Midweek Open Thread 28 August 2019

With 64 days to go until Brexit it might be worth reminding the BBC that

270 voting areas voted leave – 406 constituencies
129 voting areas voted remain – 242 constituencies

Figures made unfamiliar by the biased MSM and worth remembering when traitors in the Bubble attempt to deny democracy.

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337 Responses to Midweek Open Thread 28 August 2019

  1. Guest Who says:

    BBC Radio 4

    A spate of illegal butchering in fields has seen shocking pictures emerge of sheep and lambs killed and stripped of their meat in the fields where they stood. But what could be behind the killings?

    A total mystery.


    • taffman says:

      Where are the RSPCA and the Animal Rights ?
      The first organisation gets loads of money from the public .
      About time they spent some of it ?


    • Loobyloo says:

      Yup, has anyone got any clue as to what could be going on? Questions asked? Joining dots? Naming names?
      Inspector Cluseau?

      No, thought not. Bet pig farmers don’t have this problem though.


  2. SPC says:

    Bombard the little BBC devils with negative comments every day on their website – tell them what a waste of space they are – Complain officially about bias – then take it to OFCOM – yes maybe a waste of time but they will get fatigued if more people do it,


  3. fakenewswatcher says:

    Congratulations to Caroline Lucas on R4. She knows exactly why men are getting onto little boats in France to come to Britain, and stuff the Dublin agreement…
    She is proud of Brighton as a city of ‘sanctuary’. I’m sure the people of Brighton will be happy to open up their doors and wallets. Oops, she is getting outraged again…
    Wonder how many ‘migrants’ she is putting up at hers?
    Caroline also gets the last word. Anyone surprised? Of course, Edward Stourton is OK with that. And she is going to challenge the premise of the last question, cos there are no wimmin among the Cavaliers and Roundheads. So not only will she decide what parliament is OK (as she and her buddies are setting up an alternative one), she will also decide on what question is OK.
    I reckon if she were running the show, both parliament and anyone asking questions of their own, would rapidly disappear.
    Caroline will tell everyone what to do and think. So no need…
    I hope she’s OK with me posting this, cos I’m doing it without her permission. Live dangerously, I say.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I wonder if the BBC know how many MPs the Green Party has in Parliament ? I don’t think Ms Lucas is very well and the strain of being outraged morning noon and night is telling .
      Her type thinks reducing economic activity is good . She supports the idea of more people being unemployed . A loon


      • vesnadog says:


        She also wants the Monarchy abolished, No religious instruction in schools, Euthanasia made legal (compulsory) The Military disbanded, etc etc and lots of other wacky left demands. That was in their last manifesto.

        Of course ask her those questions and she will seek to change the subject to Boris.


  4. JimS says:

    Jeremy Vine had David Lammy’s Royal by appointment Polish chef on today bleating about getting his post-Brexit status sorted out.

    First we had a BBC editor on to set the scene. The reason became clear when the ‘been here 15 years’ but not so good at the English chef started talking.

    Vine read out a response from the Home Office telling us that thousands of people had used the system and everyone had got what they asked for within a few days. Our chef said that five off them had started the process at the same time and three of them were sorted out within days but not him, ‘it was a lottery’.

    It became pretty clear that he had ticked the wrong box on the form, i.e. he got what he asked for, it was his fault that he had asked for the wrong thing. I expect Lammy will be tweeting his apology soon?


  5. JimS says:

    Caught a bit of Radio 3 this afternoon. A special composition by some young lad who was a fan of St. Greta and believed we were all doomed.

    Popped over to Radio 4 to listen to Gardeners’ Question Time then back to Radio 3 to get the best bit of Beethoven’s Ninth (the one the EU stole) then a bit of Handel. Then a threat of three pieces by three black composers! Quick change to my USB stick.

    Joan Armatrading, a great singer-song writer, who just happens to be black and female, neither of which is of any importance to the music BBC.


  6. Annunaki says:

    No Joni Mitchell, Janis Ian etc then


  7. theisland says:

    Is the message getting through?



  8. Chalkywhite says:

    Maybe a compulsory question in the ‘Life in the UK’ test should be:
    Which anti British, politically biased National Broadcaster do you have to pay £154.50 a year to whether you watch/read the regular drivel they turn out or not, so that they can pay the likes of Gary Lineker £1,750,000-£1,754,999 per year and continue to try and brainwash the British public with their never ending biased liberal progressive/left wing vomit?

    1. The National Trust
    2. The Clangers
    3. The BBC
    4. The Cats Protection League


  9. StewGreen says:

    Khanife crime : A teenage boy has been rushed to hospital in a critical condition after he was stabbed on the Broadwater Farm Estate in #Tottenham.

    Met Police say they were called to Willan Road, #N17 at 11.14 where the boy was found suffering from stab wounds.
    *Paging hot shot Tottenham MP , David Lammy


    Croydon : It’s MP it tweeting he will be on the Corbyn demo tomorrow


  10. G.W.F. says:

    Its that man again

    Man hurt in brawl during funeral at Glasgow mosque



    • Annunaki says:

      So many men around, apparently police have warned about a false taxi driver sexually assaulting women, but failed to provide a description, for some twisted pervesrse reason which puts lifes at risk,well anyone on here could manage a rough description without even knowing any details

      PAKI sue me if I am wrong,

      I am beginning to believe that Bernard Manning was correct in his assessment of their worth to this country and their morals, apart from takeaways and taxis not many jet engineers amongst them


    • StewGreen says:

      “hurt” ..what cut his finger ..so he went to hospital ?
      The Masjid-E-Khazra page doesn’t say ‘we had a fight here’ , they say
      “Today at around 1.15pm there was an altercation on Butterbiggins Road”~That is 45 mins before the funeral was to begin