Weekend Thread 3 October 2020

Another quiet weekend ….with Far left biased Anti Trump BBC Beauties queuing up to wish the worst for the current President . So no change …..

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  1. Anders Thomasson says:

    First! Get Well Soon President Trump


    • StewGreen says:

      Catchup links to previous thread
      page 4 started 9:30am Friday
      It ends with the excellent video on how to politely cancel your TV licence & get a refund etc.
      page 3


  2. Brainwashing British Children says:

    The most vicious piece of anti-British propaganda I have ever read was the lead story on the BBC’s news channel for children throughout Friday. It was so long and detailed the BBC even had a summary article on it:


    This article emotionally targets British children into shame and hatred of their cultural history and incites them to topple, remove, burn down statues, monuments, street signs and buildings. This piece of anti-British propaganda was written with the help of Dr. Katie Donington a young white feminist academic activist who is Senior Lecturer in History at London South Bank University. It is academic activists like her that have been directly responsible for inciting their students and local communities (through outreach programmes) onto rampages through cities destroying anything they are told is connected with British colonialism and slavery.

    The BBC are using the British Black History Month to incite British children to further shame and hatred of their own British Culture and urging them into direct action for destruction.

    That the BBC are allowed to do this just shows how far the British political system has been allowed to sink into the abyss, with people voting for mainstream parties out of habit or reputation whereas in fact none of them actually care about you.


    • Up2snuff says:

      Funny, I thought.

      I thought funny.

      I thought my eyes had gone.

      ‘ere Pete, can you see a City in that picture?

      That picture, Dudley? No, I cannot. And I’m not looking at it through the bottom of a pint mug.

      Well Pete, I’ve tried both of those views – pint mug and ViewDirect – and even resorted to a glass of the magnifying variety ‘sans liquide’ without success. I can’t see a City there at all. You got time for another pint?


    • Dave S says:

      These people start our history at around the time slavery was happening. Anything before that is deemed not to exist. The cathedrals of the middle ages were clearly built on the profits of slavery. The driving force behind the early railway builders was Quaker money. They were some of the worst slavers of all.
      The great wealth of this fertile land that really made this country was homegrown. Crops and sheep and cattle. In vast numbers. At the Weyhill Autumn fair upwards of 200,000 sheep were sold. That was in the early 19th century.
      We have been blessed with really productive land and made the best of it. You could reverse the argument and say that this wealth enabled those merchants to build the ships and become slavers. Poor men do not make good slave traders.
      As usual the truth is much more complicated.


    • Dave S says:

      These people start our history at around the time slavery was happening. Anything before that is deemed not to exist. The cathedrals of the middle ages were clearly built on the profits of slavery. The driving force behind the early railway builders was Quaker money. They were some of the worst slavers of all.
      The great wealth of this fertile land that really made this country was homegrown. Crops and sheep and cattle. In vast numbers. At the Weyhill Autumn fair upwards of 200,000 sheep were sold. That was in the early 19th century.
      We have been blessed with really productive land and made the best of it. You could reverse the argument and say that this wealth enabled those merchants to build the ships and become slavers. Poor men do not make good slave traders.
      As usual the truth is much more complicated.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      As usual, the BBC uses censorship to produce its propaganda.

      They used to call it the first British Empire, followed by the second British Empire. The first British Empire ended with the loss of America and the abolition of slavery. In Hull they have a statue of a Hull MP called William Wilberforce. Hull was the third biggest port in the first British Empire, its trade was based on the Baltic and Whaling, then in the second British Empire it was based on the industrial revolution and fishing.

      Victory over Napoleon made the British Empire the worlds biggest ever superpower. With the surrender of France and Spain. France and Spain agreed to end the slave trade and give Britain some French and Spanish colonies in the West Indies. The Royal Navy in the second British Empire continued to force other nations to end slavery. After 1844 the only problems with the illegal practice of slavery within the British Empire was conducted by Muslims. Since the decline of the British Empire, modern slavery has greatly expanded within the Islamic world. But with little concern from white middle-class liberals, more concerned with 18th century slavery, since George Floyd’s face reminded them of it.

      Liberals today can only fight against slavery by fighting Muslims, but regard that as racist, so pull down statues of people who were forgiven by the Christian abolitionist of the past, who then went on to fight against the slavery which continued outside of the British Empire. Unlike Liberals, Christians forgave those who gave up slavery rather than dwell on the past. That attitude freed Christians to fight against modern slave owners rather than dead men in stone or with a grave stone to smash.

      Liberals fight against slavery in the past, but not in the present day. So unlike Christians, Liberals have never and will never actually free a slave, but have already forgiven the Muslim owner, by looking the other way.

      As someone who was baptised and not a Liberal. I therefore obviously think it would be more practical to smash the BBC than smash the grave of Karl Marx.


    • G says:

      Surely, if you eradicate or air brush out an, ‘important’ aspect of a history, it leaves it wide open to being repeated because there is no historic terms of reference. Perhaps the blacks are touting for a repeat? Just sayin.


    • Doublethinker says:

      The distortion of history continues. Slavery or serfdom, much the same thing, of the indigenous people was widespread throughout Europe until the eighteenth and nineteenth century . It survived in Russia until the second half of the 19 th century.
      The main reason that black people were transported to tropical plantations was that they could stand the climate better than Euopeans, otherwise I’m sure whites would have been working the plantations. During the 18 and 19th century when some Brits made vast fortunes based on sugar, coffee and tobacco from the tropics using black slaves, ordinary folks in Europe were working from the age of seven in mills , mines or farms making money for the owners. Life for most , black or white , was hard , unforgiving and short.
      Somehow it seems that only black slaves are to be remembered , only the harsh treatment they endured is to be the subject of TV programmes. It is conveniently forgotten that white Europeans suffered as harshly at the hands of their ‘betters’ but their story is being over written by the Woke.
      I do think that many Woke folk think that that all Europeans had an easy life paid for the exclusively by the work of black slaves in the plantations and complete ignorance of history is the root of their white guilt and white privileged nonsense. For stance Prince Harry the Woke, Harry’s ancestors certainly profited greatly from slavery , mine on the other hand almost certainly did not. If he knew any history he would keep his mouth shut.


    • Scronker says:

      I recommend the book, LABOUR AND THE GULAG by Giles Udy. It tells how the minority Labour government (supported by the Liberals) in the years before the second world war turned a blind eye to the existence of Russian slave camps when undertaking trade deals with the Soviets. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children froze, or starved to death or shot by the communists while cutting and transporting timber in northern Russia for export to the UK. In spite of overwhelming evidence of slavery, Labour ministers supported the Russian communists who they claimed were undertaking “A Great Experiment’. They even tried to redefine the word ‘slavery’ to justify their policy. The prime minister at the time was Ramsay MacDonald. Why are these political parties not condememned now for their association with slavery? Why has Labour’s connection with the slave trade not been mentioned by the BBC in their anti-slavery campaign? Might it be because these slaves were white? Will the BBC support the pulling down of statues of MacDonald?


    • carterdaniel says:

      The Pyramids.

      They should be destroyed


  3. theleftwilleatitself says:

    This is a funny old site when you really think about it because 99% of the posters dislike al beeb but quite a lot of them still listen to it or watch it in some shape or form 👍🏻
    Now this isn’t a criticism of those that still do, each to their own, but how can you say al beeb is terrible and biased etc, and still pay the licence fee? 🤔
    But I appreciate those that do as they call out the little weasels for exactly what they are 🤬
    Have a good weekend all and batten down the hatches 😬 🌀 ☔


    • Anders Thomasson says:

      See Brainwashing British Children above… we watch to call them out on and to warn everyone else about their behaviour. We can’t let the BBC go unchecked.


    • Fedup2 says:

      The left – part of the problem is the monopoly position the BBC holds . It is very difficult to avoid – and I do my best . As has been said – it would be great to have a contra view to defend the BBC but there really are very few defence lines – such as –

      1 it’s upsetting left and right ( raised as a deflecter by lefties )

      2 it must be okay because of the figures ( caused by the monopoly position )

      3 it has a world wide reputation ( a post empire affection from the ill informed )

      4 people still pay ( because they are scared of a court appearance )

      Fortunately for people who want their BBC destroyed – the strategy of trying to compete with the online broadcasters to ‘get the youngsters ‘ is doomed …..


      • dfhunter says:

        fed – love this blog, need to speak truth to lies & you & others do just that.

        Thank God I am not alone In thinking the BBC & most tv channels have lost touch with the average (dare I say wh**e) UK viewer.

        ps – 63yrs old Scot from IOM


    • Up2snuff says:

      tlwei, how else can we not criticise fairly without listening to BBC R4, for example?

      Oh, I suppose we could do it the BBC way as they do with President Trump. We could make up something damaging about the BBC and insist they said it or doctor a recording to make it incriminating or repeat lies about BBC personnel.

      Just like the BBC did this morning: repeating the lie that President said you should inject bleach to cure Covid-19. But we are not like that on here. I’m not going to play the way the Beeb do.


      • theleftwilleatitself says:

        Completely agree AT, Fedup and Up2 but you see my point that this site is a complete contradiction of itself 🤔
        Vive le site though 👍🏻
        Or should it be la 😉


        • Fedup2 says:

          The left – yes it is a contradiction . I used to listen to toady as a kid – no Tony Blackburn radio 1 breakfast show for me . But in the end I found myself listening to it for this site because I hated every minute of it . And then I stopped . Luckily better things have come along which replaces BBC radio and TV .

          I repeat my regret that the only dissenters we get are cut and paste 0200 trolls and the occasional sneerer…. i really would enjoy someone trying to convince me of the ‘goodness ‘ of the BBC and it’s actual neutrality as opposed to the way I see the monster …..
          Stoking up racial disorder
          Project fear
          Undermining national morale
          Running a Marxist anti british agenda
          Dumbing down
          And more


          • theleftwilleatitself says:

            Well said Fedup, vive le Spurs 🇮🇱


            • Fedup2 says:

              Nice flag – if you haven’t seen the prime documentary about the chosen one and some team he is currently managing have a butchers – Maccabee got a grilling eh ?


        • Brainwashing British Children says:

          The only contradiction I see is the BBC and its charter and the fact that our political system allows it to get away with it. This website allows concerned individuals to document that contradiction.


          • Sluff says:

            Surely the key point here is that the licence fee has to be paid in order to see ANY terrestrial television. Including those lovely British films on Talking Pictures and rural America on DMax.

            But since only the BBC gains financially from it then we are right to tune in and provide critique.


        • StewGreen says:

          I don’t think the BBC is 100% evil. I’m sure there are lots of good people in it
          It is the top management’s fault that much of the output is unfair
          & they have allowed entryism and fostered this groupthink metroliberal culture that leads to relentless propaganda.
          It is also the governments fault for not getting a grip earlier, the way Ofcom is super biased and rubber stamps the BBC is an issue.

          And it’s not just the BBC and Ofcom this metroliberal group think not only pervades most media, but the education system, NGOs & charities.
          It is real Animal Farm/1984 situation where this overclass rule over us normal people who have to pay taxes and are denied a fair say.


    • JimS says:

      You don’t need to pay the licence fee to listen to the radio, read the BBC website or listen to ‘Sounds’.

      You don’t need to listen to BBC radio, read their web stuff or listen to ‘Sounds’ but you must know that other people do and they are being exposed to that output and they have a vote that might be influenced by what the BBC feeds them and that ultimately will affect you.

      (I don’t have children at school but I worry about what is taught there as one day those children will be adults with jobs and votes and that will impact me.)


    • Doublethinker says:

      It is vital that some anti BBC folks do still put their health on the line and watch at least some of its output. Seriously I gave up watching or listening to the BBC four or five years because i was getting so annoyed by the bias , the anti British lies , the lauding of the EU etc that my wife decreed that it wasn’t worth it. So we now confine our selves to old recordings of Antiques Road Trip, Portillo , Gardeners world.We fast forward through the Woke bits which have invaded even these programmes. We never listen to any BBC radio.
      I take my hat off to those who still endure the unendurable so that the rest of us can be kept informed of the what the mad, bad BBC is upto.


  4. Doobster78 says:

    Another retailer to scrub off the list !!! PATHETIC virtue signalling nonsense.

    The replies indicate a own goal of Gerald Ratner proportions 👍


    • StewGreen says:

      ratioed 645 Likes to 1,500 replies

      BTW it doesn’t take many BAME in a board for them to be overrepresented.

      For Argos seems one of eight is BAME so that is about right. (Tanuj Kapilashrami. )


    • StewGreen says:

      Accused of advantaging black people


      • dfhunter says:

        @StewGreen – OCTOBER 2, 2020 AT 11:45 PM
        thanks for the “Laurence Fox” link.

        given how this guy has been targeted/lost work etc for his honest views on the situation, why has nobody set up a crowdfund for him?

        I’d give the guy a helping hand.

        ps – no idea how to set this up!!!


      • JamesArthur says:

        Yep Doob
        Another on the list. Why do they do this (assuming it is a real company messsage)? In a country that is actually only about 4% Black. As many tweets have said –
        1. It assumes all BAMES think the same way due to their colour
        2. It segregates and doesn’t bring people together
        3. It insults the vast bulk of the customers by inference

        So no more Sainsbury’s – although I had almost stopped going because of their stupid queuing systems – Aldi much better and supports British producers


        • Guest Who says:

          Going well for them.

          Twitter does seem to at least bring the weaker ones in the herd to more immediate attention.


    • Van Helsing says:

      I wonder how Sainsbury’s non-BAME staff feel about this, given that their livelihoods could be affected if disgruntled shoppers accept the invitation to take their business elsewhere.

      Then again, perhaps they don’t really matter…


      • StewGreen says:

        Is it Wokebury’s or InSanes-burys ?

        On ratioing they have clawed back up with 3,800 likes now vs 2,300 replies
        but quote tweets are almost always negative
        and currently they are double the straight retweet click.


  5. Philip_2 says:

    Reading the Daily Mail Letters page today (friday): ‘The National Trust has become just like the BBC – a Left wing liberal organisation with a political agenda – It even had a position on Brexit’ The writer is a long term NT volunteer (the NT relies on such part-time volunteers to run many aspects of the Trust). She is disgusted at how the trust is now run. She points out the trust has lost its way from it founding fathers and is now totally committed to left wing bias: ‘Climate Change’, ‘LGBT rights’, ‘BLM’ and ‘Diversity’ are now the new priorities bordering on ‘obsession’. She states that the National Trust seems determined that the majority will have to change to make way to suit the minority… At the same time (she states) 1,200 staff are now facing redundancy.

    The National Trust (newish) Head is a left wing acolyte, stuffed like the Environmental Agency (that flooded half of Somerset) seems to mirror a common purpose exactly matching that of the BBC. Of course it could just all be a totally coincidental, that such a former conservative (small c) institution has to bow down to the new communal obsession with race, class and sexual preferences.

    The National Trust has gone down hill fast, as these comments testify, it really has gone bad to worse. Take a look at the comments below and weep for the nation.



    • Sluff says:

      You missed out the latest fixation, slavery links.
      Which are even used to apologise for Egyptian statues FFS.
      Try Cliveden as proof.


    • brexiteerkent says:

      Thank you Philip. One of the things I really like about this biased BBC website is links like this that appear leading to discoveries sometimes slightly off the BBC topic but that reassure me that I am not alone .


  6. Philip_2 says:

    Reading the Daily Mail feature article on Rolls Royce. Rolls Royce races to raise £5bn as it fights for survival. Caught my eye as in another article (about the BBC generosity forced to consider if its paying BBC STARS too much such as ‘Zoe Ball’ (I can do without a million pounds). Gary Linekar (I can do with the cash), or Graham Norton (who wonders if he’s worth it).

    The BBC has an annual income of £5b. It produces little in (international) sales and has a total stranglehold on (UK) TV and Radio media. It stifles competition, produces mediocre programs. Repeats over 40% all content and funds the highest salaries in the UK with mind boggling pensions that are beyond the reach of mere mortals.

    I know which to support and which to de-fund. The choice is obvious. De-fund the BBC and save Rolls-Royce. The BBC has the same money each year, Rolls-Royce depends on Sales, the BBC cares only for crises and apocolypse, there is no future for the BBC funding as it does not support British industry and spends more (£5bn) than it can ever earn in a single year..



  7. Philip_2 says:

    An interesting feature in The Telegraph this week on the BBC’s ‘diversity targets’ caught my eye as worth inclusion here as its by someone who found out that she was only employed because of her colour… read on: an article by Ramesha Khan (who has had enough of how the BBC works)!

    My experience of the woke BBC showed why we must defund it! Based on her experience whilst working for the BBC in Manchester and London this year. She had hoped for something different at the BBC…. ‘However,, as a non-white woman of Asian heritage, it quickly became apparent that I was being used to help fill the vapid agenda of the corporations woke, “progressive” ideology’. It can be brutal. When she was asked to appear on BBC Manchester radio, she was told that they had already reached a ‘diversity quota’ that day and felt she was only there to meet a pre-defined cultural background, rather than as a person. She writes; From there, it was a short hop to feeling as if I was expected to have “correct” opinions. The fact that I might not view the world through socially progressive biasses – that as a conservative-leaning person I might support Brexit, for example – seemed not to have occurred to them”… “As a young person with aspirations to become a journalist, my experience at the BBC were incredibly disappointing. Far from being a place where the focus was on delivering hard hitting news and searching analysis, it felt like a place fixated on diversity agendas at the expense of fulfilling its brief”.

    She also observed that the BBC commitment to “diversity” covering such matters is spurious. Stating: “Only facts and opinions that fit the woke agenda are tolerated”….”I was invited into the BBC’s gilded palace of political correctness because of the colour of my skin, not because of my insights. If I had been white, I doubt I would have been parked in front of a microphone”.

    “The Defund the BBC campaign is right – it is time to decriminalise non-payment of the license fee and strip the BBC of its right to tax for watching live TV”…”..the BBC’s twisted version of diversity is not worth the license fee”



    • Teddy Bear says:

      This illustrates exactly what I was referring to yesterday
      There have been many fine non-white people who have excelled in their contribution to our society and enriched us accordingly. Now this woke bs takes away the desire to want to excel. The stupidity of the woke mindset knows no bounds.


  8. G.W.F. says:

    Hoping for Trump to perish from wokey O’Brien. See vid.

    However, I thought team Ch 4 out did themselves tonight, harping on about Trump not wearing a mask where you can draw the obvious conclusion that he had it coming to him. Then there is Julia HB retweeting a picture of Trump and young Baron in what appears to be a tacky picture, thereby asking the question whether they had lost their taste. Geddit . Thank you JHB, nothing like a dig at Barron Trump to please the progressives.


  9. Doobster78 says:

    Judging by the adverts on ITV tonight, you could be forgiven we live in Nigeria !!!!!!!

    Every single company trying to “out virtue” each other ! !!!!

    Enough is enough !!!!


    • Peter Sausages says:

      Spot on Doobster, wouldn’t be refreshing to see an advert with just Whites for a change,.


  10. Fedup2 says:

    I caught a furniture advert with a white kidult chap and an indian looking woman with an indian kid . I was trying to work out if it was a spoof on a DFS advert but couldnt work it out .

    Aparently a furniture shop witj a sale on – thats a first


  11. Foscari says:

    Can anybody tell me when “stab in the back” month is
    on BBC , where British history and
    culture is concerned? I know that the stabbings
    goes on in Londonistan from January to December at least
    four or five times a day. But do get the same features in
    the provinces?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Fos – its July – hail caesar…


    • Richard Pinder says:

      White History Month: The non-racist history of everyone called White, from a black man called Barry White to a white woman called Snow White.


      • StewGreen says:

        BTW There are almost as many people called Smith in the UK as there are black men
        “There are approximately 747,967 people named Smith in the UK.”
        There’s probably 1 million black men (1.5%) of population)


    • Van Helsing says:


      If you’re a decent, law-abiding, heterosexual white male then your back is apt to feel the metaphorical blade every day.


  12. Fedup2 says:

    Excellent news . The covid SNP MP woman – who bought the disease to westminster – shows no sign of resigning .

    Please let her stay on as a reminder to all those England hating scots the type of character they elected .

    But perhaps shes angling for a newspaper £ deal ….. £


    • Fedup2 says:

      If you are sleepless – take a look at dame jenni murrays ‘victim ‘ fairwell column in the mail as she makes her way from the BBC to the Classic FM Times Radio LBC Rest home … where Ex BBC droids can see out their years on their BBC pensions and a bit on the side .


    • Van Helsing says:


      As I’ve said before on this site, the SNP draws much of its support from people who hate Britain (as distinct from England alone). It’s an important distinction.

      Any parallels with Irish republicanism are far from coincidental.


  13. taffman says:

    Following the Penally fiasco we have another ‘own goal’ by Labour in Wales.
    Time to get rid of the Welsh Assembly and time for Boris to de-fund Al Beeb , if he has any balls left ………………..


  14. StewGreen says:

    Catching up
    25th Sept “Coronavirus: Illegal Turkish wedding blamed for lockdown in German city of Hamm”
    300 guests, 150 tested positive , 2500 locked down


  15. taffman says:

    “Covid: Boris Johnson rejects Wales-England travel ban”
    Who has the biggest balls ?


  16. StewGreen says:

    BBC News head says : Newsrooms must ‘shrug off’ cancel culture and ‘social media bullies’
    (ie the organised groups of activists mobilising to shout outrage on Twitter to drive the news agenda)

    She said that although specialist interest groups have always sought to persuade the BBC to reflect their own agendas, there are more of these groups than ever and they are better organised and more visible through social media.



  17. taffman says:

    “Our complicated relationship with body hair removal and grooming”
    Gross or what? Where is this going, how many of you guys want to date hairy baboons?


  18. Tabs says:

    Everyone on the BBC News channel, talking about Trump going to hospital, can’t help themselves smiling.


    • tarien says:

      Even against the massive amount of evil propaganda waged against Donald Trump and his Presidency, America may well see the Republicans smiling on their faces in weeks to come. A poor guy down and fighting a nasty virus, is just what the American public feel sad for and will get behind his campaign much to the chagrin of the Democrats and of course the BBC et al.


  19. Guest Who says:

    The Pulitzer is his now.


  20. Guest Who says:

    Crikey, she’s a bit old but Joe might make her VP.

    The sticker on the desk behind seems artfully placed.


  21. Guest Who says:

    Wonder which of the American BS squad will RT first?


  22. Guest Who says:

    Baroness Blockbuster (bombshell is taken).

    Those drawings seem… generous.

    Nice to see they have the audience they seek. Dom West guesting soon?


    • Sluff says:

      Was she the one when as Labour home secretary, she or her partner went and hired some sex videos and then claimed them on parliamentary expenses ?

      Just want to make sure readers are fully up to speed on this point. With apologies for any memory inaccuracy.


      • Guest Who says:

        I believe so, yes.

        Now strictly enjoying a profitable Media career as a consequence.

        No idea if she has a camper van.


  23. Guest Who says:

    The American Brain Cell starts grasping how media works.


  24. Guest Who says:

    Lewis liked it.

    Has anyone ever actually listened to one?


  25. Guest Who says:

    Why bbc staff love twitter.


  26. Sluff says:

    Just want to thank an earlier correspondent for the below logic, as it came to the fore again on Toady around 0720.

    JustRemainin Webb was interviewing the head honchos for Gateshead and Liverpool re. the extra local coronavirus measures in their areas.

    He led and goaded them, deliberately and successfully, to state how confusing all the current restrictions are and what a problem this is.

    But surely, since the BBC is a public service broadcaster funded by the licence fee, instead of seditiously highlighting any confusion, it should instead be devoting its energies to explaining the rules, to reduce the confusion!

    The BBC must read this website, because there is now I gather a web page of theirs which for a postcode you type in, the local measures are given.

    Did Remainin mention this ? Did he lead and goad listeners to it ? Not that I heard. Too busy with the confusion agenda.

    Bias as well as useless.

    Maybe the BBC sponsor those insurance adverts on ITV that feature an old Merc?

    Don’t B confused. Be BBC confused.com.


    • Guest Who says:

      The bbc exists to propagate heat over light.

      Given its funding and charter, an odd priority.


  27. Guest Who says:

    Ordinarily such posts seem irresponsible.


    • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

      Oh someone please!


    • Mustapha Sheikup al-Beebi says:

      On Radio 4 at 20:50 on Friday evening, there was “A Point of View” with the BBC’s flavour of the month, Bernardine Evaristo (also recently on “Desert Island Discs” and had her prize-winning novel read in 15-minute installments on R4). I didn’t listen to the broadcast but the summary was that she was arguing that wearing face masks was the least we could do during the Covid19 pandemic.

      What, apart from her obvious racial profile, qualifies her to comment on what is a technical medical issue? I’m not rabidly anti-masks if they can be of some use but what does she know that others don’t?


  28. Guest Who says:

    When Jim Acosta, Mehdi, Jon, Nick, Lurch and Katty rush round to make sure he’s ok, they best make sure no more than that in his padded cell.



  29. Foscari says:

    How did BIG BROTHER head of the BBC diversity dept and
    all but in name the actual head of the BBC allow the news
    feature headed “France’s Macron vows to fight Islamist
    Macron wants to stop the Islamists in France running their
    own state in a state , by making it mandatory for Muslim
    kids following school curriculums. France unlike the UK
    has secularism enshrined in its constitution.
    But with 6 million Muslims already in France it is very likely
    that in at the most four generations France will become
    part of the greater Caliphate whatever they do. It’s simple
    is demographic birth rates. It will take five or six generations
    in the UK. But I am sure that the BBC is already preparing
    for their morning programmes to begin with the Fajr prayer.


    • Guest Who says:

      In related news.

      It’s a mystery.

      Katya will have to head to the US and stand outside a hospital RTing cnn tweets too for a while.


  30. Guest Who says:

    How the BBC handle this will be interesting.

    Big meeting first in Jimmy Shand up there in BBC Scotland.


  31. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #1 – BBC can’t get a lie in edgeways

    Interesting tactic. JustRemainIn Webb is greatly concerned for the Trump campaign and the US Presidential Election. He said so on air. Hhhmmmmnnn.

    He interviewed Corey Lewandowski, a Republican, and former manager of Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign in the 8.10 a.m. interview. JustRemainIn wanted to insert a lie about Covid-19 infection into the piece but Lewandowski cut him off and kept talking …
    …. and talking …
    … and talking ……..

    … and talking about ….

    White House Pandemic security procedures. Someone in the White House is seriously organised and has thought through all the risks to the President and others except one. JustRemainIn Webb didn’t spot it because the BBC’s biases are all in limited directions. Are they not, JustRemainIn ?

    Corey Lewandowski’s tactic paid off and it shows one way – there are others – of nailing the BBC TOADY presenters. Our PM and Cabinet Ministers and spokespersons, please take note. Lewandowski could win Olympic Gold for talking, pushing Spike Milligan into the Silver medal spot. And he’s dead.

    Impressive set up for Covid-19 testing at the White House. That place can be as busy as Oxford Street just before Christmas. Does seem like they missed a trick, though, on surface spread contamination.


    • JamesArthur says:

      Re dealing with BBC interviews – at a friends today watched Breakfast Naga interviewing James Cleverly…he made her look like an idiot -she tried every angle to slag Boris and the Tories, jumped from one Gotcha try to another
      but it seems her brief was lacking and once Mr Cleverly had knocked her back with straightforward rebuttals and answers – she floundered like a fish out of water..her face at the end was a picture.

      Why would any serious business pay to hear her speak to them?


      • Sluff says:

        Mrs S pointed out that with her close cropped hair and big sticky-out ears she rather resembles a monkey.
        And no tasteless football chants, please.


        • theleftwilleatitself says:

          I wish 🎶 “you’re getting sacked in the morning” 🎶 was relevant to the mouthy cow 😁


    • Van Helsing says:


      My understanding is that surface spread contamination is the biggest factor in the proliferation of Covid-19.

      That info. comes from a chap who works in one of the main London hospitals and has been very much in the frontline when it comes to treating C-19 patients.


  32. Roland Deschain says:

    Am I the only one who finds the timing of Trump’s infection strange? Presumably tested for Tuesday’s debate and found free yet come yesterday he’d not only been tested positive but developed symptoms and gone to hospital.

    What happened to two weeks? Or is testing a complete waste of time?


    • Up2snuff says:

      RD, the testing regime at the WH is pretty impressive. If you didn’t hear the Lewandowski interview at 8.10 a.m. I’d suggest a visit to Radio iPlayer, er, BBC Noises as our Fed calls it.


  33. Up2snuff says:

    TOADY Watch #2 – Blinded By the Cash

    Interesting piece on the non-London Marathon with Mishal Husain demonstrates the weakness of the BBC’s journalistic position. They are all in totally secure jobs, mostly earning mountains of money, courtesy of the Licence Fee taxpayer. Then there are the regular sports segments, three in a normal weekday TOADY and two on a Saturday.

    What all the Beeboids, from the DG down to the Tea Lady, have failed to realise is that under the Pandemic and threat of a nasty virus people, the listeners and viewers in the UK, do not care about sport, the arts and ‘the extras’ in life any more.

    They care about their jobs, their families, their friends and their freedoms and not getting ill. Much of what the BBC does has become unimportant, almost irrelevant to much of the population. It is now mere froth – just like the non-London Marathon.

    The BBC does not see, cannot see, this at all. It is blinded by the cash.


  34. AnneG says:

    BBC bought 71,916 copies of the Guardian at a cost of £153,160 according to the latest released figures.
    You can see the full details at the Trading as wdr site for all the papers.

    It’s always good to confirm that the BBC licence payers are keeping the Guardian going.


    • StewGreen says:

      I hope he doesn’t mind me sharing the entire post

      Below, the annual table that of BBC newspaper deliveries.
      The Times leads in numbers of copies, but more is spent on The Guardian.
      If the BBC is smaller than it was the last time we had these figures (2017) more people are getting their own copy.
      72,936 copies of The Times now, compared with 70,605 in 2017.

      “The tables below contain the data you have requested, showing the BBC’s total spend on all newspapers delivered through the BBC’s managed service provider to BBC buildings in the 2019 calendar year.
      Please be aware that the majority of publications are purchased as hard copy with the option given to also receive an online version.”



      • StewGreen says:

        If they work 200 days/year
        That means 350 employees get a copy of the Times & Guardian every day they work
        or 700 get either.


  35. theisland says:

    According to the president’s doctor he received a dose of Regeneron’s polyclonal antibody cocktail.
    This treatment still appears to be at the trial stage.
    Also, I can’t find any Bill Gates connection to Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (have only done a quick search). Interesting if true because Gates seems to have his finger in every pie at the moment.


  36. StewGreen says:

    Ireland’s top Covid rationalist has resigned.
    In the UK we have Professor Heneghen, & Professor Gupta.
    Ireland had Dr. Marcus De Brun working in the HSE .

    BTW his bio says he is anti RTE (the Irish BBC)


  37. Doobster78 says:

    Bit of light relief ……. the way the world is going , this wont be far off the mark soon !!!



  38. Fedup2 says:

    American liberals seem to have hit the bottle to celebrate the illness of their president and then hit the twitter to wish that he dies .
    One of those is a speach writer for Hillary Clinton . Screw shots all over the place ….


    • Guest Who says:

      I was aware she was senior in the previous administration, but thanks to Twitter I now learn she is also eligible to be the next bbc head of religious programming.

      June’s people dropping a note to Timmeh!’s people to make it so, as we speak.


  39. Ed Hitter says:

    The BBC News channel has a programme called Racism In Football: Our Stories showing at 1.30pm today.
    I wonder if it will tell viewers about football being one of the most inter-racial sports around.
    Will it praise the many clubs who take players from all over the world?
    Will it praise fans in the U.K. who laud black legends such as Pele and Eusebio, and who worship foreign stars today like Heung Min Son and Mo Salah?
    Will it celebrate football as a force for unity, and shared experience?
    Think we know the result already, don’t we….


    • vlad says:

      Just when everyone is sick to death of black victimhood stories, we can expect bucket-loads more as black history month kicks off.

      On the plus side, it’ll turn a few thousands more people off the Black Broadcasting Corp.


  40. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Did you know that today is ‘Black pound day’
    We are supposed to buy from black shops and businesses.
    It’s yet another ‘black’ something or other.

    When you consider the percentage of blacks in the UK (3%) * (see below, taken from Google today) they are certainly punching well above their weight. A perfect example of the tail wagging the dog.
    Black history month, music awards, films and tv, police officers association and so many other black organisations.

    *United Kingdom Demographics Profile 2019 … 65,105,246 United Kingdom (July 2018 est.) constituent countries by percentage of total population: … white 87.2%, black/African/Caribbean/black British 3%, Asian/Asian British: Indian 2.3%, …


    Every report I’ve seen about Donald Trump is full of sneering, hatey words which all have an implied meaning whilst those saying them can pretend they are innocent of any manipulation of the language in the news reports they read out loud.
    Just listen to any sentence used, they think they’re being clever and subtle but the hate shines through.

    On the other hand, every person interviewed doesn’t hang back with their hate and misinformation. Their current favourite is saying Donald said to inject yourself with bleach. Of course he didn’t say that, he hinted on looking into a possible use of disinfectants which kill the virus.
    Do these people understand the difference between, for example, if you’ve been bitten by a poisonous snake you can be treated by injecting snake venom (anti venom derived from snake venom) to save your life but these people would say that’s the same as having the snake bite you again.
    What next, people injecting themselves with lethal poisons? It would never happen (Botox, cough cough)

    I would comment on any positive interviews on Donald Trump but I haven’t seen one yet


    • G says:

      “……they are certainly punching well above their weight”.
      Certainly knifing above their weight. That’s probably why the advertisers like them.


      • StewGreen says:

        LOL “are black people punching well above their weight ?
        …. well they are knifing above their weight”

        Seriously I am not offended by that joke
        No one should be .. rather they should be offended about the suffering of black kids who have been stabbed by other black kids.


        • G says:

          You cannot differentiate. Silly to introduce ‘sides’ – good bad or innocent. Takes two to tango so a stabber may well have been alternatively the one stabbed by the other who you suggest we should have sympathy for. So, excuse me, I’ll ignore the ‘suffering’ of black kids who have been stabbed. Logic


  41. Halifax says:

    As BME people continue to take over all aspects of the UK media one bastion of whiteness remains STORMS. You won’t see a STORM Abdullah or Muhammad or Elisha…..STORMS are bad so can’t be associated with BME names much like only positive Covid storys carry pictures of muslim women or BME men…..negative story’s on Covid always show nasty white people and mostly the nastiest of all, WHITE MALES ….OMG


  42. MarkyMark says:

    Black History Month .

    .Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe awarded ‘China’s Nobel peace prize’
    Confucius peace prize chairman defends decision to give award to leader accused of using systematic violence and torture to maintain grip on power

    Tom Phillips Beijing correspondent
    Thu 22 Oct 2015 05.22 EDT


  43. theisland says:

    This has to stop, and soon.


  44. StewGreen says:

    2pm R4 ethnic Pakistani Anita
    2:45 pm R4 ethnic Pakistani Bird Girl, with her BAME nature campaign

    3pm Drama Steve Erickson’s 2017 novel the first novel of the Trump era.
    … bet it is anti-Trump.

    5:30pm Nick Robinson talks politics and personal roots with the Green Party’s co-leader, Siân Berry.

    6:15pm Magid Magid Green MEP
    non binary poet Kae Tempest , Vic Reeves (but they use his real name)
    Athena Kugblenu (black standup)
    Amythyst Kiah (black American guitarist)
    Lack of Afro (a WHITE DJ, they probably didn’t know that when they booked him)

    7pm Billionaire Chuck Feeney has finally given away his entire $8 billion fortune after making secret donations for decades
    (He founded the Duty Free Shop chain)

    7:45pm The story of Kathleen Cleaver leader of the Black Panther Party



  45. vlad says:

    The BBC website asks the important question:

    “Trump Covid: How will this affect US election?”

    So perhaps some serious, unbiased analysis?

    Well, not exactly. To illustrate the piece they have the picture below with the text embedded:

    “Trump mocked Biden for always wearing a mask.”

    In other words, ‘Ha ha, serves him right’. They just can’t help themselves.




  46. Guest Who says:

    BBC EdGuds are certainly broad.


  47. Guest Who says:

    Huw Edwards, of course, liked this. Sweeney! should be worried.

    Nice bit of bbc #tellitoftenenough from whoever she is.


  48. tvlicensingblog says:

    More new articles from the BBC TV Licensing Blog for the weekend:
    Jailed: Another BBC Deviant Behind Bars
    Boris Johnson Accused of Inflicting Cruel TV Licence Burden on Pensioners

    If you haven’t already done so, please download our totally free ebook TV Licensing Laid Bare.

    The 70 page book is packed full of information about the harassment and intimidation meted out by the BBC in the name of TV licence enforcement.


  49. Guest Who says:

    Amazingly, he is at one the BBC’s alumni outfits.


  50. Roland Deschain says:

    Not BBC, but if anyone is in any doubt about the society an allegedly Conservative government has brought to pass.