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Thursday, 30 June 2016

As the BBC won't report, being more concerned with exaggerating the rise in racism since the Brexit vote

'Labour MPs have been forced to call in the police over death threats in the last 48 hours after they refused to back Jeremy Corbyn, The Telegraph has learnt.

Vicky Foxcroft, a Labour whip, received a call to her constituency office which said: "If she doesn't support Corbyn I will come down to the office and kick the f*** out of you."

Police officers had to rush her office, close the shutters and attempt to trace the call after the man said he was on his way and hung up. '
More here in The Telegraph but obviously not on the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC.

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

How to think positive, like Joe Hart?


'"I will dominate my area" and "the only one who can beat me is me"  hmmm

"Scientists know" - yet another reminder

As I sit in London watching the rain fall as it seems to have done for the whole of June this year, I remember a post that I made back in July 2009.

'As I sit in London watching the rain fall as it has for the last few July days, indeed as it did for much of the summers of 2007 and 2008, I remember the certainty with which The Guardian reported in 2006 as fact that:
"Scientists know a lot about how events will unfold...which means that whatever we do, our climate destiny is fixed for the next few decades... Rainfall will decline in the summer and the increased deluges in winter will struggle to replenish thirsty reservoirs because much of the water will run off the baked ground."
Scientists know... climate destiny is fixed... Rainfall will decline in the summer..." It's all rubbish folks; most of these scientists are not predicting based on science, they are designing science to fit the desired predictions.

What about the second part of what "scientists know"? "Rainfall will decline in the summer and the increased deluges in winter will because much of the water will run off the baked ground."
Shall we take a look at reservoir levels in the baked South of England, the area with the biggest water problem? South East Water report the levels at their two largest reservoirs: Arlington Reservoir was 89% full on 16 June (the last day they report levels), Ardingly Reservoir was just under 97% full on the same date.

What about the South West maybe they are faring worse? Well South West Water are somewhat more up to date than South East Water and they report data up until the week ending 19 July, well done South West Water. They report percentage data for their five reservoirs: Roadford, Colliford, Wimbleball, Stithians and Burrator. The figures show that the average storage levels across these five reservoirs was 88.7%. As a comparison it was around 65% in 1995; water shortage getting worse? Does it look as though there are problems replenishing thirsty reservoirs because of the declining rainfall that scientists know about?

How about Severn Trent? They report that for July - "Current water storage levels in the Severn Trent region are at 87.3% of capacity".

I could go on and on but I think that the pattern will be similar across most of the UK regions.

So how about The Environment Agency the body that is so certain about Climate Change that they confidently state on their web site:
"It's an inescapable fact: our planet is warming up. Records show that temperatures around the world have risen steadily since 1900...

Climate change is the biggest environmental challenge facing the world today. We know the Earth's climate does change naturally over a long timescale, but the overwhelming majority of the scientific community now accepts that human activities are causing significant, rapid changes to our climate.

Over the past century, global temperatures have risen - the 10 warmest years on record have all been since 1990. The contribution to global warming from human activity is linked to increases in the amounts of heat-trapping "greenhouse gases" in the atmosphere. As the concentrations of greenhouse gases increase, less heat can escape from the atmosphere, making the Earth warmer. The main greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide, which is released by burning fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas.

...

What will happen if we do nothing?

The latest data tells us that some climate change is already inevitable, so we will need to adapt to its impacts. We must plan for more extreme weather conditions: wetter winters with an increased risk of floods, and hotter, drier summers that put pressure on water resources. Sea levels will also rise, increasing the risk of flooding around our coastline."
Maybe these are some of the scientists who know what's going to happen to the climate in the UK. After all they also seem to know that we are going to experience "wetter winters with an increased risk of floods, and hotter, drier summers that put pressure on water resources". Let's look at the Environment Agency's own figures...

The Environment Agency publish their Water Situation for England and Wales figures on a monthly basis so the latest report is for June and tells us that:
"At the end of June stocks were normal or higher for the time of year at three quarters of reservoir or reservoir groups. Stocks at six reservoirs were below normal and notably low at one reservoir (Vyrnwy)."
So after years of knowing that reservoirs would not be replenished by winter rains we have a situation, as the rain pours off my roof, where three quarters of UK reservoirs have higher than normal stocks...

Scientists know? I think not.'
 So how are the reservoirs looking in 2016?

South East England - interestingly not updated since March so I presume the levels haven't dropped.

 South West England - Up to date and higher levels than last year


And The Environment Agency

Summary for May 2016

Although May has been considerably drier than April, especially in the north and west, the average rainfall for England has been above average for the 7th consecutive month.

Monthly mean river flows have decreased at all indicator sites, but remain normal across much of England.

Soil moisture deficits increased across most of England, as expected for the time of year.

Groundwater levels decreased at the majority of indicator sites, but remain normal or higher at all but one of the sites.

Reservoir stocks decreased at just over two-thirds of reported reservoirs and reservoir groups during May.


So when you next hear the BBC / Guardian report that a scientific expert knows what the climate will do, remember this:


"Scientists know a lot about how events will unfold...which means that whatever we do, our climate destiny is fixed for the next few decades... Rainfall will decline in the summer and the increased deluges in winter will struggle to replenish thirsty reservoirs because much of the water will run off the baked ground."

Experts?

Boris Johnson's HQ as the EU referendum result comes in.


I know the Hitler/Downfall meme is somewhat overdone but this one is rather good.

The one hundred and sixteenth weekly No Shit, Sherlock award

'Cameron tells the EU it was YOUR immigration policy that led to Brexit: PM warns Brussels that freedom of movement was key reason for Leave victory and says no trade deal without border crackdown'
Immigration worries caused by The EU caused the Brexit vote - No Shit Sherlock

U.S. Speaker Paul Ryan Wants Trade Talks With Britain

'WASHINGTON (Reuters) –Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, called on Tuesday for Washington, in parallel with its negotiations with Europe, to pursue a separate free trade agreement with Britain, once it has formally separated from the European Union.

Paul Ryan, the highest-ranking elected Republican in the United States, echoed a call from many members of his party, who have dismissed President Barack Obama's contention that Britain will be at the "back of the queue" for trade talks.'

Surely that's the sort of important news that a British unbiased news reporting entity would want to report. So it's no surprise that the BBC haven't.
More here at Breitbart if not the BBC.

Monday, 27 June 2016

The EU superstate gets closer

This from The Express is interesting but it is from The Express...
'... others see the Brexit vote as an opportunity to push ahead with the European elite's long-cherished dream of creating a United States of Europe.

Spain's foreign minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo has called for "more Europe" whilst Italy's finance minister, Carlo Padoan, is advocating a common budget for the eurozone states.

And Emmanuel Macron, France's economy minister, wants to go even further and set up a common eurozone treasury which would oversee the permanent transfer of funds from wealthier northern Europe to shore up Mediterranean economies. '

More here at The Express but not on the institutionally pro EU BBC.

Mahmoud Abbas retracts his blood libel

'Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday morning retracted accusations that Israeli rabbis had called for the poisoning of Palestinian wells.

The PA president had made the unsubstantiated charge in an address Thursday to the European Parliament, prompting harsh condemnation from Israel, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accusing Abbas of propagating blood libel, referring to anti-Semitic allegations against Jews that arose in the Middle Ages.

The retraction, which was issued by the Palestine Liberation Organization, which Abbas chairs, said Abbas "rejected all claims that accuse him and the Palestinian people of offending the Jewish religion."'
More here at JPost but obviously not on the institutionally anti Israel BBC who didn't report the blood libel in the first place.

Saturday, 25 June 2016

EU Referendum Rules triggering a 2nd EU Referendum - There's a lot of upset REMAINIACS out there

This petition has attracted over 880,000 signatures to date:

'We the undersigned call upon HM Government to implement a rule that if the remain or leave vote is less than 60% based a turnout less than 75% there should be another referendum.'

I can see the merit in this but wonder two things:

1. If the vote had been even 50.01% Remain to 49.99%  Leave how many of these signatories would have been in the slightest bothere?

2. Do the people signing this realise that this would apply from now, to change the current position, to get back into the EU. Or do they want a rerun?

Friday, 24 June 2016

The Orlando shooting, an update


The Daily Wire has an interesting piece of news that the BBC will do their best not to report.

'In news sure to make Attorney General Loretta Lynch shudder, the FBI has now announced that it has found no support for the proposition that the Orlando jihadist, Omar Mateen, was gay or had gay lovers. In the immediate aftermath of the attack, reports emerged that the jihadist had hung out at the Pulse nightclub he subsequently shot up; some Pulse regulars said they had seen the jihadist there before.

According to the FBI, that's untrue.'

Good luck finding that reported on the BBC.

The EU Referendum - an interesting point

All day I have been hearing the BBC call the referendum split as whilst England and Wales voted for Leave, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted for Remain. The BBC have also been explaining how London also voted Remain and Nicola Sturgeon said that she would ally with Sadiq Khan in negotiations.

I looked at the BBC's own results front page which splits the vote by UK constituent country and saw this...

Do you note that whilst the BBC's analysis is correct there is something else of note here. The two nations that voted Leave had a higher turnout than the two nations that voted Remain. That's the sort of inconvenient fact that the BBC won't be highlighting. What they are highlighting is that:

'A petition calling for Sadiq Khan to declare London an independent state after the UK voted to quit the EU has been signed by thousands of people.

The petition's organiser James O'Malley, said the capital was "a world city" which should "remain at the heart of Europe".

Nearly 60% of people in the capital backed the Remain campaign, in stark contrast to most of the country.'

If Remain had won, imagine the BBC reaction to some areas calling for independence for themselves. Laughter, derision, pointing out what democracy means and so on. But as it's a view that the BBC agree with...

Veep - An unnecessary moment

I love the US comedy series Veep, it's brilliantly written, well acted and contains satire of the highest order.

So I was a little shocked to hear this line from Series 5, Episode 3 - about 23 minutes in:

Charliie Baird Jnr: "We just heard a lovely story about the Queen of England."

Selina Myers (Veep): "Well she's a f***ing c***" (expletive asterisked to save Google from censoring)

I have Tweeted Chris Addison, the current series's director and supervising producer, to ask if he's proud of this unnecessarily offensive line but so far he has not deigned to respond, maybe he's upset over the Brexit referendum result. I'll let you know if he responds but somehow I doubt it.

Meantime I wonder if The Daily Mail have caught wind of this, it's right up their street...

Europe's largest stock markets

The BBC are headlining the falls in the UK FTSE but what strikes me from this recent snapshot is that:
1. the DAX is down more than the FTSE 100 and the All Share
2. the CAC 40 is down more than all the FTSE indexes/indices
3. The Bel 20 is down more than all bar the FTSE 250
4. the IBEX is down more than an of the FTSE indexes/indices

Maybe the EU stock markets are reflecting not only their inherent weakness but also that the remaining EU countries will have to pay more to make up for the loss of the UK's subscriptions.

The collapsing Pound - some perspective

The BBC are screaming about the collapsing Pound. Here's some perspective:

The Pound closed against the dollar on the 28th February this year at 1.3863.

It now stands at 1.3792

That's a fall of just over half of one percent - 0.512% in fact.

I don't remember the BBC calling this a disaster in February, why now?


Brexit - Why?

I went to sleep last night thinking that Project Fear had worked, hell earlier in the day even I had started to have doubts about which way to vote.

At 10pm last night I heard the poll forecasts of 52:48 for Remain and that the pound was hitting $1.50. This just seemed odd, the mood of the country didn't seem to be towards Remain, but maybe Project Fear had worked, after all even I had nearly cracked. However it felt wrong, so I tweeted...



I slept and awoke at 4ish thinking that being a gracious loser was important and that at least Sterling was up so holidays would be a little cheaper. Then I heard the news... Leave had won!

Of course the BBC are all doom and gloom and 'told you so' re the financial markets. Sterling down 9% they are saying, will yes against a figure that was illusory, a figure whose value was decided on wrong information. I was buying dollars not that long ago at just under 1.40, so the drop is about 5%, painful but not unprecedented.




But why did the Brexit campaign win? The blame can be laid in four main places:
1. The EU itself - By taking away democratic control from the people, the people felt powerless. This referendum gave the people some power and they exercised it. Also when David Cameron asked for a few scraps from the table to allow him to present his EU renegotiation as a success, they couldn't even allow that. So David Cameron had to pretend that he'd got a good deal but it was obvious that he hadn't.

2. Tony Blair and the Labour Party - Tony Blair was an EU supporter and an ally of the EU fanatic Peter Mandelson. But Tony Blair's culpability in this regard actually lies elsewhere. By opening the UK up to unprecedented immigration from both within and outside of the EU, Tony Blair and the Labour Party hoped to 'rub the right's noses in diversity'. Immigration into the UK increased to unprecedented levels and the people that were affected the most were those working class people, historically Labour voters, who saw their wages drop, their jobs disappear, their schools get more crowded, their roads fill up, their hospitals at breaking point and their ability to buy or rent a house recede as demand for housing and other public services outstripped supply.

3. The British media - The BBC dominate the British mediasphere and they have been very pro EU, pro unlimited immigration and frankly insulting of anyone who dared to hold a contrary view. A large proportion of the British people were tired of being called 'racist' when they pointed out that their hospitals, schools, roads etc were being adversely affected  by immigration. If the BBC had allowed their voices to be heard, if the government had listened to their legitimate concerns, then maybe the people wouldn't have become so angry. But the media and the establishment always know better, know what's good for the people and left the people voiceless, until...

4. David Cameron - I really believe that David Cameron didn't believe that he win the 2015 general election with a majority Conservative government. So a promise of an EU referendum was safe, he could say that the price of having another Conservative lead coalition with the Lib Dems was that there could be no EU referendum and he would probably have got away with that. Unfortunately for David Cameron the mood in the country was such that Labour voters fled the Labour Party for UKIP in sufficient numbers for the Conservatives to win a majority government. Now what was David Cameron to do? He went to the EU (actually see 1. for what happened)

5. Angela Merkel - Her decision to open the floodgates to Middle East and North African immigration and the resulting images of, mainly, young ,men walking into Europe helped to decide the views of many who don't benefit from cheap cleaners, gardeners and builders but who can no longer get work in thise jobs because they've been undercut by immigrants.


What do you think? Am I right? Have I missed something?

Thursday, 23 June 2016

The EU says the Single Market adds 2% to GDP, so how could leaving it cost 6%?

'To summarise: the European Commission says being in the Single Market adds 2% to GDP. If we were outside, we could do additional trade deals with the rest of the world, beyond the three significant countries with which the EU currently has deals: Mexico, South Africa and Korea. 

The European Commission's own analysis suggests that just seven of those deals would be worth 2% of GDP, and the three the UK would be most likely to get that the EU would not would be worth 1% of GDP. And all of that is before one even touches upon other gains from being outside the EU, such as allowing the EU to work better and grow faster, improving UK regulation and repatriating the UK's net contribution.

Since the Single Market adds 2% to GDP and leaving it would allow us to pursue trade deals worth more than 1% of GDP and perhaps much more, how can the Treasury seriously expect anyone to believe leaving the Single Market will cost 6% of GDP?'

Immigration matters

'New ONS figures released today show population rose 513,000 in one year
Means UK population has gone up by nearly five million in 10 years
Rise caused by 335,600 net migration and 171,800 more births than deaths'
More here but likely not on the institutionally pro immigration BBC.

Daniel Hannan MEP on the EU


Daniel Hannan speaks so much sense, why can't he be the Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister?

Hundreds of migrants closed Calais in a violent rampage

'Hundreds of enraged migrants caused chaos in Calais as they tried to board ferries to the UK in a violent rampage.

Police had to use tear gas on the 300-strong mob yesterday as they threw stones and attempted to board lorries.

French authorities were forced to seal off the port as police erected barriers to contain the ferocious crowd which was shouting 'f*** the UK'.'

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

How should I vote in the EU Referendum?

Watch Brexit: The Movie and then decide...


Now which way will you vote?

EU to Open New Turkey Membership Talks on June 30 per Guido Fawkes Euro Guido

'Diplomatic sources tell AFP:"The EU will open new membership talks with Turkey as planned in a few days, EU diplomatic sources said Wednesday, just as Ankara's accession becomes a hot-button issue in Britain's vote on its future in the bloc. One source, who asked not to be named, told AFP that EU member states will meet June 30 to agree to open a new negotiating chapter with Turkey."This morning John Major admitted it could happen in the next ten years. Yet Dave wants you to believe Turkey won't join 'til the year 3000…'

Why do you think they want/need you to vote REMAIN?

'... this referendum campaign has, without question, been an exercise in those with power, wealth and influence telling the rest of us to know our place.

The EU suits the elites

'This referendum campaign has, without question, been an exercise in those with power, wealth and influence telling the rest of us to know our place'

The partners at Goldman Sachs who made billions from the catastrophe of getting Greece into the euro, the Masters of the Universe at Morgan Stanley who lobby Brussels to get their own way, the company chief execs who enjoy million-pound pay-outs while their workers see their wages stagnate because of cheap immigrant labour — they all do very nicely out of the EU.

Which is why they've pumped so much money into the campaign to frighten the British people out of their wits and get them to Remain'

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

How would the BBC report this news?


'Iraeli border agents confiscated a shipment of wet suits they suspected of being en route to Hamas in the Gaza Strip to be used for a seaborne attack on Israel, the Defense Ministry said Monday.'

The BBC won't report this news but if they did it would be from the point of view of a Palestinian transsexual who desperately wanted to become a scuba diver and now couldn't.

Now that's what I call a conspiracy theory - "Jo Cox: The French politician François Asselineau anticipated such an event !"


Odd? Conspiracy theory?

What the EU is hiding until after the Referendum

The EU is keeping quiet about quite a few new policies until after the UK Referendum. The British government and the institutionally pro EU BBC are assisting them in keeping inconvenient facts away from the voters. 

Thankfully such as Heat St are listing these policies...

A Euro Tax ID For Everyone - to prepare the way for a EU wide tax?


Fresh Plans for an EU Army
A secret paper on "foreign and security policy", which pushes to expand the EU's defence capability, is being kept under wraps until June 24 – the day after Britain decides.

Diplomats can read them but are banned from making copies.


Scheme to Hand Out 1million UK Visas to Turks

Under a scheme floated by British diplomats, the UK Government could hand out some 1,500,000 visas as part of a sweetheart deal to thank Turkey for holding back refugees from crossing into Greece.


Ruling on Muzzling British Anti-Terror Police

The European Court of Justice has been sitting on a ruling on the so-called Snooper's Charter, which could hobble plans to give police more powers.


Demands for Even More Cash
 
Proposals for the EU's 2017 budget were due in late May, but have been suspiciously punted back a month.

Inevitably, the plan will be to spend even more of member states' public money.


Banning Kettles and Hairdryers
 
The European Commission's "Ecodesign Directive" demands that electrical appliances use less energy, in a bid to make Europe more green.

In their sights are kettles and hairdryers, which could be made much less effective in order to fulfill requirements – in the way that high-powered light bulbs have already been phased out.


Hiking VAT on Food, Medicine and Kids' Clothes
 
This January the EU's economics commissioner announced a review of VAT across Europe.
EU rules say that member states must charge at least 5% on everything – a rule which conflicts with UK policy to charge no VAT on essentials like food, medicine and children's clothing.

According to Reuters, Pierre Moscovici demurred when the conflict was pointed out to him. Obviously aware of the impending vote, he said it was "too early" for a decision.


Kicking Us Off International Organizations
 
The EU's Five Presidents' Report, the blueprint for the next round of European integration, contains dark hints about removing the UK from international bodies and subsuming them into a common EU representative.

This already happens in organisations like the World Trade Organization, the fisheries commission that governs the North Sea, and any bodies set up to make EU trade deals.

But the EU report pointed out that areas where member states still represent themselves – like the IMF – leave the union with a "fragmented voice" and "should be increasingly unified".

The intentions behind the observation are vague, but point to an ambition to stop countries like the UK putting their own interest ahead of Europe.


Suffocating London's Art Market
 
Another European Commission plan is to slap extra licensing laws on art dealers.

London art dealers warned that the extra burden would lose them masses of business to other major cities like New York and Geneva, which wouldn't have to bother.

As London counts for more than half of the EU's entire art market, the law would only really have a significant impact on the UK.


You can read more here http://heatst.com/politics/everything-the-eu-is-hiding-until-after-the-referendum/ but obviously not on the institutionally pro EU BBC.

'Shoot And Stab Nigel Farage': Hundreds Of Social Media Messages Urging Attacks On UKIP Leader Revealed

The agreed BBC / establishment narrative is that it's the Brexit side of the debate that's the nasty one. Of course that's untrue... 

'A Breitbart London analysis has revealed hundreds of historical and contemporary messages sent via social media platforms urging violence against UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader Nigel Farage.'

Humungus Fail Of The Day: Abbas’ Zionist Gift To Saudi King by Aussie Dave per Israellycool

It would seem that Mahmoud Abbas is even more stupid than I thought.

Sheer genius....

Of interest to the institutionally anti Israel BBC? Of course not.

Monday, 20 June 2016

The truth? They don't want us to know the truth

'The Department of Justice is scrubbing references of radical Islamic beliefs from the transcripts of calls Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen made to police during his massacre, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Sunday.

A partial transcript of the conversations between authorities and Mateen, who killed 49 and wounded 53 in the June 12 attack at a Florida gay nightclub, is set to be released on Monday. But Lynch, who appeared on numerous Sunday talk shows, said the transcripts will not include Mateen's oath of loyalty to ISIS or any other religious justification for the attack.

"What we're not going to do is further proclaim this man's pledges of allegiance to terrorist groups, and further his propaganda," Lynch told NBC. "We are not going to hear him make his assertions of allegiance [to the Islamic State]."'

The future of the EU

'The Spanish newspaper El Pais (17th June) carried a front page article saying that the EU is deliberately holding back a raft of new legislation until after the Referendum on 23rd June because knowledge of it in Britain would boost the Brexit vote.

The article claims that David Cameron has asked the European Commission to postpone discussions on anything sensitive until after this Thursday.  The measures that El Pais says are being held back include:

A European Tax to co-ordinate an EU defense system
 
A plan to impose quotas for member states sharing refugees
 
Visa free access for Turkish citizens

Discussions are set to resume on 28th-29th June.

If the British vote to Remain in the EU then they must realise that they are not voting for the status quo.   They are voting for what the EU intends to do in the future and what it intends to become – a United States of Europe.'


But not on the institutionally pro EU BBC.

Belgian Jewish student ‘gassed’ with deodorant by classmates in showers per The Times of Israel

'Belgian elementary school students are accused of anti-Semitic bullying of a Jewish classmate, whom they allegedly sprayed with deodorant while he was showering at school to simulate Nazi gas chambers.

The three students told their Jewish classmate they were "gassing" him during the incident, according to his mother.'

Welcome to Europe.

More here http://www.timesofisrael.com/belgian-jewish-student-gassed-with-deodorant-by-classmates-in-showers/ but not on the institutionally pro Islamic immigration BBC.

David Cameron fails three times to say he will veto country's entry to EU per Daily Mail Online

'David Cameron refused three times to say he would veto Turkey's entry into the European Union last night as he faced public anger over his failure to curb immigration.

Appearing on a special Question Time, the Prime Minister repeatedly ducked the question, claiming there was no prospect of the country becoming a member in the near future.

He claimed the issue was 'the biggest red herring in this referendum debate' and that voting to leave for fear of Turkish entry would be a 'crazy thing to do'. But given three clear opportunities to say he would use his veto to stop it, he declined to do so.'


Do you believe David Cameron's sugared words?

BBC World Service per Building the tallest solar tower

The rarest of BBC reports on something happening in Israel, one that doesn't mention 'illegal settlements' or the 'Palestinians'...  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03ywwvl

But the US, UK politicians and media will still assure us that Islamist terrorists have nothing to do with Islam

'"O America, indeed you are at war with ... sincere Muslims around the world who yearn and desire to see the honor of Islam returned," he adds. "And O America, indeed you are at war with the people who wish to be killed and slain for the sake of Allah... you are at war with the holy Quran."'

More here http://israelmatzav.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/isis-sends-warning-to-united-states.html but not on the institutionally pro Islam BBC.

Saturday, 18 June 2016

The truth about the blockade of Gaza


Here's some facts about the blockade of Gaza that you won't read about on the institutionally anti Israel BBC.

The future of EURABIA

This from Turkey, but coming to Rotterdam, Brussels, Paris, Cologne, Leicester etc etc etc soon.
'A group of Radiohead fans holding a 'listening party' for the band's new album in Istanbul were viciously attacked by a gang of thugs, who were allegedly angered by them drinking beer during Ramadan.'
More here http://www.lbc.co.uk/radiohead-fans-attacked-by-radical-islamists-132431 but obviously not on the institutionally pro Islam BBC. 

Additionally this is happening in Turkey the country that the EU is getting very cosy with and that David Cameron wants to join the EU.

On Thursday we need to vote Brexit or else be subsumed into EURABIA.

What has happened to this country?


'A man was stopped by police after leaving a Union flag in front of the floral tributes for murdered MP Jo Cox in the village where she was killed.

The Union flag has, for some, become increasingly toxic after being adopted by the far-right. It is a symbol of a number of nationalist organisations, including the British National Party.'

The union flag is the flag of this Country, it is the flag of the Country that Jo Cox was an MP for.
It is odd how any number of Islamist terrorists can kill and maim but the left will refuse to tar all Muslims with the same brush. However one alleged right wing extremist kills and the Union flag is toxic. Let's wind up the Union and subsume ourselves into the EUSSR.

Friday, 17 June 2016

‪Mark Steyn - Islamic revolution in Europe is Unavoidable ‏


Worryingly Mark Steyn is probably correct.

Will Erdogan's University diploma be another Barack Hussein Obama birth certificate?


This fascinating article has come to my attention - http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2016/06/turkey-controversy-erdogan-university-diploma.html Read it all and have a think.
Here's an extract:
'There are very valid reasons to suspect the document's authenticity, as the copy indicates that Erdogan graduated from the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences of Marmara University in 1981. At the bottom of the diploma, two signatures can be seen clearly: those of the university president and the dean of faculty.

That is very problematic, indeed. First of all, there was no Marmara University in 1981 and no such faculty under that name. Marmara University was founded in Istanbul in 1982. The faculty took that name and became affiliated with the school in 1983. Previously, it had been a college-level institution known as the Academy of Economic and Commercial Sciences.

So, how is it that Erdogan has a signed and dated university diploma, when there was no university or affiliated faculty under that name then?'

A good question for many Remain campaigners

'One more question – tougher one for you to answer honestly, this, I suspect: do you genuinely, sincerely believe that Thomas Mair, the suspected gunman who killed Jo Cox is representative of the 50 percent or more of British people who believe that our country would be a better, freer, more prosperous, secure and democratically accountable place outside the EU?'

The one hundred and fifteenth weekly No Shit Sherlock - Apparently 'Socialism doesn't work' -

'University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Professor Jack Stauder says his political and ideological conversion away from socialism and Marxism occurred when he actually witnessed these systems in action.

After traveling to more than 110 countries to pursue various forms of research, notably cultural anthropology, Stauder described his conversion from Marxism as a process of disillusionment.

"I gradually became disenchanted with Marxism by visiting many of the countries that had tried to shape their societies to conform to its doctrines. I was disillusioned by the realities I saw in … socialist countries – the USSR, Eastern Europe, China, Cuba, etc," Stauder told The College Fix via email.

"I came to recognize that socialism doesn't work, and that its 'revolutionary' imposition inevitably leads to cruelty, injustice and the loss of freedom," the professor continued.

"I could see the same pattern in the many failed left-wing revolutions of Latin America and elsewhere. By combining actual travel with the historical study of socialism and revolution, I succeeded in disabusing myself of the utopian notions that fatally attract people to leftist ideas."'


Socialism doesn't work - No shit, Sherlock

Some ridiculous NHS worship

This piece in The Independent includes this ridiculous claim:
"In fact, in the entire history of the human race the NHS is probably the best idea which any society has ever had."
Words fail me except to say that it's such a brilliant idea that hardly any countries have copied it.
NHS worship is nauseating.

Why would the BBC hide such a piece of news?

This from Heat St is interesting.
'The BBC is facing new questions about why it delayed reporting that a group of Syrian men had been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in Newcastle.

Heat Street can reveal that the BBC Newsnight programme first knew of the arrests more than three weeks before it broadcast the story, fuelling claims of a cover-up.

Although a BBC spokesman has repeatedly denied that the Corporation deliberately "sat on" the story, Northumbria Police – which arrested those alleged to have carried out the assault – has now confirmed it informed the BBC of the arrests 22 days before Newsnight aired a word about them.'

Why would the BBC delay reporting such news? Maybe because their pro immigration mindset means they try to minimise critical coverage of immigrants?

Julian Assange Interview on Peston on Sunday


The BBC usually hang on every word that Julian Assange says. Somehow I don't think they'll be too interested in what he said in this interview, especially the part about the leaked Hillary Clinton emails, that's very much not the narrative the BBC wish to push.

A fascinating theory

I found an interesting article relating to recent air-crashes:

'Hardy spent six months analysing the known MH370 data and concluded that the plane was:
intentionally landed on the Indian Ocean and sank intact just 20 nautical miles (37km) outside the current search area.”
“landed” and “sank intact” instead of crashing, is perhaps a clue, perhaps not to an aviation expert, but an expert on the rules of Islamic martyrdom.

This would be us. Since 2014, we had stated to expect this type of soft crashing will occur over and over and over. And just like Muslim Jihadis will plunge planes into the Twin Towers, it will take years before the West say “Islam and the Kamikaze have much in common,” but with a little caveat, in Islam, landing on water is crucial Jihadi theology (more on that later).
First of all, a flaperon was found from MH370 and it does not rule out Hardy’s theory and in fact supports it. This is one piece that will roughly hit the water and come loose. No matter how you land on water, ask any pilot, it is no soft landing.

But what Hardy was not aware of, is that in Islam, it is not only the warrior in battle who is considered “martyr”. Hardy’s theory is most likely true (I do not trust the aviation experts from Muslim nations). The pilot, Mr.Shah, on MH370, as well as Muhammad Shakeer of Egypt Flight 804, were designing a meticulous plan, not just on how he weaved through all the detection, but he must have meticulously considered his fate: drowning. On Flight 804, we know that usually the pilot takes control on takeoff and before landing. The incident of flight 804 was the latter, just when there is a switch.

And it is here that we come to the source, the mind, the theology and from our own experience as x-terrorist. It is difficult for westerners to comprehend the mindset unless they’ve been there and done that and sat in class in Bethlehem where our Muslim Brotherhood teacher Sheikh Zacharia would tell us of the benefits of dying drowning. In Islam, most Muslims know (which most westerners are oblivious to), when a Muslim dies by drowning, he is automatically considered a “martyr” and is perhaps why Shah, like Shakeer of flight 804 “landed” on water. Death due to an impact on a building spoils the recipe where Muslim passengers would lose that status. Under the classification of martyrdom in Islam, it clearly states:
“… he who dies of a stomach disease is a martyr; and he who is drowned is a martyr.” [Sahih Muslim].'
I don't know if it's true but it's an interesting theory.

Meat Loaf collapses

'American rocker Meat Loaf has collapsed on stage during a concert in Canada.
The 68-year-old, whose real name is Marvin Lee Aday, was singing his 1993 hit I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) when he fell and was rushed to hospital.'
More here

I know it's not cool but I love the first two Meat Loaf albums, Bat Out Of Hell and Paradise By The Dashboard Light are two of my favourite guilty pleasure songs.

If this is true then I think LEAVE have just been dealt 2 aces

nocash nodash (@thecentreline86) tweeted at 1:26 PM on Thu, Jun 16, 2016:
EU Pension Row: German Minister Wolfgang Schauble 'we have no commitment to pay EX UK MEPs pension if UK votes Leave https://t.co/zXkiGmlUM3
(https://twitter.com/thecentreline86/status/743419578441699328?s=03)

If this is true and if he could extend this promise to ex British EU Commissioners, so as to include Neil Kinnock and Peter Mandelson etc., then the Referendum result would be a dead cert. Four aces and a joker!

Thursday, 16 June 2016

The one hundred and fourteenth weekly No Shit Sherlock award

'Thursday at a hearing on CIA intelligence activities, CIA Director John Brennan said ISIS is attempting infiltrate operatives into the West through "refugee flows, smuggling routes and legitimate methods of travel."' 

You can read more here at Breitbart but not on the institutionally pro Islam BBC.

ISIS infiltrating operatives through refugee flows....  No shit Sherlock

 

21st century Britain

'Muslims living in Luton in the United Kingdom were told during Ramadan last year that it was their Islamic "duty" to throw homosexuals from a "high building," a jury at the Old Bailey has heard.' 

More here at Breitbart Breitbart but likely not on the institutionally pro Islam BBC.

The strange global outbreak of mental illness

This FrontPage article caught my eye as it documents something that I had noticed but not researched:

'On Tuesday, a Muslim screaming “Allahu akbar” and “Infidel, you must die” stabbed four people, killing one, at a train station near Munich. Nonetheless, Bavarian security officials immediately denied that he “had an Islamic extremist motive.” Then what caused the attack? Bavaria’s state interior minister Joachim Herrmann said that the attacker had “mental disorders.”

There you are. Nothing to do with Islam here, folks. Don’t go jumping to conclusions that these stabbings had something to do with Islam just because he screamed “Allahu akbar” and “Infidel, you must die.” He was mentally ill. That’s all.

In fact, we have seen this kind of mental illness in Muslims before:
France: Muslim destroys Christmas decorations, screams “Allahu akbar”: “His mental state, quickly found wanting, required his placement in the specialized hospital Allonnes.”

France: Muslim driver ramming pedestrians while screaming “Allahu akbar” was “absolutely not an act of terrorism”: “‘This is absolutely not an act of terrorism,’ Prosecutor Marie-Christine Tarrare told reporters during a press conference, adding that the man had a ‘long-lasting and severe psychological disorder’ and had been hospitalised over 150 times since 2002.”'
The FrontPage article lists more than a dozen other examples. See how often you hear that in the future, and ask yourself why?

Mark Steyn on Islam and the Hypocrisy of Media and Politicians


It's hard to see how anyone could disagree with Mark Steyn but unfortunately there's a lot of politicians and journalists who do and it means more innocent kufr will be killed by Islamist terrorists.

When no one is looking Joachim Löw in action Euro 2016 Germany - Ukraine 12.06.2016



Oh dear, not something you want to be caught on camera doing. Poor Joachim Löw.

Seriously no backup taken and stored for twelve years?

'Fraud and abuse investigations dating back to 2004 vanished when a database became corrupted, service officials said.

The U.S. Air Force has lost records concerning 100,000 investigations into everything from workplace disputes to fraud.

A database that hosts files from the Air Force's inspector general and legislative liaison divisions became corrupted last month, destroying data created between 2004 and now, service officials said. Neither the Air Force nor Lockheed Martin, the defense firm that runs the database, could say why it became corrupted or whether they'll be able to recover the information.'

No backup taken and stored for twelve years?

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Toby Young with some Brexit facts

Watch the video, read the transcript and vote BREXIT
Here's an extract:

'The Remainers will tell you that Britain would struggle to survive outside the EU — that we'd become an irrelevance. They call the people who want to leave the EU 'little Englanders', as if there's something petty and small-minded about wanting Britain to become a sovereign state again. In their eyes, wanting to restore the right of self-determination to the British people is a bit… well, a bit common.

And this gets to the heart of the difference between their vision of Britain and ours. They see Britain as a small island off the coast of continental Europe that no longer has any place in the world as an independent nation state. We should abandon our delusions of grandeur and accept our diminished status.

We see Britain a little differently. Not just a small island, but the world's fifth largest economy and fourth largest military power.  One of only five countries with a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. Not the plaything of unelected officials in Brussels, but the birthplace of Parliamentary democracy.

If you believe that Britain is strong enough to stand on its own two feet again, free from the shackles of EU laws and regulations, then I urge you to vote Leave on 23 June.

The British people were fooled once in 1975. Don't let the Establishment fool you again. It's time to take back our democratic rights. 'Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.' – DH Lawrence'

21st century Europe

Two stories from today's BBC News website that paint a powerful, if nauseatng, view of 21st century Europe.

This article tells us about the increse in child brides in the Netherlands:

'A 14-year-old girl has gone missing from a Dutch asylum centre. Police say Fatema Alkasem was nine months pregnant and may be in need of medical care.

She is also thought to be a "child bride", and her case has highlighted the problem that the Netherlands faces in providing asylum for girls who married in Syria but are below the Dutch age of consent.

The government in The Hague is rushing to close a loophole in the asylum law which has so far allowed child brides to be reunited with their husbands in the Netherlands.

The practice has inflamed debate about how the Netherlands is responding to the refugee crisis, with some arguing it is condoning paedophilia.

As many as 20 girls between the ages of 13 and 15 have been given legal permission to join their older partners at Dutch asylum centres, according to regional news channel RTV-Noord. The figures were reportedly obtained from a leaked immigration service document.

"A 12-year-old girl with a 40-year-old-man - that is not a marriage, that is abuse", says politician Attje Kuiken, whose Labour party is a partner in the ruling coalition.

"We're talking about really young children, girls 12, 13 years old. I want to protect these children.

The government should take them into foster care and protect them, because before the new law comes into force, they can still be subject to abuse."'

The second story  is about the rise of polygamy in Germany:

'Germany will not recognise polygamy or marriages involving minors, Justice Minister Heiko Maas has said

"No-one who comes here has the right to put his cultural values or religious beliefs above our law," he told Bild.

In some Islamic countries, men are allowed to take up to four wives, but in Germany polygamy is banned by law.

Concern about polygamy and underage marriage has risen recently, as Germany has been taking in record numbers of migrants, many from Muslim countries.

The law in Germany is clear: no-one is allowed to be married to more than one person at a time, and that includes recent arrivals in the country.

But in practice polygamous relationships are often quietly tolerated, the paper reports. For example, if a man dies, his inheritance may be distributed between his two wives.'

How 21st century Europe is benefitting from Islamic immigration.

Labour's Tom Watson: EU free movement rules must change per BBC News

The BBC report with a straight face that Tom Watson has been saying that the EU will have to change its rules on free movement of labour. Then in their analysis neither Laura Kuenssberg
or Iain Watson manage to make the point that free movement of people is one of the fundamental principles of the EU and thus what the chances are of Tom Watson getting what he wants. 

The BBC is ever eager to pour ridicule on any LEAVE policy that it can find a flaw in but when it's a REMAIN policy from the deputy leader of their Labour Party then it's suddenly less critical.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Has Hillary Clinton released the transcripts of her speeches yet?


Has Hillary Clinton released the transcripts of her speeches yet?

Have the BBC asked why not?

Brexit Response: Lord Lawson brilliantly shoots down Pro-EU Carolyn Fairbairn


Lord Lawson still has it...

Clinton supporter realizes truth about Hillary


Another well informed Hillary Clinton supporter.

Clinton supporter: I'll campaign, I'll camp out, but I won't research her positions!


Another informed Hillary Clinton supporter.

What Jeremy Corbyn Used To Say About the EU


This is what Jeremy Corbyn used to say about the EU

Has anyone pressed him as to when and why he changed his mind?

Why have the BBC not asked him this question?  Apart from because they try to minimise critical coverage of any Labour politician, the out of office Tony Blair excepted

French police officials' murder 'is terrorism' per BBC News

This BBC report includes the assertion that when the Islamist terrorist shouts Allahu Akbar he means God is Great.

This is untrue.

Robert Spencer and others have explained over and over again what Allahu Akbar actually means.
'Media outlets routinely mangle the true meaning of "Allahu akbar," the ubiquitous battle cry of Islamic jihadists as they commit mass murder.

The war-cry is mistranslated in the Western media as "God is great." But the actual meaning is "Allah is greater," meaning Allah Is Greater Than Your God or Government.

It is the aggressive declaration that Allah and Islam are dominant over every other form of government, religion, law or ethic, which is why Islamic jihadists in the midst of killing infidels so often shout it.

One primary purpose of shouting is to "strike terror in the hearts of the enemies of Allah."'
You can read more here here or you could stick with the BBC's attempt to mislead you.Why do the BBC and most Western politicians lie to us re this matter?

Police commander & wife killed by soldier ‘chanting Allahu Akbar’ in Paris hostage horror per Daily Express

The Express reports:

'A POLICEMAN and his wife have been killed and their three-year-old son was taken hostage near Paris by a man reportedly shouting "Allahu Akbar".'
Let me guess what the BBC and its favourite talking heads will be saying:
1) lone wolf
2) not a 'member' of ISIS
3) mental issues
4) proves need for more gun control
5) real worry is an Islamophobic backlash 

Do I really need to check the BBC's coverage?

Sunday, 12 June 2016

Leaked UK plan to open doors for 1m Turks per The Sunday Times

'... granting visa-free travel to the UK for more than 1m Turks, according to leaked diplomatic cables seen by The Sunday Times.

The cache of five documents also suggests that EU officials are attempting to keep any visa deal with Turkey under wraps until after the referendum on June 23.

According to the telegrams, senior diplomats have advised ministers that the proposed EU deal with Turkey on visa-free travel within the Schengen area could lead the UK to consider extending the same privilege to up to 1.5m "special passport holders" from Turkey.'
More at the Sunday Times the Sunday Times but not a word on the institutionally pro unlimited immigration BBC. 

Unless we vote BREXIT the UK will effectively have a border with Syria, does that make you feel safe?

Post Brexit

This comment at Biased BBC caught my eye:
'Thoughtful on June 10, 2016 at 8:06 pm

For those who don't study the Lisbon Treaty constitution of the EU, and lets face it why would you, this might prove useful:

Article 8.

1. The Union shall develop a special relationship with neighbouring countries, aiming to establish an area of prosperity and good neighbourliness, founded on the values of the Union and characterised by close and peaceful relations based on cooperation.

2. For the purposes of paragraph 1, the Union may conclude specific agreements with the countries concerned. These agreements may contain reciprocal rights and obligations as well as the possibility of undertaking activities jointly. Their implementation shall be the subject of periodic consultation.

Unless the Remain camp are suggesting that the EU will defy its own constitution it's going to be difficult to get around this

Friday, 10 June 2016

The speeding up of the creation of EURABIA

'Brussels wants to tackle the migrant crisis by inviting yet more people into the EU.

Under a European Commission plan, migrants from Africa and the Middle East will be given US-style green cards granting them work rights.

They will also be able to bring their families. The move comes on top of the million migrants who reached Europe last year and the 206,000 in the first five months of 2016.'

More here in The Mail but not on the institutionally pro EU and pro Islam BBC.

Peter Lilley speaking sense about the Referendum especially re the warnings from the REMAINIACS

'... The Commission – its government – is not elected. Their Euro policy has been catastrophic, particularly for young people - 25% youth unemployment in France, 40% in Italy, over 50% in Greece. Yet no Commissioners have lost their jobs!

Thankfully, Britain stayed out of the Euro – despite those who now back Remain – the CBI, City, American banks, Blair, IMF and German Chancellor – warning of "recession, isolation, job losses, doom for the City" if we stayed out. Their threats proved to be the reverse of what happened! '
More sense from Peter Lilley here but not reported on the BBC.

Thursday, 9 June 2016

More intolerance from followers of the Religion of Peace

The Telegraph reports that:
'A waitress in a cafe in central Nice has filed a police complaint after she was allegedly assaulted by two men because she refused to "stop serving alcohol" on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan.

The alleged beating in the French Riviera town historically famed for its sun, palm-fringed beach front and quality of life, has prompted a heated political debate over whether the country is increasingly becoming prey to "religious fundamentalism and ghettoised communities".
The issue has become increasingly fraught less than a year before presidential elections and just six months after Islamist attacks in Paris killed 130.

The incident took place less than a week before football fans descend on the sun-kissed town for Sunday's Euro 2016 football match between Poland and Northern Ireland.

The waitress, a French 30-year-old of Tunisian origin, said she was serving drinks at Monday lunch on the terrace of the Vitis Café on Nice's rue Lamartine, near the rue d'Anglais, when two men started haranguing her, insulting the young woman because she was serving alcoholic beverages to customers.

"I was all alone in the bar when two passers-by suddenly appeared. They pointed to the bottles of alcohol behind the bar, then one of them told me in Arabic: 'You should be ashamed of yourself serving alcohol in the Ramadan period.'

Ramadan traditionally begins the morning after the sighting of the crescent moon.  Marking the divine revelation received by Prophet Mohammed, the month sees Muslim faithful abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and having sex from dawn to dusk.

They break the fast with a meal known as iftar and before dawn have a second opportunity to eat and drink during suhur. The month is followed by the Eid al-Fitr festival.

The waitress said one of the two men then shouted: "If I was God, I would have hung you."

Unfazed by his threatening behaviour, the waitress shot back: "You're not God to judge me."

I didn't think that in France, country of liberty, I would have been assaulted like that

The men launched into a tirade, calling her a "dirty whore" and left the cafe in a hurry. A few seconds later, however, the venue's CCTV footage reportedly shows the two men turn round abruptly and one of them rush towards her and violently slap the waitress in the face, knocking her to the floor.

"The whole scene was recorded by the security cameras that I transferred to the police," said the bar's owner, Nacim.

In shock, the waitress didn't phone the police straight away and instead contacted the owner.
He persuaded her to file a legal complaint for "voluntary violence". The two men have reportedly been identified. One of them is known to be an illegal migrant who is a notoriously threatening figure in the district, but both are currently at large.

"I"m so scared. I find it hard to understand. Why did they insult me? Why this slap? I feel debased, humiliated, sullied. I don't want other women to have be victims of such an attack," said the young women, herself a Muslim who observes Ramadan.

"It's not because I serve alcohol that I'm not fulfilling my (religious) duty," she said. "I do it because I'm a waitress. In Tunisia, I did the same job and never had the slightest problem," she told Nouvel Obs.

"I didn't think that in France, country of liberty, I would have been assaulted like that."

She said it was not the first time she had received threats and insults from the men, who had shouted at her three days previously.

Nor is this is the first time the district has seen such "religious" threats. In October 2014, three men, including the owner of a Halal store - since forcibly closed by police - threatened a baker who sold ham sandwiches, saying he wasn't a "good Muslim".

They were handed six months suspended sentences last year.

...

Last month, a message purporting to come from the spokesman of Isil called on followers to launch attacks on the United States and Europe during Ramadan, calling it "the month of conquest and jihad".

"Get prepared, be ready ... to make it a month of calamity everywhere for the non-believers ... especially for the fighters and supporters of the caliphate in Europe and America," said the message, suggesting attacks on military and civilian targets.'

More in The Telegraph but likely not on the BBC.

The BBC protecting their antisemitic friends in Hamas

Just a few hours after a Palestinian terrorist (or terrorists) killed three Israeli Jews and severely injured three more, the BBC have decided that the main news isn't that Islamists have killed Jews but that Israel has responded by putting restrictions on Palestinians travelling into Israel.





Apparently:

'Israel says it has suspended entry permits for 83,000 Palestinians after gunmen killed four people in an attack at an open-air complex in Tel Aviv.

Two Palestinians from the occupied West Bank opened fire on shoppers and diners at the Sarona precinct, officials said.'

Oddly the BBC also state that:
'The West Bank-based Palestinian Authority has not yet commented on the incident.'
I say oddly because I found this some time ago and unlike the BBC I don't have a whole news department to find things for me. I suppose I also don't want to protect the Palestinian Authority from censure and to vilify Israel like the BBC does.



If you'd like to keep up to date with this developing news you could follow the BBC or you could go to Israelly Cool who is far more on the ball and not as worried about offending the supporters of Islamist terrorism as the BBC is.

Edi Truell warns that remaining in the EU will affect state pensions

'Edi Truell, former chairman of the London Pension Fund Authority and founder of the Pension Insurance Corporation, has said that he is backing a Brexit to protect British pensions.
His stark warning over the terrible cost of staying in the EU comes amid further revelations that Brussels wants to take control of the British tax system with a European tax code imposed across the 28 member states.'

A letter from a large British business that the BBC won't report

The BBC report the warnings of pro REMAIN politicians and business people as if they were on tablets of stone. However when it's a pro BREXIT message they are less keen.

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

BBC Two - Victoria Derbyshire, 07/06/2016, Rape prevention classes for refugees - something strikes me

This BBC report has the following description:
'Migrants in Norway are being given classes which educate asylum seekers in Norwegian 'cultural codes' when it comes to relationships with women, personal boundaries, sexual assault and what constitutes rape. We spoke to some of the men taking the class, as well as the organisers and instructors. But the classes, which other European countries may also introduce, have been criticised for stigmatising migrant men.James Longman reports.'
A quick question; we are told that under Islam there is equality between men and women, if this is the case then why are these classes necessary?

Euro court rules non-EU nationals illegally entering UK cannot be imprisoned per UKIP

'To sum up – the euro court rules non-EU nationals illegally entering UK cannot be imprisoned. It is insanity to leave it up to the migrants whether they should leave promptly or not."
Due to our EU membership, being outside Schengen makes no difference when it comes to deporting those illegally entering the UK.'
The BBC seem less keen on the British public knowing the truth before the Brexit referendum, or afterwards.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016

David Cameron and Turkey, does he not realise we aren't all stupid?

'The only other serious contender for this week's misleading claim of the week comes courtesy of our dear Prime Minister. How many levels of dissimulation could one count in his claim – before the audience at the Sky news debate – that people should not worry about Turkish entry into the EU because it will not happen until 'the year 3000'. 

Does he expect the British public to have forgotten that he as soon as he became PM he went to Ankaraand told the Turkish government:

'It makes me angry that your progress towards EU membership can be frustrated in the way that it has been.

My view is clear: I believe it is just wrong to say that Turkey can guard the camp but not be allowed to sit in the tent.'I will remain your strongest possible advocate for EU membership and for greater influence at the top table of European diplomacy. This is something I feel very strongly and very passionately about. Together I want us to pave the road from Ankara to Brussels.'

Does he expect us not to know this? Or not to know that these remain his views? What must be going on in his head when he says things like that 'year 3000' quote? The only explanation I can think of is that he is an adrenaline junky, hoping at some point to be caught. No doubt he will be. The only question is whether it happens by June 23rd or in the days that follow.'

More from Douglas Murray here http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2016/06/another-week-of-eu-dishonesty/ but nothing about such matters on the institutionally pro EU BBC.

Monday, 6 June 2016

Yvette Cooper Repeatedly Booed in Brexit Debate so BBC expell the people booing

Guido Fawkes has this story.

Imagine if a Conservative or UKIP politician was being booed, would the BBC take action then? The BBC's bias shines through again.

Saturday, 4 June 2016

Muhammad Ali vs Tyson Fury

Muhammad Ali vs Tyson Fury, not in the ring as at their respective peaks we know who would win that. But over racist language, Tyson Fury has been criticised heavily for some of his remarks about race, the BBC of course leading that furore. 

Today the BBC is in full mourning for the death of Muhammad Ali, perhaps the greatest boxer ever. His anti white remarks are well documented but ignored by the BBC's reports.

From Wikipedia:
'In a press conference articulating his opposition to the Vietnam War, Ali stated, "my enemy is the white people, not the Vietcong".[19] 

In relation to integration, he said: "We who follow the teachings of Elijah Muhammad don't want to be forced to integrate. Integration is wrong. We don't want to live with the white man; that's all."[110] 

And in relation to inter-racial marriage: "No intelligent black man or black woman in his or her right black mind wants white boys and white girls coming to their homes to marry their black sons and daughters."[110] 

Indeed, Ali's religious beliefs at the time included the notion that the white man was "the devil" and that white people were not "righteous".'
More here https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad Ali but not on the BBC. 

The BBC's double standards over racism as always disgust me.

Deliberately misleading BBC headline

It's about a cockerel not a penis!

Michael Gove says European rules left UK powerless to stop terror suspects per The Independent

I try not to read The Independent, it's anti Israel bile being at such a level that it almost makes the BBC seem unbiased. However this article http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/eu-referendum-michael-gove-says-european-rules-left-uk-powerless-to-stop-terror-suspects-a7060821.html came to my attention.

The start of the article is interesting in what Michael Gove says, how The Independent call it a claim (couldn't they verify the claim so as to report it as fact) and because I can't see the institutionally pro EU BBC News report of this powerful Brexit argument.

'The Justice Secretary Michael Gove has claimed that the Government had been forced to allow terror suspects to enter Britain because European Union rules left them powerless to prevent them from travelling here.

Mr Gove said that during his time in the Cabinet he "experienced frustration" at Britain's "inability to refuse entry to those with a criminal record and even some who are suspected of terrorist links".'

US job creation in May falls to lowest in five years per BBC News

Dreadful job figures out of the USA and the Obama worshipping BBC manage to report this http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36444516 without even mentioning the current US government. 

Somehow I doubt that the release of similar figures under a Republican president would not have included criticism of their policies.

Of course in the UK similarly bad figures at this time would have been blamed on uncertainty over membership of the EU.

It would be a mistake to confuse the BBC with an unbiased news reporting entity.

Friday, 3 June 2016

Israel to Place Gorillas Near Gaza; Hopes Int’l Community Will Care About Rocket Attacks

'Looking to raise awareness and concern over the flood of rockets launched from the Gaza Strip for the past decade, Israel has decided to place gorillas throughout the communities and neighboring towns surrounding Gaza.

"For years we've highlighted the deaths of innocent men, women, and children from these rockets, but people throughout Europe and on college campuses in the U.S. continued to support Hamas," a spokesman for the Israeli government told The Mideast Beast. "After seeing the outpouring of anger over the death of Harambe the gorilla, we realized we've been doing it all wrong."

Israel will now place a handful of gorillas in Ashdod, Ashkelon, Sderot and other communities in the south that have seen a high number of rocket attacks. While Hamas publicly insists the move won't change its military approach, some Hamas commanders expressed concern in private conversations.'