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  1. Pounce says:

    I see the bBC is still promoting the line that the UK has been slow in helping out British subjects in the Caribbean.
    Hurricane Irma: UK Royal Marines bring aid to victims
    Two hundred Royal Marines have arrived in the Caribbean to bring aid to UK overseas territories following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Irma. Operation Ruman is tasked with distributing medical supplies and helping the territories recover following the category five storm. The taskforce is currently in Barbados, which is the UK’s distribution hub. On Friday, Britain’s response to the storm was “found wanting” by the heads of two parliamentary committees.
    Yet the cocksuckers and arsebandits at the bBC conveniently omit that after the storm passed by the region on Wednesday evening , British forces were delivering Aid on Thursday morning. The engineers on board RFA Mounts Bay cleared the runway on Anguilla allowing RAF C17s, A400s and Voyagers to land disembarking troops and Aid.


    But as said , to the Buggering British children lot, this wasn’t t good enough and they point to the French and Dutch on next door St Martin to show how it should be done. Err you wankers, St Martin is an Island shared by the French and Dutch, The 2 Dutch ships combined only come in at 5k, the RFA mounts Bay comes in at 16K and was in theatre in July preparing for the Hurricane season:

    The bBC the biggest promoter of fake news going.

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    • Grant says:

      Pounce,

      ” Arsebandits ” sums up the BBC perfectly. It does not matter what the British do, the BBC hate it. Also the Military are professional and respected by most British people. The BBC are amateurs. It is jealousy.

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      • Pounce says:

        Grant,
        I don’t know about you, but if I lived in the region, I would either on my own or with my neighbours build a concrete bunker for the storm season (happens every year) inside I would ensure there was Beds, power, water and food. Build up the sides with earth so provide extra protection and to allow any winds to sweep over. I’m pretty sure many have (unlike a certain billionaire) and that way you can protect you and your own. But the bBC hasn’t mentioned anything like that. Instead like the third world mindset they emulate they blame everybody else for their own mismanagement.
        (Just for the info, I keep a full emergency kit in my cellar, lighting spare batteries, water bottles, first aid kits, tools and spare food..everything gets checked once a year and if they require replacing , i do just that, giving away my old stuff to friends and neighbours. Overkill, maybe, but hey nobody else is going to do this for me.)

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        • Grant says:

          Pounce,

          Is it in your wine cellar ? But there are a lot of steps that even poor people can take to protect themselves. I do not understand why it is always the British who have to rescue them.

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      • NCBBC says:

        Now only of a Muslim could be found delivering aid to the islanders.

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        • Despairada says:

          I’m sure that, at this moment, there are some of that tribe rowing across the Atlantic in an old bathtub, so keen are they to demonstrate their superior compassion factor.

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    • TruthSeeker says:

      Super Pounce.
      Keep on exposing the lies, the omissions, the waste, the greed, the incompetence, the treason.
      Every new visitor will be impressed, and probably, distressed.
      They will be likely to visit again for the facts not printed in the MSM.
      Some new, to me at any rate, names appearing on the site, which I trust are new converts to the anti AlBeeb cause.
      Welcome to you all.

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    • Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

      Hi Pounce, you have missed something important. Why has the BBC been so critical of the governments so-called lack of action. Why have they gone a bit hysterical promoting this story?

      Well this is where most of the British Capitalist rich have their fourth or fifth properties. Some even own small islands out there. There has been damage to their villas and to some of their luxury yachts. They want the British taxpayer to pay for the repairs to their own possessions as well pay to repair the islands infrastructure and to stop any locals getting angry or any locals looting.

      These people range from billionaire capitalists to the very wealthy to the reasonably wealthy individuals. These are the people who don’t want national boundaries and don’t want Brexit, because they are globalists with investments outside of the UK. Yet they demand the British Government (meaning the British taxpayer) do more. BBC executives who may themselves have properties and friends out there are only too happy to oblige in excessively promoting and spinning this story.

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      • Grant says:

        BBC,

        I had a visit today from an old friend, Robert, who is a builder. Not well-educated , but sharp as a knife. He was talking about all the wealthy in Caribbean and Florida. His view was that , if you invest in a part of the world where there is risk from hurricanes , earthquakes, floods etc, you must be aware of the risk you are taking. Why expect the rest of us to save you ?

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        • chrisH says:

          Re Hurricane Irma.
          Usual hypocrisy and reflex doing down of this country by the Left as usual.
          Orwell described it a while back(Lion and the Unicorn)-and it`s even more offencive to us all these days.
          1. I`m not subsidising Branson or Blackwells houses that they freely bought on Carribean islands-or does Grenfell Towers go short?
          2. Is there ANYBODY who really thinks that the BBC would have heard of Barbuda or Anguilla before the huricane?…these self-loathing lefties would not know their names, just thought them to be offshore tax havens, remnants from our hated white empire days.
          3. And won`t the black liberation movements resent our patronising, condescending and tokenistic efforts to buy off our guilt with a bucket collection for them-thought they`d now be long independent and not needing the white master to send them postal orders.
          The BBC-as I say-only see a wheelbrace to club the Tories with with this non-story. And the demn stupid Tories fall for it.
          Let Branson pay.

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    • taffman says:

      Pounce
      They have just caught up with you………………………….
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41213399

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    • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

      Pounce, thanks for posting that. After such blatant misrepresentation and distortion by the BBC will see the Minister of Defence really go for them. He will tear a strip off them and then call for the abolition of the BBC. He will supported by all of the Tory cabinet who will now show they have the spine to finally uproot this politically vile state broadcaster. Expect it all to begin in the next week!

      Well, I can dream can’t I?

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      • Ian Rushlow says:

        …the Minister of Defence really go for them…Well, I can dream can’t I?
        Alas, the Minister is too busy dreaming of the ‘threat’ posed by a country with an economy the size of Australia’s, that spends less on defence than Saudi Arabia, has one aircraft carrier (shortly to be zero for several years), no all-year round naval ports with ocean access, and which has British fighters and military personnel currently stationed about 100 miles away from its second largest city. Yep, Michael Farron really is a мечтатель (dreamer).

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    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      Pounce:

      You are right, the Mounts Bay is a logistics landing ship, and is therefore exactly the right ship for the job. If the BBC wants to criticize the contribution of the armed forces to this relief mission, then they may also care to criticize the cuts to the capability of the armed forces.

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    • Peter Grimes says:

      Fallon has just said that Johnny Frog, who have soldiers based on their Caribbean possessions, have asked for our help in moving materiel on those possessions. They have troops but no lifting capability. My Frog friends who did national service in those colonies had riotous holidays there.

      Just btw, we support those French colonies, their TOM-DOMs, through EU subsidies as they are considered part of France.

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  2. Lover of Truth says:

    I despise the BBC & everything it stands for.

       75 likes

    • TruthSeeker says:

      LoT
      Despise the BBC, not good enough.
      The aim should be to state “I hated everything about the BBC while it existed and our destroying it, totally and permanently, was one of the best day’s work ever performed in our country”.

         51 likes

    • Grant says:

      Lover,

      You will find a lot of friends on this site !

         28 likes

  3. TruthSeeker says:

    JR-M under attack from the lesbians in the Guardian, again.
    100% died in the wool haters, never mind the facts, megahate 24/7.
    I can imagine their saliva hitting both the monitor and their photo of Owen Jones at muzzle velocity while their inflamed fingertips murder the keyboard with polymer destroying acts of violence.
    Subject today, children, white people are not allowed any. Deleterious effect on the planet.

    On the next page, large adverts from so-called charities, millions dying of malnutrition.
    Having to walk 500 miles every day to get a cupful of muddy water for their 17 children.
    The lezzzies can donate to Oxfam etc if they wish. Third world deaths are good for the planet and I encourage them. Anybody too stupid or lazy to dig a well greatly benefits the gene pool by dying.

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    • Richard Pinder says:

      I think the charities need the money for the Chief Executive and all those Directors. The charity workers obviously stay in Britain to collect money for themselves and would not ever consider emigrating to Africa to dig wells for the Blacks.

      In fact they need a situation of perpetual none digging of wells in Africa. Otherwise the adverts on TV would not bring in the money they need for themselves.

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      • TruthSeeker says:

        RP
        I am well aware of the practises of these major “charities”. Most of whom do SFA charitable work in the UK. I would remove their charitable status in a microsecond, providing I was quick enough to act before the millions of other British people who also despise them.

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        • Number 7 says:

          A ‘Charity Team’ invaded my area some time ago, complete with a ‘manager’ to direct operations.
          Having answered the door to the chugger he proceeded to demand money for the NHS. When being asked why the NHS needed more money and who he represented he made some comment about TooriCuts.
          I then asked him to ‘vacate my property’ – or words to that effect.

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      • Nibor says:

        Who does dig wells out there , or show African Chiefs how to cook ?

        18 year old university students on a bit of a jolly. Who grow up to become senior officials in the Foreign Office. Like my nephew.

        Now when they are senior diplomats, how can they fully respect African leaders when in the back of their mind they remember teaching their compatriots rudimentary skills , while themselves were still children ?
        I should think this explains half the schizophrenia of the liberal elite establishment.

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        • TruthSeeker says:

          N
          “Who grow up”
          Really?
          Presumably most reach normal adult size.
          Mature intellectually, I cannot detect much evidence of that, they still believe the lefty nonsense.
          They sure as hell do not acquire a sense of responsibility during this process, as the swathes of ex-ambassadors and other former senior diplomats, who betray the interests of the UK, in the international press at every opportunity, attest.
          I cannot understand why their revelations are not treason, I would give them a short uni-directional trip to the Tower of London, but I am old fashioned.
          Their pensions and any other benefits should be terminated.

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    • chrisH says:

      Hope that Jacob knows that if the left hate him, then he`s right over the target and so beloved by the REAL people of England.
      Like Trump-he surely knows that if those who hate his very existence, don`t have an excuse to whip up their bile-then he`s actually not doing anything to redress nearly fifty years of the Left and its resident evils.
      Sense he does.

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  4. Richard Pinder says:

    There are two programs on the BBC worth watching tonight.

    9.45pm to 10pm: Nigel Farage: BBC Parliament: Freeview Channel 232
    Followed by
    10pm to 10.30pm: Last Night of the Proms: BBC One

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  5. Roderick says:

    Is it really the Government’s job to rescue British tourists who choose to visit hurricane-prone islands during the hurricane season? (Hint: No.)

    This reminds me of a somewhat similar situation I was involved in a few years ago in East Africa, where I lived and worked at the time. An impending military coup and instability on the streets had led the governments of some continental European countries to offer their expatriate citizens shelter in the applicable Embassy compound or Residence until normality returned. The British? No chance. Their standard response was: “If you’re smart enough to come over here to work, you’re smart enough to look after yourself.” To rub salt into the wound the top British diplomats and their spouses were then given a close protection team (armed British soldiers acting as bodyguards) while the rest of us Brits looked on in amazement. The fact that as taxpayers we were funding this little arrangement was brushed aside with a regretful shrug.

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    • Grant says:

      Roderick,

      Very similar situation in Gambia, where I live. During the potential shooting match last new year ( averted ), the American Embassy pulled out all the stops. Maybe an over-reaction. The British High Commission did sweet FA !

         19 likes

    • G says:

      Roderick,
      “Cannon fodder”, always the way, always will be.

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  6. BRISSLES says:

    Rachel Sabi
    Sonia Sodha
    Owen Jones
    Yasmin alibaba Brown
    Afua Hirsch
    Polly Toynbee
    I’m sure there are more, but this list of suspects of Guardian columnists appear regularly as opinionated talking heads.

       54 likes

    • Grant says:

      Brissles,

      There is a bunch of beauties !

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    • TruthSeeker says:

      B
      I rarely watch TV. What does Polly look like now?
      I ask because most of the Guardian “female” “journalists” having been using the same photograph for ever.
      I expect this is where the photos of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, wearing short trousers, originated.

         35 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      The Graun today is faring worse than usual on social media.

      Not sure if it falls under Godwin’s Law, or there is a complement, but they actually managed this fine effort that has gone down like a bucket of warm sick with even loyal readers.

      Possibly their best since the 10:10 championing that the BBC semantically suggested saw Graun readers’ views as ‘split’.

         33 likes

      • TruthSeeker says:

        GW
        Click on the link.
        Up comes the article.
        With a large rolling advert above, including an advert for ukimmigrationlawyers.com
        “free assessment . . . .”
        Free, are we paying for this?

        The Bastards.
        The Guardian, and the lawyers.

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        • TruthSeeker says:

          Sorry to reply to myself but I find it more comprehensible.
          So, belatedly, I find time to Google the Shabi organism, hitherto unknown to me.
          Wikipedia, yes, I know, I know.
          Anyway she wrote her glowing biography herself, or another AlBeeb liar did.
          However the talk page for the Wiki biography states that she previously “falsely claimed to have been born in Israel”.
          Presumably the biography, which currently states “she was born to Iraqi Jewish parents and grew up in the UK” without stating where she was actually born [mega alarm bells], at one time contained the bit about her being an untrustworthy lying cow. I could not be bothered to trawl through the hundreds of revisions to actually identify the date/time/culprit who removed the truth.
          Conclusion she is a lying bitch who is best placed with AlBeeb.
          Nothing about boyfriends in the “biography”.

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      • Ian Rushlow says:

        Just when you think we’ve reached Peak Guardian, a new queen of the Grolies steps forward…
        http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=GROLIES

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      • ID says:

        What a vacant bint Shabby is. She and Sodher often appear on the pointless Shy News Review where they babble incoherently.

        “In any case, as journalist and author Daniel Trilling notes, what counts as a British worker or, in a globalised economy, a British job?

        Who gets to define “British” here and on what basis: birthplace, citizenship, residence, skin tone? Stripped of absolute meaning, it is clear that this slogan has no purpose but to serve as xenophobic signalling.”

        If “British” has “no absolute meaning” how can it serve as a “xenophobic signal”? If it has no absolute meaning how can it signal anything? Being or feeling British is not a matter of definition. Anjem Choudry was legally British but detested the British. Like Choudry, Shabby may even be a British citizen and enjoy the legal and financial benefits citizenship brings. However like Choudry she really detests the native British and their way of life and is obviously pushing for more and more uncontrolled mass colonisation until the indigenous British become tourists in their own country.
        You never hear lefitsts accuse Sinn Fein (We Ourselves) of being xenophobes or Little Irelanders, even though the name sounds pretty high on the “othering” scale to me.

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        • MarkyMark says:

          Do the Scottish Highland games cause Xenophobia for those who go to see them but are not Scottish? Why aren’t other games included in the Scottish Games to make them more diverse and less Scottish?

          p.s. I’ve been to see the Scottish Highland Games at Bridge of Allan and they were amazing. Even the girl’s dances showed defiance. Number of bagpipes and sounds were outstanding. When they introduced a bagpipe band from the USA they started with “We are all immigrants in the USA!”.

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      • MarkyMark says:

        Definition of fascism {merriam-webster.com}
        often capitalized : a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition

        Other Articles in Guardian by Rachel Shabi (author of Not the Enemy – Israel’s Jews from Arab Lands)

        ‘British jobs for British workers’ is back, a fascist incursion into mainstream politics {guardian sep2017}

        With the Tories threatening to implode, Labour must sustain its pressure {guardian sep2017}

        The State is right to humanise Isis recruits. We need to understand {guardian aug2017}

        Corbynmania isn’t dangerous – there’s irony in those chants {guardian jul2017}

        Voters are hungry for new politics – bring on a leftwing Brexit {guardian jul2017}

        Momentum’s grassroots democracy can make Labour an unstoppable force {guardian jun2017}

        What use is a group of cultish, Corbynista clicktivists? Quite a lot, actually {guardian jun2017}

        From frontline public service to parliament – meet the candidates {guardian}

        What does Hope not Hate actually do? {guardian dec2016}

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      • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

        I have now given up on the Guardian. I would read it because it wasn’t behind a pay wall and despite it being SJW central it did have the occasional interesting story.

        But now like most English language mainstream journalism it just seems like news for ‘special’ people. You know – the hierarchy of special interests of ethnicity, gender and all the other ‘isms’. It’s just a load of annoying frivolous nonsense. They are really just children’s fairy tales with the same moral – ‘look at what the evil white man has done now’.

        I just want old fashioned broadsheet news (reasonably unbiased) about the major events in the world like wars, diplomacy, scientific breakthroughs, disasters, terrorism etc..

        I’m not going to get that from the BBC. I’m thinking of trying some foreign language papers (but English versions).

        Hopefully the PC idiocy hasn’t yet affected all the globe. Does anyone have any recommendations?

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        • Cranmer says:

          The Times of India’s sections on the world and the UK are reasonably good. Generally pro-British and with no illusions about Islam. (In my experience the average educated Indian – who has not been exposed to western cultural marxism – thinks of the British in much the same way that the Americans think of us, ie an elderly relation who deserves respect as a distant family member. They don’t generally hold the kind of hatred for us that the post-colonial studies types would have us think).

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    • scribblingscribe says:

      spot the hetrosexual male. (Trick question)

         10 likes

  7. Richard Pinder says:

    The Queen would express her concerned about her 17 Caribbean territories to Theresa May: Anguilla, Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Barbuda, Belize, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, Saint Kitts, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent & the Grenadines and the Turks & Caicos Islands: And expect Her Majesties forces to assist in these loyal territories.

    The BBC is a bit like Dominica & Trinidad, disloyal and not worth bothering about.

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  8. davylars says:

    I distinctly get the impression watching the news coverage that the BBC are willing hurricane Irma to inflict the maximum devastation on the USA. It would suit their narrative that this is a man made disaster and that President Trump is somehow responsible.
    This afternoon it was still being reported as a cat 5 despite this
    UPDATE: MIAMI. 12.30pm. (AP) – Hurricane Irma weakens to Category 3 storm with 125 mph winds, but may regain strength before slamming Florida.

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  9. Up2snuff says:

    Pink calls for ban on ‘homophobia, racism, sexism – all the isms’

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/41095623/pink-calls-for-ban-on-homophobia-racism-sexism—all-the-isms

    I go along with that.

    What we can only allow is ‘conservativeness’ and that must only be used to describe a reality and as a compliment.

    However, I think that Pink hasn’t quite got the hang of this banning of isms: ” I’m a feminist and I believe in equality and I believe in banishing racism and homophobia and sexism and all the isms but we have always been the underdog. ”

    Sorry love, but feminism has to go in the bin with the rest.

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    • chrisH says:

      Some underdog. How much money is this Poundland Madonna actually getting for her warbling and isn`t it simply skimming cash from little white girls?

         15 likes

      • Up2snuff says:

        Poundland Madonna, LOL. chrisH, she may be a tad overvalued at that price, a SELL, I think.

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    • TruthSeeker says:

      Here is one ‘ism she might investigate. Unless she is content with appearing to have the intellect of a retarded liver fluke.

      “In grammar, parallelism, also known as parallel structure or parallel construction, is a balance within one or more sentences of similar phrases or clauses that have the same grammatical structure.” Wikipedia.

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    • NCBBC says:

      She forgot Islamophobia.

      I’m tired of this forever whining on the VD BBC show. And its not just the VD show but constant whining by women and effeminate men, all showing their tender tolerant side.

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    • Grant says:

      Up2,

      Along with socialism !

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      • Up2snuff says:

        Grant, top of my list. Big ‘S’ socialism and small ‘s’ socialism, both in the bin. That is what has led to a lot of the other ‘-isms’ that trouble our Pinky so much. That still leaves room for some conservativeness in a form of social support, on a ‘love my neighbour’ basis, whether personal or via the State.

        Definitely sink socialism. Sooner the better but I suspect, like the poor, we will always have some socialism (and Socialism) with us.

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  10. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “”Anti-Brexit marchers rally in Parliament Square””

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-41212505

    There’s a lot of old and grey people on that march.

    These Remainers are taking away the future of our youth…..

    I blame the BBC for encouraging the Remainers to do this 😉

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    • Nibor says:

      I see old duffer Vince Cable is attired in the regular nomenclature garb , which is suit without a tie and the collar askew .

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    • theisland says:

      Re anti-Brexit marchers yesterday.
      Huffpost: “People’s March For Europe: Hundreds Attend Anti-Brexit Protest In London”
      http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/peoples-march-for-europe-london_uk_59b405a5e4b0354e44122a1b
      alBeeb: “Thousands of protesters in favour of the UK staying in the European Union have marched in Westminster”
      So was it hundreds or thousands? Anyone know? (Not that we much care).

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    • Cranmer says:

      I count six union flags and about sixty EU flags in that picture. I’ve come to the conclusion that the EU-philes are acting out the form of patriotism that comes naturally to most people in healthy nation states, but which in Britain has been suppressed and villified over the last fifty years. The EU enables them to feel pride, wave flags, sing anthems etc because they think it is anti-imperialist and anti-nationalistic. (of course, it has elements of both in its makeup, but hides them well). In some ways it also fulfills the function that the Soviet Union had for British lefties before it collapsed.

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  11. theisland says:


    Traitor.

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    • chrisH says:

      Noted “Lord” Andrew Adonis was on “Any Questions” last night?
      Imagine that the invite came after he wanted Andrew Neil sacked for “supporting Brexit”.
      Not my impression at all, he just asks better questions than the rest.
      Bet he only got on the show because he was this weeks Remoaner Of The Week.
      Only Bernard Jenkin was on the right side-and he was outnumbered 4-1 as all Brexiteers are.
      When will the Brexit bunch get sorted and deal with the BBC on air for their bias and ignorance. A long time coming.

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      • GCooper says:

        Yes, that will be the snivelling little cretin whose only elected position was a single stint as a councillor in Oxford. Subsequent to which he rode on Bliar’s coat tails until he was given a free seat in the House of Lords from which to tell us how we should live our lives.

        It’s high time that people with such an overwhelming sense of self were banned from taking any public role whatsover.

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    • Grant says:

      What a repulsive creature. Maybe because his eyes are too close together.

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  12. JimS says:

    In these chaotic times of ‘Trump’ and ‘Brexit’ it is good to have some constants that one can rely on:

    Susan Calman on Strictly Come Dancing tonight manages to work “my wife” into her opening lines.

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    • chrisH says:

      When are the BBC going to get all thei trannies onto their flagship pap like Strictly and Bake Off?
      You know-make their pretensions a laughing stock?
      But no-the BBC certainly choose where the deviants get a free pass-and when they`d embarrass themselves as politically-correct clowns?
      And-as yet-not one migrant reading the news or doing the weather.
      Funny how the lefty elite keep their low skilled jobs between themselves isn`t it?
      These jobs are NOT difficult…so why are the public paying for their dopey presentations?

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    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      You could run a sweepstake on how quickly she will mention her wife, but anyone who draws anything later than 10 seconds is on a hiding to nothing.

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      “My wife”
      Is there a dance called ‘The Scissors’ by any chance?

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  13. Dover Sentry says:

    Islam by stealth. Courtesy of the BBC.

    BBC Online News:

    “”Modest fashion: Why Rima Tadmory has bridal wear covered””

    “”Modest fashion doesn’t need to be a bin bag…””

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-41002714/modest-fashion-why-rima-tadmory-has-bridal-wear-covered

    Lots of images of muslim women. Hint.

    What else do we expect from Alt-Left BBC?

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    • MarkyMark says:

      “Saudi Arabian Fashion show {comedy 14aug2013}”

      Iran’s Fashion Scene Is Blossoming (they now allow colours in 2014) Under Sharia Law
      Before Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, citizens weren’t required to wear the Islamic cover known as the hijab and the country’s fashion was almost identical to that of the United States and Europe. After the revolution, though, the hijab became required by law.

      Although the standard black hijab is still commonplace—especially in rural areas in the country—Iran has recently seen a fashion renaissance, and cities like Tehran are becoming home to new and innovative designers. The clothing may still have to respect the Islamic dress codes, but the bright colors and designs would never have been seen a decade ago in Iran.

      The country’s top officials—responsible for granting permission for the show—were all seated in the front row to show their support. And to make sure the models were adhering to the country’s law.

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  14. EnglandExpects says:

    Since the day after Hurricane Irma hit Barbuda the BBC has been reporting that ‘there have been criticisms’ of the British reaction. It’s a bit like the BBCs stock phrase ‘some people say that’ when it wants to voice its own criticism but has to disguise it as reporting , so as not to contravene its Charter. The BBC is nothing if not sly.
    There is never any specific detail. Who made the criticisms? Are they justified ? How quickly do you move a helicopter carrier to the Caribbean ? How quickly do you assess what is required and get the Hercules aircraft in the air? You’ll never see the BBC analyse this and provide some balance or perspective .The government is just too tempting a target to do this.

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    • TruthSeeker says:

      EE
      Do I understand this correctly?
      “Some people say that if Jihadists broke into Broadcasting House and killed everyone inside this would be good for the UK”
      Would that be an example of BBC speech?

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    • chrisH says:

      Thought that myself EE.
      Everytime the BBC says like these unsubstantiated claims via “some people” “researchers” or your “there are allegations/criticisms” etc….any Tory ought to say-who…what are your sources…when did you find this out…and show me the evidence or links.
      Asking Tarquin on the latte trail by the water cooler is NOT independent research…

         39 likes

      • Cranmer says:

        chrisH, there was a great interview with (I think) a beeboid and Lord Lawson where he demolished the ‘some people say’ gambit. He quite firmly said ‘Who? Who is saying this? Unless you have a name, it is just conjecture’. BBC interviewees should say this every time such weasel words are mentioned.

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  15. gaxvil says:

    Funny thing – I will bet all those who squeal like stuck pigs for British people to go to the back of the queue for EVERYTHING are comfortably off in soft or doing nicely on benefits.
    They really piss me off with their, ‘right on’ ‘global citizen crap’.
    Effin’ treasonous, Quisling retatrds.
    BTW remember not to,’ Look Back in Anger ‘ – Try, guilt, submission and fear – seems to be the way to go.

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  16. chrisH says:

    What`s this about a march to make us stay in the EU?
    Never hard to guess who`ll be speaking there.
    But we`ll get their soundbites, seeing as they`re narcissistic blowhards in need of the herd for their validation.
    Just sick of them….Brownshirts used to take to the streets too, and these buggers clearly have plenty time off, nothing else to do on their weekends-and are spiteful, stupid and way above themselves.
    Had WE lost last year-does anybody think that we`d have behaved like this?

    Once you jettison the ballot box, disregard the democratic will of the British people-and continue to put ball bearings and EU duct tape all over our freedoms and ways out of the festering EU-then you will be repaid for it.
    Not now, not yet-but we`ve had civil war over less than what they`re doing.
    And the BBC are revealing their own contempt by waving their scorn in our faces-it will not end well, but we will finish this.

       54 likes

    • ID says:

      The usual explanation for the mass demonstration was that the government was “riding roughshod over the wishes of the people. “. But as 17 million voted for Brexit and the march was 50,000 strong according to the BBC, mentioning this non-event was laughable. I suppose they think mob rule is less “populist” and more representative than a referendum.

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    • G says:

      ChrisH,
      “……it will not end well, but we will finish this.” Sooner the better.

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  17. Deborah says:

    Where the hell did all those blue flags with yellow stars come from that were being waved in the arena of the Albert
    Hall (last night of the proms). We had to have the 1960s version of the National Anthem arranged by Sir Arthur Bliss (Mr D said he needn’t have bothered there is nothing wrong with the proper version).

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    • Lord Wreath says:

      “Mr D said he needn’t have bothered there is nothing wrong with the proper version”

      There is no proper version of the music, it started off as a patriotic song possibly dating back as far as the 17th century. Dozens of composers have played around with the tune since, which is usually adapted to fit the forces available. The version generally heard at the Last Night and elsewhere is a relatively recent one by Britten, but even he is responsible for more than one version:

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  18. Sir_Arthur_Strebe-Grebling says:

    Watching Last Night of the Proms. 6,000 people in the Albert Hall, not a black face or a Muslim amongst them. Yet go outside and London is like a foreign city, as Labour and the bBBC want it.

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    • Deborah says:

      The summary of the prom season at the end of the last night showed more women conductors than I knew existed, several clips of an Indian concert, several images from the BME orchestra (they were rather good, I thought, but discrimatory against white people) Tom Jones and several clips from either Oklahoma or some such musical. There was a brief glance of Simon Rattle, but only in passing. No wonder I found it hard to find a prom I wanted to go to.
      I did though go to the Vienna Phil at the Proms last week, more males playing than in the BBC Symphony and no black or Asians in the audience that I could see.
      I do worry that the BBC are looking to get rid of Land of Hope and Glory. Whether I just missed Rule Britannia or whether it didn’t happen, I am not sure. We always used to enjoy the diva with the gown that unfurled into the Union Jack and how each year the dress would become more dramatic.

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      • Demon says:

        Deborah, I think it’s way beyond time that the Proms were taken away from the “B”BC whose Proms coverage is no longer fit for purpose. When Henry Wood started the Proms, way before the “B”BC even existed, he did it to bring classical music to the masses. He realised that given half a chance and reasonable entry prices the working man and woman would enjoy a bit of culture. He was right.

        The “B”BC now thinks that the Proms is intended for the benefit of their own metropolitan elite class, with all their prejudices and bigotries to be pandered to. The worst was that poison dwarf, Marion Allslop who is an ok conductor but no more (however she is loved by the Beeboids because she is a lesbian SJW). She spent her last-night speech doing nothing but pushing her nasty, bigoted left-wing agenda and almost totally ignored the Proms season. If I remember correctly, I don’t think she even mentioned the statistics that is normally part of the speech. She also completely ignore the fact that the last night should be about fun. That was totally missing.

        Most of the Proms are now dumbed down: pop music, musicals etc. I didn’t look to go this year as we have been in the middle of the upheaval of a house move but there were few that I found I wanted to watch. There was one early Prom that had Beethoven’s 9th (fantastic work, now appropriated by the EU fascists) but it was accompanied by some pro-EU piece specially commissioned. I didn’t watch it.

        Let’s have a Fox UK channel and give it to them. They would treat it with the love and respect it deserves. They should also be given all the rights to the old footage of decent, historical concerts from the “B”BC. The footage belongs to the people. They’re our Proms and we’ve paid to have the rights to all “B”BC material we want.

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        • Grant says:

          Demon,

          The BBC started diluting the proms with non-classical music years ago although there are still some good concerts. Then they started diluting the last night. The last one I watched was Marin Alsop and I was so appalled I have never watched since.

          The irony is that the BBC think that classical music is “elitist” when what could be more elite than Beeboids ? They have the same crazy view of cricket and TMS will be the next target. Beeboids are just so ignorant.

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          • Ian Rushlow says:

            If the BBC thinks that classical music is ‘elitist’, they could start by scrapping BBC Radio 3. You know – the one with half the listening figures of Classic FM. That would save £55 million a year (from 2014 financial report).

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          • Scroblene says:

            I thought they’d given up on cricket years ago, Grant. Something to do with British sportsmen doing something well.

            They are stupid if they think classical music is elitist, it’s a damn sight better than all the mindless rap crap and trashy squealing bimbos they just adore.

            We all used to look forward to the Last Night of The Proms, it heralded Autumn, and a British way of life. Not any more, like The Archers, they are eroding all decency in broadcasting. I like the idea of a Fox Channel here, I’d definitely watch that!

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            • Grant says:

              Scrobbie,

              “British ” sportsman. The BBC’s antipathy to cricket may also be because it has been an England team which has been doing pretty well over recent years. There seem to be more and more female commentators on TMS these days. I am not sexist but somehow it does not seem quite right. Still no gays or transgenders yet. I do not follow football but are there any female commentators on the man’s game ? I mean actually commentating on the match ?

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            • Andy S. says:

              I think you may find the Murdoch brothers appear to want to turn Fox into another SJW channel. If what they are doing with the Fox News Channel is anything to go by, don’t build your hopes up too much. I think you will be hugely disappointed.

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        • Andy S. says:

          I think you may find the Murdoch brothers appear to want to turn Fox into another SJW channel. If what they are doing with the Fox News Channel is anything to go by, don’t build your hopes up too much. I think you will be hugely disappointed.

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        • Florian says:

          Not watched “Last Night” since the likes of Sir Malcom Sargeant and Constance Shacklock faded away. No gimmicks, no pseudo-intellectualism , no political posturing in those days – just pride in being British. Where has it all gone wrong ??

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    • Lord Wreath says:

      Go outside where? It’s not just the RAH. Go into any theatre, museum, concert hall, gallery, historical building or any event even remotely related to European culture and it will be full of Europeans, with a few SE Asians who are genuinely interested and don’t wish to detract. Most of central London is like this until someone puts on an ethnic event, then they come in from the inner city suburbs, fight, and go back afterwards.

      I wish the same could be said of many of our smaller towns and cities where the few remaining refuges are disappearing fast, and with fewer European visitors to shore up our numbers.

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  19. Thoughtful says:

    Well the last night of the Proms passed off with no real issues save for the number of EU flags allowed into the RAH. Totally unrepresentative of the rest of the country because when the cameras panned to the crowds in the rest of the country there wasn’t a one to be seen, but the one place where the BBC did have control seemed to be flooded with the damn things.
    All the promises this wouldn’t happen given at the start of the season evaporated like many other BBC promises, it wouldn’t surprise me if they were being given out free again.

    Just shows the gulf there is between Londonistan (where the BBC are based) and the rest of the UK.

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    • Nibor says:

      Thoughtful,

      I feel sorry for the remainers . You can buy English ( Scotch , Welsh , Irish ) and British flags , mugs , tea towels , trays etc from any discount store or pound shop , but an EU flag ? You have to go on Amazon and pay heavily.

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Ban the EU flag from public – it’s as offensive as seeing a swastika flag or hammer and sickle.

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      • Lord Wreath says:

        This is getting silly.

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      • Alicia Sinclair says:

        Agree-now we`re leaving, any EU flags or face painting is a real provocation.
        Didn`t used to be-but given that we know the black hearts of the Remainiacs , and their wilful winding up of the rest of us-it should be banned.
        Hurts my feelings and it triggers me into being sad.

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      • gaxvil says:

        Quite right Ian. The flag is a symbol of oppression just as much as the Confederate one.

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    • Clare says:

      Londonistan v the rest of the UK, you think?

      Take a look at this obnoxious, racist, low-life rubbish from Edinburgh:

         8 likes

      • Deborah says:

        Well I managed about 2 minutes of this rubbish. Obviously featured a very angry young black man. Perhaps there are no pictures of his ancestors hanging on the walls of the Scottish National Gallery because his ancestors were not living in Scotland at that time and in his culture oil paintings were not common 200 years ago. But who allowed him to film his misunderstood anger in the gallery and who paid for the film? Perhaps they should have spent time teaching this young man his own history.

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        • Clare says:

          The delightful character is from Liberia. I googled Liberia to make sure that my understanding of its origin was correct (bold is mine):

          “The Republic of Liberia began as a settlement of the American Colonization Society (ACS), who believed blacks would face better chances for freedom in Africa than in the United States.[7] The country declared its independence on July 26, 1847. The United Kingdom was the first country to recognize Liberia’s independence.
          “Liberia is the only African republic to have self-proclaimed independence without gaining independence through revolt from any other power, and is Africa’s first and oldest modern republic.”
          “Political tensions from the rule of William R. Tolbert resulted in a military coup in 1980 that overthrew his leadership soon after his death, marking the beginning of years-long political instability. Five years of military rule by the People’s Redemption Council and five years of civilian rule by the National Democratic Party of Liberia were followed by the First and Second Liberian Civil Wars. These resulted in the deaths and displacement of more than half a million people and devastated Liberia’s economy.”

          So it went the usual African way then.

          Back to the video, the Edinburgh-based trio of which this man is a member, remark at one point that those Scottish National Portrait Gallery are “a long line of inbred spawn, soon to die out themselves”. Doesn’t that sound a bit like hate speech? Well, a lot, actually.

          May I suggest, Mr Massaquoi, that you refrain from commenting on the many things that you don’t understand, and go back whence you came. I’m sure that Liberia could use your unique talents.

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    • Andy S. says:

      I read on a news site the other day ( it may have been Breitbart) that remainers were going to infiltrate the audience at the Last Night of The Proms and unfurl EU flags. If it was known then, why didn’t the BBC ensure this didn’t happen? I think we know why. It’s well known the BBC have accepted millions of Euros from Brussels.

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  20. Guest Who says:

    BBC Trending rather in danger of themselves becoming a trend (not in a good way) for this special ‘take’ on what you need to get used to living in the BBC’s vibrant cultural melting pot.

       18 likes

    • MarkyMark says:

      Moroccan TV shows how to cover domestic violence bruises with makeup {dec2016}
      To help women battling domestic violence, a Moroccan TV channel offered some advice: Cover your bruises with makeup.
      The state-owned 2M TV caused controversy with its segment on Wednesday showing a makeup artist covering blue “bruises” on the eyes and cheeks of a model.

      – only 9 months ago for this news article from Moroccan TV? Similar problems?

         17 likes

      • Guest Who says:

        Maybe Danny Cohen can get back into the BBC’s good graces with the sequel to his earlier triumph, with the launch of Marry, Slug, Foundation?

           7 likes

    • G says:

      GW,
      All part and parcel of living in a World class city. Innit?

         11 likes

    • Alicia Sinclair says:

      Got to be a goer in Tower Hamlets.
      Avon Ladies offering free caustic soda and bicarb instead of make up remover and foundation powder.
      Like the idea above for free EU loo rolls too, make good make up remover pads I`d have thought.
      Wonder if I could get a free trade agreement to export all of the above?

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  21. MarkyMark says:

    Totalitarian or misunderstood? Will the BBC £3.5bn News Service let us know? {bbc.co.uk search ‘Waziristan’}

    Taliban ban music in N. Waziristan {may2007}
    MIRAMSHAH, May 7: The local Taliban Shoora on Monday imposed a ban on sale of CDs and cassettes and music in buses and passenger coaches in North Waziristan. (a mountainous region of northwest Pakistan, bordering Afghanistan)
    The Shoora also ordered owners of music and video shops in Miramshah to wind up their businesses immediately.
    Armed volunteers raided music centres and CD shops in the town and asked the shopkeepers to stop playing music.

    They said that the board of governors of the Bajaur Public School and College, an English medium institution run by the political administration, had changed students’ uniform from shirt and trousers to shalwar-kameez after they received threats and ‘orders’ to stop using ‘western uniform.’

       17 likes

    • Thoughtful says:

      We should invite these people into England!
      The sooner Lilly Allen’s bank account is affected by Muslims who ban her whiney voice the better, and that goes for a lot of other similar lunatic lefties living in the lap of luxury detached from the reality of the hell they have created.

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  22. gaxvil says:

    Today we’re informed by the bbc that for Brexit and Trump it was Russian Twitterbots what won it. So that’s okay then, not the fault of the ‘deplorables’ after all. That simplifies matters then all the left need do is shut down Russia – simples!

       24 likes

    • Richard Pinder says:

      I do watch Russia Today. But only because they are much less censorious than the BBC when it comes to British politicians and scientists such as UKIP MEP,s and left-wing Brexit supporters.
      I find that the Russian presenters and guests are boring, but the American presenter Peter Lavelle invites American guests such as intelligence experts who are well informed about the Seth Rich and other Democratic Party employees, their leaks from the Democratic Party servers, and Wikileaks.

      On the other hand, the BBC needs to maintain a web of censorship over this story as it does over Climate Change, as was revealed by the Mensa article “BBC Censorship”

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  23. Richard Pinder says:

    The BBC seemed to have inserted about ten members of the white European Union master race, into the crowd, on the left-centre of the frontal standing arena of the Royal Albert Hall. They were all crowded together and waving about ten identical sized Blue Star flags. In fact there were so few Union Jacks, the schizophrenic BBC seemed to be struggling to find shots with Union Flags in them. But in Hyde Park and Northern Ireland, I could not spot a single EU Flag amongst the Union Jacks.

    Its not an event that you would expect Remain supporters to be interested in going too. But obviously they only went to the event to protest against freedom, democracy and the patriot music.

    The fact they got right up front at the Albert Hall, and didn’t go to Hyde Park, shows they must have been rich elitists, or paid by rich elitists, such as British staff employed by the European Union, or Members of the House of Lords such as Lord Hall, and organised by the BBC Question Time selection team, who also obviously must have handed out the EU Flags.

    I think that this follows a PR stunt were the BBC advertised a fake ban on EU Flags.

       51 likes

  24. Beeb Brother says:

    The Beeb website ran a ‘news’ story about how Susan Calman has responded to ‘controversy’ over her not having a same sex partner on Strictly. By ‘controversy’ they mean confected outrage by some SJW lunatics on social media. It’s a show about dancing and great music, what idiot wants to make it about anything else? Apparently Calman said she did not want to offend her ‘community.’

    I think the right will fight back in the culture war for the simple fact that the Left just is not as cool anymore. No humour (the left can’t meme) just pathetic, childish whining. The Trump memes are so brilliant. None of the SJW stuff is any fun; they take themselves so seriously and I have always disliked that.

    I have known many gay men; they considered themselves as individuals, no part of a ‘community.’ The black guy I play table tennis is a builder, sportsman and quiz enthusiast. He is not exclusively part of the ‘black community’ and the idea that he cannot be an individual because he is a minority is insulting, suggesting he is sub human and can only function as a herd animal. It is all so divisive; when people do buy into this crap it can make them bitter and openly racist, as we saw with that charming transgender model.

    I wonder if they can go a whole day without some pet issue story? Nothing to do with gender, race, disability or sexuality?

       59 likes

    • G says:

      BB,
      Just when you think the liberals have exhausted their aberrations, they always seem to find more. What next?

         12 likes

      • Scroblene says:

        You’re being hamsterist now, G…

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        • ID says:

          Scroblene

          Apparently, there is a condition called “species dysphoria”
          Instead of waking up one morning and intuiting that “you are a woman trapped in a man’s body you realise that you are in fact a “hamster trapped in a human body”.
          There are Therian and Otherkin communities who are supposed to “identify spiritually” with various animals or even extraterrestrials!!!!. Of course, these variants of dysmorphia are not mentioned on the BBC because they would highlight the ridiculousness of “gender dysphoria”.
          For the same reason, the various forms of marriage that are rationally possible, but would go one cultural step too far, were not mentioned in the context of the “gay marriage debate”.For example, as long as no children were produced, in the interests of inclusion, you could legalise all kinds of intrafamilial deviancy.
          The attempts to legalise sex with children in the 70’s, especially in Germany and Demark, on the pretext that children are “sexual beings” for whom it was “healthy to express their sexuality”, seem to have been abandoned for now. But where one door closes, another door to some other issue of gender/sexual politics can be opened and the BBC enlisted to nudge its licence payers through it.

             6 likes

  25. quisquose says:

    Anybody familiar with Radio 4’s ‘flagship’ religious programme Sunday will know that it has become just another BBC propaganda programme sometimes with the most tenuous link to religion.

    The main article today was a continuation of the BBC’s Panorama ‘exclusive’ on what’s going on in a deportation centre, or even that there should be a deportation centre. Their reason for including this story on a religious affairs programme? Their man on the inside is now a Priest.

       23 likes

    • Beeb Brother says:

      I could accept their news being massively biased – I just change the channel when it comes on. What is so bad is how the propaghanda creeps into other programmes. This morning the brilliant ‘Something Understood’ was pushing Islam, which I frankly find somewhat distasteful when the Manchester arena has only just reopened. And all their ‘comedy’ tends to be sneering at all the ‘Nazis’ they disagree with. Get me to a safe space!

         34 likes

    • G says:

      Quisquose,
      Not just a ‘Priest’ – a suffering from PTSD Priest. All down to his time with G4S. His worst experience? Overhearing an inmate on the telephone talking to his child whilst pleading he will commit suicide……………..
      Grow up.

         16 likes

  26. AsISeeIt says:

    BBC News Channel 7.45 where this Licence Payer tunes in and stumbles on the start of the BBC tech show “Click”

    We are told this episode will focus on a recent technology exhibition and bring us lots news about exciting innovations. Interesting.

    But this is the BBC, so right at the top of the show presenter Spencer Kelly turns to the camera and sets off on a social justice warrior-type lecture on how there are just not enough women working in tech.

    Apparently “Click” runs up against this ‘problem’ all the time – Spencer tells us that when the show’s team turns up to a technology company again and again there are just no women available to talk to them. In fact he says: “it’s all men”. One gets the wonderful image of the largely male BBC tv team pleading for a female subject to put on camera. Something like the BBC arriving at some achingly white literature festival and busting a gut to locate a black face to put on our screens.

    So the tech show “Click” headlines a politically motivated diatribe against a particular set of social choices by men and women and it goes on – the situation which our Spencer characterises as ‘a problem’ begins early he explains. Young girls are actually turning away from stem subjects at GCSE level. Only 20% taking computer science and just 10% in engineering. Quite why we are supposed to fret about these choices and exacly how this is supposed to be unfair in any way is not explained by our Spencer. He just requires us to accept his assumptions and go along with them as though they were our own.

    I highlight this example of the BBC attempting to socially engineer our society since it is rare for the equality of outcome argument to be quite so openly and boldly expressed. We know the BBC regularly promotes metropolitan liberal elite views and that across a wide range of programming the broadcaster will tend to embed marxian post-modernist thinking. However, when pushed the corporation always pretends to balance all views and to deny it falls sway completely to any one set of opinions or assumptions. It lies to us.

       36 likes

    • Beeb Brother says:

      There is a good article in the Spectator about gender differences. They studied what girls and boys Google, and they overwhelmingly fit the stereotype: males preferring sport and porn whilst women spend more time on social media posting selfies and researching beauty products. That people Google in private, away from the pressure to conform to PC dictates, shows how profound gender differences are.

      So many women say they like having a man around because they can fix things. I imagine many women’s idea of living hell would be fixing computers all day, yet the lunatic Beeb manage to spin this as some sort of ‘oppression.’

         32 likes

    • Beeb Brother says:

      Why must everyone be the same?

      You don’t get harmony if everyone plays the same note. Men and women have qualities which complement each other. What is so ‘oppressive’ about that? Men don’t fancy manly women and women don’t fancy wussy men.

         20 likes

      • Scroblene says:

        In my particular case, I do the bits Mrs O’Blene doesn’t – it matters not one jot whether she can or can’t, I like to do them. She’s by far the best cook in the world, so I never go there, except if I want something she doesn’t want, and the same goes for me mending the Hoover, or making the outside furniture etc.

        Why do the ltgshdgfytrbd brigade want to create issues with such a normal trait?

        I wish the bbbc would concentrate on people bringing children into this world and continuing with a loving relationship – doesn’t matter who, what or with – as long as they are honoured as the sort of young people with a vision for another generation.

        And stuff all this religion crap too. It’s not religion, it’s anti human nature.

           9 likes

    • Beeb Brother says:

      Why must everyone be the same?

      You don’t get harmony if everyone plays the same note. Men and women have qualities which complement each other. What is so ‘oppressive’ about that? Men don’t fancy manly women and women don’t fancy wussy men.

         8 likes

    • Ian Rushlow says:

      As Camille Paglia memorably put it on the differences between men and women:
      “There is no female Mozart because there is no female Jack the Ripper.”
      And therein lies the Achilles Heel and ultimate undoing of the Left. They might believe that men can marry men and make babies, or that little boys can be turned into little girls. In the short term, they may be able to enforce their views, silence or even kill their opponents, wreck Western civilisation. But they can’t defeat nature, which works from millions of years of evolution rather than a hundred years of textbook theory by malcontents and the maladjusted. To quote Trotsky, they really are destined to end up in the dustbin of history.

         25 likes

      • Alicia Sinclair says:

        Think Camille also said that there`s have been no World Trade Centre without men testing themselves and their toys/technology.
        Women would have contented themselves with fluffy cushions in the atrium or reception area.
        Happen to think that no women would have selflessly persihed in the Twin Towers either-343 firemen(and they were ALL men!)-died in order to try to save others, as only men would.
        It`s neither ight or wrong, nor is it any disparagement of me and mine-it just is.
        When will the liberal fools actaully work with our natures instead of preverting them for their own tawdry (and rather sick) purposes ?

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  27. theisland says:

    bBBC have Bliar on their Home page (of course).

       56 likes

  28. G says:

    We all know the state of being where you wake up, dreaming. So it was, in that dream that I heard that Tony Blair has announced that the UK should have an immigration policy. Stop! wait! it is actually true! It is no dream! Tony ‘flood the UK with alien’s’ Blair has written an article in the ST suggesting just that. Pity he didn’t think about the same “policy” when, during 1997 to 2007 as PM, he undemocratically and secretly authorised the importation of millions of aliens into the UK. Blair is credited with three quotable quotes on Wiki. The first one caught my eye: The art of leadership is saying no, not yes. It is very easy to say yes.” What a pric*. His actions are treasonable in my book.

       47 likes

    • Grant says:

      G,

      What I do not understand is why anything that Tony Blair says is of any relevance. He is unelected and his opinion no more relevant than the man or woman in the street.

         41 likes

      • theisland says:

        Money. Corruption. Delusion. Propaganda.
        etc. etc.
        The tools of the traitor(s).

           23 likes

        • MarkyMark says:

          Tony Blair wants tougher immigration rules for EU citizens

          But the real point is that the times were different; the sentiment was different; and intelligent politics takes account of such change.”
          The co-chairman of the campaign group Leave Means Leave, Richard Tice, said Tony Blair’s attempt to deny democracy would be seen for what it was.

             14 likes

          • Peter Grimes says:

            How does The Liar Blair view closer EU integration and the proposed EU army, I wonder.

            He claims the NHS wasn’t under pressure in 2007 and that most EU immigration came after. I wonder if Pandy Marr will ask him if there is a relationship between the two?

               14 likes

          • Peter Grimes says:

            The Liar Blair has dead eyes. Is it the start of the old Italian saw that fish rot from the head?

               13 likes

            • Grant says:

              Is there anything that Blair will not do for money ? He is a whore.

                 13 likes

              • theisland says:

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                • Grant says:

                  the,

                  Nigel, splendid !!

                     9 likes

                  • Alicia Sinclair says:

                    Blair is to the EU project , what Rudolf Hess was to the third reich.
                    A mad go-between.
                    In truth though, whenever he opens his lying trap. I sense that the good people of this country dig in for victory that little deeper. We`ve not come this far, taken this much slime and lies only to let a creep like Blair speak for us.

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          • Peter Grimes says:

            And as usual, Pandy Marr refuses to ask the pertinent questions.

            Unemployment in 2004 was 4.8% and it rose to 8% in 2010. Accession EE migrants in the U.K. rose from under 200k to over 800k in that same period.

            Again, Marr refused to make the correlation and query The Liar Blair about it.

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      • Peter Grimes says:

        It is no coincidence that The Liar Blair visited, and was warmly greeted by, Stuka Juncker in Brussels 10 days ago. The Liar Blair is Stuka’s poodle and is yapping for him.

        I’m waiting to see if Marr’s Blair interview is in the R4 studio or a hotel. If the latter, you can bet your boots the bones of the recording were released to newspapers to make the biggest splash.

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  29. MarkyMark says:

    The future is now … DJPtUSpW0AAp0KW?format=jpg

       18 likes

  30. Lock13 says:

    Ahhhhh How lovely BBC at the Great North Run has managed to find two American Lezza’s who are getting married at the finish line

       30 likes

    • Alicia Sinclair says:

      What with the Proms, this Great North Run and now Radio 2 paying for all manner of music in Hyde Park…sense the BBC want Nuremburg rallies with training shoes and disco balls. All these big crowds-sport and pop culture and all 24/7 on the BBC.
      Riefenstahl would be very impressed, free EU flags for all.

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  31. Venutius says:

    More airtime from the BBC to Blair, this morning, with some ‘not so forensic’ questions from Marr. But then the BBC is very much Blair’s monster to use as he see’s fit.

    He’s (Blair) asking for each MP (across the spectrum – i.e 75% of parliament) to subtly oppose Brexit. He advocates using “every effort to ‘convince’ their constituents they were wrong to vote Leave”.

    This strategy will then reposition and justify a re-run on the decision we find at destination. To help this, he proposes amelioration of the reasons British people voted for Brexit; i.e ‘giving some control on EU immigration’, thereby putting the country more in a climate where a second referendum becomes politically viable. So, effectively, the old ‘triangulation’ technique he and his cronies employed to repeatedly dupe the nation after parts of our country gave this salesman/lawyer a mandate under our corrupt FPTP system.

    In his own words and without any hint of irony, “I’m always on the side of Britain”…. I admit, I genuinely laughed out loud.

    The obvious counter to this is…foreign migration between 1997 and 2010 was 3.6 million, and Private businesses are still owed over £209 billion over the next 35 years – the result of more than 700 private finance initiatives (PFIs), not to mention dodgy dossiers, etc, etc….none of this really explored by Marr!

    In my opinion he is right in one sense, those driving the Brexit vehicle are reluctant passengers. He simply plays on that fact to his own end. The question for us as a nation is, ‘will he and his ilk dupe the nation again’, and, have those in charge of the vehicle got the courage to see it through?

    Perhaps with the help of the BBC they see an opportunity to change course?

       29 likes

    • JimS says:

      Blair told us that leaving the EU was like moving house but not knowing what the new house would be like.

      Using his analogy being in the EU is like finding that your parents sold the freehold of the family home that you inherited and that the new landlord is determined to make life hell for you.

      Blairism offers a world ruled by a cozy pack of ‘leaders’ that know what is best for us. They certainly know what is best for them.

         36 likes

      • Alicia Sinclair says:

        Since the referendum and the election of Trump, our betters and the controlling elite have come to the conclusion that democracy and free speech are overrated, and have now reached the end as useful shibboleths to themselves.
        Very EU, very Soviet and very Islamic really.
        No surprise that these are their influences and their models now.
        Unfortunately for them, there are still plenty of us who`ll not back down-their only hope is that they can string us along until their snowflakes , their migrants and rainbow brownshirts get our names or we die off.
        At least we all know how little democracy and the vote now mean to them. They can no longer appeal to these as being worth any regard.
        The middle class need to get ready for civil war now. Hope we`ll not need it-but it`d be a fool who`d rule this out.

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  32. davylars says:

    The Great North Run.
    At the moment we have the start showing on the BBC.
    As always, when looking at the participants hardly an ethnic face to be seen. Apart from the professional African runners.
    Of course, on the vox pop’s they manage to find a couple of Sikh’s. presumably cos no Muslims were on hand, and a couple of American lesbians about to get married after the race.

       19 likes

  33. G says:

    ‘No smoke without fire’. It has always been suspected that the Saudi dictatorship is involved in islamic terrorism, at the least financially. Seems more information is emerging about 9/11 –
    https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/09/saudi-government-accused-of-funding-dry-run-for-911-jihad-attacks

       8 likes

  34. BRISSLES says:

    Gave a sigh of relief yesterday when I saw a photograph, that there was at least one area of our way of life that hadn’t been infiltrated thus far. The graduation class of Norland Nannies !!!! regardless of your outlook on wealth and privilege, those nannies in their dependable uniforms, and 3 chaps that had also cut the mustard, was a comforting sight of nostalgia. A bit like watching the tv ads before diversity took hold.

       20 likes

  35. Pounce says:

    So regards those Nazis found within the ranks of the British Army which the left (Looks at bBC) have used in which to substantiate their so called claim of a rise in nationalism and hatred towards Poles (err no his attacker was black) , Transgender people getting sacked (Err no that prick was an open racist) Nbr of Muslims in Jail ( Where do I even begin) and of course the racism that Blacks face (Yet leave out that more black people were killed in London, by blacks between 2001 and 2011, than British soldiers in Afghanistan.

    Well it appears that 2 of the 4 soldiers arrested have been released without charge. . What I can’t understand is when people from a certain community are arrested for terrorism, I am told that:
    1) These people are not Muslims
    2) Not all Muslims are terrorists

    Yet when British soldiers have been implicated in anything (And how many cases have fallen flat on their face?) the left have no problem screaming out that there is a problem with:
    1) White people
    2) The Military

    Funny that?

       48 likes

    • EnglandExpects says:

      The BBC and the government are going to be hard pressed to use National Action to show that there is some kind of equivalence between Muslim terrorists and ‘extreme right’ groups. Muslims – 600 plotters at any one time , unknown number of lone wolf types gearing up to hire a van or car, say 1000 returned jihadis our useless border people have let back in, and tens of thousands of Muslims minimum who passively sympathies with terrorism. National Action – about 100 people, mostly active as gym goers or on the internet, not one convicted of a terrorists plot – 2 of the 5 arrested just released without charge. Of course the Saunders Prosecution nazis will be doing their best to convict ‘the right ‘ of hate crime too.

         28 likes

      • Steve Jones says:

        The military has become the BBC’s latest target in their campaign to malign and undermine all aspects of what Britain is renowned for. There will be more of this as they desperately seek a way to discredit our armed forces.

           24 likes

        • Grant says:

          Steve,

          The education system, politicians, most of the MSM, judiciary and police have all been captured. That just leaves the military.

             14 likes

      • Doublethinker says:

        I can feel my anger rising week by week. The liberal left spearheaded by the BBC are trying harder than ever to undermine my country. They have been doing so for decades but it seems to me that since Brexit and the election of President Trump they have become ever more brazen in stuffing their liberal left ideology down our throats. I have had enough of it. I am getting to the point where I just want rid of these lying bastards and I don’t care how it is achieved, anything is better than the future that these buggers have in mind.

           28 likes

      • Al Shubtill says:

        National Action was probably an MI5 / Special Branch creation.

           5 likes

        • Doublethinker says:

          Agree. Anything to justify further oppression of the British People’s Resistance

             5 likes

          • Al Shubtill says:

            Also:
            “Look! Look! Look! We told you it’s not just Muslims who are terrorists and who are being radicalised!”

               8 likes

  36. Pounce says:

    Now that the bBC have been exposed for the lying bastards they are regards the British response over Hurricane Irma. They find another angle in which to attack the British Government :
    Hurricane Irma: UK Royal Marines take aid to victims
    Meanwhile in non-British areas of the Caribbean, stranded UK citizens have criticised the government, some claiming “there’s been no relief”.
    Denise Harford had been travelling to a funeral in Grenada, but first went to the Dutch territory of Sint Maartens.
    She said: “There’s a curfew that’s going to be in place – there’s no food, there’s no water.
    “There’s no help for us, because we’re British.
    “We’ve had nothing from England… there’s been no relief.”
    She said she’d been advised to check the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website, but added: “How can you check the website when there’s no internet?”

    My f-ing heart bleeds.

       26 likes

    • Grant says:

      Pounce,

      The poor diddums. Is she so stupid that she is not aware of the risks in that part of the world ?

         7 likes

  37. Pounce says:

    So regards Hurricane irma and landfall on the US mainland. All the bBC has been reporting it , its going to destroy Florida. Here is what is happening in the real world as of 11am UK time.
    https://project.wnyc.org/hurricane-tracker/index.html?year=2017&storm=irma
    Untitled-1.jpg

    I wonder why the bBC hasn’t mentioned that the vast majority of Florida has and will missed a huge bullet

    Here is a live feed from NBC
    https://www.nbcnews.com/video/watch-live-coverage-of-hurricane-irma-1040645699733
    Much better than the bBC offering.

       20 likes

    • Steve Jones says:

      Here is a freebie for the BBC’s tabloid headline writers, ‘Irmageddon’.

      They are quite welcome.

      Hopefully, the BBC will not get the disaster its climate change agenda demands and the citizens of Florida will be spared.

         10 likes

  38. Beeb Brother says:

    I am at Old Leigh regatta; it must date back hundreds of years and is a traditional English affair with Morris dancers, tombolas and folk music. A man just apologised for accidentally brushing past me.

    O the oppression!

    Those evil white men terrify me! Get me to that safe space of Notting Hill, with its vibrant violence. Thousands are at this regatta yet not a single Police officer in sight. If this is the ‘oppressive’ culture then I am a banana.

       49 likes

    • Beeb Brother says:

      An acapella folk group is singing about popping to Southend for some fresh air, tea and sandwiches. No mention of guns, gangs, bitches or shooting rival folk singers.

         30 likes

      • Beeb Brother says:

        I see the ‘Far Right’ Nazis were released without charge. Well that is a relief I thought the Fourth Reich was imminent.

           22 likes

        • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

          Beeb Brother – Fourth Reich cancelled you say? Drat, just after I’ve cleaned and pressed my natty SS uniform, and all that goose-stepping practice..

          I wonder if those Antifa chaps will let me in their gang instead?

             12 likes

          • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

            Oh dear, the TV baking man’s got into trouble for pinching my ideas!

            http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41218525

               1 likes

            • sanitycheck2 says:

              I am unsure whether one could properly describe his outfit as a Naz! outfit. I consider this to be somewhat of a grey area, and one where history is being rewritten.

              The picture shows a low ranking officer of the Wehrmacht. This is very different to an officer of the SS. It is the officers of the SS who were the true Naz!s, and who were members of the Naz! party.

              I think that there is a strong argument that only the highest officers in the Wehrmacht (cabinet level/chief of staff such as the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, and the Oberkommando des Heeres etc) are properly to be classified as Naz!s. Mid to low ranking officers were soldiers, and not unduly political.

              Of course, it should not be forgotten that Naz!s are extreme left wing, although the likes of the BBC and The Guardian would like to rewrite history and portray them as right wind extremists. They were not. They were extreme left wing/left wing extremists, but with nationalism thrown in to the mix.

              But the central point is that Paul Hollyward probably did not mean any offence by the outfit, and probably no one was offended by the outfit. That is why nothing was heard about the incident for years. The problem is that the left do not appear to have a sense of humour.

                 9 likes

              • Teddy Bear says:

                Just to prepare you for how the BBC can use the term right wing to suit their own agenda, regardless of the actual mindset displayed, here’s an example.
                About 8 years ago a poster of mine complained to the BBC regarding their referring to the BNP as right wing. Here’s their response: (highlights mine)
                REPLY FROM BBC
                Dear Mr Digger
                Thanks for your e-mail.
                I understand you have concerns with our presenters and reporters referring to the BNP or similar parties as “far-right” when you feel that this description is inaccurate.

                I can assure you that we carefully consider the terminology before referring to any organisation or person in our news reports.

                The BNP was born out of the National Front – a “national” party, who like many parties purporting to represent the national interests of a particular country, claim themselves to be national socialists. NS is an extremely left wing form of political belief – Hitler’s Nazi party were national socialists, and therefore technically left wing – but so left wing as to appear right wing in their extreme and racist views. The same can apply to the BNP.

                I would like to assure you that I’ve registered your feelings about this matter on our audience log. This is the internal report of audience feedback which we compile daily for all programme makers and commissioning executives within the BBC, and also their senior management. It ensures that your points, and all other comments we receive, are circulated and considered across the BBC.

                Thank you once again for taking the trouble to share your views with us.

                Regards

                Ross Montgomery
                BBC Complaints
                ____________________________
                http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints

                You couldn’t make it up! 🙄

                   13 likes

        • Grant says:

          Beeb,

          ” National Action ” is a proscribed organistaion. The BBC website helpfully gives a link to HMG’s list of 71 proscribed organisitions. Almost all of them have one thing in common . Can anyone guess what ? No prizes for the right answer !

             21 likes

          • Beeb Brother says:

            It’s so funny how often they shoot themselves in the foot; it’s a risk you have to run when you are lying. My favourite was when they ran with a delicious ‘hate crime’ committed against an asylum seeker, exploding with an orgy of virtue signalling about how refugees are welcome. When it turned out the assailant was himself a refugee they went quiet, showing how in reality the world is too complex for moronic slogans like ‘all refugees welcome.’

               20 likes

  39. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Watching The Pledge on sky tv the guardian columnist Afua Hirsch said she had received lots of nasty comments because she thinks our national heroes statues (Nelson) should be torn down.

    She was born in Norway.
    When people are born in England they somehow become English so how is she not Norwegian.

    I believe her parents are from Ghana or Nigeria, somewhere in Africa anyway, so how is she not Ghanain or Nigerian (or wherever they come from) the same way that Joanna Lumley and Cliff Richards are English although they were born in India.

    Maybe she is.

    Anyway, what right has she got to turn up in our Country and start whinging on about statues of our heroes which upset her.
    What’s the point of having people like her who appear to hate every aspect of our lives and yet doesn’t appear to want to go back to her own people.

    By the way, The Pledge panel is slightly more balanced than the QT panel as it consists of three remainers and two leavers each week.

       39 likes

    • Grant says:

      Emmanuel,

      ” Afua Hirsch ” sounds like an alcoholic drink. What is her beef with Nelson ? Of course, he was white, imperialist and defended slavery. And who taught the white man slavery and sold their own people to the slave traders ? Step forward, Afua’s black African ancestors. Is she going to apologise for that ?

         28 likes

  40. david01 says:

    Oh Dear, what a dreadful interview with Blair this morning. Firstly it was far too long and gave a platform to him to put forward his skewed views, obviously planned with Jonker, which came across to me as’ hope springs eternal’. As Blair dwelt at length on potential things the EU could do to help UK to stay in the EU the burning question I would have asked him would have been about giving up the rebate in exchange for the EU promising to look at the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy . And ‘look’ was all they did- no action at all- except that UK’s financial contribution increased. I am afraid Blair’s lies , dissembling and obfuscation have caught with him and by and large he has lost respect amongst the British. So why did the BBC permit such a long interview to be aired when on most other programmes “time is short and we will have to leave it there” ? I cannot recall there being such a long, uninterrupted interview with Farage, Mills or other Leave proponents. The vote to leave was convincing. The BBC is still trying to drive a wedge in a democratic vote.

       40 likes

    • EnglandExpects says:

      Marr spent years worshipping Blair and New Labour and he can’t throw that off. Fortunately however many uncritical interviews Blair is given by the BBC, he will still look like the shifty charlatan he is. Blair wanted us to join the Euro, he went the extra mile to let in Eastern European migrants after 2004, he wanted to be President of the Comission or Council ( I forget which) around the time he quit as PM. He is just an EU lackey. Cameron tried to negotiate restrictions on free movement with the EU in 2014-15 and got nowhere . Nothing has changed now despite Blair’s daydreams .

         16 likes

    • Lefty Wright says:

      There is one thing for which I have to thank Mr. Tony B. Liar. He cured me of a lifelong addiction to a rather nasty disease called Socialism, which caused me to lie to myself about humanity time and again. Many thanks Mr Liar.
      Sad to say the world is not and never will be fair.

         11 likes

  41. BRISSLES says:

    Afua Hirsch is ‘listed’ amongst other attributes, as being a barrister. Well, aren’t barristers amongst the highest paid of our professions in this country ? and if so, why isn’t she plying her trade and making mega bucks, or is the limelight too much of a draw for her, so supplements her income by being a Guardian journalist ?

    I’m getting heartily sick of watching these ‘born-in-another-country,-but-I’m-BRITISH” mouthpieces (Hirsch, Alibaba-Brown, June Sarpong, Shabi, Soni, and all other foreign journos/presenters) get air time in telling us how we should behave and what MY country should do. Do any of our British born who have naturalized elsewhere start venting their feelings on their new homes ? – not that I’ve heard. Can you imagine Sir Antony Hopkins who took US citizenship in 2000 sounding off about what the States should do about N.Korea ? No, and this lot that we see regularly on the box should keep their traps shut also.

    I’d love to get them all in a room together, and ask one question; “where was your grandfather during the last war ? – certainly not fighting for the British cause that’s for sure”

       37 likes

  42. Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

    Hi all, this is the BBC’s headline on their Football News page: ‘A harrowing afternoon but Liverpool’s brutal reality check must be put in context‘. It is currently the second story on their football news page and was a prominent story on their Sports News page. If you click on the headline it relates to Liverpool Football team losing a game of football.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football

    When reading that headline I thought there had been some sort of deadly terrorist action or that they were reviewing the Hillsborough tragedy of 1989, where 96 Liverpool fans died. But no it was just a report on a football match.

    Then I thought to myself this is yet another fecking example of how the BBC can spin the news to create whatever they want to create – either a crisis when there is no crisis … or an “everything is fine” story when there is a crisis.

       12 likes

  43. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Good. Things are looking up. So- ehem MRS MAY!!!? when are all the Syrian so-called “refugees” going home?

    And the Moroccans, Algerians, Eritreans, Somalians, Sudanese, Pakistanis, Afghanis, etc etc etc that you brought here on the back of the excuse that there was war in “Syria”.
    When are you sending them back Mrs May?

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/damascus-international-fair-signals-syrias-revival/5604825

    “For ordinary Syrians who attended, the fair was a symbol that their country is slowly returning to normalcy and that the secular government which provides for equal rights between religious and ethnic sects as well as equality between men and women is more determined than ever to build a modern country that reflects the real values of the stalwart Syrian people.

    In addition to companies demonstrating their products, the fair also featured events displaying Syria’s rich cultural heritage.”

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  44. StewGreen says:

    Remember the Russel Square knifeman was a “mentally ill Norwegian”
    ie his parents were refugees doing asylum shopping so got after Norway quickly moved to England.
    “Afua Hirsch (born 12 June 1981) is a writer, broadcaster, barrister and human rights development worker of Ghanaian, English and Jewish heritage”
    “Hirsch was born in Stavanger, Norway,[2] to an English father and a Ghanaian mother, and was raised in London”
    “author of Brit(ish) – a book about Britishness and identity, yet to be published”
    “became a legal correspondent for The Guardian… and served as The Guardian’s West Africa correspondent, based in Accra, Ghana.
    From 2014 to 2017 she was the Social Affairs and Education Editor at Sky News.”
    Writes about what her mother told her when preschool she lived her first few years in Norway
    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2013/may/26/being-black-in-norway-afua-hirsch

       6 likes

    • Lucy Pevensey says:

      Stew,
      She sounds like a poster-child for globalism.

         6 likes

    • Grant says:

      Stew,

      But what did she write about what her white British father told her ? She sounds like just another racist.

         9 likes

    • sanitycheck2 says:

      Since I have lived in Norway, and am married to a Norwegian, I thought that I would check out her article. It said nothing at all. I guess that that is the state of journalism at The Guardian. Short on substance and lacking in insightful observation.

      She says:

      They have rebranded black people recently, apparently – changing the term from neger, which obviously has unfortunate connotations – to the more politically correct svart, meaning “with an immigrant background”. But black Swedes are svart even if they were born in Sweden. Not sure we would stand for that in London.

      i am not entirely sure what she is seeking to imply with that comment, but “svart” is Norwegian (and Swedish) for the colour black. Svart does not mean “with an immigrant background.”

      So Norwegians and Swedes are simply calling black people black. nothing remarkable in that. Something that goes on everyday in the UK, and is celebrated in awards such as MOBO (music of black origin).

         9 likes

      • BRISSLES says:

        Am I missing something here ? what IS it with Norway ? if there’s an attack the media put it down to a mentally deranged Norwegian, and now Hirsch is of mixed race and born in Norway ! and why does she have to be ‘British’, when Norway is a far richer country than ours, so what’s wrong with being Norwegian ?

           6 likes

        • Scroblene says:

          This all really buqqers up the myriad of translated Scandinavian books, doesn’t it!

          The Lars/Lisbeth Trilogy was outstanding, and some of the later ones were just as good, but hellfire, what am I supposed to do if some tgtfstynfuyrw Norwegian starts writing fhdjfhtufhvndhfyrg stories, which I can’t understand until I realise that the whole book is total rowlocks, and I have to wear a bag on my head, stick two pencils up my nose and recite Blackadder…

             3 likes

  45. scribblingscribe says:

    Paul Hollywood used to present an unwatchable program about making cakes on the BBC before he and the program defected to Channel 4. The BBC are obviously upset, and have done all they can to traduce the new program using their radio and tv networks.

    The latest attempt is a photo from 2003, of Hollywood dressed as a German World War 2 soldier. Apparently, this is forbidden by the BBC, and if it is forbidden by the soft left then no one is allowed to dress as a World War 2 German soldier for reasons I cannot fathom.

    However, Hollywood was actually dressed as a character from a program called ‘Allo ‘Allo, which was made by, erm, er, oh yes, the BBC.

    You couldn’t make it up, but the BBC do and do and do.

       46 likes

    • Steve Jones says:

      Why doesn’t Paul Hollywood just tell the BBC to go f*ck itself. He must know they will never employ him again using our money so what has he got to lose?

         24 likes

      • Spiderman says:

        Correct, Mr Jones. As my grandmother taught me, if you’re going to apologise, your first words should always be “Fuck you.”

           5 likes

    • Doublethinker says:

      Scribble,
      What Hollywood should now do is to say that the series which that Muslim women won was fixed by the BBC who forced him to let her win. Doesn’t matter if it’s true or not, after all the great Satan of the BBC care nothing for the truth so why should those who oppose it. Imagine the fun that the Mail could have asking why the BBC gave this woman a platform while knowing that the contest that brought her fame was fixed by themselves. This story could run and run and undermine the BBC credibility with those people who actually watch that Bake Off thing. Come on Paul stick the knife in deep and twist it.

         27 likes

      • Scroblene says:

        Who the hell watches some poncy crowd sticking jollop in an oven anyway?

        Whatever happened to real life…

           7 likes

  46. gaxvil says:

    bbc reporting of Macron, Saviour of Europe and Obama / Trudeau poster boy, seems to have dropped off.
    Wonder how Norway and Germany will go?
    Norway have seen what’s gone on around them – do they want to be part of that?
    Merkel, like the ‘IT’ spider at the centre of the web, still insisting on an Iran type deal to solve NK but who is going to finance it?

       8 likes

  47. MarkyMark says:

    For a successful campaign make people in photo look at what you want to sell … eyes in kids Brexit charter look at EU signpost.

       20 likes

    • gaxvil says:

      Am I missing something? The Brexit vote was a majority decision on which the government is legally bound to act?
      Or was it just a suggestion? Was the GE a suggestion?
      Again, like the sucking up to Islamists – I don’t see what they think they stand to gain by kissing the Euro arse.
      If we’re considering the kids futures, Europe sends rather more of them here for jobs than vice versa.
      So what are they offering our children other than a pretty blue flag to wave ?

         15 likes

  48. thirdoption says:

    methode%2Fsundaytimes%2Fprod%2Fweb%2Fbin%2Fd8283c36-9306-11e7-bebd-80ab3cacd299.jpg?crop=2667%2C1500%2C0%2C0&resize=1200

    The embarrassing clown of a reporter, Jon Sopel, has brought out a new book called “If only they didn’t speak English: Notes from Trump’s America”

    It is described as “explaining the frustrations and failures that led to the election of a clownish reality-TV mogul to the world’s most important job.”

    It is published by BBC books.

    Jon Sopel is paid £250,000 per year to work full-time as a reporter for the BBC, funded by the Television tax commonly referred to as the license fee, yet still somehow finds time to write a book that is blatantly biased against President Trump and then has it published by his employer.

    What an absolute disgrace both Sopel and the BBC are……Sopel should be sacked for failing to do his job properly and the BBC should be prosecuted for failing to uphold their obligation to impartiality.

       70 likes

    • Doublethinker says:

      He on the list of those who won’t be missed.

         23 likes

    • EnglandExpects says:

      I loath Sopel and the overlarge number of BBC people who report from the USA. They are all left wing and unashamed haters of Trump. Why do we have to pay for them? I hope his book is a complete flop.

         40 likes

      • gaxvil says:

        It is mind blowing even if you consider ONLY presenters of say, bbc World Service.
        That kind of cash could change lives.

           9 likes

    • Grant says:

      third,

      But who would buy his book ?

         9 likes

      • thirdoption says:

        The 35,000 anti-Trump, anti-Brexit leeches employed by the BBC 🙂

           24 likes

      • Scroblene says:

        The Guardian has pre-ordered 100,000 copies. They’ll be given out free next week.

        And the Evening Below-Standard has also bought a new photocopier, so they can buy one copy and print it for people who go to sleep on trains.

           9 likes

      • G.W.F. says:

        Grant

        Staff in yoonies will recommend their libraries buy many copies.

           1 likes

        • Grant says:

          GWF

          Don’t suppose their are many copies of Douglas Murray’s latest book in Unis. Reminds me of going into Napier University library in Edinburgh. They had 5 pristine copies of Chris Patten ” East and West ” about how he buggered up the handover of Hong Kong. How many times had the books been borrowed ? Zero.

             1 likes

    • StewGreen says:

      His income from his book will not be declared as part as his salary.
      Yet it’ll be licence payers that will pay for the free promotion
      Which will brainwash librarians into buying it at public expense.

         13 likes

    • MarkyMark says:

      All opinions Jon Sopel are 100% BBC approved as per BBC guidelines? How many BBC hours spent on the book that public paid for? All proceeds to License payer?

         12 likes

      • Steve Jones says:

        Kamal Ahmed, the clown business reporter, has also taken extended leave to write a book. What a great company to work for. Not getting paid enough? Take as much leave as you need and keep all the proceeds.

           20 likes

    • Lefty Wright says:

      thirdoption
      The BBC should be prosecuted.
      Correction. The BBC should be shut down

         11 likes

    • StewGreen says:

      @thirdoption the Twatterphere informs me that BBC Books in not a BBC company, cos in 2007 at least 80% was sold to Penguin
      Well so the book is 20% backed by BBC Worldwide
      and the weight of the BBC name
      So the Twatterphere is wrong to tell me “Sopel’s book earnings are nothing to do with BBC”

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  49. Thoughtful says:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/09/09/same-sex-dance-partners-cards-strictly-come-dancing/

    I think the URL says it all really, but to think that a gay man can make a suggestion and the BBC then seize on it simply because a vanishingly small minority suggests it shows how far down the path of idiocy they have gone.
    Alas thanks to the ‘unique way they are funded’ the BBC does not need to care about audience reaction nor viewing figures.

    On top of all that is the fact that they will piss any Muslim viewers off royally ! How is it that if I say something that pisses the Muslims off I’m ‘Islamofauxbik’ but when they do it then the Muslims better damn well get with the program?

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    • thirdoption says:

      Here’s a picture of the BBC’s favourite left-wing, gay vicar, Richard Coles with his former partner, wee Jimmy Sommerville from their days in the Communards.

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      What a handsome pair they make.

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    • gaxvil says:

      I think it’s now generally acknowledged by ordinary folks that bbc ideal is, ethnic / gay / transvestite / trans gender / Muslim – in no particular order.

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      • Scroblene says:

        Happy looking chums aren’t they.

        Licking piss off a nettle seems to come to mind…

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        • gaxvil says:

          Fascinating how all gay people are portrayed as kind, loving, victims – I mean there’s never been a gay murderer has there?
          Reminds one of another group of kind, loving, victims? Ah yes, Muslims. Both groups have an awful lot in common maybe?
          Put them together though and ooh err missus.

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          • Alicia Sinclair says:

            Didn`t Tom Robinson used to be gay? Lord knows, he sang of it enough around the student unions-well, “sang” being a very loose term for what he did.
            And now he`s straight as I believe.
            Now is that due to some Christain aversion therapy programme we don`t know about?-or was he turned by seeing so many professional gays at the BBC, and decided to brand himself as something far removed from the typical BBC employee?
            Any answers Dimbly?

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  50. quisquose says:

    On Friday a 16 year-old was given a three years custodial sentence in a young offenders unit for an attack in August 2016 on Arkadiusz Jozwick which resulted in his death.

    Did you hear about it on the news? No?

    Compare and contrast to the way the news of his murder was reported last year. It was just after the Brexit vote, and I am sure everybody will remember how the public was manipulated into believing that the two were correlated. The BBC news made it their headline for days, lecturing us that it was a hate crime, and racial tensions are high because of Brexit. There was flowers, there was a visit from the Polish president. Nigel Farage even got the blame, and the message was clear … Brexit voters look what you have unleashed.

    It was none of that of course, it was the all too common story of two groups of men arguing about nothing in particular, it getting out of control, and a single punch ending in a death.

    The only place I heard Friday’s sentence mentioned was on Eddie (£400,000 – £449,999) Mair’s PM programme, and he did refer to the hysteria of last years reporting. But even the 2 mins of sensible reporting here was in stark contrast to their own frenzied reporting which they were also guilty of.

    Now I understand that two of the 4 squaddies branded “right-wing terrorists” have been released without charge, and no mention on the BBC front page. Again compare and contrast with the hysterical reporting from a few days ago.

    I really think the BBC are guilty of stirring racial intolerance and suspicion. They really should be called out loudly for the traitors they are, prosecuted even using the same laws that they have helped create.

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    • Beeb Brother says:

      How much racial hatred did they stir up with their whole biased justice system against minorities nonsense on Friday?

      The idea that scumbags like this lot care one iota about politics shows how insular the media bubble is. There is an underclass, so like the Proles in 1984, and they generally have no interest in politics or any of the issues that concern our liberal elite. In another case of fake news, a gang supposedly asked someone if they were an asylum seeker then beat him up. I knew of the pub where his assailants had been drinking and they would not even know what an aslylum seeker is.

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