Kesgrave Cancel The BBC

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Kesgrave Cancel The BBC

A means of hitting back?


What does the left have that we do not?  The left has community.  They have a strong presence in the community.  They own education, mother and toddler groups, scouts, guides, brownies and cubs, sports associations.  They run local groups like the Kesgrave Help service where you can phone up and they’ll help you get that heavy sofa downstairs if you live alone.  Not 5 minutes from where I live are dozens of Cancel Harpies keen to scream at me on social media.  I was thrown off Nextdoor, an international community web with sites in every locality over much of the world, including Kesgrave & Rushmere.  I had raised the issue of violent teaching in the Koran for public debate and they don’t allow public debate.  Nextdoor is owned by Facebook but run by local Cancel Harpies.

In my local community, like the local Tesco, for example, we interact with people who are full of taking the knee and bowing to Islam.  People who watch the BBC.  The store manager watches TV and pretends to be impartial.  But Tesco now has full time pop music intruding on your thoughts as you struggle to balance budget and bread.  Every 5 minutes there is a Standard English exhortation to PLEASE RESPECT OTHERS.  Didn’t a few university teachers resign recently in protest at the university’s widespread use of this word, RESPECT, as a Marxist injunction?  Like dissent is not respectful.  Well, now it’s at Tesco.  The left is a real presence in every community.  See if you can spot them when you go shopping.  They are the ones who are vociferous in your community, the ones who, in the words of Common Purpose, “lead beyond authority”.  Three or four middle class LHP Cancel Harpies who support each other have a massive influence out of all proportion to their actual numbers.  And there are a lot more than 3 or 4 LHP Cancel Harpies in Kesgrave.  What about YOUR local community?

It’s no accident that the BBC is an organ of Left Hand Path propaganda.  The Left Hand Path is a community based, middle class virus and its early proponents in both Russia and China were middle class.  Media professionals are of necessity educated and inevitably hold middle class values and ethics;  3 or 4 vociferous middle class LHP Cancel Harpies who were educationally Marxists will have begun to spread the word in their local middle class communities and among those influenced by their Marxist fartwaffle are the people who operate the BBC.  Something like that must be how the obscenity that the BBC has become started.  The terrible situation we are now in developed slowly over years and finally we have noticed.  We don’t have a vaccine and this foul virus in the heart and soul of Britain is eating us alive.  Is it too late?  What can we do to fight back?

The truth is, the Left Hand Path has massive presence and control at the roots of our society and the conservative right has nothing.  Forget “I-don’t-mind-woke” Johnson and his party of spineless moderates.  They are woke, they are not going to stop the BBC.  So what can we do?  The real question is: What can I do?

I want to free my community from the Left Hand Path which influences what happens where I live to such an extent I believe it’s true to say they more or less control it.  Therefore I must find a way to take it back from them.  I’m 70 and I don’t have experience of working with others in the community to create a fightback of some sort, but I know if nobody does anything we will continue to fade away.  I believe we are on the brink of the abyss.  It won’t be long before the arrest and mass detention of dissidents will increase to the point where the general public becomes aware of it and is frightened to speak of.  It has already started, but it’s in the early stage.  It’s no good whining on the web about all the terrible things being done in the name of correct thinking epitomised by the BBC and The Guardian.  They represent the community and have its support.  They don’t care about your whining.  For them a woke Tory government is just as helpful as a Labour government.  Red or Blue, Woke is woke, right?

So I started Kesgrave Cancel the BBC in the hope of bringing 3 or 4 other people together within the context of fighting back at something monstrous imposed by threat of criminal prosecution and sanction by our Left Hand Path influenced Tory government.  If 3 or 4 barking nut jobs can do it for LHP, 3 normal people can do it for the right, but contacting 3 such people is like struggling to awaken a dead parrot.  I’m making mistakes and learning as I go along.  Do please try to stay on topic in your comments;  I will read every comment and respond where relevant.  I am particularly interested in reading your ideas for what could be done to increase membership of Cancel the BBC in any community, how to leaflet (where can I get low cost leaflets and handouts printed?), how to organise leaflet handouts, shopping center stalls, public meetings.  Let me know if this description of Kesgrave is an echo of your own community or not.

Note: Defund the BBC is an online electronic entity which talks a lot online but has no community presence and it is, quite rightly, laughingly ignored by the media and the political establishment, as well as by the LHP which controls your community and mine.


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In a way, the name of this site is prophetic. The BBC is biased, I think that is a given at this point.

But it’s worse than that, it is vile.

Just over a week ago, I was defamed on a local BBC radio programme – the Nolan Show.This came as a shock as I do not listen to such trash and the only reason I even knew about was when I suddenly got an urgent text from the show’s producer asking me would I care to comment on the allegation made by one of their favourite contributors. The host of the show, Stephen Nolan, was quick to suggest he had no such knowlege of any such views, and he stated I would be contacted for a right of reply.

He didn’t do it to help me of course, he did it to save his programmes’ sorry ass from my lawyers. I thought about it, and replied as per below.

I was assured the response would be read out.

It wasn’t. Naturally.

I instigated a legal warning against them and am still considering options but it comes to a pretty pass when an unapologetic bloated BBC can allow people to be defamed on air and ignore any right of response.

The sooner the BBC is defunded the better. This parasite has bled us dry for far too long. It’s been about 5 years since I was last on the BBC and it’s fantastic not to smell its fetid stench


Hi everybody! I know it’s been a while! I trust you are all well. I wanted to take a moment to thank you for your continued support for this site. In PARTICULAR, I wanted to thank Fedup2 for doing all the hard work of setting up the Open Threads and it is very much appreciated. Good debate about the endless toxic BBC bias is welcome here, ad hominem is not. I want to make it clear that anyone engaging in such will be banned. It spoils the site, reduces the quality of discourse and is not accepable. I hope you all agree with me and will ensure that comments stay fair, balanced and reasonable (unlike the BBC!)

Guest article – Roger Harrabin to the rescue!

“It’s not often you get a top BBC journalist pooh-poohing the corporation’s top news programme, but that is what we saw a couple of days ago. The story begins with Monday’s Today programme, which told listeners in no uncertain terms that “there could be no insects left on Earth in a hundred years”. This story is based, of course, on the recently published scientific review of papers on insect populations that has been getting heavy play in the left-wing press this week.

The paper, published by two Australian researchers, claimed that insect populations across the globe are crashing and that disaster therefore loomed (most scientific papers these days seem to have similiar punchlines). However, within hours of the news splash on Monday, questions were already being asked about the reliability of the findings and since then, experts in the field have raised concerns too. One entomologist, Steven Falk, has since said “Will insects really disappear in 100 years? Of course not”, a position supported by Barnaby Smith of the Bumblebee Trust.

So it’s has been no surprise to find the mainstream media backsliding too. ITV’s Tom Clarke has written on the subject, saying that “making claims about the diversity or abundance of insects which aren’t necessarily supported by the facts risks undermining the power of the case”. Indeed.

But more amusingly, within a matter of hours of the Today programme’s hysteria-laden headlines, the BBC’s own Roger Harrabin had tweeted “Yes, insect decline is v worrying… but there will NOT be NO insects in 100 years, That’s loose talk – unless we’ve fried the planet by then. Cockroaches will outlive us.”

So there you have it: the BBC’s flagship news programme is engaging in “wild talk”. It’s official.

Andrew Montford is the deputy director of the Global Warming Policy Forum

BBC – on the frontline of the gender wars!

As well as it’s pernicious and toxic bias the BBC is also a key advocate for various forms of radical leftist thinking and one of these is the idea that gender is fluid and with many options. There is not a week that goes by without the BBC pushing one or another form of mental aberration as the new gender progressive. Just take a look at this nonsense from 2016 and that was the EARLY days. Almost three years on the BBC itself was pushing this sort of freak trip;

“Is the way we treat boys and girls the real reason we haven’t achieved equality between men and women? In this bold, engaging and provocative experiment, Doctor Javid Abdelmoneim (pictured) aims to find out whether stripping away the pink and blue will change the way this class of seven year-olds think.”

The BBC is currently out to push the #Metoo agenda as far as possible since that is aimed at undermining  men but at a deeper level it is also all about subverting gender identity altogether  – and starting in the schoolroom.