Zoopla’s Moolah



The telegraph..and many others..including ‘Marketing Week’ (7 hours ago)…report this:

West Bromwich Albion shirt sponsors threaten to cancel deal over Nicolas Anelka’s ‘quenelle’ goal celebration

Shirt sponsors may withdraw from multi-million deal if West Bromwich Albion striker starts against Everton on Monday


The BBC doesn’t.


Zoopla is owned by a Jewish businessman….wonder why he wants to remove the funding?

Anelka is a Muslim making what is an anti-semitic gesture.

Wonder why the BBC is so slow on reporting this.


Not always so reluctant to report other religious/sponsor problems:





Bookmark the permalink.

18 Responses to Zoopla’s Moolah

  1. mo says:

    Because they are Islamists and anti Christian.


  2. Allan says:

    I don’t want to seem churlish but in the screenshot there is a clear reference in a BBC story of the Newcastle United footballer – a Muslim – being a total hypocrite by going to a casino and then also decrying money lending.

    Not sure on this occasion the BBC is all that biased…..

    …plus of course Mr. Arsene Wenger has also offered a comment…..


    And even SKY (never slow to hammer the BBC) make a carefully worded comment,

    “Footballer Nicolas Anelka’s controversial goal celebration has been praised by the comedian who popularised the allegedly anti-Semitic gesture.”


    So when even SKY aren’t going ‘balls to the wall’ over the gesture, it strikes me this might be one of those situations that the religious / free-speech merchants love as they can all have a damn good row over something that even intelligent men and women aren’t 100% sure exactly what the meaning is.


  3. sirus says:

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/man-arrested-after-pages-torn-6522529..one law for football fans and one law for muslim footballers,total double standards again by the police


  4. AsISeeIt says:

    At times like this I am glad that I have opted to boycott BBC 5 Live


    Putin: “We don’t have a ban on non-traditional sexual relations,” he said. “We have a ban on promoting homosexuality and paedophilia among minors.”

    Not a bad mantra. If only Radio One and Top of the Pops had taken note in the 1970s.

    However, I perceive that nowadays Russo-BBC relations have cooled somewhat (‘it was different time’?)

    Thank goodness I no longer subject myself to the shrill gaggle of pious Left-liberal luvvies at Salford as they attempt to outdo one another in their faux outrage.

    Victoria Derbyshire’s sharp intake of breath at the mere mention of the words ‘black’ and ‘banana’ in the same sentence.

    Nicky Campbell with his Twitter-come-to-life plastic preening and ninnying over all-male-shortlists.

    Tony Livesey and his sad lament – ‘only English by default’

    Rachel Burden the out-door socialist woman-of-the-people with her crafty eye on the London property market.

    The list goes on and on.

    Little birdies hereabouts do say that – oddly enough – Salford has given Anelka a bit of a free pass despite his idiotic ‘oh kin’ell’

    Cultural differences, BBC? (cf Russia)

    Sources other than the BBC also suggest that Anelka has got some form when it comes to underhand gestures in the past.

    Not that the BBC will be telling us.

    Throw the book at him I say. Koran/Bible… whichever is the more bulky.

    If justice is the opposite of prejudice then everyone ought to be treated equally.

    Put that on your BBC ID card and scrap the “diversity” crap .


    • Guest Who says:

      Some are a little perplexed by Newsnight, a news programme now of course renowned for the sensible prioritising of stories and integrity in reporting, devoting a fair old chunk of its affront allotment to trying to get a colleague fired for a lot less than they all still seem around to endorse.
      Wondering at what point one of those top-down whispered convos that never happen takes place to redirect their efforts back to better stitching up tribal foes or hapless interviewees, and lay off one of the few actual audience generators that makes them money.


  5. Pounce says:

    The bBC discussed this last night when they went through today’s papers. The thing is the subject was more about the Jewish owners, than about the poor response regards the lefts love of all things nazis. So you see according to the bBC news it’s the Joos who are fault


  6. Marvin says:

    Wow Alan, you’ve really got them banged to rights there….and every other news outlet except the Daily Mail/Telegraph, and a couple of other specialist providers. Point proved eh?

    I wonder what the British Journal of Psychiatry would find in a psychoanalysis of Biased BBC authors?


    • Buggy says:

      Tut tut, Mr Troll alleged new poster. You’re really not trying anymore, are you ? At least in the old days you took the trouble to assume the guise of a long-time reader of the site who’d just had the scales fall from his eyes at the sudden revelation of just how horrid we all are. Now you’re reduced to this, and it simply will not do.

      “Oh Ambassador, wiz zees new identities you are really spoiling us !”


      • Buggy says:

        You’ve two ‘likes’ already I see. Mummy helping again is she ?

        What a surprise it would be if you got that number up to six !


        • Marvin says:

          It’s not worth much of my time, but then it shouldn’t take more than a couple of lines to dismiss this kind of guff.

          I have to clock off now as my shift is coming to an end, the licence fee is so well spent employing us to post on this site. You really are important, you’re making as real difference. You’ve got us on the run boys!


      • Guest Who says:

        ‘You’re really not trying anymore, are you ?’
        Cuts mean it’s more quantity over quality, and even then to meet quota it’s more a spray of one liners hardly worthy of space dust much less a brain claimed planetary in size.
        Given today’s unfortunate news the deployment is going to be spread even thinner, and covering the weekend OT will tend to stretch the #foiexcluded ‘special projects’ budget even higher at a time when the PAC and NAO seem interested in the extra-curricular activities dosh gets dropped on.
        Hoper the stress at work compo is fully paid up as some do seem a bit delicate to keep getting sent out to patrol robust neighbourhoods.


    • F*** the Beeb says:

      Again – either change your typeset and do something different or just give up. You’re fooling nobody by coming on here every so often with a different name and giving yourself 4-6 likes. It’s so boring. Crawl back to Scott Matthewson’s page.


  7. Marvin says:

    It’s all about the ‘likes’ boys, it makes me feel special. Do me a favour Al, stick another 40 or so on?

    Would it help if I mentioned the Islam conspiracy and their pact with the liberal left to bring an end to the world? Well, little England anyway.


    • Robin says:

      You’re fooled . Both sides are too stupid for that . Its more like a loose confederation of nutters whose only item in common is the negative feelings they have .


  8. Beeboidal says:

    No, Marvin. What would help is if you would offer some comment on the BBC’s interest in the Cisse/Wonga story versus
    lack of interest in the Anelka/Zoopla story.


  9. Marvin says:

    The BBC is pretty piss poor at showing a lack of interest in the Anelka story then.

    But I see the Guardian has covered the Cisse story. How does that fit with yor narative?


    • Beeboidal says:

      My narrative, Marvin, is that the BBC has a duty to be impartial. Do you see anything other than bias to explain the favouring of one story over the other?


  10. Marvin says:

    The BBC was antisemitic and pro-Muslim yesterday, but today its not: