Weekend Open Thread 29 June 2019

The MSM campaign to ‘ get Boris ‘ trundles on . As a result I bet both candidates see MSM involvement – such as hustings – a mistake . This shows how the MSM has put its own personal view above the needs of the public .

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323 Responses to Weekend Open Thread 29 June 2019

  1. G.W.F. says:

    First time to be first. Before midnight too.

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  2. TrueToo says:

    I think Boris need coaching from Donald. He’s doing the same things as Donald – resisting lefty media bias and refusing to be drawn on his private life.

    Problem is, he just doesn’t have Donald’s swagger and style and the ability to deliver the devastating one-liner – like his response to the latest no-doubt fake claim of sexual harassment:

    She’s not my type.

    How is an accuser going to respond to that? It has a touch of brilliance to it as well as a dose of humour.

    Donald has the ability to let it all just wash over him. Boris can also do it, but he needs to up his game.

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    • Scroblene says:

      Good point, True!

      Boris is good at ignoring anyone else’s agenda, dismisses questions which he feels are irrelevant, and generally beats the autocue-readers at every turn.

      The’managers’ in the bbbclbgtshdy67ckjj bunch don’t know how to deal with this sort of response – they never have, so Boris really does what he wants.

      But you are right about him needing to ‘up his game’, because the proper press (not the tax-payer-funded bbbc or sky), will use his good statements well, whereas the weaker leftie press will dither about lobbing insults, which just ‘Bounce off Boris’!

      (There, I’ve engineered a slogan for the guy, and I’ll share the commission with you 50/50, as it was your post in the first place)!

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      • TrueToo says:

        Scroblene,

        If you imagine I’m going 50/50 with you on Bounce off Boris, dream on! It was my intellectual property that inspired your slogan in the first place and I’ll decide how we split the profits! I’m not giving you more than 10%.

        (Reminds me of Trump’s offer to Hilary Clinton to buy the fireworks her campaign spent a fortune on to celebrate her ‘victory.’

        Trump said, “I’ll give you ten cents to the dollar.”)

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    • Scroblene says:

      Good point, True!

      Boris is good at ignoring anyone else’s agenda, dismisses questions which he feels are irrelevant, and generally beats the autocue-readers at every turn.

      The’managers’ in the bbbclbgtshdy67ckjj bunch don’t know how to deal with this sort of response – they never have, so Boris really does what he wants.

      But you are right about him needing to ‘up his game’, because the proper press (not the tax-payer-funded bbbc or sky), will use his good statements well, whereas the weaker leftie press will dither about lobbing insults, which just ‘Bounce off Boris’!

      (There, I’ve engineered a slogan for the guy, and I’ll share the commission with you 50/50, as it was your post in the first place)!

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  3. Up2snuff says:

    Well done, Great Western Friend.

    Magnificent railway rolls to the top stop.

    (Grytpype-Thynne Voice) Thinks: will they spot that clever anagram or is it all over for Elsie Frige and the hope of a fortune in a steaming hot Pareee?

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  4. StewGreen says:

    Official Glasto account puts No Border sign on their security fence
    ..that keep gatecrashers out

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    • vlad says:

      Good news: nearly all the replies to the Glasto cretins are taking the piss about their WALL!!

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      • Doobster78 says:

        LOL

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    • Richard Pinder says:

      Yes I do, I do see the Border, I see it, I see it. Its above and below the sign about no borders. In fact the sign about no borders is hanging on an internal border around the Glastonbury Concert site. The BBC has borders like that one, with security guards and dogs patrolling the perimeter, keeping Islamic terrorists and Blacks with knives out, protecting Lord Hall from being murdered. All paid for by the licence fee. Proving that the BBC loves borders. ABOLISH THE LICENCE FEE and use the money to build a wall around Londonistan to protect England, instead of Lord Hall.

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      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        What would a world without borders look like?…

        ..Southern Sudan, I’m guessing, or maybe Aleppo, after the Syrian Civil War, or Stalingrad in 1942?

        Thank God for borders, and troops with guns to protect them, I say!

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      • G says:

        Richard,
        Sorry to throw cold water on the positive responses to that sign but, but, but, ……in the real World (“the Bigger Picture” and all that):
        “UN Global Compact: What Happens Next?”
        https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/14391/un-global-compact-next

        Our muslim Home Secretary, making a good start, working for the UN as any good Marxist/Globalist would:

        Comments could really, really be going better……………..

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        • Moodswing6 says:

          I don’t comment anymore because I refuse to watch or listen to the BBC or any main stream live media. However I can not pass on this one and I’m at a loss as to the silence on this latest announcement by our Muslim Home Secretary. Do you notice the smug smile from him when emphasises that the majority of the (refugees) will be from Africa and the Middle East. If this doesn’t send shock waves then god knows what will.

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          • G says:

            Mood,
            The greatest disservice the UK media and the BBC did to the public, is not to explain to them what the UN Compact was all about. If you had not searched/trawled YouTube you would simply have not known. Just as Treason May slipped clandestinely over to Morocco to sign the UK up to this outrageous act of Treason the media kept equally as silent. We are at war and that war is internal to the UK as is equally the rest of the EU being similarly manipulated.

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        • NCBBC says:

          The author Vincent James states the obvious – most people would like to live alongside people of their own kind. So we see Sajid Javid expressing his wish, and as he is the Home Secretary, he is going to allow many more Muslims and Africans to settle in the UK. Has he determined if the people of the UK wish so. Of course not.

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        • NCBBC says:

          In a BBC interview, Dalai Lama warns: “Europe is for Europeans,” EU will become “Muslim” or “African” if migrants allowed to stay

          https://www.jihadwatch.org/2019/06/dalai-lama-warns-europe-is-for-europeans-eu-will-become-muslim-or-african-if-migrants-allowed-to-stay

          Asked what was wrong with the scenario of Europe becoming Muslim or African?

          The above question was asked by the BBC reporter. More, the BBC reporter was female and Indian – Rajini Vidyanathan.

          This BBC reporter has no concept what Islam did to Hindu India, in its centuries occupation of India. It also wiped out Buddhism in lndia, a land where it was founded.

          Rajini Vidyanathan, clearly has no loyalty to historic Britain, and that is why she has no misgivings or regret, to see historic Britain destroyed. When and not if, Britain is Islamic, Hindu “idolators” ( in Islamic law), such as she, will be persecuted, forced to convert or driven out. When that happens, she knows she has a bolt hole back in India. Thus confirming the Dalai Lama’s view.

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  5. Up2snuff says:

    Rev. Dr. Rose Hudson-Wilkin is appointed Bishop of Dover. A good choice. She has done well at the House of Commons although maybe not wholly successful in managing to convert the Speaker or preventing an attempt by some MPs to abandon Daily Prayers.

    The BBC, of course, major on the race angle.

    The BBC, of course, also major on the gender angle.

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  6. Kaiser says:

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  7. taffman says:

    “UK’s warmest day so far as temperatures soar”
    “The UK has seen the hottest day of the year so far, with the Met Office reporting a temperature of 30C (86F) in the Scottish Highlands.”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-48801587

    Nothing special about that?
    Every year has its “hottest” and “coldest” day . We could even have the wettest and driest.

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    • Dover Sentry says:

      …and the most average day of the year?

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      • Fedup2 says:

        Dover
        Apparently even the mercury in the thermometers has melted due to the heat .

        In a different world it looks like Boris is being properly coached to convince people ( Tories ) that he will get us out by 1 November .

        So maybe he will be better prepared if there is to be a ‘ head to head ‘ between him and the remainer one on the biased BBC or Sky – they’re all the same .

        Naturally the Far Left BBC will look for the slightest controversy of language or behaviour to undermine him – they’ll call it the ‘Trump ‘ treatment .

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        • StewGreen says:

          It wasn’t particularly hot here (30 miles inland)
          I wore shorts, but there was a strong breeze coming from the east.

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          • Annunaki says:

            Putin ? strong breeze from east and comments on our govt failing in govts primary duty to protect its citizens maybe, not that he has a great track record but still that does not make his observation any less relevant

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    • G says:

      Taff,
      Ah! dire memories of being in a Portacabin at the bottom of a windless sandpit running a concret plant in Wimborne Dorset in 1976…………..
      Don’t remember but was that the ‘warmest temperatures’ in the UK?
      Shame this chart does not go back to 1976:
      https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/United-Kingdom/temperature-june.php
      However, Wiki tells me that, “Highest temperature 35.9 °C (96.6 °F) in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire on 3 July” (1976). I don’t recall hearing about the onset of Global Warming then……..
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1976_British_Isles_heat_wave

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      • vesnadog says:

        G,

        And I remember the winter of 195-something and Brexit (hee hee) when the snow was as high as the brick wall in front of our house. And that wall was at least 5 foot tall – still is I believe. The whole estate was snowed in.

        It was so high that when my younger brother pushed me off the wall and into the snow – I vanished, result being all me mates thought I had gone in for me breakfast.

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    • NCBBC says:

      The truth about global warming

      Dr. Patrick Michaels, director of the Center for the Study of Science at the Cato Institute.

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      • Jagman84 says:

        Rises in CO2 are triggered by increases in the temperature. The models used by Western Governments presume the complete opposite. That’s why CO2 kept rising when the temperature hiatus occurred.

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  8. StewGreen says:

    Of course on Twitter I spot beeboids who don’t speak great French, fishing for hot weather quotes from French people.
    The BBC runs with Gallargues-le-Montueux 45.9C (Nimes)
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-48795264
    but that is a full 1.5C highr than the offical Nimes site at 44.4C
    which is at a record level anyway.
    i wonder if the GLM reading isn’t an anomally
    http://www.meteociel.fr/obs/classement.php?archive=1&ua=&all=1&mode=4&pays=fr&jour=28&mois=6&annee=2019&mode=4&sub=OK

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    • Annunaki says:

      anyone remember 1976 ? news report in our town someone was so hot he gave his car away as unuseable, no air con then, but it was a 70s Cortina so if he had hung on to it for a while it would now have penty of ventilation holes around the body…..

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      • The WestWyvern says:

        Only a sprog but I remember my parents Italian neighbour grew a watermelon in his greenhouse, it was delicious and a real novel treat back them.
        Never done it since and he’s in his eighties now. I asked him once why he never grew any more, was it because of the ease of buying them in the supermarket I wondered? Oh no was the reply, I always plant a few seeds every spring, but it’s never been hot enough for long enough, especially the difference between day/night temperatures. Too extreme for the plants to really cope with.
        Mmmmmmm I thought, there’s some real world practical experience.

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        • BRISSLES says:

          I kept the office staff supplied with tomatoes that summer, I put about 4 tomato plants on the windowsill, and they were off – like triffids !!!!!

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          • Scroblene says:

            Two years ago, Brissles, I grew 89 tomato plants in various parts of the garden and on our allotment.

            The whole village had some, and we still have several bags in the freezer, in case we get late blight this year…

            Senora O’Blene has instructed me to reduce the number of plants this year, with the added intention of immediate castration, and possible mutilation as well, especially with the withdrawal of tinctures thrown in…

            I like your idea of growing them on the windowsill though – never thought of that!

            (Tween you an’ me, I sometimes prefer gardening discussions well away from bbbclgbfhdyr67shh posts, they make more sense)!

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            • vesnadog says:

              S,

              “(Tween you an’ me, I sometimes prefer gardening discussions well away from bbbclgbfhdyr67shh posts, they make more sense)!”

              Its no coincidence that our national flower show is based in – Chelsea.

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              • BRISSLES says:

                Hows this for a ‘tomato’ laugh.

                A few years ago in Switzerland a lady passed away, and was buried in the local cemetery. She didn’t have much family, but an elderly loving sister who would regularly visit the grave. Rather than keep replacing cut flowers, she decided to put a few plants around the headstone. (you know whats coming next…..)

                A few weeks later, there were frantic phone calls from visitors to the cemetery, to the husband of the deceased saying the grave was awash with tomatoes !!!! Photographs were taken, and not to sound disrespectful, it was one of the funniest sights I’ve seen. The poor woman’s grave was covered in heavily laden plants with an abundance of tomatoes. The husband had to uproot them, and left a box of the produce at the cemetery gates, inviting people to help themselves.

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      • Up2snuff says:

        ’70s Cortina? Mk II? Worth a fortune now.

        ’70s Cortina? Mk III? Holes? Will have dribbled away down a kerbside drain a while back. Nice to look at now, though. Probably down to its rarity.

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  9. Dystopian says:

    BBC lot on jolly to Glastonbury courtesy of bbc telly tax paid with threat of imprisonment. All fawning over the forthcoming “treat” of “Stormzy” the first “grime artist” to head Glastonbury. Speculating about how Stormzy must be feeling. Wow they are talking about him like he is some sort of god.

    “Looks like he’s wearing some sort of bomb jacket” exclaims 13 year old niece! (suicide vest)

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    • The WestWyvern says:

      It’s been very warm here today, in the west. Can’t say it was hotter than any given day last summer, which was very nice day after day as I recall. I hope that plenty of snowflakes have melted in the heat up the road at Glasto…..

      I can’t wait for the radio at 4pm Sat, the gushing pathetic 40something Jo Wiley, live from a field in Somerset… Grow up woman for F’s sake.

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    • Annunaki says:

      He must be polishing up his CD backing track for his karaoke act, yet 40 years of proper bands at Knebworth with nary a mention from the BBC… those that learnt to play an instrument and study their craft Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pink Floyd, Allman Bros, Santana, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Genesis, the finest mucial talents on the planet that made their reputation through actually standing up and performing and touring all ther lives, 200 000 at many of these concerts each year, not one iota of interest from the BBC

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      • BRISSLES says:

        Those were the days Ann, I lived in Knebworth during those years, and as locals were manning the gates and perimeter we always got in. There is no one performing at Glasto that are fit to wipe the boots of ‘real’ musicians from back then. Stormzy ? and his claim to fame is ? citing words that are unintelligible to one monotonous beat – so one assumes he can read and write.

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        • Scroblene says:

          Aaaaah, Knebworth!

          I went with elder daught to hear Genesis in 1994. It was a fabulous event, and clearly very popular, as it took us over four hours to get out of the car park…

          Even back then, the BBC didn’t do much for decent bands, and they’re dire in their choice of rubbish like this bloke Windzy or whatever he calls itself.

          Rap? ‘Rubbish about pricks’.

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    • Guest Who says:

      https://tradingaswdr.blogspot.com/2019/06/shangri-la.html?

      Wonder if the top brass have four nubiles carrying a canopy on poles above them should they venture beyond the safety of the red velvet rope area?

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    • Up2snuff says:

      Dystopian, am with your neice: if Stormzy is so popular, why do the BBC have a photo of him on their Home Page wearing a stab vest?

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    • vesnadog says:

      “Stormzy”

      Never heard of the chap?

      Don’t worry; the genuine US Rap artists can see a counterfeit as soon as they open their mouth.

      I can’t stand anyone trying to pass themselves off as an American.

      Give me 60s-70s British music any day of the week.

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    • NCBBC says:

      Stromzy Daniels is at Glastonbury? Should wake the dead.

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  10. Dystopian says:

    Wonderful lyrics which the BBC clearly condone…

    I quote:

    West End wanna show a nigga love (love)
    But if it weren’t me you would never let my niggas in the club
    F*** DSTRKT and f*** all these nightclubs
    And f*** giving money to people that don’t like us
    There’s riots in the city just tell me where I sign up…

    What a load of (c)rap!

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    • Cassandra says:

      Just a moment, I’ll get Michael Gove to translate. Oh yes, forgot to add, “Innit”.

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  11. Annunaki says:

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    • Annunaki says:

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      • Annunaki says:

        1979 the biggest rock act in the world (alongside the Who and the Stones) play for the first time in England for 5 years, people from all over the world came to watch, at least 200 000 were there by 10 pm just to witness this, no mention on the BBC apart from a report on local news

        Some racist sexist black rapper who actively promotes violence over here and they cant get enough of it, thanks Dystopian I do believe in equality which allows me to use they same words as this individaul does, so if I or anyone else is being stabbed by a nigga I can say so ?

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        • Annunaki says:

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        • Kaiser says:

          can I play too proper music, proper vocals

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          • Annunaki says:

            My friends band were support on that tour…Coverdales first exposure he was quite shy

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            • Annunaki says:

              Never had much time for Ozzy but he excelled himself at the California Jam…

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              • Annunaki says:

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                • Annunaki says:

                  there was about 500 000 there no mention on the msm

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                  • Annunaki says:

                    Never mind though Kylies playing soon to a backing CD and some no doubt black dancers, I can almost predict the scenario Kylie with some black men, and the msm will be happy, and my wife from China will still find it totally bizarre why the media promote this in a 95% white country when it does not exist in reality, except when they are getting mugged or stabbed

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              • Annunaki says:

                Ozzy was was happy until that vicious nasty foul mouthed woman took over and tought him life under her command was better than drugs and alcohol, well look above and look and any other performace after her interference and compare

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    • Backlash says:

      OMG! “Soooo many white faces” says the Snow man grrrrr.

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      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        There’s nothing more hilarious than Snow Senior (the very embodiment of ‘male, pale, and stale’ with every privilege going and a belief in his own importance out of all proportion to reality) complaining about ‘white people’.

        It’s like Diane Abbott whinging about not being able to fit through the door of KFC because of all the ‘fat black people’ getting in her way.

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  12. The WestWyvern says:

    Fair play for listening Dyst,

    I may tune into Kylie on the legends slot, but the rest of em…. I’d rather pluck my nasal hair with tweezers.

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    • Annunaki says:

      Legend FFS she should be so lucky

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      • Annunaki says:

        40 years on they will all be talking about how Kylie changed the face of music with her unique talent….and of course do not forget Jason, jeez Glastonbury plumbs the depths of mediocrity because they can because its on the telly so every idiot wants to pay £300 to be seen sitting on someones shoulders in the crowd with their moron grin and they do not care what kind of shite is playing onstage

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        • Annunaki says:

          No coincedence that Eavis is left wing and egaletariasn to all as long as they pay well, the morons would be happy to pay £300 to see the Wurzels or the Crankies on stage

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  13. Annunaki says:

    It says a lot for the morons who attend: it is nothing about the music as they are stupid enough to spend hundreds of pounds on tickets without knowing who is playing, says it all, morons, remember Ralph Harris playing ? and all dancing along….probably be dancing to some relaesed muzzie rape gang next year who knows, maybe a bangra version of Johnny Cash San Quentin

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    • G.W.F. says:

      With sadness I watch conservative sites retreat into censorship.
      These are not marvellous lyrics but was written as a satirical response to Stormzy’s anti British crap.

      Perhaps yang people would benefit from modern lyrics which tried to uplift them. eg.
      I’m gonna work hard
      Pass my exams
      Get a job,
      Look after ma familee
      Marry ma bitch
      Take care of her
      Never hit her
      Obey de law
      Tell de music teecher to go to Blackpool and buy a stick of rock
      Apologies if it offends. Please remove if so.

      —————-
      This was censored by Conservative Woman in their discussion on Stormzy and the contents proposed for music in our schools.
      Its coming

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  14. Richard Pinder says:

    The latest on Astronomy and Global Cooling not on the BBC: This is the latest satellite based global temperature graph. Notice that they say its nothing to do with the Sun. They are talking about Solar irradiance, not Cloud Albedo changes. What is important is the Hale Magnetic Cycles. The one before 1996 was 20.4 years long, the one after 1996 is expected to be 24.1 years long. The average Hale Magnetic Cycle is 22.08 long, shorter than this causes Global Warming, longer than this causes Global Cooling. The present cooling started after 20 years of the second cycle starting. The next cycle is also expected to be much longer than usual. The second graph shows the cooling reaching a minimum in 2042. Producing a predicted cooling of 1.2 Kelvin from 2016 to 2042.

    D8kx33mU0AAJnkq.jpg

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  15. Richard Pinder says:

    Cooling-Forecast-Solar-Abdussamatov-2012.jpg

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  16. vlad says:

    The beeb positively convulsing in ecstatic adoration of someone called Stormzy, real name Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Yaxley-Lennon.
    “Three songs in, he flashed crime statistics on the video screens, while sampling a speech by Labour MP David Lammy on racial disproportionality in the criminal justice system.

    Later, the star invited a classically-trained dancer on stage to highlight how racism and privilege are present in all walks of life – even ballet, where shoes have only just became available in different skin tones.”

    So blacks committing disproportionately more crimes shows how racist the country is, as do ballet shoes the wrong colour for all those multitudes of aspiring black ballet dancers. Man’s inhumanity to man, eh? The wrong coloured pumps – it’s enough to drive a young man to drugs, crime and murder.

    As the beeb drool, “thought provoking” indeed.

    Pur-leeze.

    Yet somehow all that racism didn’t stop our Stormzy making it to the top of c-rap.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-48808655

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    • Annunaki says:

      And how many bitches raped by rappers, blacks that have absolutely no respect for females, (BBC but; its ther (sic) culchur e(sic) innt so it ok) so a racist nigga that uses that word as his only talent is at Glastonbury shouting about violence and niggas to be celebrated by the BBC by the white british taxpayer

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      • vesnadog says:

        A,

        “(BBC but; its ther (sic) culchur e(sic) innt so it ok) so a racist nigga that uses that word as his only talent is at Glastonbury shouting about violence and niggas to be celebrated by the BBC by the white british taxpayer”

        While the white British tax payer has to witness the banning of any more re-runs of “Dads Army” just because of complaints about it being so anti-EU and pro-Brexit.

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    • Helen Richardson says:

      I’ve found a solution to this widespread and grotesque injustice:

      Z

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  17. Annunaki says:

    This same thing happened in 1997 a new dawn the Blair takeover, and do we all remember what happened ? an illegal war in the middle east, a total ban on smoking (whare did that come from) uncontrolled immigration or rather controlled immigration that were likely to vote for you ……

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  18. ScottishCalvin says:

    A doodle and thoughts on the heatwave in Europe

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  19. Guest Who says:

    “Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Julián Castro were the winners of the debates, writes the BBC’s Anthony Zurcher.”

    But surely, all were winners really in the eyes of the bbc?

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  20. Guest Who says:

    At risk of activating the mods, I think this needs to be shared. No surprises on the medium involved.

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    • Guest Who says:

      About to get bigger on certain broadcast channels, probs.

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/stormzys_big_year

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    • Guest Who says:

      Another team member chips in.

      Next… Jon Snow?

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      • Annunaki says:

        Oh FFS some black guy shouting violent abuse, “ballet” what an insult to the hundreds of years of artistic culture I feel I have to register on twitter to protest these w)ankers and their complete and utter ignorance

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      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        It was way past Jeremy’s bedtime. Can you seriously imagine him staying up with a cup of Horlicks watching Stormzy?

        I wonder who wrote it for him?

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    • Not Gwent says:

      What they are really shouting is **** us.

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  21. Annunaki says:

    Stormzy will dominate the headlines shouting his violent message about niggas and guns along to a CD because he has never stiudied music or played with a band BUT he is BLACK well done, how many of his entourage were searched for weapons

    This country was celebrated for the musical talent we produced and the amplifiers (Marshalls for example) and now all we have is ……a nigga (HIS WORDS) shouting abuse and celebrated because for what ?

    he is black, and violent and encourages violence, nothing else and we wonder how to tack;e knife crime ????? ever thought about role models ?????

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    • Beeb Brother says:

      Imagine if the head performer were a white nationalist saying you should stamp on black people’s faces.

      This is what Stormzy encourages, and much worse. And you can’t say he’s using ‘artistic licence’ and does not really mean it because eight people have been murdered in the last fifteen days. I have not heard a word about it on the BBC, let alone the hysteria over the Stephen Lawrence murder. Just one man died in that attack whereas thanks to this rotten culture EIGHT have died in fifteen days!

      The SJW house of cards falls apart when an oppressed group turns oppressor, as we saw so tragically in Rotherham. Having some groups above criticism was what the SJWs rightly fought against in the first place. Now it has gone full circle and we have the darkly surreal spectacle of someone who incites extreme violence upon minority communities held up as a paragon.

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    • theleftwilleatitself says:

      I haven’t watched Al beeb for a couple of months now-cancelled license tax back in April-but everything I am hearing on here is oh so predictable of our state broadcaster!
      Glastonbury really is a pathetic lefty lovefest with al beeb controlling its output Godfather style.
      And as somebody commented which made me chuckle, it’s absolutely awash with the ‘wrong’ colour people 👀 👀 😬
      Has Corblimey been along yet serenading the crowd? 🤔

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  22. Beeb Brother says:

    BBC has an intrepid reporter on holiday in New York to report on a gay pride celebration.

    “Everyone is really happy,” he reports.

    I would be happy as well if I were at a party in the greatest city in the world. Do we really need him on the ground reporting? We know in advance what he’s going to say anyway; if you have been to one protest/demonstration you have been to them all. If he really needs to watch it there will be a live stream online somewhere. Should pensioners really go to prison just so BBC staff get free holidays like this all the time? Something like 450 covered Obama’s inauguration – how ridiculous. Again in 2016 they seemed to have someone on holiday in every single state. Totally unnecessary – just Skype someone if you want word from the ground.

    It’s the same with Brian Cox: surely science is everywhere. Why must he take a crew to deepest Brazil when with a bit of imagination he could illustrate the same idea on Canvey Island? They have a bottomless pit of other people’s money so they waste it.

    Even worse they love to signal virtue about ‘Tory cuts’ etc but when they had the chance to actually BE virtuous rather than signal it (keep licences free for pensioners) of course they could not do it.

       51 likes

    • RobRoy says:

      Phew, I missed a bullet there. I just got back from NYC last week. Mind you, many of the iconic buildings were ruined by the rainbow flags everywhere. I don’t have an issue at all with LGBTQRSTUs, I really don’t care what they get up to etc, but why do they feel the need to ram it down our throats? (Pun, not intended btw).

      I was chatting to a bloke in a small shop over there that said they felt bullied into putting up a flag and display in ‘support’ of the cause. So much for equality, eh.

         25 likes

  23. Guest Who says:

    http://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2019/06/ive-seen-it-all-now.html

    Surely Wonky Willy has now been invited onto the National Treasure stage to duet with Jez, Jon and der Stormzy?

       13 likes

  24. Guest Who says:

    Deffo would like to be a neighbour evesdropping the convo at the BBC senior presenter annual backslapper.

       22 likes

  25. Annunaki says:

    with Ralph Harris who they were all celebrating as a big act at the same pile of sh*t line up a while ago that the morons all paid £300 to watch

    Its like the footie when a particular part of the middle class (the morons with disposable income those now all sporting beards and tattoos and check shirts just to state their individuality LOL ) decide they like it, without any knowledge or appreciation but want to be involved, it all goes to sh)t

       21 likes

  26. Ed Hitter says:

    A bloke rapping on a stage is being treated as one of the biggest stories in the world by the fawning BBC today.
    Stormzy’s highly politicised Glastonbury set flashed crime statistics on giant screens and sampled a speech by the divisive, racist Labour MP Mr Lammy.
    The BBC predictably just luurved it because it fitted right into its diversity driven, anti Tory agenda.
    Now, I don’t actually have any problem with Stormzy’s pitch as such – it’s just that it doesn’t deserve to be treated as big news.
    The guy is being clearly dishonest about black gangs and their drug culture, and is inciting hatred, but the BBC does not wish to go there.
    But you pay your money, you take your choice.
    My choice has been to follow bands like The Who, an act from another era who also highlighted youthful anger, political frustration and had a two fingers attitude towards the establishment (My Generation, Won’t Get Fooled Again etc.)
    Unlike Stormzy, however, they were proud to be British, celebrated London youth culture, and literally wore the Union Jack with pride, not as a stab vest. Daltrey now gets it in the neck for slagging off the EU while Townshend remains one of the few true geniuses of rock music.
    The Who have headlined Glastonbury twice. The BBC covered the shows, of course, but didn’t make a lot of them, certainly not on their news pages. Too old, too white, too “rock” probably.
    But Stormzy? Expect endless repeats, much analysis, BBC sainthood, gush gush gush…..

       61 likes

    • Beeb Brother says:

      As well as being horrifically biased it is so, so lazy. How hard is it to just show up at Glastonbury and film someone else’s set? Honestly what do we pay the news staff for? All those fancy banks of computers in the background during news bulletins – they must all just be watching Netflix.

         37 likes

      • Guest Who says:

        Think how much Katty is paid to RT tweets from Jim Acosta and The Hill?

           17 likes

      • taffman says:

        “they must all just be watching Netflix.”
        All the kids I know hardly watch Al Beeb while the ‘oldies’ have seen through their agenda . Who does Al Beeb think its kidding ?
        Scrap the outfit or run it as ‘pay for view’ channel. if they are as good as they say they are they will make a profit and pay the UK some tax.

           27 likes

        • vesnadog says:

          “All the kids I know hardly watch Al Beeb ”

          Its ironic that those who watch BBC the most are the pensioners who now have to pay for their licence fee.

          The rest of the population are watching Netflix or online as figures for viewing/listening of the BBC are in free-fall.

             10 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      They do seem….. ‘invested’.

      https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-48808655?

         11 likes

    • Annunaki says:

      I do think the BBC is infested by those who have been indoctrinated by Blair education, they seem to have no idea as above about anything other than their obsession with black people, anyone who lives outside of London is amazed about this obsession, in fact it is like a foreign country broadcast sometimes
      If it wasnt for repeats of Frasier and the occasional wildlife progs on other channels I would willingly give up the license as I never watch BBC but do watch other channels

         23 likes

      • Up2snuff says:

        Annu, Frasier is available as a box set. Wildlife progs? Plenty available on-line. If Mrs Annunaki will accept it and agree to it along with any little Annuditions, too, then give up the Licence. Teach the BBC a lesson.

           12 likes

        • Annunaki says:

          Unfortunately I am too lazy to insert a CD into the little box, like Elvis (without the talent) I like the TV as a backdrop and Mrs Annu needs the English lessons, she is particularly entertained by Mrs Bucket who is probably the only person available on TV who speaks perfect English as Mrs Annu has informed me as a non English speaker, Channel 4 has for some strange reason decided to provide just the opposite as their announcers now, we have west indian, welsh and those who struggle to speak clearly through disabilty no problem with regional accents (big problem with those struggling to speak clearly recruited as tv announcers) but no English Mrs bucket anymore, for what reason ?

             19 likes

          • Mrs Kitty says:

            Being hard of hearing I’m relying more and more on subtitles something I never thought I would say about any program made in the UK. Good luck to your good lady in improving her English.

               6 likes

  27. taffman says:

    “Justice Secretary David Gauke defeats no-confidence vote”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-48805045
    Looks like some Tories are remainers after all?
    Its The Brexit Party and UKIP for me now , all the way.

       31 likes

    • Thoughtful says:

      Doesn’t surprise me, we all know May was an ultra remainer, and I am hearing she personally intervened over the de-selection of Dominic Grieve, and that she also told central office only to select other ultra remainers to stand as new PPCs.

      Many believe May was an incompetent, yet she succeeded in everything she wanted to do. It was the other dullard Tories who allowed her to accomplish her Marxist dream who were the incomptents, too spineless to stop her. It was only when they realised they might lose their seats that they voted to remove her.

         43 likes

  28. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1

    Baseball brought back to Britain. 145 tons of dirt brought from the USA* – I hope the Environmental Agency checked it carefully for diseases and illegal insect migrants – plus the two teams and their support staff.

    Funny, no mention by BBC News and TOADY of **Anthropogenic Global Warming, Climate Change, Climate Crisis, Climate Damage, Climate Destruction, Climate Disaster, Climate Emergency, Extinction No.6, Extinction Rebellion (probably all away at Glasto), Sixth Mass Extinction etc., etc..

    I wonder why?

    * Am guessing but probably UK soil is not deemed to be ‘good enough’. Harrumphhh! It doesn’t easily permit enough sliding, damaged ankles and broken legs.

    ** I thought I would be helpful and sort everything into alphabetical order. If I have missed out your favourite Earth associated crisis, please let me know. No claims for harm are permitted under this post. If you are offended by the lack here of your Personal Planet Crisis Complaint ……. . . .
    . . … tough!

       18 likes

    • Old Goat says:

      Classic FM are more than making up for the dearth of BBC climate “news” – our extreme events are getting longer, more frequent, and more extreme, a lady tells us in a slow, measured voice (for effect, of course), and what about the dreadful heat in France!! (I survived with no problems, thus far, and I have a dicky ticker)

      Anyway, we are being bullied into a panic unnecessarily:

      https://www.thegwpf.com/sanjeev-sabhlok-why-india-should-ignore-climate-alarmism/

      No forgetting the video I posted yesterday, which rather suggests that Climeate Sceantists have got it all conveniently back to front:

      But not to worry, Greta has got it sussed:

      https://realclimatescience.com/2019/06/16-year-old-climate-expert-weighs-in/

      Meanwhile our sour, stupid, ex-prime minister extols the virtues of “reducing emissions”. I sorely wish that her emissions could be stifled…

         32 likes

  29. Foscari says:

    You may not know that I am the “headliner” at Glastonbury
    next year. I don’t expect the plethora of the BBC presenters,
    producers, editors, sub editors, researchers and hangers on will
    be in an orgasmic state as I go on stage . Perhaps I am not in
    the same league as the greatest entertainer the World has ever seen
    so far as the BBC is concerned Stormzy. But I will still blurt my
    number one rap thought up in two minutes for my grand-children
    whilst walking up the stairs to our apartment in the Algarve.
    I am a geezer named Reezer.
    I has this bitch Lisa
    She has a diseaser.
    So I locked her in the freezer !

       40 likes

  30. Doobster78 says:

    So Stormzy thinks there is inequality in the arts and justice system !!!! As previously mentioned, the BBC lap it up. Young, black and left, what’s not too like.

    But please, inequality !!! What about the MOBO awards (music of black origin) ??

    Where are the MOWO awards Stormzy ???? Oh, that’s right, awards for music of white origin would be racist wouldn’t they !!!! But MOBO ……fine, no problem.

    As always , racism only ever works one way .

    BBC love it tho. Stormzy could have sung nursery rhymes all night and the BBC would tell us it’s the best set ever.

       47 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      Best listened too with the sound, and indeed monitor too, off.

         14 likes

      • Jeff says:

        “Here’s interpreter Tara Asher signing the song for a deaf audience…”
        Oh this is superb! Probably the best way to “listen” to this “music”.
        Can these posers get any more pretentious?

        And while we’re talking about irritating and pretentious people…
        Is there any sign of that wrinkled old reptile Jon Snow there this year? I don’t think so; just as well…
        Have you seen the audience?
        I’ve don’t think I’ve ever seen so many white people…

           27 likes

    • Annunaki says:

      Dd he fail to mention all the black stabbers ? and where are their fathers ? of enriching other white females ?

         20 likes

  31. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2

    More sport. Formula 1 is boring. McLaren have won all the races this season. The BBC talk to F1’s Marketing Director or Development Director or somesuch, a wimmin, and at the end, the Beeboid claims that there are not enough wimmin in Formula 1.

    The Beeboid is fairly ignorant in his feminism and gender baiting and the F1 spokeswoman firmly puts him right on that. There is a team where the boss is a woman. There are female engineers, too, in the sport.

    Actually cars and driving (and cycling come to that) are very egalitarian, have been from almost the beginning and are a great driver (no pun intended but you may chuckle anyway) of upward social mobility. If only politicians and others knew that.

    The BBC, sadly, will not inform or educate them. Agenda? What agenda?

    I wonder why?

       29 likes

  32. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #3

    Even yet more sport again. I might have to join the Sport brothers at this rate.

    Formula 1 is to expand. More races. Different places. Longer season. More travel. More CO2.

    The Beeboid did not ask about that.

    No mention of Anthropogenic Global Warming, Climate Change, Climate Crisis, Climate Damage, Climate Destruction, Climate Disaster, Climate Emergency, Extinction No.6, Extinction Rebellion, Sixth Mass Extinction, etc., etc..

    The only Net Zero is between the ears of the Beeboid, I guess, who is definitely not with the agenda.

    No mention of Net Zero.

    I wonder why?

       25 likes

  33. chancygardner says:

    Ever since Megan Rapinoe, a lesbian who plays for the USA women’s football team, made some rather disparaging comments about Donald Trump’s invitation to visit the White House, her face has never left the BBC sports pages. The sports editor has been drooling over her craggy features and pink hair ever since.

    England’s chances in the Women’s World Cup would appear to have improved though, since it will be eleven against one. Oh but if only it was that easy. This is super pink- haired woman and capable of taking on entire cities. One tiny English team could be eaten for breakfast (eeew) by this world beater.

    I imagine a whole team of beeb reporters will be following her every movement around the pitch, ready to let the football coaches around the world know how a true patriot can play and say f u at the same time. Magic.

       25 likes

  34. theisland says:

    Good

       45 likes

  35. Panda says:

    The asexual beta male on the sofa wonders how a superstar like Stormzy manages to stay so modest.
    Next he tells us we’re all celebrating LGBTMGBGTV8 week or something.
    Yep, these BBC types are definately down wiv da kids and have their finger on the nations pulse.
    Twots.

       33 likes

  36. G says:

    Toady before 0800 this morning: Farmers of the ‘growing’ variety, seeking a guaranteed 30000 workers annually from outside the EU from Government.
    “The latest net migration statistics show that in 2018, net migration to the UK was 258,000.” – https://www.migrationwatchuk.org/statistics-net-migration-statistics
    !?!?!?!? It’s not mathematics, it is arithmetic surely.
    However, judging from the jobless inactivity of the Syrian “refugees” that share my village (and have done so for at least 2 years to date), it is more of a Governmental desire that they will all remain on State Benefits for the rest of their days.
    Newton’s First Law (my take): An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by a Brexit Party force.

       23 likes

    • Dover Sentry says:

      Do Arab refugees work on our farms? All seem to be east European or British.

         22 likes

    • Up2snuff says:

      G, you have reminded me: TOADY Watch #5 (I knew the prog this a.m. was bountiful but could not remember all my trigger points.)

      No questions asked about the CO2, in this new age of NetZero, of importing 30,000 temporary workers for farming, which means double CO2 when they go home. No questions at all. No mentions of NetZero at all.

      I wonder why?

         8 likes

  37. theisland says:

    https://www.spiked-online.com/2019/06/28/the-unbelievable-hypocrisy-of-the-remoaner-elite/

    Re: amendments tabled by Grievous, Beckett and others to stop government departments using their budgets in the event of a No Deal.

    (see also https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9391204/remainers-brexit-hardship-poor/)

    This plan – even the fact that elite Remoaners are contemplating it – is very revealing.

    First, it confirms that these people are not, as they constantly claim, merely worried about the wellbeing of ordinary people in Brexit Britain. Rather, their overarching, obsessive aim is the same as it has been for three years: to stop Brexit from happening. It’s all they care about.

    Secondly, it utterly explodes all their fear-mongering and politicised hysteria about No Deal Brexit. It confirms that was all just propaganda designed to scare Brits out of their commitment to Brexit. That these people are now contemplating the very scenario they said us Brexiteers would bring about – government mayhem – shows that for them ‘chaos’ is just a political tool to be wielded against Brexit.

    And thirdly, it shows what those of us who believe in democracy are up against. We are up against a political class that will stop at nothing to prevent the UK from making a clean, full break with the European Union. They will bring about hardship, hamper essential government activity, and trash democracy itself, all in pursuit of propping up a rotten status quo that the people have clearly rejected. These people are serious about trampling all over the democratic will – supporters of democracy must get serious too.

    Tell us something we don’t already know.
    Still, it’s worth repeating.

       26 likes

  38. Guest Who says:

    Greta gets about.

    I mean, in the news. Obvs.

       24 likes

    • vesnadog says:

      G,

      “Greta”

      Once she meets boys she’ll change.

         8 likes

      • RobRoy says:

        That would be one brave young lad :0) Or are we making a big assumption here – maybe she likes the girls.

           4 likes

        • vesnadog says:

          Soon tell when she gets her first tattoo. That’s if her mom gives her permission. Dad will have no say in the matter.

             5 likes

          • Jagman84 says:

            When she meets her forever friend, Mohammed (?), her Mum will have no say either.

               2 likes

  39. Foscari says:

    BIG BROTHER from the Diversity and Positive Discrimination dept
    at the BBC TV has a bit of a problem on” his ” ( If the pronoun is
    wrong I am not sorry) regarding getting Jonathan Pearce and the rest
    of the commentators and pundits to support the USA when
    they play England.
    The USA team is more diverse than the England side with their
    lesbian captain Megan Rapano telling us her less than favourable
    opinions about her President. To be honest it’s no shock for
    her to tell us that no team without gay players can win the Women’s World Cup. I expect this may apply to rugby as well.
    No problem for me. The game between the USA and FRANCE was
    pretty good last night and it would take a good under
    15 boys team to beat either side.
    The problem for BIG BROTHER is that I do not believe that Jonathan Pearce can be coerced in to support a foreign country when England are playing them, even if costs him his job.

       20 likes

    • TrueToo says:

      Foscari,

      I see you are not among our esteemed colleagues here who pour scorn on women’s football. I’ve seen a few highlights of the Cup on YouTube and it didn’t look too bad but of course you can’t judge the quality of the play just by a few minutes. And so I’m going to reserve judgement until I have watched the quarter finals today between Italy and Holland and Germany and Sweden.

      Israeli TV is being kind enough to broadcast both matches on a local free-to-view channel and I will return here to report on them.

      I’m also skeptical of the claim that an under-15 boys team beat the national women’s side 7-0.

      Re the BBC dilemma on whether to support the England side or the US when they play on Tuesday, I think the fact that the US has a lesbian player who loathes Donald Trump will make what there is of the BBC’s mind up for it.

      But I guess it is possible that the old British instinct for fair play will kick in (pun intended) and the BBC will at least show the same enthusiasm for both sides.

      I was listening on the World Service to England vs Trinidad and Tobago, I think it was, during a previous world cup played by men when the announcer flatly stated that England had scored, without a trace of enthusiasm in his voice. Obviously he was supporting the other side, and he didn’t even have the professionalism to keep his bias out of his commentary.

      I’d never heard anything like it and I hope I never will again.

         19 likes

      • vesnadog says:

        I must admit I quite liked the energy and desire seen by the women’s footballers. Quite the opposite with most of our English Prem male footballers.

        Still, with all those high earners you would expect a few of them to be weighed down with all that cash in their pockets.

           6 likes

        • G.W.F. says:

          Wimmin footballers.

          As a boy during the 1950s I used to watch the local football club getting hammered every saturday. Such a bunch of wusses but we loved them. One day two teams of wimmin footballers arrived in a coach and played their hearts out to an audience of about 40 . They came from St Helens, near Liverpool, and were brilliant, and when they fell down they got up again without a visit from the man with a magic sponge in a bucket of water. We spoke to them at half time. Just working class women with jobs during the week in shops or factories. I never continued with my interest in football, but wonder why women’s football is being presented as something new

             11 likes

          • Up2snuff says:

            It was, apparently, very different one hundred years ago, G.W.F. A small conflict took all the men away for a foreign holiday and Wimmin worked in factories and played footie for fun. And money. The BBC don’t do history – aaagggh! – I’ve just remembered another TOADY Watch I should have posted about this morning’s prog.

            Apparently the BBC’s memory only goes back 50 years, although even then they can develop Half Centenary Amnesia when the event is about someone protesting about a lack of democracy in Europe. Funny that.

            If they forget the centenary of the end of World War One, they will not remember the Wimmins footie back then.

            But they did manage to remember the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11. Not the moon landing. Just the launch.

            TOADY Watch #5

               6 likes

    • Beltane says:

      Naturally the BBC aren’t going to mention the number of ‘creative’ fouls and artificial dives from the US team – that might suggest they are picking up aspects of the men’s game and, as we know, the ladies are both gentler and more chivalrous.
      Even the lavender-haired Ms Rapinoe was seen to smile, but only after scoring – goals, I mean.

         14 likes

    • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

      Have to admit I’m not much of a sports fan. When I had a TV licence I’d occasionally watch Match of the Day but with the crisp salesman’s political witterings his smug face got more and more irritating. Now I only catch the odd match in the pub.

      I’ve watched a few YouTube clips of the wimmin’s football. Lots of ponytails bobbing up and down amongst the ‘sensible’ short haircuts of players like gobby Ms Rapinhoe. I watched it thinking ‘it’s not really football is it?’

      I usually like the USA to do well in international competitions, this time I hope the yanks are sick as parrots next week as our own team of bobbing ponytails see them off. I won’t be watching it though.

         3 likes

  40. LastChanceSaloon says:

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jun/28/civil-servant-boris-johnson-no-deal-brexit
    Fri 28 Jun 2019 14.06 BST
    Guardian Opinion Brexit
    I’m a civil servant – and we can’t make Boris Johnson’s no-deal fantasy into reality
    Anonymous

    [Followed by a number of assertions, and no evidence. Project Fear part XXXIII. With a sneer at Donald Trump.
    Possibly written by a Guardian “Journalist”, or even Theresa May.
    Brexit is too difficult for us, it’s too much work.
    We are starting again. Really? Did you shred all the earlier work believing Brexit had been cancelled? Probably shredded with the alacrity of a Rotherham mass rape report.

    Brexit will be a disaster for the EU, so I will claim it will be a disaster for the UK. To make it convincing I adduce this report, prepared by, well, a civil servant!

    When a problem with Brexit implementation arises, due to deliberate left wing civil servants (LWCS) negligence or indolence, we LWCS will, as one, say “there, I told you so”. Boris or May or Farage or the electorate will be blamed. Three years spent thwarting Brexit.

    Comments allowed and chock full off Remainiacs claiming to be former civil servants and gleefully pointing to the “evidence” and saying “I told you so”.

    This is a further example of why a future Conservative or Brexit Party Government must give these cheating, conspiring, lying lefties their P45s and bring in their own people who can be trusted,]

       32 likes

  41. Beltane says:

    The BBC’s Sally Bundock is being taken to well-earned task for her biased and interruptive interview of Tim Martin, Brexiteer boss of Wetherpoons.
    There’s comfort to be gained from picturing Ms Bundock in her regular roles on the Fast Show. She was funnier in those days, before some producer saw her true potential – though the permanent surprise in those goggly eyes can still raise a smile.

       17 likes

  42. Thoughtful says:

    UK petition 246,733 to Abolish the BBC television license will be debated in Parliament on 15 July 2019.

    Now is the time to lobby your MP to support abolition, I suggest you do not use bias as a reason if your MP is Labour or Blue Labour though, focus on costs to poor people, the usual things they bleat about !

       22 likes

  43. Doobster78 says:

    Cutting edge stuff for £160 per year.

       42 likes

  44. Fedup2 says:

    Week in Westminster
    Three bubble dwellers calmly talking about the need to extend A50 beyond 31 October – because there isn’t enough time to get stuff done ?

    Are we in a time loop?

    Are these people so out of touch that they do not get the fury with which people who want to see an independent UK will react if the traitors put it off again. ?

    How out of touch does the journo – political class have to be ?

       30 likes

    • Dover Sentry says:

      More votes for The Brexit Party.

      The party that does not exist on the BBC.

         33 likes

  45. SpinningReith says:

    Panda June 29, 2019 at 9:57 am
    ” …..Yep, these BBC types are definately down wiv da kids and have their finger on the nations pulse.
    Twots. ”
    Good to see ‘twats’ pronounced as it always used to be, before the millennials resurrected it .
    (ok, not the most important topic on here at the mo’)

       13 likes

  46. StewGreen says:

    Anomaly Klaxon : Is there something non-standard about that weather station that would make its France Record Temperature recording 1.5C higher than nearby stations ?
    Yep in a dip next to highway close to metal link fencing glass house & sheltered from breeze by trees
    2019-06-28141338-1024×660.png
    https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2019/06/29/hottest-highway-on-record-in-france/

       14 likes

  47. Beltane says:

    Another of those little political anomalies in David Gauke’s successful fight against deselection. In a constituency which voted 46% leave to 53% remain, those supporting their MP rose to 120/60, so being Tory heartlanders, they obviously know something the rest of us don’t. Or the vote was rigged, even though experience has shown how unlikely that might be.

       15 likes

  48. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “”Czech woman seeks soldier who helped her after Belfast bomb (1972) “”

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-48808355

    If I’m right, the BBC/Left may have a problem with this. From the cap badge in the photo, the soldier could have been a member of the Parachute Regiment.

    https://www.nam.ac.uk/explore/paras

       17 likes

    • digg says:

      I think that photo should be made into a huge poster on the side of a truck and parked outside the courtroom when the old soldier they are trying to lynch is being tried.

         7 likes

  49. Fedup2 says:

    The outgoing traitor PM is now going to give a huge chunk of our cash to a Swiss bank account to help third worlders .
    She’s after a job with bill gates I reckon

    Anyway – at the same time the elderly in UK are suffering from local authorities underfunding social care year after year .

    It’s as though the Tories care more for foreigners than their own

    Drain the swamp

       42 likes

    • LastChanceSaloon says:

      Fedup2
      Indeed.
      “local authorities underfunding social care”, whilst advertising for yet more diversity officers and similar overpaid lefty drone sinecures.

      Brexit Party Manifesto, demand the money back from the Swiss, if not returned, sanctions.
      Brexit Party Manifesto, May global warming trillion, just cancel it.
      Brexit Party Manifesto, overseas aid, cancel it, stand on your own two feet.
      British policies for British people.
      Brexit Party Manifesto, get May and all her mates on trial for treason.

         26 likes

    • Not Gwent says:

      Fedup2

      “care more for foreigners than their own”

      It’s impossible to avoid this conclusion.

         23 likes

  50. Doobster78 says:

    For the past couple of days , all I have heard on radio 1, has been people ringing / texting the show asking for a shout out as they are stuck in traffic going to Glastonbury.

    Caller after caller telling the host how they are 4 hours into their 10 hour drive to Glastonbury!!!!!

    Remember. These are all the ones who will be holding banners about climate change and saving the planet. But they drive hour after hour, likely in diesel cars to get there !!!!

    The hypocrisy of these moronic libtards is sickening. It really is. Just like that little weirdo Greta flying all over the world. They just don’t get it do they !!!!!

       46 likes