302 Responses to Weekend Open Thread 10 August 2019

  1. Annunaki says:



  2. Guest Who says:

    Santa Monica, which is nice.


    I wonder if he will be popping across to greet Greta when she arrives on the other coast?


  3. Annunaki says:

    Noses in the publicly funded troughs whilst sending capita stasi around to threaten non license payers

    Oh how I wish there was a world class national news organiation to investigate


  4. Guest Who says:


    What are the odds?


  5. Annunaki says:

    Hmm lets have a think….

    UK muzzies outside the Danish embassy for a start …



  6. Annunaki says:

    Slay, behead, butcher, extermination: thats the scum in the UK who are complaining about “hate crime” HOW MANY WERE ARRESTED ?


  7. Annunaki says:

    Religion of peace ? hmm



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  9. Annunaki says:

    Maybe a subject for a BBC debate: the next boatload of ths hateful intolerant scum perhaps should get a puncture halfway over and we have run out of bicycle repair kits cos of brexit


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    • BRISSLES says:

      Where and when exactly in Britain did this march take place ? because I don’t remember any news channels reporting it. Perhaps they were too busy giving oxygen to the climate change brigade.


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  14. StewGreen says:

    July14th edition of Countryfile Bedfordshire
    – Ellie Harrison is on the Totternhoe nature reserve, hearing how tiny temperature loggers could help some of our rarest species combat the effects of climate change.
    – land girls
    – the Franklin family farm. their focus now is on producing slow-grown, 100% traceable food.
    – It is said we are seeing a new dawn in environmental campaigning – where established power structures are being turned on their head.
    Tom Heap asks if the old way of working – where top-down policy-making is enforced and monitored by bureaucratic bodies hamstrung by red tape and a lack of resources – has had its day.
    Highlights Chris Packham’s Wild Justice *lawfare* NGO


  15. Annunaki says:

    Until you want to sue someone for salmonella / e coli poisoning….watcha gonna do then, start a bleeding twitter storm ? i.e. twenty snowflakes whingeing

    Then again, darwinist theory suggests its a good idea for you so go ahead….and please update your instagram accounts with selfies on the edge of Beachy Head its appaerntly the latest trend also, I am led to believe that on a very windy day the camera lens works better

    Also a guaranteed way to explore how top down policy is turned on it head as long as you like the taste of gravel at 300 mph


  16. theisland says:

    Again CCBGB


    • Annunaki says:

      Spent the day in Cambridge, thousands of chinese many tourists, others studying over here,with their families muzzie stories every bloody chance on the BBC on a WEEKLY basis, but when they rape they are asian, chinese are asian where are their stories ? or the sikhs or the hindus or the philipinos who quietly integrate and do not feel the need to have a council of britian to teach their cult to complain all day others for example have a chinese new year to which all of britain is invited and welcome to join inrather than form ghettos with all non muzzies treated as invaders


      • Helen Richardson says:

        Perfect analysis.

        Two types of immigrant – useful, and special needs. Sensible countries attract the former.


    • Dystopian says:

      Thanks Priti , you just secured a load more votes for the Brexit Party!


  17. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “”Extinction Rebellion protesters gather on beach in St Ives””

    “”About 100 people took part in the demonstration at Porthmeor Beach in St Ives.””


    From the photos, I’d say about 30 took part.

    Yet, the BBC give this bunch of cranks front page publicity.


  18. StewGreen says:

    C4 #ConstantAgendaPushing


    • Fedup2 says:

      No story I find more warming than a ‘something is melting “ -a good excuse for an journo ego trip to an exotic location – then Blighty gets the blame despite having not a particularly large population .


    • Philip_2 says:

      This is an Iceberg problem
      Here is a summer puzzler for you all. Its an iceberg,of course, and it’s slowly melting. This particular puzzle was once found in an old BBC Science magazine many years ago, before Icebergs became BBC penguin platforms! . . Not something BBC journalists think much about as its basic Science on the properties of water. Now its all ‘how you feel’ about the iceberg that is far more important… anyway a question for those still awake.

      Question: As the Iceberg melts, what happens to it:
      (a) Does it raise the water level?
      (b) Does it lower the water level?
      (c) Does the water level remain the same?

      Question 2. Icebergs are made of fresh water. How heavy is an icebergs water?
      (d) The iceberg is lighter than Sea water
      (e) The Iceberg is heavier than Sea water
      (f) They are both the same.

      Question 3. When water freezes its molecules expand by as much as 4%. What happens when Greta reaches America on her high tech yacht (with Diesel engine).
      (g) Does it expand the BBC by 4%?
      (h) Sink the BBC by 0.4%?
      (I) Prove the Icebergs have all melted?

      The answer is of course: (c), (e) and perhaps (g) as they claim credit for icebergs disappearing en route.

      Here is a picture of an iceberg on its way to South Africa. I am not joking, they have water shortage in Cape Town and this will solve it. (Greta will miss it unfortunately, wrong direction).
      In The Times magazine today.


      • Dystopian says:

        When the iceberg arrives in South Africa, the libtards will no doubt exclaim “see, look, it’s melting!”


      • Annunaki says:

        A glacier is not an iceberg, if an ice sheet melts it adds to the water level


        • StewGreen says:

          Yes Philip is wrong to call it an iceberg
          but see in the photo that it has its edge in the sea
          So it’s not 100% sure that all melting raises the sea level, cos some of it melting might be in the sea.
          And then there is also a rebound effect as land previously weighed down by ice rises up when ice melts.


  19. Annunaki says:

    Two astronomers have taken a new look at 240 studies of the world’s climate and offered a challenge to global warming doom-mongers. Britain was probably warmer for Robin Hood and Richard Lionheart 1,000 years ago, they say.

    Concern about global warming has intensified climate research in the last 20 years. Willie Soon and Sallie Bauliunas of the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophyics worked with climate scientists to survey research studies of climate covering the last millennium. These included the measurement of glacier movements, ice cores, coral and stalagmite growth, peat deposits, tree rings, pollen, lake and river sediments and the shifting positions of tree stumps. “Like forensic detectives, we assembled these series of clues in order to answer a specific question about local and regional climate change: Is there evidence for notable climatic time periods over the past 1,000 years?” Dr Soon said. “The cumulative evidence showed that such anomalies did exist.”

    They report that the 20th century was neither the warmest in the last 1,000 years, nor the one with the most extreme weather. The mediaeval Domesday book lists 45 vineyards in Britain, as far north as York. Vikings colonised Greenland, and for a while farmed there. The study confirms that a mediaeval warm period from 800 to 1300 happened not just in Europe, but worldwide. The famous “little ice age” from 1300 to 1900, which brought “frost fairs” to the frozen Thames, and polar bears to Iceland, probably extended worldwide.


  20. john in cheshire says:

    I love this guy:

    And the wee J’Obby does what he does best – third rate witless commie propaganda.
    Has anyone ever asked the wee J’Obby how much of his wealth he is willing to give to the state? Or how much of his wealth he has given to the state for them to distribute amongst the ‘ deserving’?

    And this one.

    Tim Martin. Love him. About 13 mins. long


  21. Annunaki says:

    I would just like the economy expert to redefine, what is “two concek u if kwar h as (sic?) ” I took a while and translated that he actually meant two consective quarters possibly ? and where did the UK ecomomy lose the letter “T” which probably caused the recession in the first place

    Gordon Brown would be buying up the letter T using our gold reserves but it is a lost cause as most of the ethnic population refuse to use it for whatever reason like they all want to be a gangsta oh they use the T then all of a sudden, maybe there is a black market in it ..damn thats racist a market of colour maybe,

    The moron paraded on the BBC news this morning complaining about a crackdown on crime, saying that the answer was more money spent on his kommuni h i could possibly have taken advantage of the free education offered to him rather than fantasising on gangs and violence as his ilk tend to do


  22. thirstypak says:

    Greenham common veteran and overpaid part- time autocue reader Fiona B lets slip her favourite thing on tonight’s show is a coal fired fish and chip wagon.

    Did she miss the memo? Coal = CO2 – Fried food – Obesity……..no pre-show warning and before the watershed too. Where’s my quill……

    Dear Samira………….


    • Fedup2 says:

      The Epstein Show seems to have trawled allegations that a british prime minister had unlawful sexual relations with someone …..so in accordance with the process plod followed with allegations against Ted Health – will we see a senior cop in uniform holding a press conference outside ex Prime Ministers’ homes ‘ inviting victims to come forward ?
      Or live pictures from the BBC helicopter showing cops searching the home of un named British Prime Minister ?

      Or maybe nothing …..


      • Annunaki says:

        Good old ted so many allegations and the accusers always either get jailed or worse….funny that, and never married, i would put clinton in the same bracket but he obviously was not a good sailor, prefered his fun other ways and so lucky to have a wife who attacked his rape victims

        And we have the joy of stupid moron feminists marching through London complaing about trump and defending a rapist pervert Clinton and his enabling wife,


  23. Annunaki says:

    There is only one environmental problem and it is of the thirld world : over population overbreeding, it is also the reason why only 52 % of UK adults pay tax, I have at least three single mothers in councils houses in this local area breeding endless kids on social security at the tax payers expense, why do coutryfile not look at the real problem ?

    Care of the environment is intrinsically connected to economics but greta has not started getting up at 6 am to go to work yet and pay taxes and of course our purple hair brigade have never done to invest in alternative energy

    They are abosolute morons as they do not recognise that the government only collects taxes and does not have magic money, so Greta better get working and pay some tax


    • Dover Sentry says:

      If you criticise breeding it makes you racist. Muslim families have far more kids than average families.
      Although Islam is not race.
      But let’s not complicate things with unnecessary facts…..


    • BRISSLES says:

      Recent reports wants us all to stop eating meat, and ideally all become vegetarian, because animals fart too much thus releasing too much toxic gases into the atmosphere, thus helping with global warming.

      Ok, from what I know, and from friends who ARE vegetarian, one of the negative side effects of eating plant food, is……… farting on a grand scale. So in essence we swap one form of toxic gases for another – but there are millions more people on the planet than animals, so by sheer numbers alone we would produce more gas.

      On that analogy, and the fact that the years I have left on this planet are numbered, there is no way I am going to start buying the unappetising stuff on offer in M & S in the Plant Food section !


    • Annunaki says:

      Greta you have two choices, get off your arse and work for a living to pay taxes for the massive civil engineering switch to green energy or, pop off to soudi arabia in your school uniform and see how that goes, hmm


  24. john in cheshire says:

    I would love to see Dancing Terry May’s name on the Lolita Express. I think the Beliar’s name is already there.
    I wonder who else will be exposed as a sexual Prevert along with Randy Andy?


    • Annunaki says:

      what has happened to English law ? innocent until proved guilty.. ahh First Weistein, now Epstein, both Jewish now, what about the hundreds of paki paedophile gang rapists in England….found guilty ………….stunning silence


  25. StewGreen says:

    “Fact check” : something media do ONLY if something arises that contradicts their pet narratives
    Muslims smiling as Notre Dame burns
    .. could have had more context to explain WHY they were smiling
    But Guardianlaland decided the entire photo must have been faked by “the Russians”
    And their FAct-Check proved it
    ..until the debunk of the debunk
    Look how long the Guardian too to apologise


  26. Dover Sentry says:

    Daily Mail Online:

    “”Caroline Lucas is ridiculed for proposing an all-female national unity government to stop No Deal Brexit and hold a second referendum if Remainer plot to topple Boris Johnson succeeds””


    The swamp monsters are writhing.


  27. Annunaki says:

    Not a surprise, inviting the enemy within, how stupid can you be ? the people who have to live with this know it and the elected searvents of the people ignore us ??


  28. Annunaki says:

    FFS look at them



    • john in cheshire says:

      They are soldiers of satan and they don’t even know it.


    • vesnadog says:


      re photo.

      If anyone will bring down the BBC – sad to say it; but it will be because of the above campaigners.


  29. Annunaki says:

    The primary responsibility of the government is to protect its people and they are failing


  30. Annunaki says:

    I must admit I grew up with the south african oppression, and the overt of that which deeply affected me and I was close to a friend from Zimbabwe through that time who explainded it to me prefectly : £ racisim is when you define a human being as less than a human being therefore allowing you to treat them as an animal to be slaughtered, anything other than at is tribalism which is a natural human instinct.

    And this lot we have infested in out country are the worst, but pictures speak louder than words