The EU Free Thread 31 January 2020

It has been 1316 days since the EU referendum . In that time – and before – we have witnessed the biased Far Left BBC running anti brexit stories every day all the time; and it has failed . It may show the decline of the BBC on shaping and influencing public thinking and public life . Let’s celebrate a new sort of Freedom .

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593 Responses to The EU Free Thread 31 January 2020

  1. chancygardner says:

    We fancied waving a couple of flags in the street here in Wokington last night but I was already wearing my dressing gown, so couldn’t be bothered. A few fireworks went off but otherwise it seemed quite a tempered affair locally.

    “I know “, I said, “Let’s watch the report on the Beeb to see what’s happening elsewhere”. Ten minutes later, the off switch was hit. What a load of negative spin on EVERY report from EVERY female reporter beginning with Laura Ktel. The funny thing was, we should have left it on the frame we found while reloading iplayer. You know how you can make someone look odd by choosing just the right frame to freeze? (E.g every photograph the Beeb show of Trump). Well, I swear we caught it just right as she was pursing her lips to say, “F… you”.

    I think we should have simply sat there watching that frame. A bit like those days when we used to sit staring at the test card after all the programmes had finished on telly. Said it all really.

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  2. pugnazious says:

    Craig at Is the BBC biased? lays out the BBC’s response to compalints about Nish Kumar suggesting Laurence Fox should be hit in the face with a shovel because of his comments on Question Time….

    http://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2020/02/bbc-complaints-on-nish-kumars-shovel.html

    ‘ Nish is well-known for a tone that’s occasionally confrontational. As a comedian from an ethnic minority, his act often touches on matters of race. Listeners may well expect him to be strongly opposed to Laurence Fox’s denials of racism, which emerged so controversially that week.’

    What? First, Kumar doesn’t just ‘touch on matters of race’…his whole schtick is based upon anti-white, anti-British slurs, second, being brown doesn’t give him licence to incite violence against someone…especially based upon the colour of their skin, and third, why may listeners ‘expect him to be strongly opposed to Laurence Fox’s ‘controversial’ comments’? Is the BBC saying that what Fox said was wrong and objectionable? Please explain. And if not why should Kumar ‘strongly object’? He objects solely because Fox is white…this is Kumar beng racist.

    It does seem that the BBC expects people, as the BBC and obviously ITV do themselves, to cringe in apologetic atonement for being white and to grovel for forgiveness for the supposed sins of their fathers….Fox, in telling them to eff off, clearly upset the narrative and refused to be browbeaten and made into some evil monster purely because he is white….this is Kumar’s violent racism and the BBC is complicit in it….The BBC hunted down Tommy Robinson for less…maybe he should have done a bit of brownface…it’d go down a storm at BBC House as long as he played the victim/racecard.

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  3. StewGreen says:

    Lincoln yesterday the RSPCA lost a prosecution and was firmly condemned by the judge.
    .. The farmer lost 2 years of his life.

    BBC local news didn’t report it yesterday
    will they today ?

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  4. StewGreen says:

    Victimhood hierarchy
    Faisal Alizada – the homophobic driver who shouted ‘gay boy’, spat at a cyclist and was traced by DNA in saliva given in earlier criminal proceedings – is convicted and given two months in jail for his aggravated hate crime

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  5. StewGreen says:

    Times letters ex-BBCws editor Andrew Maywood lays into beeboid Careerists who make grand plans
    .. whilst a few others actually to the proper work.

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  6. pugnazious says:

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    H/T ITBB?
    Wow….too many white people and flying the British nation’s Union Flag is ‘unwelcoming’…..ie racist….hmmm…a Union flag…divisive and racist? A flag that represents a union of countries and peoples? LOL…idiots…

    Hmmm…they come here why? So many seem to hate white people, they hate our culture, our society, our history…so what is it they come here for? Free NHS, free schools, free housing, welfare, law and order, no corruption[at least you’re not handing coppers bundles of pound notes to go anywhere], little violence except in the immigrant areas, lol, and apparently free sex with non-believer young white girls.

    When they try to trash your history and destroy your statues, your art, your literature, your educational curriculum as they ‘decolonise’ it [if we decolonise Britain surely all immigrants would have to go…only here due to colonisation]…is that not the same as what the Nazis did when they burnt the books they didn’t like before moving on to burn the people they didn’t like? You have to hope Nish Kumar might just settle for smashing a shovel in your white face and not go the whole gas chamber thing. And of course the Islamic State, following in Muhammed’s footstep’s, smashed the statues of other people’s gods and trashed their scriptures and cultural artifacts before subjecting the people themselves to horrendous oppression and often death.

    Afua Hirsch not only shares the same initials as Adolf Hitler but very similar racial ideas as she demands racial purity, racial apartheid, black supremacy and black pride. Lammy, if he were in South Africa would probably be singing ‘Kill the Boer’…tell me he would not when you see him in a racist frenzied attack on Brexiteers calling them Nazis.

    Nothing good comes from this ramping up of racial tension by the race industry drama queens…Afua Hirsch makes money and a career out of fuelling racial conflict, Lammy makes political capital out of inflaming tensions…both of them, and all the others on the same bandwagon, need to keep the cauldron bubbling, keeping up the narrative of blacks being oppressed victims, constantly finding offence in order to keep their careers in race-baiting bringing in the cash and capital.

    The BBC of course is always happy to give them a platform to perform their own ironic version of ‘Blackface’….if it was Monty Python it’d be ‘I was born blacker than thou, I was born int grass hut and raised by lions….’

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    • Banania says:

      Is Afua Hirsch’s hair naturally frizzy? In pictures of her it is sometimes frizzy, sometimes absolutely straight and sometimes in between. Was her hair originally straight, and she later frizzed it? Or was it originally frizzy and she straightened it, then regretted what she had done and reverted to frizzy? (Search Afua Hirsch: Images.)

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  7. Lucy Pevensey says:

    YIKES! WE’VE ‘CRASHED OUT’ OF SANDWICHES!!!

       45 likes

    • gb123 says:

      The Four Yorkshiremen sketch or the UK sandwich crisis? I really wonder which one was dreamt up by the Monty Python team.

         18 likes

  8. Guest Who says:

    Often it can be tricky deciding what is ‘not news’ in Britain, vs. clearly holding front page stuff not in Britain, where unique funding comes from.

       12 likes

  9. theleftwilleatitself says:

    One of my mantras in life is that there’s nothing wrong with making a mistake so long as you learn by it. But al beeb has not learnt a single lesson from Dec. 12th’s election result, therefore I now firmly believe that that very definition of ‘madness’, regarding them, may well be true 😱
    ps-you can add the Labour party to that

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  10. taffman says:

    Al Beeb appear to be having a ‘bad hair’ week , what with their job cuts ,
    British independence , and now it looks as if President Trump is about to be acquitted. Its an Al Beeb hat trick !
    It couldn’t be better ?
    Well, its almost as good as watching Taffman’s team beat Italy 42-0.

       33 likes

    • ToobiWan says:

      Trump may be acquitted but the fight goes on, Taff.

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    • Fedup2 says:

      Add to that an article in the FT saying the government will next week launch a consultation on decriminalisation of the TV tax and put in the same box as parking fines .

      Also a new MP – Julian knight – is in charge of the media committee – apparently the BBC and Mr Knight are not ‘ friends ‘.

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      • ToobiWan says:

        If there was ever any doubts as to the depths the BBC have sunk in their hatred of the nation named in their logo, last night’s output, with its weapon’s grade bias, should have removed them from all but their most ardent supporters, the ones only found in the pages of the Guardian.

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  11. StewGreen says:

    Trump will extend entry restrictions to more countries from Feb 22nd
    The media still call it a Travel Ban, but as far as I know, people are allowed in to visit once they have completed extended vetting as the policy is more about restricting people who want to come and live in the USA.

    “Six countries have been added to the list: Nigeria, Sudan, Tanzania, Eritrea, Myanmar, and Kyrgyzstan.
    In addition, “certain nationals” of Sudan and Tanzania will also be suspended from participating in the US visa lottery’

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  12. JimS says:

    I watched Dangerous Earth = Aurora on BBC Four tonight. It could have been quite interesting but I don’t trust the BBC.

    I have never seen an aurora and I don’t know what they look like. Oh I have seen them on TV before, but have I? I have ‘seen’ earth-moving machinery apparently outperforming F1 racing cars, I have ‘seen’ bullets slowly bursting apart water melons. My own experience tells me that these images have been speeded up or slowed down, but what to do if one has no experience to relate the TV picture to?

    Of course the BBC has been faking science for decades, its ‘world class’ nature programmes from BBC Bristol have long been filmed on artificial sets, like the one used by a member of the public to win the Countryfile calendar prize.

    If they can fake nature what else are they faking?

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  13. ToobiWan says:

    Happy Brexit Day signs reported to police.

       18 likes

    • Hereward Wake says:

      Ha ha! I can’t prove it, of course, but I strongly suspect that the concerned citizen “… who does not want to be named … “, and is a resident with plenty of opportunity to do so, printed those notices and put them up, just so he could create a ‘hate crime’ story. It’s an old trick.

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    • Guest Who says:

      Oops, you have found the BBC was, as ever, well ahead of the game. If not journalistically. Sources say.

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  14. taffman says:

    Message to Al Beeb
    Broadcast this bit of breaking patriotic news……………
    “Great Britain is open for trade and business with the rest of the world without Europe !”
    Go on Al Beeb, do your bit for Great Britain .

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  15. pugnazious says:

    Lammy going loopy…

    And here’s the grand wizard, KKK fanboy, white supremacist, extreme hard-right, fascist, Nazi thug that Lammy so rightly and courageously calls out….

    That Boris….What a bastard eh?

       29 likes

    • vlad says:

      Lammy must have done more for the cause of racism than any man alive.

      Well done, sir, we salute your indefatigability.

         38 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      Going? That was his starting point prior to being elected.

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  16. vlad says:

    I expect any day now a Chinese-looking person will complain that someone gave them a funny look or a wide berth in a public place. The BBC will then pounce on this as proof of Sino-phobia, with one of their provocative ‘question headlines’ like “Are we racist towards the Chinese?”.

    Answer: No, just sensibly wary of possible Coronavirus carriers.

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    • Guest Who says:

      So far Sky and ITV have gone mental on a ‘hate poster’ that has currently zero substantiation.

      Can’t wait for the bbc to eventually get offended.

         21 likes

      • taffman says:

        Police are busy searching for bill posters instead of knife men .
        PC world has gone bonkers !

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      The BBC Human Resources department is busy looking for any Chinese employees it might have, who could be persuaded to be ‘ordinary members of the public’ for faux-victim reporting stories. Unfortunately, in the rush to recruit as many black and ‘Asian’ (sic) people as possible, they appear to have overlooked this demographic. Well, if they will insist on working hard and living their own lives quietly, rather than being foot soldiers for self-hating white liberals, what do they expect?

      #BBCDiversityInEverythingExceptOpinion

         18 likes

  17. Dover Sentry says:

    BBC Online News:

    ‘Empathy’ for independent Scotland joining the EU says Tusk

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-51342714

    Could Scotland become a ‘safe space’ for Remainiacs?

    Just ensure that the turnstile at the border only operates in one direction.

    Tusk is obviously ‘stirring the pot’.

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  18. Guest Who says:

    When BBC threads spiral… which, they do, often.

       15 likes

  19. Guest Who says:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20365074

    Gaza conflict: Militant rocket targets Jerusalem

    ***

    Presumably it went Full Skynet? Never go full Skynet.

       7 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      BBC sub news:

      ***
      BBC News

      A 44-year-old Chinese man has died after travelling to the Philippines from the city of Wuhan.

      ***

      So, actually, it was the Philippines wot dun it?

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  20. Guest Who says:

    ITBB

    Charlie1 February 2020 at 18:13
    Quentin Letts tweets :

    Mere hours after big scenes of celebration, barely a month since an election widely seen as a 2nd ref, the BBC website is running a prominent story headlined ‘Have Britons changed their minds on Brexit?’

       34 likes

    • Not Gwent says:

      ‘Have Britons changed their minds on Brexit?’

      Stirring.

      Though is this going to be a perennial like Scottish independence?

      It does appear to be one of State Broadcaster’s core campaigns.

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    • JamesArthur says:

      Guest
      It is interesting to see the vast number of comments saying the same thing. I watched and listened to the BBC Friday and yesterday for the first time in weeks and all I heard was negative comments about Brexit and the voices of the Rejoiners..
      Boris really has to do something about the BBC

         37 likes

      • Fedup2 says:

        James – 2 days after the event on Friday I am still bugged by the fact that both ITV and BBC ended their ‘rejoin specials ‘ at 2315 . Compared to other things they give air time to this is nothing but remainer spite .

        I’m now waiting for a list of traitors who have left the UK , renounced their UK passports , and applied for ReichEU citizenship ,

        Somehow I don’t think there will be one .

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    • Hereward Wake says:

      ‘Have Britons changed their minds on Brexit?’ – Another of their lies disguised as questions.

         22 likes

      • Lefty Wright says:

        Hereward Wake
        Places forefinger on chin. Thinks – Oh dear, have I made a dreadful mistake? Should I change my mind? Tears stream down face, sides ache.Oh deep joy!

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  21. taffman says:

    “Bafta Film Awards: Does current voting system need to change?”
    Does any ordinary working person really care about BAFTA?
    Does any working person care if the Telly Tax is abolished ?
    Over to you for your opinion ………….
    https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/end-the-bbc-licence-fee

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  22. taffman says:

    “If that you will France win, then with Scotland first begin.” (Henry V : Act 1 Scene 2)

    Has Donald Tusk got Shakespeare wrong ?
    Me thinks Ms Sturgeon’s toing and froing to the EU before Brexit is coming to fruition. What say you ‘biased’ posters?

       15 likes

    • ToobiWan says:

      Careful quoting Shakespeare, Taff people have been sacked for less!

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    • Charlie Farley says:

      Taffman
      Just watching last few minutes of Marr ….trying to do a deal with Tusk for Scotland to rejoin EU……..only to be expected from him and the independent ” BBC “

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      • taffman says:

        Now what?
        What has Blair said about Brexit that is causing so much excitement over here in the West ?
        Nowt on Al Beeb.

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      • taffman says:

        ToobiWan
        “I wear it for a memorable honor, For I am Welsh, you know, good countryman.” More from Shakespeare (Act 4 Scene 5 )
        We did our bit at Agincourt and we did our bit for Brexit.
        Will I get sacked from the Royal Shakespeare Company ?

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        • Hereward Wake says:

          I could’ve joined the RSC way back in the seventies. All I had to do was join Vanessa Redgrave’s Worker’s Revolutionary Party (i.e. Trotskyites) and they’d have welcomed me with open arms. Talent? No problem, they’d have had me performing Brecht, which requires no talent whatsoever.

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        • ToobiWan says:

          The Welsh certainly showed them over confident Frenchies wot woz wot, shoulder to shoulder with Lancastrians, same as moi, Taff, even though they were starving and riddled with dysentery. I visited Azincourt (note spelling) a few years ago with a school party and given our reception,I am not sure if they have gotten over that October in 1415. A few, I think, have never forgiven us for kicking Hitlers mob out in ’44-45 either.

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  23. StewGreen says:

    Alastair overtakes Derbyshire
    The reinstate VD petition is at 66K
    The reinstate Alastair petition is at 71K

    … Yesterday’s Times suggested ITV management fear they are too white male so already had a plan to remove him.

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  24. StewGreen says:

    Piers speaks about libmob wokemob getting triggered by mild Farage on Marr.

       45 likes

    • G says:

      SG,
      Is Piers angling to be a candidate to replace Andrew Neil? One wonders about the periodic shift to the right.

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  25. Guest Who says:

    As liked by the new BBC girl in Oz.

    Get the hint, Occker Vogue?

       8 likes

  26. Foscari says:

    The BBC has decided to become the official opposition to
    the Conservative government. So be it. It also looks like
    it has decided to declare” war” on the indigenous population
    of the UK. It wants us to feel guilty because we are white.
    The by word is privilege. In fact more and more the BBC is
    allowing inverted racism to be shown against the indigenous
    population of the UK.

       47 likes

  27. StewGreen says:

    Lee Hurst and JHB

       45 likes

  28. StewGreen says:

    #Beebexit
    \\ We succeeded with #brexit & now it is time for Beebexit.
    Used to see the BBC as one of our great national assets, along with the Queen & bacon sandwiches.
    But no more.
    Its bias is so plain to see.
    Its content so driven by its own post Savile insecurities //

       28 likes

  29. theisland says:

    The EU machine is foundering on the rocks. And the BBC is simply floundering.

       43 likes

  30. Old Goat says:

    Not BBC, but in the same vein.

    I notice that Channel 4 are trailing a “programme” about the Australian bush fires.

    The short trailer headlines that these fires are “unprecedented”, and “caused by climate change” – two outright lies before the programme has even been broadcast.

       49 likes

  31. Dover Sentry says:

    Have we actually left Hotel California? Have we checked out?

    This is what the BBC are hoping for.

       21 likes

  32. Dover Sentry says:

    When Tusk was interviewed by Marrxist this morning, Tusk stated that May had been trying to achieve Brexit without Brexit.

    I know exactly what he means! She needs to be held to account for her delays of over two years.

       40 likes

    • Fedup2 says:

      I’m guessing that no one mentioned that the actual referendum result for Scotland was 1.6 million to remain but a million to leave . The latter don’t get much of a mention when it comes to the Biased BBC

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    • Ian Rushlow says:

      The question of ‘held to account’ is an interesting one. Given the seriousness of the matter, its national importance and the need for ‘closure’ and to heal the wounds, some people are wondering whether we need something akin to the ‘Truth and Reconciliation’ commissions that have been held in countries such as Canada, Chile, Morocco, South Africa and others.

      In the case of Britain, one important thing to ascertain relates to certain high-profile individuals in the political sphere, media, civil service, business and so on. Specifically: was that person sincere and acting on genuinely held convictions? Or, is there reasonable evidence that they were acting for or on behalf of foreign powers, individuals, groups, or other organisations?

      The purpose of such a commission is to discover what happened and help heal the rifts in a society. It is not a witchhunt or show trial, or a mechanism for punishing those with ‘the wrong view’. However, depending on the findings, it may need to be supplemented with criminal trials for those who have done serious wrong, such as committed treason (see Crime and Global Justice: The Dynamics of International Punishment by Daniele Archibugi & Alice Pease, Polity Press, 2018).

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  33. Guest Who says:

    Seems the BBC are creating a new lack of reality show with Adrian, Jo, Lewis, YAB, Champion Ash, Paul and Sweeney!

    https://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2020/02/margaret-thatchers-brexit.html

    Tentatively called ‘I’m A BBC Alumni, Don’t Fire Me!’

    (No one has told John* yet).

    *Worry not, Hannah has been made Head of CBBC scripts.

       12 likes

  34. Guest Who says:

    In BBC Editorial terms this is ‘views are split’.

    https://twitter.com/econominative/status/1223685904012804101?s=20

    Apparently.

       11 likes

    • scribblingscribe says:

      None of these polls are offering the BBC folk any comfort.

      Perhaps they need to ramp up the propaganda on how evil and stupid white people are. Oh, they have!

         17 likes

  35. StewGreen says:

    Today’s Farage show on Youtube

    Now MaajidNawaz 1-3pm
    1) ex-European Council President Tusk says Brussels feels “empathy” for an independent Scotland joining the EU. Do you have empathy for Scots Nats?
    2) Muslim father faces prosecution for refusing to send his son to LGBT lessons. Is he right to resist?

       8 likes

  36. Guest Who says:

    OT, but a thread BBC Politics, Europe and Environmental Editors might care to follow. If they have the time.

       14 likes

    • popeye says:

      Jim’s response seems to be saying that as we have now left we can no longer influence Germany. Obviously a Remainer. I would point out that Germany were doing these things while we were IN the Eu thereby demonstrating how little influence we, in reality, had. Cognitive dissonance from a Remainer and Greenie lol

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  37. Dystopian says:

    And so the anti British BBC continue with their propaganda campaign on behalf of the enemy. Be in no doubt these people are not our friends.

    Tusk: “Sometimes I feel very Scottish, especially after Brexit.”

    Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab warned the comments could encourage “separatist tendencies” in the EU.
    They were “rather un-European and rather irresponsible,” he added.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-51342714

       19 likes

  38. Peter Grimes says:

    On Mark Lardell’s Sunday version of TWATo they had an actor speaking part of BoJo’s valedictory speech to the nation, the one Al Beeb refused to broadcast.

    I reckon BoJo’s continuing strong stance about not encouraging our national treasure is paying off.

    Insh’Allah!

       21 likes

  39. Fedup2 says:

    World at one is to be renamed ‘rejoin at one ‘ as fatty Mardell rolls on a series of people who have made a living out of the ReichEU. Off switch . Just awful .

    And the idea that the BBC would read the words of a British Prime Minster rather than play his recorded words really is asking for it as far as the BBC is concerned .

    It’s like treating him a terrorist mouthpiece such as The pleasingly dead McGunness or Gerry Adams . One for OFCOM perhaps ?

       24 likes

  40. ToobiWan says:

    Tax Payers Alliance on about the telly tax and HS2.

       8 likes

  41. taffman says:

    “Leo Varadkar warns Irish instability could impact EU trade deal”
    Something is worrying Varadkar, something about February 8th ?
    I don’t think the bookies are looking at him as being the next PM?

       20 likes

  42. StewGreen says:

    #Thick was the hashtag that Wokemob used on the 31st against Brexiteers
    .. Yet that same middleclass wokemob claim to to have massive empathy with foodbank users.
    To me that is a strange paradox
    cos having come home with £20 worth of food again last night for £2 cos it’s sell-by day
    and having come home on Wednesday with a 1.6Kg chicken for 75p , after picking up a perfectly good cock-pheasant on the road
    and having bought turkeys after Xmas for 10p/pound
    .. it does seem to me that a good portion of foodbank users seem to be thick
    cos they lack basic shopping skills and do spend money on scratchcards alcohol and huge dogs etc.

    I personally wouldn’t DISMISS anyone as thick .. people can have all kinds of good qualities

       18 likes

  43. Guest Who says:

    The national broadcaster of the UK:

    http://isthebbcbiased.blogspot.com/2020/02/here-are-pms-words-spoken-by-member-of.html

    ‘For reasons we don’t need to go into here’.

       11 likes

  44. Fedup2 says:

    Taffman
    I think such an offensive political EU mouthpiece would be best replaced by the Irish electorate but there is a sizeable number of non Irish EU citizens in Eire who May well have Irish passports and voting rights by now …

    The emergency loan (24 billion ) made to Ireland during the financial crisis didn’t get much by way of thanks . Fishing rights will also be something the Republic will expect favouritism …

       13 likes

  45. taffman says:

    Breaking
    “Streatham: Man killed in busy high street attack”, Knives or guns?

    Many years ago the people of London considered Wales as being ‘The Wild West’.
    2020, and the people of Wales consider London as ‘The Wild West’.
    Thanks a bunch Al Beeb.

       14 likes

    • Roland Deschain says:

      When in a hole, keep digging.

         14 likes

      • Guest Who says:

        Not, as such, helping his case or that of the BBC in their remit.

        Educating and informing kids inaccurately in a manner designed to wind them up seems an odd thing to be forced by the government to uniquely fund.

           10 likes

        • Roland Deschain says:

          But entirely consistent with the support given to Greta and her foretelling of pestilence and woe.

             10 likes

      • pugnazious says:

        Trouble is those 8 year olds aren’t in the Hitler Youth or Young Communists who might have appreciated his unique take on British history….along with the Isamic State Young Jihadists wing no doubt.

           5 likes

    • pugnazious says:

      LOL…’lunatic’ tweet has been disappeared…guess he got answers he didn’t like.

         2 likes

  46. Guest Who says:

    For now I channel my inner Katty:

    BBC News
    4 mins ·
    A man has been shot by police after a number of people are believed to have been stabbed in a “terror-related” incident in Streatham, south London.

    BBC.COM
    Man shot by police after stabbings in London

    Doubtless much will unravel in due course, or not, along with another Sadiq video.

       10 likes

    • Guest Who says:

      The link, which has many ‘quotes’.

      https://bbc.in/2RPFIeC?

         1 likes

      • Dystopian says:

        Anyone else noticing a change in tact with the way the Streatham terrorist incident is actually being reported as such? Also noted that the presenter on the live BBC news channel seemingly supporting the police in their decision to shoot the suspect and even explaining that this was understandable due to the fact that the suspect had something strapped to his body and that the police wouldn’t have known whether it could have detonated when disabling the perpetrator.
        I think they know their time is up. Too little too late me thinks.

        However, I did note that they didn’t want to show us any pictures of the dead terrorist because they were “distressing and upsetting in nature”
        Distressing and upsetting to woke leftists I suppose who would be upset for the poor dead terrorist?
        Personally, I don’t think there is anything distressing or upsetting about a DEAD terrorist.

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    • Tabs says:

      BBC News anchorman is looking very uneasy and squirming when witnesses are calling in with their reports mentioning the word ‘terrorist’. At about 15:15 BBC were using the word “terrorist” with ease but by 15:40 it is now known as a “South London attack”. The editor must have been out of the building but normality has been restored.

      It will take hours for the BBC to establish the facts so for those who cannot wait, here is the dead terroristlone wolf mentally ill British National aspiring rapper/doctor.
      https://twitter.com/AIM_Bandito/status/1223993240816377857/photo/1

         9 likes

      • scribblingscribe says:

        Terrorist? the BBC know it is a man with mental health issues from Norway, who has only acted this way because of evil, white English racists. Sorry, should have added the word ‘growing’, because of the the growing threat of white English racists.

           16 likes

    • Roland Deschain says:

      Are Ladbrokes taking odds on a declaration of mental illness?

         9 likes

  47. StewGreen says:

    Photo of Brexit celebrations.
    ..yep only 23 people there

    PS Since BEN is shrouded in white cloth , why didn’t they simply use a laser projector to put up and image of a huge clockface ?
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  48. Cane Corso says:

    Rejoin, Rejoin, Emmanuel
    Shall come to thee, O Israel.

    I hope I got the right Oxford commas in there.

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    • taffman says:

      Cane Corso
      “Give the dog a bone”. 😀

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      • Fedup2 says:

        The Grown Up snowflakes in BBC news might have gone on strike after the (hopefully ) mass job cuts as they are still giving coverage to the Norwegian terrorist attack around 2pm Sunday .
        Normally by now this minor- one off – rare – isolated – ‘incident’ involving a Norwegian with mental issues would be down in the local traffic news and we’d all be in it together .

        The local MP will be interesting if she pops up because she is a true Corbyn disciple so will need to condemn something …..

        The twitter footage suggests this ‘victim’ was wearing a vest – not a string one …..

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