Midweek Thread 15 January 2020

The biased BBC is going through the motions of box ticking on Operation Augusta – the failed inquiry by Greater Manchester Police into the sexual exploitation of young girls by Pakistani Muslim Paedophile Rape gangs .The report will be forgotten in a day , lessons won’t be learnt even after a report on it. The fear is that in forgotten towns in Britain vile sexual crime against young girls is still going on with both police and so called social services looking away with the Main Stream Media (BBC) complicit in failing to confront it. But let’s spend more media time talking about an American actress who married an English Prince .

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406 Responses to Midweek Thread 15 January 2020

  1. Deborah says:

    First

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  2. Deborah says:

    Woman’s Hour on Tuesday we had two women discussing the leadership of the Labour Party. Both women were talking about how the Party would have to change to make it electable, nothing about what they believed in and how easily it could change and whether people wanted what they wanted for the country.

    One was an MP who had just lost her seat. But she said that she remembered on the doorstep a woman telling her how Keir Starmer should lead the Party. Then the other woman joined in, and surprise, surprise, she too wanted Starmer.

    I can only presume that Starmer is closer to the BBC’s version of Labour than any of the others standing and so is being pushed hard.

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  3. Terminal Moraine says:

    Not heard of Yasmine Mohammed but she looks like an interesting person… grew up in a fundamentalist household, had an arranged marriage to a member of Al-Qaeda and has written ‘Unveiled: How Western Liberals Empower Radical Islam’. Anyone here read it?

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  4. Fedup2 says:

    Ive not seen Newsnight for years . Tonight they’ve got someone called Katie Razzle running it and giving off all those anti Brexit noises one might expect . A Brexit Party MEP( Claire Fox) gave her both barrels over the way the BBC was reporting our leaving on the ReichEU on 31 January .
    They’ll need to lay on more phone lines at the Samaritans for Snowflake remainers who think they can’t go to Europe any more .
    Personally I think we should deliver a cup of cold sick to remainers after what happened to democracy since the Referendum up until the 12 December 2019 General Election .. .

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    • Guest Who says:

      Here is a guest. An excitable one.

      Last time I saw her face it was a slapped arse having been put in her place by another who was not a histrionic loon so beloved by BBC producers.

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      • Fedup2 says:

        Guest
        Thank you for posting that – I watched newsnight for the first time in donkeys . I thought that lady was on some form of ‘medication ‘ but judge for yourself ….

        She reminded me of that bit in ‘train spotting ‘ when one of them goes for a job interview – you know the bit …

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      • Nibor says:

        I`ll say we need an overhaul right enough .

        Stop our Health Service being an an international health service
        Stop paying money to children in Poland etc , if they do exist .
        Throw out foreigners who shouldn’t be in the country
        Stop meddling in world affairs for the sake of ( civil servants and politicians ) having “influence “.
        Overhaul the benefits system .
        Don’t keep giving our money away .

        And is it bad if the airlines employees lose their jobs ? after all there must be plenty of others available because we keep importing labour .

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    • Charlie Farley says:

      Fedup2
      ” Cup of Cold Sick ” excellent that will go down well !

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  5. Beltane says:

    The timing of the 2-part BBC2 program on Bishop Peter Ball, the paedophile rings with which he was associated, his active participation and the extent of the cover up by the CofE, to coincide with the release of the statements on the Manchester abuse enquiry is, as I’m sure you must have realised, a pure coincidence.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Beltane
      Perhaps we should spend more time thinking about the American actress rather than the children who were corrupted by either so called religious figures of any denomination or the Pakistani Muslim paedo rape gangs infesting the north or England and other places not on the media radar .

      The GMP investigation closure really got me . The chief constable is on at least £200k a year so he’s okay then . I wondered if the CC at the time of the enquiry had young daughters …?

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    • pugnazious says:

      You have to understand that ‘most abuse is carried out by white men in their own homes’ [ ©BBC]…..so don’t be upset by ‘Asian’ grooming gangs abusing thousands of white girls targeted because they were non-Muslim and ‘white trash’.

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      • Banania says:

        Not by organized gangs on an industrial scale in conformity to a poisonous religion, then. Just so we know.

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  6. taffman says:

    Question – What exactly do child social workers do?

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    • Oaknash says:

      I think their job spec is the same as the police and the BBC.
      Covering up sex crimes inflicted on young girls if committed by “Asian” men

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      • Doublethinker says:

        Let’s all remember where the ultimate responsibility for industrial scale rape and abuse lies. The many institutions that should have protected these girls but didn’t and the MSM that should have investigated and reported the scandal but didn’t, did not suddenly choose of their own volition to turn a blind eye.. No they did so because they worked in a political climate which became increasingly tolerant of this behaviour of Muslims. Which put the alien practises of Muslims before the values , culture and law of the British. This applies right across the board of our daily lives and is entirely the creation of a generation of politicians from Prime Ministers to councillors who have set the climate in which the institutions function. Sadly of course the people who elect these politicians are ourselves and ultimately we are now reaping what past generations of voters allowed to happen ever since the sixties.Today I think that the problem is so deep rooted that it cannot be removed . I’m afraid that we are well past the first stage of Islamisation , basically we have become desensitised to the alien and abhorrent practises of Islam. We should regard the growing wave of anti semitism as the canary down the mine, Jews today practising Christians next and then the rest. The future is grim as the Muslim population rapidly grows and puts our Brexit struggle into perspective.

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        • BRISSLES says:

          When I worked in the NHS most of the social workers I saw, were ‘busy’ attending meetings in the morning, then lunch in the canteen, followed by a refresher course in the afternoon, this was when they were not seen chatting in the rooms of various colleagues with folders under their arms. Work ? well I think they fitted in half an hour before the start of yet another morning ‘meeting’.

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    • Jagman84 says:

      Identify vulnerable young girls in the community, then call them a taxi?

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  7. pugnazious says:

    And so it goes on. The BBC still covering up the truth….it can’t quite agree what the truth is and what it wants to admit….it admits the grooming and the cover up and then another BBC ‘journalist’ tries to deny it all.

    https://www.greatermanchester-ca.gov.uk/media/2569/operation_augusta_january_2020_digital_final.pdf

    The BBC, whilst reporting on ‘Asian’ sex gangs, stated on the radio this morning that one factor was that the Authorities didn’t want to deal with the grooming gangs due to the possibility of raising community tensions or be accused of racism.

    Read the BBC’s on-line report and this doesn’t get mentioned…in fact it is deliberately twisted to make the ‘Asians’ into the victims…

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-51093159

    Here’s the usual suspect, Mark Easton, covering up the truth whilst ironically reporting on a ‘covering up of the truth’…

    ‘So what went wrong? As the Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham put it, there was an institutional mindset in which young, vulnerable girls were not seen as the victims but as the problem….Children who it was said had chosen to be exploited.

    And the perpetrators were all from an ethnic minority which the authorities recognised had itself been a victim of prejudice and racism.’

    Note that last line…but nowhere will you find any suggestion that the girls had been left to suffer because the Authorities had been afraid to tackle ‘Asians’.

    The BBC were part of the problem, part of those ‘Authorities’ that failed the girls…the police and local authorities were allowed to cover things up because the media didn’t challenge them…due to fears of being called racists and because they didn’t want to say maybe the BNP were right on this subject. We know this is true because a BBC northern journalist admitted he knew what was happening to the girls and was shocked that the ‘Authorities’ didn’t do anything…well, what did he do? Nothing…and that’s why the ‘Authorities’ were able to brush it all under the carpet and thousands of young white girls were abused for years.

    The latest investigation into this came about due to the BBC’s films in 2017 [better late than never]…Three Girls and Betrayed Girls….

    In the last film the BBC states openly that this abuse was hidden due to fears about race…and the Times’ Andrew Norfolk admits to not reporting it on the same grounds….and yet Easton fails to mention any of this…despite headlines today like this…

    From The Independent…

    Fears over race relations affected police probe into child sex grooming gang, report suggests

    The Mail….

    Whistleblowing detective says police chiefs should face charges over Asian grooming gang scandal that saw 97 men left free to rape or abuse 57 young girls because officers feared arrests would ‘stoke racial tensions’

    The Telegraph….

    Asian grooming gang free to roam streets because officers were told to ‘find other ethnicities’ to investigate, detective claims

    One other point of interest….the Lefty liberals always try to claim Tommy Robinson had nothing to do with raising the issue of abuse and yet watch the film and at 1 min 30 secs you hear ‘The silence grew deafening…inflammatory voices stepped in…’ and you hear Tommy Robinson’s voice.

    Tommy Robinson doing the job that the BBC should have been doing…and as the BNP also rose on the back of this yet more proof that it is the liberal’s own behaviour that gave birth to the rise of the Far-Right.

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    • Halifax says:

      This “story” no longer features on the BBC news page.
      You see the problem isn’t Muslim rape gangs it’s the police that’s at fault along with social workers.
      It’s a tactic they use all the time…knife attacker killed on London bridge story isn’t he was Muslim story was about early release from prison…..an effective tactic of blame deflection.
      My x was involved in social services in Rochdale at it was well known that Muslim gangs exploited young girls and they let it happen to keep racial tensions in check…..surely that’s the story the perceived threat through challenging the behaviour of certain community’s…..

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    • Oaknash says:

      Also interesting that the same “justice” authorities who were so relaxed by the organised sexual abuse and rape of white kids managed to put Tommy Robinson back in prison again, very quickly after the release of TRs Panodrama documentary, exposing the BBC for the nest of devious lying
      vipers we all here know it to be.
      Corrupt Aunty still has friends in very high places.
      The swamp is still there, bubbling away.

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    • Thoughtful says:

      So is all of the media and the chances are when that happens the cowardly useless incompetent Tories and their bottler in chief are too scared of a leftist backlash, which is why you hear hardly a peep out of the yellow bellied idlers on subjects like this.

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    • Banania says:

      Even that Three Girls drama might have been an exercise in damage limitation, giving the impression that, terrible as it was, the sex-slavery and gang-raping was not as widespread as it really was – Three Girls, geddit? It gave us a bit to chew on, but to keep our minds from enquiring further. You have to really search the depths of merely local reporting (it is kept off the front pages), immediately after a verdict and before the report quickly disappears, to find out this stuff.

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  8. pugnazious says:

    You kinda feel sorry for Greta Thunberg…a naive and well meaning young girl with some level of autism and other problems…a young girl cynically groomed and exploited by adults for their own ends…a ‘grooming’ applauded and encouraged by the BBC….and she’s hung out to dry because she clearly isn’t equiped to deal with the intense scrutiny nor real world questions that are posed rather than being allowed to make very virtuous and righteous statements that need no evidence and making extraordinary demands that are impossible to meet but get massive and uncritical headlines from the likes of the BBC.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/01/14/greta-thunbergs-dad-writes-her-facebook-posts/

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    • Richard Pinder says:

      In 2011, Donna Laframboise wrote a book called “The Delinquent Teenager who was mistaken for the World’s top Climate Expert”. It was about the IPCC, not Greta, who was only seven years old at the time.

      However, at that time, I remember scientists complaining to the BBC about environmental activists who were mistaken for the best scientific experts, and whose names were revealed, after a freedom of information fight with the morons at the BBC.

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  9. Panda says:

    Strange is’nt it? The BBC mindset is about as far away from my upbringing as it’s possible to get.
    How did this come about? What on earth brought this utter bolleaux into steady old England?
    Answers on a postcard please.

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    • Richard Pinder says:

      I thought about this. I came to the conclusion that middle class children with low intelligence are funnelled into a system that means that they end up employed by the BBC. I remember being told that in Victorian times, low IQ middle class idiots ended up as Church of England Priests, today it’s the BBC.

      The people BBC staff hate the most are bright working class whites with Maths and Science qualifications. They oppose Grammar Schools because typical BBC types could not qualify and their parents had to pay for them to go to a posh Private School for middle-class dullards. Most BBC staff have the standard useless qualifications for middle-class dullards such as the Arts, Humanities, Media Studies, Politics, English and it was found that almost half the members of the defunct BBC Trust had studied the philosophy of Karl Marx. Only BBC engineers and ex-Met Office weathermen are known to have a science or maths degree. The only known Mensa member employed by the BBC was sacked by Lord Hall. I think it could have been because he commented on how small Lord Halls head was, when sat behind him. Or that could have been someone else, sat behind Lord Hall in a Parliamentary Committee meeting, I think.

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      • davylars says:

        Richard.
        I tend to agree with this.
        Radio Newcastle’ finest morning presenters.

        Alfie Joey, — admits you being a monk in a former life.
        Anna Foster, — has admitted went to an all girl school that I can only assume was private..

        Both now middle class with low intelligence..

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        • Woolwich says:

          Alfie Joey. One of the reasons I gave up on Radio Newcastle about 6 or more years ago. Iirc there was also a breakfast female presenter who got promotion to National BBC. The last I heard (6 or more years ago) the 10 til 1 slot was filled by a presenter who’s camp as Christmas style just put me off.

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      • Woolwich says:

        I present as evidence pretty much every young vicar ever to inhabit the pages of a PG Wodehouse novel!

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      • Banania says:

        Brexiters who have been hanging about waiting to be interviewed have often said there are plenty of very sensible people working for the BBC as technicians. It would be interesting to see a political-social analysis of their employees.

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    • Swelter says:

      Panda I remember that it was a source of humour in the 1980s and 90s that the only place that the bBBC would advertise its job vacancies was in the Guardian . The reason why is now apparent.

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  10. david01 says:

    This morning on R5 at about 0400 a lady with a beguiling voice and introduced as a climate scientist was talking at length about world-wide fires (oh, Australia, Brazil, California etc) adding on the calamity of increase in CO2 (between 300 and 400 parts per million) and she claimed that “we bear a historical responsibility for this”. Not sure who the ‘we’ are. If she means the UK, then does she include the 20 million immigrants to UK who have arrived in my lifetime from Uganda, India, Pakistan, Kenya – even Tristan do Cunah and almost every other country in the world?
    It is a short step to demanding reparations , payable by who and to whom is open to conjecture but there must be some accountability to balance the responsibility.
    I own a few acres in NW France and I am looking forward to being able to grow -or go- bananas in the near future with all this climate change nonsense. Nobody has yet determined the source of all this heat. Could it be the Sun, by any chance?

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    • Scroblene says:

      I think most of this heat is coming from my electricity account, David!

      There is a significant increase in charges now, to fund the wind turbines, the non-existent tidal barriers, the obfuscating research into wave power, solar panels for all and no more diesel.

      I wouldn’t expect the BBC to look into this quandary, which in fact becomes a stealth tax on every consumer, but it might be worth digging around for future reference!

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  11. Fedup2 says:

    Yippee Project Fear is back .

    The BBC enjoying itself saying that there will be a shortage of ‘lab technicians ‘ because of Brexit . A trougher from a cancer charity says it’s all terrible because they won’t be able to import low pay reichEU staff to take the jobs of Britons .

    No one said – train them yourself
    No one said – do your own lab tech work
    There was no challenge .

    However in passing comment was made that the government was trying to stop foreign coffee shops being set up and completely staffed by non British – what value did the local area get from that ?

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    • Peter Grimes says:

      For years I’ve been posting here and elsewhere about all of these Eastern European PHDs having their income topped up and receiving other benefits whilst employed to pull coffees.

      So much for the superior educational attainments touted by the Leftoids who insist they ‘contribute’ to the UK. No one, least of all Al Beeb, challenges them on this. In fact I had to do a simulation on the Government site ‘entitled to’ to prove to my 28 year old postgrad chartered accountant younger son just how much a minimum wage couple with two young children took from my, and his, taxes. Unless they look behind the claims of their pals they tend to parrot them.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Update on project fear – my MP sir Ian Duncan Smith – in the Toady house telling Britain to train its own people rather than importing others .

      He also said he’d contribute to the Big Ben brexit crowdfunding . I took a look – on the ‘just giving site ‘ I found 3 funds – 2 had zero and one has £20 from the bloke who set it up.

      Later a Nigerian prince will set one up ……

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  12. Guest Who says:

    When James Met Lewis.

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    • AsISeeIt says:

      These media chaps have an odd take on electoral politics. Does highlighting a policy of your opponents with which you disagree mean you automatically have to about turn and endorse it should they win?

      Does that mean the Lib Dems should be all for Brexit post-December 2019?

      The point is that the Scots already had their referendum

      Let me explain: Referenda are binding. Got it?

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    • Not Gwent says:

      MPs are elected under FPTP – a minority is frequently enough. If only Scottish MPs were allowed a say on Indyref2 then Scotland would already be independent – there’d be no point in a referendum. As it is minority of voters have elected a minority of MPs in a UK parliament – so what?

      For sure the leaflet was poorly worded.

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  13. Guest Who says:

    Rog needs convincing and is rallying the mob.

    This appears to be bbc SOP now in lieu of reporting.

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  14. Foscari says:

    One has to understand why the BBC uses the term “Asian men.”
    There are quite a few “Asian” presenters and reporters working
    for the BBC. It may be rather embarrassing for an ” Asian”
    presenter on an esteem programme such as the
    Londonistan programme to have to mention at the end of the
    capitals programme the main headlines of the the national news
    what other “Asian ” men had been up to , although it was the
    MAIN news item. Although for most of his programme he
    was talking about the importance of diversity. One would
    of thought that the main news of the day about ” Asian men”
    was diverse enough to warrant a mention.BUT more important
    what are we to do about these men from Ulan Bator in
    Outer Mongolia?

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  15. Ed Hitter says:

    The BBC website is doing its usual magic disappearing trick with coverage of the Manchester Pakistani rape gangs story.
    Less than 24 hours after the story broke, it is no longer on either the home news or U.K. news pages.
    You will find it as item 10, down page, this morning on the England news section.
    The clock is ticking, it will soon be yesterday’s news, so move along folks, nothing more to see here.
    But when a footballer made a false allegation of racism it was all over the BBC for days. That’s the news they like to share and share.
    Industrial scale rape and assault of young girls based on a medieval religious belief system? Nah, not on our watch.

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  16. AsISeeIt says:

    Doctor Who season 12
    Rotten Tomatoes score:
    Critics score 80%
    Audience score 16%

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/doctor_who/s12

    Bit of a divergence there, I think you’ll agree.

    So what are the critics saying…?

    ‘Doctor Who’s 12th season is a radical step in the right direction….
    …the Doctor’s companion Graham — who knows so little about “the Doc” that he assumes she’s joking about once being a man… The dark fairy tales and writerly pyrotechnics of Steven Moffat’s tenure as showrunner disappeared. Chibnall replaced them with more straightforward stories that used the past to explore real horrors of history, like Jim Crow and the partition of India.’

    Ah-ha…

    And the fans…?

    ‘I forced myself through all the current episodes and wow this is crap and this is not Doctor Who’

    ‘Politics, politics, politics! What happened to this show, this was maybe the worst episode ever, and each week it gets worse!’

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    • Not Gwent says:

      Not a viewer though interested in the 80% v 16% disparity.

      One 5 star rating and comment stood out “Once again this season is shaping up to be amazing, why you might ask? When a story ark tackles the hard issues we face in society so much that it makes a lot of middle/old aged men angry, then you know it’s brilliant this is what the show has always been about, this is Sifi at its best….”

      It’s TV aimed at ‘not middle/old aged men’ – so stop taxing them. Let them choose whether or not to fund ‘not for them’ TV.

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      • Woolwich says:

        Anti white ageism racism and sexism are okay forms of “isms” though aren’t they.

        Seriously though, I’m a middle aged man and when I wasn’t Dr Who was absolutely required viewing. I have t watched for many years but this is what they’ve done to the show, taken something that people watched as teenagers and through adulthood and then stolen it away.
        And why is something that makes middle aged men angry a brilliant thing?
        I work in a industry where I’m increasingly a minority and feeling marginalised. But here’s the thing, every now and then when it hits the fan and someone needs to solve the problem, or all of these wonderful new ways of working come up short and a common sense approach is needed to get things a done, it’s the likes of me, older men and women, who step up and either say what needs to be said or takes on the heavy lifting and solves the problem.

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    • scribblingscribe says:

      Indeed, and a huge discrepancy between the glowing Guardian critics response and the actual comments section from despairing veiwers

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  17. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile, bbc does ‘science’.

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  18. StewGreen says:

    Stephen King
    For daring to suggest that movies should be judged solely on whether they are good or not, King faced an immediate backlash from ‘woke’ Twitter users.

    The backlash from the woke mob is particularly funny given that King panders to them 99% of the time with his endless anti-Trump diatribes.
    But 99% is not enough – unless you show flawless devotion to the cult – you will be cancelled.
    @PJW
    https://summit.news/2020/01/14/stephen-king-savaged-by-woke-mob-for-saying-art-should-be-judged-on-quality-not-diversity/

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    • StewGreen says:

      Awards are all tosh anyway
      .. rarely does the best thing win
      they are much more about other things like : rewarding your mates, business or virtue signalling.
      So a minority person should not be bothered if they produce a quality work and don’t win an award.

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  19. Dover Sentry says:

    The people responsible for mass rape gangs are not the police or social services.

    The BBC blaming everyone other than Muslim men from Pakistan dilutes blame. It converts the criminals to victims

    Could this be intentional?

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  20. StewGreen says:

    Backlinks to previous thread
    page 3 started 2pm Tuesday ..some people were posting there on Wednesday morning too
    page 2

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  21. scribblingscribe says:

    The Times is running the story of the raped and tortured children along with the murder of a child in Manchester by blaming the police.

    Knowing the censorship of The Times comments page, I added a carefully worded observation about no one being allowed to say who the perpetrators are. I avoided all words that would flag up the overly sensitive censorship on that site, yet my comment was removed. I now see that all comments have been removed.

    So question: is there a state led embargo on giving details of the criminals? Is this to prevent ‘revenge’ attacks?

    https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/victoria-agoglia-death-greater-manchester-police-covered-up-grooming-scandal-7vsgt67p0

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Scrib
      Sadly I think there is a short answer to your question -‘yes’

      The MSM has instruction to cut its editorial cloth to minimise adverse reaction to the British States’ third world imports – and go too far – outside the bubble as TR did – and they’ll make an example . I’m surprised they let him live .

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  22. Guest Who says:

    BBC goes Ole.

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  23. Dover Sentry says:

    The BBC have demoted the Manchester Pakistani rape gang coverage from one day on the national page to the regional Manchester page.

    Now, if it had been coverage of a white gang systematically raping young Muslim girls over a period of years, during which one of the girls was killed……

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/england/manchester

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  24. Guest Who says:

    What is it about Champion Ash that attracts BBC producers so?

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  25. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I haven’t heard much about Tommy these last few weeks.

    Have they put him back in prison on some trumped up charge?
    Is he being ‘non personed’ by the media.
    Where is he?

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    • StewGreen says:

      His latest vid says he will be doing a big speech at the EU parliament next week, in the same vein as his Oxford Union address.

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  26. Guest Who says:

    Looks like the entire U.K. broadcast community has relocated to the other side of N. America.

    For some reason.

    Without irony.

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  27. AsISeeIt says:

    We used to tune into the BBC for variety in entertainment.
    All we get now is diversity.
    When bad news for diversity eventually bubbles up the BBC do a magic disappearing act on it coupled with a bit of distraction sleight of hand.

    It amounts to a largely self-imposed D-notice system – D now stands for Diversity, the word representing a wonderful catch-all euphemism in itself.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Asiseeit

      It’s a pretty sophisticated scheme me thinks – like minded people select like minded people in the civil service , police , local authorities and media .

      I don’t think there is even a plan – it’s just the inbred liberal culture which infected UK / Europe in the 1960s and grew as those infected became more powerful .
      America – being – less constrained – has resisted it outside the big cities thus putting a lid on the clintons , Obama and the shower of Democrats .

      When the Uk State is caught out – as it has with these Muslim gang rapes – they get people to look away or spread the ‘ blame ‘ so that’s no one actually takes or is even held responsible .

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Most output on the BBC seems to involve the letter ‘D’ in some way:
      Diverse
      Deranged
      Dirty
      Degenerate
      Disgusting
      Debased
      Distorted
      Mind you, there is usually considerable overlap with most of these topics.

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  28. Cane Corso says:

    Does the Beeb still have a duty to inform? There still appears little or no news coverage of our Independence Bill in the Lords. At least none on the Politics/Brexit/Parliament pages of their website. Perhaps it is of no interest to any of us knuckledraggers compared to the opinions of the Beeboid host.
    But for those who would like to know a bit see Parliament.UK website. The Bill is “scrutinised” in Lords committee this week (Tues/Wed/Thurs), Report stage 20/21st and then “ping pong” between HoL and Commons on 22nd.
    There – it wouldn’t take long for one of the Beeb’s 20,000 journos to tell us that, would it?

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Cane
      One of comrade corbyns friends – lord Dubbs is back on the high moral high ground trying to get the shameful ‘ refugee ‘ family re uniting thing the traitors made BoJo put into the exit agreement .

      I fear HMG is bending again . Guess who picks up the money and crime costs ?

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  29. Sluff says:

    Further to the Manchester ‘Asian men’ child abuse.

    A little light internet searching brought me to this disgraceful article from 2011, courtesy of the BBC’s in-house preferred newspaper.

    Utterly pathetically it is entitled ‘Grooming and our ignoble tradition of racialising crime’

    I suggest it is read without holding any heavy objects you may later feel you want to throw………

    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/jan/07/grooming-racialising-crime-tradition

    What a contrast to BNP leader Nick Griffin
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-18011603/bnp-leader-nick-griffin-calls-for-grooming-case-inquiry

    History has a funny way of showing up who was right and who was wrong, or left.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Killing a bit of time – I did a little research – the boss of manchester police at the time the muslim sex attacks were taking place ( and still are ) was Michael Todd who took over in 2002 and was found dead up a mountain in 2008 . Wiki says he was having domestic issues at the time but no suicide finding was made.

      There is a big story there. The force was inspected in 2004 .it was big on diversity . It seems it was recruiting bigly ….

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    • vlad says:

      So the repulsive Guardian are STILL doing precisely what allowed huge numbers of pakistani muslim men to abuse thousands of white girls for decades. By decrying the so-called ‘racialising of crime’ (aka telling the truth), the hack Libby Brooks is stifling debate and obstructing appropriate action by the authorities.

      It is exactly that kind of mentality that hamstrung and intimidated police, social services and courts from preventing the mass paedophile rape of untold thousands of underage girls, for fear of just the sort of stupid accusation that the paper is making: racism and islamophobia.

      Which makes media like the obscene Guardian and the vile beeb complicit in some of the worst crimes this country has known, on a scale unequalled in history.

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    • Kaiser says:

      the toilet papers mods and webmasters seem to be on holiday

      they have actually left comments open on a subject they normally wont

      and even from their readership CCBGB

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  30. StewGreen says:

    R4 now a repeat of Monday’s prog about finding a black sperm donor.

       23 likes

    • Dover Sentry says:

      She should try sleeping in London at night with the window open. There will be plenty of suitable sperm-donor visitors committing burglary and other offences.

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    • vlad says:

      Isn’t that racist? I thought we were all supposed to be colour-blind?

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Have they spoken to the Kardashian sisters? A friend who watches trash TV tells me that they are quite good at this sort of thing.

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  31. s.trubble says:

    The bBC has been quick to line up its points of attack as it becomes the Official Opposition to the Government while Labour undergoes some minor technical alterations!

    In no particular order

    1) Lining the UK up to take sides in this IRAN business….USA v EU

    2) The new immigration rules……….and in particular “highly skilled” people earning less than £30k…….Today had IDS in with the highly overpaid DJ Hussein probing for cracks….an NHS (surprise) case was highlighted where a portuguese lady involved in what sounded like lab technician work was cited………..

    3) Maximum airtime for “grievance central”…..this SNP grievance business is highly Un -Scottish”….more like the old chip on the shoulder or naked English hatred….

    4) The ” BONG”……….Hussain asked IDS if he would be contributing to the crowd funding…………..I was shouting at the radio….Turn that question back on her…..and demand a clear answer……..
    IDS either missed or decided against that course of action.

    How about at one minute to ELEVEN on the 31st

    Boris introduces Daniel Craig…………………
    The Name,s BONG………James BONG
    And then the BONG………….We,re OUt( and cuts to Dimbelby slumping in his chair.i
    ………..

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  32. Ian Rushlow says:

    In the light of the Fly Be rescue, Watermelon Green MP Caroline Lucas has criticised the government’s proposal to cut domestic passenger tax on airline flights. Ms Lucas has a long standing opposition to flying, once comparing people who fly to Spain on holiday as comparable to knife-wielding criminals:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1169862/Air-travel-bad-stabbing-person-street-says-MEP.html
    Of course, there are some notable exceptions. For instance, suppose a Green MP – let’s call her ‘Ms Lucas’ for the sake of argument – wanted to attend a conference in Washington DC, naturally she would have to fly (business class):
    https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2019/01/09/caroline-do-as-i-say-not-do-lucas/
    And let’s suppose there was yet another Green MP – also called ‘Ms Lucas’ by some remarkable coincidence – who sometimes flies to the USA to visit her son:
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/politics/10317146/green-party-boss-lucas-admits-taking-long-flights-to-us/
    How dare she! Can’t she just take a luxury yacht like Saint Greta has to, or simply take a private flight like Ginger and Sparkle did when they visited Sharon in his luxury mansion in Nice?

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  33. john in cheshire says:

    The racist far-left bbc regard themselves as indefatigable and fearless seekers and reporters of the truth, I think.

    So ( to use the current word of choice for beginning a sentence), have they reported on the matter of Mr Erdogan’s treatment of journalists in Turkey?

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/15307/turkey-jailing-journalists

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  34. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    “”Rebecca Long Bailey: What’s in a hyphen?””

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51105056

    BBC Front page. More important than ongoing rape gangs. Of course, it also publicises their favourite babe.

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    • Guest Who says:

      According to a comment on the ITTB they also deemed the retirement of a noted footbalist of ovaries as worthy of the top slot.

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  35. Thoughtful says:

    The intrusive ‘R’

    Always appears odd to me, just how many of the BBCs presenter add an extra ‘R’ into a word when it isn’t there.

    Withdrawal becomes Withdrawral, and drawing become drawring, or in extreme circumstances draw-ring.

    Also saw becomes sawer, and perhaps most egregious, who is Laura as in Laura norder which appears impossible for some people to pronounce correctly.

    In ordinary everyday life I come across very few people with this speech impediment, but I hear an awful lot of them at the BBC, and I wonder why this might be?

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    • Dover Sentry says:

      A small BBC gene-pool ?? They only mate with each other.

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      • Ian Rushlow says:

        Those who are capable of mating, nudge nudge.
        But yes, a clear example of genetic drift or reverse Darwinism.

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  36. Dover Sentry says:

    Daily Mail:

    “Theresa May hands her Brexit bungler-in-chief Olly Robbins a knighthood – as he quits the civil service for a top job at investment bank Goldman Sachs”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7445583/Theresa-hands-Brexit-bungler-chief-Olly-Robbins-knighthood.html?fbclid=IwAR1SwdObuu4iGOvw6-Hsk0Wu7YqrMtb7Sl29b-icNqfkB-qhLyAXKT9k1hg

    Words fai.. …. …

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  37. digg says:

    BBC now appear to be resorting to anti-male clickbait.

    On the home page Sport features a headline

    “A man said women are unable to lift more than 15kg”

    Click through to the full article and there is absolutely NO mention of this just a long diatribe about how women have a hard time keeping fit so the headline is purely there to send a message – slant the story and attract feminist readers.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/51106181

    Relentless bias against those nasty men again being just another approved tactic I guess or maybe they couldn’t find the name of the offending man or more likely it was a snide comment from one of their own junior bitter staff!

       35 likes

    • digg says:

      i posted 2 articles here re BBC trickery today including the one above. A quick look appears to show that both have since vanished from the BBC homepage.

      Spooky! Maybe they have someone watching what we do here!

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  38. Jeff says:

    Panorama, the BBC’s flagship investigative programme, took an indepth look at some of the claims about paedophile gangs in these northern towns back in 2004. I remember it well.
    Of course, being the Beeb, they weren’t actually looking into the paedo gangs themselves, but those that were trying to expose them. In this case it was Nick Griffin of the BNP.
    It was the usual hatchet job that the far left are so good at. Most of us at that time were still living in blissful ignorance and knew nothing about these crimes. Like the horror of FGM most of us couldn’t believe it. These claims seemed like some dystopian far right fantasy. They weren’t.
    Our state broadcaster didn’t stop there. After the prog’ had aired they passed all their info’ onto the West Yorkshire police who proceeded to prosecute…Nick Griffin.
    Dennis McShane was the Labour MP for Rotherham at the time. Since the horrendous truth of what was happening on his watch has been made public he has said, “I am a true Guardian reader and did not want to rock the multicultural boat.” So, due to “cultural sensitivities” he chose to turn a blind eye to the industrial scale rape of underage white girls. If he were the only one it wouldn’t be quite so bad, but this is an establishment cover up from top to bottom.
    The repulsive McShane is one of the very few MPs who were jailed for fiddling their expenses.
    As far as I’m concerned that’s the least of his crimes…

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    • Fedup2 says:

      After the manchester chief Constable died on a hill in 2008 he was replaced by Peter Fahy who still pops up and spouts lefty drivel when needed by the BBC

      Some might say he will be quiet for a while – which Mabbs hussein and the top detectives of Manchester do what they or paid for – going after third world child rapists –
      Or actually maybe they’ll work hard not to do anything again .

      I’m gonna read that report .

         33 likes

      • Old Goat says:

        Peter Fahy – I remember him at Grosvenor Hall, Ashford, when he was being trained in 1981 – he was a smug piece of work then, too…

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Dennis McShane – real name Josef Denis Matyjaszek. Worked for the BBC from 1969-1977. Had a relationship with fellow jailbird and BBC favourite, Vicky Pryce (real name Vasiliki Kourmouzi). Having said that, he campaigned against communism in Eastern Europe, is a friend of Israel, has supported nuclear power and has spoken out on topics such as cousin marriage, the suppression of women and the failure of the muslim community to speak out against terrorism. Incidentally, it was the BNP that made the complaint about him and his use of expenses. Rather a mixed bag, but his inaction in Rotherham condemns him to the fiery pit in the afterlife.
      https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2010/oct/14/labour-whip-former-minister-police

         20 likes

    • LynetteO says:

      I am very wary of quotes atrributed to people that seem to condemn them so completely. I doubt he was totally inactive in Rotheram from what you say about him Ian. I have a different perspective to the work of the MP Dennis McShane . He was the only MP who gave direct support to complaints against the BBC’s Foreign Editor appalling rascism and he must have been a pain in the butt to the BBC at the time. That may be another reason why out of 6 labour MP’s who were found fiddling the expences he was the only one to receive a jail term.

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  39. vlad says:

    Anyone else having probs posting comments?

       5 likes

    • Sluff says:

      Yes indeed.
      When I press ‘post comment’ the system habitually freezes. I press again and when eventually the system energises I am warned about a duplicate comment.
      But when I then invariably edit a post to reduce the typos and include afterthoughts, the system posts the revision up pretty quickly.

         7 likes

      • Fedup2 says:

        Vlad / sluff

        I tried to post one this morning but it said something like ‘ routine maintenance back soon’ but then it worked again .

        I fear it creaks and one day could just disappear without warning . If that happens I know who I’m going to blame ….

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        • fakenewswatcher says:

          Yup, I find I also can’t post my comments on the bbc up here.
          When I read through them they’re SO rude, I just can’t do it!
          So I desist!

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  40. digg says:

    The BBC getting excited about how to use Rebecca Long Bailey and whether it should be hyphenated.

    They say that owing to the variety of “unions” growing, this is a growing phenomenon.

    In my view it’s affected nonsense by vain people wanting to “stand out”

    So what happens when they get children and those children marry other double-barrelled people?

    For instance if a susie ford-escort marries john volkswagen-polo could their child be for instance become harry ford-escort-volkwagen-polo?

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  41. vlad says:

    There is one particularly revealing and chilling line in the report on pakistani muslim child rape gangs around Manchester, which led to the death of Victoria Agoglia after her abuser injected her with heroin.

    Because of fears over racism, one detective revealed that officers were told to ‘try and get other ethnicities’, i.e. non Pakistani muslim, so presumably white.

    There is indeed institutional racism and discrimination in many of our institutions: pro-ethnic, anti-white racism.

    Article on the report here: https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-mail/20200115/281870120386067

       40 likes

    • Fedup2 says:

      It also seems that no one can account as to why operation Augusta was shut down . No paper records – nothing .
      Smell of corruption about …

         28 likes

    • Dover Sentry says:

      Thanks to Tony Blair, government employees are terrified of being called racist. All the institutions have been infected this way.

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  42. Guest Who says:

    When in hole, emerge days later in China.

    This is a spoof account, I trust?

       5 likes

  43. Kaiser says:

    the BBC will be mourning the loss to retirement of one of their race-baiters

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51119236

    “Aluko, 32, left Juventus in December after nearly 18 months with the Serie A champions and had been tipped to return to the Women’s Super League.”

    or in english no club wanted the trouble maker

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  44. Alf Dobbs says:

    Inflation falls to its lowest rate for three years. Of course, the BBC’s economic correspondent, Andy Verity, regards this as bad news.

    I suppose inflation does not matter for the BBC because its income is effectively inflation linked via the licence fee.

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  45. taffman says:

    “Germany’s economic growth slows to six-year low ”
    https://www.ft.com/content/788d2248-3776-11ea-a6d3-9a26f8c3cba4
    And we haven’t left yet .
    Anything on Al Beeb ?

       18 likes

  46. taffman says:

    Another one of those ‘Men’ ?
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-51122886

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  47. Terminal Moraine says:

    R5 Live have shown more concern today for some tennis player coughing on court due to the Australian fires than the Manchester pedophile abuse.

    A professor is now on to tell us why exercising while breathing smoke is bad. Lots of concern and hand-wringing on this important story.

    No experts to be found talking about the dangers of rape gangs abusing girls over 40 years.

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    • Beltane says:

      Have to confess I’ve not checked the score but can’t help feeling confident that her opponent was in the lead – and obviously unaffected by the smoke, mysteriously confined to one end of the court. Perhaps it was the slope?

         10 likes

      • Terminal Moraine says:

        Beltane, I don’t think blaming things on slopes is permitted. Not after that Jeremy Clarkson incident anyway

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  48. taffman says:

    Despite the wholesale and industrial rape of our children , notice how it has disappeared off Al Beeb’s front page?
    Has this story replaced it ………………………….
    “Minorities more likely to be jailed for drug dealing, study suggests”
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51122669

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  49. Terminal Moraine says:

    R5 Nihal Arthanayake has the actor Laurence Fox on.

    Naturally conversation gravitates towards racism. Laurence thinks overall we’re a tolerant country. He doesn’t know any racist people, of any colour. Nihal’s rehearsed this setup countlessly over the years with his media and BAME chums and springs into action: “Ah… I don’t know any murderers, but I know that they exist.”

    Well the murder rate in the UK (according to the ONS) is 12.4 per million. That’s 0.00124%. Now imagine a state broadcaster that continually talks about murderers, hosts innumerable phone-ins on what can be done about murder, calls for more and more education to stop you murdering, and then — having achieved great success — pushes the line that we’re all secretly guilty of unconscious murder.

    Like a dog without a bone Nihal doesn’t give up: “do you ever look at your blind spots…?” Because he just can’t bear to let a white man leave the studio thinking that as a country, we’re just not really racist.

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