186 Responses to Weekend 1st June 2024

  1. Scroblene says:

    Hiyaaaaaaaaah Uppers!


    (I was just passing by, empty glass in hand, when the alarm went off, small/huge dog started barking, Senora O’Blene demanded a refill, and I had to escape to do the washing up…)

    Life gets tedious , don’ it…

    (Just watched a M*A*S*H from way back – the one where Frank tries to auction garbage to the locals! Radar was just great in that one, Hawkeye was not quite getting to where he should with the really pretty nurse…)!


    • JohnC says:

      I found ‘Yus my dear’ the other day with Arthur Mullard and Mike Reid.

      Delighfully stupid, simple slapstick comedy with no agenda whatsoever except to try and entertain you.

      How long is it since we’ve seen anything like that ?.

      And it’s always interesting to see ‘stars’ in it before they got famous. Mike Baldwin is in one of them and it had a chopper’ in it which Arthur tried to ride but the back tyre popped when he got on it.

      I remember falling off mine with the dreaded front-wheel wobble.


      • Zephir says:

        Yes and when I fell off a chopper bike, those bloody handlebars… the end of one straight into the groin…


        • Lunchtime Loather says:

          Gear stick on the cross bar, hit a kerb, you can guess where the gear stick ended up as I slid off the saddle. No surprise I have no kids!


      • Scroblene says:

        Checked out Arthur Mullard – not actually very nice it seems…

        I used to love him, working with another actress whose name I’ve forgotten, so that’s not much help is it!


  2. Jeff says:

    As you already know, there’s been yet another horrific Islamist attack in Germany. We should be getting used to these by now. Actually, I think we are…

    What I think is worthy of note is how our ever-reliable MSM are choosing to report the carnage…two men stabbed, one a policeman and the Muslim assailant shot and (hopefully!) dead. The victim has been described as “Far right”…a “rabble rouser” and an “Islamophobe”. So, in essence, a pretty normal bloke.

    The chap who has been so badly injured was attacked for warning the public about the very sort of assault he has just been subjected to…and yet he’s the bad guy.

    There’s one good thing happening in Europe and that’s the growing popularity of political groups that aren’t afraid to speak openly about the problems caused by these backward peoples that have come to live amongst us. They’re gaining strength almost everywhere.

    Meanwhile, we’re getting Keir Starmer…


    • JohnC says:

      Just commented on the same Jeff.

      What we call the return of common sense, the BBC are calling ‘The rise of the far-right’ as if it’s come kind of social deformity which must be stamped out.


  3. Sluff says:

    Another example of the BBC’s truly warped priorities.

    On the 6 pm news, an interview with a D Day veteran was cut short in order………to feature an American Asian boy who has won a spelling competition…………in America.

    You just can’t make it up.


  4. Sluff says:

    The BBC webshite helpfully has a web page with charts and graphs about South Africa.
    The ANC has been in charge for 29 years.

    Let’s see how SA has fared after all these years of black majority rule, remembering most of the population is black.

    1.Per capita GDP down 20% since 2011.
    2. The most unequal country in the world, closely followed by Namibia, Zambia, Eswatini, Botswana. Anyone notice a pattern?
    3. Unemployment rate 33%. As high as 44% for 15-34 year olds.
    4. Assault, Robbery, Murder, Rape crimes all up since the end of Covid.
    5. Days with scheduled power cuts up from 0 days per year in 2017 to an astonishing 289 in 2023. The power company, Escom, is of course state owned.

    Not a huge success is it? Yet the ANC still manage to poll 42% in this week’s election. One has to conclude that the gullible population, many even now voting on bitter-and-twisted sectarian lines, deserves all it gets. Which is very little.


    • JohnC says:

      People voting on purely racist grounds here is one of the great elephants in the room the BBC will never go near.

      A Palestinian terrorist against any white person would win by a landslide in many of our constituencies. That is the essence of what we have imported.


  5. JohnC says:

    German anti-Islam activist injured in knife attack

    … or could have been …

    ‘Six people stabbed by Afghanistani man in Germany’.

    Which would be MUCH more accurate and informative.

    This article focuses FAR more on the anti-Islam group than why he might have been stabbed. The contempt of the author for the man who got stabbed slips through the cracks at the with the monumentally unprofessional line:

    ‘He was a member of the Christian Social Union (CSU) – the Bavarian sister party of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) – but left before he was kicked out.’

    ‘Sarah Fowler’ at the BBC also gets ‘far-right’ in there 3 times and ‘right-wing’ twice.

    It’s clear to me from the article that Sarah thinks the anti-Islam activists deserved it. She concentrates far more on him than these racist hate-driven stabbings.

    Well done Sarah. You are everything we expect the BBC to be.sarah-in-nyc2.jpg


  6. Fedup2 says:

    And let’s hear it for 19 year old ? Nasen Saadi From Croydon ( via some 3rd world Islamic hole) . Mr Saadi has been charged with the murder of a lady on a beach at Bournemouth – Bournemouth ? And serious injury to another …. Last Wednesday night …
    Do you wanna play ‘guess the scenario ‘ ? Apparently you mustn’t because of the pending trial …..

    …but do you notice how some cases get huge press attention and others don’t ? – even in an election ?

    The secret ‘guidelines ‘ the msm has been given by BBCOFCOM to downplay the crimes of Muslims comes in with cases like this …. ‘Community cohesion ‘ aka Britain being attacked by these imports is more important than the lives of individuals …..
    But it can’t go on ( right 77 brigade ?)


  7. Fedup2 says:

    Some good news for the blue party – a poll of 10000 people has found that if voting intentions stay the same the blues will have as many as 66 MPs – with plenty of cabinet ministers being booted out …. This is obviously encouraging as so – people ( me ) thought they’d land up with 50 seats …


  8. Guest Who says:

    Vile’s go to gob chats with a familiar BBC fellow person of bait.

    “Keir Starmer can’t be trusted. He’s a pledge breaking, double crossing political prostitute who went from bending the knee at #BlackLivesMatter  to tap dancing to #AntisemitismIsAllThatMatters. His intention from day 1 was to oust & exclude Diane Abbott” My thoughts on #bbcnews

    Stopped clock ‘n all. Oddly Narinder Kaur called the Trump conviction better than the likes of Sopes and Strumpet.


  9. AsISeeIt says:

    Back in days of yore when Mr AsI was fool enough to pay for a TV Licence and to consume BBC broadcast news he came to notice how the coverage of American politics served as a cypher or cover for our national brodcaster’s left biases.

    Where outright forthright criticism of UK conservatism would appear too blatant, sailing our BBC too obviously close to the headwinds of impartiality rules, there was always Bush, the Republicans, the South, fundamental Christians, gun laws, school shootings, nuclear missiles, cruise missiles, multinational corporations, Jim Crow, the KKK, Wall Street, Vietnam… blimey, I’m surprised they didn’t criticise and sneer at yellow cabs and Hershey bars – perhaps they did?

    We’ve moved on somewhat since your press reviewer hereabouts went off-grid so to speak – cashing out a couple of months refund on his last annual TV Licence, turning to YouTube for light entertainment and pushed too far taking up a lump hammer to deal with the Today programme on Radio 4.

    I may have exaggerated somewhat there by claiming I did an Eddie Shoestring on my wireless. There’s one for the teenagers: Shoestring was a British detective fiction drama series… featuring a down-at-heel private detective played by Trevor Eve as a former computer expert who has resigned after suffering a nervous breakdown. In those days computers were large bulky machines with open reel tape drives creating considerable noise. (Thank you Wiki, but as I recall there was more to it – I seem to remember a scene where Eddie took a fire axe to a bank of his workplace IMBs)

    At first, Shoestring drives an old Hillman Hunter, but when this is destroyed, he purchases a bright orange Ford Cortina estate (Wiki) – it was a different time, as they say.

    Fortunately for us, or perhaps unfortunately (depending how you look at these things) the likes of Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg were apparently immune to such violent bouts of cyberphobia – but we digress.

    Our BBC has moved on. Yankee-bashing has developed into a more precisely targeted art form as presenters and producers feel less constrained in expressing their contempt for British-based conservatism.

    Emily Maitlis is a case in point. Having spectacularly blown the coop on Newsnight with one last great lefty monologue hurrah – she now pops up in the junior poundshop Guardian that is the ‘i’ newspaper with: In a sea of spineless men, one woman took Trump down (allegedly – Trump still insists nothing happened)

    Our bronzed strumpet praising their porn star star witness for the show trail prosecution of the Donald – lefty popcorn porn show money shot indeed.

    Well, they’re all getting their rocks off now: Guilty ‘hush money’ verdicts (FT); Don rants at everything… Deluded. Deranged. Dangerous… Felon Trump rails at migrants in diatribe against justice (Daily Mirror); Biden: ‘Reckless’ for Trump to call trial rigged (our BBC acting the voyeur – getting their jollies doing it at one remove)

    But after their orgasmic porn star assisted simulated outpouring – next may come the regret, the shame, the self-loathing: Trump claims record donations after verdict (Guardian); Former PM says ‘lawfare is backfiring’ and conviction will make re-election more likely (Telegraph); Trumpy is a bit cross (Daily Star); Donald Trump gets a SIX-POINT bump in approval after being found guilty on 34 counts according to snap Daily Mail poll: ‘I think it was a waste of taxpayer money’ (Mail)

    Ukrainian leader says US delaying use of western weapons on targets inside Russia has cost lives – this from the formerly peacenik Guardian. How odd. Guardianistas are usually so pro-ceasefires: ‘It’s time for this war to end’: Joe Biden presents new Gaza ceasefire plan

    We have all been profoundly shaken by recent events in Israel and Gaza. This latest conflict marks the start of a chapter that is likely to affect millions of lives, both in the Middle East and further afield, for years to come. With reporters on the ground, and others producing live blogs, videos, podcasts and photo essays as the story unfolds, the Guardian is dedicated to bringing you independent, fact-checked journalism 24/7. – that’s quite some manifesto

    I’d read the Guardian’s feature: A guide to ADHD and autism Free 20-page magazine – but I don’t have the necessary attention span

    Keir Starmer bromancer the formely patriotic Times has gone all dewy-eyed again for their new flame…

    Starmer: I’ll create wealth… Labour leader puts economy at the heart of pitch for power as he seeks to win from the centre ground (Times)

    Times and Starmer,
    Sitting in a tree
    First comes love
    Then comes marriage
    Then comes Diane Abbott
    In a baby carriage!

    Run that by me again…

    Starmer: I’ll create wealth… direct appeal to middle-class voters – comes hot on the heels of: Speaking to the BBC on Monday, he insisted he was a socialist (Guardian) – Sir Keir there, trimming his words to the tastes of his particular audience – whatever that happens to be in any particular moment.

    And finally, proof positive that were it bereft of all news – our media can still quite happily make something from nothing: So what DOES Melania’s deafening silence mean? See page eight (Daily Mail)


    • Fedup2 says:

      Asiseeit – a 20 page guide to ADHD – surely there could a concise version …

      On the issue of the coverage of the US – i wonder what the proportion of Obama staff being interviewed versus republicans – ? I reckon it is 80%. A similar characterist can be found when interviewing universally hostile ex US ambassadors who always manage an insult for President Trump …
      BTW – radio 4 sombrely reports the death of an Obama grandmother – I’m surprised they didn’t have a minutes’ silence for the relative of a saint – or blamed Donald trump …


  10. micknotmike says:

    Here’s a question for the bbc :-

    Two Americans, one president, one former president.

    One of these allegedly had consensual sex with a porn star, behind closed doors, and paid her some money to keep quiet. Tax practices were incorrectly followed, possibly fraudulently.

    The other has now supplied the corrupt Ukranian government and military with armaments with sufficient range to reach any targets in Russia that the coke-addled unelected president decides he doesn’t like. When it goes wrong, said president will insist that American troops in Ukraine is the only answer.

    The question is, dear bbc, which one of these should I fear the most?


  11. Fedup2 says:

    One of the most distasteful things about General Election campaigns is the offer of sweeties … it sort of reminds me of the conditioning / grooming operations carried out by Muslim paki paedo rape gangs .
    For instance the liberals are offering 10 prem footy matches per season free to air …. Bringing footy back to the people it seems – if you really wanna see Ipswich v Southampton ( yawn) …
    Then there is the blue party doling out lumps of £20 million ? To local councils … who will use the money to block more roads and infest towns with unused cycle lanes ..

    And now starmer is okay with people making Money – I think only approved people will be allowed to keep money which really should be in the hands of The Almighty State ..


  12. Zephir says:


    Concise definition of ADHD:

    “Kid screaming its head off and running around a shop / restaurant / supermarket causing chaos while mother looking at her mobile phone ignoring it’s effects on other people”

    There you go.


  13. Guest Who says:


    The @BBC doesn’t want to show the flag of Israel.
    And we wondered why they struggled with calling Hamas terrorists.

    Weekend cubicle gardener team?

    Meanwhile other cheek editorialises.

    Israel-Gaza war live: Netanhayu vows to continue war on Hamas after Biden presents ceasefire plan

    Raking in the audience.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I understand Tommy Robinson is doing some sort of March today . I’m not sure about that tactic – plod will just target him – or allow Islamic Hamas supporters to do so – in fact they might be one and the same – anyway – it won’t turn out good –

      – although TR does enjoy the victimhood ….

      I guess the MSM will ignore it unless there is something for the approved agenda . Tommy wear a stab proof mate …( see under reported Islamic attack in Germany )


      • Jeff says:

        If there are any arrests during Tommy’s London demo’ you can bet your bottom dollar that the media will be over it. If not…shh…

        Oh…and then some crawling arse “Conservative” MP will refer to the demonstrators as “far right thugs.” These sleazeballs are nothing if not predictable.

        We’re in the process of getting a new media. GB News, in particular, for all its faults, is a breath of fresh air. We also desperately need to get some real people in parliament. We can’t keep having these same chinless gobshites, identical in all but the colour of their rosettes.

        I believe the phrase is, clear the swamp.

        If only we had some croc’s…


    • Kikuchiyo says:

      Its not just the Israeli flag, but also Belarus, Lithuania, Cyprus, Finland, Malta, Greece, Poland etc:



  14. Nibor says:

    Wonder how much the champagne sales have gone up in BBC land and Hackney ? Trump convicted and Dianne left feet reinstated.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Nibor – suspect there will be limited ‘sales’ I. Hackneyistan – it’s a ‘walk in -take – walk out’ job …. With the religious plod looking after the Palestinians flags on the town hall …


  15. JohnC says:

    Was Doctor Who’s move to BBC iPlayer a good idea?

    Good old Yahoo. They know full well why it’s a flop – and it isn’t anything to do with iPlayer.

    The previous all-time-low audience for a Dr Who episode was 4.6 million in 202.

    This new ultra-woke gay black Dr with transsexual assistants managed to easily beat that with the first episode of 4.01 million. Then it outdid itself for the second with 3.91 million and then set yet another record for the third with 3.58 million. These are consolidated figures, not the old ‘overnight’ excuse.

    They’ve turned it into complete shit. Every episode gets less viewers then the previous all-time low. Will heads roll ?. Will whoever is in charge be sacked because ratings mean money ?. Will the gay Russel T Davies be fired ?. Nope – he’s got the job for series 2 already.

    All because it’s the BBC and ratings don’t matter. They get the money from the public purse no matter what. Which is why they are free to put as much far-left political agenda into everything whether the people who pay for them like it or not.

    This is an excellent example of why we should not be forced to fund them.

    The Radio Times write-up is highly amusing as it desperately tries to claim some kind of success from it all.

    ‘Nevertheless, there is evidence that the show may be gaining ground on terrestrial, with ratings for this week’s 73 Yards hitting the highest overnight figure of the season to date – 2.62 million, just beating former record holder Space Babies (2.6m).’



  16. tomo says:

    Radio Times?

    sheesh…. self parody hardly covers it….



  17. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      Rest in peace george – actually – go to hell ..


    • G says:

      Could work wonders?

      “The British Broadcasting Corporation remembered for their employment of child molesters like Jimmy Saville, Rolf Harris and many others, not to mention the serial liar Martin Bashir”.

      “George Soros, remembered for his rape of the British public…”


    • MarkyMark says:

      “Son of notorious Democrat mega donor George Soros tells Democrat politicians to “refer to Trump as a convicted felon at every opportunity.”

      Alex Soros has posted a tweet saying “Repetition is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the country.”

      Soros’ Open Society Foundation donated $60 million in January to Democracy PAC, a political super PAC that helps get democrats elected.”



      • kingkp says:

        This is a cut-down version of Event 201 which was held in October 2019 as a tabletop exercise to prepare for the completely fake pandemic of 2020.

        Throughout the entire exercise the ‘experts’ continually pushed the notion of ‘flooding the zone’. In other words, they understood that they needed to get even one in front of a brainwashing set and flood them with a never-ending stream of lies and deception.
        Once Starmer is elected the gloves are off. He will declare war against Russia and the next fake pandemic will hit soon. They are already slaughtering millions of chickens in the US under the pretext of stopping the spread of the non-existent bird flu. People need to wake up. This is all part of Agenda 2030 aka the Climate Change hoax. They know no one is buying the global boiling sh*te but the lie of germ theory has been repeated so often they cannot see the lies they are being fed. The entire quote is
        “If you tell a big lie and repeat it often enough, people will eventually believe it. You can keep telling the lie as long as the state can shield people from the political, economic, and military consequences of the lie. That is why it is vital for the state to use all its power to suppress dissent. The truth is the sworn enemy of the lie, and therefore the truth is the state’s greatest enemy.”


  18. tomo says:


    • Deborah says:

      I was sitting next to a gentleman in his 80s a couple of days ago. He was complaining about the weather. Glibly, I said ‘oh yes, climate change’. He then said how we all had to work at stopping change. We were inside, but I pointed out how he was wearing at least two pullovers and a padded gilet. He still wouldn’t have it that climate change was anything but real. Has the BBC brainwashed most people or is it something in the water?


    • moggiemoo says:

      I switched it off a couple of weeks ago. Switched it back on this morning.


  19. tomo says:

    Khant sponsorship?


    • G says:

      I couldn’t bear to watch all the blood flowing and twitching limbs lying about detached from their host…………..


    • MarkyMark says:

      3 teachers in Batley are allowed to leave the basement and see the Islamic films?

      “The cinema chain Cineworld has confirmed to 5Pillars that it has cancelled future screenings of the blasphemous film The Lady of Heaven.”




    • MarkyMark says:

      Oli London
      London is hosting the cities first ever Muslim International Film Festival, promoting Islamic culture and stories through film.

      The festival director has said the goal of the festival, which includes 8 feature films and 2 short films, is to change people’s perceptions of Islam.

      “Many of the stories that have Muslim characters are very cartoonish, very tropey. It’s always those four key tropes: Muslims are terrorists, Muslim men are misogynists, Muslim women are oppressed, and Islam is a threat to the West.

      And it seems there’s no other original ideas apart from the odd individual or show. It’s about how we platform these other wonderful, rich stories.”

      The festival comes weeks after the Israeli Film Festival in London, was targetted by protests and boycotts, attempting to force cinemas to stop screenings of Israeli films including a documentary on the Oct 7th Nova Festival.

      Source: Sky News”


  20. tomo says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      The blindfold goes over our eyes … “Islam is peaceful. Just ask Rafiqi
      Islam, a loving husband, who told his wife that he had a present for
      her, blindfolded her to make it a surprise and then cut off her
      fingers. Then the rest of the Islam family mopped up the blood, while
      Mr. Islam threw her fingers into the trash, and after a few hours took
      her to the hospital where they warned her to tell the doctors that she
      had an accident.”

      “Either we go on playing the game of blindfold and machete, or we take
      off the blindfold, take away the machete and show Mr. Islam the door.”

      Breaking up with Mr. Islam by Daniel Greenfield {sultanknish jun2016}




  21. tomo says:

    Angling for BBC gigs


    • Docmarooned says:

      About as funny as a wet fart!


      • moggiemoo says:

        Wet farts are funny as hell as long as they’re somebody else’s.


    • Solomon Grundy says:

      @vermiliongs looks like a parody account to me.


    • MarkyMark says:

      During their summer break, a girl in his class wrote to him about “optimistic young people filled through and through with the healthy spirit” of Marxism; he replied caustically, “Optimism is the opium of mankind! A healthy spirit stinks of stupidity! Long live Trotsky!”

      The girl, under pressure, shared the contents of the letter with others in the Party at school, who did not find it funny. Commissions were convened to investigate Ludvik, who remained defiant, culminating in a plenary session — led by his peer, Pavel Zemanek — in which he was unanimously expelled from the Party and from the college. At the wedding of his old friend Jaroslav, whom he had once encouraged to revive Moravian folk music under the Party banner, Ludvik found that his stance toward that revival had turned bitter.

      Having lost his student exemption, he was drafted into the Czech military where alleged subversives formed work brigades, and spent the next few years working in the mines at a labor camp in Ostrava.



  22. tomo says:

    Impressive ratio there


    • Fedup2 says:

      Yeah build a mosque – put a camp there for 10000 third world imports – she d welcome them …..


    • MarkyMark says:

      No Turkish kabab shops?


    • MarkyMark says:

      She was voted in at 52% – maybe redo the votes like they want to do with BREXIT?
      HA HA HA HAH

      EU News 127/2019

      With 383 votes in favour, the European Parliament elected Ursula von der Leyen President of the next European Commission in a secret ballot on 16 July.

      She is set to take office on 1 November 2019 for a five-year term. There were 733 votes cast, one of which was not valid. 383 members voted in favour, 327 against, and 22 abstained.


    • JohnC says:

      Was that usual EU ‘democracy’ where they got a choice of 2 or 3 who the EU themselves had chosen ?.

      Reminds me of that thing every election where someone is chosen to be not re-elected – a sacrificial cow if you like -and hence give the impression that it is a real democracy after all.


      • moggiemoo says:

        It was a secret ballot. It made no difference who voted for what or even if anybody voted at all.


        • Scroblene says:

          Can someone remind me of which year the EU accounts were signed off as legitimate?



    • G says:

      “…..in the quietness of this village…..” Obviously not living in Ireland or indeed any place in the EU, including the UK


    • Lunchtime Loather says:

      For tonight, God is a DJ … sorry.


  23. MarkyMark says:

    “General election 2024: Starmer would make Britain ‘soft touch of Europe’ on immigration, says Sunak .

    I can find no words, it’s beyond parody .”
    – comment from order-order.com



  24. MarkyMark says:

    SOFT NEWS TOUCH …. how come one comment can destroy a career and others can raise above it all?

    “Released On: 23 May 2024Available for over a year
    Singer-songwriter and actor Lily Allen on her formative cultural influences.”
    . . . .. . .. .
    Lily Allen on Asian grooming gangs: There’s a strong possibility they would have been raped or abused by someone else at some point.


  25. wwfc says:

    British Patriots MARCH In London live stream


    • Deborah says:

      I saw a comment elsewhere a couple of days ago suggesting TR only gets a couple of hundred supporters at his marches these days. Only briefly watched some of Mahyar posted by wwfc above but there seemed to be more supporters than that.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Deborah – anyone going on one of those marches must be very brave or under cover 77 brigade….’monitoring community cohesion ‘ and improving the target list when internment is required to improve ‘community safety ‘…


      • StewGreen says:

        @Deborah I have mentioned the tweet by the Labour Party front group Hatey No Hopers

        @hopenothate May 30
        In recent years Tommy’s demos have been poorly attended, often struggling to attract more than a few hundred.
        However, the recent St George’s day gathering and the Cenotaph riot* saw several thousand and he seems confident this weekend will attract even more.

        * Riot my arse
        Their opening tweet of that thread has just 236 Likes
        So on a UK scale is a very low impact
        Least it shows they didn’t use a bot army


  26. MarkyMark says:



    • Fedup2 says:

      IS THAT REAL ?
      THAT IS TRULY APPAULING – so the BBC isn’t anti Israel or anti semitic – that enough says it all ….

      ITS REAL – I’ve just checked the international BBC website and there is not Israeli flag … I think I’d throw the BBC out of Israel as it’s an enemy


  27. Fedup2 says:

    Terrorist organisation loses control of South Africa – Maybe the Biden method is too complicated for them ….


  28. tomo says:

    “Football hooligan” is all they have?

    surely it should be in quote marks?


    • StewGreen says:

      Paul Dacre no longer edits the Mail
      So it has been part of the leftwing establishment for sometime


      • Scroblene says:

        If the mail has any room on its pages agter the pathetic fawning over the to foreign and failed ex-royals, I suppose it needs to fill in the gaps with pap and rubbish!

        What a stupid rag it is these days!


      • tomo says:

        The DM is weird – often, when I bump into something so idiotically or poisonously wrong that I want to see where the stupid’s coming from – it turns out to be a Manhattan / New York based millennial freelance scribbler who cranks a stupid sausage machine…


  29. vlad says:

    The rotten lousy BBC are delighted to smear the Patriotic demo as far-right and associate it with Tommy Robinson (real name, bla bla) and with football hooliganism.
    Conveniently, they don’t even need to expose their bias, they can just quote the (equally biased) police.

    “Thousands of people attended the march and rally in Parliament Square organised by Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley Lennon and, according to police, included groups from across the UK linked to football disorder.”

    Scrap the tax, ban the beeb!



    • Deborah says:

      Headline on the Mail on Line

      “Tommy Robinson leads thousands-strong ‘football hooligan’ march in London demanding resignation of Met Police chief Mark Rowley as officers arrest Gaza protesters”.

      I have been watching Mayhar Tousi streaming live and I haven’t seen any trouble.


  30. vlad says:

    For a savage mob of dangerous fascists, those patriotic demonstrators look surprisingly calm, happy, peaceful and polite.
    But no doubt the BBC will manage to get footage of some drunken yob causing trouble. Or they might have to incite some incident for the cameras.


  31. StewGreen says:

    Sam Melia case
    The communication from the prison about why is being allowed no contact with his 2 year old and 2 month old children
    The authorities admit they do not state he poses a direct risk of serious harm to children, but by the child/ren being exposed to posters, insignia, literature and attitudes assessed as racist and offensive.
    .. https://x.com/MrNChance/status/1796580204271538541


  32. Fedup2 says:

    Seems that George Galloway is upset at not being included in the first TV leader nonsense – the MP for Hamas wants his platform ….

    What about a thicko debate with d abbot -ginger scum and a variety of red types debating each other with maybe Ed davey when he is not visiting sub post offices ….


  33. Zephir says:

    I read this somewhere today, it raised a little smile:

    “Checking out at the store, the young cashier suggested to the older woman, that she should bring her own grocery bags because plastic bags weren’t good for the environment.

    The woman apologized and explained, “We didn’t have this green thing back in my earlier days.” The young clerk responded, “That’s our problem today. Your generation did not care enough to save our environment for future generations.”

    She was right — our generation didn’t have the green thing in its day.

    Back then, we returned milk bottles, soda bottles, and beer bottles to the store. The store sent them back to the plant to be washed sterilized and refilled, so it could use the same bottles over and over. So they really were truly recycled. But we didn’t have the green thing back in our day.

    Grocery stores bagged our groceries in brown paper bags, which we reused for numerous things, The most memorable besides household garbage bags, was the use of brown paper bags as book covers for our schoolbooks. This was to ensure that public property, (the books provided for our use by the school) was not defaced by our scribbling. Then we were able to personalize our books on the brown paper bags. But too bad we didn’t do the green thing back then.

    We walked upstairs because we didn’t have an escalator in every store and office building. We walked to the grocery store and didn’t climb into a 300-horsepower machine every time we had to go two blocks. But she was right. We didn’t have the green thing in our day.

    Back then, we washed the baby’s diapers because we didn’t have the throwaway kind. We dried clothes on a line, not in an energy-gobbling machine burning up 220 volts — wind and solar power really did dry our clothes back in our early days. Kids got hand-me-down clothes from their brothers or sisters, not always brand-new clothing. But that young lady is right; we didn’t have the green thing back in our day.

    Back then, we had one TV, or radio, in the house — not a TV in every room. And the TV had a small screen the size of a handkerchief (remember them?), not a screen the size of the state of Montana. In the kitchen, we blended and stirred by hand because we didn’t have electric machines to do everything for us.

    When we packaged a fragile item to send in the mail, we used wadded-up old newspapers to cushion it, not Styrofoam or plastic bubble wrap.

    Back then, we didn’t fire up an engine and burn gasoline just to cut the lawn. We used a push mower that ran on human power. We exercised by working so we didn’t need to go to a health club to run on treadmills that operate on electricity. But she’s right; we didn’t have the green thing back then. We drank from a fountain when we were thirsty instead of using a cup or a plastic bottle every time we had a drink of water. We refilled writing pens with ink instead of

    buying a new pen, and we replaced the razor blades with a razor instead of throwing away the whole razor just because the blade got dull. But we didn’t have the green thing back then.

    Back then, people took the streetcar or a bus and kids rode their bikes to school or walked instead of turning their moms into a 24-hour taxi service. We had one electrical outlet in a room, not an entire bank of sockets to power a dozen appliances. And we didn’t need a computerized gadget to receive a signal beamed from satellites 23,000 miles out in space in order to find the nearest burger joint.

    But isn’t it sad the current generation laments how wasteful we old folks were just because we didn’t have the green thing back then?

    Please forward this to another selfish old person who needs a lesson in conservation from a smart-ass young person”


    • Deborah says:

      I agree totally, apart from the nappies. I had to use for my baby towelling nappies for a week. It was horrendous and really hard work. So pleased when the week was up and I could go back to the disposables. And I have seen calculations that suggest when you consider the amount of energy needed for washing and drying (only in wet weather of course), actually the disposables are better for the environment.


    • wwfc says:

      Yes and we made things last our first colour tv was bought in 1974 and was not changed until 1986 .


      • Fedup2 says:

        The msm have complied with the requirement of The State to label the protest in central London – marshalled by Tommy Robinson – as a ‘far right football yob job’ .

        Freedom of the press ? No . Propaganda lies ? Yes . Only the approved Hamas supporters given good press ? Yes .

        The telegraph and mail behaving according to the requirements of the state and its’ religious police …

        Such a rapidly declining country ….

        In the circumstances the anger is very restrained – for the moment .. it won’t last –

        how are you this afternoon 77 brigade ?

        BTW – I notice the likes of the DT describe those who attended the protest as ‘Tommy Robinson supporters ‘ -yet more lies – more like like minded people Fedup with seeing their country being destroyed by quickly by the Far Left Governments infesting it …
        The comments reflect write I have written above – and also haven’t missed the approved lies vomited out by DT and mail scum .


      • Scroblene says:

        We’re watching ‘The Good Life’ for the umpteenth time, as we just love the normality of the scenes and the stories, with absolutely no foreigners to spoil it, and a stark reminder of when The BBC was pretty good at producing programmes which appealed to normal British Citizens, who worked their socks off and did what was expected in our country.

        I really don’t want to consider how their diversity departments would totally muck up those delightful programmes now…


        • Fedup2 says:

          Scroblene you are lucky to be able to watch that show – it will be cancelled soon …


  34. tomo says:



  35. tomo says:

    Waitrose launches next week



  36. Zephir says:


    “1066 and all what? A quarter of adults don’t know when the First World War or the Battle of Hastings was.

    And a small minority even believe that the victor in the Battle of Hastings was Robin Hood.

    The survey, which suggests that many of us flounder with such basic elements of our past, asked ten-year-old schoolchildren to compile a list of history questions they could answer.

    These questions were then put to 1,000 adults in research for online booking service Trainline.

    A quarter of the adults asked could not list the years in which the First World War took place.

    Shockingly, a quarter struggled to recall the year of the Battle of Hastings, while 3 per cent believe it was won by Robin Hood and 2 per cent think it was won by French emperor Napoleon.

    When asked about the Black Death, 23 per cent did not know that rat fleas carried the disease, while 2 per cent said that it was spread and carried by dogs.

    Almost 40 per cent did not know that the Romans were responsible for building Hadrian’s Wall, while almost a third could not name the year of the Great Fire of London.

    The findings come after a drop in visits to historical sites. According to Trainline data, 6.7million Britons have yet to set foot on a historical site, and the visitor numbers remain 11 per cent below pre-pandemic levels.”



    • Fedup2 says:

      Zephir – I fairness I reckon they just survey a thousand dolts who barely know the time of day in Lagos -yet alone any dates or events in the country in which they parasite – I think it’s what they call ‘click bait ‘. …

      6th June will be a celebration of diversity in France where they dug up someone dark who got wiped up on Omaha ( always Omaha ) which was the only place the allies – Americans – went ashore ….


  37. Zephir says:

    I suspect the Mail have been taking note of the numerous supportive comments made below the original article of what is happening in London…..?

    Headline has changed:

    “Tommy Robinson leads thousands-strong march in London as balaclava-clad demonstrators fly flag of St George and let off smoke canisters as officers make first arrests”

    I still see a total lack of headlines such as

    “Masked and hooded Palestinian protestors” ?


  38. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – the usual suspect invited to comment on ‘The Biden Plan’

    Kim Darroch formerly UK Ambassador to Washington was interviewed by, I think, Nick Robinson in Norwich. Gets around our Nick: yesterday he was in Salford, now he is in Norwich to investigate if former PM, Liz Truss, will lose her seat.

    Anyway ‘The Biden Plan’ was discussed by Nick and Kim. Kim managed to turn the Isareli Government Coalition from Far Right to Hard Right. The BBC will have approved of that. They do not like Bibi; they do not like Narendra either and they take any and every opportunity to dismiss them as ‘Far Right’ or nationalist.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Darroch is one of those ‘go to’ swamp dwellers the BBC always rollout to be anti Israel – anti trump and generally slime – hence the BBC gigs ….


  39. Zephir says:


    I once suggested to my environmental tutor at college that companies could each sponsor an endangered species.
    She said, “that’s a fantastic idea”

    I then suggested we could start with Kelloggs Corncrakes.

    ” The distinctive ‘crex crex’ call of the endangered Corncrake has once more been heard on Rathlin Island, Northern Ireland, and on the Isle of Coll, Scotland, this week, marking the return of this endangered species for another breeding season. The return of Corncrakes to the UK follows the news that numbers of the bird found in Scotland rose for the first time in 5 years in 2023.
    The success of both populations, following worrying declines, is thanks to partnership working in Corncrake areas with the local communities, volunteers, farmers, crofters and landowners.”


    • Fedup2 says:

      Zephir – congratulations – you almost got me to spit out me red wine as I read your comment – but being a professional drinker such mish haps are long gone – ash well ash my smelling mishtakes .. hic …

      I heard a cuckoo a couple of weeks ago in Epping Forest – there is hope for nature … and today I had a saucy black bird in my bedroom – … I think it had just come from the nest…


      • Zephir says:

        A saucy black bird in the bedroom oo er….

        Glad to hear you’re doing your bit for race relations 🙂


        • Fedup2 says:

          Yes – and I didn’t have to pay ( as I usually do with my ‘senior ‘discount )


  40. Zephir says:

    I put half a coconut from Poundland and some fat balls hanging outside my bedroom wondow this morning, I have had birds trying to get in the bedroom all day.


  41. Zephir says:


  42. tomo says:

    It was bound to happen…

    There’s more on the list



    • StewGreen says:

      Tonight’s Alex Jones show ended 4 hours ago, with the words “Well we hope to back tomorrow but we don’t know”

      23 hours ago he tweeted
      “BREAKING! INFOWARS May Be Shutdown in 48 Hours” “they say for just 2 weeks”
      .. so 25 hours more or he’s wrong


    • StewGreen says:

      Viva has an explanation video
      America is so crazy, it’s difficult for us to understand
      Viva says Alex Jones has never stood trial for Sandy Hook
      rather a strange civil case took place
      The judge wouldn’t let AJ defend himself
      rather the he gave judgement in default that Jones must pay $1.6bn compensation.
      To that end Patrick Magill was set ac CRO of the still profitable Info Wars
      to funnel profits to the claimant families
      AJ claims Magill

      #1 tried to frame him by offering him oney deals
      #2 is now trying to block the studios and change the locks
      That’s as if he is trying to CLOSE infowars
      rather than keep it going
      Closing it is against the law cos it is not n the best interests of the claimants.


  43. Fedup2 says:

    The headline in the DT is ‘a vote for Labour is a vote for national decline ‘… by Suella lose – who on current polling will rightly lose her seat ..
    Some might say the last 12 years has been that national decline as the blues imported 10 million third worlders …. Dump them – vote Reform …


  44. tomo says:


  45. StewGreen says:

    The Daily Mail smeared the March Against Two Tier Policing

    Multiple replies and quote tweets got more Likes than the Mail got
    The Mail was ratioed 5:1


    • StewGreen says:

      The Met Police have a Twitter thread and they have locked against replies
      The photos show thousands of people
      .. https://x.com/metpoliceuk/status/1796865887368024167

      The Met commentary isn’t impartial

      Officers have identified individuals within the crowd who have a history of being involved in violent disorder. A number have football banning orders and are associated with hooligan groups from London and across the UK.

      There is also an element of the crowd previously well known for involvement in anti-lockdown protests during the pandemic and associated disorder.

      While there have not been any offences so far, a number of people in the crowd are intoxicated.
      The event still has a number of hours left to go.

      Pro March quote tweet replies smash the Met for bias
      “The Met Police are capable of recognising individuals with a football banning order or who’ve been on an anti-lockdown march
      but unable to recognise individuals holding a Jihadi flag or pro Hamas signs 2 metres from them.

      “Can we also have criminal record checks of all those on the Palestine marches please? As well as immigration checks.”
      Such replies got 5K Likes

      The police thread is mixed with tweets about Gaza protesters (Youth Demand) the police have ordered to stay the other side of the river

      Officers are policing a number of events today. One is a protest by Youth Demand against military action in Gaza.

      They have stated their intention to block roads and bridges. Currently around 50 are gathered at Jubilee Gardens.
      If they set off anywhere, officers will intervene.
      Youth Demand protesters went onto York Road, attempting to cause serious disruption by blocking traffic.


      • StewGreen says:

        ‘There is also an element of the crowd previously well known for involvement in anti-lockdown protests during the pandemic’
        that’s outrageous.

        What about ‘There is also an element of the crowd previously well known for involvement in the climate change scam and trans extremist agenda pushing’?

        Lock down protestors criminals.
        BLM rioters in covid restrictions not criminals.
        Ladies and gentlemen the Metropolitan Police 🙇

        Oh you can identify some of the people “associated with”
        this would be because unlike the Hamas terrorist supporters we don’t need to hide our faces to support our country

        The march is against two tier policing
        Yet the police’s tweets show they treat anti-lockdown protesters UN-SYMPATHETICALLY
        yet treat Hamas sympathisers SYMPATHETICALLY


  46. StewGreen says:

    Cleaned up
    none of your Hatey No Hoper or Stand Up To Racism pre-printed signs left in their dozens like what usually happens at their counter protests

    Some lefty accounts were posting pics of old violence and making out it was today
    Then when caugh out tthey deleted their tweets


  47. StewGreen says:

    Meanwhile the anti-Israel supporters were letting off flares and blocking bridges


    Some of the rest of London crime .. https://x.com/CrimeLdn/with_replies


  48. StewGreen says:

    You can see from the Hatey No Hopers thread
    they were angling for them to be trouble
    usually antifa use undercover provocateurs to start trouble.
    Didn’t seem to work this time.

    It has dozens of tweets .. most don’t even get 20 Likes .. the opening one gets 276 .. that’s tiny considering Livestreams were registering hundreds of thousands of viewers were watching live

    TR’s own 1 hour Lawfare tweet has 2.6 million views, .. the video view counter is at 1.1 million just TODAY


    • StewGreen says:

      YouTube viewcount on the top 4 long livestreams for today’s demo is about 460K
      Some people may have dipped into more than 1 so get counted twice
      But others would have viewed on other platforms like Twitter, Rumble etc.

      There appears to 100+ YouTube videos filmed at the demo


    • StewGreen says:

      ah there was a quick incident with an agitator
      He was masked and tried to sail through the crowd on a scooter
      The police quickly jumped on him and threw him the other side of the barrier