Start the Week 13 May 2019

The Far Left Failing Biased Remainer BBC is gearing up to be the official opposition to the Brexit Party . Ofcom will look away from the breaches of Election Law the BBC will be committing . Drain the Swamp .

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  1. Fedup2 says:

    Before I hit the ‘offswitch ‘ the work experience girl on Toady started interviewing Lyn Owens a top cop big pension who wants more money for her outfit .

    Police wanting more money used to be a given with public support . Now it will amount to an increased Stasi working on how to stop ‘ thought crime ‘ and going around telling people to be careful what they write on the net or even think .

    So – no more money – in fact cut it .

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    • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

      Fedup2

      I still occasionally put Today on. I listen for about two minutes as that is all I can stand.

      The format never really changes, albeit with minor variations. In no particular order we’ll get something along the following lines :

      – The Head of some awful Quango finger-wagging and moaning the Government isn’t putting enough money into x.

      – A green nutter saying taxes should be doubled for anyone who owns a car. And not challenged by the presenters.

      – A gobby northern nurse saying the NHS is dying and it’s all the fault of the Conservatives. Of course we later find out she’s a Labour activist.

      – Someone vaguely right-wing is interviewed and Mishal or whoever never lets them finish a sentence.

      – A black historian is on to remind us we are all racists, and let’s talk reparations.

      – Isn’t it terrible that gay toddlers in nurseries are still bullied.

      – Trump has said something..ha ha isn’t he a bit of a buffoon?

      – A black lady from the Congo has to walk a mile to the well, and it’s all our fault.

      ..I have to say though I’m in awe of the BiasedBBC posters on this site who continually put themselves through the torture of listening and watching BBC output for any length of time. You all deserve bloody medals!

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      • Fedup2 says:

        Dear ‘beach boy ‘ (great song )

        Thank you – having listened to Today since I was about 15 – /1975? It was a bit of a habit . You are right about the current
        Status . I find I am listening to bits of it but often just to report it here – although the gg tips help me to decide what not to flutter on .
        As for a medal – well I’ve got a gold blue peter badge – so it’s either a Nobel prize ( the bloke doing the wealth disparity study got about a £ million ? Or a Jim fixed it for me badge ( never met him ) as a reminder of the BBC collective high moral ground and the corruption which festers underneath …

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      • Fedup2 says:

        And someone always wants a new law or something banned ..

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  2. taffman says:

    Olly is off to Europe again.
    To get further orders?

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    • Kaiser says:

      probably discussing how many Brexit Party votes they can “mislay” without it being obvious

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Collect his Belgian passport …

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    • john in cheshire says:

      Do we know if he has influential relatives? How was he picked to lead the betrayal team? He might have a brilliant mind but he doesn’t look too bright, so the clincher has to be either family ties or membership of some satanic cult.

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  3. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2

    Chilling interview just prior to pre-8am Weather with Dame Lynne Owens, Director of the National Crime Agency. She was interviewed by Mishal Husain, who – to her credit – did get in an intelligent and pointed question about budget.

    I was left with no confidence in the Director or her agency. I was hearing incompetence on two legs.

    That was in addition to the Collecting Tin being rattled in front of the taxpayer.

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  4. Halifax says:

    I am really getting warm to the idea that Farage could be PM. Don’t laugh, people are looking for straight talking honest leaders I don’t mind being told “It ain’t going to be easy” or we “might have to sacrifice in the short term” but ffs tell it as it is. Treat the voter as intelligent people capable of forming an opinion even if it’s based on facts that might not be palatable. Nigel and the Brexit party stand for and believe in this country as I believe the majority of voters do. So we’ve had a comedian elected in Ukraine and a celebrity show panalist running the US so a x city trader running the UK isn’t such a fanciful idea after all……

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    • vesnadog says:

      Halifax.

      “tell it as it is”

      We who are old and lived through the War years know all about bad times; and when we voted Leave we were so angry by how the EU clowns used our money while still mocking us knew what could happen (for the short term) once we “Hightail” it out of that obnoxious swamp of creeps.

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  5. Guest Who says:

    BBC moaning emole [with added what might have been said ‘analysis’]

    ****

    Brexit: May’s negotiator asks EU for a chateau too as he’s been rumbled.

    With talks between Labour and the government on Brexit continuing, Theresa May’s chief negotiator, Olly Robbins, is travelling to Brussels. He wants to discuss possible changes to the political declaration on the UK’s future relationship with the EU. This is intended to meet Labour’s demand that any cross-party deal reached should be reflected in this document, which it argues is needed to ensure trust, blah, blah, blah…

    But 14 senior Conservatives have written to the prime minister warning her not to agree to any compromise with Labour that includes membership of a customs union with the EU. On the other side, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn’s also facing demands from his MPs to end the talks. Read BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg’s take on events, and once you have finished laughing, cancel your tvl and buy a Netflix sub.

    Plus, why not try our comprehensive guide to Brexit? You might be one of the remaining lunatics that think it may be useful.

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  6. Guest Who says:

    Nick has decided the analyse pauses.

    Not Winchell.

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    • Cassandra says:

      Every so often when Nick Robinson says something stupid about BREXIT, I get the urge to post this cartoon…

      30wpc5.jpg

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      • JimS says:

        Susan Reid looking to work for the BBC again?
        NINTCHDBPICT0004894146422.jpg

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        • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

          A very attractive woman visually, but absolute repellent personality.
          I’m afraid it’s a no.

             18 likes

    • Up2snuff says:

      I would have thought it was the EU Law that decrees that the UK is a net contributor to the EU Budget.

      Next question.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      I think that because nick has Tourette’s any moment of silence on the radio is a ‘failure ‘ . His favourite hobby is doing a ‘naughtie’ question with answer supplied so long that as soon as the interviewee attempts any form of response mr Robinson does a ‘ we’ve run out of time – now it’s over to Carlos shafterknacker with weather for 5 year olds ( look pictures of clouds )….

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      • Zelazek says:

        Fed,
        I laughed at that “Carlos Shafterknacker” for Tomasz Schafernaker. I love humorous misnamings. A BBC favourite of mine is the BBC Scotland sports reporter Kheredine Idessane being referred to as “Kerosene Diddyman”.

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        • Fedup2 says:

          Zel
          Glad it got spotted . I enjoy the super ego d weather people who carve out a beeboid career – now over to Carole …

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  7. Up2snuff says:

    replacement TOADY Watch #3

    Talking Brexit, and the EU film ‘Brexit behind Closed Doors’, with Mishal. The Elephant in the Room hasn’t occurred to or has been completely forgotten by the BBC and our Mishal.

    Gina Miller.

    [Supreme Court re Miller and others January 2017]

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  8. LastChanceSaloon says:

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/may/14/sweden-far-right-wartime-past
    Tue 14 May 2019 06.00 BST

    “The Swedish dream was always too good to be true. And now the far right is back
    Elisabeth Åsbrink”

    *

    “Elisabeth Åsbrink is a Swedish journalist and the author of Made in Sweden: 25 Ideas That Created a Country”

    [Elisabeth Åsbrink has an English Wikipedia article]

    * Herein is the body of the article, where we have the, rose-tinted spectacle wearing author, dragging selected bits of her version of history for the benefit of salivating Guardian readers. The Lefty version. AKA not the truth.

    The Lefty version, the one wherein the murder of 100 million people, by the religious maniacs of the Marxist far left, is airbrushed from history.

    The Lefty version, the one wherein the importation of religious maniacs, by the left, maniacs with an even greater death toll on their record tan the Left, is being resisted by patriots.

    [TrueToo: I had to edit this out and I’m sure you know why. Comments like that discredit you and discredit the site. Please don’t continue with them.]

    Normal, mentally normal, current Europeans are blameless, except in the Broadmoor world of the far left.

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    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      “You can no longer edit this comment.”
      Inserted by moderator, but invisible to BBBC readers.
      Why?
      Twelve minutes left.
      “tan” therefore uncorrected.
      No comments allowed.

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      • TrueToo says:

        LastChanceSaloon,

        “You can no longer edit this comment.”

        Others have also mentioned this problem .I hope this isn’t a vulnerability to hacking of this site.

        [See my edit of your previous comment.]

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  9. Sluff says:

    Obviously Nick has selective memory because otherwise he might have referred instead to Mischal ‘useless’ Hussein’s near car crash interview with the head of the National Crime Agency.
    First of all, Mischal decided to trash a half reasonable discussion by shoe-horning in a mention of Brexit in usual doom-and-gloom fashion. Much to my pleasant surprise the NCA lady rebuffed this, putting Brexit merely in the same category as any other change that criminals use to their own advantage.
    Second (and I was half asleep) Mischal asked a convoluted auestion. The NCA lady answered (the first part) and then asked in terms ‘what was the second part?’ Useless was floored. She had forgotten what it was !!!!!! Much guffawing and papering over the cracks.
    It was like watching the bully in ‘Tom Brown’s Schooldays’ finally get his comeuppance.

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    • Despairada says:

      Sluff,

      ” … the bully in Tom Brown’s schooldays … ”

      I hope you aren’t dissing Harry Flashman, my favourite anti-hero in the Flashman books.

         5 likes

  10. fakenewswatcher says:

    Oily Robbins off to do anything at all, gives me a bad feeling in my stomach. My head can’t yet quite figure out why. I don’t need even to know what it is Oily is up to. The gut pains.
    On Toady, Mishal did something useful for a change. She gave Tim Someone of Hauwei an extreme grilling. I happen to think the further they stay away from our 5G, the better. So, well done, Mishal!!
    May would consign us to the enemy without batting an eyelid. Worryingly, our ‘intelligence chiefs’ think Hauwei is dandy. Why do I keep thinking of the late of Messrs Philby, Burgess, McLean, Blunt, etc. so much lately?
    Top marks for humour to old Hauwei Tim, for insisting the Communist Chinese have absolutely no connection to, or power over, Hauwei. Had to raise a smile. All deception or all naivety? Or a bit of both?
    Back in the US, Donald Trump/Barr are doing a little investigating of their own, now that Mueller is done. Into the FBI and the role it played spying on the Trump campaign. Tables turned?

       25 likes

    • john in cheshire says:

      President Trump should:
      – Pardon or whatever is appropriate, Julian Assange and stop the extradition request – by Sweden or the potential USA request
      – Seek the extradition of Christopher Steele and any other members of our swamp rat infested government and civil service who conspired with the US Demonrats to try to prevent Mr Trump becoming President.

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    • vesnadog says:

      “Oily Robbins”

      How on earth does this traitor have any part – never mind be in control – of the Brexit talks?

      He must hold something against PM Traitor? Oh, I remember she’s also a very devious remain voter – but if not then that’s even worse. He must hate the knuckle-dragging working class voters who had no idea what they voted for so its up to the likes of him to educate us all.

      He’s nearly as bad as that BBC favourite the awful creature Traitor Blair.

      Blair, Brown, Corbyn. What an Unholy Trinity of losers.

         8 likes

  11. Guest Who says:

    Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    Greg Dyke and Jon Snow will need counselling.

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  12. taffman says:

    \\’Growing inequality threatens democracy’//
    Smoke and Mirrors.
    Its not under threat from inequality but by not carrying out the democratic decision and wishes of the 2016 Referendum. Three bleeding years ago, all assisted by Al Beeb and its amateur anti-democratic propaganda machine.
    Vote for UKIP, The Brexit Party, and the vote to get rid of the anti-democratic telly tax .

       36 likes

  13. StewGreen says:

    The daily BBC FRAUD : using your money to push adverts for THEIR mates
    8am local news
    item #2 : 2 minute ADVERT : “our mates at the IFS are launching a study into income inequality” *
    item #4 : 2 minute ADVERT : “our mates in the Green Party have said such and such about Lincolnshire”

    Neither of those 2 items should be in the news
    and they both skew your mind before an election.
    … to think .”Tory cuts” etc.

    Then R4 prog starts
    It compares today’s Cyber Security against Bletchly Park wartime work
    Their narrative ..ooh they were sexist against women
    .. the tech industry is they were sexist against women
    … The women asked said ..no I got my job through effort

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  14. JamesArthur says:

    Stew
    I often enjoy the long view ( odd as it is BBC) but yes today’s is basically all men are Bas..ds and women are so much better than men
    And when the women didn’t say what the BBC wanted they just ignored it and asked another leading question until they got the hook they wanted – a potentially interesting subject turned into a state run sexist propaganda narrative

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    • Fedup2 says:

      James
      And presented by a guardian columnist ( who else ) gave up when he took over and I could actually smell the propaganda coming out of the radiogramme …

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      • Guest Who says:

        When did this trend to having ‘guest’ presenters take over?

        It’s not like the bbc is short of biased mouthpieces.

        The limit for me was Newsnight fielding Nick Clegg as a roving Brexit ‘reporter’.

        Just a dire attempt at one degree of separation propaganda.

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        • JamesArthur says:

          When will Nigel F be guest presenter ? hmmmm..

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        • vesnadog says:

          G,

          “When did this trend to having ‘guest’ presenters take over?”

          Quote:

          “The sexual militants are doing an absolutely terrific job of destroying Western culture. The radical sexual anarchists have been working overtime to dismantle everything that once made the West great. All that we value is in their sights: marriage, family, children, morality, biology and reality are all being crushed under the jackboots of the activists. It seems that the more this ugly agenda is being promoted, the more brainless and senseless things become. The other side has long ago renounced the use of reason, rationality and common sense – the militants just emote, shout a lot, and hate on everyone who dares to differ.

          If you think their goals and policies are utterly nuts, you would be right – but it is no use trying to tell them that. They are convinced that they occupy the high moral ground, and they think their rabid sexual crusade trumps everything and everyone else.

          Bill Muehlenberg, Culturwatch.”

          I have a funny feeling that the gender benders who control the anti-family BBC activists Dept would go absolutely berserk if those delicate eyes/ delicate brains read this.

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  15. Dover Sentry says:

    Sky Online News (Danny Baker):

    “”Sacked Danny Baker: BBC bosses have thrown me under bus””

    “”But despite admitting the BBC had no choice but to sack him – he said the corporation could have handled it better.

    He tweeted: “The call to fire me from @bbc5live was a masterclass of pompous faux-gravity. Took a tone that said I actually meant that ridiculous tweet and the BBC must uphold blah blah blah. Literally threw me under the bus. Could hear the suits knees knocking.”

    A BBC spokesman said: “This was a serious error of judgement and goes against the values we as a station aim to embody.””

    https://news.sky.com/story/danny-baker-sorry-over-stupid-chimp-tweet-about-royal-baby-archie-11715152

    Tame Cheeky-Cockney and anti-Brexit Danny Dyer next?

       18 likes

    • vesnadog says:

      Dover,

      ““”Sacked Danny Baker: BBC bosses have thrown me under bus””

      Don’t worry Danny do what the usual suspects at the premiership management roundabout does when sacked – return to sky sports to occupy the same seat they vacated some time back. They always have a job for life at sky and what with their latest redundancy payoff – for even 6 months work as a football manager – is usually in the £millions.

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  16. StewGreen says:

    Fun Fun Fun
    Vince Cable phone in just started on LBC

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    • gaxvil says:

      Cable on Verhofstadt, “I don’t agree with him on a lot of things like how he wants a federalist Europe.”
      Cable brushes aside his disagreement over a fundamental pillar of the whole EU project as if it was a question of what biscuits to have with your tea.

         33 likes

  17. LastChanceSaloon says:

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/may/13/nigel-farage-womens-equality-party-elections-media

    “Why is Nigel Farage all over the airwaves while my party barely gets a look-in?
    Catherine Mayer”

    [Warning, below which is a photograph of three very masculine looking persons, a photograph which is in the “look away now” Grade 1 category]

    “Sandi Toksvig, former Women’s Equality party leader Sophie Walker and Catherine Mayer at the launch of the party”

    [Nonsense]

    “Catherine Mayer is lead candidate for the Women’s Equality party in the European elections”

    [Farage made the referendum possible, 17,410,742 votes cast in favour thereof.

    The answer to your question, Catherine, is – the WEP receives less support than the Official Moster Raving Loony Party.
    The WEP is composed of genuine crackpots (unlike the Loonies) and only get publicity in the Guardian home of the Leftily cracked.

    Mayer has a Wikipedia article, which must be autobiographical, it notes :-

    Relatives David Mayer (father)
    Anne Mayer (mother)
    Lise Mayer and Cassie Mayer (sisters)

    Wikipedia notes that she studied English Literature for four years at Sussex University, tellingly, graduation is not mentioned.]

    No comments allowed.

       19 likes

    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      You can no longer edit this comment.
      Second time today.
      Is Maxi-thingy on moderation duty today?

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      • Fedup2 says:

        Last
        Not to my knowledge – I notice the edit clock having a life of its own too …

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  18. gaxvil says:

    Hunt says, “We must increase our defense spending, once we leave the EU, in order to demonstrate we are willing to defend our democracy.”

    Whose democracy ?

    Vote Brexit Party.

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  19. taffman says:

    “UK jobless rate falls to lowest since mid-70s”
    How’s about that then . Despite Brexit.

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    • StewGreen says:

      You know that is fake
      cos govt put yoof into ejukashun
      thus they are don’t show up on unemloyment stats.

         5 likes

  20. JamesArthur says:

    Ha ha
    Wimmins hour – more of women are great..apparantly women are more collaborative – (ask May) and because we haven’t got women in politics that’s why we haven’t got Brexit.. these people get paid….

    What a pile of shite…(sorry for language)

    “Older men look at the modern world and don’t like what they see” Garvey FFS ..no challenge
    Switching off as I can’t stand any more “men who…men who are..” (all bad)

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  21. gaxvil says:

    Woman’s Hour never used to be so blatantly sexist, at times verging on, dare I say it, hate speech by constantly promoting the superiority of women.
    As an ‘older man’ I really don’t like this modern, divisive, Woman’s Hour.

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    • gaxvil says:

      Bubble politics relies very much on a laziness to actually look for the facts or an overwhelming desire to be confirmed in your own beleifs come what may.

      If the whole Brexit thing has done anything, it ‘s caused a lot of people to actually get informed and not simply take their ‘facts’ from partisan speakers.

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      • Vonbedda says:

        the Brexit process has done wonderful things for the UK population.

        it’s highlighted all the MP’s that are standing for there pockets & not their people.

        Its highlighted to a greater extent to which a public service broadcaster can go against the majority it serves, favouring outside influence than its own public it’s supposed to serve.

        Highlighted that a Manifesto is a piece of paper and nothing more.

        Brexit has freed a lot of minds and broken many minds too. however there are still plenty left to free and plenty more to break until we are a free Self-governing an independant nation, that controls it’s own borders, trade & security.

        Sidenote: is it possible if we have an actual pro Brexit government come to next GE, that we can write into law that no future government can sign the country into an agreement whereby we hand over powers of the state/trade negotiations and border controls to a foreign power/union again. ?

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        • gaxvil says:

          “….. we can write into law that no future government can sign the country into an agreement whereby we hand over powers of the state/trade negotiations and border controls to a foreign power/union again. ?”
          After the bloody wars and threats of invasion Britain has gone through – that your question should even arise is appalling but sadly that is what we have come to.

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        • Fedup2 says:

          Von
          From my constitutional law studies there’s a line about Parliament not being able to bind future parliament – only repeal or amend or create new laws .

          One thing I can’t figure out is that very few have talked about UK rejoining the EU if either we failed outside it or the EU reformed and stopped wanting to be the ReichEU if a megalomaniac drive to become ‘ greater Germany ‘ er sorry ‘ ‘greater Europe ‘ so that it can turn East again and gain ‘ living space ‘ .

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          • JimS says:

            If the parliament has given away its powers to a ‘superior’ body then future parliaments haven’t got the ability to reverse the ‘give away’.

            It is like the argument as to whether communists should be able to run for election in a liberal democracy, knowing that if they win their first act will be to stop all elections in future. Ditto ‘we’ tolerate all religions, not all religions tolerate ‘us’.

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    • JamesArthur says:

      Thoughtful
      Yes good article – it is amazing just how much stick Nigel F and Brexit party are getting in the MSM – none of it substantiated
      Let’s just hope they do wipe the floor at the U elections

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  22. Dover Sentry says:

    The BBC/Parliament didn’t see The Brexit Party coming.

    Why? Because the ordinary Brit doesn’t take to the London streets and protest. They just get on with it.

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  23. john in cheshire says:

    To matters nothing to do with the far-left bbc or Brexit:

    Heavy chemtrails or solar radiation management as it’s known, in my neck of the woods yesterday and especially this morning.

    Has anyone else noticed a decline in the quality of fruit and veg in Aldi?

       13 likes

    • JimS says:

      My mum always thought Aldi vegetables were of poor quality and that is going back ten years or more!

         5 likes

  24. Eddy Booth says:

    I’ve noticed I cannot afford to buy apples anymore

       8 likes

  25. Fedup2 says:

    On this day in 1977 the IRA abducted and murdered Captain Robert Nairac. His body was never recovered . I remember that news at that time . RIP .

    Kate Hoey retweeted the above . Not all politicians are soulless . Just most .

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  26. JimS says:

    Oh dear, more hate-baiting by the BBC, ‘Britain is now the most unequal in the whole of Europe’!

    Maybe we now have more rich people?

    Let’s all be equal and poor, (except for BBC presenters)!

       31 likes

    • Not Gwent says:

      Equal and poor? Like in Eastern Europe before the wall came down? That sort of equality?

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      • gaxvil says:

        How to measure the success of a country ?
        1) More rich people
        2) More poor people
        3) More people not rich and not poor
        4) Just more people

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        • Not Gwent says:

          How to measure the success of a country
          5) People flee towards a country not away from it. (By this measure; UK 1 – 0 France).

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    • Thoughtful says:

      The most equal country in the world is The Sudan where no one has anything. That it the true status of all the most equal countries.

      As for us being the most ‘unequal’ it’s a wonderful thing, we have attracted wealthy people from all over the world, such as Russia, France (because of swinging tax rates) Sweden ( for many leftist reasons) and many other countries too. They spend their money here and pay some amount of tax too.

      But as we have seen under Corbyn they would pack up & leave taking many millions with them and the BBC would be very pleased about that as we become more ‘equal’ in poverty.

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  27. Terminal Moraine says:

    Indoctrination easy as ABC:

    A) Woman beats woman to book award; explores secrets of the heart
    B) Woman scribbles on London toilets; explores secrets of the groin
    C) Bradford’s “extraordinary changes” discovered in photo archive (special mentions for Windrush event and the Bangladeshi community centre)

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    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      “Why I paint vulvas in public toilets instead of penises”
      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-48260097

      I (and most of my peer group) used to draw both on the walls in the school toilets when we were 13.

      Admittedly that was mostly because we had a much hated PE teacher called Mr Hunt, and an equally unpopular Music teacher called Mr Thomas. You could tell it was a ‘Mr Hunt’ because it had a halo of curly hair around a bald patch, and the classic ‘Mr Thomas’ shared his beard, glasses and wrinkly bald head.

      Most of us grew out of it by the time we were 15, or so.

         17 likes

      • Fedup2 says:

        Big
        I had to go and ask the National Union of Moderators whether such a word could be used on this site .

        I got a reply saying “ tell the poster to check their spell checker because they can’t spell Volvo “

        I had one of them once . Bad build quality 🥵

           11 likes

      • john in cheshire says:

        I thought it was a car made in Sweden.

           5 likes

      • vesnadog says:

        BB,

        Good grief?

        Is my licence fee paying for this utter cess-pit promotion by the BBC?

           7 likes

    • RobRoy says:

      “Why I paint vulvas in public toilets….”

      Always been a Ford man myself.

         7 likes

  28. Roland Deschain says:

    Does anyone else find the Reply button exceptionally sensitive on this site? Perhaps because I’m left-handed, scrolling down the page on my iPhone I’m forever accidentally triggering the reply box. It doesn’t happen on any other site so I don’t think it’s my settings.

       7 likes

    • StewGreen says:

      Yes it’s obvious that often a reply has nothing to do with the original cos someone has brushed the reply button
      when they meant to start a brand new post.

         3 likes

    • Fedup2 says:

      Roland
      Yes the site has pecadilos ( I was told I had those once but I don’t smoke ) and I had to look it up .

      Anyway -I’m forever reporting people by accident – including myself – which makes wonder if the personalities are a bit split ….

      Waiting on the TR situation ….

         12 likes

  29. Annunaki says:

    Asked whether he would actually never agree to return on the show, Mr Farage replied: “Do we need the BBC anymore?

    “I’m not sure. We’ve managed, the Brexit Party has managed to get to the top of the polls without the BBC having us either on main programmes or more significantly you may have seen I’ve been going around the country six days a week – I’m out around the country doing events, street walkabouts, doing rallies at which thousands of people have been turning up.

    “I don’t see any BBC cameras there.”

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1126899/BBC-News-Nigel-Farage-Andrew-Marr-Brexit-news-European-elections-Brexit-Party

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    • vlad says:

      “Do we need the BBC anymore?”

      NO!!!

         24 likes

      • RobRoy says:

        “Do we need the BBC anymore?”

        YES – what the hell would we talk about on this site if it died a death :0)

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  30. Not Gwent says:

    What just happened to the padlock?

    OK got it ‘insecure’ images.

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  31. lordelpus says:

    Had the misfortune to watch BBC breakfast time this morning,featuring a campaign this week to highlight women’s menopause.As usual the 4 women interviewed consisted of 3 black women and 1 white woman.This subject I was told is one of a series of taboo subject’s the BBC is going to feature each week.Can’t wait for subject’s in the coming weeks featuring muslim grooming gangs and black on black knife crime!The agenda pushing is now relentless,just before I switched off they said later there is a feature on South Asian Superwomen.This programme features their pet Asian Nadiya,the bake off winner.It now is becoming non stop virtue signalling and agenda pushing for women,ethnics,and gay people on the BBC.

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    • vlad says:

      Yep.

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    • StewGreen says:

      I told you it’s psychological warfare
      .. Early this morning R5 business were doing Climate Change
      as were Radio4
      switched to LBC … a smartmeter advert was on
      ..”I want to live in a world where polar bears are used for emotional blackmail”

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    • vesnadog says:

      lord,

      “It now is becoming non stop virtue signalling and agenda pushing for women, ethnics, and gay people on the BBC”

      No wonder Nicky Campbell and his female co-host on BBC Radio 5 live laughed at and mocked some northern bread maker who has the habit of flying in Hollywood actors to do TV ads. This time it was the turn of Robert De Niro:

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      The BBC can’t seem to disguise their hatred of northern voters. Eventually, it has to rise to the surface.

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      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        I wouldn’t give Robert de Niro a penny.

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      • Roland Deschain says:

        Oh, I just thought it was one of the Muppets.

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      • StewGreen says:

        It came up on Twitter today
        It’s the first time I have clicked to watch a Twitter advert
        It was OK

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  32. StewGreen says:

    BBC news-FRAUD : using your money to push adverts for THEIR mates adverts in the news
    12pm News
    R Lincs
    – Nick Boles the ex-Tory MP says we have to sign May’s Deal cos the only other outcome is a NoDeal Catastrophe
    – Green Party have launched their campaign : Love Immigration, love higher wages.

    R Humberside
    – :David Davies MP says HS2 should be cancelled
    that comes from the Taxpayers Alliance so unusually they are promoting a right wing think tax

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  33. StewGreen says:

    The network that takes the moral high ground over Jeremy Kyle

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    • JamesArthur says:

      Funny how there is a deafening silence from all those MPs who were falling over themselves to say how great she was and giving her more money – and the ex BBC windbag YentGob (what does he do now? – live on his huge BBC pension probably)
      At least there is some justice..

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  34. StewGreen says:

    Radio2 Jeremy Vine was also trying to take the moral high ground over Jeremy Kyle LOL

    Then he had a love-in with his mate Mary Portas

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  35. StewGreen says:

    Farage still buys a licence

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  36. gaxvil says:

    ‘Extremist, Right Wing Populist parties like the Brexit Party’ says a bloke from War on Want on LBC.
    That being so, how would one describe the Labour Party for instance ?

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    • StewGreen says:

      unpopularist-BBC and unpopularist-Labour Party

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    • Thoughtful says:

      The Labour Party is Fascist, having lifted the old Fascist manifesto virtually wholesale off the page, although parts of it are appearing more like the Nazi’s of old with the violence anti White race hate and anti Semitism.

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    • john in cheshire says:

      Does that mean they don’t want donations from populists?
      I’d say that comment has alienated over 90% of the population in England. I hope a lot of potential donors were listening. Or do they get free money from our useless government; our money that is; so they don’t care what we think about them?

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  37. gaxvil says:

    “COWARD FARAGE REFUSES TV DEBATE:
    Mr Farage declined her offer, asking: “Who is she?”
    The challenge was made on Monday night at a Change UK rally in Cardiff.
    Heidi Allen – who left the Conservatives to join the recently-formed CHANGE party – said she wanted to put the case for the, “open, global, outward Britain that I know that we are”. ”
    Funny since that’s what Farage wants – is she in the right party ?

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    • StewGreen says:

      Turncoat MP Soubry, who won’t have a by-election
      … calls someone else a chicken..LOL

      #Projection is a libmob characteristic

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    • BigBrotherCorporation says:

      Epitomises the no win situation faced by most (white, straight) men in ‘debates’ with ’empowered women’ of her ilk.

      Be polite and let her ‘win’, and be branded a ‘loser’.
      Be persistent and ‘win’, and be branded a ‘bully’.
      Be sensible and decline, and be branded a ‘coward’.

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  38. gaxvil says:

    British (or is it Indian) Steel in trouble again.
    Honda afraid of tariffs on cars made here and sold to the EU because the EU don’t sell us any cars which we might likewise apply tariffs ?

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  39. Dover Sentry says:

    “”…..four Welsh Assembly members will be defecting to the Brexit Party tomorrow at a rally in Merthyr Tydfil, following Mark Reckless’ announcement that he has left the Conservative Group in the Assembly today. “”

    https://order-order.com/

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  40. StewGreen says:

    Yorkshire Post front page turns up the emotional blackmail to 11 with another picture invoking Saint Jo Cox
    ..yeh it Brexiteers who have to turn down
    Funny cos 90% of nastiness I see on Twitter is from a kind of Remainers who form an angry zombie army.

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    • StewGreen says:

      The YP tweeted that story 3 times
      whilst at same time accusing Brexiteers of hysteria
      #irony

      Their sub-title
      \\ Bishop fears ‘classic popularist language’ //

      was Jesus a popularist ?
      Is the idea of heaven ‘classic popularist language’ ?

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      • StewGreen says:

        Ah the 3 tweets are cos today they printed the same issue 3 times
        – On their Opinion page they had the Bishops letter
        – They then put that as a frontpage story
        – and then they made their editorial about the issues as well

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    • gaxvil says:

      If only as much fuss were made of murders by Islamists.

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    • StewGreen says:

      that YP frontpage

      The YP editorial invokes Carl Benjamin
      ..funny cos in the campaign he never mentioned Jess Philips in the campaign until the zombieArmy decided to go on and on about his 3 year old tweet

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  41. StewGreen says:

    R4 now
    “Eco Anxiety : Costing the Earth
    Is the future of the planet making you depressed?
    Do you feel paralysed, unable to imagine the happiness of future generations?
    Verity Sharp meets the eco-anxious.”
    …yeh like BBC Climate Alarmism pyschological warfare doesn’t make people anxious

    more : As global governments fail to respond to the existential crisis of climate change it’s understandable that some people seem unable to conjure up a sense of hope,
    … understandable that dozens of young British women have joined the Birthstrike movement,
    refusing to bring more children into the world.
    Verity Sharp meets the eco-anxious and asks if they are ill or simply more perceptive than the rest of us.
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00050qr

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    • gaxvil says:

      Never mind costing the Earth – it’s cost the Met., alone £7.5 million.

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  42. StewGreen says:

    Everyone is equal under the law ?
    “Two men reported to prosecutors after a paragliding protest during Donald Trump’s stay at Turnberry will face no criminal proceedings”

    .. that’s after the jury found the XR head not guilty of criminal damage after he criminally damaged a London University historic stone facade.
    #MoreEqualThan

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  43. StewGreen says:

    Tony Blair’s spin doctor Alastair Campbell cruel and manipulative.
    … Who would believe that ?

    “The partner of Alastair Campbell has said depression could change the personality of the former spin-doctor and make him cruel and manipulative.”
    https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/alastair-campbell-cruel-manipulative-suffering-2863732

    AC is editor at large of the New European a nasty anti-Brexit newspaper

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  44. StewGreen says:

    Amazing news
    Now that cigarettes are hidden in shop CHILDREN are less likely to smoke them .
    ..Staggering work from the University of Stirling

    Ever noticed that when a gang of teenage kids pass you , their clothes have the sweet smell of dope ?

    Thank god we are reduciy the amount of engine fumes around their schools to preserve their “pristine” lungs.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      TR trial – sky is running a commentary – at 1600 London time the three high court judges have gone out for a fag break or similar

      I hope I haven’t breached any reporting restriction. ..

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  45. gaxvil says:

    Labour still insisting on their deal and their deal being written into law for ever and ever.
    Reasonable compromise indeed.

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  46. theisland says:

    Succinct reporting thread on TR case.

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    • theisland says:

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  47. Fedup2 says:

    As might have been suspected the British State is to hold a full on political show trial of TR -breaking news .

    Got to make sure Muslim third world paedo rape gangs get fair treatment right ?

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  48. vlad says:

    Below is a picture of Saint Jacinda of Mecca openly mocking islam.

    Ok, i’m stretching the truth a bit. She’s actually laughing at an 11-year-old girl who wrote asking her government to conduct dragon research.

    But is the saint aware that her favourite religion actually believes that their prophet ascended to heaven on another mythological creature, namely a winged half-horse.

    So by mocking the one belief, is she not mocking the other?

    I think the Muslim Council of New Zealand should be informed that Jacinda is a closet islamophobe, and she can expect a knock on her door any time now.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-48262955

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  49. vlad says:

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