Long Weekend Open Thread 24 May 2019

The Far Left Pro EU Pro Islam BBC Cannot , by law , say anything which might influence voting in any part of the EU until 2200 on Sunday 26th . So it gives us the opportunity to record breaches of the law as the BBC makes unlawful comments .

Out Election Voting papers are in the hands of a pro remain civil service . Will the results be fiddled ?

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534 Responses to Long Weekend Open Thread 24 May 2019

  1. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Trexit at last.

    I think Hammond and Rudd should follow her.
    They are also unwanted.

    Then the likes of Gauke and the other remainers contaminating the cabinet.

    Get the dominoes falling now the head remainer is getting booted out. (Sorry, I meant resigning of her own free will)


    • Celtic_Mist says:

      The historical background to all this is –

      Click to access OCLA_Report_2019-1.pdf

      The EU elections across Europe will perhaps be very significant, if you like, no less than the beginning of the end of the ‘Fourth Reich’

      Jump to the conclusions in the PDF –

      “The only effective resistance against globalization in the West has become the recent electoral and demonstrative revolts related to the Brexit vote, the Trump electoral victory, and the Gilets jaunes movement, all newly understood as the class conflict between the deplorables and the bobos-and-elites, between the sedentary rural inhabitants (the “somewheres”) and the globalist urbanites (the “anywheres”)


    • john in cheshire says:

      Not forgetting Mr Grieve. I don’t think any one would grieve at his departure.


  2. RobRoy says:

    Ilkley Moor fire: Mohammed Zukifl charged with arson (Wow, the BBC mention his name!)



  3. JimS says:

    How long before the BBC realises they have just lost the best prime minister they have ever had?


    • john in cheshire says:

      We’ll know how patriotic and democratic the next one is by who he gets rid of, starting with commie Robbins. ( No, I don’t think it will be another woman, we’ve had enough of them being in charge for too long ).
      If it’s business as usual and we are still in the EU in a few months time then that will be the end of the Conservative party. For good. And quite right too.


  4. Fiter says:

    How many times have we heard MPs from across the house of commons say, “we respect the result of the referendum BUT”
    I wonder what the leaver MPs and broadcasters will have to say once Nigel and the Brexit party get the highest number of votes with his Leave without a deal message.
    Should be interesting to see how the Liberals and Labour manage to claim victory
    2nd post LOL i am beginning to like this


    • Not Gwent says:

      If it happens they’ll shrug their shoulders and say it was a protest vote and that they were working to implement the result of the 2016 poll. Complicated negotiations to save jobs and protect the environment took time. Parliament had rejected the politics of the cliff edge.

      Basically Conservative will argue that it’s more complicated being a grown up than junior (who just lost in a milkshake fight) thought. Labour won’t be asked. State Broadcaster won’t embarrass it’s own.


    • vesnadog says:


      ““we respect the result of the referendum BUT”

      Rudd and Hammond to name but 2 traitors darn’t show their face again on the front bench because I know they won’t have the taste for backing the 1 st referendum result – methinks their well shod feet will probably be out to the grass – the grass a few feet inside the BBC TENT outside parliament.


  5. Eddy Booth says:



  6. G.W.F. says:

    Waiting for the EU election results. Why do I fear the greatest election stitch up ever?


    • vesnadog says:


      As I said elsewhere – those in the EU HQ have fantastic photo-copiers.


  7. Beltane says:

    Two thoughts on BBC Politics, just finished.
    One: How Owen Jones has got through life so far without a broken nose is a mystery.
    Two: That those watching Ken Clarke for the third time today on BBC have perhaps forgotten or have not lived long enough to remember a programme a couple of decades ago. It was a televised Tory leadership contest between lovable cuddly Ken and William Hague in which lovable cuddly Ken lost it so comprehensively that Hague romped home as a consequence. That is the sort of politician Clarke is at heart, and always has been. That his opinions are both sought and regarded as significant by the BBC is another illustration of their ignorance and prejudice.


  8. Eddy Booth says:

    Katie Hopkins says it’s a great day to be British 🇬🇧 As Theresa May resigns


    • G.W.F. says:

      ‘Hopefully it will be Boris, says Katie..
      No. we voted to leave, not for a Boris deal


  9. RobRoy says:

    What the hell is going on in Sheffield?

    Sheffield incident: Murder arrests after two children die (four other children taken to hospital.)



  10. JamesArthur says:

    Oh my god – the BBC are allowing Labour and Remainers just to spout on..the funniest (annoying) thing is this bloke . Ian Lavery (ex Union man)
    He is premise is that we need a general election because th PM will be elected by a small group of people – then bangs on about a GE – which Teresa M did have so she was elected…but no challenge then He farts on about democracy not once thinking that an even smaller group of people have stopped Brexit – him included – he struck me as the type of bloke you couldn’t have a discussion with as he would just shout typical narrative..just another example of the low quality of MPs and the inability of the BBC to challenge false points


    • vesnadog says:


      The BBC will accept/back you to the hilt if you promise them you would continue to raise the TV licence fee – if not, all hell to play.

      And I’m only referring to Garry Lineker.

      Wait for the hate speech from its very own troopers – the BBC producers of their anti-family sicko series/chat shows.


    • john in cheshire says:

      I suppose it would be childish to mispronounce his surname?

      But then the far-left bbc collective usually enjoy mispronouncing the names of people they don’t like.


  11. Fedup2 says:

    160 days until the article 50 extension runs out …..let’s hope that time is as wasted as much as the original 2 years …


  12. Stevie m says:

    Corbin calling for a general election. The bribe this time is giving 16yr olds £400 per week. What small buisness is going to afford to pay that. He and the Tory party know that the game is up and the only show in town is farage


  13. Terminal Moraine says:

    Morrissey posters banned by Liverpool’s Merseyrail transport network.

    Merseyrail say promo posters for his new album “did not reach a level of verification” and that they’re reviewing their processes of approving “potentially contentious material”. (Surely entirely unrelated to his recent support of For Britain or the recent TR event in Liverpool).

    Good to see that it only takes one offended commuter to effect such change. Someone should consider raising a complaint about potentially contentious material at the BBC. I’m sure the verification process is just as robust.


  14. G.W.F. says:

    Boris is ready to step in and save the deal, make it more palatable. Threaten no deal and get a better deal Boris is for Brexit in name only



    • theisland says:


  15. Not Gwent says:

    From State Broadcaster news feed just now…

    “Labour Party chairman Ian Lavery says it is “outrageous” that the public won’t be able to vote for the next prime minister.”

    The party that brought us Gordon Brown has a short memory. Regardless this is precisely why I think May was right to call an election in 2017 – to counter hypocritical accusations of illegitimacy.


    • JamesArthur says:

      Not Gwent
      Yes, I commented on him earlier and you raise a very valid point – something the BBC couldn’t or wouldn’t


  16. Dover Sentry says:

    HYS Comment on Guido 😉

    Statement by Juncker

    “Dear EU Citizens,

    It is with deep regret that I have to announce, we have heard some very sad news today…that our Agent in
    Number 10 Downing Street…has finally been recognised and ‘removed’
    from duty”.

    “We wish to thank her, for her great efforts on behalf of the EU”.

    “This is a setback for the EU’s attempts to foist a New Treaty on the UK, that is worse than a surrender after a War”.

    “We remain determined to steal £39 billion from the UK…in return for nothing whatsoever”.

    “Please be patient, as the EU works with other Agents in the UK…to put in place a replacement EU quisling”.


    Many a truth is told in jest…


    • Beltane says:

      Juncker statement continues:
      ‘We have three days in which to adjust the results of the elections of MEPs throughout the EU. Rest assured that we will spend this time wisely and that those preferred candidates will succeed while those of the despicable far-right will gain their just and inevitable deserts.
      We will not accept that the work of the past five decades and more will be in any way compromised by the juvenile opinions of those unworthy of appreciating our grand, humanitarian, industrial and ecological political masterpiece. And I will drink to that.’


      • Up2snuff says:

        Dover, it should be remembered, if I recall correctly, that Boris Johnson only became ‘a Brexiteer’ about the start of the final week of the Referendum campaign. It was at that point he decided to vote Leave. Prior to that he had been broadly pro-EU membership while being strongly critical of much of the EU and its practices.

        I think the BBC have forgotten that.


        • john in cheshire says:

          He’s also advocated for an amnesty for all illegal immigrants and for Turkey to join the EU. And he’s of Turkish descent.


    • vesnadog says:


      ” Juncker”

      Don’t forget now – he is talking typical Jesuit talk. He and his EU buddies are nearly all Jesuits. Here’s a family get together of just a few of them in EU:


      They love the word: Agent; as it describes them to a t.

      If your thinking – where’s GUY? well, he’s a communist.


      • Fedup2 says:

        The Treaty of Rome was always a bit of a clue about the foundation of the EU – and I’m a left footer … which is why am so perplexed about the mass importation of Muslims …


        • vesnadog says:


          “The Treaty of Rome was always a bit of a clue about the foundation of the EU – and I’m a left footer … which is why am so perplexed about the mass importation of Muslims …”

          Some of us could suggest that those within the above photo have a tiny bit of “Foresight” something that the UK Government/MoD lost many years ago.

          We only ever look at things in the very short term. The Vatican and its agents (again, above photo) in hundreds of years.


          • Fedup2 says:

            I don’t think the Vatican saw that Arab Saudi oil money ( ours ) would be used to fund Wahhabism and its terrorism across the West and rest of the planet … as well as mass infiltration by Islam …


            • vesnadog says:

              “… as well as mass infiltration by Islam …”

              Can’t explain the terrorism bit but I think the “mass infiltration by Islam” could have something to do with the Papacy’s long term ambition of having all the major world religions come together under one umbrella with the Pope as its head.

              Recent Popes have stated openly that “one doesn’t need to believe that faith in Christs death and Resurrection is the only way of getting to heaven”…i,e. “atheists go to heaven also”.

              Meaning as long as one believes that his own conscience pleases them God will therefore accept them. Below is just one example/change of Church doctrine that will please the other world religions exceedingly:



  17. Lucy Pevensey says:




    • Fedup2 says:

      I think you’ll find they’ll decide you really wanted to vote for the Libdems…


    • TrueToo says:

      Lucy Pevensey,


      But there’s something weird about your voting form. Why is the Mohammed guy not listed under the ‘Independent’ category and why is Tommy Robinson not under any category at all? Are they trying to say he is a law unto himself??


      • Lucy Pevensey says:

        True Too,
        It isn’t mine. I’m not in the Northwest.


        • TrueToo says:

          Lucy Pevensey,

          Oh, well, good to see a cross next to the honourable Tommy Robinson anyway, real name….


    • Absolute Shower says:

      Wish I’d put my “X” as bold as that!


  18. TrueToo says:

    I was curious to see who Tommy Robinson was up against in the North West, but Google was for some reason really coy about showing me the list of candidates. I had to keep changing the key words and eventually got BBC info by asking for a full list of candidates and then clicking on North West:

    Candidates shown in party list order

    Change UK

    Andrea Cooper

    Dan Price

    Arun Banerji

    Michael Taylor

    Philippa Olive

    Victoria Desmond

    Andrew Graystone

    Elisabeth Knight


    Sajjad Karim

    Kevin Beaty

    Jane Howard

    Arnold Saunders

    Wendy Maisey

    Thomas Lord

    Anthony Pickles

    Attika Choudhary

    English Democrats

    Stephen Morris

    Valerie Morris


    Gina Dowding

    Wendy Olsen

    Jessica Northey

    Geraldine Coggins

    Rosie Mills

    Astrid Johnson

    Daniel Jerrome

    James Booth


    Theresa Griffin

    Julie Ward

    Wajid Khan

    Erica Lewis

    David Brennan

    Claire Cozler

    Saf Ismail

    Yvonne Tennant

    Liberal Democrats

    Chris Davies

    Jane Brophy

    Helen Foster-Grime

    Anna Fryer

    Sam Al-Hamdani

    Rebecca Forrest

    John Studholme

    Frederick Van Mierlo

    The Brexit Party

    Claire Fox

    Henrik Overgaard Nielsen

    David Bull

    Gary Harvey

    Ajay Jagota

    Elizabeth Babade

    Sally Bate

    John Kelly

    UK European Union Party

    Sophie Larroque


    Adam Richardson

    Jeff Armstrong

    Fiona Mills

    Nathan Ryding

    Michael Felse

    Ben Fryer

    John Booker

    Alexander Craig


    Mohmmad Aslam

    Tommy Robinson

    Someone at the BBC is going to get fired. Not because they included Tommy Robinson in the list since they had no choice, but because they omitted the obligatory “real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon.”


    • Annunaki says:

      Whats the likelihood that there will be around 10 million votes for “Mohammed” another of the criminal behaviours of a certain sector when not gang raping / selling drugs or second hand cars with no brakes and bald tyres to white British seems to be electoral fraud


    • StewGreen says:

      I opened Google and typed
      : EU Nortwest candidates
      … it lead me easily to the list


    • john in cheshire says:

      And the party lists are in order of preference, so the treasonous Conservative party have a muslim as their first choice.

      I wonder who made that decision and how much sorry it has in the party as a whole?


      • john in cheshire says:

        Correction: “support” not “sorry”. Although if they don’t get us out of the EU pretty damn quick, I think they will be sorry.


  19. Up2snuff says:

    ‘The markets’ appear to like the PM’s resignation:

    I wonder why?

    After all, the BBC keep on telling us that Brexit is bad for business and that uncertainty is bad for business ….


  20. TrueToo says:

    Not sure why May has to stay in for another excruciating two weeks. She should never have become PM in the first place.

    I was flabbergasted that she chose to speak about her dealings with the EU as if they were honourable and in the best interest of the country and were really going to deliver Brexit, if only parliament had agreed. If she really believes all that, she is quite insane.

    And then she went on to express the hope that her successor would carry her valiant efforts on – as if she is hoping that a change in PM will still mean the continuation of the farcical slow-motion ‘Brexit’ surrender she’s been involved in for so long and at such cost to her party and the country.

    I think the single most absurd thing May did was to promise to step down if only MPs would vote for her ‘deal.’ She was saying, in other words, accept this wonderful thing I’ve created with the help of those nice people in power in the EU and I’ll regard my role as fulfilled and my great contribution complete.

    That amount of self-denial and denial of evident realities is simply staggering.


    • Up2snuff says:

      TT, “She should never have become PM in the first place.”

      It is ironic that two Conservative Party leaders – as Prime Minister – have in recent years been given the opportunity to turn their Party fortunes around (after Thatcher’s final failure and Major’s grindingly grey years) and be heroes in the eyes of the nation, if perhaps not in the eyes of the present EU overseers.

      As I have posted before, ‘Dave’ could have been considered doubly honourable as PM, keeping the commitment he made to hold the EU Referendum in the first place and then taking the UK out of the EU (something he said he did not want but initially said he would deliver), with or without a deal (I prefer the latter) within two years of the end of June 2016.

      Now, two more Conservative leaders have proved themselves highly unreliable or untrustworthy, or both, along with Heath, Thatcher and Major.

      I never, ever, thought that Iain Duncan Smith (along with the much more impressive Michael Howard) would ever be made to look good as a Conservative Party leader but – amazingly – it has now happened thus!


      • Up2snuff says:

        Ooops! I have just been reminded that William Hague also led the Conservative Party.

        How could I forget him?


    • Absolute Shower says:

      “Not sure why May has to stay in for another excruciating two weeks.”

      Perhaps she wants to get her full pension sorted out.

      Mind you, she says she’s leaving on June the seventh, but she hasn’t said it 109 times yet.


      • john in cheshire says:

        I think President Trump has asked her for the last dance.


    • theisland says:

      No doubt she is doing weeks of can kicking in order to oversee us signing up secretly to more EU Defence initiatives (and goodness knows what else).


      • john in cheshire says:

        The one fear I have is that in a fit of pique, in these last days, she revokes Article 50. Which she actually could do. As with private companies, when a key employee is fired, they are escorted off the premises as quickly as possible the same day. That’s what should have happened to her and the deputy Prime Minister, Mr Liddington could have covered the post in the interim.


  21. Lucy Pevensey says:


    Yes, the end of May should be the end of May 😉


  22. Kaiser says:

    I await the Tory parties attempt to anoint her successor to see what they try and fob us off with next

    If its a true brexiteer and they appoint a brexiteer cabinet, I will watch to see with interest which tory remainers are prepared to sacrifice their careers on the EU’s behalf by bringing the government down.


  23. Ed Hitter says:

    Just watched the BBC interviewing its own Reality Check Correspondent. What a grand title.
    Must be the oracle, this chap…he knows the truth, owns the keys to a “reality” that the rest of us poor plebs must be too thick to understand.
    It was a bit of a let down, therefore, when he started every other answer with “I think” or “I understand”. In other words, he is just another overpaid Beeboid with an opinion. He knows next to nowt, really.
    So here’s my own reality check on Mr Chris Morris: “You are not the Messiah, you are just a very naughty, very average, very biased correspondent.”


  24. StewGreen says:

    4:55pm Radio4
    \\ Musarat is a strong Muslim who refused an arranged marriage
    and proposed to her husband
    who she met at the Great Get Together organised in memory of JoCox //
    “When I was young I was into Labour movement Red Wedge
    . Now I’m an activist”

    #libmob #Bubbleword #BAP #BbcAgendaPushing

    what typos ?


  25. StewGreen says:

    Sep 2018 Muslim woman named Ayaan Ali went running down the street in Barnsley stabbing random people with a kitchen knife.

    According to the police this was NOT terrorism and the mentally ill card was… played


  26. StewGreen says:

    The future king on Climate


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      He is a complete buffoon. I can only hope the Queen lives to be 120.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Professors on the GWPF Academic Advisory Council, Mensa members with at least an A Level in Physics and that Climate scientist brother of the Labour leader, are angry about people with PhDs in Atmospheric Physics being replaced by Prince Charles, those BBC scientifically unqualified middle-class left-wing environmental morons and a bunch of school children brainwashed by the Tories putting Climate propaganda on the school curriculum.

      Click to access Education-reducedportrait-5.pdf


  27. Annunaki says:

    Nice Bentley , Charles


    • Fedup2 says:

      Perhaps he could reduce his carbon footprint by having one home …? How totally irrelevant that character is ..


  28. Fedup2 says:

    I wonder how many gongs Mrs May will hand out ? Will she do a Cameron and dish them out to every mate including the number 10 cat . ?

    Her advisors like the Belgian – Oliver robins ? Will obviously get a peerage and the highest honour the ReichEU can bestow – perhaps the Iron Cross First Class ?


  29. Thoughtful says:


    Ilkley Moor fire: Mohammed Zukifl charged with arson

    Mohammed Zukifl, aged 20, of Rufford Street, Bradford, appeared at the city’s magistrates’ court charged with arson.

    I’m sure this is not an isolated incident, especially after I heard fireworks were being used around here to start these fires, it just seems there is no end to the appalling behaviour of Muslims in the UK.


    • Loobyloo says:

      I think I remember commenting…who goes to the Yorkshire moors at 7pm on a Sunday eve for a picnic/bbq?.. I’m sure it’s all a big misunderstanding.


    • vlad says:

      There seems to have been a lot of unexplained fires recently.

      I wonder if Mohammed Zukifl was in Paris a few weeks ago.


      • StewGreen says:

        Yes there is May 18th video footage of an arrest of 48 year old woman
        The Muslim police officer is leading a cloaked head covered woman off the smoking moor
        He’s followed by a white female officer carrying a white bin bag full of stuff

        May 16th Large wildfires in north Scotland on Thursday captured by satellite @CopernicusEU @sentinel_hub

        April 22 Marsden Moor fire ‘started by barbecue’ (someone comments “Muslim area”)

        April 20 ilkley moor fire

        June 2018 Saddleworth moor fire


        • StewGreen says:

          May 14th moor fire in Rossendale, Lancs

          May 13th moor fire in Sunderland

          That April Ilkley fire was on “hottest day of the year)

          April 117th major gorse fire on Bodmin Moor.

          Feb 26th Saddleworth Moor fire

          Feb 17 Stalybridge moor fire

          activists accused gamekeepers of setting fires to help grouse


  30. taffman says:

    “Theresa May resignation: What does it mean for Brexit?”
    “The short answer is that both No Deal and No Brexit are now both more likely.”

    Why no Brexit ?
    Expect more tosh from Al Beeb. It will now start to behave like a caged and wounded animal.
    But have no fear because Boris knows that Al Beeb is definitely Biased. Trump knows that Al Beeb is Biased and he is on his way to rattle their cage .
    Exciting times ahead.


    • Up2snuff says:

      taffman, I long for quiet times.

      I do not want the UK to run the world. I do not want the UK to ruin the world as it has recently attempted to do under a couple of Labour Prime Ministers. I do not wish the UK to ‘police’ the world. I do not want the UK to have disproportionate influence on the world. I do not want the UK to hide from the world. I do not want the UK protected from the world.

      I would like the UK to spend a period of time – some decades? – looking after its people at home (and abroad when necessary) but living quietly, with minimal governance. I would like the UK to be at peace with itself. I would like the UK to modernise itself, not live in some sort of previous and very past ‘past’. I would like the UK to let its natural inventiveness and enterprise flourish in all sorts of areas of life. I would like the UK to trade with the world.

      Ain’t goin’ to happen.


      Especially as not many others share that as a set of objectives, especially our politicians.

      But still, I would like it to.


  31. Oaknash says:

    Can I just say this is only a small chink of light in a very dark cavern the progressive elite have imprisoned us in.
    But the the real fight is just about to start. Can I remind you all, we should have all been out by now, trading as a free nation instead this self obsessed, devious, traitor, aided and abetted by a crooked establishment and an even more crooked state broadcaster, has ensured we still have months if not years of horse trading to free ourselves from the EU Incubus. The longer she stayed the deeper the damage, and I think she has certainly achieved much in that respect.
    Having said that can I thank everyone here (and particularly those who run this site – FE2 and co) for maintaining this little isle of sanity in a mad, mad, progressive world. And I think if Farage gets even a slight sniff of power, the BBC better be bloody worried!
    So I raise my glass to all of you here, lets sit back, enjoy the self pitying tears and gird our loins for the battle ahead.
    No more comments from me tonight – I am on the scotch!


  32. theisland says:

    All the troughers are in it together.


  33. Sluff says:

    A telling moment on bBBC 1 6 pm ‘news’.
    Clive Myrie fronting the programme says in terms ’ and now over to Katya Adler for her views’.

    Yes, the BBC news has little news, but plenty of BBC VIEWS.
    Which presumably mirror the views of The Guardian.
    How very impartial.


  34. Fedup2 says:

    It’s not BBC but The Sun has a story that scientists have created a sound so loud that it can boil water – to which one wag in the comments said “is it Nicola sturgeon ?”…


    • StewGreen says:

      That doesn’t seem like new news
      Vibrate water enough and it will generate enough friction to cause it to warm or even boil.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Well I’ve just been shouting at my kettle and is isn’t even Luke warm yet …


    • Up2snuff says:

      The BBC’s Sarah (Labour Leader Dad) Smith has a grating voice that I’m sure sets up (un)favourable vibrations in water.

      Certainly does so in my ears!


  35. LastChanceSaloon says:

    2019-05-24 15:10 BBC SPORT Golf By Mantej Mann

    “Catriona Matthew: Golf majors ‘should be equal pay’ says Solheim Cup captain”

    More “Affirmative Action” demanded.

    Professional mens golf is more popular, more competitive, is of a higher standard, attracts a great more sponsorship, attracts far more viewers and thus has higher prize money.

    This all used to be true of men’s tennis, the women moaned long and often and their prize money was increased. The women still play best of three sets.

    I assuming the golf girls have learned from this and will moan incessantly until their prizes are increased.

    Anybody remember Michelle Wie? Entered male tournaments, got nowhere.
    She played in 13 tournaments, made the cut once, at a minor tournament.

    Since she was playing off the men’s tees her performance was impressive, for a woman, but Ivan Lendl did far better in mens professional golf tournaments than Wie, and he was primarily a tennis player!

    That’s how big the gulf is, a very talented male sportsman can, after his first sports career is over, take up a second sport and become better at it than any woman.


    • theleftwilleatitself says:

      It’s all to do with how many people bother to watch women’s golf on the tv or the footfall at an actual tournament. Hence the advertising revenue. I’ve been to Birkdale, Lytham and Hoylake for the men’s Open and seen the amount of spectators. There is no way the women’s Open would attract that amount of interest. They can bleat about it TIL the coes come home, but women golfers will never be paid the same as men. Sorry.


  36. StewGreen says:

    6:35pm FakeNews on Look North Hull
    5pm News same clip on Radio Lincolnshire News
    “Theresa May has resigned, people in town told us who they thought the leader should be”
    …. doh #1 The footage shows the active market
    .. The market was NOT today, it’s on Thursday
    .. I can recognise some of our customers in the background
    .. My mother comments that the people were wearing coats.
    so it certainly wasn’t even yesterday.
    About 3 weeks ago the cameras were at the market and footage aired that night
    So tonight’s footage almost certainly comes from that day


  37. Doobster78 says:

    Far far far and hard left lammy on Twitter all day again taking home over £150k per year in expenses. But, again, can say what he likes cos he’s hard left.

    One lefty offended by a Morrisey poster on a rail line and the lot are removed , thousands of normal folk offended every day by race baiting Lammy , that’s all fine and dandy. The guy is a grade A bell !!!!



    • StewGreen says:

      Nah he probably has slaves to do his tweeting for him
      ..Celebs do have PR corps tweet for them
      Labour party will have minions who put out some of his tweets for him.


  38. StewGreen says:

    Next we had 5 mins on Children’s Climate Strike
    … The footage from Hull showed 40-50 teenagers
    .. they made claims like we only have 12 years to the tipping point.
    ..”Now to a Horncastle where the protest was smaller”
    ..yes like 15 in total including pushy parents
    The claim was made that “we are 1C warmer than we should be”
    (There is no such optimum planet temperature)
    ..’we should shouldn’t be able to skip school for holidays or sitting around, but this is useful’


    • taffman says:

      The pushy parents should get them all to walk to school and send them all on a litter picking exercise.


    • StewGreen says:

      Greenpeace don’t have to use their own money for PR videos
      cos BBC do it for them


  39. taffman says:

    Anyone seen maxincony ?
    He’s about due .


    • Guest Who says:

      Seconded to the Electoral Commission on count monitoring.


      • Up2snuff says:

        🙂 🙂

        Guest, in reality I guess our maxi would be quite picky.

        After all, he’s always on here nit picking rather than highlighting Beeb bias.

        If he’s monitoring the count, I expect he could be extra picky, as in picking out all the votes for The Brexit Party and taking them for shredding.


  40. Guest Who says:

    Many a true word spoken in… well, whatever that room is.


    • Fedup2 says:

      So the BBC promoted anti white racism . Nice . Now what country are we in again ?


  41. Foscari says:

    Why do the BBC allow a party political broadcast on behalf of the Labour Party after the 6PM National news in the guise of a programme called The London Programme?
    Each night we see this garbage usually presented by either Riz Lateef,
    Assad Ahmad or Alice Bandakravi explaining how shit the Toreeees
    are. Tonight Bandakravi presented a programme which told us
    how useless Boris Johnson was and Bandakravi even said what
    a relief it was that Jeremy Corbyn had not resigned!!
    I know her scripts are written for her by the Trotskyist, Fifth Columnist editors, sub editors and researchers at the BBC. But
    this programme is supposed to be about all of us that live in
    the capitol. Yes, even the 30% or so indigenous of us !!!


  42. taffman says:

    News ……………..suspected parcel bomb explosion in Lyon, France.
    Anything on Al Beeb ?


    • Fedup2 says:

      It’s on the website . They don’t vote until Sunday so a nice hint for people to vote for their own country rather that the ReichEU


  43. SpinningReith says:

    Fedup2 May 24, 2019 at 9:51 am
    “James – you are wrong – Britain voted to join the common market . I was 13 . I thought it a great idea . No more European civil wars with Blighty getting involved . It was a big lie .

    Heath knew what the aspiration was – a European united statelets and that’s where we are …. soon … if we don’t get out of it – despite the bbc and it’s traitor bubble .”

    Please correct me if I’m wrong here..
    We didn’t vote to JOIN the Common Market. Under our constitution any fundamental change (e.g. ceding control to a foreign power) must be put to the people for authorisation.
    Harold Wilson (the crafty bugger) knew we had been signed up to the Common Market illegally (and contrary to the Coronation Oath) and put it to the people in a vote to REMAIN to correct this.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I think they passed the Act and then got it ratified by lies . It was only a common market in 1973. The pitch was – cheaper good but nothing much else will change .
      Same argument used when various immigration acts were passed so that various thirdworlders could be imported without reference to us .


      • Fedup2 says:

        C4 News – business as usual – interviews with various traitor Tories about which traitor they are going to make traitor PM .

        The bubble still denies what the majority want – to leave – no sell out ,


    • Up2snuff says:

      Spinning Reith, you are quite correct. Ted Heath relied on that quaint old thing – a Party Manifesto, dismissed recently by Heseltine or Clarke or both – from the 1970 General Election. Because it was there, albeit as the last item, IIRC, on the Party Manifesto, Heath stated no further vote was necessary.

      How different from these times, eh, Gina?

      That’s to an extent past history because there have been two more recent updating Treaties in relation to the hijack formerly known as the EEC: Maastricht and Lisbon.

      But, BUT, more importantly, again IIRC, it was an EEC/EC suggestion (if not requirement) with the Maastricht Treaty, that member States ratify with a public vote or specifically waive in their Parliament their right to do so. John Major refused to give one to the UK. Seem to recall he railroaded through a Parliamentary vote with a bit of Harold Wilson type obfuscation. Other nations voted but not the UK. One or two rejected it first time around and were made to vote again. Denmark briefly became heroes for that – as well as Peter Schmeicel.

      Do I recall correctly that with the Lisbon Treaty, Gordon Brown did not turn up on time to sign? Also, having promised the electorate a vote on any further EC Treaty, originally Blair and Brown when the former was PM, GB then refused to actually call it when the time came?

      I also recall Ted Heath being specifically challenged about the Federal unifying State ambitions of the then EEC, publicly by Enoch Powell and Peter Shore and on TV by Robin Day, I think. Heath – as we now know – lied.

      Funny that. An EEC/EC/EU enthusiast lying but instead calling their opponents liars.

      Some things do not change.

      Oh, hallo Gordon! I didn’t see you there. Mind you, you are living quietly these days, are you not?


  44. jakita says:

    For me the strangest point of May’s resignation speech was her emotion at the end. She was either
    1) Genuinely upset at not being able to fulfill the wishes of her EU masters and completely humiliate Britain, or
    2) She has deceived the country to such an extent over the past 3 years, she has started to believe her own lies, and she genuinely believed the drivel in her speech.
    Who knows, but I’m just so happy she will shortly be gone, what an utter disaster she has been for democracy and for our country.


    • Fedup2 says:

      You know you kind of go – if only – if only they Tories had been tough with the EU and started on the basis of ‘ no deal ‘ until they show a mutual benefit in a deal .
      Instead they lied , kicked the can and danced to the EU tune shamefully – even those with a shallow interest in politics will have learnt how traitorous they have been and how much they deserve to be punished .

      At least we are closer to a ‘ no deal ‘ Brexit than for a long time …


    • BRISSLES says:

      Yep everyone in the country has lined up and given May a good kicking, and yep she’s brought the downfall on herself with bad decision making, lacking balls in negotiating with Brussels, and lack of emotion when needed.

      I do get pissed off though, with tv journalists who state she is the worst PM since the war. These journalists were born in the 70’s and 80’s so haven’t a clue who was any good or useless.

      Antony Eden made a cock up with Suez in the 50s. Wilson had problems with Ian Smith’s government in Rhodesia. We lived in a 3 day week with no electricity under Heath. What would the likes of Lewis Goodall , Sky’s latest journalistic infant, have to say at living like that I wonder.

      Theresa May may not have a ‘legacy’, but neither did a lot of PMs since the War.

      Today everyone, regardless, gets f……..g slaughtered on social media. Its not a future ‘nasty party’ we need to be worried about, the nation as a whole have become hateful to the point of becoming despicable.


      • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

        I suspect many of us here grew up expecting our politicians and prime ministers to have the country’s best interests at heart, even if you didn’t agree with them.

        Of course there has always been incompetence and venality and sex scandals along the way. There would also be the odd national humiliation like Suez too.

        But if I could pin it down as to when it all started to go wrong, and – like HG Wells’ martians ‘they drew their plans against us’ I would say it began under John Major. Then it accelerated massively under Blair, and it’s been getting worse ever since.

        It’s as if post-Thatcher it was decided that any whiff of populist right-wing ideas had to be completely stamped out. We were being primed for mass immigration, censorship and told that a dog is a horse and how dare you say otherwise.

        So for me the worst Prime Ministers are pretty much all from the last 20 years. Something changed. The crooks and non-entities that are allowed to govern us now might as well be martians as they seem to live on a different planet!


        • BRISSLES says:

          Thank you IMNALY, I couldn’t agree more. I didn’t mention the incompetantancy of the Millennium bunch of PM’s because young and old alike have them fresh in our memories. And for most the present incumbent of the post is always ‘the worst’. Aside from Blair, my own personal ‘worst’ was Brown and his tax grab on pension pots, – which appeared to range from 10 billion to 100 billion, but whichever way you look at it, he more than any PM catastrophically buggered up retirement plans for everyone paying into a pension.


  45. Fiter says:

    The Irish border is easy to solve
    People of rep of Ireland you can visit the Northern part of Ireland when ever you want no passport, if you want to come to any other part of UK you show a passport (i think you all ready do)
    People of Northern Ireland you can visit the republic when ever you like without a passport, if you want to travel anywhere else in EU you have to show your passport (i think you all ready do)
    Obviously the IRA and UDA were really concerned with trade when they signed the good Friday agreement, so to avoid a hard border only one solution
    We wont sell anything to the republic of Ireland, and we wont buy anything from the republic of Ireland
    Use a little bit of the £39 Billion to support the companies in the North of Ireland, until we develop new supplier and market base


  46. Thoughtful says:

    Don’t know if anyone has watched the excellent docudrama ‘Chernobyl’, but it really does illustrate everything wrong with left wing societies.

    The power plant reactor explodes, the man in charge says it hasn’t and so therefore no one is allowed to speak the truth. People are threatened with ‘bad reports’.
    The local central comittee is called, and listens to what they want to hear the local director stands up and tells everyone nothing is wrong and to get on with their work as if nothing has happened.

    None of them have any insight skill of qualifications in nuclear science, but they are in senior positions of authority.

    The faked information is relayed to Moscow, who seemingly realise they are not being told the truth, do what socialists do – call together a committee.
    Despite being advised to evacuate everyone, they don’t want to hear the truth preferring to do nothing until they have no other choice.

    It’s like watching the goings on in the UK and its parliament sadly.


    • Halifax says:

      Great series, costumes, cars, actors spot on and not trying to talk in Russian accents. Very very well done albeit the central hero is a women to satisfy today’s need for women to play the central role in ALL TV dramas . However the BBC could never had made such a programme as there is no BME or women firefighters or soldiers in it (up to episode 4) and therefore would not have passed thier inclusivity test.


  47. Dover Sentry says:

    Indeed. Government by managers, not leaders. This is now the same throughout all government institutions.

    Why? One name. Blair.


  48. Thoughtful says:


    A suspected parcel bomb has exploded in the centre of the eastern French city of Lyon, injuring 13 people.

    Those hurt in the explosion on Victor-Hugo Street, including a girl aged eight, appear to have suffered superficial injuries.

    Police are hunting a cyclist who was seen leaving the parcel outside a bakery on a street corner, reports say.

    Anti-terrorist prosecutors have taken over the investigation in the country’s third-biggest city.

    Jihadist gun and bomb attacks have killed more than 250 people in France since 2015 and the country remains on high alert, with military patrols a regular feature of security in cities including Lyon.

    Are the BBC finally learning ?


  49. Annunaki says:

    My how vibrant we have become and what an asset


    Smiling prisoner gets a hug and a high-five as he is met by his entourage after being released from jail… before hopping into a ROLLS-ROYCE Phantom



  50. vlad says:

    There’s a lot of money in hip-hop.
    And drugs but i’m sure that’s not the case here.