Monday, 25 June 2018

Erdogan tightens grip with Turkey poll win per BBC News

Swings and roundabouts BBC? 

'Mr Erdogan has presided over a strong economy and built up a solid support base by investing in healthcare, education and infrastructure.

But the 64-year-old has also polarised opinion, cracking down on opponents and putting some 160,000 people in jail.' 

Polarised opinions? Jailing 160,000 people? Minor details compared with improving healthcare? Don't forget he's also stood up to Israel and as for his comments on Muslim immigration into the EU, right on BBC message. 

Weapons found at the ‘Muslim Eton’ per The Sunday Times

This report was not picked up by the BBC. Imagine how they'd have headlined the story if it had actually been Eton rather than the 'Muslim Eton'.

'The head of an Islamic boarding school dubbed the "Muslim Eton" has been forced out after bladed weapons, a toy gun and £400,000 were found on the premises.

The Department for Education (DfE) had sought a rare closure order for Darul Uloom school in Chislehurst, southeast London.

However, the school agreed in court last week to remove the head, Mustafa Musa, his son Yusuf, who was in charge of child safeguarding at the school, and the board of trustees instead.

Armed police were called to the school on May 30 after reports of a man brandishing a firearm. They arrested Yusuf Musa and found weapons and cash at his flat in the grounds. Mustafa Musa was arrested for alleged money-laundering.'

Remember the BBC have a narrative to push. 

Sunday, 24 June 2018

BBC finds Andrew Marr guilty of breach over claim on Palestinian kids

This Mail report is of interest to me as for once the BBC couldn't circle the wagons to protect one of their own.

'BBC finds Andrew Marr guilty of breach over claim on Palestinian kids

BBC bosses have found Andrew Marr guilty of breaching editorial guidelines with a 'misleading' claim that Israel had killed 'lots of Palestinian kids'.

The Corporation's extraordinary ruling against one of its most senior personalities is almost unprecedented.

It follows a complaint about comments made by the presenter on his flagship Sunday news programme.

During the April 8 edition, Marr concluded a discussion of the Syrian regime's chemical weapons attack on civilians by saying: 'And the Middle East is aflame again.

'I mean there's lots of Palestinian kids being killed further south as well by Israeli forces.' His comments were a reference to clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians in Gaza.

Anti-semitism campaigner Jonathan Sacerdoti complained, writing: 'When talking about a story on the use of chemical weapons in Syria, Andrew Marr for some reason decided to talk about Israel (which was unrelated anyway). He stated there's a lot of Palestinian kids being killed further south by Israeli forces.

'This is completely incorrect and is made up. This was irrelevant to the conversation on Syria… and also actually completely false.'

BBC producers initially tried to defend Marr's comments by pointing to the fact that five 'younger people' had been killed between the beginning of the year and the date of the programme.

They also said several Palestinian children and younger people were killed in the week following the broadcast, but Mr Sacerdoti argued that later events could not be used to justify Mr Marr's comments.

His complaint has been upheld.

Fraser Steel, head of executive complaints at the BBC, wrote to Mr Sacerdoti saying: 'The BBC's guidelines require that output is "well sourced" and "based on sound evidence".

'In the absence of any evidence to support the reference to "lots" of children being killed at the time of transmission, it seems to us to have risked misleading audiences on a material point.

'We therefore propose to uphold this part of your complaint.''

I can see no reporting of the upholding of this complaint on the BBC. But more importantly Andrew Marr should be made to read out that verdict at the beginning and the end of his next BBC show. 

The BBC's anti Israel bias shines through and must be tackled. 

Saturday, 23 June 2018

Restaurant Owner Kicks Out Sarah Sanders per The Daily Caller

The Daily Caller reports on the latest incidence of lefty intolerance.

'Sarah Sanders


 Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely left. Her actions say far more about her than about me. I always do my best to treat people, including those I disagree with, respectfully and will continue to do so'

Sarah Sanders showing considerably more class than the restaurateur. 

Brexit: Marchers demand final Brexit deal vote per BBC News who don't comment on apparent amnesia

'One of the rally organisers, James McGrory from pressure group Open Britain, said there should be "a choice between leaving with the deal that the government negotiates, or staying in the European Union".

"But the most important thing is that this isn't decided just by 650 politicians in Westminster... Brexit is such a big deal [that] it should include all 65 million of us in the country, and that's why people today are marching for a people's vote," he said.'

Has James McGrory forgotten that the UK population had a chance to vote on Brexit, just two years ago, and the Brexit side won that referendum. If the Remain side had won the referendum would Brexiters have been given the chance to call for a second referendum to decide upon the sort of EU membership we wanted? It's strange how referenda across the EU that go the way of the EU are accepted as the final word whereas votes that go against the EU are questionable and the public must be asked again, and again, until they give the correct answer. 

The anti Brexit report is here

Friday, 22 June 2018

The Left are becoming scarier by the day

Watch this whole video and take especial note of Peter Fonda's tweets 

If a Conservative, however you define that, said anything half as bad about someone on the left then the mainstream media would be up in arms. However for the left-wing mainstream media anyone on the right of politics is fair game and left-wing figures are beyond criticism. 

The West is heading for bad times, the left are increasingly emboldened to do what they want, and at some point there will be a backlash. 

Venezuelan forces killed hundreds

I see that socialism is working as usual in Venezuela. 

'Venezuelan security forces have carried out hundreds of arbitrary killings under the guise of fighting crime, the UN's human rights body says.

In a report, it cites "shocking" accounts of young men being killed during operations, often in poor districts, over the past three years.

The UN's human rights chief said no-one was being held to account, suggesting the rule of law was "virtually absent".

Venezuela has in the past dismissed human rights allegations as "lies".

The country is going through a protracted political and economic crisis.'

Somehow I doubt that Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell will be criticising the Venezuelan regime. 

Do bear in mind that what is happening in Venezuela today is the UK's future should Corbyn, McDonnell and the rest of that socialist cabal ever get into power. 

The report I quoted from is here at the BBC where there is of course no mention of the Labour Party fans of the Venezuela regime. 

Foreign & hostile actors DID have access to Hillary Clinton's emails and the FBI created a law just for her?

I'd say 'unbelievable' but sadly this is all too believable. 

Italy migrant row: Move to seize two Med rescue ships per BBC News who seem to miss a word from one sentence

'Italy's new right-wing government has taken a harder stance on rescue ships bringing large numbers of migrants to Italy, which is often the nearest port for those rescued off coast of Libya.' 

Surely the word 'European' needs inserting between 'nearest' and 'port' or am I just too cynical? 

Actually no, here's a list of the 10 ports in Tunisia that are much nearer to the Libyan coast than is Sicily

This isn't about 'rescuing' migrants off the coast of Libya. It is about NGOs providing a transport system for migrants who've paid people traffickers to put them in the position to be so 'rescued'. 

Watch Democrats change their tune on immigration, why?

I realised that the left's furore over migrant children being separated from their parents was manufactured as they ignored it when it happened when the Obamamessiah was President. But that the fuss was timed to take attention off of the IG Report was something that I should have realised, I feel so foolish! 

Councillor Who said Islamic State Doesn't Exist Given Anti-Terror Role

A few years ago this sort of news would have shocked me but now it's just par for the course. This is along the lines of Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Syria being elected to United Nations positions on women etc. 

'Birmingham council has appointed a controversial Muslim Labour member who has previously claimed that Islamic State does not exist and has dismissed Islamist attacks to a committee tasked with protecting children from radicalisation and terrorism.

Safia Akhtar Noor was suspended and then forced to resign as a school governor at Yew Tree Community School in Birmingham after several posts on her Facebook questioned if the terror group was an invention after the Westminster Bridge attack.

On the day of the attack in March last year, she wrote: "Can people stop fighting on Facebook? Sadly people died in Westminster today but people die every day in Syria, Palestine, Africa, Rohingya, Kashmir. Need I carry on?!! Grow up and stop pointing fingers!"

Five days later she claimed in another message: "So someone got stabbed after the attack last week as a result of media and government claiming that SO CALLED ISIS HAD CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY."

She added: "There is no ISIS and there is no proof."

Despite this, the law student was able to stand as a Labour candidate in May's local elections in the Small Heath ward – which has a majority Muslim population – and won with more than 3,000 votes.

Now, she has been appointed to the Children's Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee of the Labour-controlled council.

The body looks over initiatives to prevent radicalisation and extremism and has given guidance on the Prevent strategy, intended to stop people being drawn into terrorism.'

There's lot more here at Breitbart 

Thursday, 21 June 2018

Pound Sterling (GBP) per BBC News

The glass is always at least half empty BBC are still reporting that:

'Investors will be keeping an eye on the pound which has fallen in early trading, down to $1.3140. Yesterday it rallied above $1.32 after Prime Minister Theresa May won a crucial Brexit vote in Parliament.'

This is at the point that Sterling is trading up at $1.3255 but good economic news must be hidden by the BBC as their interests are served by a relentless diet of bad news. 

Careful BBC News you're very close to the truth about the UK

This BBC page gets close to the truth about the UK:

'If you control public communication you can control the way people think and how they behave.'

That's just what the BBC try, and pretty much succeed, to do. 

The original story is about China and what Xi Jinping's government is counting on but the parallels are clear. 

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

"Sen. Cruz Questions I.G. Horowitz + Dir. Wray | Senate Committee Judiciary Hearing"

Even more from the Senate Committee Judiciary Hearing, incredibly shocking. 

Watch "Trey Gowdy GRILLS IG Horowitz On FBI Bias 6/19/18 DOJ & FBI Oversight Hearing"

This video should be being reported everywhere but as it is political dynamite about the FBI and the Clinton and Trump investigations, it won't get any attention from the majority of the mainstream media including the Obama worshipping, Clinton adoring and Trump hating BBC. 

Watch from the 8 minute point for the key questions from Trey Gowdy and the answers from Mr Horowitz. Judge for yourself the quality of the answers.

What would it take for the BBC to report such an exchange? 

Syrian man confesses to attacking kippah-wearing Israeli Arab in Berlin as will not be reported by the BBC

'A Syrian man on trial in Berlin for attacking a man wearing a kippah confessed in court to the assault and apologised to the victim.

The alleged assailant, identified as a 19-year-old Syrian Palestinian living in Germany since 2015, turned himself in two days after the April 17 attack. He is being tried as a juvenile.

During the attack, the assailant lashed the man with his belt and repeated the Arabic word for Jew, "Yahudi." The victim, Adam Armouch, an Arab Israeli, filmed the attack on his phone; the video went viral on social media. Armouch was accompanied by a 24-year-old man also wearing a kippah who reported being accosted verbally by three men.


Armoush, 21, who is not Jewish, told the Deutsche Welle news agency that he had grown up in an Arab-Christian family in Haifa, Israel, and said he put on the kippah as an experiment to see "how bad it is to walk Berlin's streets as a Jew today." The attack took place in the trendy Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood, which is popular among many Israelis living in Berlin.

The attack led thousands of Jews and non-Jews to don kippahs and participate in "Wear a Kippah" rallies in Berlin and other German cities to protest anti-Semitism.'

Well that showed a non-Jew what it's like to walk the streets of Berlin as a Jew. But as it was a Syrian Muslim immigrant to Germany who committed the attack by lashing the man with his belt and repeating the Arabic word for Jew, I don't think that the BBC want to give this news any publicity. 

There's more about this incident, including the original video which I think I posted when it first went viral, here Maybe I should ask the BBC why they aren't reporting this news. But then I know why they aren't reporting this. 

Microsoft staff demand firm ends Border Patrol contract per BBC News

Reporting is all in the choice of language, here's an example from the agenda pushing BBC. This BBC report is headlined 'Microsoft staff demand firm ends Border Patrol contract'. The report does tell us that 'An open letter signed by more than 100 Microsoft employees has called on the tech giant to stop its work with US Border Patrol.'

More than 100 staff, that's impressive. Really? According to Headcount Microsoft the firm had a headcount of 124,293 at the end of the last financial year. More than 100; I'll guess that's not close to 200 or the BBC would say nearly 200 staff. It's probably less than 150 too, else the BBC would say 150 staff, so let's assume 125 staff. 125 staff would be 1 in a thousand of Microsoft staff, not a huge percentage. Oddly in this instance the BBC push the views of the 0.1% and wonders how Microsoft could ignore such a huge proportion. Oddly the BBC are less happy to accept the opinions of the 52% who voted for Brexit. 

Question Time host's memorable moments

The BBC's memorable moments video selection don't include the Harriet Harman controlling hand incident, what a surprise. 

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

US quits 'biased' UN human rights council per BBC News

This BBC report really doesn't want to give any succour to President Donald Trump hence the last line of these opening four:

'The US has pulled out of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

The body is "hypocritical and self-serving" and "makes a mockery of human rights", said Nikki Haley, the US envoy to the UN.

Ms Haley last year accused the council of "chronic anti-Israel bias" and said the US was reviewing its membership.

Formed in 2006, the council has been criticised for allowing countries with questionable human rights records to be members.'

Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Algeria - how could anyone criticise such countries for their human rights records? Yet for the UNHRC and the institutionally anti Israel BBC it's Israel that's always the villain. 

EU Chief Jean-Claude Juncker Defies Protests to Deliver Heartfelt Defence of Karl Marx

'Delivering an impassioned defence of Karl Marx's legacy, EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker argued the radical should not be judged for the Communist atrocities that took place in his name.

The President of the European Commission defied protests to deliver his speech at an event commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Communist Manifesto writer's birth in Trier, west Germany.

Speaking at a church in the city, he said: "Karl Marx was a philosopher, who thought into the future, had creative aspirations, and today he stands for things which is he not responsible for, and which he didn't cause, because many of the things he wrote down were redrafted into the opposite.

He added: "One has to understand Karl Marx from the context of his time and not have prejudices based on the review, these judgements shouldn't exist."

During the event, where he unveiled a statue of Marx donated by China's authoritarian government, Juncker also highlighted goals of furthering EU integration and "social rights" in the bloc as Marx's contribution to the European project.

His speech, which was briefly interrupted by an anti-Communist protest, came in the face of pleas from politicians around the world for him to boycott the event, which critics argued represented a whitewashing of "the most destructive ideology in human history".'

Ladies and gentlemen, our EU master... 

More here but obviously not on the institutionally pro EU and soft on communism BBC. 

Monday, 18 June 2018

FACT CHECK: Obama Bribed Iran $400 Million to Release U.S. Prisoners?

This report on Snopes has had me chuckling away today:

'It is true the U.S. agreed to the settlement at the same time it was negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran and for the return of four U.S. citizens who had been detained by Iran. However, the negotiations over these these issues were conducted by completely separate teams in order to avoid any overlap or suggestions of connections between them.


The fact that the money was physically sent to Iran in various currencies  rather than simply transferred by wire may seem odd in the context of the United States' increasingly cashless society, but that was done in order to avoid existing Treasury Department sanctions that banned the use of American currency in transactions with Iran, and international sanctions which at that time kept Iran from accessing the global financial markets (and which were lifted in January 2016).'


Also if the money was paid in cash so as to' avoid existing Treasury Department sanctions', wasn't that illegal? 

'Labour anti-Semitism is putting off students' - No shit, Sherlock

Even this blindingly obvious BBC report for young people that some Jewish students are put off going to some British universities because of the left wing antisemitic attitudes prevailing was too much for the Labour Party.

'We contacted Labour in May when we first started to investigate this to provide someone to interview, but they declined.

They sent us this statement.

"The Labour Party takes all complaints of anti-Semitism extremely seriously, which are fully investigated and appropriate disciplinary action taken in line with our rules and procedures.

"Labour's new General Secretary Jennie Formby has made it her first priority to speed up and strengthen our procedures and to develop a programme of political education to create deeper awareness and understanding about all forms of anti-Semitism."'

When the Labour Party under Corbyn won't even be interviewed by the Labour Party's propaganda arm but have to issue a statement you know that they have a really serious problem with antisemitism in the party. Jeremy Corbyn and his cadre have emboldened the antisemites on the left of the Labour Party and the Corbynites won't do anything concrete to stamp down on the antisemites: they've spent years appearing on platforms with antisemites, reading polemical propaganda and calling Hamas and Hezbollah 'friends'. 

Conservative newcomer Iván Duque wins Colombia's presidential election the BBC News use an odd phrase

This BBC report on the Colombian Presidential Election result contains this oddly worded sentence:

'He also says he will impose tougher punishments on crimes allegedly committed by the rebels during the brutal five-decade conflict with the government.'

On crimes? Surely that should be for crimes. Also surely the punishments won't be for crimes allegedly committed by the rebels but for actual crimes, unless the BBC believe that the rebels are freedom fighters thus with clean hands. 

Sunday, 17 June 2018

News from the USA that you won't find reported on the Obama worshipping BBC

Woman shouting 'Allahu akbar' stabs two shoppers at French supermarket

First that there's no mention on the BBC, not that that is surprising. 

Second that any report could elide these two lines:

'A woman allegedly shouted 'Allahu akbar' before she stabbed two people with a box cutter in a supermarket in La Seyne-sur-Merm southern France on Sunday


Officials said it was an 'isolated incident' and cited the woman's history of mental illness, but admitted terrorism could not be ruled out.'

No because shouting Allahu akbar is not a link with Islamist terrorism. 

Here's some more from The Mail report:

A woman has allegedly shouted 'Allahu akbar' before stabbing two people with a box cutter in a supermarket in southern France.

The suspect stabbed customers in a checkout line at a supermarket in La Seyne-sur-Mer on Sunday morning, according to local reports.

A man shopping at the E.Leclerc shop was struck in the chest and was hospitalised, and a woman at the market's cash register was also injured, but not as seriously.

Officials said the attacker, who is said to be 24 years old and born in France, has been detained.

A woman allegedly shouted 'Allahu akbar' before she stabbed two people with a box cutter in a supermarket in La Seyne-sur-Merm southern France on Sunday

The suspect was reportedly quickly overpowered by staff members at the supermarket.

Officials said it was an 'isolated incident' and cited the woman's history of mental illness, but admitted terrorism could not be ruled out.'

The Israeli-Palestinian battle over Prince William’s Kotel visit

'Ten days before the first official visit by a British royal to Israel, Ynet learns the Western Wall will be defined as part of the future king's visit to the Palestinian Authority; Kensington Palace delays the release of the last day's itinerary so as not to create a controversy that would mar the visit.'

So it would be controversial for the Western Wall to be described as part of Israel but not to be included in the Palestinian Territories? I sense two things here, first the dead hand of the Arabists at the Foreign Office and second a touch of fear of violent Palestinian protests/attacks. Man up Prince William, one day you should be King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, be a man and do the right thing. 

More here,7340,L-5288226,00.html but obviously not on the institutionally anti Israel BBC. 

MP David Lammy grapples with Sun reporter and storms out of interview and after we dared ask about anti-Semitism row at Labour Live festival

The SUN report 

'MP David Lammy grapples with Sun reporter and storms out of interview and after we dared ask about anti-Semitism row at Labour Live festival

LABOUR'S David Lammy lost his rag today when questioned by The Sun about anti-Semitism in the party.

The campaigning MP grappled with our cameraman before storming off in a huff because he didn't want to talk about anti-Jewish bigots putting off attendees.'

Imagine that a Conservative MP had 'grappled' with a press cameraman, the BBC would be headlining the story. However as this is a BAME Labour MP there will be no mention at all.

Maybe David 'Mastermind' Lammy was out of his intellectual depth being asked a question for which he wasn't prepared.

Driver delivering curry rips Palm Sunday cross from wall at home of Christian mother per London Evening Standard

'Police are investigating after a take-away driver was caught on CCTV  ripping down a cross as he delivered a curry to a churchgoer's home.' 

More here but obviously not on the BBC where Muslims in the UK face terrible travails and do not perpetrate any hate attacks. 

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Taxi ploughs into pedestrians in Moscow injuring eight per BBC News

To add some background to this BBC story here's something, the religious breakdown of the population of Kyrgyzstan:

'Islam - 80%
Russian Orthodox Church -17%
other - 3%'

Jordan Peterson Threatens To Sue Feminist Professor Who Called Him An Incel

This is an interesting story about the famed tolerance of the left.

However I'm also intrigued that a Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania professor doesn't appear to be able to differentiate between decent and descent. 

France: Police Foil Islamist Plot to Bomb Swingers' Club

'Counter-terror police in France have foiled two Islamist attacks including one targeting homosexuals and a bomb plot aimed at a club for swingers, local media reports.

In raids conducted in the Seine-et-Marne region east of Paris at the weekend, police discovered "knives, a detonation system and jihadist propaganda" in the possession of two men who were charged on suspicion of planning to carry out an Islamic State-inspired attack.

The individuals, said to be friends in their early 20s who were previously unknown to security services, came to the attention of General Directorate for Internal Security (DGSI) intelligence officers a few weeks ago, a source close to the investigation said.'

More here but obviously not on the BBC. 

Friday, 15 June 2018

Ricin threat: Cologne police search flats and only some aspects of the story are interesting

This BBC report starts thus:

'German police are searching flats in a Cologne tower block where a Tunisian man is suspected of having kept highly toxic ricin.

The 29-year-old man, named in German media only as Sief Allah H, is being questioned by police.'

The article goes on to query what ricin is and how it's linked to castor oil. What the report doesn't wonder is what possible motive might be behind this storage of ricin. 

POLL: Immigration and Terror Top Issues for EU - so won't be mentioned by the BBC

'Immigration is now seen as the most important issue facing the European Union (EU) by people in every member state apart from seven countries, where the top concern is terrorism, an official survey has found.

The revelation comes from the Euro barometer ( ) a series of public opinion surveys conducted for the European Commission, the bloc's executive branch, and corroborates the results of a YouGov ( )  survey from May.

As recently as 2014, immigration and terror were perceived as less of a concern for the bloc than the economic situation, member states' public finances, and unemployment.

When people were asked this year what "are the two most import issues facing the EU at the moment," 38 percent said immigration was the most important issue in 21 member states.

This is up from 14 in autumn 2017 and included Estonia (62 percent), the Czech Republic (58 percent), and Hungary (56 percent).

Furthermore, immigration was named as the second most important concern in all the remaining member states except for Portugal.'

The news of what real people, not our political and media would be masters, think is not something that the BBC will think appropriate for the British public to know. Better to pretend that multiculturalism and diversity are a great success and that only a few racists and members of the alt right would oppose the new enlightenment. 

More here at Breitbart spread the word because the BBC won't. 

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Remember the EU Referendum leaflet?

Remember this? 

'The referendum on Thursday, 23rd June is your chance to decide if we should remain in or leave the European Union.
This is your decision. The Government will implement what you decide.'

That was in David Cameron's £9 million entirely unbiased pre-referendum leaflet, could it have been any clearer? 

What is in this that our MPs, members of the House of Lords and media would be overlords do not understand? 

Very clearly Parliament devolved the decision to us, the British people, to instruct them as to what to do. It was to be a straightforward majority vote to decide between in and out.

The vote was out, so what more needs to be done?

Don't expect a reminder of this background to the EU Referendum on the treacherous institutionally pro-EU BBC. 

Brexit: MPs reject bid to stay in EEA amid Labour revolt per BBC News

No mention of Labour Party in the headline, nor the word split. 

'Attempts to keep the UK in the European Economic Area after Brexit have been defeated in the House of Commons despite dozens of Labour MPs defying the leader's instructions on the issue.

MPs voted by 327 to 126 against a House of Lords proposal for a close relationship with the EU like Norway's.

Jeremy Corbyn urged his MPs to abstain but 75 voted for and 15 against, while six quit their frontbench roles.'

That's a split in anyone's language and the BBC would be headlining anything even a quarter as serious if it had been the Conservative Party. However the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC, aren't about to be negative about their beloved Labour Party. 

More BBC bias here

Wednesday, 13 June 2018

What is a 'safe port' and what is a 'rescue mission'?

'So the Aquarius will sail the length of the Mediterranean, passing every safe port in Tunisia and Algeria, to bring 600+ illegal migrants picked up from people-smugglers a few miles off the Libyan coast to Europe.

We're still supposed to believe these are "rescue" missions?'

Wise words, not ones you'll ever hear on the pro unlimited immigration from Africa and the Middle East into Europe, BBC. 

Original tweet here