262 Responses to Weekend Thread 5 December 2020

  1. Philip_2 says:

    Just too many coincidences that COVID is just another con from the world’s hoax workshops. The swamp is about to emerge and take us all prisoners in our homes. Let out for good behavior. The media seem well versed in banning hate speech, as if in Unison it makes any sense, when looking outside our own its obvious to me what os going on is a global power-grab reset of the western nations economies and populations. It used to be called Eugenics. They are using economics and legislation to cripple economies and reset to ‘new objectives’ not far short of taking us all back to the middle ages. Its all co-ordinated and I doubt the media have any choice but to back it as is government policies across the globe working in unison to fight a pandemic that will be used for the next 50 years as a continual false news crisis, where everything and everybody that opposes the crises is a heretic.

    If we don’t die easily, they have another nasty disease further up the line. I don’t doubt they believe that Eugenics is a good idea as is very fashionable once again – both for and in the BBC – that ‘poor people’ (not them) should not have children. Marie Stopes campaigned for it all her life. And now its promoted across the globe as both Foreign Aid and signing up to enforced anti-family measures that we get fed daily by the BBC. Its widely sponsored by globalists such as Soros and Gates and has clear links to the Agenda 21 movement for change. This is no coincidence. Its all connected and ironically we are being led back to the Second World War as the reason we should all ‘quarantine’, and ‘depopulate’, and be happy. A Brave New World.

    Boris is a fag in this, keeping his head down but not brave enough to stand up to the swamp as Trump did. The lefties think this is all for their benefit, but they are just the stooges. Nobody benefits apart from a select few, who think they now have total control of the entire population of the world. Bar Russia and China. We got out of the EU to be pulled back into a bigger vortex that the EU was always a part of. The EU was the tool and why money means nothing to these people, they own it, they print it and they can make it digital and call it credits.

    Money, is now digital, and they have the means to control it for the first time since the last great war.
    A new religion is upon us as the great greening by a (so called liberal) mafia that use Marxist tactics to force hard global choices which may prove to be false choices and harmful to both the environment and our identity (which will be eroded to absurdity).
    If we disagree its instant media blasphemy.

    There is a huge shift underway. We cannot trust what we hear on the media, but the extend can be monitored on the BBC how far they are willing to go to destroy the identity of individuals who oppose something as insidious as vaccination.

    Sterilisation is next no doubt, not far away. But in the meantime lets all abolish the family tenant, the hope of a family by endorsing and abolishing sexual stereotypes and concepts and hope. Attraction between the sexes must be abolished and ridiculed. This new norm shall be protected by Equal Rights and called diversity. Protestors can be charged with hate crimes.

    Not much of a future. But keeps the BBC in clover.
    A new empire to control for Eugenics and thought control. A Perfect fit. If only they were more in charge of the global money…


    As they are for our health.

    or concerns in Germany:


    • taffman says:

      Start the fight back by defunding Al Beeb and saving yourself a pound or two.


  2. taffman says:

    \\Wayne Rooney says booing of players taking a knee ‘disappointing and upsetting’//
    Overpaid woke sportsmen.
    If politics is introduced into sport expect politics back.
    It works both ways.


    • Doublethinker says:

      Hopefully when crowds are allowed back in large numbers there will be plenty of booing and protests about ‘taking the knee’ . If there are then what will football do? My bet is that clubs will threaten to ban any in the crowd who participate in such protests, that players will threaten to strike, the Guardian will claim the BLM is fully justified in claiming the Britain is racist .
      In my view such protests would be the inevitable and fully justified reaction of ordinary white folks to the war that is being waged on their culture and them by the elite. If the elite try to punish any protest against ‘ knee taking ‘ the fans should retaliate by refusing to go to the grounds and refusing to watch on TV. This is what the Americans are doing and we shall soon see who holds the power when ordinary people refuse to pay to continue to be abused .


      • JimS says:

        Would it be a bad thing if we went back to the days when Melchester Rovers team came from Melchester?

        Shouldn’t the game be about football?


    • Red Pill says:

      We’re currently living in a terrifying era of disinformation and relentless propaganda. Dissenting views are not only deemed deplorable, but are largely hidden or, quite simply, banned. To hold an opinion that the UK is *not* a systematically racist country, full of horrible white men that hate non-white people, is seen as heresy. The left want it this way, so that rational discussion never sees the light of day, which leads to most of the population thinking that this left, illiberal, thinking is actually mainstream. It isn’t. Any pushback against BLM will, almost certainly, be banned – implicitly or explicitly.

      I do believe that a lot of these people supporting BLM don’t realise that they are supporting a movement, rather than supporting the idea that racism is bad (as if anyone other than a tiny, tiny, minority, thought otherwise). Forcing the population to think/talk in a certain way only drives those opinions out of public discussion, but that changes nothing. It’s only honest and open discussion that changes minds. We saw the same failing left strategy with Brexit. Personally, I’ve started saying openly what I believe – letting the easily offended get on with being offended – it’s the only way I can see that we fight back against the Orwellian world we find ourselves currently living in.


  3. Scroblene says:

    The Dicker of Fibley and her chums are back on again this Christmas, and will have Owen Newett somewhere at the start.

    Historical note – Roger Lloyd-Pack died in 2014.



    • Guest Who says:

      They seem determined to be reduced to a fringe organisation.


      • JamesArthur says:

        Wasn’t going to watch it but now I hope loads of people put in a complaint


      • The WestWyvern says:

        Guest, yet more examples of Al Beebs brazen bias.

        drop a short but sufficient email to your MP highlighting these facts. I have and will continue to do so.

        If all erstwhile readers of this site do so, they may just about get the message. Along with cancelling your tele tax of course.


      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        Dawn French. As funny as cancer since 1982.


  4. Guest Who says:

    One for a certain BBC ‘unit’?


    • Guest Who says:

      Time for another set of selfies instead?


    • StewGreen says:

      Yes I see 2019 tweets talking about him being head of Smartec voting machines corp
      and people saying they are used in Venezuela and the US to rig elections

      The tweeter is wrong to say he’s a BP guy that’s John Browne


  5. Guest Who says:

    OT, but as simple as ABC.


  6. Guest Who says:

    Lurch is an addict.


  7. Guest Who says:

    Maybe… a reverse ‘I’m a Politician Why Am I Being Voted In Here’?

    The list is long.

    And if delivered by the guys round here they will likely end up on a doorstep in Venus. Which is apt.


  8. Guest Who says:

    Never in doubt if the bbc is involved.


    • Guest Who says:

      Just checked the link to find out what the connection is between the headline and caption.

      With more irony than a laundry of South Asian origin, it seems the lady currently in the running for Punka wallahette role in an all female BBC remake of ‘It’s All Global Warming, Dad’ is…. nothing to do with it.


      Has Ms. Spring sprung her ‘big news’ yet?

      I reckon either Emily has loaned her a whippet for the next shoot or Beff and Kay have put her up for a Me, me, me award.


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  10. The WestWyvern says:

    Radio5 Dead sports news masturbating themselves into a frenzy over the wwaaayyycciiiissssstttt booing at Millwall FC yesterday (good on yer Lions) and they play a clip of the noise. Que outrage and horror from Dion Dublin and another privelaged black ex player.

    The beeboid tells us it was a small minority of ‘fans’ and roundly condemned by players, officials and the FA. No comment I see from fans however, sick to the back teeth of their game being hijacked for political purpose.

    Also Al Beeb say it didn’t happen at other grounds and Chelsea fans clapped during the kneeing. No clip played tho.

    My message to Al Beeb, there is no evidence to back up your claims so this (like most of your ‘journalistic activism) is disputed.


    • Mrs Kitty says:

      Happened at West Ham as well so Beeb lying again (Quelle Suprise) rumours floating around that the clapping at Chelsea was over the tannoy to drown out any possible booing there.


  11. Sluff says:

    Dear BBC
    I can trace my family back to the rural economy of England in the 1770s, where they were working as farm labourers and continued to do so until the advent of Victorian industry.
    At no stage in the last 250 years has my family had anything to do with the slave trade.
    Therefore I have nothing whatsoever to apologise for, so will you kindly stop your anti-white racist propaganda and self-flagellation on the matter, which is clearly aimed at people like myself.

    Yours faithfully
    Millions of English people.


    • Scroblene says:

      Make that Millions plus one, Sluff!


    • G.W.F. says:


      Similar with my family and I am ashamed that I have nothing to apologise for which makes me an unconscious white supremacist.


    • taffman says:

      Taff here ! Three generations of coal miners and farm servants .
      No slaves here in Wales either!
      Just what proportion of people of Great Britain owned / traded slaves?
      What proportion of Africans owned, sold, captured and traded slaves? There is more to this than meets the eye.
      Welsh Lives Matter .


  12. Dover Sentry says:

    The BBC treat these Black Panther criminal armed hijackers as heroes. They seriously endangered the lives of the passengers and crew

    “The Black Panther who hijacked a jet to Algeria and started again in France”
    ” (Hijacker) George Wright, had been convicted of murder after a botched robbery that left a petrol station owner dead”


    A BBC gushing, sychophantic and dangerously inaccurate article that tries to draw parallels with BLM.

    What is ‘botched’ murder anyway, in BBC speak? Strange that the death of Floyd in the USA is never described by the BBC/BLM as botched.


    • StewGreen says:

      The story highly features the baseball coach guy
      probably cos it is basically lifted from his own book.
      ..Wright the guy who did the murder is featured as a side character.

      What’s the purpose of the BBC item ?
      It ends by
      #1 pushing the idea BLM should not get involved in paramilitary stuff even for defence.
      #2 plugging the BBC guys own 2019 book & then the 2012 non BBC movie

      Chris Bockman is the author of Are you the foie gras correspondent? Another slow news day in south west France

      Watch the trailer for Maia Wechsler’s documentary Melvin & Jean: An American story

      Le Monde basically ran the same story 2 months ago


    • Guest Who says:

      Wait for the BBC QT Xmas Special Seance with an all dead terrorist panel, and Jeremy Corbyn as team leader, with Mishal as scorekeeper.


  13. StewGreen says:

    8am Radio2 impartial news
    “The election Jo Biden has already won”
    “Trump repeated false claims and conspiracy theories”

    … what a tone. Cadwalladr admitted to the court she has made fall claims and conspiracy theories, but BBC never use that tone against her.


    • G says:

      I fear that if the criminal communist Biden is allowed to set one foot in the White House, all fraud investigations will cease along with other matters like the FBI attempted coup post 2015. After all, the so-called, “Democrats” have proven conclusively that they have no respect for the Rule of Law.


  14. Jack in the Green says:

    Heartening to read the responses after the flagging of the Millwall “incident”. Obviously some people are still wearing their thinking caps and I, in turn, doff mine to all who speak up against this insufferable wokist claptrap. Top marks. Keep it up!


    • Guest Who says:

      Speaking of airheaded media blondes…

      This ‘while I have gotcha here’ lark is dire.


      • Guest Who says:

        He could give Dobbo and Krankie a run for their money on fiscal reality.


        • G says:

          “Yobos”? Don’t they mean customers who pay the wages?

          But if we live in a World where politicians, once gaining power, ignore the view of the voters. What’s different?


        • Doublethinker says:

          Maybe if all the fans walked out and told football to go **** itself the authorities would come to their senses.


      • BRISSLES says:

        Is this ‘Femi’ (see above), the one who looked continuingly gormless when one of The Pledge team ??


  15. AsISeeIt says:

    The weekend papers: or just the frontpage of those the BBC puts top of their list this weekend.

    Top marks to the Observer that manages to twist a vaccine story into a Brexit scare tale on Sunday: ‘Military planes to fly vaccines in to avoid ports hit by Brexit’ – my notional and sarcastic top marks but BBC top billing for the Observer as that slice of agenda pushing sophistry makes the left-leaning paper number one in the BBC’s list of frontpages.

    You have to laugh. Read on and find the Observer must have spoken to civil servants and got them to acknowledge consignments: ‘…would be brought in by air if road, rail and sea routes were subject to widely expected delays…’ – widely expected by who? We are not informed, but failing all that we could just stick them in picnic coolboxes and float them off Calais in rubber dinghies, they’re sure to get through with the odd naval escort picking up the strays.

    Perhaps I mistake the BBC’s motives for their placing the Observer in number one spot on Sunday?

    Maybe it’s the Observer’s lovely aerial pic of blue sea and ice (global warming, nudge, nudge) Seems our brave flyboys are in the limelight again – not content with waiting for the call to scramble for an emergency airlift because armies of French customs officials have blockaded our road, rail and sea routes, they’ve been sending our topguns up with cameras – not to espy Putin’s latest military deployments but to ape David Attenborough’s nature photography: ‘An RAF aircraft captured this image of the largest iceberg ever recorded near South Georgia in the South Atlantic’ – while you’re down there admiring the scenery lads, keep an eye on the Argies will you? Let’s not get caught with our pants down like last time.

    Like the recent stories about the hottest day ever somewhere in Australia these Antarctic tales of supposed global warming rely for their impact on us forgetting it is currently summer time down there in the southern hemisphere.

    The FT on Saturday nabbed the BBC’s top spot. Once again it could have been the Brexit headline that piqued BBC editorial interest: ‘Johnson in EU call to unblock talks’ – the syntax is none too precise but a quick reading could be that it is Johnson who is blocking the negotiations.

    Maybe the BBC liked the FT’s: ‘Woman of the year’ feature in the FT Weekend Magazine. It’s quite some hen party, judging from the four faces that make the frontpage.

    Hilary Mantel – famous for seemingly endless historical Tudor fiction and of course admitting in an interview to fantasising about the murder of Margaret Thatcher.

    Ursula von der Leyen – apparently a very poorly performing German defence minister promoted out of the German cabinet by Merkel to her present plumb job at Brussels.

    At last the Financial Times recognises a business woman – Miuccia Prada. Not exactly a self-made entrepreneur since she inherited the name and business. Also the choice of this fashionista is not exactly breaking new ground for women in industry. I suppose she has had some success in this gay man’s world.

    And last but not least Patrisse Cullors – American artist and activist, is a co-founder of Black Lives Matter.


  16. diamonds says:

    The BBC , FA , Dion Dublin and other idiots do not get it that white people are fed up to the teeth with having the BLM, a racist, defund the Police, anarchist organisation rammed down their throats every day. This coupled with the latest craze of having every advert featuring a black person, black model etc and the BBC every news bulletin having 10 minutes on some biased/racist story and result – people protest.
    I for one will be booing every time taking the knee happens at a match, get out north of Watford and you will find out what real people think!


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  18. G says:

    I’ve been meaning to check out the “Diversity” of the Civil Service for some while. Finally got round to it:


    Sounds good but flies in the face of what I have personally observed – particularly in Londonistan.

    Over to you StewGreen as I know you like to embroider others’ contributions.


    • StewGreen says:

      @G I hope you are not one of those fragile snowflakes who gets triggered
      when someone gives a different opinion instead of merely endorsing theirs.

      BTW Wednesday Talk Radio’s Ian Collins was doing his normal thing of basing his show on repeating the LEFTY press release of the day
      “Thinktank says that Britain should move to 4 day week”
      and he listed Gambia had been one of the first countries to do that.
      ..After a few minutes he added that after the last election the new president had moved it back up to 4.5 days.

      BTW 2 months ago it was mentioned that Whitehall depts have a staggering number of high paid diversity officers
      particularly the Ministry of Defence


      • G says:

        Nope, getting up to late seventies? ‘Snowflake’? How nice of you. Its not a different opinion. I was subject to your negative comment some while ago because I posted something you had already posted and I had not spotted it. You didn’t like that. I’ve been monitoring carefully since only to see you duplicating others comments or links often. Hypocrite.


        • StewGreen says:

          Oh you are making a list .. that’s very Marxist.

          Yes I do ask others to do a quick check to see if someone has already posted what they are rushing to post.
          cos it does get a bit boring when the same post is duplicated down a page.
          “Hypocrite”, “duplicate often” no, cos I generally do a quick word search before I post .
          Occasionally it turns out that I have duplicated someone’s news
          that maybe cos my keyword check didn’t work
          cos instead of using a clear title they used a pun, or a pun version of someone’s name or I made an error myself.


          • G says:

            Many here (like me) would not know how to conduct a, “word search” and the meanings of “keyword” only the likes of ‘Snowflakes’ would probably understand that.


            • StewGreen says:

              Just press Ctrl-f…. (Command-F on Apple)
              Or If you click at the top right of browsers like Chrome below X
              a menu opens and there is a find button there)


            • JimS says:

              I wish a certain person would write ‘because’ and read his posts before clicking the ‘Post Comment’ button.

              So many of them are written in some sort of personal code or rely on the rest of us knowing what has been running through his mind before we get presented with the triumphant ‘QED’ from Fedup2’s personal ‘Chris Morris’. Well they baffle me anyway.

              As the exam papers used to say before ‘multiple choice’ took over, ‘show your workings’.

              It’s a pity because some of the posts are worth reading.


  19. Doobster78 says:


  20. pugnazious says:

    Black History Month has continued apace and has morphed into Black History Matters [Much more than any other] as the BBC becomes the mouthpiece for the extremist BLM movement and earnestly tries to impress upon us why we really, really need to know this stuff. Of course you might ask when they will find time for the Irish or Scots or Polish or Jewish or French or Asian or American History ‘Month’, I just don’t know. If I was Asian I think I’d be pretty tee’d off as the 3% of the population that is black seems to have hijacked the media, advertising, corporate and political world….when do you see an Asian face in advertising? Rare to never when compared to black faces now….every ad on Youtube is almost always fronted by a black person. Guess the Muslim radicals will have to chop off a few more heads to get the BBC back on side and reminding us how Muslims are the real victims and once agan flooding the airwaves with pro-Muslim narratives.

    ‘One lesson well understood in both Stalin’s Russia and nazi Germany was that propaganda is most effective when it is backed by terror’…Sir Alan Bullock. Historian.

    BBC has a not so subtle acceptance and understanding of terrorism as a legitimate part of the democratic process should you feel that the system does not give you everything you want. A mere tool of dissent….however, you need to be the right skin colour or have reliably anti-British credentials ala the IRA.

    As you can imagine if you allow the BBC to write the history it will be a history that comes from a very particular viewpoint….not so much history as preaching. A not so surprisng example of this is its ‘The Corrections’ programme whish seeks to ‘correct’ our mistaken view of events….and luckily for those Asians, Muslims, it seems the BBC has not totally forgotten them.


    In November the BBC decided we needed to be re-educated about the infamous Trojan Horse affair where Islamists tried to hijack British schools and turn them into Islamic propaganda centres. The plot centred on one Tahir Alam, a MCB official, that the BBC asks of ‘is he the villain or the hero of this story?’

    Clearly, given the nature of this programme, ‘The Corrections’, and that Alam was indeed found to be a villain, we know what the verdict will be….and indeed you won’t be disappointed….despite the BBC admitting that he himself admits to being an Islamist and wanting to Islamise these schools he is a ‘hero” because he did it with the best intentions in mind….Islamic values will only improve the lives of the children. Presumably the BBC agrees.

    OK…so if you ony had the best intentions then anything goes? Say Hitler’s ‘final solution’ was done to, in his eyes, improve the lives and prospects of Germans and the German nation….so that’s OK then in BBC logic?

    The BBC has never accepted the truth of what went on in the Trojan Horse affair…it has always called it a hoax despite large amounts of evidence [and indeed Alam’ own admission]…the BBC’s ‘gone native’ midlands reporter, Phil Mackie, told us that people reporting the Islamisation hijack were not only racist and islamophobic but paranoid too. Except not so much eh?

    He has this on his Twitter description…‘BBC correspondent. You’ll miss us when we’re gone.’….Nah, again, not so much.

    In 2007 Alam, in his role as MCB official, produced a document that was sent to every education authority demanding they make schools conform to Islamic principles in order to make Muslims feel comfortable…because if not they might feel marginalised….get angry…become radicalised….and start blowing things up. Pure blackmail of course….and the investigation into the Trojan Horse affair declare that this document was the ‘blueprint’ for the Trojan Horse takeover.

    So, the MCB, the most representative body of the Muslim community according to the BBC, was front and centre of an attempt to hijack and islamise British schools.

    The BBC of course never reported the existence of that 2007 document as it gave the game away….the paranoid racists and islamophobes were actually right.

    But…if you have the right intentions it’s OK…and as the BBC’s Mark Easton said, the Islamist extremists and radicals can be compared favourably with Mandela, Ghandi and Churchill.

    Don’t leave the BBC to write The History….it won’t be the real History but a very skewed version of it turning villains into heroes and heroes into villains.

    ‘If you can bear to hear the truths you’ve spoken
    Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools
    Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
    And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools’


  21. pugnazious says:

    LOL….you can’t say ‘faggot’ or ‘slut’ as part of a song telling a story on the BBC [unless you’re a racist, sexist, bigoted dinosaur listening to Radio 2] but you can watch murder, rape, drugs and violence as entertainment on the BBC.

    You can of course use terms of racist and sexist abuse if you actually sincerely mean them rather than merely as part of a fictional but representative of true life story. You can use the offensive term ‘male, pale and stale’ or ‘karens’ or ‘White privilege’ or ‘Gammon’ and you can suggest throwing acid in the face of those you disagree with or indeed promote the idea that you should ‘Kill Whitey’.

    You can indeed actually ‘Kill Whitey’ with bombs, trucks and knives and the BBC will cheerlead your cause….you were upset at being marginalised, disenfranchised and discriminated against…thus you had to fight for your rights….you’re a hero…like Ghandi, Churchill and Mandela. The BBC likes you.

    Mass murder is fine, both in entertainment and indeed real life….But ‘Faggot’ or ‘Slut’…..


  22. StewGreen says:

    Trending in United Kingdom
    Trending with Vicar of Dibley


    • pugnazious says:

      I guess that having been married to the Dudley’s answer to Nelson Mandela she feels obliged…..but I’m not sure why the BBC does….pure propaganda for an extremist group.


  23. Rich says:

    I don’t know anyone who cares about or watches BBC Sports Personality of the Year but found this interesting.


    Jonathan Rea has won six World Superbike Championships in a row, 2015 to 2020 inclusive. He has the most Superbike race wins ever. He finished second in the SPOTY in 2017 a few thousand votes behind Mo Farah after winning three Championships in a row. He doesn’t make the list at all this year however despite even more success.

    According to Gabby Logan, who looks like the non-sunbed-addicted sportier little sister of our friend Mateless, his sporting achievements are “niche” and “regional”. So said the ex-rhythmic gymnast from Leeds during her show on Radio Five Live on Saturday morning, betraying I think the mindset and attitude of the BBC in general.

    I’m no great fan of motorsports but am from the same region as Rea so am perhaps a little biased. He does seem to be a decent enough bloke, married with kids and determinedly non-political, and no-one can dispute his dominance of what is a dangerous and demanding sport. As previous recipients have proven “personality” means little when deciding the winner of this award, see Mansell and Murray for starters, surely his sporting achievements, no more “niche” than Formula 1 or Flat Racing, should merit some BBC recognition.


  24. pugnazious says:

    Curious contrast….Trump is mocked and vilified for his claim that he was robbed…but Clinton gets the red carpet treatment for her whining over 4 years that she was robbed. She has never accepted defeat and the BBC is more than happy to wheel her in to voice her complaints.

    However, Trump is right, he was robbed…just not in the way he claims. Whilst there undoubtedly would have been some dodgy goings-on in the polling the real robbery was over the course of the 4 years of his Presidency when practically the whole of the media, political establishment and much of the ‘Swamp’ including intelligence agencies worked against him….not to mention our very own BBC and The Beauty which never had a good word to say about him or his policies.

    It’s not the Russians corrupting US democracy, it’s the ironically named Democrats and all those supposed supporters of democracy and liberal values in the Media who have done Putin’s job for him by sowing instability, distrust, polarisation and division across the US political system.

    I guess you just have to destroy the system in order to save it…and maybe have a ‘Great Reset’.


    • Old Goat says:

      Maybe, but not on THEIR terms…


    • G says:

      What truly amazes me is that when all the reporters/commentators have their speculative say, the 85 million that actually voted for DJT are totally forgotten. It could be fear but for the commies, deeper thought is absent. But fear of what would happen if they rose up? I suspect that if that 85 million rose to do something about the theft, the country would grind to an immediate halt until the rest come to their senses.

      It is only brute force and numbers that has any effect these days.


  25. king crimson says:

    Further to the Millwall fans and their ‘outrageous’ behaviour. I believe precedent has been set with a certain Roy Larner, Lion of London Bridge with his “**** off, I’m Millwall”. (Not to mention the Tebbit story at Euston, if memory serves).
    Just thinking that maybe Millwall fans could do a better job of running the country.


    • Nodding Dog says:

      Don’t forget Danny Baker!
      I’ve listened a lot to Danny over the years and that phrase that he used to describe the royal baby is one he’s used many a time but that time the subject matter just happened to involve a bit of blackness.

      My belief about Mr Baker is one that similar to Ms Thatcher and the tennis player…Danny wasn’t one of them ie a rabid lefty.I remember him commenting about coming into Broadcasting House one Saturday morning on the day of some big lefty march in the capital and saying that there was a van outside the building handing out Socialist Worker placards he said something along the lines of them being in the right place to give them out it wasn’t the first time that he’d mentioned the BBC being a hotbed of left wing activism!


  26. StewGreen says:

    Disappointing to hear @JohnDCaudwell on Friday on AnyQuestions pushing green dream
    He’d been R4Today earlier
    His Twitter thread

    I’m pushing for £200bn+ to be invested in #GreenEnergy, including a Renewable Energy City, with #CaudwellPandemicRecovery. #CPR

    This Renewable Energy City would be a dedicated, tax-free zone, a state-of-the-art hub for entrepreneurship, innovation, R&D into manufacturing in all aspects of #renewableenergy and #sustainability, becoming for the environment what #SiliconValley is to technology. #CPRChart with upwards trend
    If renewable energy biz is competitive why does it need the privilege of being tax free ?



    • Old Goat says:

      Maybe all the greenies should go and inhabit this “Renewable Energy City”, and be denied access to the rest of us, and the outside world. and all the remaining benefits. I know which side of the boundary fence I’d rather be…


  27. StewGreen says:

    Where’s the MSM attitude on the US election come from ?

    2006 “To help address the chaotic nature of the climate change discourse in the UK today,
    interested agencies now need to treat the argument as having been won,
    at least for popular communications.”

    This paper was published in August 2006.


  28. Eddy Booth says:

    These freezers, at a secure location in the UK, can each hold more than more than 80,000 doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine_115812887_publicheathengland3pawire.jpg
    The bbc feeling the need to tell us they’re kept in a secure location …..and not in an unlocked shed.


  29. StewGreen says:

    BBC programme selectors you’d better put on some more progs specially aimed at the 3% of the UK that are black otherwise people will say bad things about you, say that you are racist etc.

    06:05 am Nigerian-born Gospel singer Muyiwa Olarewaju tells the story of his search for a father.
    (Muyiwa has his own @PremierRadio show )

    23:30pm repeat of above

    9:30pm a repeat from January


    • StewGreen says:

      Plus 19:45pm “Daisy Johnson’s deliciously spooky series of ghost stories with a feminist twist.”
      read by transgender campaigner Rebecca Root


    • Eddy Booth says:

      She think shes got problems, I’ve been struggling all day to find a white run corner shop to buy some eggs from.
      I’m not racist or nothing though.


  30. Eddy Booth says:

    The Black Panther who hijacked a jet to Algeria and started again in France

    I (unfortunately) read this long piece, a pointless historical article, making it sound like a fun crime caper. .
    “Oh i wonder what the feted black panthers are doing today” kind of thing…
    Basically ( reading between the lines )
    Race victims in America hijack a plane to Algeria, realise Africa is a sh#thole, so send the kids back to USA and move themselves to France.and Portugal.
    Any irony naturally lost on bbc..


    • JohnC says:

      lol – you beat me to it Eddy!

      The real Eddy Booth was spot on the money : A complete Lefty with an ‘anti -racialism’ sticker on his car who turned out to be the biggest racist hypocrite of all when it affected him personally.


      • StewGreen says:

        Ah the Love Thy Neighbour series 1972
        about “Eddie Booth (Jack Smethurst) a white socialist
        and the black couple who move in next door. ”

        The views of white Eddie were presented so as to make him appear ignorant and bigoted and were contrasted with the more tolerant attitude of his wife.
        “In nearly every show, the white neighbour was shown to be wrong”


  31. JohnC says:

    Gosh – I’m stunned by the article I just saw on the BBC site:
    They are glorifying his life and actually making a hero out of this guy for hijacking an airliner with 86 people on it. They let them off after they got the money – which means the FBI believed they would kill them if they didn’t get it.
    That article is absolutely disgraceful.


  32. BigBrotherCorporation says:

    Sorry if this has already been mentioned, but:


    ‘Fire tears through New York Middle Collegiate Church’

    Another day, and yet another church going up in flames!

    This particular church, in NY, seems to get special (front page!) treatment on the BBC website, I wonder why? ‘ The church is known for supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, LGBTQ rights, and efforts to tackle climate change.’ Ah, now I see.

    So many more around the world NOT getting any attention from the BEEB, or relegated to the ‘local news’, you’d be hard put to know it was happening.

    It really annoys me, not because I’m religious, I’m a complete atheist, but besides churches often being beautiful old buildings and part of the history and culture of many countries, this is just plain wrong and smacks of religious persecution. Something the BBC would be all over, if the religion in question wasn’t Christianity (or Judaism?).

    I wonder what is behind this strange ‘coincidence’ of hundreds of Christian places of worship around the globe ‘suddenly’ and ‘mysteriously’ going up in smoke in such a short space of time?… hmm, I really do wonder…


  33. JohnC says:

    Further BBC browsing informed me of the BBC guest presenters over the Xmas period:
    Of the two white males I can see, Dean McCullough also presents ‘Wake up to Gaydio Breakfast’.
    Looks like a well-balanced line-up which is not sexist or racist whatsoever. Unless you are a heterosexual white male that is – but you don’t count so it doesn’t matter.


    • The WestWyvern says:

      The Head of Radio1 is Alex Hayden Jones. Openly gay and would regularly talk about his boyfriend when he was the studio director on the Radio Breakfast show with Chris Moyles a few years back.

      Hasn’t he done well?


      • StewGreen says:

        They even highlight their own box ticking


        • BigBrotherCorporation says:

          And every one a face for radio.

          I’m not actually sure if many of those are male, or female… ah, alright, I’m a bit slow off the mark there.

          I am so, so glad I’m not a ‘yoof’ any more!

          PS A ‘hard of hearing DJ’? Isn’t a deaf DJ about as much use as a blind pilot?! The BBC are so wrapped up in political correctness they’ve become a parody of themselves.


  34. Guest Who says:

    A lot of folk.

    Mainly in media.


  35. Lucy Pevensey says:

    How many African slaves or overcrowded black slums are there in the fictitious village of Dibley?


    • davylars says:

      Not BBC but the latest Sky production of Jack and the Beanstalk for Christmas Eve…..


      I kid you not……


    • BRISSLES says:

      I love Dawn French as a comedienne, but she will dismay a lot of her fans with this. Totally not necessary. The same as that shower who were ‘outraged’ at the Jamaican rapists and thugs being deported. (Thandie Newton should be reported to the Trades Description for being an ‘actor’ )


    • digg says:

      I believe that the BBC and the entertainment luvvies have done more to make the average citizen in the country resent ethnic people than the last 200 years of history has ever done.


    • JimS says:

      Over at IsThe BBCBiased it is noted that Ms. French’s crucifix has an inverted cross – fan of St. Peter or Satan?

      C’mon man! This is the BBC!


  36. Lucy Pevensey says:

    The public won the day over the BBC Proms controversy.
    I wonder if this is the state broadcaster’s way of punishing us for that by trying to taint our Christmas day with their ideology?


  37. Guest Who says:

    Nice mask in his avatar.

    Probably a big a Lurch fan too. And reciprocal.


  38. theisland says:


    • JohnC says:

      My phone is bombarding me with a headline from the Daily Telgraph that ‘Trump repeats false claims about voter fraud’.
      I find this particularly disturbing because they cannot know they are false until they are all disproved in a court of law (and even then it’s dubious these days).
      What has happened to the world ?. What a strange time we live in.


  39. Guest Who says:

    Black Abs Matter

    If that does not set the BBC tone for the week, then…

    Dawn French on buttock day next?


  40. Guest Who says:

    As a summary of EVERY SINGLE TV NEWS effort these days, bang on.


  41. Sluff says:

    It’s your Sunday evening Millwall FC update.

    Yes, the BBC are STILL banging on about a few hundred people exercising their right to free speech and opposing the marxist, police hating organisation that is BLM.

    The BBC are still painting the boo-ing as racist.

    Although quite what teams of predominantly black millionaire footballers have got to whinge about is never explained.


  42. Northern Voter says:

    I’ve just found a copy of the Radio Times dated December 1982, if anyone wants to see whats on this year.


  43. taffman says:

    This evening I had the misfortune to listen to Talk Radio. A station that I frequently tune in to.
    What a mistake! Nothing but anti-British, anti-Brexit bile topped up by a Scottish Nationalist presenter with an agenda of promoting his ‘gayness’.
    He should get a job with Al Beeb.


    • StewGreen says:

      When I search John Nicolson MP’s name and TalkRadio on Twitter
      I get a list of tweets that say
      “who is that antiBrexit anti-Trump sneering Scottish nutter on TalkRadio ?”

      Here the SNP MP sneers at a listener.


  44. StewGreen says:

    item #2 a long advert against Scottish Salmon farming
    claiming that the mortality rate is 26% so the farmers must be evil.
    ..and then at the end they listed things that were included in the mortality
    one was predation another disease
    FFS you can’t stop seals and birds of prey killing the fish, never mind disease.
    And if you look at wild animals they often have a high mortlity rate.


    • StewGreen says:

      Actually that was #3
      #1 Gliding in Black Mountains, #2 Land partnership, #4 B list celebrity hedge building, #4 Tupping again,
      #5 “The Fight Against Climate Change” Peat conservation (driving with phone illegally on her lap)
      “Peat deterioration causes 10mTonnes of UK CO2 per year
      I reckon that is not much ..maybe 40 minutes of global emissions/year
      They were putting carpet over some peat to prevent water erosion.
      #6 Historic wheat bread


      • Deborah says:

        Stew, you should have told those lucky enough not to have watched Countryfile that the piece of carpet that was apparently going to stop climate change appeared to be about 6ft by 6ft (and I think I am being generous).


        • StewGreen says:

          Very contrived as well
          She was pretending it wasn’t a set up and it was a normal working day. Yet when they got there they were in the fog clouds and rain.
          Traipsing over ground like that wouldn’t have done anything for the peat surface.


  45. Jack in the Green says:

    Readers and contributors to this site may be interested in a book called: Winners take all: the elite charade of changing the world – by Anand Giridharadas. It looks at the global philanthropy business and has a cast of characters including the Clintons. It reminded me very much of the recycling business and it’s prime beneficiaries, the petrochemical industries. Worth a look.


  46. Laughing at Lefties says:

    22 Michigan Dominion machines are also now being audited by Trump’s legal team. If they have similar results, expect high-profile arrests in the next week. Trump’s not going anywhere.


    • JohnC says:

      The Supreme Court decision over Brexit changed my perspective on law and order completely. When a gasp goes round the courtroom, you know something smells bad. I thought we got rid of such corruption hundreds of years ago.
      If the bankers and their lackey politicians and everyone else whose entire status is dependent on the status quo where Joe Public is just the cash cow don’t want it, the law will be ‘interpreted’ to arrive at the correct result.
      My faith in Western civilisation is at an all time low. We are on a path to self-destruction based on narrow-minded greed.
      It doesn’t matter if Trump is right or wrong. He will be judged to be wrong.


  47. taffman says:

    Al Beeb
    “Climate change: Snowy UK winters could become thing of the past”
    They are at it again , “could”.
    A. They can’t tell us the correct weather next week.
    B. Its cold and frosty here now in the west with a temp of 1 Deg C
    C Global ‘warmists’ go and bully China, India, Germany and the US.,
    perhaps they will listen ?
    We in the UK, have little effect on the global temp.


    • JohnC says:

      If it’s too warm, it’s global warming.
      If it’s too cold, it’s climate change.
      Meanwhile it’s an excuse to charge us taxation through the nose hoping we can make a small fraction change to the overall effect of the world.
      It’s like reducing the idle speed of an engine by 10 rpm and claiming you are saving the world resources.


  48. Guest Who says:

    When BBC #criticsaresaying goes awks…


    • Eddy Booth says:

      Didn’t virtue signal strongly enough before making her point.

      Personally if the mainstream media and the government are strongly pro for me getting a vaccine, then just to be awkward I’m against
      Nothing to do with microchips etc