316 Responses to Start the Week Thread 21 September 2020

  1. StewGreen says:

    When people say that the Hugh Sykes account looks like a bot
    It does seem to resemble one.
    When someone dared to mock Mark Lowen for bothering to go all the way to Peruglia Airport to try to confirm the fake Boris story, Sykes popped up to justify the trip.


    • StewGreen says:

      Still lots of Twitter accounts are still in Guardianlalaland over this
      they are STILL tweeting stuff like it really did happen, but there has been a cover up etc.
      Loads look like Russian bot accounts operated to favour the Labour party.

      BTW in June the Hugh Sykes account basically called a Mark Lowen dramatic FACT CHECKING claim about Covid rise “fake news


      • Guest Who says:

        The media world is of course now a sick joke. But what still amazes are those in academia willing to totally trash any value their honorifics confer for ideological reasons.


    • StewGreen says:

      It’s a case of the Guardian reporting NARRATIVES they WANT to be true instead of actual reality
      And then the BBC thinking thinking that something must be true
      , cos it was in the Guardian.


      • The WestWyvern says:

        I read some of those tweets.

        They are all deranged. Truly mad indoctrinated individuals, leftistism is a disease far worse than COVID.

        They are all nutters and it wasn’t so long ago they’d have been locked up for their strange utterances.


        • StewGreen says:

          And one of the leaders was the the Witch Finder General Pippa Crerar from the Daily Mirror
          First she tweets the conspiracy Theory
          and then adds
          “Worth saying there are other suggestions about what Boris Johnson was up to last weekend”
          and a link to HER OWN effing paper’s story on the christening as if its less likely to be true

          And note the conspiracy theory was that Boris was secretly visiting Lebedev
          But when it was confirmed the airport man was Blair
          She like the rest of MSM doesn’t even question if Blair was visiting Lebedev ?.


  2. Ian Rushlow says:

    The BBC helpfully publishes an article on when you have to wear a muzzle. There are nine photographs to illustrate it. Eight of them are of females, one is of a male. Seven of them depict wimmin’ of color (mainly the same one), only two depict people who could be described as ‘conventionally British/European’. White males comprise 40% of the population of this country – not a single one is shown.



  3. StewGreen says:

    Lincoln : overnight the market building was broken nto and all their till smashed up
    to get at the petty cash/floats

    Lincoln is not a big crime city
    where the police chief spends all her time helping BLM marches.
    And the PCC is obsessed about spending extra money f0r green light bulbs.


  4. richard D says:

    BBC R4 Today programme this morning – Lisa Nandy (Shadow Foreign Secretary) given absolutely free rein in her interview with Mishal Hussain…… asked how Mr Starmer would change the Labour Party and its policies, waffled for a couple of seconds about how the Lasbour Party needed to be the hopey-changey party, before launching into an attack on the Conservative Party.

    Uninterrupted, natch.

    Hussain feebly tried again to get an answer – got the same response, so changed tack and asked her questions which Nandy simply side-stepped and launched into the Conservative party again and again. NO interruptions, No challenges from Hussain, no demands to answer the specific questions she had been asked – nowt.

    Same interviewer , an hour later, talks all over Michael Gove, Government MInister, makes snide comments when she doesn’t get the answers she wants. Gove is, as ever it seems, these days, infinitely polite, showing Mishal Hussain up big time, and even gave her a one-word answer at one point which completely stymied Hussain, because she hadn’t obviously read far enough ahead in her scripted faux exasperation….

    She has history with this, and her bias is just so obvious, it’s quite a shame she has no talent to back it up.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I think nandy falls into that pousonous ‘ friend of the programme ‘ category …

      As for shallow hussain – i think she just reads the production briefs and knoes shes fire proof


  5. richard D says:

    The BBC seems to keep going on, these days, about the ‘sheer gall’ of Donald Trump in defying the precedent of a President not being able to appoint, in a Presidential Eelection year, a new Member of the Supreme Court of the US (SCOTUS).

    BBC fails to point out, ever, that this ‘informal rule’ has a codicil attached (defined, it would appear, originally by the Democrats) that there should be no appointments to SCOTUS in a Presidential Election year ‘where the President and the Senate majority are of different parties’.

    2016, where Democrats keep blaming the Republicans for not electing a Democrat member of Scotus was where Obama (who wanted to nominate Merrick Garland, a left-winger), and the Senate Majority, were of different parties, and the Republicans, with a majority of the Senate, perfectly within their rights, said that they would not agree to his nomination to the SCOTUS.

    This year, the President and the Senate, who have the final say, are from the same party – so the ‘exclusionary rule’ does not apply.

    There have been many SCOTUS members appointed in Presidential Election Years, and in far less time than exists before the current Presidential Election (one such beneficiary, was, of course, Ruth Bader Ginsberg).

    Ah, well, don’t depend on the BBC to give you anything but a slanted view….and, of course, bias by omission.


  6. theisland says:

    Richard Drax MP for South Dorset.


    • Jeff says:

      Thank Christ there’s somebody, because as far as I can see Parliament is proving to be utterly useless. Kier Starmer tries to score some snide political points, but essentially agrees and the bovine back benchers bray their compliance and chortle “Hear hear.” They’re worse than pathetic.

      I’m a freedom loving Englishman and I loathe what’s happening to our country. Never in a million years did I think I’d hear a British prime minister, particularly Boris, threaten his own people with the army…and not for the despicable act of desecrating the Cenotaph or vandalising Winston Churchill’s statue, oh no. This action will be taken for the heinous crime of not wearing a face nappy or inviting too many people into your house. I just can’t get my head around it.

      This insane over reaction is beyond belief.
      And those that don’t resist this authoritarian junta are beneath contempt…


  7. theisland says:


    The father of eight-year-old Saffie-Rose Roussos – the youngest person to die in the Manchester Arena bombing – told the public inquiry that lessons should already have been learned from past terrorism attacks.

    The life of his daughter ‘is not a practice exercise for the security services or the emergency services’, Andrew Roussos said.

    Mr Roussos – who described Saffie-Rose as ‘my star, my admiration, my perfect daughter’ – stood up to address the inquiry’s chairman, Sir John Saunders, after his wife, Lisa, paid tribute to their daughter.

    He said the ‘biggest lesson and wake-up call should have come from 7/7 and 9/11’ – the terror attacks in London and New York.

    Mr Roussos said that if lessons were still being learned in 2020, ‘nothing will ever change’.

    He said: “Sir, could I just say something.

    “With the highest respect I feel I need to say this.

    “What we are all going through, the failures we are all listening to and the excuses we will all sit through, needs to stop.

    “Enough is enough, Sir.

    “The biggest lesson and wake-up call should have come from 7/7 and 9/11.

    The bBC do not mention 7/7 and 9/11


    • Guest Who says:

      Such dignity, such eloquence, such restraint.

      And all the more damning for it.

      I doubt I would have the fortitude.

      What the bbc does not mention in facilitating such atrocities is a matter of sad and sorry record.


  8. Guest Who says:

    Just caught a clip of a WH briefing with the press sec and what seemed to be Jim Acosta alone in a sea of chairs, pulling a Bane cosplay attempt.

    Go into the realms of hypothetical, say what he and Lurch are trying to pull pays off, what are these sad little men going to do afterwards? It is all they have.


  9. StewGreen says:

    R4 Costing the Earth
    I never listen cos basically it’s just a platform for Green NGOs to push propaganda.

    Today it was Surfers Against Sewage
    .. Their dramatic claim was
    “Surfers have 3 times the count of anti-biotic resistant bugs than the general public
    What causes that .. ah must be sewage in the water”

    So surprisingly Surfers Against Sewage say sewage is harming surfers.
    Except this claim can be picked apart.
    #1 The prog presented no claim that surfers are getting sicker
    #2 It was also said that sea mammals like dolphin have a higher count of anti-biotic resistant bugs
    The claimed sequitur was that MUST be from antibiotics in human poo coming into sewage and then into the sea when storm drains are flooded

    .. Erm Sure mammals in one environment will have different bacteria to others
    The porpoises an surfers spend a lot of time getting fit in salt water. I suspect one part is that the the bugs that are NOT resistant to anti-biotics are not resistant to salt water and exercise so that pushes down the count ..and therefore the resistant bugs occupy the space.

    They were in Newquay and asked the SaS spokesman he pointed at a little stream and he explained that occasionally heavy rain washes sewage into the sea.
    Come on it’s not going to happen often, and the area isn’t very highly populated
    Other coastal ports where people don’t surf are going to have more sewage.

    With a repuation for alarmism the prog brought on Dame Sally Davies -UK Special Envoy for Antimicrobial Resistance
    implied that if human anti-biotic laden poo still flowed into the sea in future well will 10 million deaths per year.
    Such predictions are The “All Other Things Being Equal” fallacy
    ie assuming here that we in future won’t find new anti-biotic tech.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Yet all the time, Stew, the media – and other environmental groups – say humans and farm animals are pumped so full of antibiotics on a regular basis that we all leak them out into streams and rivers and the sea – and now the fish – are also full of antibiotics. That would rather cancel out all the germs that the Surfers Campaign Group are worried about and might/would explain why the surfers – as you rightly point out – are not getting sick.


  10. Eddy Booth says:

    UFC cage fighter MAGA hat wearing Colby Covington gets a congratulatory call from President Trump, after his win this weekend. ( His opponent make a big issue of black lives matter..)
    Love his sheer joy and pride about the call .
    Smart move from Trump too.
    Guess the BBC didn’t cover it..


  11. theisland says:


    According to Breitbart 40 MPs from the ERG and the “Common Sense Group” are reportedly planning to refuse to take unconscious bias training.
    Let us hope so.
    However, someone commented “Just 40 out of 364 “conservatives “… God help us!!”
    There are so many with no principles. But we already know that.


    • taffman says:

      Al Beeb should “take the unconscious bias training” before they get de-funded.


  12. StewGreen says:

    Did you know that that the British public know damn well the British advertising industry have gone wacky with tickboxing BAME and disproportionately over representing them ?

    14% in the real world
    Despite this Twitter advert


  13. taffman says:

    I have heard that Boris could bring out the army ? If true is it against us Brits or is it to stop the Channel Invaders ?


    • Up2snuff says:

      Neither, taffman. It’s to ‘help’.

      Either ‘help’ the Police if they are overstretched chasing drunken folk at a party and BLM decide to have a demo or in logistics, such as delivery of PPE materials or Covid testing kits. That’s what I understood from TWatO today.


      • Darcy3 says:

        Anyones frustration at the resumption of lockdown only has to look at news pictures from the last month:

        any beaches and the morons on them

        any black demonstrators around the country congregating in thousands for no reason that affects them other than the reason to riot which always seems a good thing for them to do

        any muslims refusing to stop congregating (including the muslim Luton mayor) because they have no respect for our laws

        And we all have to pay the price for these morons

        and the icing on the cake: they call the virus racist ffs


        • G says:

          Soon, we should start to see videos again on YT of masses of police retreating somewhere in Londonistan faced by large crowds of violent blacks partying at 2 AM. If not, why not…………
          Let’s see how this £1000 fining goes for the foreign imports.


  14. Darcy3 says:

    I am fully aware of the “unconscious bias” crap. having been on the required courses, why is it crap ? my Zimbabwian friend tells me all about his “tribalism” which is quite open as all can see through the shite hole that comprises most of Africa, and the middle east yet, when they get here they expect to be treated with none of that human instinct ?

    dismantle the racism laws and the fortune we pay to their lawyers


  15. StewGreen says:

    MSM “yeh Orange mad bad, bad, his tweets are nonsense”


  16. Darcy3 says:

    I mean that, it is becoming more evident that the UK and the USA are being overtaken by a shadow organisation that are already threatening mass riots if Trump gets re elected if that is not of major concern thedemocracy is lost already

    an organisation that can block all roads into Cambridge for two bloody weeks with the police standing by and watching, allowed to vandalise Trinity college with the police standing by and watching….

    try doing that yourself and see what happens

    the most talented and educated experts of history in this country sacked for telling the truth even those who write fiction for not the right messages

    Disgusting, the Nazis killed people these are killing culture and ideas and opinions


  17. StewGreen says:

    “Friends is following race-baity trend”

    SlyNew’s headline is also following a clickbaity trend
    “One of the most famous episodes of Friends is set to be re-enacted with an all-black cast”

    Actually it’s not a full production piece
    “Gabrielle Union Will Host A Virtual ‘Friends’ *Table Read*”


  18. StewGreen says:

    Neil Hamilton UKIP leader just sent this

    We must:
    – Fight to ensure complete withdrawal from the EU.
    – Stand with the overwhelming majority of British people who demand an end to mass, unrestricted immigration.
    – Call out Conservative, Labour and Lib Dem politicians for allowing bogus asylum seekers to land and remain in the UK indefinitely.
    – Defend British culture and heritage against the Far Left “Woke” agenda disguised as political correctness.
    – Defund the BBC, who have been complicit in pedalling anti-British dogma venerated by the Black Lives Matter Movement, Extinction Rebellion and Antifa.
    – Establish UKIP as the only true Unionist party in Britain, campaigning to scrap the devolved administrations in Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff – which have increasingly threatened to break up the United Kingdom over the last 20 years.


    • taffman says:

      Wise words from Neil Hamilton
      Apparently he comes from Taffland . Can any true Tory voter disagree with him ?


  19. Sluff says:

    In 1987 I spent time in Egypt. In the far south, coffee coloured inhabitants gave way to very black inhabitants, known to us back then as Nubian.
    As we wondered around Abu Simbel in the boiling heat of 8am we realised our black Nubian guide had a definite superior advantage. Better resistance than us to sunburn. I’ve never thought negatively about indigenous southern Egyptians.

    Today we visited a National Trust garden. At the top of some steps, on each side, were two torch holders, around 3-4 feet high. They were ceramic, in human form and in Egyptian style, black statues with gold features of clothing and headgear. ‘Aha’ I instinctively thought, ‘Nubian Egyptian’ figures. Very nice.

    Then I read the information board.

    It was an apology for the slavery of Africans in Egypt, allusions to British colonialism, a grovelling apology for the statues being there at all and a commitment to remove the statues and place them in a more appropriate setting.

    They’re trying to tell me what to think of Nubian Egyptians.
    As Scandanavian autistic teenagers sometimes say, ‘How dare they’.

    What an utterly pathetic, spineless, LeftMob- supporting, virtue-signalling, woke, pile of horse-shit the National Trust has become.


    • Darcy3 says:

      Muslim slavers where is the mention ? not the bbc narrativ like muslim gang rapists

      the bbc has a massive silence when it comes to paki rapists


    • tomo says:

      around the same time I worked in Egypt and recall Nubians getting sunburn … we gave them calamine lotion to sooth it …


  20. StewGreen says:

    Perugia : MSM are so reluctant to own up
    We get #denial and victim blaming from them instead

    Rob Freeman The guy works in a Uni educating journos
    & in BBC developing new media methods
    FFS !


  21. taffman says:

    “But critics have warned the changes risk damaging the UK’s international standing.”
    Great Britain has almost always obeyed international laws to the detriment of its own people, eg Human Rights, EU laws etc . What about the rights of the people that live in these islands ?
    Time to put Great Britain first.
    Start by de-funding the BBC because its not British any more


  22. taffman says:

    “Covid: Pubs in Wales to close at 22:00 from Thursday”
    This edict is very silly . Covid does not or cannot tell the time.
    ‘The lunatics have taken over the asylum’………………..


  23. taffman says:

    \\UK sends US evidence on Islamic State ‘Beatles’//
    About time.


  24. JimS says:

    Radio 4 Extra is touting for ‘joke’ writers for Newsjack.

    We are told that the sort of material that they are looking for will ‘ridicule government ministers and bring shadow ministers out from obscurity’.

    Writing about politicians that no-one has heard of seems pretty pointless to me but I guess in W1AA they are interested in these things.

    Wouldn’t it serve the public better if they ‘ridiculed shadow ministers and brought some of the junior ministers out from obscurity’? But that would bury them in Twitter guano I expect.

    Talking of jokes, Radio 5 Hospital Radio was talking about Tesla cars. A female with a scratchy voice said her friend had one – there was a little laugh that ‘they couldn’t be working for the BBC’ (Morecambe and Wise, 1066, BBC suits, small ‘checks’).

    My brother had a friend who was an unknown presenter on BBC local radio and he was on three times the national average salary, I expect Radio 5 Hospital Radio pays a good bit more, (and even more if you are a woman).


  25. AsISeeIt says:

    Unless you really want to have a rehash of the latest daft lockdown annoucements then a newspaper review will provide thin gruel this a.m.

    No prizes for guessing the subject matter of today’s newspaper headlines to which we are waking up.

    Speaking of being woke and of the award of pointless prizes, the ‘i’ informs us: ‘Bafta members rebel over ban on all-white shortlists’ – maybe when there’s a ban on the all-black final of the Olympic 100 meters?

    The FT prides itself on informing us of developments in economic markets: ‘Virus forces drug dealers to switch to home delivery’ – cocaine-deliveroo? splif-ocado? Actually I’m heartned by this news. It goes to show no matter how hard governmental control tries to clamp down with new restrictions the free market will still find a way.

    On this same theme the FT tells us: ‘Facebook pledges to restrict content in event of chaotic US election result’ – point one: Facebook already censors and point two: see above the free market in “chaos content” will find a platform elsewhere.

    The Star disappoints with their thought for the day: ‘It’s a topsy-turvy world we’re living in’ – although their free giveaway booklet is aptly titled: ‘Puzzle Planet’ – one suspects Dawn Neesom will be speaking sense when she requests we: ‘Call time on covid’ – but her opinion is deep down on page 17 and beyond our remit.

    Can we just get one thing straight – and this applies both to the Daily Mail headline writers and to some wishful-thinking posters hereabouts? We don’t have an army anymore, ok?

    There’s no such thing as “calling the army out” or “calling the army in” for that matter. There simply is no such thing as regiments of eager disciplined soldierboys just waiting in barracks for the bugle to blow or the drum to beat or whatever.

    Think about this: A recent report concerned with extremism in the forces indentified “patriotism” as a dangerous warning sign.

    So when the Daily Mail shrieks: ‘PM’s draconian orders to last SIX months… He even sends in the Army’ – I’ll tell you exactly who is going to enforce pub curfews in little man Khan’s London and they won’t be in khaki – diversity hire plastic coppers…the long and the short and the tall… the fat and the black and the brown… the gay and the trans and the female – sod ’em all.. PCSOs that’s who! I’ll tell you who are going to enforce the SNP restrictions north of the border and it ain’t the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders – it will be local authority clipboard wielding, on the spot fine dispensing, high-viz numpties.


  26. Guest Who says:

    BBC Fact Check might need to close for maintenance.

    Jon and Katty have headed for The Hill.


  27. taffman says:

    “Brexit letter warns of 7,000-truck queues in Kent”
    If true, the government should have contingency plans . This is when the army should be brought in , not to put down the people. The army should be used to stop the channel invaders. Tory ranks are not happy .


    • JimS says:

      A sizeable proportion of those hypothetical lorries will be Polish and Spanish and if the EU continues to negotiate ‘in good faith(!)’ even more so.

      I can’t see the EU being very happy if a large part of their lorry fleet is tied up doing nothing.

      Suppose a lorry is on its way back to Holland to fetch in a new batch of Tasteless Tomatoes. With no lorry the Dutch will have to dump their crop and will receive no payment from the UK customer. But for the media such a scenario is always our problem.


      • Peter Grimes says:

        “ A sizeable proportion of those hypothetical lorries will be Polish and Spanish and if the EU continues to negotiate ‘in good faith(!)’ even more so.”

        Or Oirish, if they ever make it across to the UK that is, or if they can afford the tolls which we should levy for their use/abuse of our motorways.


      • Peter Grimes says:

        John Redwood’s Diary the other day had a piece about lots of new greenhouse capacity being planned in East Anglia, enough for 12% of our tomato consumption.

        From January we should be subsidising much more of this.


  28. Guest Who says:

    BBC Moaning Emole


    ‘Protect women from hate’

    The Law Commission – the body which keeps the law in England and Wales under review – is recommending for the first time that women should be protected under hate crime laws. A crime is considered more serious if it involves a hate element and the change would see misogyny treated in the same way as other discrimination, like racism or homophobia, when it’s a motivating factor.

    Seven police forces in England and Wales already class misogyny as a hate crime, but the definition hasn’t been adopted across the board. Campaigners welcomed the proposal, among them Labour MP Stella Creasy, who called it “our moment for change”.


    Vile is putting YAB forward as Ministress of Lady Hate.



    • Darcy3 says:

      In all my 40 years in the workplace, I have witnessed hate a few times, each and every time of workplace bullying it has been one or more women

      they form gangs, they suck up to the boss flirting etc and then target vulnerable people

      I have seen the same behaviour so many times in different places that it is no coincidence

      I have seen an 18 year old attractive female in her first job reduced to tears and walking out of a job through this by fat ugly jelous females

      bullying by men in the workplace is relatively rare as confrontation and violence is a consequence whereas women operate more subtely, although I have often felt that some deserve a punch in the face for their actions as above


  29. Guest Who says:

    Also in the ‘mole:


    The pop star doctor who answered the Covid call

    Singer-songwriter Gordi thinks it’s “incredibly selfish” not to wear a face mask during the pandemic. As a practising doctor in hospitals around the state of Victoria, she’s perhaps more qualified than most musicians to talk on the topic. Other artists such as Noel Gallagher, Ian Brown and Jim Corr have all recently rejected the face covering. But Gordi, who decided to help out on the wards again after coronavirus put paid to her tour with US indie-folk stars Bon Iver, is urging anyone with a mask aversion to reconsider.

    Read full analysis >

    Paul Glynn
    Entertainment & arts reporter, BBC News

    Ma and Pa Glynn must have been thrilled when junior got this gig, what with the ‘analysis’ and all.

    As a side note, this Pulitzer worthy piece travels far and embraces many. Some I have never heard of.


  30. Guest Who says:

    BBC Asian Network steering clear?


    • Darcy3 says:

      “trying to help” ?? what about dragging them into court and locking them up ?

      oh I forgot if you are black you are a victim not a criminal as you stab and mug and sell drugs


    • G says:

      Tanzania is mainly Christian. Muslims, roughly 35%. So, BBC why do we have to see your preferred religion represented in the photograph?


      This is the subtle style of propaganda favoured by our own, “Worlds Most Trusted Broadcaster”
      Thank goodness a increasing number of people understand the BBC’s modus operandi.


  31. Guest Who says:

    I am not impressed with the government.

    I am even less impressed with the media.

    But, then, there is what gets served up by Labour grandees….


    There must be urgent action to stop a jobs and living standards catastrophe.

    This means:
    ➡️ Extending the furlough scheme;
    ➡️ Raising the level of Statutory Sick Pay for all;
    ➡️ Banning evictions and support for renters;
    ➡️ Large scale support for industry and public services.


    Now, the odds of this lot being ‘analysed’ by Toenails, Laura, etc?

    Our tenant went on furlough February and withheld rent until we put our feet down. Got upset that they had to find the funds from family as opposed to us.

    Just got back from a holiday overseas. Celebrated in the garden with all their mates with several cases of Stella.

    Try that stunt again, chum….


    • Darcy3 says:

      I am the only one going to work in our street but nothing to do with furlough a lot to do with single parent females given free housing and partying in the garden shouting on their £500 iphones etc all day and night thank god for the end of summer

      they say eugenics is a bad thing, maybe but the thousands doing the above makes me wonder why we should pay for this

      not a single one has done a days work in their lives

      I have one child but I am paying for the upkeep of thousands of them

      as in the above post I am reminded of Thatchers remark: the government has no money it is ours that we give to them

      and labour seem to have great ideas how to steal taxpayers money

      and when they crack down on benefits one struggles to believe how many suddenly become “disabled”

      this summer my whole street is a full time disabled garden party walking down to the off licence and back loaded with lager and fags


      • Darcy3 says:

        it is one thing to spout on twitter etc as a socialist attacking trump and boris as uncaring etc, it is quite another to look out of my bedroom window and watch these social leeches in action

        especially when they keep me awake at 2 am when i have to get up for work to pay for their benefits

        abolutely no consideration for neighbours, only themselves and their rights

        as I said before thank god for the equinox at least they will be out of their gardens now


        • Guest Who says:

          The concept of fixing the roof while the sun shines never occurs to Labour’s core.

          And that is why the pols start looking at folk with savings when their lardberg base suddenly faces a decision between ten pints by midnight every night, or paying bills. Our tenant also has Sky with full sports package.

          The entire benefits scheme is a farce.


  32. Guest Who says:

    Lewis and Jon need to dig up another cousin, pronto.


  33. Foscari says:

    I honestly believe that the Marxist anarchist hierarchy at
    the BBC want a racist war in the UK to bring down the
    You don’t have to be a brain surgeon to understand that they have all but become the media outlet of the BLM .Just watch their
    “feature” on their internet pages about the more than 200,00
    deaths in the USA from the Chinese virus.” Whats behind the
    unequal threat to covid.” This a perfect example of the BBC doing
    the BLM’S bidding.This obsession by the BBC is beyond belief ,but it’s true,