Weekend Open Thread 21 December 2018

The Christian tradition of Christmas must cause great angst to the Far Left BBC . Concentrating on the secular will be the remedy as well as being ‘inclusive ‘ and ‘diverse

To all our pagan colleagues – happy solstice

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373 Responses to Weekend Open Thread 21 December 2018

  1. BRISSLES says:

    Further ‘sightings’ of the Lesser Spotted Drone over Gatwick, making complete charlies of our joke police force who are floundering about like the Key Stone Cops.

    Its more laughable than a Carry On film !

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    • Mrs Kitty says:

      Have to disagree re it being funnier than a Carry on film, introduced husbands 16 yr old goddaughter to Carry on Up the Khyber I’ld forgotten how non PC and funny it was it had her laughing as well.

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    • vlad says:

      I will not have our police mocked. They are admired throughout the world for their rainbow-painted nails; their dancing and grinding skills at multi-cultural festivals; their zero-tolerance to those holding views to the right of the bbc; and their implacable pursuit of imaginary hate crime.
      So what if they don’t actually catch criminals or prevent drones? That’s not their job. Crime prevention is so passé.

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    • gb123 says:

      Time to borrow a true European army. The trained anti drone eagles from the Dutch.

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    • lojolondon says:

      Yep, unfortunately our cops are fully trained in dancing with drunk carnival-goers, wearing gay-rainbow badges and searching for people saying nasty things on the internet, but totally useless when dealing with violence or criminal behaviour of any sort, including attacks with dogs, knives, guns or drones.

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  2. MarkyMark says:

    “It must be for the UK to decide the way forward for our country.” – DAVID MILIBAND

    Barack Obama: Brexit would put UK ‘back of the queue’ for trade talks

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  3. Fedup2 says:

    Toady Watch

    Of all people – Lord David Dimbleby PLC – is editor of Toady . So he interviews a failed politician Viscount George £ Osborne .

    We should be grateful to Osborne for unwittingly engineering brexit .

    Osborne ran Project Fear during the Referendum and was so out of touch with us that he didn’t realise we’d rebell against his vile political class if given the chance

    None of the smugness has gone from Viscount George – a character trait he shares with Dimbleby – the BBC made flesh .

    The interview was confirming of the swamp – the bubble . I’m sure they went off to their club after their chat.

    ( I’m not against clubs – just them and their bubble )

    I’m sure he is on YouTube announcing the brexit vote – priceless

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    • gb123 says:

      I didn’t see it. He faces an identity crisis now because he can no longer swan around the UK businesses he almost brought to their knees dressed in high vis jackets and vests. What can he do to compensate for this? I guess the club, soaked in sherry and mince pies dreaming up scare ploys will have to do for now

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  4. StewGreen says:

    I collated all the stuff about yesterday’s Vine show, and the way it seems
    BBC working together with Eco-activist lawbreakers

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Stew
      Being a bit Machiavellian I hope that those caught ‘ droning ‘turnout to be ecology nuts as it will set back their cause more than anything else they could do .

      It would be sad if it turns out to be just people who got sacked from the airport or don’t like noise . If they are foreigners we won’t find out for quite sometime .

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    • StewGreen says:

      Paul Homewood has now done a similar long analysis, focusing how the BBC did articles ‘telling us ABOUT” ER , but actually hid the fact it’s a front for Marxist anti-capitalist dreamers.
      https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2018/12/22/bbc-and-the-extinction-rebellion/

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  5. DickMart says:

    As the year closes, I think we should run our own “BBC Impartiality Awards”. My starters for ten are Mark Mardell (Brexit); Mishal Husein (Israel); Anthony Zurcher (USA), but with stiff competition from Jonny Dimond (Trump); Kamal Ahmed (economics).

    Any other nominations?

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Hi Dick

      I ran a thread a couple of weeks ago on the issue and awarded the biased bbc presenter of the year award to a Mr Jon Sopel ‘ for outstanding contribution to president trump bashing .

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      • Roland Deschain says:

        And a worthy winner was Mr Soapbox.

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      • DickMart says:

        Sorry to have missed that, Fedup2 – don’t always have time to read all the posts. Yes, I’m sure that Sopel was a very worthy recipient.

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        • Fedup2 says:

          Dick
          No worry.- the tread is still there . I’ve think we’ve all got our favourites . Mine are really the Dimbleby twins – they embody so much of what is wrong with Blighty- nepotism – champagne socialism – sneering at anyone without their taxpayer funded view of the would and a healthy view of avoidance of tax through dividend payments .

          Their offspring will be turning up as bbc presenters sooner or later

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  6. AsISeeIt says:

    “Some people know more than us”

    So says Tessa Dunlop (History: St Hilda’s, Oxford) as the BBC Breakfast newspaper review guest this morning. Our Tessa delivers a veritable tour de force of on-message BBC agenda from the red sofa. Cringing gurning token bloke Chris Mason & the feisty femme host set our Tessa off but she sails through the papers like a BBC pro ticking every approved narrative box.

    “Amber Rudd for PM” we are told – just in case there’s a vacancy, mind you. Of course she’s an “arch-Remainer” but she has apparently declared “gender war” on the over-touchy after-lunchy Juncker and the stupid woman muttering Corbyn. So it’s all good and our Amber’s photo in the papers today is very Prime Ministerial agrees stupid boy Chris Mason (well, how could he disagree?)

    Then there’s Donald Trump to bash. The wall is supported by his far right support we are told. Seems the very idea of a border is practically fascist these days.

    Some NHS nanny state gal has been gently mocked in the Mail & so our Tessa leaps to the defence of the experts who know more than us. And here come the hard right again…. they are to blame for a fall in take up of vacination. Half of Italy has the measels and that’s due to the right. Hmmm…. not due to a huge migrant influx? I’ll take your word for it Tess – afterall, you as part of the expert elite probably know more than us plebs.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Today on social media is going men… even more mental lifting quotes from renowned and respected guest George Osbourne.

      One thread is based on the ‘mistake’ of letting the people in on the deal because we are all thick and it should be left to Parliament.

      Has he looked across and around at the collective IQ of a sea cucumber now installed in that green padded bedlam collection?

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      • Fedup2 says:

        Guest
        Yes that’s what he said – all too complicated for the plebs. Nice line too about no comments from Cameron who is busily writing his book .
        It’s too late to voice an opinion on Cameron but when Brexit gives us freedom and hopefully begins to demolition of the ReichEU he might well be seen as an ‘ average ‘ PM . Shame he wasn’t conservative though .

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    • Rich says:

      As,

      I’m not too familiar with Tessa Dunlop but a quick search reveals she met her Romanian future husband while teaching English in his native country. She was 19, he was 12. Nothing inappropriate suggested but she thought enough of him to arrange a scholarship for him to her old school, the private Strathallan in Perthshire, after he attended the English classes she taught while doing humanity work/ improving her cv in her efforts to get into Oxford at the second attempt.

      I’m sorry I can’t link to the 2012 Daily Fail article but it’s worth a look, if only to confirm everything you imply about her and more. She might know history, or a version of it, but I wouldn’t value her opinion on any thing happening now.

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  7. Guest Who says:

    Needs to be posted in every rotten bbc editorial guideline folder.

    http://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2018/12/less-than-half-story.html

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Guest
      Thank you for the link . I keep informal contact with the website and think that should this one be ‘ taken down’ or ‘lost’ people not already on it should migrate there – unless anyone has any other ideas..

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    • Roland Deschain says:

      Read this Twitter thread and weep. A generation of Eloi have been raised.

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      • john in cheshire says:

        When is the retribution going to start? In our country and elsewhere.

        These sub-humans and all the others like them are an existential threat to all non-muslims. They cannot be reasoned with and it’s a waste of money and manpower to jail them.

        I have a suggestion, when they are caught, send them to the Vatican because Francis is now telling us that we should not kill evil bastards. I don’t know which Bible he’s reading but it’s not the one I’m used to.

        Sweden, you need to start educating your youth about islam and protecting your children from its followers.

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  8. Cassandra says:

    David Dimbleby. being interviewed by Humphries on Today just now reacts angrily when told he was ‘posh’. “I’m not posh. I’m just an ordinary chap!” (or words to that effect.)
    Really David? Father was Richard Dimbleby, one of the pillars of the BBC; educated at Eton (remember JRM’s retort on Question Time?) and Oxbridge. Nepotism, totally out of the question! Being left wing and chairing Question Time, a programme that hosts a biased panel and audience that share your views; what an outrageous suggestion!
    You and your brother worked hard and really did struggle to get where you did, overcoming all the hardships that life threw at you.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Cassandra – people get the wrong idea about Dave Dimbleby – he ain’t posh at all – so ‘e sends his sproggs to Eton and owns a company – that’s not posh is it ? He’s just like ordinary people right ?
      ( nuf said – innit )

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      • Cassandra says:

        Desperately trying to find a video of ‘Dave’ Dimbleby and his brother driving a car in the south of France when they were teenagers, Fed. No luck so far but I was amazed when I came across this letter from Guido’s ‘Order Order’ site…

        “A long time ago, but probably in the late 90’s I came across a black and white TV sequence of Richard Dimbleby and his wife touring the south of France in an open topped car in the early 50s. So avante guard for post war Britain. Dimble senior was being interviewed by a BBC type who sounded so Cholmondley-Warner.
        The interviewer then turned to the Dimble junior brothers, David and Jonathan, and asked them how they were enjoying their trip.
        David sounded so posh he could out posh the Queen with his high pitched, cut glass accent and was certainly streets ahead of JRM.
        Poor man obviously felt it necessary in later years to try and adopt a more estuary type of accent.
        Unfortunately the BBC decided to remove the film from the archives.”
        The BBC removed the film from their archive!
        Never mind. I’m listening to Radio 4 Extra now. The BBC is eulogizing the late comedian Rik Mayall. Rik didn’t reciprocate this outpouring of love when he was still alive…
        BBC-Rik-Mayall-650.jpg?w=650&ssl=1

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        • Fedup2 says:

          Cassandra – I guess the Estuary English the Dimbleby brothers adopted was from the upper part of the Thames around Windsor – quate close to Eton comprehensive … ( which incredibly has charitable status – what ? )

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        • NameNotNumber says:

          Flashback time, and probably of no particular interest to anyone apart from me – but I do remember seeing the Dumbles film at the time it was first shown, Dad driving, Mum and two younger Dumbles – I’m pretty sure it was shown as a short travel documentary film in cinemas rather than on TV. For some reason it stuck in my mind – probably scarred me for life.

          Rik Mayall, great comedian but pathetic attempt at cultural appropriation by the BBC

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  9. BRISSLES says:

    On Sky (sorry not Albeeb), a report on the invention of a recycled coffee cup – clearly a non news day; and the comments from the interviewer how he cannot start or get through the day without umpteen coffees. This got me thinking, how did we get to the point where this generation cannot walk a few steps without carrying a drink ?
    It started with the water bottle accessory, and now they’re all hugging a polystyrene cup with a baby feeder lid ! I’m interested how many on here do this, and why its necessary.

    Not so long ago we Brits used to laugh at the Americans and their addiction to coffee and refills, – yes we drank tea and perhaps were jealous of the ‘refill’ culture, but coffee as the first drink of the day ? never.

    Now drinking hot drinks ‘on the go’, and slurping direct from a bottle/tin can/carton be it water or beer, is the norm. Its really not surprising that there’s a recycling crisis. What’s wrong with drinking from a ceramic mug once you get to work ?

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    • rockefella says:

      Abso- bl**dy-lutely ! We do not see a member of the Cabinet getting into the ministerial car without one. I am sure the cups are empty and they just carry one for the cred …..

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    • Despairada says:

      Fans of Scott Adams cartoon strip Dilbert will have noticed that the characters who used to carry proper mugs around are now clutching plastic cups. Shirts and ties (men) have also been discarded in favour of the corporate polo shirt for men and women.

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    • TrickCyclist says:

      Brissles,
      A generation who can’t walk a few steps without carrying a drink? How about – “carry your coffee whilst on the go with this stylish and practical addition to your bike.”
      Halfords stock a Victoria Pendleton-branded coffee cup holder, because obviously a bicycle is the perfect place for drinking a steaming cup of takeaway coffee. Don’t know if they also sell a motorcycle ashtray.
      https://www.halfords.com/cycling/bike-accessories/bike-bottles-cages/pendleton-coffee-cup-holder

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      • BRISSLES says:

        Dear God, I suppose we have to be thankful its not a holder for a bottle of booze disguised in a brown paper bag ! Although, despite my initial comments above, I rarely see this obsession with carrying a hot drink, in my village. Perhaps its just a big city affectation – poor sods.

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  10. Guest Who says:

    It’s Christmas. There’s this sack of goodies. Turns out to be full of rats.
    ****
    “The BBC has “far too many management people”, says David Dimbleby #r4today”

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  11. thegooddoctor says:

    Mark Kermode’s films of the year, on BBC breakfast this morning – yet another example of the prevalent bias so many are sick to death of.
    Discussing ‘First Man’, the moon landing movie, Kermode couldn’t resist sneering at Trump (how original!) for quite reasonably criticising the film’s omission of the US flag being planted. Amidst the usual obsessions with gender identity issues, there was yet another Halloween movie (I like the John Carpenter original but how many damn remakes and sequels do we need of this?) recommended for apparently being all about female empowerment!
    Most films featured looked tediously typical of Hollywood dross, superheroes and remakes and sequels and ‘worthy’ subject matter etc etc, added to the underlying pushing of the BBC agenda so it certainly didn’t encourage me to watch most of the films reviewed.

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    • Beltane says:

      Kermode requires an immediate switch off. Watched in error for five minutes some time ago and left a very unpleasant greasy patch on the screen.

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  12. theisland says:

    A reminder by The List of bBC funding and its status as an EU propaganda machine
    https://thelist-brexit.com/bbc/

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  13. Rich says:

    A telling moment on Question of Sport last night that made me smile. I don’t watch the programme as it’s glory days are far behind it and only caught this passing through, but you would think that professional plonker Matt Dawson would be pretty clued up on who’s who in the world of sport, more so than most as it’s his job.

    When he and his team members, one male, one female, were doing the identity round he missed three. One of them was a foreign athlete or rugby player I think and they can be excused for not knowing who he was, but the other two were household names. According to the bBBC anyway.

    Despite the clue being an “England international and League and Cup double winner” Matt and his colleagues hadn’t a clue who Chelsea Ladies football “star” Fran Kirby was. They also didn’t know who Helen Housby was. You know, Helen Housby, who scored the winning point for the England Netball team in what The Greatest Sporting Moment of the Year featuring The Team of the Year at some recent bBBC high-profile, in-house awards ceremony.

    I fear the indoctrination isn’t quite going to plan bBBC, there appear to be some beeboids in need of further reprogramming/ enlightenment.

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    • Doublethinker says:

      One programme that I do regularly watch on the BBC is University Challenge and I am frequently astonished at the breadth and depth of knowledge of some young people. I know it’s a tiny group but they do know an awful lot of stuff, but of course they probably are still snowflakes with the typical idiotic value set. But I’ve noticed that in the past few years the questions have become increasingly PC with lots of questions about black writers, or obscure women scientists , or Indian geography. Pleasingly the students don’t get many of these questions correct.
      There is also a ‘celeb ‘ series , many of the celebs being Beeboids or leftist activists. It is amazing how ignorant they are. They know sod all about sod all which may well be why they are on the left.

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      • Rich says:

        Doubs,

        I know it’s not the bBBC but it was the final of 15 to 1 yesterday and I was surprised at how basic most of the questions were.

        I only saw it because my eldest had finished school early and decided to grace me with her presence in the living room. She loves general knowledge quizzes. I had to tell her that the current 15 to 1 effort is a poor imitation of the original that the unaffected William G Stewart fronted.

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        • BRISSLES says:

          Look at the age group taking part Rich ! When WG Stewart hosted you had to be of near genius intelligence, but now as long as you can recite your name, you’re in !!

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  14. fakenewswatcher says:

    I was looking at Anne Marie Waters’ contribution on SA and anti-white feelings in the UK and Europe, a day or two ago on this site. Had another look at Lauren Southern’s stuff on SA, as well.
    Compared that to Fergal Keane’s report on R4 on SA this week, on ‘racism’ in that country. Fergal was subtle, as usual. Subtle like a sledgehammer.
    Fergal’s conclusion -that black and white should and can work together in SA- I have no problem with. In fact, thumbs up.
    However, he started his piece off with two incidents of ‘white gangs’ attacking ‘inoccent’ blacks, and beating them up. Victims were interviewed to garner their feelings. A little Keanean scene-setter, so to speak.
    There was also a bit about the ANC land grab, and Fergal trotted out those familiar – but deceptive figures, which ignore -for instance- that more than half the country is desert or semi-desert. And that government owns vast tracts of arable land that could easily be allocated to black farmers, if that was really the issue.
    If Fergal’s ‘racist’ incidents actually took place, they are deplorable, and the local police will hopefully be dealing with them. However, the point was that, by now, Fergal had painted the picture of ‘racism’ he wanted to create. He went on to briefly speak to a white farmer’s wife who had seen her husband executed by armed blacks. I assume that Fergal would not have seen that as a ‘racist’ incident.
    That was presumably included to show how impartial and balanced the beeb are: they’ve given both sides, admittedly with different placement and time allocation…. And nothing, but nothing about the many beatings and torture of whites.

    The message from all these people and incidents is that we are looking at a numbers game. That explains why there is such enthusiasm to flood Europe with ‘migrants’, bringing in ever more numbers from Africa and the Middle East. That’s why the beeb conveys the deceptive message in its pictures that Britain is probably only slightly more than 50% white anyway. It is a front-runner in the ‘multicultural/diversity for Europe and the UK’ propaganda.
    The rest is not difficult to work out. And Anne Marie is right: whites in the UK and Europe need to wake up urgently, before they themselves end up being a minority in their own country.
    There is a strong anti-white sentiment afoot, disguised as all sorts of things from ‘decolonisation’ to ‘anti-slavery’.
    The strategy is to inculcate feelings of guilt, and suggest restitution. It is important not to fall for this.
    And useful to study such topics a slavery in some depths. When you examine its history, the picture suddenly changes very markedly from the one that is being peddled by the ‘liberals’.

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  15. NameNotNumber says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/empire_seapower/white_slaves_01.shtml

    A very informative article but it’s interesting to note that this is an archived page last updated 17 Feb 2011. It appears that, looking to the future, if the BBC can’t rewrite history then they will excise it.

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    • fakenewswatcher says:

      I seem to recall a book called ‘White Gold’, possibly by somebody Milton on the subject, will have to do some research…

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      • NameNotNumber says:

        You’re right – White Gold – Giles Milton – 4.5 star reviews on amazon – The story of Thomas Pellow. I’m reading it at the moment but, probably not necessary as I’m sure the BBC will be running an epic TV series on the subject soon.

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  16. vlad says:

    The following YouTube post was shared on Fb by one of the butchered Scandinavians in Morocco.
    It’s the sort of typical liberal pro-muslim anti-white propaganda the beebeestan would be proud of.
    Simple message: whitie = bad, muslim = good.
    I wonder if she changed her mind while being multiply raped and having her head sawn off.

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    • StewGreen says:

      I’ve not heard evidence that they were raped

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      • vlad says:

        The Scandinavian newspaper in the video says they were savagely raped. The day I’m given bbc-levels of funding and resources I shall do the necessary research and cross-check sources.
        For now I work on the assumption that the liberal msm systematically lie and play down the horror in such stories for ideological reasons.

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      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        If you think that the muslim savages captured two white girls and merely executed them without raping them first, you are being rather naïve. What would mohammed (pbuh) have done? I think we know the answer.

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    • TrueToo says:

      vlad, While I take your point and can’t argue with your conclusions, this was a horrific, barbaric crime against two innocent young women and I don’t think it’s appropriate to criticize their willingness to be taken in by pro-Muslim propaganda. Especially not right now.

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      • vlad says:

        The criticism was not aimed at the victims but at the far-liberal brainwashing that is so rampant, and so dangerous.

        It might have led to their deaths by lulling them into a naïve outlook on the world and a false sense of security about a part of the world so close to the trouble spots of North Africa and the Middle East.
        Decades of cushy peace and security in Western Europe and decades of liberal indoctrination (thanks beeb) have caused whole generations to have a rosy-eyed weltanshauung wherein evil does not exist, or if it does it’s all our fault.
        WRONG.

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        • Kaiser says:

          im with you here vlad

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        • TrueToo says:

          vlad, thanks for that response. I’m totally with you, but I just feel that at a time like this we should direct our ire against the barbarians of the Religion of Peace and their enablers like the lying BBC and leave criticism of the victims out of it.

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          • vlad says:

            No criticism of the victims intended.
            Plenty of ire towards ROP and their enablers, such as the beeb and the muslim apologist who produced that vid.

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          • vlad says:

            I may have ‘reported’ TrueToo by mistake. Do the Reply and Report buttons have to be so close??
            Especially on a Smartphone.

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            • Fedup2 says:

              Vlad

              I think the kids who design these sites like putting buttons close by just to wind people up . Truetoo has editorial control so you might have reported him to himself — if you get me drift .

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          • Oaknash says:

            True – I think the only thing that the victims were guilty was the “crime” of naivety. If one young woman is saved from a similair fate by being more aware of these medievel savages that are out there, then maybe a little criticism of their naivety is justified.

            No period of mourning will ever draw the sting of this untimely and savage death from the parents of these wickedly murdered women, but at least highlghting the circumstances of their brutal murders now – will make it less easy for the likes of the BBC and the Gaurdian to flush this story away down the memory hole.

            Of course some people can never be helped like the parents of Maria Ladenburger who after being raped and drowned by an “asylum seeker” from Afghanistan. At the funeral her parents requested that instead of flowers donations were to be given to a refugee charity.

            Our daughters (for all the best intentions) are vulnerable until we all start to wise up. They need to wake up fast, because the way things are going. We in the West we will be entertaining many more “guests” some whom will have a similair outlook on our young women, as these “gentlemen” from morocco had.

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            • TrueToo says:

              Oaknash, good post.

              I cannot understand how a parent can use the funeral of murdered a child as an opportunity to appease the murderers. The parents of Amy Biehl, stabbed to death by blacks in an SA township even though she was an anti-Apartheid activist, forgave and befriended her murderers.

              There is something so bizarre about that – lefty ideology reigning supreme over fundamental human instincts.

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              • Oaknash says:

                True – I think many of these people have spent much of their working lives being spoon fed this poisonous, progressive slop from school right through into adulthood (and in the case of Ladenburger I think her father may have been some sort of EU official).
                Assuming that they have also bought their kids up with the same naive attitudes – I suppose once one of their kids is murdered they have a choice.
                1 Admit they were wrong and therefore they are partly culpable in their childs death.
                or
                2 Blame someone/something else or put it all down to an “unfortunate incident” – no blame all around.

                I suppose option 2 enables you to live more at peace with yourself – however wrong and self deluding it may be and of course plays nicely into the Government/MSM narrative.

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    • Lucy Pevensey says:

      “Stranger Danger” Remember that? We used to teach the small children not to talk to strangers.
      It seems we now have a generation of young adults who have been raised to believe only white men can hurt them.

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    • fakenewswatcher says:

      If you can induce guilt in whitey and make him feel he owes you, you’re halfway there. If you can get him to loathe himself, three quarters.
      In the olden days he realized that guilt is due to individual sin, and his religion taught him how -as an individual- to obtain absolution. (This was apart from any punishment society might decide to impose) He couldn’t loathe himself, as the same religion also taught him of his individual worth.

      That religion is largely gone now, and has been replaced by a narrative of collective guilt. How can you obtain absolution? Hand it over man, your property and ultimately -yourself. And many societies’ leaders encourage the feeling of collective guilt, often because it suits their purposes (of control). Those same leaders will often move effortlessly from one top job to another, while all the time inducing guilt and signalling their own virtue.

      Brainwashing can do that to you…

      And the really guilty are the brainwashers.

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    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      vlad
      RD Above.
      “How much longer are we gonna put up with this being done to our children? She was calling out for her mother, FFS!!!”

      You may also see my comment on page 1 of this thread.

      They were young women, not children.
      They were doing some eco-nonsense degree.
      They apparently believed all the lefty nonsense they were told.
      They are exactly the type that write anti-white comments, in every medium, at every opportunity.
      They are exactly the type that chain themselves to planes to prevent deportations.
      They are exactly the type that encourage invaders with no thought of anyone else.
      They are exactly the type that join protests against any attempts to protect their country.
      They are exactly the type that get jobs in left wing councils and shred records of mass rape.

      I wish a few million more would go to Africa and get themselves killed, and take a few million similarly inclined men with them.

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      • Banania says:

        Gosh!

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      • Demon says:

        LastChance I was with you right up to the last sentence. They are the types who are brainwashed into those sets of beliefs but I cannot support wishing for people to be killed, except for actual terrorists.

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        • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

          I am largely with Last Chance on this..but I wouldn’t particularly want to see any of these youngsters get killed though, they may one day wake up and realise how the world really is. Eg rape and murder is a bit more important than worrying about aircraft emissions.

          But a country can only survive so many fools (young and old) and traitors. Until the left are ruthlessly purged from their stranglehold on education – and everywhere else to be honest – we’ll continue to produce what are effectively adult babies.

          Personally I don’t want them having a say in how the country is run, and I don’t want to live with them – their naivete is dangerous. You can say it isn’t their fault they have the beliefs they do, but that was no consolation to soldiers who died fighting units of the Hitler Youth in WWII.

          Maybe we could conscript thousands of them into a VSO or Peace Corps type organisation. Then send them off for a year to whatever s**thole country of their choice to do agricultural work. It might re-educate some. Maybe not all of them will come back.

          If the UK somehow turns away from its ever-leftward drift we’ll have to disenfranchise (some of) the under 40’s for a generation until they’re successfully unbrainwashed.

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        • Dystopian says:

          Yes brainwashed by the likes of the bbbc and then the [email protected] even report it with their ready made mitigations on behalf of the murdering savages stating that it must be because of what happened in Syria!
          Despicable [email protected]!

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    • StewGreen says:

      I’m tired, but ..On our part, i think we have to be a bit careful
      ..cos the libmob tactic is to look for an easy way to label you , and dismiss you.
      So it doesn’t matter if you make 19 good points and only one more flakey, they will zoom in on that one thing and label you “conspiracy-theorist, racist etc,” and tell everyone to dismiss you .

      eg If at a Tommy rally a guy reacts to provocation by doing a “JOKE” nazi salute, guess what photo out of 10,000 people is going to make the paper.

      Here in respect for the relatives of the dead care has to be taken. W e shouldn’t come across as saying “look at the stupid snowflakes”
      ..For one thing their naive beliefs are from being victims of the libmob media’s propaganda.

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  17. G says:

    I very much doubt whether anyone here will be surprised at more debased sickness sweeping Europe. Starting in Germany.
    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/13444/germany-child-marriage-law
    ” It took centuries to remove the Middle Ages from our law; we must not now bring it back for reasons of alleged tolerance or ‘individual case consideration.’ “.

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    • G.W.F. says:

      Whilst the murderers and their warped ideology has to be highlighted over the deaths of these two young women there has to be a resolute strategy against the forces that whitewash these atrocities. This should be accompanied with a willingness to discuss proposals for a cordon sanitaire around the shitholes which host the ideology.

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    • theisland says:

      Unsurprisingly the For Britain Movement is much stronger on Sharia law than UKIP (see their manifestos).
      I think this is the main reason for the ‘falling out’.

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      • G.W.F. says:

        To give an idea of the warped minds of the murderers, according to the Geller Report the murderers of the Norwegian girls send the video to one of the girls’ mother.
        It has me thinking. The need to involve families in some insulting way is a feature of Jihadism and their left wing supporters. Hence the attempts to reveal the address of TR ‘s family and the constant revelations of his real name, all originally designed to damage his family. Then the singling out of Rees Mogg’s children by deranged anarchists of Class War. There is a pattern.

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  18. vesnadog says:

    Hi, Guys n gals. The following remarks would be deleted on any BBC website so I didn’t try. However I thought we would like some Scottish wisdom:

    ‘Charlie’ from Fife said:

    “If someone is telling me they’re female, when I can see that they’re male, I’m already thinking the worst. They’re already lying to me. I would leave.”

    https://www.christian.org.uk/news/male-doctors-identifying-as-female-deter-women-from-life-saving-heathcare/?e211218

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    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      v
      You might have mentioned that the Christian Institute managed to find a photograph with two black hands in it.

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  19. StewGreen says:

    Back page of today’s Times is a an advert
    “Facebook : we keep your kids safe”

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  20. StewGreen says:

    Charities and sex abuse

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  21. theisland says:

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  22. jip says:

    “Amphibian that buries head in sand named after Donald Trump”

    Headlines the BBC on it’s “News” website, with a picture of some animal with “Donald Trump” hair photo-shopped on top of it.

    Can there be any pretense that this is “news”???

    How can such fetid drivel possibly be following any of the rules in their charter???

    Why is the BBC given the power of the force of law, to drag people in to court to hand over money for this, and have them thrown in to prison if they refuse to pay for this vomit???

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-46614138

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Jip
      Let’s face it Far Left BBC news coverage is put out by metro kidults for metro kidults .

      The local non Londonistan news I follow covered two separate near fatal yoof stabbings and one fatal yoof stabbing today so far . BBC coverage ? None . I know I’ve said here that it is the New Normal but to non report these serious crimes reflects poorly on the BBC however much it loves it muzzie incompetent mayor .

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      • jip says:

        Yeah, content like this makes InfoWars look reasonable and balanced. If a BS news article like this is not evidence of bias and infiltration at the BBC… then what is???

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      • Oaknash says:

        FE2 – I think if the truth is to be told (despite their race baiting protestations) To the BBC, young black lives are almost as expendable as young white lives.

        These days Allans Snack Bar is the only shop in town that matters.

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        • Fedup2 says:

          Oak
          Yes – even incidents like the yoof taking a knife into the old bailey yesterday to go to a ‘black’ murder trial hasn’t had much notice . He was intercepted by the security staff . Must be a cultural thing

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          • StewGreen says:

            Libmob & the Pseudo Barrister told us that Ezra was gonna be going down for taking a photo out of the Old Bailey window
            …Didn’t happen though did it ?

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  23. Fedup2 says:

    Plenty of End of Year Awards

    The FT has made George Soros their ‘ man of the year

    Leave EU has made Alistair Campbell remainer of the year with Soubry and the scatty Green MP joint second.

    Jon Sopel has one of our awards but sure there are others about ….

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  24. jip says:

    Roll up, roll up… whites still have upper hand in South Africa claims BBC…. as it lists numerous examples of whites lording it up over innocent blacks. For example…

    “Last February a 22-year-old black athlete, Thabang Mosiako, was walking with some friends in Potchefstroom when he saw a shop assistant being insulted by a group of young white men.”

    In true BBC style, these anecdotal stories are more important than statistics showing rape has risen, life expectancy has plummeted, and unemployment and poverty has increased since apartheid ended (unfortunately)… all these issues are the fault of whites we are told.

    The BBC of course does the same in the UK with Islam… where stories of people tugging on a hijab makes front page news as a hate crime, while hundreds of thousands of rapes if English children in places like Rotherham are hidden.

    I am starting to think that the BBC blames white people for everything… next they will be openly discriminating against hiring white people… but i’m sure that would never happen?!?

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-46071479

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  25. Lucy Pevensey says:

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  26. Lucy Pevensey says:

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    • G.W.F. says:

      Lucy Pevensey

      As it is holiday time let us speculate on this story.
      Migrants demand accommodation in the UK and are offered a home with Bob Geldorf. But they insist on been taken directly to Lilly Allen’s mansion. As a compromise they settle for J.K Rowling’s very kind offer.

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      • Demon says:

        But Rowling now says that she cannot take in any more migrants as she already has a couple of Afghans.

        And she has to walk them twice a day.

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        • Scroblene says:

          Trouble is, I can remember afghan coats being all the rage…

          I often wonder if all those stories about Harry Potter stopped kids gawping at mobile phones, and started to become literate. When the BBC used to do a good book prog, all those years ago, we had decent writers often reading their own stuff. Now it’s all pc nonsense, and very boring.

          J.K.Rowling’s stories about Cormoran Strike were quite good, but not really up to the standards of Da Silva, Hewson or Billingham. Still any fantasy these days may be down to the Potter stuff, none of which I’ve read, but there’s enough fantasy going on in politics to make me wander off and do a bit of gardening…

          And yes, how much dosh has she really given to house these new interns until they can start to enrich our lives?

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  27. Lucy Pevensey says:

    The millions in EU funding the BBC tried to hide
    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2014/02/the-millions-in-eu-funding-the-bbc-tried-to-hide/

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  28. Guest Who says:

    It is usually within the first half dozen comments you get the actual full context of any BBC story. For free.

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  29. Guest Who says:

    https://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2018/12/lockdown-at-bbc.html

    John Simpson ambiguity shock. Next up the saviour of British ‘News’ will be getting into a spat with these two tools of the state medium:

    https://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2018/12/im-about-as-posh-as-you-are-i-come-from.html

    As Craig points out, the BBC level of ‘verite’ is, as always, unique.

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  30. Guest Who says:

    The BBC likes FOIs and uses them a lot. It gets quite testy when folk don’t dance to its tune.

    So it is always interesting when…

    https://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2018/12/the-bbc-is-therefore-not-obliged.html

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  31. davylars says:

    Looking forward to watching the remake of The 1978 animated film Watership Down on BBC 1 at 7 o’clock tonight, though I am half expecting to see a couple of negro rabbits and one in a wheelchair shoehorned in somehow…

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    • Oaknash says:

      Dont forget the Islamic one in a burkah that gets hard stares from a skinhead on the bus on her way to buy carrots.

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    • davylars says:

      Well, I posted that tongue in cheek, but on were watching it I noticed some, err, how do I put it. Not quite Kings English accents. “Innit brov, know what a mean”
      A quick research of the cast
      Daniel Kaluuya. John Boyega.

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    • Lefty Wright says:

      davylars
      Will a white rabbit take the part of the evil General Woundwort I wonder?

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  32. G.W.F. says:

    Looking forward to seeing more dance shows on the BBC, with more emphasis on diversity

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    • Oaknash says:

      GWF – Is it the the new (yoof friendly) candidate interview for Oxford University?

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      • G.W.F. says:

        Oaknash
        Could well be. I have encountered regulations for PhD submissions which allow the candidate 15% of the content for his/her own culture to be included in specific subject areas.

        Looking forward to see our Diversity cops joining in.

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  33. john in cheshire says:

    This is an interview with John Pilger on RT, looking back over events in 2018. Whether you like Mr Pilger or not, whether you agree with him or not, he’s always good value.

    And if anyone is wondering who to donate to this Christmas and beyond, the Suidlanders movement in South Africa will no doubt welcome any amounts as well as more publicity:
    https://suidlanders.org

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    • fakenewswatcher says:

      Good interview.
      Why do journalists go along with the ‘deep state’…?
      Good question.
      ‘…while saying it’s for “democracy”…’
      At this point I feel it important to note ‘democracy’ has become a hollow phrase; for ‘Western’ journalists, arguably ‘diversity’, ‘tolerance’, ‘openness’ (whatever any of these may mean) etc have become more important than ‘democracy’. More important even, than the ‘Rule of Law’.
      There is now a ‘narrative’ about Russia, just as there is a ‘narrative’ about South Africa or Israel. 95% of what western journalists have to say about these nations is almost valueless, as the ‘narrative’ has long ago eliminated the evidence/facts.
      So the narrative about Russia is how it hacks the ‘West’, just as the story about South africa is about how race still defines virtue. etc etc

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  34. Fedup2 says:

    It will be interesting how the BBC will cover the death of Lord Ashdown – a leading remainer along the lines of Lord Patton .
    When I first heard the news I thought of that disgusting sentiment about brexiters dying off make the referendum invalid. Seems like remainers die too.

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    • Dover Sentry says:

      He was a Royal Marine Commando and served with the SBS, the Royal Navy’s equivalent of the SAS,

      Not exactly the profile of a BBC snowflake.

      RIP

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  35. StewGreen says:

    Sadiq is focused on gangs

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    • Dover Sentry says:

      Yes Mr. Khan, don’t let the facts get in the way of a database.

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    • taffman says:

      Is there a “disproportionately” high number of young black men getting stabbed to death?

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      • vlad says:

        And a disproportionately high number of blacks in gangs doing a disproportionately high number of the killings?

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    • jip says:

      This equality of outcome nonsense is the reason that the BBC keep on going on about “right wing extremism”…

      They want native English people to be terrorists and child rapists as as much as Muslims… that way that can blame everyone equally…. and it covers for the Muslims, and will fill their “equality of outcome” fantasy.

      Of course, this is not happening… so instead they hide Islamic child rape, and hype up the “right wing” and pretend objecting to Islamic child rape is “extremism”… in an absolutely pathetic attempt to convince the public that all cultures are the same….

      Well BBC, all cultures are not the same some cultures are based on idolizing a murdering genocidal, child raping, camel urine drinking thug. Can anyone guess the name of this monster???

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    • vlad says:

      Next the little Khant will be calling for an ‘overhaul’ of the police database showing an overwhelmingly disproportionate number of paedo rape gangs to be Pakistani muslims.

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    • Anne says:

      “a “disproportionately” high number of young black men”

      Where does he think Operation Trident come from? I can’t decide whether this man is dim, prejudiced, or both. He certainly knows the value of telling certain members of the “community” what they want to hear. However, I suspect that some of those who have lost family members as a result of gang warfare will also think he’s an idiot.

      Comments are not going well. I particularly like: “This sort of logic is how Rotherham happened.Bury the truth.” Spot on.

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  36. taffman says:

    “Darren Criss will no longer play LGBT characters”
    Does it work both ways – Gay actors will no longer play strait characters?
    I presume that there will be a lot of actors out of work then.

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  37. taffman says:

    ” Remainers criticise Corbyn’s pledge to pursue leaving the EU”
    That headline has quickly slipped off the headlines.
    Is he after the Brexiteer voters?

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  38. jip says:

    Get a load of this Scottish government advert, i hope none of you guys live in Scotland and “hate” a certain religion… Talk about thought police 🙁

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  39. Fred Stubber says:

    WIQ
    Only the BBC could have a quiz show (WIQ, R4, Sat 11pm) in which the question master and all the competitors are women, all the questions are about women or women’s issues, and all the answers show women in a good light; as heroines, adventurers, or philanthropists. Definitely no female murderers, fraudsters, or gangster’s molls.

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    • Halifax says:

      Why aren’t women any good at darts….could be a question

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      • BRISSLES says:

        Halifax, eeeeeerm, back in the early 80’s my collection of darts trophies started to resemble graveside monuments they were so huuuuge ! I was a member of two men’s teams plus 3 ladies teams, and played in a county league.
        I don’t follow any ladies sport, so haven’t a clue as to the state of play for womens darts, but back in the day I did take Maureen Flowers (google her – at the time she was girlfriend of Eric Bristow) to best of 3 in the national championships.

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    • Deborah says:

      Only a couple of nights ago I was watching an Only Conect. Wasn’t sure what gender one contestant was until they stood up for the wall. 6ft and broad shouldered and called ‘Emma’. Not by chance did ‘her” team get to appear I suspect.
      I did once hear that for Pointless the BBC deliberately go to LGBQTetc organisations to find such competitors, presume same happened here.

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    • Deborah says:

      Only a couple of nights ago I was watching an Only Conect. Wasn’t sure what gender one contestant was until they stood up for the wall. 6ft and broad shouldered and called ‘Emma’. Not by chance did ‘her” team get to appear I suspect.
      I did once hear that for Pointless the BBC deliberately go to LGBQTetc organisations to find such competitors, presume same happened here.

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    • Deborah says:

      Only a couple of nights ago I was watching an Only Conect. Wasn’t sure what gender one contestant was until they stood up for the wall. 6ft and broad shouldered and called ‘Emma’. Not by chance did ‘her” team get to appear I suspect.
      I did once hear that for Pointless the BBC deliberately go to LGBQTetc organisations to find such competitors, presume same happened here.

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  40. Guest Who says:

    Emily knows comedy.

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  41. Guest Who says:

    As with the BBC, the real story emerges in the comments.

    Still, pure ‘balance’ in the tradition of Polly Toynbee.

    Wonder how Katty and crew will play it?

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    • G.W.F. says:

      Guest Who
      No paper trail of his application or admission

      His SAT score was 1270
      The bottom 25% have an average SAT score of 1460

      photo.php?fbid=10216310183421437&set=gm.2210852925643394&type=3&eid=ARAvhO-3uaDMpCZz1lvZDdjy48Qz3T-Wrsj2ILS4kk9Gbop9nUKwF7QyOvTE8umjruaesLlEuvcUsHKu&ifg=1

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  42. Guest Who says:

    And…. they have found a new one!

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  43. Scroblene says:

    Has the BBC banned bacon from its lavish canteen menu?

    It’s a well known fact that eating two rashers of bacon a day gives you 100% immunity from being a suicide bomber!

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  44. Guest Who says:

    The BBC are on a roll today…

    Meanwhile, a building society Xmas tvc family wakes up to greet the viewer….

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    • JimS says:

      She must be worked off her feet at the moment! That and all the travel to the USA and Africa to find new ‘talent’ because there aren’t enough ‘British BMEs’ to fill the jobs that, (being ‘British’), they don’t want to do, (despite Brexit).

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  45. fakenewswatcher says:

    Don’t forget Fergal Keane. His story on R4 this am is about 1992 in South Africa, when he was lonely and ended up in Soweto – a happy man.
    It is touching, as are all Fergal’s tales from SA.
    And it is one-sided, as are all his tales from SA.
    It is superficial, as are all his tales from SA.
    It tells us nothing new, nothing deep, nothing revealing, neither do any of his tales from South africa.

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  46. Guest Who says:

    Who knows? It might just work.

    Of course, there are a few entities who operate on a ‘unique funding’ basis.

    Sources close to Cathy Newman have learned what she is saying is… “Sux to be you, suckers!”.

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  47. Roland Deschain says:

    I await the Sopel snark. I can only think the reason he hasn’t already done one is that his head exploded.

       19 likes

    • Roland Deschain says:

      Oops, wrong tweet!

         31 likes

  48. Guest Who says:

    There are ‘why I pay the licence fee’ moments.

    Apparently. Who knew?

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    • StewGreen says:

      strange that that Stoic Novice account hasn’t tweeted for 18 months , that is strange that it suddenly tweets to Amol

      Here’s a link to the BBC article about the top 5 pieces of writing from 2018
      Winner Jamelia : “I’ve been linked to a crime, just for clickbait ”
      protesting about the way the press tried to linking he step brothers crime to her.
      ..Well why wouldn’t they ..he is just one year younger than her ?
      and his biological father is the one that lived in the same house with them and their her mother
      Jamelia’s biological father was not on the scene.

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  49. StewGreen says:

    7am R4 “Veganism as a protected belief”, was the third item
    ..You see some wrongthinking employers are giving staff
    – leather safety boots
    – uniforms with wool in
    vegans want to see it in law than vegan options must be provided.

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