Weekend Thread 24 October 2020

How will the Far Left Biased anti British BBC prepare for the US Election in 10 days time ? Will any Trump supporter get to speak ? Will anyone question whether Biden is corrupt or mentally fit for office? Let us see?

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365 Responses to Weekend Thread 24 October 2020

  1. StewGreen says:

    3pm news “A LEADING scientist says”

    Guess the name

    “A LEADING scientist says … some school years may need to close to help spread the of Covid”


    • Doobster78 says:

      Any scientists who follow the BBC narrative always seem to be “leading” or “renowned”

      Any scientists who DON’T follow the BBC narrative always seen to be just “scientists”

      funny old game 😀


      • Synchronised says:

        Get anyone you know to listen to Mark Yeadon on James Dellingpole. Quite staggering they are still giving airtime to let’s slaughter all the cattle Fergusson.


      • Richard Pinder says:

        Scientists complaining and censored by the BBC found out that the BBC’s best scientific experts usually turn out to be, environmental pseudo scientists, who seem to use crystal balls at Stonehenge to confirm their carbonic acid gas generated atmospheric warming beliefs. Then this is confirmed by a computer-generated fiction made at the University of Exeter for BBC Documentaries.


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      • JamesArthur says:

        I know I am late with this 🙂
        There is a BBC rule for people like Prof Ferguson. If they make 99 shite predictions and One accurate one then they are allowed to forget the 99 and focus on the One. He is at about 76 shite so far, so expect a few more over the next few weeks…until he finally manages to get One right


  2. Guest Who says:

    This is so heartwarming. Lucky a video was captured of the moment and sent to all media.

    Presumably the kids all eat free once at their destination?


    • JamesArthur says:

      ‘Stranger’ my ars6. If this isn’t a set up I don’t know what is. And why hasn’t anyone told him his mask isn’t on properly 🙂


  3. Tabs says:

    The BBC News channel has become a full on Tory bashing channel. No debate at all. Just get some Tory hater on, let them moan how everything the want isn’t going to be funded by the government and repeat.

    Examples today are ‘nasty Tories not feeding other peoples kids’ but no debate about why they should or should not. Another example about a school moaning they “only have 13 goverment funded laptops for 330 pupils” but no mention about the previous laptops that were handed out for free. The previous ones should still be working but again no debate or balance.


  4. StewGreen says:

    Turkey’s Erdogan has been saying some nasty things about President Macron

    … it’s rooted in the way the French gov projected the Charlie Hebdo cartoons onto government buildings.

    Erdogan says Macron needs ‘mental health treatment’
    and doesn’t understand freedom of religion



    • StewGreen says:

      Also After police raided a mosque in Berlin #Germany on Wednesday on suspicion of subsidy fraud with state #COVID19 aid, Turkish president Erdogan criticised the act & called it anti-Islamic.

      “I strongly condemn the police operation in the Mevlana Mosque in Berlin, which is clearly nourished by racism and Islamophobia that is bringing Europe closer to the darkness of the Middle Ages and completely ignores the freedom of belief.”

      “German police searched six locations, including Mevlana, on Wednesday, as part of an investigation into the fraudulent receipt of coronavirus subsidies worth €70,000 ($83,000), according to the Berlin prosecutor’s office. The officers seized €7,000 ($8,300) in cash at the mosque, along with various data carriers and files.”
      Such charities are not permitted state aid


  5. Richard Pinder says:

    I had a nightmare about BBC Countryfile. The presenters visited the Black Country in England, the Black Mountains in Wales and then Nigg in Scotland to as the residents what it was like living in the most racist part of the British Countryside. I then woke and became aware.


  6. Fedup2 says:

    Who do I write to to complain about the number of dead and starving children I keep tripping over as I take my daily stroll ?

    Also – English people – go out and panic buy non essential products before they are covered in buy proof cling film .

    As I write I’m thinking about setting up a smuggling operation across the Welsh Border to take non essential stuff to suffering Welsh people …..
    Can it get any madder ?


    • Guest Who says:

      Respraying our Golf, Reichsmarshall Lee, orange as we speak.

      Not sure about the flag on top? Maybe a Buddhist symbol?

      Bit of a run up the A40 from Ross to Monmouth… should clear the border patrols.

      Even when loaded with Mills and Boon paperbacks.


    • Guest Who says:


      • Seppers says:

        He’s hit the warped fakery of modern lefty politics right on the head. They don’t actually care about ordinary people.


    • JimS says:

      Does the famous South American river mean nothing to our Welsh cousins?

      I guess the swyddog tollau put a stop to all that, so much for the UK ‘internal market’!


  7. Darcy3 says:

    National Trust is ‘facing questions over its purpose’ by charity regulator after being accused of ‘virtue signalling’ by insisting volunteers wear LGBT badges to tweeting it’s historic links to slavery

    Trust sparked a woke row after tweeting details about buildings’ links to slavery
    Dozens vowed to cancel their membership because of charity ‘virtue signalling’
    Regulator now looking at whether the Trust has breached its charitable objects



  8. vlad says:

    An ex content moderator for Facebook spills the beans on how Fb skews content in favour of the Left and Democrats.


    • StewGreen says:

      Examples given of bias
      – A viral video where a Trump supporting child was attacked in a restaurant
      : Blanket ban on grounds the video audio had curse words
      .. the ban applied even if the audio was bleeped
      They cited a ruling that curse words are not allowed in content FOR children.. ignoring the rule reality that the video was largely being watched by adults

      – A viral video where lefty supporters did naked protest against Trump
      : was not censored , even tho Facebook has a clear policy of no nudity.


      • vlad says:

        Thanks for the summary Stew. (There’s more too.)

        The whistleblower is a bit nerdy but it’s interesting to hear the nitty-gritty details of how Fb skew, manipulate and deceive.

        The same is true of all the other Big Tech social media companies.


  9. Guest Who says:



  10. Guest Who says:

    Must. Resist. Answering.


  11. Guest Who says:

    Only one word in this tweet applies.


  12. Guest Who says:

    If you listen carefully you might hear me p*ssing myself laughing that the BBC still imagines anyone thinks who they carefully select is a must listen.


    • JimS says:

      I expect the Bronzed Strumpet has found one person from out of 330 million Americans that said what she wanted someone to say?

      I wonder how many people weren’t chosen to speak?

      Why does our Emily need to get involved anyway given the size of the BBC’s USA permanent staff?


  13. Guest Who says:

    BBC activists chipping away persistently.


  14. Guest Who says:

    Hugh is often good value. Saturday evenings especially.


  15. Guest Who says:

    Newsnight. Impartial as ever.


  16. StewGreen says:

    Shocking claims made against ex BBC journalist Martin Bashir in C4 doco
    – claims he used forged documents to play on Princess Diana’s paranoia to secure that explosive 1995 Panorama interview in which she takes down Prince Charles, his lover Camilla, and fling Hewitt
    He got a BBC graphic designer to forge bank statements
    that were for one of Diana’s workers
    They appeared to show that the employee had received payments from Murdoch newspapers.
    Brandishing these statements Bashir posed as the good samaritan helping Diana , and therefore gained her trust.
    .. The doco said the graphic designer has turned whistleblower.
    Bashir is said to be too sick with Covid to comment.


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  18. Guest Who says:

    The KK look. Not great.

    One more and… uh-oh.


  19. Doobster78 says:

    Head teacher not happy with Tory government contacts BBC who happily publish claims with no checks as suits narrative.

    Story gains traction, picked up by activists like Laura k and suddenly it’s a huge anti government movement.

    See how easy it is !!!


    • JamesArthur says:

      anyone tried buying a laptop recently? Thanks to everyone in public sector jobs being given one free, along with deprived kids..you can’t get one with a half decent spec for less than £700. Prices have doubled..and us poor private sector workers who have to pay for our own are screwed again..


      • Fedup2 says:

        James I bought this really expensive iPad Pro – it’s working reallllllly wellllll;ll;l………..1234456789900

        And I actually bargained successfully in an Apple shop -for just £5 i will tell you how …..


  20. Concrete sea says:

    The Beeb is now more akin to either sensationalism or gutter press in reporting of ‘news’ it chooses. It really is stuff you would expect to find in smutty Sunday rags.
    A quick trawl of ‘news’.

    Nicki a female gym manager (25) says ‘Porn warped my expectations of how sex should be’.

    Mark a 57 year old drag queen (aka Zandra) when he is not wielding a shovel on the road as a groundworker says ‘Drag saved my life’.

    Misty Copeland, who despite her name is not a porn star or a drag queen, but a ballet dancer says ‘Ballet is listening after George Floyd’ (uh what ?) and says ‘if it does not evolve it is going to die’ (am I bovvered?). Why Misty ? Well she as the Beeb points out, is the first black woman to be principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre. It really does annoy me and I’m sure is hardly conducive to good relations and probably divisive when news reports harp on about the first black this or that, MP, Chief Inspector, female football manager or whatever. Surely it is the person that counts, so why make an issue of their skin colour

    And finally a missing cat Ruby has been found 80 miles away and happily reunited with its owner. It is a black cat and I am curious why the Beeb failed to report that it is the first black cat, called Ruby aged 5 which was 60 miles away from home to be reunited with its owner named Jordan.


  21. pugnazious says:

    Nolan’s on….with two ‘experts’, both demanding national lockdown. Nolan has no counter other than to ask if they think the Public will accept it….answer…well they’ll just have to lump it….they need to be educated so that they understand.

    Yep…we understand….one that a vaccine may come sometime, and when, if, it does it may or may not be successful, and that the government will still impose lockdowns ‘until the vaccine proves itself'[I’ll guess they demand a year] and…oh…didn’t they tell us last week that even if the vaccine works it won’t kill off the virus so we will have to learn to live with it…whatever that means…lockdown or back to normal and accepting life has its risks?

    Pure madness. All backed up by the BBC’s utter failure to challenge the government line…lie.

    Your country is being destroyed in front of your eyes…..total ruin for decades to come. Not just this country but ‘The West’, its civilisation and worldview….without the money we’ll have no power and influence to rein in the Putins and Chinas…already going rogue…how much more so when we have crippled our ability to react and threaten?

    This all suits the marxist, anarchists and all too many at the BBC [even Attenborough is telling us to finish with Capitalism…profit and good times are bad]…and it seems the Tory government has joined the mad rush to sow chaos and disruption in our nations.

    Time for a counter-revolution coming fast. I’m voting the new ‘Joan Of Arc’ lead us….remarkable how she can sum up in 30 seconds what the BBC has been avoiding saying for 6 months…


    • Sluff says:

      The logic error here is that the lady in question, whose style I admire, may be happy to take the chance and get the virus but should she be equally entitled to pass it on to someone else?
      ‘I don’t give a sod’ does not only mean ‘ ‘I don’t mind what happens to me’ but also ‘I don’t mind who I might give it to’.

      The more we play by the basic rules, the less lockdown we need to maintain low and manageable transmission levels, and the more we can get the economy moving and fight the current LeftMob tactic of unlimited entitlement.


      • StewGreen says:

        To beat her argument people are likely to misrepresent her and pick an extreme interpretation
        I don’t think she means she takes zero precautions.


      • Up2snuff says:

        Sluff, the thing is that HMG ignored the medical facts early on and instead looked at the mathematical facts. As we now know, the mathematical facts over-exaggerated the UK’s position.

        Medical facts, Covid-19 infection.
        Symptoms may not show for a week or so.
        Go beyond 14 days and there is a possibility that you might be infectious still up to 27 days maximum.
        After 14 days most people have beaten the Covid-19 infection or are hospitalised.
        After 28 days, even the outliers are unlikely to be infectious.
        (Info courtesy of Chris Smith, virologist, on BBC R4)

        Therefore, after a month of a (proper*) Lockdown, the UK knows that the only people carrying and spreading the infection are very, very, rare or they work in the NHS.

        After 28 days (really by Easter 2020) life should have been back to normal.

        * I define a proper Lockdown as no travel in or out of the UK by anyone, absolutely anyone.
        Everyone staying at home, except for NHS workers and essential operatives – power, water & sewage, delivery drivers – for thirty days.
        Care provided for their children, if any, in a secure Covid-free environment. (This one would be really difficult and am not sure how it could be done but it would need to be done.)

        You could even take chance and settle for a 14-day Lockdown and let the ‘outliers’ who remain infectious beyond, spread the virus. Then the NHS is left to mop up the patients from that.


  22. Jeff says:

    Just in case you depend on the MSM for your news and missed it, there was an anti lockdown demonstration in London this afternoon.

    Many tens of thousands marched from Speakers’ Corner through to Trafalgar Square, snaked up to Buckingham Palace and onto New Scotland Tard.

    Cabbies and bus drivers were tooting their support. Blokes on scaffolding were cheering. Shop workers and tourists were patting us on the back.

    There were thousands upon thousands of us. The marchers stretched the entire length of Oxford Street.
    It was peaceful, it was friendly, no statues were defaced, no police were attacked. There was no rioting, fighting or looting…

    And the BBC reported it thus…
    “Eighteen people have been arrested at a protest in central London over coronavirus restrictions…”


    • Doobster78 says:

      I think it’s time the BBC were classified as a terrorist organisation !!!!!!


  23. Anders Thomasson says:

    Interesting how last week it was “The Labour mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham” yet in this weekend’s “Essential items” flap it’s not “The Labour Welsh government”.


  24. Sluff says:

    If the government gave every person in the country £1 million the BBC would hunt high and low and find some ‘disadvantaged’ family for whom it wasn’t enough.

    You can see the BBC webshite front page headline

    ‘‘I can only afford a 2 bed flat’ says single mum with 4 children in Kensington worried about feeding her children’


    • digg says:

      I doubt that the majority of the population could even afford a dog kennel in Kensington….


  25. Sluff says:

    On the subject of free school meals…..
    You’d think that this might be what child benefit is for.
    Child benefit is £21 for the first child and £14 for each extra one.
    But I bet you didn’t know this.
    If you are not working and get child benefit, then you also get a credit for your state pension..do you know what that’s worth?
    The answer is not £21 a week but iabout £150 a week. That’s the value of the pension pot you’d need to buy the right to the week’s worth of pension for which you get credit.

    With free school meals and free laptops, free pension rights and 80% of normal pay for doing nothing, not working starts to look like a wise financial move.


  26. StewGreen says:

    Sunday Times :
    “Thousands of elderly people were denied potentially life-saving treatment to stop the health service being overrun
    – contrary to the claims of ministers and NHS executives”

    They have a Twitter thread
    but I spot problem with the second tweet
    “Despite warnings the prime minister procrastinated for nine days before bringing in the lockdown.
    During this time the number of infections rocketed”
    Experts have previously said
    that Thursday April 2nd was peak death day, and it takes 20+ days to go from contact to death on average
    Yet 20 days after lock down on Mon March 16th is Sunday 5th April
    So peak infection day happened 3 or 4 days BEFORE lockdown.


  27. Darcy3 says:

    National child abuse inquiry refused to probe Rotherham and Rochdale sex-grooming scandals over fears of looking racist

    Victim Sammy Woodhouse accused IICSA of burying gang-related sex abuse
    ‘They are trying to bury what happened in Rotherham and Rochdale’ she said
    ‘Cowardly’ reluctance was shown in its inquiry into mass offending in the towns


    Key witnesses were also barred from giving evidence, victims and experts in the inquiry have claimed, amid accusations of ‘cowardly’ reluctance to examine mass offending in Rotherham and Rochdale.

    In those towns, they say, was a pattern of group crimes in which men of Pakistani heritage were over represented, and the reluctance stemmed from not wanting to face accusations of being racist, The Times reported.

    Sammy Woodhouse, a victim in Rotherham, claimed the heads of the inquiry ‘have not placed survivors at the forefront’ of their investigations, and are ‘selective in what they decide to look at,’ according to newspaper.

    Big trials over the past ten years have exposed a previously hidden crime model involving the targeting and sexual abuse of teenage girls by groups of men, largely of south Asian origin.

    Groups in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Leicester, High Wycombe, Dewsbury, Peterborough, Halifax, Newcastle upon Tyne, Telford and Burnley have been prosecuted since 2011 for sex-grooming.

    it decided not to hear evidence from survivors or those with knowledge of the crime pattern, and instead chose to select six areas of England and Wales – St Helens, Tower Hamlets in east London, Swansea, Durham, Bristol and Warwickshire.

    The reason given was that these areas ‘represent a range of sizes, demographics and institutional practices’, but none of the six areas has witnessed a major prosecution of a south Asian sex-grooming gang.


  28. Darcy3 says:

    Huddersfield becomes latest in a series of British towns and cities rocked by Asian sex gang investigations

    Rotherham – The issue of child abuse in the town first came to light in 2010 when five Asian men were jailed for sexual offences against under-age girls.

    A 2014 inquiry found there were more than 1,400 victims of grooming and sex exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.

    Rochdale – The trial of nine men for grooming young white girls for sex attracted widespread public outrage and sparked a national debate when they were convicted in 2012.

    The gang received jail sentences of between four and 19 years for offences committed against five girls – aged between 13 and 15 – in and around Rochdale between 2008 and 2010.

    The case returned to the public consciousness earlier this year when the BBC broadcast its Three Girls drama based on the experiences of some of the victims.

    Newcastle – A total of 17 men and one woman were convicted of, or admitted, charges including rape, supplying drugs and inciting prostitution, in Newcastle last year.

    Older men preyed on immature teenagers who were plied with cocaine, cannabis, alcohol or mephedrone (M-Cat), then raped or persuaded into having sexual activity at parties known as ‘sessions’.

    The case raised huge controversy after a convicted rapist was paid almost £10,000 of taxpayers’ money to spy on parties where under-age girls were intoxicated and sexually abused.

    Northumbria Police launched a major investigation after receiving information from social workers and initially spoke to 108 potential victims. Over the course of four trials, 20 young women gave evidence covering a period from 2011 to 2014.

    Oxford – A group of men who abused teenage girls in a vehicle they called the ‘s**gwagon’ were jailed for a total of nearly 90 years in June this year.

    The men – aged 36 to 48 – befriended vulnerable girls as young as 13 before plying them drink and drugs at ‘parties’ in Oxford.

    The eight men – branded ‘predatory and cynical’ by a judge – were jailed for between seven and a half and fifteen years each.

    Bristol – Some 13 Somali men were jailed for more than a total of more than 100 years after they were convicted in 2014 of running an inner city sex ring.

    Victims as young as 13 were preyed upon, sexually abused and trafficked across Bristol to be passed around the men’s friends for money.

    Aylesbury – Six men were jailed in 2015 for grooming vulnerable under-age white girls between 2006 and 2012.

    The Old Bailey heard victims would be plied with alcohol and forced to perform sex acts for as little as ‘the price of a McDonalds’.

    Peterborough – A total of 10 men were convicted of child sex crimes in the town, including ‘predatory’ restaurant boss Mohammed Khubaib.

    He was jailed for 13 years at the Old Bailey in 2015, after he was found guilty of forcing a 14-year-old girl to perform a sex act on him and nine counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, involving girls aged from 12 to 15, between 2010 and 2013.

    Telford – Earlier this year, Telford became the latest town to become the focus of the now sadly familiar stories of abuse.

    An investigation concluded that around 1,000 children could have been sexually exploited in the Shropshire town over a 40-year period, leading to calls for a public inquiry.


    • StewGreen says:

      Rotherham “The issue of child abuse in the town first came to light in 2010 when five Asian men were jailed for sexual offences against under-age girls.”

      Dont be daft, people warned about it well before then
      BUT Labour front groups like the Hatey No Hopers shouted them down
      using the label “racists”


  29. Darcy3 says:

    Tumbleweed at the racist bbc

    A genuine national disgrace

    white lives do not matter


  30. Guest Who says:

    None of this adds up, yet the media use it anyway.


  31. Guest Who says:

    Yeah, that’s the thing.


  32. StewGreen says:

    Moral Maze opens with the Reverend Giles Fraser saying that capitalism is a bad thing

    In his tweet before the show he is swearing about the rain
    What kind of priest is he ?

    First guest Prof Golden ..It is the young who are the real victims of Covid
    His magic solution is a Green New Deal with lots of jobs.


  33. taffman says:

    “Covid: Wales’ lockdown supermarket rules to be reviewed”
    “A petition to the Senedd has passed 37,000 signatures, making it the second largest ever submitted in Wales.”
    Lets have an even larger petition to get rid of the Assembly!


  34. Philip_2 says:

    How the left won the culture war and what to do about it.

    A timely book from the New Culture Forum confirms the BBC is in deep on culture wars. Its history of where we are today, and what we can do about it. Defunding the BBC is just part of the problem – as it has spread everywhere in society. Many institutions (like the National Trust) which were previously held dear have fallen to ‘the left ideology’ of the hard left. A well thought and timely book so we know our enemy. It does not get much clearer than the BBC marxist troupe agitators…

    Read for free, as its time we fought back. Its our money they are abusing… click on book link and download from home page… PDF format. 112 pages. https://www.newcultureforum.org.uk/

    Your worst fears come true… they really have infiltrated the UK in almost every sector that guards our liberty. That is not good, there is a history to this creeping marxism and we should recognise its origins now dominating – not just media but education itself, and the the now targetting of children has been planned since 1919..!

    György Lukács, the distinguished Marxist philosopher, who began his career as deputy commissioner for culture in Béla Kun’s communist regime in 1919 Hungary. In the brief three months that the regime existed, Lukács wasted no time in instituting a sex education programme in schools, with the aim of overturning bourgeois, Christian sexual morality. Lukács lost power when the regime fell, and his cultural reforms were reversed. But his ideas of sex education lived on…

    …and so they have, they are now being introduced at primary state schools alongside, woke, queer parenting, trangendering and climate alarmism.
    I think we should all read this and know our enemy. They think they can bully us into submission. Parents up and down the country are against the RSE being imposed into all schools this year (only subject to the ‘whims’ of left wing councils and head teachers) who can impose it irrespective of complaints. WE are very close to 1919. All CBBC linked of course well in advance to push the pink and green envelope of RSE (a non educational subject)..


    • taffman says:

      “what we can do about it. Defunding the BBC is just part of the problem”
      Start with the woke profs at Youni.


  35. Sluff says:

    Can someone explain how children who now ‘deserve’ free school meals outside of school terms were fed out of school term this time last year?


    • Emmanuel Goldstein says:

      Last year here in Sunderland we had horses and carts going round collecting all the dead from starvation children each day.
      Like the “bring out your dead” Monty Python Holy Grail sketch.

      It’s probably a form of natural selection getting rid of the weak children with the stronger ones getting through the school days off by eating wood, coal and whippets.


  36. vlad says:

    First tape of Hunter Biden having sex and smoking crack released by some Chinese dissident network.

    More and worse to come apparently.

    We don’t know how long before it’s taken down.



  37. Richard Pinder says:

    BBC Censorship and complete Mainstream Media Censorship.

    Only Ed Howard of Politicalite reported on Anti-Lockdown protests. He says: The protest through the streets of London was organised by the civil liberties campaign group ‘Save Our Rights UK’ and started in Hyde Park’s Speakers Corner. The march spanned most of London’s major landmarks, including Buckingham Palace, Parliament, Scotland Yard, Whitehall Gardens, Oxford Circus, Oxford Street and Trafalgar Square, with the Metropolitan Police headquarters as the main destination.

    I have read reports from independent scientists that Covid-19 is now reduced to mild flue status by three findings. (1) The current Flue vaccine is highly effective in protecting against Covid-19 (2) Anti-inflammatory steroids Dexamethasone and Hydrocortisone slash death rates. (3) Antiviral drugs Remdesivir and Ivermectin reduce it to mild flue status by inhibiting the replication of the virus.

    This is also censored by the BBC: https://carbon-sense.com/2020/09/14/greenhouse-effect-on-venus/


    • Up2snuff says:

      Richard, that’s a new one: chimney disease.

      We will have to get the BBC to sweep it.

      Under the carpet or there may be mass panic among people living in houses with chimneys and open fireplaces.


  38. vlad says:

    Dear BBC,

    Ignore THIS if you can:



    (Warning: not suitable for minors or those of a delicate disposition)


  39. Scroblene says:

    The BBC World Service use a great example of self-help for feeding a family in a crisis.

    They have a well-known gardening expert, who also knows a thing or two about cooking for adults and their children on a mere pittance of just a few pence!

    This gentleman also mentioned that in the Irish potato failure years, mashed spuds, skins and all, were the only food available even if reduced to pretty awful specimens, and these were boiled and taken with a little buttermilk.

    Nobody seemed to become mal-nourished, there was just enough to go round where he was reporting from too.

    Of course, this hasn’t happened recently, it was in the WW2 years, and C.H.Middleton championed the ‘Dig for Victory’ campaign in 1939. His book is a revelation, and being a sad old sod, I often read the odd chapter, just to remind myself that one needs to get off one’s arse and not expect the ‘authorities’ to give me everything..

    While I appreciate that many people don’t have a garden these days, he also points to simple recipes with a small piece of cheese and an onion, costing just a few pence even today.

    So kids just need a caring parent, the parent needs a nourished kid – or should do. The parent doesn’t need the latest Iphone, a 56″ TV and twenty Bensons.

    The BBC is unavailable for comment.


  40. Guest Who says:

    How the BBC ‘handles’ this will be int…


  41. Fedup2 says:

    Not directly BBC Home and away

    In the Telegraph today that rare good Tory egg – Bernard Jenkins – calls on the Dido creature to have a Holiday from trace and track and put some one in overall charge who might have a clue.
    He misses the engineering project the MSM is doing to undermine compliance with rules – such as 14 day house arrest being dropped to 10 or maybe 7 days . From a personal view I agree with that . But it kind of shows that such rules are shallow and smell of ‘back of fag packet ‘ committee decisions without injecting a wtf human factor – 14 day isolation is tough . I’ve done it twice now .

    The ‘away ‘ subject is mr Hunter Biden . I don’t think the release or sex and drugs tapes will make any f]difference – nor the corruption of bungs on a dodgy oil company Board . It just gives the MSM an excuse for ignoring their favoured son – like the Biden laptop….

    The die for the US election is more or less caste methinks – and I might – might – force myself to pay more attention to the MSM in the run up to Nov 3 .

    On the upside – Andrew Neil is running the election coverage for the evil monster -ma leaving present for him .

    By the way – the clocks went back last night – as Up2 suggested yesterday – it is now 1970 ….


    • Up2snuff says:

      Fed, 1972 …….. and we have two months to save the UK from joining the EEC.



  42. Guest Who says:

    The BBc.


  43. taffman says:

    Avoiding Radio Al Beeb at the end of the shift I tuned in to Talk Radio . Big mistake, I ended up with Darryl Morris. Is that station joining the woke brigade now ? Are there any normal radio stations left ?


  44. Guest Who says:

    Even for BBC News, this is impressive…


    A member of the violent far-right anti-government group known as Boogaloo Bois has been charged with rioting during the George Floyd protests.

    They do indeed have a firm grasp of who is News, and who is not.


  45. Guest Who says:

    Whoever writes BBC News subs is awesome at highlighting the key message.

    What started as a protest against police brutality has become a way for the youth to vent their anger with the people who have been in charge of Nigeria for decades.


  46. Guest Who says:

    Lurch on a roll.

    He appears to have a check list of Dem attack points to read out.

    And a sign on the wall, what not to go near.


    • Guest Who says:

      New Ameriphile Mehdi knows who should say what.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Ive trawled the lefty MSm but cant find any refetence to the Prospective US presidents son being caught in a chinese sex and drugs story – maybe it doesnt matter .

        Often now it is the art of seeing the omission ad apposed to what is reported .


  47. Guest Who says:

    BBC News

    Cafes and restaurants across England have promised to feed children in the school holidays, in response to Marcus Rashford’s campaign.


    Locally, best I can judge, those jumping on this bandwagon have ‘deals’ involving a kid eating a restaurant meal free if a parent decides cooking is not for them.

    Quite how this equates to sensibly addressing feeding kids at value escapes me.


  48. Guest Who says:

    Huw and bad unleashed bile vs. that he approves of.