407 Responses to General Election 22nd May 2024

  1. tomo says:


    – couldn’t really be any worse than what we’re being served up – could it?



  2. tomo says:

    Meanwhile in America


  3. Fedup2 says:

    Vennels day 2

    Paula realises she isnt going to be killed at the inquiry so she is more controlled and cold today .
    Her absence of morality – such as knowing right from wrong is still front and centre – such as not helping a sub postmaster who got sent to prison and had her baby there

    Paula would have made an ideal concentration camp guard but she d have no idea what was happening to the people going for a shower ..


    • MarkyMark says:

      Ordinary Men is the true story of Reserve Police Battalion 101 of the German Order Police, which was responsible for mass shootings as well as round-ups of Jewish people for deportation to Nazi death camps in Poland in 1942. Browning argues that most of the men of RPB 101 were not fanatical Nazis but, rather, ordinary middle-aged, working-class men who committed these atrocities out of a mixture of motives, including the group dynamics of conformity, deference to authority, role adaptation, and the altering of moral norms to justify their actions. Very quickly three groups emerged within the battalion: a core of eager killers, a plurality who carried out their duties reliably but without initiative, and a small minority who evaded participation in the acts of killing without diminishing the murderous efficiency of the battalion whatsoever.

      While this book discusses a specific Reserve Unit during WWII, the general argument Browning makes is that most people succumb to the pressures of a group setting and commit actions they would never do of their own volition.


  4. gb123 says:

    The optics, broadcast far and wide, of wet Rishi will delight the beeboids. No doubt, as the election campaigns progress , much use will be made of it.

    Unfortunately it highlights incompetence to the nth degree.

    If one of the aides had been asked to get him an umbrella they would probably come back with one of those little ones used to decorate cocktails.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Rishi needs a dinghy to stay dry?

      UK earmarks £700m for small boat arrivals until 2030
      11 December 2023


      A Home Office spokesperson said it would be “inappropriate to comment” on an ongoing procurement project.

      The second part of the contract covers the much larger and previously-criticised Manston centre which was designed to accommodate up to 1,600 migrants while officials work out where to house them.


  5. tomo says:


  6. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    Surprise surprise Nigel Farage has chosen to go to the USA rather than stay in Britain. One wonders if he will meet up with Rishi over there and talk over the good old times. Anyway, his choice.

    It seems to me that Reform have good leadership with Ben Habib, Anne Widdecombe. Ricard Tice and Lee Anderson and should be able to launch a good campaign. Ben Habib is becoming more impressive every time I hear him. I like the fact that he talks about the party as if he is in for the long haul and he’s not going to throw the towel in on a whim.
    If Reform makes a good showing in the election and grabs a huge haul of votes that will be a good base to build a formidable populist party/movement.
    What is discomforting is to see so many attacks on Reform from people who claim to be on the side of populism. While I have been critical of some aspects of the party in the past, the current
    situation is that in six weeks time there is an election and the best option by far on the ballot paper will be Reform.
    I’m hearing many voices saying “don’t bother voting it won’t do any good” or ridiculous claims about how effective non-voting could be. (especially on TCW) To these I point out that the Muslim community are very happy to use their right to vote in their quest for control because they know how effective it is.
    As Mark Steyn says “The future belongs to those that turn up for it.” Be sure that the Muslim vote will be making the most of their opportunity on July 4th. Are you going to leave the field to them?


  7. tomo says:

    No cervix statement then?


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      We don’t need BBC VeryLie to know that statement is 100% correct, given that the biggest tool he made was his own son, Surker.


  8. Fedup2 says:

    Not the BBC – but a begging letter from Lord Frost in the telegraph asking you to vote blue – please don’t – kill the blues

    STARTS I recall my utter astonishment, sitting in the Foreign Office in 2017, at Theresa May’s disastrous decision to call an early election. In 2019, sitting in Downing Street, I had a small part in Boris Johnson’s electoral poker game and his subsequent rout of the anti-Brexit opposition in December. Now, in 2024, our repeal of the Fixed Term Parliament Act, that unhappy constitutional innovation brought in by our current Foreign Secretary, has put the power to call an election back in the Prime Minister’s hands. Today he lit the electoral touchpaper.

    Good. A summer election might feel better than one in gloomy November. The economic news could easily get worse, not better. And anyway, when politics gets dominated by electoral timing, it’s time to have that election: the window to do anything substantive is gone.

    Of course we can all see the opinion polls. I have been pointing out here for many months what they imply and what we should do to change them. Little has happened. So calling an election now is high risk.

    But it also forces a real choice. Every voter must now truly consider whether they really want to give Keir Starmer and his “reformed” Labour Party a free hand for the next five years. You know for sure you will get higher taxes and more spending. You know for sure the bloated and creaking NHS will continue to fail us. The fantasy of renewables-only electricity will drive your bills up and our industry out. The trade unions will be back. And immigration, legal and illegal, will start spiralling up again.

    Above all you know that all we have done to re-establish our national independence will be at risk. Labour will blame everything that goes wrong on Brexit. They want new deals on foreign policy and trade cooperation with the EU, just for starters. They will pay the necessary price, subordination to the EU’s court and institutions, because they don’t in their heart believe we are capable of running our own affairs. Before you know it we’ll be back in the customs union, back in the single market, running to Brussels in every crisis. And everything we have fought for together since the Brexit referendum will be in jeopardy.

    I know many of you are frustrated – you, our past conservative voters, you who voted for us for the first time in 2019, you who want the different country we haven’t yet delivered. I know that many of you don’t fear Labour, or perhaps you think that, bad as they are, they can’t be worse than us. I have certainly heard from my conversations around the country since I resigned from the Cabinet in 2021 that many of you are utterly fed up and want to give us a kicking.

    I don’t blame you. I share your frustrations. I wish we had done better. I’ve tried to get us to do better. But the moment of truth is now coming. We need you back. I want you to come back.

    And the Party needs to help you come back. We can make it so much easier for you to rally to the colours if we give you something to rally around. Our manifesto is not yet written. I hope the leadership will use it to set out a proper conservative programme: get the tax burden back down; rethink net zero; look properly at what the NHS does with all the money it gets; build more houses where people want them; scrap the Equality Act; get more prisons and more powers to deal with crime; and above all cap legal immigration and get out of the ECHR if it becomes necessary to stop the boats.

    I had hoped to be standing in this election myself. That’s now in the hands of the Party. We shall see. But what’s now in your hands, readers and voters, is the decision of the next six weeks. This election will decide something very important for all of us. It will decide whether we sink back into the torpor of being a quasi-province of Brussels, or, as I hope, that the fight is still on.

    Friends, Conservatives, Brexiteers, we must now rouse ourselves. Don’t let Labour turn us back into a European satellite. Give us the strength to fight back. And help us get back on the right track. ENDS

    What a waste of words – vote reform – whatever the consequences ….if only there was a fully Right Wing Party .,..


  9. tomo says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      Home Office loses track of more than 600,000 people who should have left country, finds immigration watchdog
      UK border checks branded ‘shambolic’

      May Bulman
      Social Affairs Correspondent
      Thursday 29 March 2018 16:39 BST

      . . . . . .
      The Home Office loses at least 21,000 asylum seekers in five years – and the true figure could be far higher
      . . . . . .

      Migrants crossing Channel so far in 2024 nears 10k



  10. tomo says:

    That’s a nope from me


  11. tomo says:



    • MarkyMark says:

      “Anna Soubry: If White British Community Learned More From Muslims Then UK Would Be A Better Country”
      {huffingtonpost.co.uk sep2017}



    • Fedup2 says:

      Looks like Anna is touting for a Labour Peerage – I think even the Starmer Gang wouid recognise an empty bottle of red when they see one …


  12. tomo says:

    a fraud


  13. Foscari says:

    There should be no surprise that the Republic of Ireland
    should support Palestine. Ireland was the ONLY country
    still part of the Dominions that stayed neutral in
    the Second World War.
    Yes many brave soldiers, sailors and airmen from the
    South of Ireland fought for the allies. It is just a pity that
    those who absconded from the Republics armed forces
    to fight for the allies were treated very harshly after the war.
    And were only finally dissolved of their heinous crimes of
    fighting for the Allies in 2013.


    • Greencoat says:

      ‘those who absconded from the Republics armed forces
      to fight for the allies were treated very harshly after the war’

      I think there’s some exaggeration here. My father recalled going back to Dublin on leave – wearing his British army uniform – and being bought drinks in every pub he called into.


  14. MarkyMark says:

    Vote early! Vote often! Vote via postal!


  15. MarkyMark says:

    Labour in power …. whould might have been … 2CE62BD700000578-0-image-a-4_1443530040518.jpg


  16. Thoughtful says:

    I think it worth asking readers today to take a look at the Newspaper front pages by means of illustration of a point I would like to make but is difficult to give examples of.

    It’s said that he who controls the lens controlls the story (or narrative), so take a look at todays papers most of which you will know the political leanings of to look at the images they have chosen to use of Rishi Sunak.

    The words to a piece could be identical, but the first thing your eyes see is going to set the tone of the content you later read. Choose a heroic pose or a soaked or washed out one and its a completely different story.

    Today is one of those rare days when there wasn’t much choice about what to publish It’s Sunak at a lectern so they are all pretty much the same.
    The problem comes when the reader doesn’t know what the other images were and is presented with something which is posted to set the tone and illustrate a story.

    This is an opportunity for some subliminal bias and it really does go on – unnoticed for the most part because you don’t have the other images to make a comparison.

    Ed Millibands bacon sandwich is a good example of this many will remember and this is why you hear shutters rapidly clicking hoping for the one frame which is the money shot.


    • MarkyMark says:

      When Theresa May was presented on Russia Today she always was holding a wine glass or drinking from a wine glass! It’s all quiet amazing!

      . . . . . .

      Venezuelans urged to eat rabbits (by president Nicolás Maduro) amid food shortages {bbc.co.uk sep2017}

      Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has devised a “rabbit plan” to counter the economic war he says is being waged against his government by “imperialist forces”.

      – Dear BBC, why was I expecting a picture of Jeremy Corbyn eating Venezuelan rabbit stew, for solidarity, on the BBC news article?

      – Remember when the BBC dropped a big photo of Jeremy Corbyn giving a football top to Mr. Barnier when talking about Brexit {bbc.co.uk jul2017}?

      Old news from 2017 … https://biasedbbc.org/blog/2017/09/13/mid-week-open-thread-124/#comment-866534


      • Fedup2 says:

        Let’s hear it for one Mohamed Nur, 34, who has been given a minimum prison sentence of 32 years for a random killing and a number of slash attacks in londonistan .

        As usual the BBC report omits any mention of motivation for said attacks and cannot rely on ‘mental issues – so we are left speculate as to why Mohamed Nur, 34, did such evil deeds …

        Perhaps it was ‘cultural’

        BTW Mohamed Nur, 34, refused to attend his trial – the jury took 1 hour 47 minutes for guilty on all charges … now where’s that death penalty when you need it ?


  17. tomo says:



  18. Thoughtful says:

    I’ve just been sent a link to a new news group, promising to be unbiased and impartial called 1440


    I have no idea about this group as I haven’t signed up, but the fact it exists shows that we are not alone in seeing the bias agendas and narratives the MSM are peddling.


    • MarkyMark says:

      More Student Debt Relief

      The Biden administration approved the cancellation of $7.7B in student debt yesterday for an estimated 160,500 eligible borrowers. The move is part of the White House’s incremental approach to canceling federal student loans via program adjustments as it builds out a broader debt plan. Yesterday’s approval brings the administration’s total debt relief to $167B for nearly 5 million borrowers.



      • Thoughtful says:

        There are question marks over the legality of this, but as the RINOs seem incapable of holding their mates accountable nothing is likely to happen.


  19. Thoughtful says:

    Tory election poster from 1909:



  20. Terminal Moraine says:

    Just in case anyone’s bored of the corruption in UK politics here’s some fun from Congress —

    Senior advisor to Fauci at the NIH has been caught telling his boss how to avoid potential FOIAs by switching to private email: “i learned from our foia lady here how to make emails disappear after i am foi’d but before the search starts, so i think we are all safe”.

    His farcical attempt at justification has a touch of Fawlty about it, I half expected the major to stroll past…



  21. Fedup2 says:

    Day 2 of 3 . No rehearsed tears today – but plenty of ass covering ….. the ‘media strategy ‘ for not dealing with knowingly wrongful convictions just adds to the moral bankruptcy of this vicar .

    It’s also an insight into the inadequacy of the political quango class – so deceitful – inept and out of her depth – primary aim of self survival and the defence of her damned company – sod the post masters – they are just little people – an inconvenience …
    Day 3 will be tasty I think because victim barristers will be able to stick the knife in and twist …..

    Apparently the dodgy cabinet secretary turned up at the covid inquiry today …


  22. Thoughtful says:

    So very funny, but not the neo Nazi anti White race hate Woke idology promotes:


  23. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    If it’s a hung parliament and the libdems form a government, probably with Labour, they want to make sure one of their manifesto promises should happen…proportional representation.
    Then, if Reform gets 10-20% at the next election they should get 10-20% of the seats.


  24. Johnda says:

    Never ever Lib Dem’s


  25. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    While I don’t expect Reform to get any seats this time I have a bad feeling about the next election where many are saying Reform will be making a sizeable breakthrough with a good number of mp’s.

    Labour will make everything worse and my fear is that people will vote Tory just to make sure Labour doesn’t get a second term because they think voting Tory will be the only sure way to get Labour out.

    This will take votes away from Reform.
    People will not want the Tories back in but will think it’s the only way to get Labour out.
    The other scenario is Reform and Tories getting 25% each with Labour getting 30-40% of the vote and with our crap system they will get another majority.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I think it will depend on whether the ‘Tories ‘ as you call them – are actually Conservatives – as in Right Wing – smaller state – less public waste – less taxes and even a bit British ,,,,

      Hopefully so many of the blue socialists still thinking they might get re elected this time will die politically – I’m hoping on less that 50 blue seats – I put my 50p on it today ….

      A big red majority will fix voting next time – the voting age will drop to 10 – and anyone can vote – no need for voting registers or ID – you will even be able to do it on line as many times as you want ….

      I know I should nt say it – but I really hope the next 42 days get nasty – ( btw – I think 4? Blues have stood down today bringing the number to @ 70? Still not enough ….)

      The manoeuvring for the outgoing honours list will be grim with so many wanting peerages ..


  26. Zephir says:

    I make no apologies on a further post on the same subject, MORE palestinian terrorists rapists, considering the blind bbc and moron student protestors:

    “The father and son Hamas rapists – Terrorists describe going house to house carrying out sex attacks and murder: ‘One screamed and cried… father raped her then I did then my cousin did then father killed her’



    • Northern Voter says:

      Hello you midweek marauder, what the fook has this to do with the Blackhearted Broadcasting Corporation? Cretin!


      • Fedup2 says:

        I’ve left some of the Thursday night troll stuff up for entertainment value – I thought it would be off campaigning for a Hamas red MP by now..


    • Nibor says:

      Er Maxincony,

      Saying something and doing something are treated differently in a court of law .
      So if you said “ I hate Zephir I would love to kill him “ you wouldn’t be convicted of anything.
      If you murdered him you would .
      Saying something nasty and doing something nasty aren’t equal.


  27. Zephir says:

    And how about this bbc muzzies and students ?

    “Muslim footballer crudely TAPES OVER anti-homophobia badge on his kit – but is backed by his country’s FA for his ‘religious reasons’ despite club’s anger”



  28. Thoughtful says:

    I read that the Tories might have called the election at the time they did because the Euros football is on, in addition it will be holiday time and the weather better.

    They are hoping people will be distracted, either a low turn out or people won’t get the message – clearly they haven’t counted on the BBC !


  29. Thoughtful says:

    Worth a watch and let us hope it’s not true:


  30. tomo says:


    • JohnC says:

      A thick-as-shit Deputy PM. Showing the Americans we can do it just as well as they can.

      Has politics always been this bad ?. I never saw Maggie making a complete arse of herself like that.


      • MarkyMark says:

        “… this liberal (Maxine Waters) will be all about socialising, urm, um, errm, (edited video where she looks down at book Communist Manifesto for Dummies) , urm, um, errm, would be about basically taking over and the Government running all your companies.”


    • Guest Who says:

      BBC Moaning Emole

      Sophie Zeldin-O’Neill
      24 May 2024
      Good morning. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is speaking to the BBC this morning

      This is not news.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Diane Abbott on LBC policing interview – BBC News


  31. maxincony says:



    • taffman says:

      Back Trolling again maxincony. Where have you been till now ?


    • JohnC says:

      Was Fed referring to that boy or the countless young males arriving illegally who we see regularly murdering people like savages maxi ?.

      We’ll never know because you provide zero context or any link to what he actually said. A typical scumbag left-wing troll trick.

      I can’t even begin to imagine the bitterness and spite filling your little brain while sat producing these vile pictures.

      Try producing counterarguments and reason instead of going directly to attack the person like you always do. I’ve never seen you do that once.

      You can add yourself and all the other far-left trolls producing these cheap and nasty lies to spread across the internet to Fed’s bucket of human sewage. You are a disgusting human being.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Are you reflecting on the country of origin how it does not care or the parents?


    • atlas_shrugged says:

      Hey Marxi

      You make a great point. A record number of UK mothers are murdering their unborn babies (251,377 in 2022) because they can not afford to raise them because they are having to pay for the 800k + illegal invaders every year.

      I look forward to you paying for my free 4-star hotel.


  32. AsISeeIt says:

    So it turns out that anyone who had the foresight to lay a bet on this dead cert is a winner: PM concedes no Rwanda flight before poll… (giveaway Metro)

    Inside the secret government Rwanda training base (BBC) – not that secret then, is it?

    Lay your wager now that it’ll be green card Rishi seat-warmer for Starmer who’ll be leaving the UK on the earliest convenient flight after the election.

    The jokey blokey Daily Star have got this one about right: The general ejection… Holiday bookings up 57% as we all flee the bull and baloney of July 4 election

    Even overly-keen psephologists at our BBC have their attention elsewhere: The events clashing with the UK’s summer election… Here is what the UK’s jam-packed election summer looks like – and how to make arrangements to vote if voting day clashes with plans – vote early, vote postally, eh?

    Sunak makes faltering election start after Rwanda and smoking setbacks (FT)

    Our licence-funded gynaeceum that is BBC News Staff liked that one and even – extraordinarily – find themselves quoting the jokey blokey tabloid: Newspaper headlines: ‘Faltering election start’ and ‘General ejection’ (BBC)

    Meanwhile it’s rather fitting that it’s the headline gleaned from the corporate advertising left-leaning freebie Metro that takes top spot in the BBC online press line-up

    Rishi’s bumpy take-off (Metro)

    Apparently, ever since Obama’s first campaign all voters ever want is change

    Sadly, the celeb-obsessed Metro won’t change the pun: In the Cannes The best of the fest

    Don’t like this war anymore? : Ukraine makes gains in its other war – fighting corruption (BBC)

    Our BBC discovers another war. And picks sides of course: The BBC spent a month inside Myanmar, where young medics, teachers and fighters are powering the revolution against the ruling military junta from jungle hideouts and front lines.

    Speaking of medics and teachers… that sounds a lot like the favourite constituency of the Guardian: ICJ set to rule on Israel’s war in Gaza today – don’t like the bloodshed and enmity of warfare? Simply rule the war illegal, that’ll fix it for sure.

    A welcome return now for that former Mr AsI favourite the female celeb angst feature

    Daisy Ridley Star Wars made me ill with stress (Times) – shoulda tried some Jedi mind tricks, luv

    Join the dots puzzle

    Europe’s population shrinks even faster (FT); Hard times blamed for abortions at record high… women being forced to “choose between financial stability and having a baby” (Times)

    Not to worry… the ruling Uniparty regime has got this…

    Net migration to UK hit record 745,000 in 2022, revised figures show… Office for National Statistics raises previous figure by 140,000 and gives estimate for year to June of 672,000 (Guardian, November 2023)

    The Tories may have gone a tad too quick there and people started to notice

    Migration numbers fall further as measures have major impact… Government action cuts migration on key routes by 25% in the first 4 months of 2024, compared to the same period in 2023. (Gov.UK) – isn’t it amazing what they can do when they try? But just like the recent decline in the inflation numbers – all the previous huge increase is now built in.


  33. Guest Who says:

    I have seen the future of politics, and it is not pretty.



    The bizarre part is they are using Wales as a support point.

    Then again, the alternatives…



    • MarkyMark says:

      Saudi are shooting people at the border – SANCTION!
      India are buying Russian oil – SANCTION!
      UK Sending arms to Yemen – SANCTION!
      Palestine are sending rockets to Israel – SANCTION!


    • MarkyMark says:


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      Young people demanding that the Tories and the Labour party commit to a two-way arms embargo on Israel, and to stop all new oil and gas licences
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  34. Guest Who says:

    Even the lights are not on.

    One #bbcqt audience member: “I’ve come to this program really wanting to listen to what the Labour Party is going to say. I used to vote for the Labour Party, and you’ve not answered any question at all”
    Bridget Phillipson smiles.

    Vacant does not come close.

    This… is the future.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Word Soup! HA HA HA HA HA!

      Free Word Soup for all Labour memebers!


  35. Foscari says:

    I know I have written about this before but it still astounds
    me that on the main BBC internet page EVERY ONE of
    the images on the cost of living crisis features a black
    Getty’s model.
    I don’t believe that every model who works for Getty’s is
    black . so what is the answer? Does BIG BROTHER from the
    BBC’S diversity department insist on it?
    Yes the BBC does change the imaging occasionally during the
    day. But as is today’s imaging . The BBC’S agenda is to educate the unwashed 85% indigenous white population of the UK
    in their diverse, positive discrimination, inclusive , woke
    perverse, inverse racist doctrines.


    • MarkyMark says:



      Economy link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/clm1wxp5378t

      Douglas Murray The Truth about Google Images

      Google to fix AI picture bot after ‘woke’ criticism
      Published 22 February


      • Guest Who says:

        Not Getty.


        The geezer stage right… eco perfection.


        • MarkyMark says:

          “Butterfly art aims to spark climate conversation”

          Schoolchildren have helped to craft hundreds of paper butterflies that are on display around a museum in a bid to spark conversation about the climate crisis.


          climate crisis. = THEY ALL PLAY ON THEIR PLAYSTATIONS!




      • Foscari says:

        Marky- And the BBC couldn’t care less what the
        85% indigenous folk of the BBC care. Just as the
        anarchist Marxist news editors couldn’t give
        a sh*t that the overwhelming percentage of folk
        in the UK don’t support Hamas, as they do. The
        only reason being that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend”
        And is Israel is a western democracy.
        A very simple truth of all this. Is that the BBC picked jury
        for the Eurovision Contest gave Israel NUL points. I expect one of the boxes they ticked was “do you support Hamas”
        The general public in the UK ‘s answer to this was to give Israel
        12 points the top points.
        If somebody in authority could stop Khan and his sycophant
        police force in London from allowing what’s going on in the streets in London every Saturday for the last seven months.
        And stop the boats with their further fuel for the likes of Khan.
        The Conservatives may still have a chance of not being
        a non entity on July 5.


    • Foscari says:

      Just as an appendage. Surely its just a coincidence . But as soon as I
      write about this imaging. I see that the BBC change the
      image ! BUT the new one is not from Getty’s. So maybe
      Getty’s don’t employ or have very few white models for cost of living imaging.


  36. MarkyMark says:

    Good luck voting comrades!

    Rishi – green card for USA whilst chancellor – does not care.
    Starmer – Westminister or Davos – Davos everytime.
    Ed Davey – change is coming (change from his postal office winnings)
    Caroline Lucas – she wants you as compost for the trees.


  37. Guest Who says:

    Love it when LBC staff try to out O’Brien O’Brien.

    Here we, here we, here we f***king go.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “I am standing as an independent candidate for the people of Islington North. As your MP, I will continue to be an independent voice for equality, democracy and peace. Please join our campaign at http://votecorbyn.com. Let’s prove that when we come together, we can win. ” Corbyn

      Natasha Clark @NatashaC Political editor
      @LBC Previously @TheSun @TheTimes

      Londonlbc.co.uk/radio/Joined July 2009
      3,506 Following

      . . . .. . .. . . .

      I remember PMQ with Theresa May and Corbyn …. went something like this…..

      Theresa May “Well comrade here we are again, how is the failed state of Islington going after 34 years sending it to the bottom of the league table – worse place for women and housing in Britain according to a BBC report in 2017?”

      Jeremy Corbyn “Still the same position, bottom due to my leadership and socialist ideals. So have you sorted the mass immigration which would make it impossible to build a cohesive society according to you in 2015 yet?”

      Theresa May “Sort mass immigration? No, I just mentioned stopping plastic and lonely people and the people start ranting about it to the point where all other problems vanish.”

      Jeremy Corbyn “Excellent .. same time next week then.”


  38. Fedup2 says:

    Let’s play a game . Guess what questions meesh lines up for the next PM – sir kier ….

    1 student fees
    2 2 child benefit limit
    3 Inflation
    4 elphick
    5 abolishing the lords
    6 recognising Hamas Palestine

    There was no mention of the boat invasion – green crap – housing – taxes – apart from saying some laws can be changed quickly ….

    Listening to meesh – it really sounds as though the BBC thinks it is the proper government and not the gangs we are given to vote for …
    Listening to comrade Robinson and meesh interviewing today -I wonder if one of the reasons they interrupt so much is too much coffee – or is it too much coffee …?
    Meesh did give starmer an earlier time than Robinson …


  39. atlas_shrugged says:

    The Royal Society has just honoured two foreigners by making them members:

    The Climate Scientist Michael Mann and Anthony Fauci


    I am speechless! This just confirms my belief that corruption has reached the highest levels in the UK.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “The Royal Society (RS) is the world’s oldest scientific academy, which, despite its name, began the decoupling of truth from power. Its motto, Nullius in Verba, translated as “on the word of no one”, puts truth claims out of the hands of the mighty and into the hands of anyone capable of reason and empirical observation. Objectivity, not princes, should rule, and claims to truth must be testable. But the Royal Society’s recent honours to some of the world’s most controversial scientific figures reveals the decline of institutional science into ideological blobbery. ”


    • G says:


      A complete and utter web infecting all.


  40. Sluff says:

    And in yet another triumph for our NHS heroes we have this

    ‘A surgeon left a medical specimen bag inside me after hernia op’
    Sussex Police are investigating at least 105 cases of alleged medical negligence by two surgery teams at the University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust.


    What annoys me is that the BBC does cover these stories but consistently then ignores them and fails to join the dots and address the real issue. Nationalised industries do not serve customers well. They serve themselves. They protect themselves. The stories are quickly buried.
    Whereas if the private sector gets it wrong (water companies and sewage discharge) the roof falls in, there are HYSs on the website and it is headline news for days.


  41. MarkyMark says:

    If Sunak is responsible for energy prices coming down then he must also be to blame for them having gone up in the first place. How about he explains to us why energy prices in USA have ALWAYS been much lower than in UK throughout the entire period ? That’s a better measure of his policies on energy, fracking, oil exploitation and Net Zero.”


  42. Nibor says:

    Fed ,
    I notice my comment has gone as well as Maxincony’s .

    I think it’s better to leave Maxi’s comments up as

    A ; it stops confusion

    B; it shows this site is open , no censorship and everyone can have a robust debate and we have no fear .

    C; Maxincony and his team are not that good at defending the BBC .

    I know Maxincony can be irritating with his drive by sniping but hey ,if that’s the best the BBC can get to defend them well we’re on a winner.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Nibor – I can’t remember taking your comment down – but I apologise anyway – I may have been tired and emotional ….

      … as for the trolls – I try to take them down before anyone sees them ( sometimes ) but the Thursday night one seems to work late – presumably cleaning up KFC after it closes so that’s more challenging .

      It even put one up referring to me and the term ‘human sewage ‘ – I can’t remember using such a colourful term – but I will now . I presume human sewage is the term for the third worlders invading Blighty every day – seems most apt .

      Apologies again on the take down …


  43. Guest Who says:

    Could @BBCNews have got this more wrong? Every day I am more and more furious about their horrendous bias.
    Pro-Palestine supporters weren’t trying to hold a ‘vigil’.
    They were trying to stop people seeing a film about the massacre of the Nova festival. They had earlier daubed the cinema in blood red paint and called the documentary ‘artwashing’.
    Jews and allies showed them enough is enough: we are mourning but our spirit and love of life cannot be dimmed.

    A BBC ‘mostly peaceful’ vigil?


    • Terminal Moraine says:

      Sorry Guest, I posted below before seeing this. It’s not on the BBC website.


  44. JohnC says:

    Quick random check of the BBC web site to see what they are doing with the election – and what main headline do I see ? :

    ‘We’re only making commitments we know we can fulfil, says Keir Starmer’
    With articles which read more like a party political broadcast and a banner picture at the top of the page showing Starmer with his masses of smiling supporters.

    So I looked down the article for anything about Tories and the first I found was:
    ‘Sunak’s ‘presidential’ campaign moves to Belfast’ and the BBC seemed to think it was appropriate to tell me this:
    ‘Sunak isn’t popular with everyone – and the constant attention means there is more room for slip-ups (he asked yesterday how people in Wales were feeling about the summer of football, despite Wales not qualifying for the Euros).’

    And this is how it’s going to be. I wonder if anyone at OFCOM will count ‘strong positives’, ‘positives’ and ‘negatives’ for each party in the BBC reports. because THAT is where the truth of their bias is hiding.

    It’s become a joke already and they’ve only just started.

    Look on the bright side : we’ll be shut of Sunak who will resign immediately, Cameron can take his arrogant , spoilt brat face somewhere I can’t see it and the Tories will get a kick up the backside to become Tories again.


  45. Terminal Moraine says:

    Not on the BBC:

    “Pro-Israel and pro-Palestine crowds clash outside historic north London cinema hours after venue was daubed in red paint for showing film about Hamas’s October 7 atrocities”

    Add that to the woman arrested in the streets of Stamford Hill throwing a knife at a woman this month and saying “you people, you Jewish…all the trouble you’re creating in the world.” Also the arrest of the Muslim with a knife who was fought off with shopping trolleys in a Golders Green supermarket in January.

    None of it covered by the BBC.



    • Terminal Moraine says:

      Video here (is the site not displaying Twitter posts properly again or is it me?):



      • MarkyMark says:

        “Protest in East Finchley yesterday ”

        The Phoenix Cinema in East Finchley was expected to be surrounded by pro-Palestinian protesters as campaigners called to boycott the Seret film festival and a private showing of Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre at the venue tonight (May 23).

        The documentary tells the story of the young victims and survivors at the Nova festival in Re’im during the October 7 Hamas attack.

        But even before the screening took place, the cinema was defaced with graffiti reading ‘say no to art washing’.



        • Foscari says:

          Margaret Thatcher will be turning over in her grave for
          what is happening in her former constituency. Both
          Finchley and neighbouring Barnet are going to be lost
          by the Conservatives on July 4.
          Mike Freer the Finchley MP has succumbed to fear amongst
          other things . I expect most of us would be apprehensive
          to say the least at just escaping being slashed to death
          by Ali Harbi Ali just before the scum bag succeeded in
          murdering Sir David Amess MP in
          Southend. Of course the arson attack on his offices in Ballards Lane in Finchley by the “usual subjects” didn’t help Mike
          Freer’s nerves.
          Barnet MP Theresa Villiers having been Northern Ireland Secretary of State and having her life threatened by the IRA
          every day . Before the IRA is now seems more interested in supporting Hamas. Villiers is pretty immune by now to
          threats on her life. She has been an extremely hard working
          Constituency MP. Whom is going to lose her seat because
          of the now demographics of Barnet.
          What we have seen in Barnet and of course all over
          the country is how birth rates come into play. But of
          course there is a double whammy here in Barnet.
          Villiers has audacity to support Israel’s right to exist.
          And one has only got to pick your grand- children up from
          school to see all the pregnant women picking up their other
          three children to realize how changed demographics affects
          But of course its not just that. The Conservatives in power until
          July 4 don’t know what conservatism means anymore.


    • Foscari says:

      Yes Morraine. Not even mentioned on the BBC’S
      Londonistan Programme . The four times a day
      party political broadcast on behalf of the mayor of


    • Guest Who says:

      No probs; worth revisiting.


  46. Fedup2 says:


    Day 3 – vennels gets beaten up by subpostmaster barrister – the lies – the lies – celebrating convictions knowing the computer was dodgy – the post office allowing corrupt expert witnesses to lie to criminal courts and assign innocent people to prison …

    I think one recommendation which will come out of this is the way courts regard expert witness evidence – perhaps with a new crime aimed at experts telling lies in court – above perjury …..


  47. Fedup2 says:

    The monster child killer lucy Letby has lost her appeals – nurses are angels arnt they ?

    Don’t forget to clap


  48. MarkyMark says:

    15th April, 2024, 8:00 am
    Suspended, expelled, quit: Who are the MPs sitting without the Labour whip?

    Diane Abbott

    Nick Brown

    Jeremy Corbyn

    Geraint Davies

    Conor McGinn

    Kate Osamor

    Claudia Webbe


  49. MarkyMark says:

    BREAKING NEWS “Lana Del Rey says her Bond theme was turned down”

    “Lana Del Rey says her cat was stuck up a tree”


  50. The Mouse says:

    Come on ladies and gentlemen and the others,

    It’s as clear as the nose on your face. Labour will win, a nailed on certainty. If by fluke Tories managed a miracle it will mean no change and things will continue to slide in the direction of the globalist will. In other words, give up all hope.

    By voting for REFORM and pushing the number of actual votes as close to the Tory vote as possible it gives the country an alternative party come the next election. If the country implodes under a Labour government (very possible if the economy tanks, the boat people flood in with further amnesties, more woke, unemployment increasing, no real change in the NHS, etc), we could see a no confidence vote within a couple of years leading to another election. Enter REFORM.

    If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

    PS: Remember, the previous Labour government had money to waste when they entered office, and eventually handed it back to the Tories with zilch, this time it is very different.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Good luck voting comrades!

      Rishi – green card for USA whilst chancellor – does not care.
      Starmer – Westminister or Davos – Davos everytime.
      Ed Davey – change is coming (change from his postal office winnings)
      Caroline Lucas – she wants you as compost for the trees.
      Richard Tice – day 1 we will … day 2 … it’s too hard.