Weekend Open Thread 31 August 2019

The Biased Bubble returns from its unearned holidays to pour out rabid anti brexit anti democratic propaganda on an electorate bored to tears with their delaying tactics and lies – so we will be busy reporting it .

And as time passes How will the BBC deal with the 80th anniversary of the start of World War 2 be dealt with ? Plenty of opportunity for even more pro EU bias .

Project Fear summary
Apart from the Queen authorising the closure of the Remainer Parliament a bit early ~ Project Fear has chugged on mainly with repeats of medicine shortages .
Thursday was ‘flu vaccine shortage ‘ and the Ghost of Gina Miller using Soros cash for another go at using the courts to undermine the vote of 17.4 million people who she thinks are thick .
Wednesday was ‘getting the queen involved in brexit ‘it’s a coup – it’s the end of democracy hysterics .
Other than that just the usual biased BBC singing the Remainers song as loud as it can .

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335 Responses to Weekend Open Thread 31 August 2019

  1. petebogtrott says:

    First. Boris should remove all the MP’s who try to stop brexit .


    • smoogie7 says:

      I have a feeling that he might do eventually. This week he has shown that he is no nonsense.

      Lets see how he gets through next week. Riot Corbyn will cause a few issues no doubt


    • StewGreen says:

      Backlinks : If you are catching up
      We still have a special thread Suspending Parliament Special
      ..at lunchtime we started page 3, page 2
      – The main thread reached page 4 Friday at 8:30pm, before that see page 3


  2. Loobyloo says:

    Wilful avoidance of possible issue and chance to blame social media for rise of mumps and measles. All those academics and none are saying that immigration could be a factor?

    Mumps and measles cases in England prompt vaccine call https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-48386990
    Old article, but
    ‘Cases in the UK are largely within communities with low-vaccination rates and are linked to travel to other countries with outbreaks.’
    – or how about travel FROM countries with outbreaks?

    On sky news
    Mumps cases hit highest level in a decade in England amid fears over ‘anti-vaxxers’

    My iPad bbc site shows few new articles on uk page in the last few hours. Think they are in Boris shock mode.


  3. Annunaki says:

    NOT just that TB is coming back to this coutry, we have spent eons sorting this out and now we are practically letting the world into our country with all their diseases and why ? because we are legally required to by the EEC


    • Annunaki says:

      we went to China last year and my son was checked thouroughy AS A TOURST, asked to show his tongue and a thorough examination, he was highy offended but was taken at random as a precaation, how many off these boats get the same ? are they quarantined ? haw many in this country who have spent so much to eradicate diseases are demanding health checks ?

      Where is the bbc outrage ? oh they are black its ok nothing bad to say about that


    • G says:

      Apart from, perhaps, Romania and Bulgaria, I suspect most sufferers of TB and all the other sicknesses come from Africa, Middle East & Bangladesh rather than principally, the EU


  4. BRISSLES says:

    The workings of the judiciary are beyond most people’s comprehension, but what we do know is that if you want to take anyone to court for a misdemeanour, or a wrong needs to be righted, then we can at best expect to wait many months if not years for a case to be heard. Because, we are informed, there are many many cases, too few judges, and a ‘slot’ has to be available.

    So can someone please explain, how the likes of Gina Miller and her ilk, can manage to organise a hearing in the High Court within a matter of hours/days ? The same applies to High Court injunctions brought by high flyers for anonymity – how does this work ?


    • Fedup2 says:

      I’m not a lawyer – but the admin support for the high Court would be contacted and alerted to the nature of the petition – in this case a time sensitive constitutional issue .

      They’d then go find an appropriate Judge and venue and set up the hearing – including a guess at how long it might take to serve and pre read papers as well as hear subsequent oral evidence and submissions ….


    • Annunaki says:

      yep they seem to have a slot, tommy robisons trial was pretty quick too, the bastard that murdered a father in front of his child on a guildford train took quite a while though, but then, he was black no doubt eveyone waiting for some evidence that he was not just a thug, well tough shit he was and how much taxpayers money for his defence ? for killing a man i n front of his child ?

      Again thanks blair for these black african thug immigrants


    • madandbad101 says:

      That nasty sod Soros cash no doubt,and she is probably on a retainer.
      Why is there no investigation ?


    • madandbad101 says:

      That nasty sod Soros cash no doubt,and she is probably on a retainer.
      Why is there no investigation ?


  5. StewGreen says:

    Trust big corps with your data ?
    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Twitter Account Hacked
    The highlight of the hackers 10 minute rein was to tweet the N-word

    Have a look at the other ZH stories as well


  6. Nibor says:

    Let’s have another referendum .

    To rejoin the EU after a period of time . And also about hanging . And about immigration . And foreign aid .

    Then if the Brexit Party or Boris Johnson’s Tories come to their senses ;

    All our rubbish is collected , recycleable stuff in it , which is sent to adapted prisons ( or the prisoners are escorted to ) that process the whole lot ~ plastics , paper , normal rubbish , clothes , electricals etc . Where’s the Howard League for Penal Reform on this ? Prisoners paying back to society and doing a good job for the environment .

    No maximum jail sentences – minimum sentences instead .
    No concurrent sentences – unless we have concurrent taxes .
    ( Sorry mr BBC threatening man , my car tax is concurrent with the TV tax ) .

    Abolish the BBC .


  7. StewGreen says:

    BbcNews = an entertainment network
    .. which like the Guardian ENTERTAINS hippy/metro-liberals
    .. by telling them what they want to hear

    BBC Entertainment = NOT an entertainment network
    but rather a division which is concerned with evangelising the dogma of hippy/metro-liberal groupthink


  8. Dover Sentry says:

    Does Boris value Leavers above his Conservative MPs?

    70% of Conservative MPs are Remainers.

    There are those who say that he will opt for a fudged Withdrawal Agreement over a No Deal.

    This will disappoint the BBC, who as we know favour No Deal 😉


  9. JamesG says:

    It looks like the Remainers don’t want an election — because they’re afraid the public might vote the wrong way once again, as they did at the referendum. That’s why they’re currently preferring to engineer a stitch-up with the current membership of the House of Commons. The problem for them is that it’s going to be difficult to pass a vote of no confidence in the government without triggering an election.


    • G says:

      According to Prof. John Curtice, all surveys point to very little change in the public’s voting intentions.


  10. StewGreen says:

    The Owen Jones attack
    We know Owen showed stomach grazes
    and claimed he knew the attackers.
    They’ve been in the cells for 24 hours now
    .. bit strange the police haven’t charged them.

    Are the police fishing and playing political games ?
    Bad actions should have consequences but It doesn’t sound like police resources are being used proportinately.


    • G.W.F. says:

      Advice to the three who are locked up in the Tower accused of hurting Saint Owen: it was made clear that the three are from the far right. OK, here is your defence, it wasn’t us guv, we are all socialists. Get your pals to buy copies of Das Kapital, and other texts and leave them at your homes.


  11. Roland Deschain says:

    It never ends.

    Yes, it’s the old “question as a headline” ploy. Which means there isn’t actually any news, but speculation. Always from one side. With a heavy side dish of snark.

    Was this presidential sarcasm or misinformation?
    Was he implying that somebody else might indeed have been involved?
    Or was it just the president’s regular habit of responding by saying the first thing that came into his head?

    A thought. Who would unclassify information? The President, surely? So by definition it isn’t classified anyway.

    Even now they still don’t understand Trump. He doesn’t say the first thing that comes into his head. Whatever he says is carefully calculated to wind up his opponent and put them off balance.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      A President can declassify military imagery of possible embarrassment to an enemy and therefore make it available to people outside of a restricted group. In this case “embarrassment to an enemy” could mean the anti-Semitic BBC as well as Iran. Without Trump as President, both the anti-Semitic BBC and Iran would have preferred to censor this embarrassing failure because of their mutual hatred of Israel.


    • Celtic_Mist says:

      The BBC isn’t even trying to hide it anymore


    • tomo says:

      I’m wonder if the BBC Internet presence is actually operated by nasty children – or just ignorant halfwits?


    • Guest Who says:

      It is either click bait or one degree of separation stirring. Either way, if they don’t know, it is not news.

      Given 95% of bbc headlines operate like this, a fair reflection of bbc ‘news’ value.


    • StewGreen says:

      Do we have any experts on Rhetorical tricks here ?
      BBC headlined “Did Donald Trump tweet classified military imagery? “
      Isn’t that a rhetorical trick ?
      .. It’s a smear dressed up as a question
      Just like “So have you stopped beating your wife ?”

      It’s a question, but an allusion of a smear is embedded in it ,
      An ad-hom which attacks his character.
      A strong claim , which is just backed by speculation not strong evidence.


  12. Richard Pinder says:

    Understanding what is meant by “THEIR people and democracy” and “OUR people and populism”:

    THEIR “Peoples March” for a “Peoples Parliament” to implement a “Peoples Vote” is for a Peoples Democratic Dictatorship for THEIR people.

    All the people vote “For or Against” the EU Dictatorship. If OUR people who voted against the EU Dictatorship win, then the majority have voted in favour of populism which is not democracy, therefore all the people get another “Peoples Vote“. If the people keep voting for populism, then this will be repeated over and over again infinitum until democracy wins, while the people remain under the rule of the EU Dictatorship. On the other hand, if on only one occasion, the people vote in favour of the EU Dictatorship, then THEIR people have voted against populism and therefore OUR people do not get any more Peoples Vote’s.

    The Peoples Parliament will therefore not give us a General Election as OUR people who are populists are predicted to win but are excluded from the “Peoples Parliament” because we are not THEIR people. Therefore the electoral commission will be forced by the “Peoples Parliament” to exclude OUR people who should not be entitled to vote in any “Peoples vote” because OUR people are populists.

    This is what is called Chairman Mao’s understanding of Communism


  13. ScottishCalvin says:

    I’d love to see a poll of how many people think that Ruth Davidson was actually even an MP or able to vote on any deal presented to parliament.

    Doodle on this week’s events:


  14. Annunaki says:

    It is simply a matter of the country voted and those who were outvoted shouting and screaming their discontent, like their kids do in restaurants and pubs around England, but rarely elsewhere, and their way is the way of street protests and social media, whereas those who outvoted them, the majority by well over a million, sit and watch the circus. like we sit and watch them with their screaming kids in restaurants and trains where they take no measures to control them and my wife amazed with the fat (veggie) females with purple hair and tattoos who believe they have the right to dictate to the majority because they are young, I would give them half a chance if they had a degree in an academic science or a knowledge or even a slight interest in of history, but no chance of that, strictly or britains got talent is their limit generally and any with a degree is generally in meeja, with their musical knowledge confined at its widest in oos playin at glasto or leeds yet, despite that. willing to pay 200 quid in advace to go with no idea who is playing, twats


    • JamesG says:

      How much would you bet that when tattoos go out of fashion in a few years time, (as they inevitably will due to fashions changing), the rest of us will be forced to pick up the bill for the tattoo-removal operations on the NHS? Once again, we’ll be paying for their stupidity, and they’ll be demanding it as a “right”.


      • vesnadog says:

        Including the thousands of once tattooists who walk out of their shops which are left to rot and ruin later the local council tax payers having to fork the money out to clean the premise’ up.


  15. Richard Pinder says:

    I am now hoping for a confidence vote. If Boris loses, rumours are that he will immediately call for a General Election. Parliament can agree, therefore dissolving Parliament until at least the 4th November, after the General Election on Thursday 31st October, Brexit Day. Making it possible for a clean break Brexit with a brand new deal better than “No Deal” approved by Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party. The Tories could do a deal with the Brexit Party not to stand against Tory Brexiteers and Tory Remainers who voted for Boris in the confidence vote, as well as about one hundred newly selected Tory Brexiteer candidates expected to win if the Brexit Party does not stand. It looks like the Labour party is going to deselect all its Brexiteers, so apart from the 18 Northern Ireland seats. That would give the Brexit party free reign to challenge the Labour /SNP /LibDem /PC /Lucas /Bercow Remainer alliance of about 230 seats without the Tories standing.

    Also Boris could win the confidence vote or Parliament could disagree to call a General Election and form a Rump parliament under Jeremy Corbyn, purge the Peoples Parliament of Monarchists, again, abolish the Monarchy, again, therefore effectively restoring the Speaker as head of state, and then extend the Brexit date. If a member of the EU like Italy is so shocked by this that they don’t agree to an extension then the Rump Parliament would have to repeal Brexit and abolish democracy and General Elections under an “Anti-Populism Act”

    Jeremy Corbyn would then have to go to Brussels with a £39 Billion tribute from Parliament as a sign of submission of a once Great Britain to vassalage and subservience. A “General Monk” type character in the British Army would then be needed to march on Parliament to restore democracy and the Queen, who this time would have to go to Canada due to the fascists wanting to unite Europe.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Doesn’t the 5 year Parliament Act require that 67% of MPs agree to hold a GE before the 5 years is reached? There is no possibility such a high % of them agreeing to a GE because large numbers of those who will have thwarted Brexit know they will be voted out. So, at least initially, I think we will have chaos with no government lasting longer than a few months, the only thing which will keep them together is their determination to stop Brexit and their fear of the wrath of the people. But that fear may drive them down the anti democratic road you outline in the second last paragraph. Perhaps they will claim an ongoing state of emergency and refuse any elections until they deem it to be over.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Knowledge of the Fixed Term Parliament Act within the BBC seems limited and their duty to ‘ inform ‘ the public with regard to the coming week had failed .

        I understood that if Corbyn goes for the vote of no confidence and wins the government had 14 days to get another government together and if this fails the General Election. Is called .
        So effectively the no confidence vote needs to be called this coming week by the Remainers .

        I understand that it takes 6 weeks to set up a Thursday General Election date so time will be tight for any new government to contemplate either withdrawing A50 or asking for yet another extension .

        I worry for a general election because I think Comrade Corbyn has been working hard to corrupt key seats . He will also offer the SNP and his friends in IRA Sinn Fein anything they want – in order to get a working majority to do the Marxist stuff .

        The BBC of course will be overjoyed by such a development

        Meanwhile in the real world the effect on both the economy and national safety would be catastrophic – that’s real Project Fear .


    • G says:

      It is my opinion that the only reason Labour are so pro EU is because the now steady drip of the daily dose of Marxism toward their common goal, is easier from within the EU rather than outside.


  16. Annunaki says:

    Did I miss something ? WHERE was my vote for Compo , sorry Corbyn ? what gives him the right to represent any kind of majority regarding brexit ? I do remember voting to leave the EU and it had NOTHING to do with compo or any of his ilk

    No mandate = shut it beardy weirdy

    There does seem some kind of parity with bearded wnkers / purple hair and the assumption of superiority which evolution fails to support

    Also parity with sexual criminal witch hunts with a particular blindness to Clinton and muslims must be something in the genes


  17. Doublethinker says:

    The Globalists who have ruled the West for the past thirty or forty years are fighting hard to preserve their power and they are fighting dirty. We see it particularly clearly in the USA and UK, where their attempts to remove President Trump and to stop Brexit are clear demonstrations of their willingness to use and abuse their power. Even with a Brexit PM , or a Anti Globalist President, the power of the deep state is such that they can successfully resist and perhaps even over turn democratic outcomes.
    The two main pillars upon which this power rests are their control of the MSM and of the judiciary. The MSM manipulates the news such that wide sections of the credulous public only hear the Globalist propaganda and large numbers still believe it. The Globalists don’t have to confront the mass anger that they deserve because the public simply doesn’t know the extent of their abuses.
    The judiciary refuse to punish wrong doing by Globalists such as Clinton, Comey or their shock troops in Antifa. The judiciary also connives to throw crooked spanner’s in the works to prevent Brexit or the building of border defences. But it is ever ready to bend the law to convict the likes of Tommy Robinson or some of the President’s associates.
    In the face of such ruthless abuse of power the question must be asked about the ability of democracy to over come it. Is the will of the people worth a damn in the 21st century?


    • Deborah says:

      We used to have someone post on here called Atlas Shrugged. I used to think there was a grain of truth in what he posted but thought much of what he said totally mad. He knew about the Globalists and the Swamp and was trying to warn us. I wish I had taken more notice at the time although I don’t think I could have done anything differently.


      • Doublethinker says:

        I think that slowly more people are becoming aware of the threat to democracy posed by the global technocracy. But I worry that it will all be too late to reverse the iron grip that the Globalists have by democratic means.


        • G says:

          “But I worry that it will all be too late to reverse the iron grip that the Globalists have by democratic means.”
          At present it is ‘Queensbury Rules’ for the Right and it is perhaps ‘neck and neck’ with frequent setbacks (Italy just). But I would agree DT, with the depth of perversion in the Uni’s and indeed in Government and much of the other institutions it will be touch and go for decades.
          As we know, one of Javids ‘Special Advisors’ has just been escorted out of Downing St. Apparently this is the second time in a month (I don’t recall hearing about the first?). Anyway, makes one think of who is controlling the major limbs of Governmental power when two close adviser, both muslim I believe, are fired. Just who the hell is pulling the strings of power.
          TBParty – Totally reform UK politics, please.


          • theisland says:

            Civil service and government departmental corruption is rife, e.g. the Ministry of Justice aided and abetted by … [choose your own – I have mine]. It is impossible to fight unless you have unlimited funds.


    • Oaknash says:

      Not an more DT. As you say the MSM is complicit in all of this. One of the reasons I dont post on here so often is that I cannot stand even listening to the BBC which has now degenerated beyond being a propaganda outfit to a joke , for anyone with more than half a brain.


  18. tomo says:

    The BBC’s latest effort at only telling half a story to suit their agenda.

    Apparently some Poles are complaining that they didn’t get a fair payout for the damage done to them in WW2.

    Adam Easton manages to miss (or his editors removed) the Russians invading half of Poland in 1939 and Stalin taking revenge for the humiliation the Poles inflicted on the Red Army in 1920.

    Considering that the author of the piece has apparently lived in Warsaw since 2003 it seems a remarkably one sided piece.


  19. Celtic_Mist says:

    R4 – Here are the headlines:

    Reports of an angry row at no 10

    Owen Jones’s concerns for democracy

    Worries about Donald Trump’s iPhone

    Next, we have the weather –


  20. Guest Who says:

    Missed it, obvs, but Newsnight up to their usual tricks?


    • DYKEVISIONS says:

      I unfortunately sat through this ‘debate’ last night, hosted by renowned tank expert Mark Urban (his face is increasingly looking better suited for Radio)


      Were we going to get a 50% split of panelists? Of course not.

      ‘Gito’ Haro (very ex-Boris sideman for when he was Mayor) with his confected outrage at Boris antics..
      Ayesha Hazarika? (adviser to edstone Millipede) where do they find these non entities. Brought up her color?
      Maya Goodfellow? ( author: Hostile Environment: How Immigrants Become Scapegoats) Tickbox kerching! What has her bug eyed ‘expertise’ got to do with this debate?

      and Suzanne Evans.. constantly interrupted and she is right , could not make her point..’we have run out of time’ , after which Urbane proudly announced ‘Emily’ will be back next Monday.

      Oh what joy, I can’t wait for the lefty bias ejaculations to come!


    • smoogie7 says:

      Johnson is pounding a lead in the polls. The usual lefties are having a meltdown over on the Britain Elects Twitter complaining about ‘media bias’ against Corbyn and how ‘Corbyn will do better on an election campaign’

      Media bias against Corbyn? The impression that I am getting is that our very own BBC are happy to put him on a pedestal!


  21. Fedup2 says:

    Oh dear – sajid Javid goes on Toady to be undermined by the token ethnic BBC girl .
    I bet number 10 didn’t approve it .

    Naturally BBC went on about sacking traitors as the sad remainers leaked project Fear stuff to undermin democracy again

    Dumb – conservative ministers must avoid the MSM . Must .


    • Deborah says:

      Javid’s interview is a final example of someone saying ‘I’m not going to discuss that’ and then saying too much. Time he learned that it is perfectly ok to say ‘no comment ‘ and mean it. Over FE he was doing ok….and then he should have stopped.


    • Doobster78 says:

      LOL. These FBPE fruitcakes truly believe the BBC is full of Conservatives and right wing .

      What planet are these nutters on ???

      Replying to
      and 2 others
      Yup, the BBC is very conservative. They hate that we remainers are united right now to stop the Tory government. Let’s stop no-deal!


      • Donbob says:

        Couldn’t agree more with Messrs Old and Hass. Let’s privatise the BBC and make it subscription only – that’ll teach the right wingers a hard lesson. ( I should be so lucky !).


    • G says:

      He sounded like a rank amateur. Much fumbling. I cannot have confidence in a ‘Taquiyya’ spouting muslim.


      • Fedup2 says:

        I think it’s a hobby of the BBC – creating splits within governments – particularly between number 10 and 11. . And the purpose ? Just to do it . All part of the Bubble experience – for the Westminster incest to have some excitement .

        Meanwhile taxpayers and voters gain nothing.


  22. vlad says:

    Corby doing what commies are good at: stirring up hatred and mobilising the mob to.bring the country to a halt.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Notice that the BBC is helpfully reminding Remainers that there are meant to be Corbyn style protests to close things today .

      The BBC will say that millions turned out whatever the real numbers and any trouble will be blamed on ‘ brexiters ‘

      I think we can expect the sacked spad leakers to do as much damage as they can on the coming TV interviews .

      Toady is already trying to undermine BoJo by showing splits between number 10 and 11 .


      • smoogie7 says:

        Well Liverpool looks ‘busy’ Not even 1% of the city population here and at least half of them are from out of town:


        London would be busier but an even smaller percentage of the cities population.

        Meanwhile nothing seems to be mentioned that Liverpool’s Luciana Berger has refused to support Corbyn as a caretaker. She is a remainer but left Labour over antisemitism which can be quietly brushed under the carpet for now


    • smoogie7 says:

      No one has arrest that old clown yet?


  23. tarien says:

    One can feel sorry for the people of Hong Kong as they wage a war against the owners of Hong Kong/China concerning their extradition order imposed. However a jounalist this morning in speaking to the nominated leader of the Hong rebels and to the UK Ambassador implied that the UK should be ready to offer those Hong Kong people entry to the UK and given UK Passports ! Firstly Hong Kong is not our responsibility, secondly we as a nation are overcrowded, and thirdly it is perhaps doubtful that China would allow any Hong Kong people to leave HK-they would close Airports and Shipping ports. They do not think as we do in the West and its about time we understood that. The word democracy does not enter their language, nor any connection with Human Rights. Perhaps not to everyone’s taste but we should keep ourselves distanced from what is happening in Hong Kong and reduce the amount of publicity from the excited BBC et al from that region.


  24. theisland says:

    She is the nodding dog who sits next to Steptoe on the opposition front bench.


  25. Fedup2 says:

    You know – sometimes I get lonely – but when this happens I also know that I can rely on a letter from the TV licence Stasi to pop through the letter box .

    As in today “we will be visiting your area soon “ – so no lonely Fedup2 . They seem to have switched from red lettering – back to black.


  26. Doobster78 says:

    Oh eck !!! Playgrounds now shutting !! That’ll be another reason why they all start stabbing each other !!


    • BRISSLES says:

      So where’s all the money from CHILDREN IN NEED gone then ? isn’t it supposed to help children’s communities ? With all the money raised every year, a few mill could go towards helping maintain these playgrounds. Answers on a postcard to the BBC.


    • G says:

      Whey, Hey! The bottom video: All I can comment on is, ‘hideously white’ quite shocking in this Marxist ‘day and age’…………….
      I’ll get the muslim Council on it right away…..


    • Doublethinker says:

      Please tell me what is unique about this photo, particularly when you remember it is on the BBC web site.


  27. Doobster78 says:

    Hundreds of thousands hey ? We’ll see. If you value democracy and civil rights, please be one of them !!

    Or alternatively, if you value your weekend and your spare time, and are satisfied your referendum vote counted, then do something much better with your Saturday.

    Seriously, how much more can these lot find to protect against ??? All this marching for a people’s vote, stop brexit, stop Boris ….hasn’t made one iota of a difference. Like I say, it’s us Leavers who are meant to be thick !!!!


    • smoogie7 says:

      Now this is just pathetic!



    • fakenewswatcher says:

      The real coup took actually place when Theresa May, pupil of Angela Merkel, was appointed to sabotage Brexit by concocting/conjuring up something called a ‘Deal’. Wonderful diversion!
      Being a pupil of AM, she also signed the ‘UN Migrant Compact’. (You think the EU is a problem? wait till you take on the UN!)
      That way maximum damage was done to the people of Britain in all possible respects.


      • vesnadog says:


        You know, the more I think of how many times May THE traitor said she supported Brexit the more disgusted I am. I simply cannot get over the fact that this woman who says she a Christian yet simply behaved so unchristian by lying to the voters about her so called sincerity when she rambled on about “Brexit means Brexit”

        I for one fell for it hook line and sinker.

        Something that I will never forget.

        When I compare Boris to May I can only see one person who really loves Great Britain, and by his “works” is proving it.


        • fakenewswatcher says:

          vesnadog – I hope he doesn’t disappoint us!
          Never forget one important thing: there is no overlap between the Kingdom of Christ and the kings of the world. The former is eternal and 100% reliable. The politicians are all about human power. They will always disappoint, sooner or later, and cannot be relied on. Whatever they say and do, it has to be taken with a large pinch of salt. Finally, they will all be here today, and gone tomorrow. Thanks be.


  28. StewGreen says:

    Metroliberal tele-evangelist or “impartial journalist”


  29. smoogie7 says:

    Looking forward to seeing the biased news reports of Corbyn’s demos where more people would be made to appear than there really was.

    Any trouble would be kept quiet while if a leave voter dares show up to counter protest expect the BBC to swoop in on them!

    Back to reality though it seems to Johnson’s move to prorogue Parliament is doing him some favours as he is still leading in opinion polls.


  30. Dover Sentry says:

    Tension simmering and boiling-over between Chancellor Sajid Javid and Boris and the sacking of Khan. Boris also has promised money without consulting Javid.

    I expect to see Javid being returned to the back benches soon. He was appointed to the Cabinet by May. He may be gone by May. The BBC of course will cry racism if he is removed.

    Sky have done a feature:

    “”Details have emerged of a furious row between Boris Johnson and Sajid Javid following the sacking of one of the Chancellor’s closest advisers by the PM’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings.””

    “”Only five weeks after being appointed to the role by Mr Johnson, a “livid” Mr Javid is reported to have confronted the prime minister over Number 10 dictating spending policy and the sacking of Sonia Khan – a key member of his Treasury team.””



  31. StewGreen says:

    R4 Saturday Live like R4 Loose Ends later always Virtue Signals in its choice of guests
    “The BBC should reflect the full diversity of the UK in its content”


  32. theisland says:

    Here they come again. Expect a bumper weekend folks.

    Any immediate update from Priti? Thought not. So much for her meeting with the French on Thursday.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if we had agreed to hand over even more money. Perhaps we got a seasonal discount – 100 illegals sent over to us for the price of 50.


    • vesnadog says:

      “50 suspected migrants have been picked up this morning [and the cups were bone china, which came on a lovely sterling silver plate]”


  33. Annunaki says:

    “The BBC should reflect the full diversity of the UK in its content”

    and so should the rest of the UK, next village carnival can we have the local womens institute on the top of bus shelters copulating with the rotary club chairman, and the boy scouts mugging any whitees with zombie knives

    and the parish councillors in twinset and pearls shaking their fat arses at the camera then all join in attacking the local bobby

    then invite the local hackney carriage driver into the junior school to take his pick and whisk them away to a seedy flat above the bakery


    • Annunaki says:

      With the district council laughing and applauding while they sign a cheque for £100 000 despite £800 000 going “missing” a couple of years ago


  34. pertelote says:

    re Dover Sentry’s post of 10.05 on Javid (above)..
    “He may be gone by May.”
    I do hope so.


  35. AndyDozefeet says:

    If there’s one thing worse than a socialist it has to be a faux Conservative.

    I have listened open mouthed to both Major and Heseltine banging on about BJ’s prorogation being a constitutional outrage. We all know that Major prorogued for 5 weeks in 1997 to squirm away from the cash for questions furore but what I had genuinely forgotten was that Heseltine was his Deputy PM at the time!

    Astonishing lack of self awareness from the pair of hypocrites and neither of them challenged by the biased bbc.


    • vesnadog says:



      This blighter was sat right next to Major when he revealed this in the Hofc.


  36. tarien says:

    Nationalist and patriotic people who want to preserve their nations and identities in free liberal democracies aren’t the ones who are dangerous. Far-left totalitarian Marxists and their socialist comrades who are forcibly imposing cultural Marxism and stamping out democracy are the real threat to Western civilization and humanity. As we are seeing now in respect to those that are casuing such a nonsensical tirade which will gain them nothing of value to the nations peoples. They really do not understand that Outside the EU we can be a free and properly democratic nation. Free from Europe we could stop half our government spending being wasted, could save the £200 billion+ a year it costs us to be in Europe, repeal all its 111,000 regulations, and stop losing the £22 billion a year to Europe on our balance of payments. With those vast savings we could easily and not onlypay all our people a good living wage but revive the fading NHS and other important infrastructure issues. Sadly so few appear to want to study or understand what is ahead for the future of us all. There are people that remain behind the scenes of the world stage, and that is why there are two types of history: We are raised by tradition, to trust our governments, and are convinced that they care about us. This however is a big mistake. Below the surface of official politics lies a complicated social and intellectual process that is taking place fuelled by the media BBC et al. The famous Victorian stateman Benjamin Disraeli once alleged: ‘The world is governed by different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.’


    • Annunaki says:

      RE Disreali: quite possibly by those who profit from strife, as their governance seems to create just that, a self fulfilling job creation scheme or more sinister motive we can only speculate


      • Annunaki says:

        The Latin word sinistra originally meant “left” but took on meanings of “evil” or “unlucky” by the Classical Latin era, and this double meaning survives in European derivatives of Latin, and in the English word “sinister”


  37. StewGreen says:

    12pm local news “A MAN has been charged with rape on a Cleethorpes beach”
    .. Surprisingly the BBC report did name him
    I bet you can’t guess his first name ….. /sarc


  38. Annunaki says:

    NONE of these semi human scum should be allowed to give up their paki passport so no probs kicking their skinny arses off beachy head with a waterproof map and a government funded lilo, but if convicted of rape then no flippers

    You see I do believe in tax payers money spent on our immigrants, although the map will be in english so tough shit


  39. StewGreen says:

    Youtube deletes allegedly “right wig” channels then restores them
    BBC story
    BTW the Iconoclast on YT is a different guy to the Iconoclast on Twitter


  40. chancygardner says:

    My own town has been flooded with placard-waving remainers. You’d seriously believe the whole town was in favour of avoiding a no-deal (aka avoiding Brexit). The irony is that this district voted in a Brexit party representative for MEP, pipping a green party candidate by several hundred votes. Deluded fools nevertheless flood the town, stoked up, of course, by the bbbc bias.

    My morning was complete when a semi-hysterical woman thrust an extinction event leaflet into my less than eager hand. A Greta whatsername led event is coming to town soon. Great. Can’t wait.


    • G says:

      “…stoked up, of course, by the bbbc bias.” And no doubt fueled by a bus or coach supplied and financed by ‘good ol’ Georgie Soros’.


  41. The General says:

    ” In 2016 nobody told us we might have to leave with no deal.”

    Oh really !!!!!!!!


    • Spiderman says:

      And therein lies the most collosal PR mistake made this centuary.

      From the start, the Brexiteers should have referred to the choice as ‘a deal with the unelected EU or an organised withdrawal under WTO regulations.’

      No opponents, no experts, no TV pundits, no politicians should have been allowed to mention ‘No deal’ with out being challenged to use the correct term – ‘organised withdrawal under WTO regulations.’

      If they continued to use ‘No deal’, the interview/discussion should have terminated by the Brexiteer, offering to talk again when the correct term is used.

      If the terms ‘crash out’ or ‘cliff edge’ are used. They should be challenged with, ‘The WTO is the place where countries negotiate the rules of international trade – there are 164 members and, if they don’t have free trade agreements with each other, they trade under WTO rules. Nobody will crash out or fall over a cliff edge.’

      With all the brains on the Brexit side, how did they miss these simple ploys?

      Every time ‘No deal’ is said over the airwaves, by either side, it projects a NEGATIVE impression – i.e. nothing.

      And it’s still going on. Boris, JRM even Farage (sometimes).

      I despair!


  42. Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

    Hi, can someone savvy with searching for images and gif images over the internet try to find out where the BBC got this gif from (see link below).

    Basically it was something the BBC posted on their Formula One live web reporting page following Lewis Hamilton’s crash in free practice. In it they say here is Lewis Hamilton’s team of engineers preparing to fix Hamilton’s car. The image it shows is a group of middle-eastern type men who could be limbering up for in preparation for an entirely different operation. I assume this is all part of the BBC trying to normalise something:

    ps Actually they could be Indians – but I thought it was a strange image to have.


  43. Annunaki says:

    I am not one for correcting others english, typos abound and understood, I am one of the wrsto (Fcuk) but did have a little chuckle Mr Green over “right wig” is that a blonde one ? I suppose it must be RE Boris and Trump

    Youtube deletes allegedly “right wig” channels then restores them
    BBC story

    DO the right need wigs ? many are bald I forsee a bbc investigation


  44. G.W.F. says:

    Interesting to see the extent of cooperation between British and French law enforcement. I have just received a fine from the Frog cops for driving at 95k in a 90k area in France. British authorities supplied the Frogs with all my details so that French Law can be upheld.

    Who says that no deal Brexit will limit such lucrative cooperation?

    I am sure Priti will have full cooperation from the Frogs in her bid to reduce illegal immigration – if that is what she wants.


  45. smoogie7 says:

    Westminster Dog of the Year cancelled due to safety concerns over protests at Parliament


    So now dog lovers are going to miss out thanks to the ignorance of the small few 🙁


  46. G.W.F. says:

    Assam NRC: What next for 1.9 million ‘stateless’ Indians?, asks BBC.

    Answer, those with names like Mohamid can come to the UK and recieve council accommodation and bennies.


    What caught my eye in the article was the BBC’s reference to bad Trump.

    ‘And in an echo of US President Donald Trump’s policy to separate undocumented parents and children, families have been similarly broken up in Assam.’


  47. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Isn’t it odd.
    In Hong Kong protestors are fighting for democracy.
    In the UK, our lot are protesting AGAINST the biggest ever democratic vote.
    Somehow it’s anti democratic to be democratic according to these daft lefties.


    • Annunaki says:

      You make a valid point, the difference is (according to my wife) it was always theirs and leased to us, and she always points out our arguments with Ireland and the Falklands where we never sought a tenancy agreement but, the Chinese did with us, and if I just want to wind her up just mention Taiwan…..

      My advice, for what it is worth, lets just take a close look at OUR lack of democracy and rights it seems there are not many differences


      • Annunaki says:

        Three years and still refusing to acknowledge the one million majority

        A democracy, ha do not believe it

        At least the Chinese look you in the eye when they treat you like foreign shit, you know where you stand

        Racism ? I get it all the time over there, does it bother me ? do I try to get some one arrested over it (fat chance) am I Bovvad ? suitcases ripped apart part of the fun, a muzzie made a comment about in the uk though…..


  48. Donbob says:

    Couldn’t agree more with Messrs Old and Hass. Let’s privatise the BBC and make it subscription only – that’ll teach the right wingers a hard lesson. ( I should be so lucky !).


  49. StewGreen says:

    Official Petition for supporters of No Deal.
    Not Mickey Mouse ..it verifies your email address
    and I think it checks you against the electoral roll
    Unlike petitions that a cat in Peru has signed 150 times