Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Labour hypocrisy - London Mayor Sadiq Khan Hosting Party Tonight With 11 Nations Who Ban Israelis

'Just hours after demanding the government rescinds its invite to President Trump over his travel ban, Sadiq Khan will tonight host a City Hall reception with 11 dignitaries whose countries bar Israeli citizens from entering.

Bangladesh, Brunei, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Pakistan, Sudan, United Arab Emirates and Yemen will all be represented at the gathering of ambassadors this evening. All 11 of these countries block travel to Israeli passport holders.

Khan will use tonight's party to criticise Trump's ban as "cruel, prejudiced and counterproductive." While dining with 11 diplomats whose countries have done the same for years. '

The finest Labour hypocrisy but as it's anti Israel and by a senior London politician it won't be reported by the institutionally anti Israel and pro Labour Party BBC.

More at Guido Fawkes

Corbyn's Alternative Facts on Thatcher and Apartheid as not reported by the BBC

Guido Fawkes has found another example of a Labour lie.

'Jeremy Corbyn has written to Theresa May claiming Margaret Thatcher "supported Apartheid".

He's tweeted the same:

A demonstrably untrue statement straight out of the Trumpian playbook that the Labour leader is currently copying.

Nelson Mandela praised Thatcher's role in helping to end Apartheid, famously saying:

"She is an enemy of Apartheid. We have much to thank her for."

Amhed Kathadra, one of Mandela's closest friends, said Thatcher was instrumental in ending Apartheid:

"Her word did count – I'm sure of it… Mrs Thatcher wasn't one of our oppressors."

Strangely the BBC are not reporting this latest Labour slur. I suppose in the BBC/Labour Party world facts matter less than pushing the anti Conservative/anti President Donald Trump narrative.

Trump state visit plan 'very difficult' for Queen per BBC News

The BBC's relentless attacks on President Donald Trump continue apace.
This report tells us how upset a Foreign Office mandarin is.

'Lord Ricketts, who was permanent secretary at the Foreign Office from 2006 to 2010, said it was unprecedented for a US president to be invited for a state visit in their first year in the White House.

In a letter to the Times, he questioned whether Mr Trump was "specially deserving of this exceptional honour" and described the invitation as "premature".

"It would have been far wiser to wait to see what sort of president he would turn out to be before advising the Queen to invite him.

"Now the Queen is put in a very difficult position," he said.'

Oddly there's no mention of Lord Ricketts views on the King of Saudi Arabia being accorded a State Visit. Did the fragrant Lord Ricketts have any idea of what sort of ruler, of what sort of State, he was? Is Lord Ricketts not at all exercised about public executions, apartheid operating in Mecca, hideous human rights abuses and the other manifestations of Islamic rule in that country?

How about the President of The Peoples Republic of China? Did Lord Ricketts have any issue with the President of that country being granted a State Visit? Was he concerned about the invasion, occupation and ethnic cleansing of Tibet? How about the executions, restrictions on human rights and other human rights restrictions in that country.
Some might say that Lord Ricketts's protestations are a little selective.

Monday, 30 January 2017

Devolved leaders call for Brexit role at Cardiff talks per BBC News

The BBC happily press this claim whilst trying to ignore the Supreme Court's decision which they mention only at the end of the report.

'Mrs May has already highlighted that the Supreme Court had set out "beyond doubt" that relations with the EU would be decided by the UK government.

"We will not agree on everything, but that doesn't mean we will shy away from the necessary conversations and I hope we will have further constructive discussions today," she said.

"We have also had the Supreme Court judgment which made clear beyond doubt that relations with the EU are a matter for the UK government and UK parliament.

"We should not forget that that means MPs representing every community in the UK will be fully involved in the passage of Article 50 through parliament."'

The BBC are happy to accept the Supreme Court decision that Parliament has to vote before Article 50 can be triggered, after all that way there's a chance that the democratic will of the majority can be overturned. However they are less keen on the other decision about the role of the devolved bodies in the decision making.

An impartial observer might conclude that the BBC was pushing an agenda rather impartially reporting the news. Perish the thought!

Trump executive order: Million sign petition to stop UK visit per BBC News

The BBC who have done their best to stir up anti President Trump sentiment in the UK report approvingly on a petition that says:

"Donald Trump should be allowed to enter the UK in his capacity as head of the US Government, but he should not be invited to make an official State Visit because it would cause embarrassment to Her Majesty the Queen."

Oddly I don't remember the BBC being as exercised by the Saudis having a State Visit. Saudi Arabia being a state that all but enslaves some workers from the Indian subcontinent, denies equal rights to women, operates a system of apartheid in Mecca and regularly executes people.

Nor was the BBC that worried by the Chinese being accorded a State visit. China regularly executing more people than any other country. China having invaded a sovereign country, Tibet, still occupying it and having ethnically cleansed it.

I'm all for having principles but the BBC seem rather selective with theirs.

If President Donald Trump is a vile racist, so was Jimmy dhimmi Carter

'... "Trump is a monster, a madman and a vile racist. He's just like Hitler. Or Jimmy Carter.

During the Iranian hostage crisis, Carter issued a number of orders to put pressure on Iran. Among these, Iranians were banned from entering the United States unless they oppose the Shiite Islamist regime or had a medical emergency."

He cites two specific actions. One was an order for Iranian students to report to immigration offices in order to determine if they had violated the terms of their visa; if they had, they would be deported. The second was an order to end all future visas for Iranians and to stop issuing most new visas. '

Interesting historical context, of the sort that the BBC will definitely not ever relay.

More here

Seven Inconvenient Facts About Trump's Refugee Actions per Breitbart

Are you tired of the anti President Donald Trump temporary refugee restrictions coverage on the BBC and elsewhere?

This Breitbart article should give you some more sober analysis. Here's one example:

'The order is based on security reviews conducted by President Barack Obama's deputies. As White House counselor Kellyanne Conway pointed out on "Fox News Sunday," the seven nations named in Trump's executive order are drawn from the Terrorist Prevention Act of 2015. The 2015 "Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015" named Iraq, Iran, Sudan, and Syria, while its 2016 update added Libya, Somalia, and Yemen.

"These are countries that have a history of training, harboring, exporting terrorists. We can't keep pretending and looking the other way," said Conway.'

Except the majority of the main stream media, especially the BBC, are happy to keep pretending and keep looking the other way, whilst also throwing as much shit as possible at President Donald Trump.

6 dead, 2 arrested after shooting at Quebec City mosque per CBC News

The BBC report on the Montreal mosque shooting misses a piece of information that I found on CBC

'A witness, who asked to remain anonymous, told CBC's French-language service Radio-Canada that two masked individuals entered the mosque. "It seemed to me that they had a Québécois accent. They started to fire, and as they shot they yelled, 'Allahu akbar!' '

So maybe not the Islamophobic attack that the BBC are praying it was.

The CBC report may be incorrect of course but it's always fascinating to see why the BBC deem worth reporting.

Sunday, 29 January 2017

Sir Mo Farah: Olympic champion criticises Donald Trump's...

For what?

'Trump's executive order halted the entire US refugee programme and also instituted a 90-day travel ban for nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

The executive order also applies to those who hold dual nationality with one of the listed countries.

On Saturday, a US judge issued a temporary halt to the deportation of visa holders or refugees stranded at airports .

rump border policy:
Key points

Farah does not have dual nationality or hold a Somali passport and it is understood his advisers are trying to clarify the situation with the US authorities.'

If Mo Farah is a British citizen and doesn't hold dual nationality then what's the potential problem?

Is this just another angle for the biased BBC to attack President Donald Trump from?

More BBC attack lines here

Mini-boom in living standards is over, says think tank per BBC News

Read this BBC article and ask yourself when you remember the BBC ever saying that we were experiencing a boom of any sort.

Anything other than economic doom, despair and despondency under a Conservative government is just not possible according to the BBC.

The President Donald Trump executive order on people coming to the USA from certain countries

The BBC are all over President Donald Trump's Executive Order to restrict visitors to the USA.

The BBC are totally against this restriction on free travel.

However try as I might I can find no similar opposition to the 16 countries who ban any visitors to their counties if they hold an Israeli passport

The sixteen countries that forbid admission to Israeli passport holders:  Algeria, Bangladesh, Brunei, Iran, Iraq,  Kuwait, Lebanon,  Libya,  Malaysia,  Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia,  Sudan,  Syria,  United Arab Emirates, Yemen

Now if only I could work out what connects these sixteen countries...

Saturday, 28 January 2017

"One thing that is true of the BBC is of course, you leave all your personal opinions at the door"

When I asked you re the BBC Media Show interview with James Harding to guess what my two word response was a reaction to,  I knew that Beeb Bias Craig's would give a full report on that same interview.

Here's that report and here's the part that elicited my reaction:

' SH:         I guess is . . . I mean, this is a very cheeky question . . .

JH:          Hm-hmm (laughs)

SH:         And there's no reason why you should have a proper answer to it, in fairness . . .

JH:          Can I just say, 'No I don't'(laughs)

SH:      Do you . . . well, that might be the answer. Do you know anybody on the journalistic or editorial staff at the BBC, who is pro-Trump?

JH:          (two second pause) (inhales) So . . .

SH:         As an individual I mean.

JH:        So, so really important . . . there's a really important thing here, which is that, people inside the BBC, they are all journalists, actually, one of the great misunderstandings about journalists is that there is such a thing as groupthink. Journalists, by nature, have really contrary opinions, they have different opinions, certainly when, when there's a group of think— er, people who go in one direction, they, by nature, want to go the other direction, you know them as well as I do. Erm, one thing that is true of the BBC is of course, you leave all your personal opinions at the door.'

Craig's response is "Yeah right", mine was a little stronger.

Does anyone truly believe a that any BBC 'journalist' or editor is pro Trump or b) that all BBC 'journalists' leave their 'personal opinions at the door'?

I think bullshit is a fair response.

That racist Donald Trump building a wall on the U.S./Mexico Border

Have you heard that Donald Trump is building a wall on the US/Mexican border, what a racist act.

Meanwhile in the real world, here's a photo of part of the the wall that already exists between the USA and Mexico...

President Donald Trump has signed an 'extreme vetting' order to limit immigration and more, including that 'all immigration programmes should include questions to "evaluate the applicant's likelihood of becoming a positively contributing member of society."'

President Donald Trump has kept yet another election promise.

He's suspended the the US Refugee Admissions Programme for 120 days

There's several key parts to this decision, but here's one that in a sane world would be uncontroversial:

All immigration programmes should include questions to "evaluate the applicant's likelihood of becoming a positively contributing member of society."

Who could possibly disagree with that?

The decision also means:

A ban on refugees from Syria until "significant changes" are made

A 90-day suspension on arrivals from Iraq, Syria, and countries designated "areas of concern"

To prioritise future refugee applications on the basis of religious-based persecution - but only if the person is part of a minority religion in their home country. So that's mostly Christians across the Middle East and Africa rather than Muslims.

A cap of 50,000 refugees in 2017 - less than half of the Obama open door policy number.

Sir John Hurt R. I. P.

The Elephant Man, Quentin Crisp, Winston Smith in the best version of 1984, The War Doctor and the star of THAT scene in Alien has died.

John Hurt R I.P

Thursday, 26 January 2017

"Anti-Trump Protestor lights a girl's hair on fire!"

Love Trumps Hate - unless you're setting fire to a Trump supporter of course.

Trump Prepares Orders Aiming at Global Funding and Treaties per 'Those criteria include organizations that give full membership to the Palestinian Authority or Palestine Liberation Organization, or support programs that fund abortion or any activity that circumvents sanctions against Iran or North Korea'

This New York Times report will cause apoplexy at the institutionally anti Israel BBC.

'The Trump administration is preparing executive orders that would clear the way to drastically reduce the United States' role in the United Nations and other international organizations, as well as begin a process to review and potentially abrogate certain forms of multilateral treaties.

The first of the two draft orders, titled "Auditing and Reducing U.S. Funding of International Organizations" and obtained by The New York Times, calls for terminating funding for any United Nations agency or other international body that meets any one of several criteria.

Those criteria include organizations that give full membership to the Palestinian Authority or Palestine Liberation Organization, or support programs that fund abortion or any activity that circumvents sanctions against Iran or North Korea. The draft order also calls for terminating funding for any organization that "is controlled or substantially influenced by any state that sponsors terrorism" or is blamed for the persecution of marginalized groups or any other systematic violation of human rights.'

Thankfully the liar Hillary Clinton didn't become US President

This example is about Benghazi but there are other examples.

"Pro-Abortion Activists Can't Answer This One Simple Question"

For the avoidance of doubt, I am pro abortion. But I'm not pro people supporting "the woman's right to choose" without limits or without consideration.

Mexico: We will not pay for Trump border wall per BBC News

'Mexico will not pay for Donald Trump's border wall, the country's president has said in a message to the nation.

Enrique Pena Nieto said he "lamented" the plans for the barrier, adding that "Mexico doesn't believe in walls".'

Mexico doesn't believe in walls, except on its southern border?

BBC propaganda here

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Senator Cotton uncovers some interesting evidence re the claims that "Russia Hacked the Election" at the Senate Armed Services Committee

Quite fascinating and the sort of information that the BBC will definitely not ever relay. The BBC have a narrative to promote after all.

Trump 'to advance controversial pipelines' per BBC News

This BBC report follows the BBC rule that if something goes against what the BBC wants then it is controversial or populist. Conversely if something is in accord with BBC views then it is beyond reproach.

Monday, 23 January 2017

Anti-Trump rant woman removed from plane per BBC News

This BBC report and video will hopefully show that leftists can no longer get away with expressing their prejudices as they wish. Unfortunately that's unlikely...

A female reporter is assaulted by a male at a women’s march against violence and the feminists protect the male and help him escape

You can read the whole story here at the Rebel Media and watch the quite incredible video too. Sometimes the left just disgust me.

Here a female reporter is assaulted by a male at a women’s march against violence and the feminists protect the male and help him escape.

Sunday, 22 January 2017

Israel approves settlement homes following Trump inauguration per BBC News. What's missing from the institutionally anti Israel BBC report?

This BBC report manages not to explain why the Eastern part of Jerusalem is mostly Arab. *Which is because Jews were ethnically cleansed from it by Jordan during the only period in over three thousand years that Jerusalem was split, that being during the occupation by Jordan that lasted from the end of the first war that Israel's launched against the world's only Jewish majority state, in an attempt to destroy it, and their second attempt in 1967.

John McDonnell showing his grasp of geography is about as solid as his grasp of economics

'John McDonnell, who answered Andrew Marr's suggestion that he was hearing talk of a Labour collapse in the north of England by replying, "I think you're talking to the wrong people. I was out on the streets in Brighton yesterday where we had hundreds of people marching to protect the NHS".'

Thanks to for the spot.

When the Remoaners say that the British public weren't told that leaving the EU would mean leaving the Single Market, they are lying.

Remoaners are given a free hand by the pro EU BBC to claim that the British public weren't told that leaving the EU would mean leaving the Single Market. This is demonstrably untrue as the video above here shows.

Surely an unbiased BBC would point this out to any Remoaner who tries to tell this lie in the future.

When Donald Trump talks about illegal immigration in 2016/2017 he's called a racist or fascist or worse. Was Bill Clinton called similar in 1995?

Bill Still on the money as usual.

Trump claims media 'dishonest' over crowd photos per BBC News

The top news report on the BBC is yet another angle on the more people attended Barack Hussein Obama's inauguration than attended Donald Trump's.

The BBC are obsessed by this piece of pretty irrelevant news.

Oddly I don't recall the BBC comparing the enormous crowds that were attending Donald Trump's rallies during the US Presidential Election campaign with the poor attendances at Hillary Clinton's rallies.

Friday, 20 January 2017

This won't please the pro Islamist and thus often borderline anti Semitic BBC

Donald Trump is going to really piss off the BBC, bigly.

I'm going to enjoy their pain.

This will not please the warmists at the BBC

President Donald Trump is going to really piss the BBC off, bigly!

But Trump hasn't any experience!

Trump can't be President of the United States of America, he's got no experience. That's a regularly heard comment on the BBC and elsewhere. However I don't remember leftists and the BBC making similar comments when a first term Senator from Illinois with no political achievements and absolutely no private business experience at all was elected President of the United States.

Maybe that he was half black made it OK.

£50bn mines could be Europe’s sole source of lithium per Daily Mail Online

The Mail report that:

'Cornwall looks set for a £50billion mining revolution after plans were revealed to make Poldark country Europe's sole producer of lithium.

Lithium - known as 'white petroleum' - is used in the rapidly growing market for electric cars and rechargeable batteries in everything from mobile phones to cordless vacuums.

Most lithium is produced in South America, Australia and China but there are vast quantities locked inside its large granite stores up to 1,000 metres below the Cornish soil. But with no European source the UK Government has earmarked lithium as a metal of strategic importance to the country and new mines could be opened or existing ones brought back into action.'

Standby for the eco loons and their supporters in the BBC to spread fear about the environmental impact of such mining.

Melbourne car deaths: Three killed as driver strikes pedestrians per BBC News

This BBC report is interesting for several reasons, firstly for the headline blaming the driver not the vehicle as they did in Nice and Berlin. Secondly for the explanation of the police's view that immediately follows the initial description of the incident:

'Three people, including a young child, have died after a car deliberately hit pedestrians in central Melbourne, police say.

At least 29 people were injured, among them a baby who is in a critical condition after the car hit a pram.

Police say they rammed the car, shot the driver in the arm and arrested him.

They say the incident was not terror-related, but is believed to be linked to a stabbing in Melbourne's south-east early on Friday.'

So NOT terror related. It may well not be but I note that PJ Media are reporting a different line based upon at least one witness.

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Lefty thinking

It is odd that for lefty types, including the BBC, Hillary Clinton winning 2.1% more of the popular vote than Donald Trump is proof that she should be the next US President.  However the same people happily also believe that Brexit winning 4% more of the popular vote than the Remain side is proof that the British public doesn't really know what it wants and so we should call the whole thing off.

It must be interesting being on the left of politics.

Bomb teams sent to schools 600 times in chemical alert per BBC News

There's something odd about this BBC report

Why is it on the front page of the BBC news? What is the BBC trying to achieve here?

BBC Impartiality to Be Monitored 'Scientifically', Says Chairman

'Sir David said he would ensure "impartiality, independence and accuracy" would be top of the BBC's agenda in its coverage of Brexit, amid accusations the corporation had a pro-Remain bias during and after the referendum campaign.

He said he would ask for "scientific" research to monitor this impartiality, although did not go into details as to exactly what he meant.'

More here

My comment? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

The BBC is as likely to fulfil its requirement to report matters without bias as Nigel Farage is of becoming President of the EU.

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence per BBC News

'US President Barack Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's sentence for leaking documents to Wikileaks'

Because some Wikileaks leaks are OK by Barack Hussein Obama.

More here

So no Brexit?

'Parliament will get vote on final Brexit deal

The UK prime minister says that European laws and directives - the so-callec acquis - will be adopted into British law as part of the Brexit process.

And she confirms that the UK Parliament will have a vote on the final Brexit settlement when it is agreed.'

So no Brexit?

John Kerry's words quoted by BBC News without acknowledging the hypocrisy

According to this BBC report John Kerry commented negatively on President Elect Donald Trump's recent musings on Angela Merkel's opening of the EU to a flood of immigration.

'US State Secretary John Kerry questioned Mr Trump's remark.

"I thought, frankly, it was inappropriate for a president-elect of the United States to be stepping into the politics of other countries in a quite direct manner," he told CNN.'

Oddly I don't recall John Kerry or the BBC being quite so shocked when Barack Hussein Obama threatened that the UK would be at the back of the queue for a trade deal with the USA if we dared to leave the EU.

One rule for the Obamamessiah, another for The Donald?

Theresa May Speech Pre-Briefed Quotes per Guido Fawkes

I am relieved that Theresa May may actually be looking at Brexit not some sort of Brexit light. Guido Fawkes has what he says are pre briefed excerpts from today's speech. This would seem to be the key passage:

'We seek a new and equal partnership – between an independent, self-governing, Global Britain and our friends and allies in the EU. Not partial membership of the European Union, associate membership of the European Union, or anything that leaves us half-in, half-out. We do not seek to adopt a model already enjoyed by other countries. We do not seek to hold on to bits of membership as we leave.'

Not partial membership of the EU... not.. a model already enjoyed by other countries. We do NOT seek to hold on to bits of membership as we leave.

Might Theresa May have the right idea after all? Will the Remainiacs find a way to get their way despite the Referendum?

More here

Monday, 16 January 2017

The "Top Ten Quran Verses for Understanding ISIS (the Islamic State)"

This should be required viewing for the useful idiots that infest the BBC and most Western governments.

Sura 2:106 regarding the Koranic principle of abrogation needs to be mentioned every time an Islamist or dhimmi describes Islam as a religion of peace.

So why did Barack Hussein Obama Secretly Sent Iran Billions of Dollars?

Why would Barack Hussein Obama secretly send one of the world's two leading source of support for Islamic terrorism billions of US dollars? It's a total mystery...

"U2 Cancels release of New Album Because Trump Won Election"

No new U2 album, how will we all cope?

Donald Trump says UK 'doing great' after Brexit vote per BBC News

The BBC report through gritted teeth that:

'Mr Trump promised a quick trade deal between the US and the UK after he takes office on Friday.'

Any sensible person would see this as good news but the BBC?

Saturday, 14 January 2017

GPs urged to commit to seven day service or lose funding per BBC News

The BBC are outraged over the Conservative government's extending GP hours. Remind me which government reduced doctors hours whilst not reducing pay, Tony Blair's spend, spend, spend Labour government wasn't it?

Friday, 13 January 2017

Is Hillary Clinton an "egotistical psychopath"?

Bill Still has a fascinating video on the subject with at least as much evidence as that which supports the latest claims about Donald Trump that the media is desperate to report.

CNN's Chris Cuomo: 'We Couldn't Help Hillary Any More Than We Have'

The Clinton News Network there.

To be fair the BBC tried their best to help Hillary Clinton as much as possible too.

Clergyman defends St Mary's Cathedral Koran reading per BBC News

This BBC report is almost unbelievable but in 2017 is unfortunately all too believable.

It begins thus:

'The senior clergyman at a cathedral in Glasgow has defended a service at which passages from the Koran were read from the lectern.

St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral has been criticised because the verses contradict Christian teaching about Jesus.

The service was held on the feast of the Epiphany when western Christians mark the visit to the infant Jesus by wise men.

The cathedral provost said the reading was aimed at promoting understanding between the two faiths.

St Mary's invited local Muslims, who also revere Jesus as a prophet, to join the service. A student, Madinah Javed, read from the lectern in Arabic from the chapter of Maryam, or Mary.

The chapter tells the story of the birth of Christ to the virgin Mary, and includes the Islamic teaching that Jesus is not the son of God and should not be worshipped, which has provoked criticism from some Anglicans.'

That a Christian clergyman should think it appropriate to have verses from the Koran read out in church during a Christian service is mind blowing by itself.

For a Christian clergyman to allow to be read Koranic verses that directly contradict some of the key beliefs of Christianity is just ridiculous.

I wonder if this clergyman understands the concept of dhimmitude.

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Donald Trump calls CNN reporter You are Fake News

Will any Conservative politician have the nerve to treat the biased BBC in a similar manner?

BBC iPlayer will aim to be 'number one' online TV service per BBC News

Leaving aside why the BBC should aim to be the world's number one online TV service, there was one key declaration of intent in this BBC report

'... the BBC will put a stronger emphasis on "slow news" - meaning more in-depth analysis of topics and issues to run alongside the "fast" breaking news and day to day events.'

So that's even more propaganda for the BBC's pet causes and against those with whom the BBC takes issue.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

UK in 'front seat' for US trade deal, top Republican says per BBC News

The BBC have to report through gritted teeth that the UK is in the 'front seat' for US trade deal.  They aren't happy as it's hard to spin this as bad news or as a downside to Brexit. So it's a quick, straight report, one that's doomed to disappear as soon as the BBC can source some bad news about Brexit to replace it. In the meantime:

'Britain will be in the "front seat" to negotiate a new trade deal with the incoming Trump administration, a top Republican in the US Senate has said.

A US-UK trade deal would be a priority, Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker said after meeting Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Barack Obama warned in April that the UK would be at the back of the queue for trade deals if voters chose Brexit.'

Poor BBC, the Obamanessiah is on his way out of power to be replaced by a US President who favours alliances with independent democracies such as the UK and Israel rather than the supra national non democratic blocks and Islamists that Barack Hussein Obama preferred.

Monday, 9 January 2017

The Golden Age of Israeli Science per Biased BBC

This Biased BBC article is well worth reading, here's a very quotable section:

'Odd how science done by Muslims [though in fact many scientists and scholars were atheists/Christian or Jewish] is 'Muslim' and yet terrorism done by Muslims is not 'Muslim'.'

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Who are the real purveyors of 'fake news'?

Who are the real purveyors of 'fake news'? Is it the alt-right or the main stream media?

Jerusalem attack: Four dead after lorry driver rams soldiers per BBC News

One line from this BBC report struck me:

'The Palestinian leadership has blamed frustration rooted in decades of Israeli occupation.'

The institutionally anti Israel don't explain what the Palestinian leadership mean by occupation. It's the same as the anti Israel protesters mean when they chant "From the river to the sea..."

The Palestinian leadership, people and presumably the institutionally anti Israel BBC, see the whole of Israel as being on occupied land.

Saturday, 7 January 2017


Contrary to the anti Trump line being followed by the BBC and most other pro Hillary Clinton news agencies, Julian Assange has declared that Russia was not the source of the Wikileaks leaked information from the DNC and John Podesta.

Friday, 6 January 2017

"Carwash Scene - Lois Griffin & Marge Simpson" Cartoon porn?!

Family Guy's Lois Griffin and Marge Simpson in a 'porn' scene?

"Family Guy - S06E02 - Deleted Scene : Quagmire and Marge" Glenn Quagmire and Marge Simpson get it on...

Family Guy's Glenn Quagmire and Marge Simpson get it on...


A hard hitting video, one that should be compulsory viewing for the sisterhood. I'm a proud male feminist, of the old school, but many of the followers of new feminism aren't so much feminists as man misandrists.

Spanish Government Considers Making Islamic Feasts Public Holidays

'The Spanish government could designate major Muslim feasts as public holidays, a senior diplomat has said.

Javier Herrera-García Canturri, a career diplomat who currently advises the country's Ministry of Justice on inter-faith relations, said the government was "considering" the move when it unveils a package of labour reforms later this year.'

More here at Breitbart but not on the BBC where the Islamistion of Europe is not considered an issue.

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Four charged with hate crime for Chicago Facebook Live attack but the BBC News know the real story

The BBC just can't help but show their true colours. This report on a hate crime in the USA - - ends rather oddly thus:

'The incident has provoked a strong reaction on Twitter, especially among the alt-right - the fringe group that celebrated US President-elect Trump's election win with Nazi salutes.'

What sort of people are they at the BBC?

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

"SR 1420 – The Truth Will Soon Come Out About Obama"

Bill Still was one of the foremost people who persuaded me that Donald Trump was going to win the US Presidential Election. For that reason I thought that this video might have more credibility than one might otherwise think

18 Major Scandals in Obama's ‘Scandal-Free’ Presidency per Breitbart

Any day now the Obamamessiah worshipping BBC will publish a brown nosing review of Barack Hussein Obama's Presidency. I wonder how many of the 18 major scandals described by Breitbart here will warrant even a mention in passing.

Here's what Breitbart say about just one of the scandals that the BBC all but ignored.

' The IRS scandal: 

The selective targetingof conservative groups by a politicized Internal Revenue Service was a scandal grenade Democrats and their media pals somehow managed to smother, even though the story began with the It's admitting wrongdoing.

Democrats suffocated the scandal by acting like circus clowns during congressional hearings, but at no point were the actual facts of the case truly obscured: yes, pro-life and Tea Party groups were deliberately targeted for extra scrutiny, their tax exemption applications outrageously delayed until after the 2012 election without actually being refused. If anything remotely comparable had been done to, say, environmentalist and minority activist groups by the IRS under a Republican administration, the results would have been apocalyptic.

There's also no question about the facts of the follow-up scandal, in which IRS officials brazenly lied about having backups of relevant computer data. The American people were expected to believe that multiple state-of-the-art hard drives failed, and were instantly shredded instead of being subjected to data recovery procedures.'

Monday, 2 January 2017

Some ‘child migrants’ to UK as old as 29, according to age assessments per Metro News - not a word from the pro unlimited immigration BBC

Some of the unaccompanied child migrants who entered into the UK are as old as 29, according to an assessment by officials.

Assessments carried out by social workers in the UK suggest some of the lone child refugees who entered Britain earlier this year may have lied about their age.

Figures obtained by the Mail on Sunday from 50 authorities across the country following tests carried out between 2013 and 2016 imply 465 asylum seekers were over 18.

An FoI request revealed one man was assessed at almost twice as old as he claimed. The refugee, assessed by Hampshire County Council in 2014-2015 said he was 17, but following tests social workers thought his age was closer to 29.

While in Manchester 2013-2014, a woman who claimed to be 17 was assessed as 26.

There's more here but obviously not at the BBC where truth is less important than pushing the left wing agenda of unlimited immigration.

Migrants storm border fence in Spanish enclave of Ceuta per BBC News

This BBC report once again reinforces my point about the way that the BBC's attitude towards entities varies.

Ceuta and Melissa are described as Spain's North African enclaves, not as relics of colonialism or some other derogatory way that Gibraltar is described.

It's also noticeable that the barrier between Ceuta and Africa is described as a fence when it seems to be as much of a wall as that which exists to protect Israel from invasion or infiltration by Palestinians. The institutionally anti Israel regularly decries the existence of one but not the other.

Sunday, 1 January 2017


"where do you live" are the four words. In the UK they'd work just as well on many at the BBC and the likes of Billy Bragg.