but at 9:39 on a Saturday evening perhaps that’s an excuse.

              Back in the day of WInston Churchill the pay for the PM was pro rate around £500K pa, however in those days there were not the thinly disguised bribes by ludicrous fees for speaking engagements.

              Both the chair of the BBC and the governor of the Bank of England receive around £450K so a £500K salary for the PM is not unreasonable.

              To balance that though they should not be allowed to receive any further income of any kind and it should all be paid into the public purse. Even if they write their memoires that should also be paid to the treasury. Same for all of the ministers to stop outside money influencing them.

              The flipside is what we have now, low pay and money from Islamic countries being used to Islamise the country, and as I’ve said before, this appears to be the direction people want the country to go.


  34. tomo says:


    • digg says:

      ECHR only wants to brick the UK because they frigging hate us…. It’s all to do with losing WW2


    • G says:

      “Why can’t we….”

      The difference between actively wanting to disinfect the sickness and appearing to want to do so.

      Rich Sunak is playing around with the gullible people. He has no intention whatever of returning anyone anywhere. What would his masters say in the WEF/Soros if he genuinely did?


  35. MarkyMark says:

    Douglas Murray Speech: We’re Dealing with a Death Cult…


    • Fedup2 says:

      Thank you marky 21 minutes worth the listen . I was wondering whether mr Murray would be able to express such pro Israel views on the British TV – BBCOFCOM just wouldn’t allow it ….
      Keep going IDF ….

      I’m surprised the IDF took Islamic Hamas prisoners on 7 October …. Summary execution would surely have been healthier …


  36. tomo says:


  37. Northern Voter says:

    I see from one of the daily papers that Edwina Izzard would not take a woman’s place in a play if she was offered it, as it would be taking a place rightfully belonging to a woman. Why change sex if you’re not going to play a woman when that is what you’re doing anyway. Stupid prat!


    • digg says:

      Don’t worry Northern Voter, that’s something you are never going to bottom by queer design. These sorts of people are just a twisted wreck of broken humanity god help them.


  38. digg says:

    Cyclists… you are amongst the most odd and unlikable humans in the country…

    Let’s get it straight, if you decide to get on a flimsy structure of metal, probably wearing slinky Lycra unlike motorbike riders who dress to crash and go whizzing along roads where one ton vehicles whizz along at three times your speed you are probably taking a risk….

    If you then decide that you can intimidate other road users by your fucking Inate right to do what the hell you want, you are asking for trouble and you will lose!


    • Eddy Booth says:

      It’s dog walkers I hate.
      They think they own the park, woods even pavements
      The novelty wore off for them, after the 100th/ 500th /1000th walk etc …and yet twice a day, bored to tears out they go again.
      Miserable and angry they put their dogs in a bad mood too.


      • Kinell says:

        I am not sure what the weight equates to from all that sh** they pick up, twice a day over 14/15 years but I wouldn’t fancy doing it.


  39. digg says:

    I think if cyclists were obliged to follow the regs of motor bike riders I.e wear crash helmets and body armour, ride one abreast, obey traffic rules and follow the rules of the road. we would see less of their bloody moaning!


  40. Eddy Booth says:

    “A united Ukrainian message”
    Sam Harris
    BBC Sport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    ‘Wladimir Klitschko is in the building. A very powerful answer when I asked him about what this will mean for the people of Ukraine.

    “For this 12 rounds it can hopefully be a pause for some entertainment. Hopefully we can celebrate a heavyweight Ukrainian champion.” ‘

    Another war mongering draft dodger on holiday.. and deciding not to use the platform to call for peace talks..



  41. AsISeeIt says:

    Gimme Gimme Gimme was a BBC television sitcom first aired in three series from 1999 to 2001. It centred on loudmouthed Londoner Linda La Hughes (played by Kathy Burke aka Waynetta Slob) and her sissy limp-wristed gay flatmate, actor Tom Farrell (played by James Dreyfus aka PC Kevin Goody in The Thin Blue Line)

    The series borrowed it’s title from ABBA’s Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)

    Archbishop of Canterbury urges Starmer to ditch ‘cruel’ two-child benefit cap (Observer)

    Whereas: The noble trait of self-sufficiency, or the “can do” mentality, long associated with the American spirit, has sadly been eclipsed by a disgusting, rapidly emerging, spoiled brat, whiney, “gimme” welfare mentality… Thomas Sowell blames the state-controlled media for this pernicious brainwashing. As Christians, we must resist this attitude, realizing the entitlement mentality destroys initiative, promotes jealousy, conceit, and self-centeredness (all traits of Satan) (Here endeth the lesson, as they used to say. A welcome debut hereabouts for the tub-thumping bible-bashing Richard T. Ritenbaugh appropriately enough this Sunday at Sabbath Home – but you get the point)

    Starmer backs multibillion-pound compensation and warns NHS ‘is not a shrine to be worshipped at’… Tainted blood is the worst scandal of my lifetime. It’s time for justice, vows Hunt (Sunday Times) – worst scandal of his lifetime… since the last one…

    Alan Bates rejects second Post Office compensation offer… second offer of compensation for the Post Office Horizon IT scandal… first offer in January, which he described as “cruel” and “derisory”, was about a sixth of what he had claimed… latest offer amounted to around a third of what he requested… Between 1999 and 2015, more than 900 sub-postmasters were wrongly prosecuted… As of 24 April 2024, 146 offers have been accepted and 138 of these have accepted offers of the £75,000 fixed payment. (BBC)

    Because of course the State can afford it all…

    Our mate Matt in the Telegraph delivers a wry smile as he ribs part of our cartoonish public services picturing a sign outside HM Prison: “Last few cells… offend now to avoid disappointment”

    Me learned friend at the bar, how are you pleading on behalf of your client, guilty, not guilty… or do you enter a plea of racism? Courts may scrap ‘culturally insensitive’ barrister whigs (Telegraph) – for a moment there one imagines some native tribe located deep in the African bush who’s warriors have since time immemorial adorned themselves with yellowed horsehair perukes and feel culturally appropriated by our briefs ‘white-whigging’ them – gosh, it would be almost as bad as blackface. Sadly the truth is rather closer to home: judiciary is poised to update court dress code following complaints from some barristers that the headpieces discriminated against those with Afro-Caribbean hair (Telegraph)

    Cuts leave UK with just one plane for Paras’ D-Day jump… The Parachute Regiment had expected to honour its wartime heroes by sending over 450 men in four aircraft – but was told that only one was available (Mail on Sunday)

    Putin must be laughing in his jackboots

    Fighting from foxholes for Kharkiv… “Russian jets incomming!” shouts Anton who was a businessman before the war. Five men pile on top of one another… (Sunday Times) – oops sounds as though we’re back in James Dreyfus Gimmie Gimmie territory – I jest of course…

    Rah-rah Slava Ukraini! Putin’s gone full tonto, this wouldn’t have happened if it wasn’t for Vlad’s toxic masculinity and all that.

    Different newspaper titles share the same old gag: Top Gere… Cannes do… Richard with wife Alejandra (Sunday People); Eva says, yes we Cannes (Sunday Express)

    What is about the rich and famous that brings out so many bad puns?

    Ha ha land… Emma Stone promotes her new movie (Observer); Fever Pitch… Rishi Sunak celebrates Southampton reaching Campionship play-off final with his parents (Sunday Telegraph) – ah, bless – it’s good of mum and dad to take the little chap out for the day. Perhaps later they’ll take him shopping for a pair of trousers that reach to his ankles.

    Not that we’re not easily manipulated by the media or remarkably suggestible as a society

    Baby Reindeer sparks stalking reports surge… calls to helpline rocket after Netflix drama (Sunday People)

    Russia and China ‘manipulating UK voters’ with social media war… pro-Palestinian influencers online in an effort to stoke division… (Sunday Times) – and there we were thinking the root of problem was the government opening the door to millions of islamic immigrants whose allegiances lie elswhere.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Hilarious if the coloured folk are going to make barristers give up their fancy dress – I assume this will apply to judges as well .
      I thought the reason lawyers become barristers was so that they could wear the kit . Next step is to unify the legal mafia and make them cut their prices ( fees ) when sucking on the taxpayer tit ( eg vexatious ‘human rights – employment tribunals – criminal cases ) ….

      I remember back in the 60s? Whenever next plane load /boat load of the third world we’re dumped in Britain ‘nothing would change ‘ and ‘it’s a one off ‘…. Really really big lies – now it’s welcome to the third world …


      • Thoughtful says:

        The legal profession have been trying to get rid of them for some time now. They’re expensive and uncomfortable.


  42. Fedup2 says:

    Come on then – who is the ‘sports presenter ‘ arrested for a sexual offence ? I think it’s Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx but I’m hoping it’s xxxx xxxxxxxx – don’t answer the question because of defamation laws – even if you think it is xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx

    Maybe just notice who isn’t on the TV any more ….


    • Mrs Kitty says:

      The person involved has been released on bail, so unless anything moves forward will be available for the tv. I know who I would like it be xxxx xxxxxxx but like you say mustn’t put it out there .


  43. Northern Voter says:

    It can”t be G… L…… as he’s offensive all of the time, sexual or not.


  44. Fedup2 says:

    Good game – they’ll need VAR I reckon …. Should be a serious subject .. I was reading some of the comments about the 30 year old lady maths teacher banging 2 15 year old boys and it wasn’t the ‘thoughts and prayers ‘ one might expect …

    … my maths teacher was an athletic American lady called Miss xxxxxx – when I was 15 the last thing I thought of was … sums … ahhhh


    • JohnC says:

      But the force has now had to disable replies to the post due to ‘incredibly disappointing’ comments. A spokesperson for GMP said replies would be removed ‘out of respect for the victims’, reports the Manchester Evening News.

      Of course they don’t tell us what those comments are but I can guess.

      All I can say is that when I was 15, there were 3 or 4 teachers we all dreamed of this happening with.

      The odd part of the story though is this:

      ‘the court was told she took a 15-year-old to the Trafford Centre and splashed out on a £345 Gucci belt from Selfridges for him.’

      Now THAT stands out as making no sense at all.


      • Eddy Booth says:

        Best guess chav parents were behind the prosecution looking for compensation,.


      • moggiemoo says:

        I wish Id had the chance to be a ‘victim’ when I was 15. Sigh.


        • Fedup2 says:

          🎼don’t stand – don’t stand – don’t stand so close to me …


    • Nibor says:

      She’s a maths teacher? It’s doesn’t add up


      • Fedup2 says:

        Used to take PE when the real one was in the clinic again … PE … stop …


  45. tomo says:


  46. tomo says:


    • G says:

      I sense the general publics positive attitude to much of the nonsense is now rising rapidly. Only a matter of time in my view.


    • MarkyMark says:

      To eliminate the Quangos we need a Quango! HA HA HAHA!


  47. tomo says:

    doesn’t mention BBC…..


    • markh says:

      Regarding the National Trust, I had the misfortune to receive its latest magazine the other day. First two pages- a selection of gay men and women who had lived in its properties. The next two pages were a spread (careful) of two lesbians currently inhabiting one. Into the bin it went. One wonders what the NT’s priorities now are?


  48. tomo says:


  49. JohnC says:

    Not BBC but I started watching ‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ last night (from Guy Ritchie). It started off as a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun, a bit like the Kingsman films so I continued.

    My God, it quickly turned into the usual agenda rubbish like every film made by the USA now.

    It took it’s first turn for the worse when – during WW2 – the two ‘civilian’ secret agents helping the meathead whitey soldiers were a very black man and a beautiful BAME woman. And these two were both like super-‘James Bonds’ in their abilities. They pulled off some amazing feats which were not actually amazing at all. They were ridiculous and stupid – with these two outwitting and running rings around the Nazis at every turn.

    And the Nazis of course were totally over-the-top evil bastards. Every one. They murdered people just for fun.

    But I finally threw in the towel when I realised that nearly everyone on this train going across Europe with our two super BAME agents on it was BAME or black – but every single Nazi in the film was white.

    Utter shit. I managed 28 minutes before I couldn’t stand it any more. Another complete disappointment which could have been entertaining.

    The Left destroy everything when they force their agenda on it.