Weekend Thread 4 July 2020

As a little injection of normality takes place – let’s see the angle the BBC take . supportive ? Critical ? Judging by the way it has been undermining the national effort for four months – based on the anti brexit Project Fear Model -the BBC will seek out the worst of things -as decent people try to get on with their lives .

Bookmark the permalink.

265 Responses to Weekend Thread 4 July 2020

  1. StewGreen says:

    @FedUp2 we are in the wrong game
    In that Triggernometry video basically all they do is sit and read out PAID viewer comments for £5, £10 even £100 each time
    That’s wrong the highest payer shouldn’t get the biggest voice.


  2. JimS says:

    My sister said that if David Starkey had said ‘effing’ Africans no-one in the media would have noticed.


  3. vlad says:

    Antifa and BLM have achieved a clever bit of propaganda, just in their names.

    Of course everyone is against fascism and agrees that black lives matter. So when a mic is shoved in someone’s face and they’re asked ‘do you support BLM?’, they’re almost forced to say yes, even though most sane moderate people don’t support the aims of the far-left, extremist, anti-white, anti-capitalist terrorist organisation.

    (Whose coffers are now awash with funds which will be used to support the Dems and to continue their nefarious activities worldwide.)


  4. Foscari says:

    On and on. Day after day the BBC bait the race issue. When
    the BBC is defunded . I will stand outside my door every
    Thursday night and clap my hands and bang two pots
    together !


    • Foscari says:

      Foscari-It’s not always about baiting. Just look at the three pictures
      across the front page of the internet site. These ethnic folk
      are not baiting. So get your facts right the internet pages may day
      after day after day after day show the leading picture of some
      ethnic folk doing what comes naturally . BUT most of the time
      it’s not about baiting. Only around 35% of the time. So there.


  5. StewGreen says:

    David woods @Acts17 Paler account parle
    video about breaking tech monopolies


  6. StewGreen says:

    Andrew Lawrence Jun 28 : Marxist priest


    • Oaknash says:

      Thanks Stew – I , brilliant. I have just viewed this and started my day with a good chuckle!


  7. StewGreen says:

    Outsiders vid
    ‘MSM news is a soap opera for pushing lefty narratives
    and Twitter is a lb tool for testing out those lefty narratives you are constructing’


  8. Sluff says:

    You can always rely on the BBC.
    A couple got married at 0001 under the newly relaxed rules.
    Wearing her dress, the bride looks lovely and, dare I say it, rather buxom.
    And with short hair and a black shirt, the groom is very smart too.
    Both, needless to say, this being the BBC, are female.

    What are the chances of that?
    Well actually we know the answer. According to ONS marriage statistics, it is about 1 in 65.

    But this being the BBC, it’s……errr…….rather higher.


    • Dave S says:

      You are wrong there . The BBC knows that only 1 in 65 are between a man and a woman. Like the white population is only 5% and the average daily temp is 75 F . Get with the truth .


    • Fedup2 says:

      Being old fashioned – i can never accept that people of the same sex can marry each other – civil or uncivil partnerships- yep – but marriage ? No . Its a sacrement but one of a failed tory PMs ‘great achievements ‘ apparently …i wonder if any one read his book ?


      • Up2snuff says:

        Fed, it is a defiance of science, as any good scientist, engineer – or cabinet maker, come to that – will tell you.

        Yet, on the other hand, when it comes to Global Warming and Climate Change, the BBC want to tell us how important science and engineering are.

        BBC = hypocrites.


    • Nodding Dog says:

      Sluff.It was the same at the start of the lockdown.They interviewed a couple on TV who’s wedding had to be cancelled yep two woman!.

      Was listening to the radio yesterday whilst driving around.They were talking of holidaymakers going back to Spain and the bars opening there.They interviewed a bar owner I think it was from Benidorm they introduced him as owner of which ever pub and also organizer of Benidorm Pride…again what were the chances!


  9. Sluff says:

    Not BBC but firmly in their universe.
    On the back page of our local newspaper is a full page ‘advert’ entitled ‘Clap for the NHS’.
    On The 72nd birthday of the NHS at 5 pm on July 5 th.

    Also on the page are the words ‘KeyWorkers Poster #9’ and also #clapforkeyworkers and #ThereWithYou

    Who is funding this?
    Anyone know?


    • BRISSLES says:

      I’m 72 this year too. How about applauding me and the rest of my generation who have kept the NHS afloat with our taxes, and keeping it in work 😉


      • Up2snuff says:

        🙂 🙂 🙂

        Well done, Ma-am.


      • john in cheshire says:

        So it’s taken the NHS 72 years to degenerate into a corrupt death cult.

        Is it a coincidence that on its death, the USSR was 72? That must mean something in the occult world, or gematria or some other God hating ideology.


  10. tapwatertory says:

    I only went on to webshite to find out if I was racist and far right and to check the score of my favourite women’s football team.

    Chris Mason has a haircut!
    Live on air, they even managed to find a black barber.

    If I find out this was done on expenses, I mean it bbc, I’ll never watch something you broadcast ever again.

    That’ll show ’em.


  11. StewGreen says:

    TalkRadio : Quit the Faux Impartiality BBC, rename as the the Faux Social-Justice-TV
    ..call things what they are


  12. StewGreen says:

    New : Laurence Fox: ‘Social justice warriors want to tear everything down’


  13. StewGreen says:

    More Youtube vids from the #DefundTheBBC hashtag by date order


  14. Richard Pinder says:


    BBC, Climate Change & Censorship: An Interview With Benny Peiser

    Peiser says “the BBC is so biased that MPs are beginning to consider cutting the license fee, or abolishing the license fee altogether, because people are beginning to be upset by the BBC’s bias. This is a self-defeating policy; the BBC is digging its own grave by annoying half of the population who are known to be sceptical about the alarmist claims which are not substantiated, which are not founded on any evidence. They are only based on some kinds of computer modelling, which is not scientific evidence”

    We’re Facing A Tsunami Of Censorship

    The most important scientific fact censored by the BBC is that scientists now have a formula to calibrate carbon dioxide warming on any Planetary Atmosphere. So we can calibrate man made warming on Earth using a formula obtained from the observation of all known Planetary Atmospheres and which works for Nitrogen, Methane, Hydrogen and Carbon Dioxide Atmospheres and all Atmospheric pressures.

    The Earths Grey body temperature is 154 Kelvin, and the Earths average surface temperature is 287 Kelvin. So we have 133 Kelvin for the Greenhouse effect. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide is 400 parts per million or one part per 2,500. So 133 divided by 2,500 equals 0.0532 Kelvin for Carbon Dioxide warming. But isotopic evidence shows that only a maximum of four percent of CO2 in the Atmosphere could be man-made, so therefore in two hundred years, man-made CO2 has contributed 0.002128 Kelvin to Global Warming. However the oldest evidence shows three percent of 300 parts per million was volcanic CO2. So man-made CO2 has contributed only 0.000931 Kelvin or “One Thousandth of a Degree Kelvin”.

    The problem censored by the BBC has been at the very core of the dogmatic Arrhenius hypothesis. This “Hoax” has a 100 parts per million increase in man made carbon dioxide since the Industrial Revolution, producing a one degree Kelvin increase in global surface temperature. The isotopic evidence obtained by Astronomers analysing the Earths Atmosphere showing that only 16 parts per million of the CO2 in the Atmosphere could be from man made emissions, being the most significant fact censored by the BBC.

    As for the real cause of Global Warming. Changes to the Earth’s Cloud Albedo. Nir Shaviv is one of the scientists who produce evidence for Cloud Albedo changes. Forbes Censored Interview With Prof Nir Shaviv https://www.thegwpf.com/prof-nir-shaviv-forbes-censored-an-interview-with-me/

    The facts obtained for the real cause of Climate Change are: The unadjusted 0.76 Kelvin increase was caused by the fact that between 1913 and 1996, only one of eight Solar Cycles was longer than the mean Solar Cycle length of 11.04 years, the last of these was the shortest Solar Cycle for more than 200 years, the strength of the Suns magnetic field more than doubled, the cosmic ray flux fell by 11 percent and there was a 8.6 percent reduction in clouds.

    So Climate Change was caused by a 8.6 percent reduction in Cloud Albedo, followed by a Pause/Hiatus/Peak.


  15. Fedup2 says:

    The BBC looks for its first post lockdown scalp . It is Mr Nigel Farage – courtesy to Mr Edward Davey – The acting leader of a small political party called ‘the liberals “. Mr Davey has told the BBC that he has reported Mr Farage to the police for having a pint of beer today – and perhaps breaching the quarantine rule for people returning from the USA . Mr Farage was apparently in the US 2weeks ago with President Trump .

    Kent Police , no doubt , will eagerly investigate Mr Davey s complaint .

    The BBC gives this story prominence on its main website . Let’s see what happens to it ?


    • StewGreen says:


      • StewGreen says:

        A tweet to Davy
        \\ I am delighted that you have so much concern for the community in Kent Ed, warms my heart.
        Will you be writing to the police about the other regular arrivals in Kent who flout all laws including quarantine?
        Please post a copy here to further signal your concern //


      • Up2snuff says:

        Fed, “The BBC gives this story prominence on its main website . Let’s see what happens to it ?”

        I suspect it will remain there for about a week – at least a multiple of days more than they kept the NASCAR Noose Truth on their web-site.

        Stew, good post. Was it you who tweeted ‘Liberal’ leadership contender Ed Davey? If so, Gold Medal tweeting there. Well done.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Edward Davey is the MP for Surbiton and Kingston – and it seems that his second home is in Shaftsbury Dorset . So its even more civic minded of him to report another citizen to the police .

          He must be desperate for the top job in the Liberal Party ..,,


        • StewGreen says:

          @Up2snuff no I not that vain that I put my own words in quotes.

          Kent_police hadn’t replied to Davy last I looked.


    • Jeff says:

      Just what sort of petty minded, spiteful, creepy little turd would report a bloke for having a beer?
      FFS It’s bloody embarrassing having creatures like this in Parliament.
      Can you imagine the sort of snidey kid he’d have been at school?
      “Please miss, Jeff hasn’t done his homework…”
      There’d be a waiting list as long as your arm to shove his head down the bog!

      If there’s one thing I really loathe, it’s a grass.
      And when he’s also acting leader of the (so called) Liberal Party, it’s all the easier to despise him.


  16. StewGreen says:

    The Angry Bootneck on YouTube is pretty good and has a series
    : The Shite You See… On the BBC
    ep 22


  17. Guest Who says:

    Not going to bother with story, but here’s a comment sample:

    “She is not going to prison. The whole video is not shown here. Great way to bait people, BBC“

    It’s all they have left.


  18. vlad says:

    The BBC and most of the msm will of course sneer at Trump’s 4th of July speech at Mount Rushmore, and will heavily edit it in any reporting.

    But it was a magisterial speech, well worth reading or viewing in its entirety. (Links below)

    The President gave a history lesson to all the morons destroying statues and monuments.

    He also showed that he (and his entourage and speech writers) understands what is behind the current wave of savage anarchy, and what is at stake.

    “In our schools, our newsrooms, even our corporate boardrooms, there is a new far-left fascism that demands absolute allegiance. If you do not speak its language, perform its rituals, recite its mantras, and follow its commandments, then you will be censored, banished, blacklisted, persecuted, and punished. It’s not going to happen to us…

    Make no mistake. This left-wing cultural revolution is designed to overthrow the American Revolution. In so doing they would destroy the very civilization that rescued billions from poverty, disease, violence, and hunger, and that lifted humanity to new heights of achievement, discovery, and progress. To make this possible, they are determined to tear down every statue, symbol, and memory of our national heritage…”

    My favourite line: “We only kneel to Almighty God.”

    Amen Mr President, amen.



    • Dave S says:

      A fine speech indeed. He did not make it for the media but for the ordinary Americans in the flyover states. They badly need some positive words. Some of the phrases reminded me of the way Tucker Carlson talks. None the worse for that by any means.


  19. Up2snuff says:

    On 2nd July, HMG added nearly 2,000 (yes, two thousand!) new Covid infections to the Kent count. The BBC described it thus: “On 2 July, data on tests in the community were added to the number of cases for English local authorities causing the numbers to jump sharply.”

    Since then, the daily figure has been – of course – higher. The dream of less than a handful of new cases has become more distant. At least the figures could be said to be more accurate. However, it wrecks any consistent trend watching.

    Rule No.1: be consistent in your reporting, especially of statistics.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I think the Government Rule 1 was to present unreliable data and then change procedures and definitions in order to ensure no one outside has a clue —-
      Which is pretty shameful due to the demands being made on the public …


    • StewGreen says:

      @Up2snuff yes strange that in the update Kent went up
      cos the national total went down by 30K
      due to the way some people had done both a pillar1 and pillar 2 test so had previously been counted twice.

      There was a note on the bottom of the DHSCE daily totals slide


  20. Hypnos says:

    Saw all this furore in the media and our streets recently over BLM and for once I thought I was onside with white upper middle England and the media.

    After all we as a family have always positively discriminated in favour of taking on black male dogs as for some strange reason they find it hardest to find a home.

    My research prove to once again differ from the salivating BBC et all over the state of black lives in the wider community. It demonstrably shows white male boys from deprived and poorer backgrounds coming pretty much last on all the metrics… Sadly it appears they carry little cache from our media and politicians but perhaps as they busily round up and ruin anybody who has the temerity to say ‘white lives matter’ I should not be surprised.I hope and trust the anger at this is deep and widespread in our community.

    As a footnote, again it might be one for our quality journalists, apparently according to the BBC they are full of them, to investigate and explain – how come in my area 98% of those living on the streets are white and male made up with significant numbers from the forces and those recently out of prison?

    Lots to get your teeth in there BBC/ Sky but I shall not hold my breath.


  21. StewGreen says:

    June 18 video @TonyParsonsUK
    it’s not just the #BBC that are biased, it’s ALL our institutions that are biased, and all of them are now firmly to the left. Only the Army remains, thankfully. #DefundTheBBC


  22. ScottishCalvin says:

    Ghislaine is remarkably similar to her father Robert: they both went a little overboard.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Scottish – i suppose ms maxwell is on suicide watch – in order to make sure it happens ….


      • ScottishCalvin says:

        If you see pictures of guard-dogs you can probably bet they’re seeing-eye dogs for the guards on duty. #inclusivity #maxwelldidntkillherself


  23. G.W.F. says:

    If I were a writer producing a film script for the Epstein/Maxwell story this is how I would tell it.

    Epstein is in prison sitting on a lot of dirt about some important people, who would like to see him disappear. At this time Maxwell is nowhere in sight.

    Epstein does a deal. I will keep quiet but find a bum who has recently died and plant his body in my cell, and manufacture a story which leads to suspicions that I was murdered whilst the authorities claim it was suicide. Off I go with some facial surgery and a large bag of money to a new life.

    But I want my girl friend who is hiding in France avoiding awkward questions. Eventually, for no sound reason, she buys a house in New Hampshire and is arrested, leading to speculation that either she will be suicided or will do a deal. Alas, Maxwell succumbs to corona virus, and within a couple of dramatic weeks where everything is done to save her live eventually dies, or rather a bum is found to replace her and off she goes to live in peace
    with lover boy.

    All of those ghastly big shots breathe a sigh of relief and the entire story dies.

    I offer the story to the BBC who agree to produce the drama on condition that a black transvestite has a major part and that suspicion of wrongdoing is directed
    at President Trump.


    • Hypnos says:


      Yes I’ll bet those security cameras are already intermittently flickering and showing signs of playing up. And those prison guards do like to be snoozing at the right moment. Love the idea that this time its covid 19 wot done it.

      Strangely I recall the Paris tunnel cameras also failed at a time of maximum embarrassment to the great and good.


  24. StewGreen says:

    Jay Beecher tweets


  25. StewGreen says:

    That Times Radio that’s media diversity isn’t it ? NOT
    Jul 1
    What a treat! Two former women Prime Minidters,
    Julia Gillard ex Aussie Labor MP
    and Helle Thorning-Schmidt : Labour MP Stephen Kinnock’s wife
    on @timesradio with @MattChorley



  26. BRISSLES says:

    We appear to be in Sodom & Gomorrah land outside pubs in London (well, those that are appearing in the news), half naked women being sprayed with booze, blokes acting, well, like blokes do when they’re pissed, all hanging on to one another.

    In the next news segment we’re shown campsite facilities, and other establishments desperately doing their best to keep to the rules of distancing as necessary and wearing protective gear to keep everyone safe. But what’s the bloody point? when you have most of the public not giving a monkeys ? Its utterly farcical. All the big build up and headlines of ‘being free’, Jeeezus its been 16 weeks, not sodding 16 years, yet to hear some of the morons being interviewed they talk of being at home like being in prison.

    At least they’re alive to tell the tale, but give it time, because they might not be in a few weeks time. In the meantime I shall not be giving up my mask anytime soon, and will be rigidly avoiding other persons for a long time to come yet.


    • Jeff says:

      Well, good for you. Keep your mask on if it makes you feel any safer.
      I’m not wearing one of these hideous face panties for anybody. Nor am I going to don a tinfoil hat or hop about on one leg.

      It really worries me how compliant and complacent we’ve become. So many of us are behaving as though this relatively mild Covid is a cross between Spanish flu and the Bubonic plague. And we’re being encouraged to do so. It’s not. And the freedoms we as a nation have given up are enormous.

      Being told where to stand, where to walk, who I can meet with. We should have risen in one voice and told them to go fxxx themselves.
      We should have continued as we initially started; being cautious, sensible, but not hysterical. Like Sweden. They were warned their mortality toll would be in excess of 90,000 by July…and what is it, just north of 5,000.

      Some of the scenes we’re witnessing ( and of course they’ll show us the most outrageous) after sixteen weeks of government imposed imprisonment are only natural. Yes, they’re a bit rowdy. Undoubtedly some of them are a tad boisterous, but…

      The other week the same condemnatory media were full of praise for the brave “protesters of BLM as they mobbed the police and attacked our monuments.
      No fear of Covid then…


      • Gilead says:

        Yea, I’m with you. I’m not wearing a face nappy either. The media has really done a number on some people and turned them into snivelling little coronaphobes, terrified of a virus that is mild for the majority.


        • BRISSLES says:

          That’s the thing, Gilead, ‘mild for the majority’ – Well, being high risk with a rubbish immune system, I’m not taking any chances of being sprayed with bodily fluids from someone sneezing or coughing who believes we’re all ok, and for the sake of not ‘wearing a nappy’ end up in intensive care. You don’t put your hand in a fire and hope you don’t get burned.


          • AsISeeIt says:

            ‘I’m not taking any chances’

            That’s as it should be. I have a father who can be termed vulnerable & I have declined to visit him for 3 months now.

            The point is that we have lived with the risk of various infections for decades and this present hysteria has clearly gone too far but too many people fear to cry foul.


            • Sluff says:

              The main reason for wearing masks is not for the benefit of the wearer but for those around him/her. If you can maintain a 2m gap outside then the value of a mask is minimal.

              The factor which won’t go away is asymptomatic transmission. That is when you have the virus but don’t realise it, because you have no symptoms. But you can still pass it on to someone else who becomes badly affected, or passes it on to a vulnerable person. Hence you should wear a mask if you cannot maintain 2m, but mainly for the benefit of others, not yourself.
              And wash hands to prevent touch transmission.

              It’s all a bit of a ball-ache admittedly but the alternatives are continued hard lockdown or to to kill more people than necessary.


          • Roland Deschain says:

            Brissels, maybe this will put your mind at rest to some extent.

            To meet 4 people who had the virus you’d need to meet 10,000. If you consider that’s a great enough risk for you to wear a mask, I entirely respect your decision, particularly if you feel vulnerable to the disease.

            But I’m sorry, the rest of us cannot go on indefinitely with the economy partially shut down and with everyday tasks such as food shopping reduced to an absolute palaver. The damage being done is incalculable.

            On a personal note, I am now several months behind on scheduled bowel screening and prostate tests. My brother died from prostate cancer five years ago. How many more people will die from missed cancers because the NHS has ceased vast amounts of its other work lest it be overwhelmed? That may have been temporarily justifiable three months ago but it has not been anywhere near that state for some time now.

            We all need to make our own decisions as to how vulnerable we feel, whether to Covid, flu or any other infectious disease and act accordingly. But we cannot expect everyone else to put their lives on indefinite hold.


            • AsISeeIt says:

              Mr Deschain, you hit several nails on their heads there.
              For me, personally and as a matter of public policy, the mask is an outward badge of fear, of distrust and of passive aggression. I’m sorry but I repeat my previous comment – we have lived with infections for decades. Medical masks are for medics. Take sensible hygiene precautions. Don’t cough in my face & I won’t spit in your eye. I had to smile when I saw new regulations about restaurant staff washing their hands – what on earth were they doing previously?


              • AsISeeIt says:

                I can’t 100% vouch for this but I heard that the reason – pre-covid – that one already saw many young chinese student types wearing masks on the streets of London was that it was mainly a cultural thing. They were anxious to show others that they were not the sort of older generation peasant country dwellers happy to hock a loogie in public and dramatically spit it whenever the urge took them.


          • Gilead says:

            Yea my post did sound a little harsh, sorry. It was early, the kids were in my face from 6, and I was already getting angry from seeing stories of people being chastised for the heinous crime of…..going for a pint! Without standing correctly, etc. I understand people feel the need to take precautions, I just get annoyed with the hysterical screeching if a person doesn’t want to follow these arbitrary rules. Each to their own it should be.


  27. StewGreen says:

    An “open letter by members of the linguistics community calling for the removal of Dr. Steven Pinker from both [the LSA’s] list of distinguished academic fellows and our list of media experts.”
    .. the list contains clearly fake signatures
    via Toby Young


  28. StewGreen says:

    Oh Tez is another BBC perv, but he’s not cancelled straight away


  29. StewGreen says:

    Maajid Nawaz pointing out
    that yet again a Labour official replies to him with a racist insult (coconut) rather than logic here


  30. StewGreen says:

    Jay also has an important petition


    • Roland Deschain says:

      I tend to take the view that these petitions change nothing. The best you can hope for is some weasel words from politicians who will then carry on doing exactly what they intended to do in the first place.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Stew / Roland
        I wonder if / how many petitions have ever directly or indirectly changed anything ?

        I think it is just a box ticket to show that politicians are ‘involving the public ‘ – when in real life they just prioritise what they choose.

        The other thing that stinks with the responses to petitions is the ‘letter’ explaining why nothing is going to be done . It is usually pure civil service speak – drafted and redrafted to justify no change .

        Meanwhile the punters feel like mugs – and those like me laugh when some snowflake – usually a liberal – starts going on about ‘getting the public Involved ‘.


  31. StewGreen says:

    London : Blacks destroy black statue in tribal dispute
    Is BBC reporting it ?


  32. Hypnos says:

    Seeing Sir Ed Davey attempt to ‘fit up’ Nigel Farage today made me think what a pitiful state our politics are in.

    He is the prospective leader of a major ( well you know what I mean) party yet has time to ‘tell teacher’. The BBC of course went with this story as headline news and no-one sought out the facts first.

    Nigel Farage is far to canny an operator to be caught out so easily and I am sure his beer tasted so much sweeter as Ed made a mug of himself and helped further damage the image of his party. Does our Ed look fit to be a leader based on such decision making?

    The conundrum is the idiot is a Knight of the Realm and the guy who actually creates on the political landscape is not.

    Whilst on idiots I hope another idiot/ Knight of the Realm Sir Kier lives to rue the day he blended the knee – he’s a top barrister ( I think I am suppose to put allegedly here but anyway it seem appropriate) where’s the brief and research?
    Zilch. Don’t give me BLM ‘hijacked’ that’s only for the gullible.

    Why having just got over the May/ Corbyn game of competing to be the most useless leader going is the bar not rising?

    Thinking about it I may have just answered my own question as I recall a spin on Gordon Brown being told we would look back at him as our golden chancellor.

    Times don’t really change do they?


  33. BRISSLES says:

    Stories of exploitation of fashion manufacturing factory workers in Leicester, and earning half the minimum wage. Imagine if they were white factory owners, there’d by a lot of gnashing teeth and lefty protesters on the streets, but not a peep because they are Indian/Pakistani owners, funny that.


    • G says:

      A classic example of the multi-tier system of justice we now have, compliments of the Government, police and courts.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Once upon a time there might have been an ‘in depth ‘ investigation into what has been happening in Leicester .

      However – it smacks of the Pakistani paedophile gangs being left by any one with power – to get on with their evil . This time – is it a case of Third World factories with Third World workers – many being non English speakers and /or illegals ?

      I don’t think we ll ever find out …. same with the complexion of those who are covid victims in Leicester – but betcha the Taxpayers begging Bowl will be out for ‘community support ‘- in fact might as well use the overseas aid budget …


      • BRISSLES says:

        One reason put forward by a Muslim Community Leader in today’s MoS, is the lack of English spoken by much of the Asian community in Leicester, and unbelievably they have a fatalistic approach to death – when their time is up its up, and many didn’t know about ‘lockdown’. This doesn’t surprise me, as many Asians don’t watch British news or tv, preferring their own Asian channels instead.


  34. Darcy3 says:

    AT LAST! Priti Patel to overhaul Tony Blair’s ‘soft’ UK asylum laws

    According to a source close to Ms Patel she is “fed up with lefty activist lawyers” using public money to bring “relentless” challenges to attempts to deport foreign nationals, usually criminals, who have no right to be in the country.

    The source noted: “The Home Secretary is clear that she does not want murderers, drug pushers or grooming gang members who have no right to be here to remain in this country.”

    Around 14,000 asylum claims a year are rejected by the courts but only a third of these claimants are then deported, the rest stay.

    The problem came to a head in February when a last minute court ruling prevented the deportation of 25 out of 50 people, including a killer, two rapists and seven violent criminals, back to the Carribean.

    More recently a group of Afghans awaiting a decision on their claims were given permission to sue the government over the conditions they are being held in.


  35. taffman says:

    “Trump vows to defeat ‘radical left’ in 4 July speech”
    He loves his country and it’s heritage he is patriotic. Al Beeb hates that .


    • Doublethinker says:

      I was very optimistic at the start of the year that the President would get his second term and that the swamp would at least be drained. I thought that the Durham investigation would result in indictments in the spring and trials throughout the campaigning season all of which would boost the President. And of course the US economy would be his strongest suit providing jobs for all Americans of all colours.
      Since then we have heard virtually nothing from Durham and its now too late to get any convictions before the election. Deep state still calls the shots I think. The pandemic has badly damaged the economy and many of those out of work will , unfairly, blame the President. Black Lives Matter has caused chaos which ought to be driving voters to back the President but this doesn’t seem to be the case.
      What should have been a resounding win may turn into a defeat and the deep state will have resisted the most powerful attack on it ever. We can be certain that they will never allow another Donald Trump to take them on, ever.
      We can only hope that despite the odds President Trump does win otherwise the Wokists will get stronger and as someone posted a few weeks ago it will impact the UK and we will probably be forced back inside the EU.


      • Old Goat says:

        You worry too much. Trumpy will not only enjoy a landslide, but he’ll also take back the house.


        • Doublethinker says:

          Everything crossable is crossed. I hope you are right and that I am completely wrong.


        • Roland Deschain says:

          I wish I shared your optimism, OG. In particular, I think there will be systematic and widespread postal vote fraud unless Trump is able to put a stop to it.


  36. taffman says:

    Nigel is winding up Al Beeb and the press. How they hate the man that freed Great Britain.


  37. taffman says:

    ‘Some say’ that Boris has scrapped 5G . Any news in about that ? Come on Al Beeb.


  38. Darcy3 says:

    Lazy workshy [email protected] or leftist anti Boris agitators, one way or the other also greedy bstards

    EXPOSED: The state school teachers who are moonlighting as tutors charging £95 an hour over Zoom – while their pupils are stuck at home missing out on education

    Hundreds of teachers are offering tutorials for up to £95 an hour on Zoom
    Some boasted of their availability during school hours to an undercover reporter
    Four in ten pupils have had little or no contact with teachers during lockdown


    “Omar” Pavan” and “Irini” H mmmmmm


    • Darcy3 says:

      there was no lack of eagerness from prospective tutors when The Mail on Sunday registered with the website Tutor Hunt.

      Within minutes of signing up, a reporter was bombarded with messages from maths and English teachers.

      Most said they could only work outside school hours, but others appeared happy to break the rules.

      Omar, a ‘full-time mathematics teacher’ who boasts of being available all day for £95-an-hour lessons, was adamant that moonlighting would not clash with commitments at a secondary school.

      ‘At the moment I am working from home due to Covid-19, hence the all day [availability],’ he said.

      Omar did not respond to a request for comment once we revealed out investigation


      • Darcy3 says:

        Pavan, a maths teacher at a Birmingham secondary school, was also adamant that her £35 hour-long tutorials would not hamper his main job.

        ‘Yes I’m able to do school hours depending on time and day. I teach via Zoom. One-to-one at GCSE is £35,’ she said.

        ‘I am going into school but not everyday – we are on a rota basis –some days from home some from school. So Wednesday/Thursday will work well for me.’

        Challenged later about her private work, Pavan said: ‘My tutor times would be school day but after my teaching hours are over.’ She then deleted her Tutor Hunt account.’

        In Enfield, North London, Irini, a ‘full time English teacher, is available to provide £37.50-an-hour GCSE English lessons on any school day apart from Monday.

        ‘My school has not reopened fully which means I am more available to provide online support,’ she wrote in a message.


  39. Celtic_Mist says:

    It’s all in this sentence, or precisely what isn’t –

    “He said the driver was a 27-year-old man from Seattle and it was unknown if it was a targeted attack”

    Even the Guardian writes-
    “The driver, Dawit Kelete, a 27-year-old man from Seattle, was in custody. A state patrol spokesman, Ron Mead, said Kelete was suspected to have driven the wrong way on a ramp”

    And I would be surprised if the BBC updates its article

    “Authorities said one of the victims, Seattle resident Summer Taylor, 24, died on Saturday evening of her injuries in hospital.”

    “The suspect was later identified as Dawit Kelete, a black man from Seattle who studied business and commerce at Washington State University between 2011 and 2017.”

    The video is horrendous and one can’t help but feel the pain and suffering of the victims and their families


    • StewGreen says:

      AndyNgo’s twitter thread has loads of loony antifa tweets
      claiming the driver was a “white supremacist” “Trumper” etc


  40. Darcy3 says:

    Mail online: Female zookeeper, 55, is killed by Siberian tiger at Swiss zoo as horrified visitors look on

    best comment so far:

    “That tiger needs locking up “


  41. fakenewswatcher says:

    Possibly the most offensive ‘anti-racist’ I’ve heard on R4 yet (and that’s saying something) did her thing on ‘A point of view’ this morning. Bernadine Evaristo, apparently an author and ‘professor’ at Brunel sounded like a haughty teacher reading the riot act to a group of very, very naughty children (whites), who needed to get their act together, but fast!
    An enthusiastic BLM supporter, BE launched into an aggressive, loud-mouthed and self-righteous diatribe which I thought was a bit over the top, even for R4. She also sounded -dare I say it- quite thick, for a professor; her “arguments” (flaterry to call them that) are poorly thought through, her presentation skills embarrassingly basic, her entire pitch was ‘white racists, change quickly’.
    She needs to get herself off to Africa, in double quick time, where I think she will find a steep learning curve awaiting her. But at least she is unlikely to bump into too many of those people she clearly dislikes intensely.


    • Absolute Shower says:

      Hear hear! I turned her off straight away and over to my default radio station – Talk Radio. Incidentally Mike Graham and Keven O’Sullivan were good yesterday, broadcasting live from a pub in London.


    • Foscari says:

      Bernadine Evarista the “esteemed” author is one of those
      plethora of lecturer’s at university who have emerged
      over the last two generations whose ambition is
      to brainwash their indigenous students in getting them to believe
      of white racist guilt. And she has succeeded.


    • StewGreen says:

      Surely it can’t have been Bernadine Evaristo this morning cos she was on Yesterday 18:15 in Loose Ends. Repeated Tomorrow 11:30
      ..and BBC is very very diverse
      not just same metroliberal mates all the time.

      This mornings prog was A Point of View “Why Black Lives Matter “Friday 20:50, Today 08:48

      And cos she needs the extra promotion BBC Current affairs tweeted a link


  42. Guest Who says:

    Nick clearly itching to say ‘far right employment practices’, but realised that would simply make his post look even sillier.


    • Beltane says:

      Whatever he might have been ‘itching to say’ there’s little doubt it would have been largely incomprehensible.
      I’m quite sure the BBC only employ this Glaswegian teenager for the annoyance level of his garbled English – his political acumen clearly has some way to go before providing any significant information.


  43. AsISeeIt says:

    ‘Ministers pledge to double staff in job centres’


    May I here take the liberty of coining a new skeptical phrase for BBC agenda-driven news spin : “Despite Lockdown”

    ‘Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to pledge £800m to recruit 13,500 extra staff as part of an economic recovery package announced on Wednesday.’

    Well, it’s an ill wind that blows no one any good.

    The private sector may have been knee capped but at least we can expand the public sector…. almost infinitely.

    And Rishi Washy must have calculated that he will recoup in taxes at least a third of the salaries… so that’s all good then.

    But let’s not get overly optimistic that given enough invented cash the state can solve all our economic woes.

    ‘PCS union general secretary Mark Serwotka said the recruitment of extra staff for job centres was welcome….

    (BUT) … He also accused the government of being “reckless” by sending job centre staff back to work “when Covid-19 is still a threat”. ‘

    Great, let’s look forward to even more public employees languishing at home on full pay.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      No better than Blair creating numerous non jobs.
      Apparently the 13,500 posts are front line staff at the Jobcentre, ie their role isn’t to work out benefits, or help people fill in the claim forms or even find jobs, (they stopped doing that years ago,) but to ensure the claimants are doing the required 35 hours a week job search or whatever pointless hoop they come up with, all on the pain of a sanction for slipping up..
      They’ve got the universal credit in ‘lite’ mode at the moment, with little bullying, but will need the extra troops when it reverts back to normal soon.
      The new covid claimants are in for a little shock


  44. Old Goat says:

    Another “Nationwide” round of applause, for the NHS at 17:00 hours, today. Classic Radio and her “sister” stations are all on board – are you?

    I shall have switched off in plenty of time, I may even switch off soon, as already I’m tired of the constant trails for this “event”.

    Will it ever stop?


    • AsISeeIt says:

      Weekend Puzzel Corner

      We are blessed with the very bestest sacrosanct envy of the whole wide world NHS

      We are the worstest statistically scientific-ish demonstrably laughing stock of the world for the badest way ever we dealt with this virus thing.

      Reslove both of these two trueish contradictory-like statements.

      [Clue = Torys]

      If you solved it give yourself a hearty clap. Clap yourself anyway if are still confused.


      • Beltane says:

        I think the form of clap you’re referring to is more usually called a ‘dose’.


    • Guest Who says:

      Smooth Chill on the DAB in the kitchen.

      Bluetooth speakers everywhere else with iPad tuned to radio Swiss classic.



    • Hypnos says:

      Well all this practice at clapping and getting on your knees feels like preparation for the arrival of ‘ the dear leader’.

      I can hardly wait, in homage to those who have saved us from Trump via postal voting and rioting, and here to have so fortunately avoided really leaving the EU. The primary excuse I suspect will be because the ‘pandemic’ has ruined the economy, neatly sidestepping the fact they were running it. Fully supported by the global media. If you disagree you are for re-education or loosing your job, if you still have one

      Maybe this is Sir Ed’s moment and I have answered the question as to why he became a Sir in the first place? He is he here after all to save us from ourselves and our odd wish to live in something approaching a democracy.

      It feels to me that we are at the point of seismic change, the global elite have not spent decades moving towards their nirvana to allow Trump a second term and the U.K. to genuinely break away from the EU.

      I suspect the coming months will prove to be ever more terrifying and disturbing. Time will tell.

      I hope to god I have to eat my words, Trump gets a second term and we cut the myriads tentacles of the EU, and I am the fool. Again time will tell.


      • JimS says:

        One of the objections to the burka is that it goes against Western culture to cover one’s face.

        It would appear that the cultural norms of the West are easily changed…


      • G says:

        “……the global elite have not spent decades moving towards their nirvana to allow Trump a second term and the U.K. to genuinely break away from the EU.”
        Precisely, but I suggest that even if DJT has a second term and the UK does satisfactorily sever the relationship with the EU, the Marxists under the control of Soros/China will not stop there. In fact, it may become even worse – a great deal worse because it has mass x velocity behind it. At best, a hiatus after November 3rd / December 31st. I’ve always envisioned the population breaking up politically into a fairly clean split of roughly 50/50 with the Right having superior numbers marginally.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Many things in the modern world are incomprehensible to me and this worshipping of the NHS is right at the top.


      • Roland Deschain says:

        Hear, hear! We pay handsomely for healthcare through our taxes. We are then expected to worship it for doing what it’s paid to do – as long as you have Covid. But if you want anything routine done, you can get lost, even though it’s been nowhere near overwhelmed for months.


    • Eddy Booth says:

      72 anniversary too – a real milestone year…


  45. StewGreen says:

    TalkRadio .. Adonis coming up
    Eve Pollard at 11:30am


  46. Thoughtful says:

    I don’t know if anyone has noticed, but the latest face saving device being used by left wing virtue signalling bandwaggon jumping idiots, is that Black Lives Matter has been ‘hijacked’ by the far left and that’s why they aren’t supporting it any longer.

    At every opportunity in every chance I have I put this lie to bed. BLM was always run by the ultra far Left, it was born of anti White race hate in the USA and it came to the UK on the back of this.

    It has never been hijacked it was always this way since the very begining and just because you didn’t bother to find out in your desire to signal how right on trendy leftie you are is no excuse!

    We were telling you this from the begining and your response was to smear us with the boringly predictable insult “far right” so now you are saying the same things we were telling you weeks ago does that make you “far right ” also? If not then where is the apology for those of us who told the truth about the false path you were treading?

    AS predictable as ever, the left cannot accept any kind of responsibility or even admit it fails. It never does anything wrong, and it never has.


    • Hypnos says:


      Absolutely spot on


    • Doublethinker says:

      Even the normally sane Janet Daley in the Telegraph seems to think that BLM has only recently been taken over by Marxists. But I looked at their website on 10th June and their revolutionary leftist agenda was plain for all to see and I suspect that it had been so since their foundation a few years ago.


      • Luckyharry69 says:

        The Black Power/Black Panther/Weather Underground movements etc have been there for 60 years.
        They have NEVER gone away.
        This is just a new version with the grandkids on board.
        Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have their BLACK gloves to prove it


    • Roland Deschain says:

      Absolutely right, Thoughtful. It always was of the far left and takes full advantage of all the useful idiots waiting to parade their virtue without making any effort to check what they are actually supporting.


  47. digg says:

    How the BBC likes to choose it’s words carefully.

    In Leicester…

    “The spread of Covid has hit the “Close Knit” community hard.”

    In Soho…

    “It’s crystal clear drunk people will not keep distance.”

    Spot the difference?
    It’s the way they tell ’em, wonder why?


  48. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Yesterday my Parler account showed no updates or notifications for about 7+ hours but now all is ok again.
    There was a thread on this morning saying that others had also experienced similar things.
    If your account seems to be stuck just leave it and it will get better by itself is my advice.

    It’s probably because of the huge uptake and it’s having teething problems.
    Being one of the very few free speech platforms it’s understandable that it’s become a magnet for those not of the extreme left.

    bbbc is another one of only a few free speech forums as well.
    How are we doing views and member wise Fed. Have you noticed an increase or are we staying more or less the same?


    • Roland Deschain says:

      I still have the problem on the app that every post shows “date unavailable” so I have no idea how old any post is.


  49. fakenewswatcher says:

    Switch on R4 ‘Food Programme’, thinking it might be the one safe programme to listen to.
    Switch off after 30 seconds: this too, has been taken over and become a ‘black’ programme. Apparently there aren’t enough black master chefs in Britain (implication: ‘racism’), so here we go again.
    Well , I can think of an entire continent ,much larger than Europe at that, the ‘Food programme’ could go to, if it wants to be immersed in all things black.
    In fact, perhaps Radio 4, in totality, would like to decamp to Brazzaville, Lagos or Harare, where they might feel a lot more at home?


  50. Guest Who says:

    Weekend staff.