Weekend Thread 12 September 2020

The Last Night of The Proms . A competition .The Biased Far Left Woke BBC will be Spinning the Proms for its own political ends. Let’s predict what it will do …….

Elsewhere the pro EU BBC Has dug up the anti democratic ghosts of Remain to rerun Project Fear . We have left their EU.

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338 Responses to Weekend Thread 12 September 2020

  1. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2 – it is always interesting to see hear who gets what to do on the programme.

    Underling Simon Jack, despite his status as BBC Business Editor was made to handle the BBC embarrassment of missing the 19th Anniversary of the attack on the Twin Towers in New York on ‘9/11’. Something far beneath our Mishal. Simon’s intro was priceless.

    Mishal meanwhile gets to interview someone from Spain who is an EU bod and ask him about the latest developments and what might happen over our Government’s proposed Internal Markets Bill. Mishal thanks the gent warmly “Thank you very much.” so his contribution at being negative on Brexit was obviously just right and what was wanted.

    Mishal is obviously quite keen to starve the people of Northern Ireland into submission.


  2. Guest Who says:


    If ‘editorial merit’ is the factor, how does the bbc explain Dawn, Di, Dave, Dick, etc being the go to gobs daily?


  3. Guest Who says:



    Can you see what is yet, guys and gals?


  4. AsISeeIt says:

    Each of our national newspapers live under a set of delusions of some kind, a set of delusions they would wish to share with their readership.

    The ‘i’ claims an exciting exclusive: ‘Army to help with UK mass vaccinations’ – where to begin with this puff of nonsense?

    Firstly, there is no vaccine. Experts without skin in the game will admit there’s little real prospect of one.

    You have to wonder at the press imaginings of Britain actually having an army to call out. I’m guessing we’ve ten times more traffic wardens on our national payroll than there are squadies in barracks awaiting the bugle call.

    And the idea of paramilitary paramedics is more Monty Python than Montgomery – “Roll up your sleeve, two three four, dab dab with the antiseptic, two three four, you’ll just feel a little prick, two three four…”

    And that dear reader is exactly what you are if you buy into this army vaccination tosh.

    The FT wants to ignore the fact the Remainer side keep losing elections and so they somehow think they can keep us under the thumb of Brussels: ‘Johnson was warned on Brexit deal’

    Most of our press love the notion of a deadly pandemic whether because it fits their nanny state ideology or simply because fear and crisis help to sell their papers.

    The Times warns: ‘Stay indoors or be fined’

    Rather than dare to question first principles the Mail takes up one of those tedious newspaper campaigns: ‘Save our children’s Christmas!’ – of course exempting the kids from the rule of six admits it is a good rule for adults. By the way, how would the Brady Bunch manage with the rule of six, or the Waltons (“Goodnight John-Boy, goodnight Mary Ellen, goodnight Jim-Bob… better leave the house and go quarantine yourselves in the barn kids, rule of six, y’all!”)

    The Daily Star seems to think there’s going to be a normal football season: ‘Free inside fixtures 2020/21’ – It will be interesting to see how many teams outside the financial elite go broke without ticket sales or big subsidies.

    What are the ladies up to today? In the Telegraph we can admire actress Sharon Stone: ‘I still have instinct to shock at 62, says Stone’ meanwhile the Times has journo Sophia Money-Coutts: ‘I’ve frozen my eggs at 35’ – really – how depressing – fried, poached or hard boiled? Mary Berry appears to have a more appealling recipe in the Express: ‘My life just gets better’


    • Up2snuff says:

      AISI, Vaccination? We – the public – don’t know yet how the Covid-19 virus mutates and how fast because our national broadcaster doesn’t interview virologists working with Covid-19. It is also possible the virologists don’t know yet, either.

      A little bit of good journalistic enquiry by the army of BBC Health journalists and their Health Editor would be a good start in finding out.

      Why is this very important? It is because a vaccine may be impossible to create as it is for that other coronavirus known as the ‘Common Cold’. Or it may be that a vaccine – if found – turns out to be ineffective as many ‘influenzas’ a.k.a. coronaviruses vaccines are, such as Mexican Swine ‘flu’.


    • Emmanuel Goldstein says:


      You put:

      Firstly, there is no vaccine. Experts without skin in the game will admit there’s little real prospect of one.

      Spanish flu, Asian flu and Hong Kong flu came and went in a year or two. They then more or less disappeared.
      By the time any vaccine does appear, it (covid) will probably be a distant memory.
      How many have we ordered? Hundreds of millions of doses.
      I expect these will end up being binned (unless there’s stuff in them that we are not being told about)
      More £billions wasted.


      • Up2snuff says:

        EG, Gordon Brown blew something like £4bn on a vaccine for Mexican Swine ‘flu’ in 2008/09, a disease unlikely to reach the UK in substantial numbers. £4bn was worth something back then. Vaccine needed to be stored very carefully and was highly temperature critical in store.

        I recall that the UK supplies had to be junked.

        BigPharma sure saw Gordon Brown coming!


    • BRISSLES says:

      AsI I’ve already fired off an email to the Mail bitterly complaining of having enough of Dr Michael Mosley and his endless bloody recipes – he’s a doctor for God’s sake. If I want recipes I buy a cookbook, I buy a newspaper for news – its in the title.


  5. Old Goat says:

    Not strictly BBC, but good videos about COVID from Tony Heller and Paul Weston:



    • Up2snuff says:

      Another big question or even a BIG QUESTION the BBC should be asking of virologists and health professionals “Has the Covid-19 virus mutated to the point where it has become more transmissable but less fatal and does this vary across age groups or remains the same.”


      I’ve done another bit of thinking for you, BBC. Over to you, N&CA.


      • Emmanuel Goldstein says:


        If this virus is becoming less fatal and more transmissible then it will be a logical progression.
        The virus is successful.
        If it carried on killing its hosts then its a failure and will die out.


        • Up2snuff says:

          Yes, Emmanuel, that’s a very good point and what does that suggest?

          I have seen, somewhere on the mainstream Interwebby News (may have been the BBC web-site but also may been MSN or YahooNews) that there has been some concern whether this Covid-19 virus is going into the wider animal population.

          Or is it a political & economic weapon from the Chinese?

          The problem with the whole Pandemic is – from my point of view – the delinquency of journalists. Apparently worldwide. They are not doing their jobs. The people who should be most held to account are WHO and the UN. Instead, it is left to others like Tony Heller and Paul Weston and the Irish bloke on the previous Thread.

          In that sort of situation, we do not know whether this was truly an animal virus or is man-made. We do not know whether it is a weapon or who it is directed at although the statistics do show some answers there. If anyone at the BBC does read this site, then the new D-G should be asked to call in the head of N&CA and give them a kick up the backside and instructions “Do your job or you are out of here.”.


          • Deborah says:

            Right from the start of the daily briefings the journalists could have asked questions that helped the rest of us judge risk. They didn’t. They, including Laura K and Hugh Pym who were far more bothered whether disposable gloves came in ones or twos or whether Dominic had taken a walk in the woods at a distance from other people.


  6. Deborah says:

    10pm news BBC1 news last night. There was a report about how unfair it was that young women who have had babies during lockdown hadn’t had the same opportunities as women who had babies previously. Examples given included building up support networks. The report mentioned they were demanding money from government in recompense. The report centred on one young woman and towards the end of the report it explained she had joined the Labour Party to enable her to campaign on this issue. Well I suppose the BBC is learning that activists can be identified. But if this young woman, with a new baby, has time for activism, I guess she is doing fine, and wouldn’t top the list of greatest need.


  7. StewGreen says:

    New Zealand had 2 Covid deaths last week
    The UK has 15 times the population of NZ.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Stew, but were they real Covid-19 deaths or co-morbidity deaths? Something that is not mentioned in some of the excellent videos that have been linked to on here (Ivor Collins or Cummings, on the previous Thread?) is that you must be stringent in recording deaths accurately. That means using Pathology facilities & staff that may be currently used for other Covid-19 related things, testing, vaccine hunt, etc..

      In the UK we have been delinquent in accurate cause of death recording. Maybe we still are.

      If Matt Hancock wanted to get a real grip on his job, instead of ‘the Rule of Sick’, it would be to enforce a strict and common standard for recording cause of death across the UK in spite of devolution.


  8. Deborah says:

    Why we’re losing the covid battle for Britain: An expert’s view on the ineptitude, confusion and complacency surrounding testing – and how it’s like we’re taking on the Nazi Luftwaffe without radar.

    Article above in the Daily Mail. You may go with what the author has to say… or not. But what was not said is Professor John Ashton was the one who led on Domesday on BSE and the one who predicted hundreds of thousands of deaths from BSE. He was as good as Prof. Ferguson. The BBC loved him. As he has just written a book on Covid expect him on the BBC any day now.


  9. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    I thought this tough ex-marine was supposed to sort out the crowds of illegals fleeing France.
    What is his pay? Six figures no doubt.
    For all the good he’s doing you might as well have a banana instead, it would be far cheaper and achieve the same (non) result.

    I’ve read a few comments elsewhere asking why no lawyer (a sort of sane one on our side, the opposite of a Gina type) has taken Priti and Boris to court for some kind of dereliction of duty by ignoring these young men escaping the horrors of war torn France.
    You could bet if it was somehow the other way round that the lefties would be straight to court trying everything to get their way.


    • Fedup2 says:

      The other absence is the involvement of the French . Are there any figures for how many boats have beeb seized and illegals arrested ? How many bodies recovered ?

      Where is the undercover MSM investigation to show what is happening all the time on the French coast .?

      Im happy to be told this has been done but i missed it because i dont do MSM much any more ….

      The cabinet dont see this as a serious ‘ thing ‘ in thr current circumstances but it shows how quickly out of touch red tories are .


  10. Foscari says:

    The BBC just doesn’t know how to handle the diplomatic
    thawing of relations between Israel and some more of its Arab neighbours. I
    expect their middle east correspondents,the likes of Orla
    Guerin and Jeremy Bowen are in despair. And for the BBC
    to admit that it is a real diplomatic success for Donald Trump
    is just about the hardest pill the BBC have had to swallow for a very


    • R P McMurphy says:

      And the revelations of what many of the Arab States really think of the Palestinians , will blow those two ” independent ” bbc reporters minds.


      • Foscari says:

        RP-Anybody who has been to Jaffa or the thriving
        markets of just down the road Tel Aviv know just what the
        Israeli Arabs think about their lives in a democratic Israel compared
        to the despotic states all around them. The rapprochement
        between Israel and more of its neighbours can only be a
        good thing for all of the Middle East in the long run.
        You will just have to bite your tongues all you haters of
        Israel at the BBC.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Dangerous times . There must be many who want israel on the naughty step again – particularly iran .
      Next up are talks between the taliban and the afgee government over the future of that place . Peace talks are bad news for the BBC – insane …


      • richard D says:

        Fedup2 – and, true to form, the BBC had Lyse Doucet on the ‘Today’ programme this morning…… not so much to celebrate the fact that peace talks are starting, but to complain that this, after months and months of US government intervention/support/encouragement, was simply and solely to do with getting good news into the frame for Mr Trump before the election.

        Another Beboid (amongst many) who would rather have a good war or three going in the Middle East, than peace across the region, or concede that Mr Trump has done anything good in his presidency.

        But there is no question that she and her Beeboid colleagues fully supported the annointing of a certain Mr Obama, who, within three days or so of taking office, had been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize – having done nothing up to that point deserving such a reward – and, indeed, did nothing throughout his eight year presidency worthy of that accolade.

        They must be so highly Pl$$€D that Mr Trump has been nominated for the same award – and seems to be eminently better qualified to receive it than Mr Obama ever was.

        Bias – what Bias ?


        • Fedup2 says:

          Richard – there is a certainty that Mr Trump will never get the Nobel Prize

          And the thought that a form of peace could come to places where BBC royalty like to get high and mighty wearing balistic armour and looking for awards must fill them with horror.

          But an even bigger horror would be Mr Trump getting a second Term. That coming election night really will be a ‘ set record ‘ for the results . … 60?ish days away ….


          • richard D says:


            1. Agreed – but the nomination was worth it just to point out the hypocrisy of the Left (in which I heartily include the BBC)

            2. Agreed

            3. Agreed – and I was, co-incidentally, initially due to be in the US on election night (as I was at the last US election), and the MSM were a sight to behold. I shall be in the UK this time, but I sincerely (if for no other reason than Joe Biden, with clear and obvious signs of dementia, will be a real danger to the free world if he gets elected) hope to observe the BBC and US media go through the same convulsions as before.


          • richard D says:

            Hoo Boy – the BBC must be having a real hissy fit – apparently Mr Trump has been nominated for the second time in a week for a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize – first time was for the UAE-Israel accord, second for his efforts in the Serbia-Kosovo peace deal.

            So, someone remind me again – what exactly was it that the BBC’s anointed one, Mr Obama, won this prize for ?

            And, of course, the BBC launches in straight away, calling out his nominator as a ‘far-right’ politician…… no insinuation meant there, then.

            It’s relentless…… and it is so far from being politically impartial.


  11. Fedup2 says:

    F word . Should have known better – caught the first 10 minutes of – Week in Westminster – before getting to the off switch FT remainer journo interviewing Terresa May’s bitch – now a lord – re rerunning project fear followed by remainer fruitcake Layla Moran saying no brexit because of the virus .

    FFS why did i listen ? Never again .its like groundhog day never happened again .

    The whole Remain Industry is after some red tory idiot called ‘ brandon lewis ‘ soon to be reshuffled to be Lord Lewis – who apparently said blighty is going to do a limited treaty change which is being treated as a major breaking of something called ‘ international law . Screwby.

    I cant get “the thick of it ‘out of my head anymore ….

    This weeken malcolm tucker will be ringing shaky red tory MPs into supporting the line come exit Bill ….


  12. richard D says:

    Aopologies, in advance, for the length of this post, but it covers a range of points.

    BBC Today programme this morning. Michael Gove was on the ‘long slot’ (used to be 08:10, but now seems to be a moveable feast depending on whether the BBC can find a big enough critic of the government if a minister is to be on the ‘long slot’, or enough of the likes of Laura Kuenssberg, Katya Adler, etc., etc, to top and tail any such interview.

    First of all, Mr Gove was asked to comment on the recent COVID rules changes – the last question on this segment being – “Do you want people to be fined if…..etc., etc.” Mr Gove, polite to an extreme throughout this ‘interview’, began to answer (basically he wanted it to be a deterrent)- and astonishingly, there was no interruption from Mishal Husain. I remarked to my wife that she had now stopped listening, and was obviously studiously examining her notes/points/questions for the inevitable onslaught regarding the EU Withdrawal Agreement. The Beeboids are trained to do this – she really didn’t care about the answer to the last question on that topic.

    Sure enough – she then started talking over Mr Gove, and immediately launched into him with a series of questions, purportedly initially asking what changes the government wanted and why. Mr Gove explained that it, like everything else in this process, is quite complex, and started to try to clearly outline why the issue has arisen. Husain was having none of that, and proceded to verbally abuse Mr Gove, shouting over the top of his responses, asking question after question which she never even waited for answers to, before launching into another – many of which were simply malicious accusations – along the lines of, for instance “The government was either incompetent at the point where the WA was signed, or it is now – which is it ?” Mr Gove started to point out what had actually changed, but again, Ms Husain was just unwilling to listen before setting off on another ‘question’ designed simply to trap Mr Gove. To his credit, Mr Gove was unfailingly polite to the end of what was a travesty of an ‘interview’.

    One of the key principles of the BBC is supposed to be ‘to educate and inform’ the British public – but it should be completely obvious that the BBC has no intention of letting the British Public become informed about this issue. Partisan, political broadcasting of the first order. At one point, Ms Husain was actually speaking for around twice the length of time that she allowed Mr Gove to answer. Disgraceful. And damn the BBC, because I want to hear what the issue is really about – not just a blanket “..well, it contravenes an agreement”. Given his positiion, Mr Gove is probably best placed to inform us on this particular topic – why is he not allowed to by the BBC ?

    As well as dealing with the detail of why the British Government is doing what it is doing, the BBC surely has a responsibility to also find out why the EU thinks it should not be doing it. With that in mind, I also heard earlier on the Today programme a Polish EU representative being offered information as to why the government was doing what it was doing, and being asked if he thought there was a point to that – he simply dismissed the question as, basically, rubbish and went back to blaming the government for destroying the Good Friday Agreement. No further questions were asked along these lines. I suspect the Polish guy had no idea about the point in question – his job was simply to ignore any real discussion on the topic and point the finger ! Mr Yanis Varoufakis (former Finance Minister in the Greek Government) pointed out in the same segment that the EU had been breaking international treaties for years – and specifically, and recently, its own treaties regarding such things as government subsidies – the Polish guy simply pointed out that the UK government had been instrumental in having such behaviour banned in treaties signed by EU ministers – completely ignoring the fact that it was not the UK which was breaking these international agreements, but those such as France, Germany, etc. This, of course, was not followed up by the BBC newsreader ‘interviewing’ these two foreign representatives. Compare and contrast the treatment they received at the hands of the BBC, with the treatment dished out to Mr Gove.

    It appears to me that, if the EU and its UK broadcasting wing, the BBC, are going so far to try to prevent any clarity being put forward for this action, and simply trying to dismiss it as nothing more than a distraction, then there are two possibilities – it either is really quite simple to amend, or provide a written confirmation the the UK’s fears are unfounded, and a guarantee that they will not happen or…….. there really is an issue here, and the BBC and the EU are desperately trying to defend what could essentially become a threat to the integrity of the UK, for their own political purposes. The more this goes on, I feel the latter may well be the real answer.

    It is becoming clearer, and clearer to the general public, I hope, that the BBC has clearly defined political objectives and biases, and is obviously unfit for purpose. De-fund it.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Richard – i used to disparagingly refer to mishell as “ the work experience girl ‘ – and i stick with that – not that i listen now .

      She is not prepared to listen interpret and follow up on answers . She does not have the skill – which led me to think she was just the token airhead ethnic toady needed to box tick . An african must be a shoe in for the next seat .

      Mickey gove used to be a journo . He used to do “ what the papers say “ and one could tell he is an operator.

      He d know the treatment the BBC gives anyone hostile to its view so he d go big on courtesty – which is a shame

      There is a gap in the red tory market for an MP with a farage style and outlook but i suppose ‘ characters’ and personality’ dont get past selection…


      • richard D says:


        “There is a gap in the red tory market for an MP with a farage style and outlook but i suppose ‘ characters’ and personality’ dont get past selection…”

        ….. I agree, but I suspect, if he/she existed, they’d get one, and only one, request for an interview from the BBC, and would be on a ‘blacklist’ (can I say that ?) forever after.

        Have you noticed how rare the occurencies are of interviews these days with, for instance, Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg ?


        • Fedup2 says:

          Richard – i think the reason they dont go after JrM is because he is unflapabble but the beeboids are not .

          But sooner of later some new tory MP must surface – surely – and make a Name in the House or Outside it .

          Whats really needed ia a non career politician who hasnt been made timid by the promises of ‘ sweeties’ by the Whips .

          Unfortunately they are more likely to be vwry red tories rather than the deep blue ones at my end of the spectrum .

          But theyd need to be ready for the full on wall of MSM / marxist hate – tough one .


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

    Less than 15 hours after the historic announcement of a peace treaty and normalization in relations between Bahrain and Israel (brokered by Donald Trump) the story disappears from all the BBC main webpages and now occupies a minor position on the middle-east regional news section of the BBC website.

    Instead on the main pages we have more anti-Trump rhetoric and more race-baiting and more climate change end of days narratives.


    • Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

      The BBC video story “George Floyd Murder Suspect Appears In Court” – which is one story in a series of stories regarding George Floyd appeared longer on the BBC news homepage (still there) than news of the historic Bahrain – Israel Peace Agreement.

      Similarly many other BBC stories promoting celebrities, the new feminist film Mulan, a black woman’s hair loss etc appeared longer on the BBC news homepage than news of the historic Bahrain – Israel Agreement.

      It is just more evidence of how the BBC operate and their priorities.


  14. Fedup2 says:

    Do you notice how the BBC readily reports the death of some unknown ethnic musician so that thr kidults can play a bit of noise / music at the end of the Radio News ?

    Theres another one today . The BBC is so due for a spoof ‘false news’ job of a fictional jazz / raeggie musician who has worked with all the ‘ giants ‘ ie bobby marley and the dolphins …

    Lets call him Floyd George – see if they notice …also worked with the police ..


  15. theisland says:

    It quotes from this

    “Let’s not mince our words – the Northern Ireland Protocol is all about politics. It was cooked up by the EU in cahoots with a fervent Remainer May government and civil service to negate the result of the Brexit referendum. It had absolutely nothing to do with protecting the Good Friday Agreement nor with ensuring there was no hard border in Ireland.”

    “… ever since [Boris Johnson’s revised Protocol in the WA] was ratified, the EU, Remainer officials and judicial activists have been trying to warp its interpretation to include all the unacceptable elements of the old backstop. The role of the civil service in this is deeply troubling (one cannot go into detail here), but Whitehall officials have been fighting a rear-guard action with ministers ever since January in a bid to keep the UK legally subordinate to the EU through the new Northern Ireland Protocol – regardless of the consequences for the Union or the economy and people of Northern Ireland.”

    I’m sure we all remember Starmer banging on and on about the need for a ‘backstop’ allegedly to avoid a hard border.


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

    Did you know the BBC operates a BBC Action Line?

    It seems to be another means by which the BBC can influence and manipulate vulnerable people. It provides “help” lines – directing vulnerable people to BBC operatives and activist groups:

    The way it works is that the BBC covers an issue in one of their radio or television broadcasts or news bulletins which is designed to emotionally traumatize their viewers.

    The distressed viewer then contacts the BBC Action Line where BBC operatives and Activist Groups tell them what they have to do.


    • StewGreen says:

      @Cali that is a bit conspiracy theory
      AFAIK know the BBC Action line number appears at the end if progs which have dealt with particular disturbing social problems ..say the 3 girls drama.
      Surely that is the good and correct thing.

      .. I think the lines are manned by external NGOs experienced in that particular topic.
      Now since those NGO’s are almost always rooted in metroliberal agendas, there could be some brainwashing going on as well as the help & emotional support.
      But I have no proof.


      • Broadcasting-on-Behalf-of-the-Caliphate says:

        Hi StewGreen. It’s all about trust. Do you trust the BBC knowing what you know about them? Do you trust the BBC knowing how they embed various agendas into programs etc? Do you trust the BBC when you see how they purposely traumatize children on their CBBC channel into becoming activists? I have seen worse from the BBC (maybe you have to).

        The BBC operate in a state of secrecy and it would be a mistake to think that the burden of proof lies with us when they remain so secretive and we have evidence from elsewhere of their clear malpractice.

        Anyway thanks for your comment, it is always good to have views challenged. It allows different perspectives to be aired and arguments to be improved. That is what free speech is about. Unfortunately there are some, like the BBC, that would have it closed down. Too often the BBC is treated with kid gloves. Sometimes we need to have a Pat Condell type of presentation.


  17. Fedup2 says:

    The person accused of almost kiilling a cop in cornwall by burning is called –

    Blagovest Hadjigueorguiev

    A ‘local man ‘ …..


    • Fedup2 says:

      Truly hope the copper recovers quickly and the eaccused also gets done for offences against scrabble ….

      …..my spell check nearly blew up writing his name …. ? Deported if convicted ?


    • StewGreen says:

      This tweet claims Newquay council deliberately agree to ship in drug addicts
      .. Presumably they earn money from the government for this.


    • Banania says:

      I well remember the Hadjigueorguievs, a good old Cornish family. They used to hunt with the Bolventor Harriers.


  18. richard D says:

    I can’t find anywhere that the BBC have demanded the opinion of their heroes, the Obamas and the Markles, regarding their views of the Netflix soft-porn, child exploitation movie, ‘Cuties’.

    This group of people seem to be interviewed about, and able to wade into, any sort of topic about exploitation on any level …… why the silence now ?

    Couldn’t possibly have anything to do with their latest income streams, such as their multi-million-dollar partnerships with Netflix, could it ?


    • Dobyns says:


      Quite the outfit Mr Meghan-Markle and the Dutchess of Wokecess have joined

      This goes right along with the new law in Californication legalising sexual relations with children, as long as the pedophile’s no more than 10 years older than the child.


  19. Kaiser says:


    Police on the Greek island of Lesbos fired tear gas at protesting migrants who were left homeless when their camp burned down on Wednesday.

    just burnt down , just like that



  20. G.W.F. says:

    Does anyone remember a knifer who killed one person and injured several others in Birmingham. I think the cops caught him, not a terrorist, but no news these days.
    It must have been almost a week ago.


    • Doobster78 says:

      Indeed. However lots of coverage still of the career criminal George Flloyd’s untimely demise !!!!

      BBC only interested in Black victim stories, Black perpetrator stories are filed away , never to see the light of day !!!!

      It’s almost like there is a agenda !!!! Surely not ???


    • StewGreen says:

      Well Its only 4 days he was charged on Tuesday night
      appeared in court on Wednesday
      Remanded since his charges are murder & attempted murder.

      .. I guess the police build the case and submit it to CPS
      and they set a trial date of about 6 months time.

      Of course if they could label him a far right whitey the media would report every day.
      But now they use the excuse of sub judice to avoid reporting anything.


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

    Today we had the start of a new season of the English Football Premier League:


    In the margin of the above webpage to the story is a section called “Also in Sport”. The first headlined story is that of a white tennis player inspired by Billie Jean Kings fight for female rights in Sport. The second story is a Black Lives Matter tribute.


  22. Scroblene says:

    While I still love ‘The Lark ascending’ and some of the other pieces being played tonight, Senora O’Blene and I wil try and watch the closing scenes when ‘Rule Britannia’ and ‘Jerusalem’ are being played.

    Any of a slightest reference to bias, and the switchboard will be bombarded in W1AA.

    Of course, they all plonked the debacle on the lefty twonk, ‘Village’ Hall, knowing full well that they would let little Timmy Gravy ‘overturn’ the decision, to make Joe Public think what a lovely man ‘e is.

    Next, the relaxing of the TV tax on over 75s will be on the table to try and save a rapidly dying notianal broadcaster.

    Too late my son.

    Senora O’Blene and I have just decided that we’ll pay until Her Maj and Phil pop off, then switch off for good.


    • Fedup2 says:

      – if you are watching the Proms please let us know if the orchestra ‘ ‘take the knee’?’ Which presumably theyve been doing every night in solidarity with their marxist sponsor


      • JamesArthur says:


        We all know the BBC will get some form of anti British, anti white pro black symbol into the last night – so taking the knee at the end of the last song most likely or something to do with slavery…

        Can’t wait for the defunding..shame they will all get huge pensions


      • Scroblene says:

        I’ll have to stay awake, Fed!

        Saturday evenings are ‘Glenlivet’ hours, but I will damned well try!

        I recommend the whole series of the Kay Scarpetta novels as an antidote, we have the whole set up to ‘Blow Fly’, and I’m back on book five – the last two were absolutely stunning!

        Anything to avoid the rubbish on Al Beeb, but I do feel serious enough to see what they do at the end of the Proms, which I’ve tried to enjoy since I was about nine years old. They really are becoming the pits up there in Champagne corridors, and while I don’t mind Dotun at night (sleepless in Kent), the rest of them need a damned good kick up the arris.

        Perhaps I should give everyone my phone number, so that they can wake me up in time…


        • Scroblene says:

          Well there you are – I’ll go to the foot of our stairs!

          After an hour and a half of the gorgeous Kay, the Glenlivet somehow applied the softest punch, and the book slipped to the floor…

          A bleary Scrobs awoke at 9.50pm, and rushed to the TV in the kitchen.

          It wouldn’t start! Belted into the lounge, same result, but that was because I was trying to start the damn thing with the DVD remote!

          And what did I get? A third rerun of ‘The Two Ronnies’! Was it actually on the box, or just the wireless? I’ll never know, and today is another tomorrow, or whatever were the last words in ‘Whistle down the wind’!

          Sorry Fed and James, I’ve let the side down – again…



          • Deborah says:

            I used to prom, many many years ago. I would buy a season ticket which included the Last Night. It had serious music first half before the Party started. Those of us who had been every night for 8 weeks thought those in the expensive seats were the interlopers. It was our party.
            Since I stopped going every evening, I rarely watch The Last Night on the tv. It is like being gatecrasher.
            I debated whether after the BBC’s capitulation I would watch. I didn’t. I dreaded the programme being like a sulky teenager, ie who were those presenting, the speech of the conductor etcetc.


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

    In every BBC Sports report the BBC have in the margin:



    That is the BBC have politicized their entire website (including the sports section) to push out 24 hours a day 7 days a week far left woke propaganda.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Meanwhile a British F1 driver makes a very British gesture toward a Finnish F1 driver in BBC Tuscany land.

      I cannot put up the photo but if someone wants to ‘do a BBC journo cut’n’paste’ I would not object.


  24. Up2snuff says:

    From the BBC’s very own, indispensable, uniquely funded, essential, ‘Yer Just Gotta Larff Dept.’

    “This year’s Proms highlights in just 90 seconds”

    as seen on the BBC Web-site Home Page.

    Surely not extracting the Michael or anything else from the new Director-General? Whatever next? The paint isn’t even dry on him or his office door.


  25. Up2snuff says:

    Another from the BBC’s very own, indispensable, uniquely funded, essential, ‘Yer Just Gotta Larff Dept.’

    as seen as a side bar ‘taster’ (‘some’ might call it click bait)

    “Sharing my alopecia on-line is ‘liberating'”

    Ah! But is it catching?

    Your outfit, Madam, as specially photographed for 15 seconds in the PR-induced limelight doesn’t fit with liberation in the feminist sense what with your cleavage appearing to desire a certain amount of liberation in its own right.


  26. Oldspeaker says:

    Clever stuff this climate change,
    “US wildfires fuelled by climate change, California governor says”


  27. taffman says:

    “Coronavirus in Wales: 164 test positive as cases increase”
    As with all countries,
    More testing = More Results = Cases will increase.


  28. StewGreen says:

    10pm ITV promises comedy
    will it be tickbox comedy ?
    Oh yeh .. “features Kae Kurd, Flo & Joan and Sophie Duker, .. Rob Beckett”

    Flo & Joan : Women with no legs in the woods story : they must have used a laugh boards to get the audience canned laughter effect

    Rob Beckett
    Obama being replaced by Trump is like Keith Chegwin taking over from the Archbishop of Canterbury!”

    with Kae Kurd (a Kurdish guy I guess)

    Sophie Duker


  29. Guest Who says:


    • Scroblene says:

      Guardian – click
      BBC – click
      The Times three secs then – click
      Daily Telegraph – ditto
      Observer – click
      Mail – gawp at tyts then – click
      Express – ditto
      Metro – click
      Standard – click
      Kent Messenger – click
      Kent Courier – three secs then click
      LBC – maybe a few minutes until bame stuff, then – click
      Radio Kent – one sec then click


      But YouTube – Jim Davidson – at least an hour, Katie Hopkins, even more if she’d let me!
      Then ‘Fish’, and maybe some early ‘Genesis’ – around 1987…

      Then back to Kay Scarpetta (see above if you have less time)!


  30. Guest Who says:

    Disappointing. The thought of Ash setting Owen on errant contractors was mind boggling.



  31. StewGreen says:

    So why would a *news* show go on about species extinction ?
    This so called *news*, it wouldn’t be PR for a certain network’s TV show tomorrow ?
    “ExtinctionTheFacts, 8pm BBC1 Sunday with David Attenborough”

    #BiasedBBC #PRasNews yet again


  32. StewGreen says:

    8pm on @BBCRadio4 racism and misogyny in video games industry and culture.

    The Co-producer the Founder of @blackgirlgamers put out a tweet to promote the show
    .. no one told her she wrote the link wrong, so it does not work

    The presenter



  33. Doobster78 says:


  34. theleftwilleatitself says:

    I know it’s not al beeb exactly but I came across an interesting betting market today – Donald Trump to win any state that he didn’t win in 2016!
    Now bookies ARE impartial, they can’t not be, but a greater mind than mine might have an opinion on this as I see it as a cert to happen somewhere across the 50 states available? 🤔


  35. vlad says:

    I trust the BBC will send their crack team (high on crack) to investigate this truly shocking act of racism at 30,000 feet in which a (white) stewardess politely asks a (black) passenger to let her past only for the proud African American to go batshit crazy screaming white supremacy.
    That’s what happens, beeboids, when you keep pointing the finger at racism everywhere: they start to believe you.


  36. taffman says:

    “Former Conservative party leaders Theresa May, Lord Howard and Sir John Major are also among senior figures urging Mr Johnson to think again.”
    Its high time now that Remainers got behind the government to get the best deal for Britain . Anything else would be treason .


  37. Northern Voter says:

    So, Mrs Voter is watching Last night at the revised proms. We have the usual presenter and two guests, guess what , a black woman and a gay vicar. Fulfils all the diversity boxes. By the way, the first person they introduced was of mixed ethnicity. Win Win BBC, defend the bar stewards now.


  38. Northern Voter says:

    So, Mrs Voter is watching Last night at the revised proms. We have the usual presenter and two guests, guess what , a black woman and a gay vicar. Fulfils all the diversity boxes. By the way, the first person they introduced was of mixed ethnicity. Win Win BBC, defund the bar stewards now. The first singer is the mixed race person interviewed. Amazing!


  39. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    “I don’t have food, I don’t have money, I don’t have water.”

    Thousands of people have been left on the streets of Lesbos, an island in Greece, after a fire at the country’s biggest migrant camp.



    Amazingly, the BBC found a most compelling advocate.


  40. Guest Who says:

    Guy sure knows how to create a great team.


    • Doobster78 says:

      How the f**k can one man be so out of touch ???

      It’s actually staggering !!!!

      Change “inspiration” for clueless idiot, change “Western” for sh*t hole and change “pride” for embarrassment and his tweet would read pretty well !!!


      • Thoughtful says:

        This is the party which holds up a black drug dealing criminal who died resisting arrest after swallowing a pouch of class A drugs as a hero and which has a leader who with a gang of other greedy weasels make a fine living from defending his kind.


        • Scroblene says:

          Who’d be a property landlord in London now!

          This silly little bus of a sun-driver is making an awful situation much worse, and he’ll soon be dealing with even more sink estates than he has created already.

          The mass exodus of many businesses will impact next year I suppose, just in time for him to have really devastated a once fabulous place to live and work in.

          Labour ideology at its worst.


    • G.W.F. says:

      Surkeer, like Al Boris, might be looking ahead to the day when we have a one party state – The People’s Islamic Party – led by Khan or one of his kind. There will be well paid jobs for submissive infidels.


  41. Guest Who says:

    Di freelancing in bbc research?


  42. vlad says:

    Are the lying beeb covering Trump’s nomination for a SECOND Nobel Peace Prize?

    (And note that such is their TDS – Trump Derangement Syndrome – that The Atlantic journal calls for an end to the Peace Prize.)



  43. Eddy Booth says:


    Debate winner odds at William Hill
    Biden 1/2
    Trump 6/4
    (Suggesting Implied probability of about 66% to 40%?)
    But who decides the winner?
    If it’s the main stream media , Biden is a great bet!
    Even if he nods off …


  44. touchjudge says:

    Just turned off Last Night of the Proms, with some woman of colour spouting out a ghastly version of Jerusalem. Jesus wept.


    • Fedup2 says:

      As night follows day . Theyll celebrate the ‘ all in it together’ innit viewing figures …..when really its more like watching a road accident


    • Foscari says:

      Touchjudge-Can you believe this load of diversity bollocks
      the BBC is trying to jam down our throats? BBC if you had
      enough of Beethoven,Brahms, Bruckner,Berlioz because
      98% or more of the composers we who love classical music
      want to hear are whites males Then bugger off and let somebody
      else cover the Proms.They have a two minute clip of this years
      “features” from the Proms which would make
      Henry Wood turn over in his grave.
      BBC I know that ethnic folk and those who menstruate can
      be as equally as good musicians and performers as those
      who produce sperm.But this wokeness in production of
      this years Proms as presented on TV is as absurd
      in it’s warped diversity as I have ever seen.


      • Scroblene says:

        Thanks for this, Fos!

        I can now rest easy in missing the show, as I usually like to go to bed with a light heart! (see earlier if you can be bothered).


  45. Guest Who says:

    Well, there’s a thing.

    Maybe Mishal can fly Greta over to analyse this for us?


  46. Guest Who says:

    The venue chosen seems apt, unsurprisingly.


  47. brexiteerkent says:

    I want to comment about the last night of the proms but am just too speechless to do so. So sad.


  48. Concrete sea says:

    I have been anxiously awaiting the final details of the contestants on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing. I was slightly perturbed to see that the wanna be dancers do not accurately reflect the ethnic make- up of the country. But then I realised it’s only the biased Beeb forcing their agenda once again. Plus the whole thing has deteriorated into the typical circus trash levels that many of their so called ‘shows’ gravitate towards.
    If you were worrying about Blackpool please don’t as ‘A BBC spokesman said while contestants would not physically go to Blackpool’s Tower Ballroom in 2020, they would still be “celebrating the iconic venue” from Elstree studio.’ Similarly I will celebrating a substantial pay rise this year, my team lifting the F A Cup and Jennifer Aniston moving in hopefully on Wednesday.
    The organisation is a shadow of what it once was and watching it’s continual self caused decline is like viewing a tragic comedy.
    I might unfortunately give Strictly a miss this year as I need to concentrate on my rail timetable collection and a four year dissertation on the inside of a ping pong ball.


  49. Sluff says:

    JThe BBC just can’t help themselves.
    Despite the increase in Coronavirus cases ( worrying imo) , the death rate has stubbornly refused to go up.

    This really does not support the seditious doom-and-gloom anti-government BBC narrative.

    Their solution? They just run a feature casting doubt on the numbers !!!!!

    ‘Overall death toll could be more than 60,000’

    Meanwhile, they also put up a map showing the UK Coronavirus hotspots but seem quite unable to work out what might possibly link several of them…….Birmingham, Leicester, Blackburn, Bradford………
    Readers may have little difficulty but it’s just all a complete mystery to the BBC.


    • StewGreen says:

      More cases has a DOWNSIDE .. off chance that someone might pass it to granny.

      More cases has an UPSIDE .. no one who recovered from it has ever been recorded as carrying a heavy viral load

      So the more people catch it and recover the more safe grannies are.


  50. taffman says:

    “Some say” that Boris going to opt of human rights laws to sort out the migrant deportations? Is this closing the stable door after the horse has bolted, or more bluster?
    Lets see if Al Beeb will report it ?


    • taffman says:

      “Some say” that Boris is going to opt out of human rights laws to sort out the migrant deportations? Is this closing the stable door after the horse has bolted, or more bluster?
      Lets see if Al Beeb will report it ?


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