Saturday, 30 September 2017

"Clinton campaign chief thanked Facebook for ‘help & support’ – WikiLeaks"

John Podesta to the COO of Facebook pre the 2016 US Presidential Election;

'Wishing you a happy New Year. 2015 was challenging, but we ended in a good place thanks to your help and support. Look forward to working with you to elect the first woman President of the United States.'

Unbiased media? Not according to WikiLeaks as reported by RT here

Do you still trust Facebook to give you unbiased information and not to highlight certain posts over others?

Facebook is as much fake news as CNN, the BBC and most of the mainstream media.

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

'The referendum on Thursday, 23 June is your chance to decide if we should remain in or leave the European Union.

The government believes it is in the best interests of the UK to remain in the EU.

This is the way to protect jobs, provide security, and strengthen the UK's economy for every family in this country – a clear path into the future, in contrast to the uncertainty of leaving.

This is your decision. The government will implement what you decide.'

Clear enough Remoaners? Obviously not for the BBC and the other EU fanatics. The government promised to implement what the British public decided, a majority voted for Brexit, 'end of'... If a majority had voted Remain would the BBC be giving pro Brexit supporters airtime?

Quote directly taken from the UK government's Brexit publication sent to every UK household, as still available here -

BBC response to Jimmy Savile's crimes criticised by Justin Welby per BBC News

This BBC report is rather protective of the BBC record re Jimmy Savile's crimes. The report starts thus:

'The Archbishop of Canterbury has criticised the way the BBC handled sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile.

The Most Rev Justin Welby said the BBC had not shown the same integrity over accusations of child abuse that the Catholic and Anglican churches had.

He was reflecting on changes to society over the past 60 years, in an interview for BBC Radio 4's Today programme.

The BBC said it did not recognise the accusation, and had acted transparently over Savile.'

Transparently? This Guardian report  suggests otherwise:

' BBC journalists will be afraid of speaking out about the next big BBC scandal after seeing how those who tried to expose Jimmy Savile were forced out, according to the former head of investigations at Newsnight.

Merion Jones said the way he and other journalists who complained about the way the BBC handled the scandal were pressured to leave.

He said: "We were told at the time that you won't be sacked, but over a year or two years you'll realise you are being treated as an outsider, that you will never be trusted because you blew the whistle, and you will find yourself leaving," he said.

"I didn't believe that, but I started watching what was going around me."

I think journalists will be afraid of speaking out. This isn't ancient history, I left in February. It looks like no lessons have been learnt."

Jones earlier told Press Gazette that those who tried to expose the handling of the case were seen as "traitors" while executives who tried to suppress the scandal had continued their careers unhindered.

"Everyone involved on the right side of the Savile argument has been forced out of the BBC," he said."There is still sadly a small group of people at the BBC who think that the only problem with Savile was that it was exposed and if it had stayed hushed up, everything would be fine."

Jones's investigation into Savile was pulled by the then Newsnight editor Peter Rippon in December 2011, just weeks before a tribute to the presenter – who is thought to have abused hundreds of children over decades – was broadcast.

Jones said he was told by an employment lawyer that if he sued the BBC, he would win and there would be "no cap on it because it will be a whistleblower case", but the corporation would fight the case for at least a year before settling.

Instead, Jones said he decided to take voluntary redundancy.

Among those who Jones says were also targeted by bosses over Savile included his colleague on the the investigation, Liz Mackean, who left after 23 years with the corporation in April 2014 and now works on Channel 4's Dispatches.

Mackean told Press Gazette: "I didn't feel encouraged to stay. I felt I would do better to work outside the BBC."

Jones and Mackean gave evidence to the Pollard inquiry, which found that "rigid management chains" meant the BBC proved "completely incapable"of handling the Savile case. However, it decided Rippon's decision to pull the Newsnight investigation was "done in good faith" without undue pressure from senior management.

Jones says he and Mackean were told they "would never work for the BBC again" if they co-operated with a Panorama investigation into the scandal called What the BBC Knew. "Lots of efforts were made to block that Panorama," he added.

He says the editor behind the programme, Tom Giles, and the executive put in charge of Savile coverage, Peter Horrocks, who forced it through, were also subsequently squeezed out.

Giles was shifted to a strategy role in May last year and left to become head of ITV current affairs a year later. Horrocks left the BBC earlier this year to become vice-chancellor of the Open University.

Jones also said the way the BBC treated one of Savile's original accusers, Karin Ward, when she was sued by Freddie Starr over comments she made on BBC and ITV, showed how the corporation was prepared to leave whistleblowers out to dry. Ward did not receive any legal support from the BBC until the eve of her trial, which she eventually won."It's an extraordinary thing for the BBC not to support a whistleblower who had appeared on a BBC programme," said Jones. "That's unprecedented as far as I know.""If I was a whistleblower, I would not go to the BBC now unless they announce a big change in their policy."

A BBC spokesman said: "Meirion Jones has made his views known before and we have always been clear that nobody was forced out of the BBC for exposing the Savile scandal."

The Pollard report concluded, following a detailed investigation, that the decision to drop the initial investigation into Jimmy Savile was taken in good faith and not for any improper reason."The publication of the independent investigation into sexual abuse at the BBC overseen by Dame Janet Smith was indefinitely delayed in May after police said it could prejudice ongoing investigations.'

Does that sound transparent to you? Do you believe the BBC?

Friday, 29 September 2017

Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus reveals breast cancer diagnosis per BBC News

The BBC are only partly at fault for the political aspect of the reporting of Julia Louis-Dreyfus's announcement that she has breast cancer. This BBC report faithfully reports Julia Louis-Dreyfus's words including that she had "fantastic" health insurance through her union.

The BBC doesn't report, for context, that Julia Louis-Dreyfus reportedly earns around $150,000 per episode of VEEP so has no real desperate need for health insurance. Nor do the BBC report, for context, that Julia Louis-Dreyfus is apparently worth upwards of $200 million, maybe more since her multi billionaire father died last year.

Nor do the BBC report, for context, that Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a long time Democrat supporter, per Wikipedia:

'Louis-Dreyfus supported Al Gore's 2000 U.S. presidential bid, and also endorsed Barack Obama's bid for the presidency in 2008[70] and 2012.[71] She appeared in a video that urged President Obama to reject the proposal of the Keystone XL pipeline, arguing that if the pipeline ever were to leak, it would cause mass pollution across the U.S.[72]


During the 2016 Democratic National Convention, Louis-Dreyfus announced her endorsement of Hillary Clinton for the United States presidential election of that year.[75]

In her acceptance speech at the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards, she denounced President Donald Trump's executive order of travel ban as "un-American," and said, "My father fled religious persecution in Nazi-occupied France."[76]'

For the record, I loved Julia Louis-Dreyfus's creation Elaine Benes in Seinfeld and love her portrayal of the seemingly inept and amoral Selina Meyer in VEEP. Her politics I'm less a fan of and the BBC's complicity in reporting her words irritate me even more.

Get well soon Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

BBC Question Time Panels Dominated by Remainers per Guido Fawkes

'According to research done by a co-conspirator*, Remain panelists have outnumbered Leavers by 137-72, nearly twice as many. 86% of the time the panel was dominated by Remainers…

Leavers have only outnumbered Remainers in 3 episodes.

Remainers dominated in 36.

In 16 editions there was only a single Leaver.

Prominent anti-Brexiteers dominate the repeat appearances with Emily Thornberry and Richard Burgon on 5 times, Alex Salmond and Leanne Wood on 3 times.Jacob Rees-Mogg was the only Brexiteer to appear 3 times.'

More analysis here and more pro Remainer propaganda all over the institutionally pro EU BBC.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Corbyn Refuses to Say He'd Defend Nato Ally Attacked By Russia per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes reports that:

'In an interview with CNN Corbyn has refused to say if he would defend a Nato ally attacked by Russia. '

Oddly there's not a word about this news on the Labour Party supporting BBC.

An impartial news reporting organisation would report this but the BBC has long ceased to be that and acts instead as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

Labour 'war-gaming for run on pound' if elected per BBC News

This BBC report includes this line:

'The Labour Party is making detailed plans for government, including "war-game-type scenario-planning" for events such as "a run on the pound".'

It's odd how the BBC make the Labour Party's preparations for a run on the Pound sound like sensible policy. However when the Conservative Party do reduce the value of the Pound the BBC are all doom and gloom, but with the Labour Party it's all about emphasising the positives.

That 97% Global Warming Consensus

Everytime I need reminding why the global warming concensus is no such thing, I watch this video.

Monday, 25 September 2017

84% of PFI Projects Started Under Labour per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes has some Sky sourced figures that backup what I posted recently about the BBC trying to hide which UK government pushed PFI.

'Sky's Ed Conway has this helpful graph showing 604 PFI projects started under Labour, compared to 112 under the Tories.'

That's 84% Labour and 16% Conservative: you might wonder why,  other than promoting the Labour Party, the BBC would seek to obscure the facts

Tennessee church shooting halted by 'extraordinarily brave' usher per BBC News

I thought that the BBC were not placing as much attention as usual on the latest Tennessee shooting. Why, I wondered?

Then one line in this BBC report gave the game away:

'Nashville Police said the suspected attacker at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ was Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, who was originally from Sudan.'

The attacker was a Sudanese, it all starts to make sense.

John McDonnell 'would bring existing PFI contracts in-house' per BBC News

This BBC report manages to avoid laying the blame for PFI on the Labour Party.

'The PFI model of funding public services such as new schools and hospitals was pioneered by the Conservatives in the 1990s and has continued under successive governments.'

The BBC proud to whitewash history in order to protect their friends in the Labour Party. I'd be disgusted were it not so predictable.

Dinesh D’Souza's new book Big Lies is unlikely to be the Book of the Week on the left-wing BBC

Dinesh D'Souza is also unlikely to be given a soft interview on any BBC programmes.

"Deep State Spied on both Trump and Sen Sessions..."

This story should be headline news but the Hillary Clinton supporting MSM won't touch this story with a bargepole.

Saturday, 23 September 2017

Merkel's decision to open Germany's and hence Europe's borders to massive immigration under question not that you'd know if you rely upon the BBC for your world news

The Times reports that:

'The AfD's call for an official inquiry into whether the 63-year-old chancellor broke German law received a boost yesterday from a report in the conservative daily newspaper Die Welt that a non-partisan Bundestag committee had concluded that the decision to open the country's borders should have been put to MPs.'

Good luck finding any reporting of that Bundestag committee on the BBC where support for unfettered Muslim immigration is a higher priority than reporting inconvenient facts.

Friday, 22 September 2017

Retail sales growth boosted by clothing per BBC News through gritted teeth

Hidden away on the BBC website is this report that will not be headline news as it runs counter to the Brexit doom and gloom narrative.

The report ends thus:

' Ben Brettell, senior economist, at stockbrokers Hargreaves Lansdown, said the willingness of consumers to spend was surprising: "The UK consumer continues to show remarkable resilience, with retail sales in August blowing economists' forecasts out of the water."

Spending has defied expectations of a slowdown since the Brexit referendum, and currently seems to be holding up despite weak wage growth and above-target inflation.

"This could bode well for economic growth - the UK economy is heavily reliant on the consumer, and economists had expected falling real incomes to eventually translate into weak retail sales. If this fails to materialise, the economy could see a stronger second half to the year."'

That sort of news must be kept away from the general public at all costs. It's really not the sort of fact that the institutionally pro EU BBC wants to report  at all.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Diversity in the media is good unless it's diversity of thought

The media, especially the BBC, are obsessed with 'improving diversity'. That's diversity of sex, sexual preference,  colour and class. However diversity of thought is not wanted.

The Mail reports:

'Alastair Campbell encouraged hundreds of TV executives to help block Brexit after they all refused to say they were optimistic about leaving the EU.

The former Labour spin doctor was addressing the cream of Britain's broadcasting industry at the Royal Television Society conference.

He asked the audience of nearly 280 to raise their hands if they were 'optimistic' about Brexit. But – highlighting concerns of Left-wing bias in an industry that wields enormous power and influence – not a single person did so.

Mr Campbell then urged them to do anything they can to stop Brexit. 'It has got to be stopped,' he said. 'Anything you can do to help stop it, as citizens, as business directors, well frankly do it.''

Unbiased media? Don't make me laugh.

Another convenient CNN 'technical fault'

It's odd how many of these technical faults occur when someone says something inconvenient.

UK 'biggest audience' in Europe for jihadist web content per BBC News

The BBC report with a straight face that:

'Online jihadist propaganda attracts more clicks in the UK than any other country in Europe, a report has found.

Britain is the fifth-biggest audience in the world for extremist content after Turkey, the US, Saudi Arabia and Iraq, Policy Exchanges study said.

The think tank suggested the UK public would support new laws criminalising reading content that glorifies terror.

The government has told internet companies like Facebook and Google to do more to to remove jihadist material.

Former US military chief General David Petraeus, who wrote a foreword to the report, said efforts to combat online extremism were "inadequate".

He said the bombing of a London Tube train last week "merely underscored once again the ever-present nature of this threat."

"There is no doubting the urgency of this matter," he said."The status quo clearly is unacceptable."'

Why does the UK feature so high in that list? I suppose that the BBC blame a combination of the legacy of empire, Brexit and President Donald Trump, but certainly not Islam.

Friday, 15 September 2017

Pound hits highest since Brexit vote on rate rise speech per BBC News - can you sense the clenched teeth

'The pound has hit its highest level against the dollar since the Brexit vote after a senior Bank of England official fuelled speculation it could raise rates in the coming months.

Gertjan Vlieghe, who has previously argued against a rate rise, said the "moment is approaching" when interest rates might need to go up.

The Bank kept rates at 0.25% this week, buthinted at a rise in the future.

Sterling rose more than 1% against the dollar to hit $1.3610.

That was its highest level since 24 June, the day after the Brexit vote.

The pound also gained more than 1% against the euro to rise above 1.13 euros.'

More clenched teeth reporting here

Poor BBC: FTSE at record levels, unemployment down, now Sterling above Brexit day fall, it really doesn't help their Brexit means economic doom and gloom agenda.

The Sex Selfie Stick That Lets You FaceTime With Your Vagina (NSFW) per HuffPost UK

'The Svakom Gaga Selfie Camera Vibrator costs a meagre £120 and hopes to let you get a good glimpse of your lady parts to see what actually goes on down there during an orgasm.

Everything down to the last muscle-twitch. Sexy.

Footage from one's undercarriage can also be uploaded to all kinds of devices including your computer or smartphone, so you can watch it back later.

The photography device, which doubles up as a vibrator, even lets you Face VagTime.'

Words all but fail me, would anyone really want to FaceTime their or anyone else's vagina?

More here

Injuries reported in London Tube 'explosion' at Parsons Green

Interestingly Sky News are reporting here that 'Scotland Yard said it was aware of the incident at Parsons Green station on the District Line, near Fulham, in south west London, and officers were in attendance, including counter-terror forces.'

The BBC will do their utmost to avoid using the word terror or terrorist, unless of course the perpetrator is a white 'right winger', in which it will be thrown about liberally.

Parsons Green: Injuries after London Tube train blast

'London Underground passengers have been hurt after an explosion on a District Line train in south-west London.

Police and paramedics were called at 08:20 BST (07:20 GMT) on Friday to Parsons Green station in Fulham.

Pictures show a white bucket on fire inside a supermarket bag, but do not appear to show extensive damage to the inside of the Tube train carriage.

Witnesses described seeing at least one passenger with facial injuries.'

Here we go again?

Obviously no speculation at the BBC here

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Who lied?

Post the EU Referendum, some on the Remain side have argued that the Leave campaign garnered votes from people who were mislead by the NHS money promise and other factors. I wonder how many more people might have voted Leave if they had realised that the Remainers promises that further EU integration wasn't going to happen were not true. For instance re an EU army Nick Clegg said "It's not going to happen, it doesn't matter whether Nigel Farage says it's going to happen or Jean Claude Juncker… he [Juncker] can't create a European army,"

Yesterday we discovered that the truth was with Nigel Farage not Nick Clegg.

You can read more here but doubtless not on the institutionally pro EU BBC.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Hillary Clinton - What Happened

Hillary Clinton has a new book out, purporting to tell us what happened in the 2016 US Presidential Election.

Liz Wheeler thinks she has a better understanding of the reasons.

What do you think? Who's right, Hillary Clinton or Liz Wheeler?

BBC Nick Robinson neutral on Brexit?

Is the BBC's Nick Robinson neutral on Brexit? Of course not, Guido Fawkes has the figures:

'Robbo has sent 157 tweets about Brexit since 24 June 2016.

3 tweets had a positive sentiment, that's just 2% of his total tweets.

65 tweets were neutral, that's 41%.

89 tweets were negative, that is 57% of his total Brexit tweets having a negative sentiment.'

More here

More BBC bias all over the BBC.

Over a quarter of British people 'hold anti-Semitic attitudes', study finds per BBC News

Th BBC report on the high incidence of anti Semitic sentiment in the UK in a report that is a trifle odd.

It starts by reporting the incidence in the British public as a whole:

'More than a quarter of British people hold at least one anti-Semitic view, according to a study of attitudes to Jewish people.'

It then linked anti Semitic attitudes to anti Israel attitudes and also Islam.

'Researchers also found a correlation in anti-Jewish and anti-Israel attitudes...  when questioned about whether they agreed with a number of statements, including "Jews think they are better than other people", and "Jews exploit holocaust victimhood for their own purposes", 30% agreed with at least one statement.'

."The report said about 70% of the population of Britain had a favourable opinion of Jews and did not hold any anti-Semitic ideas or views.'

That 30:70 split is reported factually, without BBC opinion. Just imagine how the BBC would report similar figures re 'Islamophobic' attitudes, the BBC would be affronted and incensed.

Back to anti Semitism, t he BBC report does have a section headed 'Muslim views' that runs thus, and I comment on each pertinent part:

'The IJPR's researchers questioned 5,466 people face-to-face and online in the winter of 2016/17 - 995 of these were Muslims, although a smaller number of Muslims were included in the statisticians' nationally representative sample.'

So a large sample, we should be able to rely on a sample of that size.

'They found more than half of Muslims (55%) held at least one anti-Semitic attitude.'

More than half, a clear majority, of Muslims hold at least one anti-Semitic attitude. Interestingly the BBC don't report how many Muslims hold many anti-Semitic attitudes, I wonder why.

'Dr Jonathan Boyd, director of the IJPR, said: "Our intention here was not to make any broad generalisations about the Muslim population and their attitudes towards Jews.'

Although the generalisation that Muslims hold anti-Semitic views could be made?

"There does seem to be some relationship between levels of religiosity in the Muslim population and anti-Semitism."

Now that's interesting but the BBC are not interested in investigating why seemingly the more one follows 'the religion of peace' the more one holds anti-Semitic views. Surely any correlation between Islam and anti-Semitism is worthy of asking the question 'why'. An independent unbiased news investigative organisation would ask that question but the BBC is not unbiased in this area.

'The institute said it wanted to promote an "elastic view", making a distinction between people who are clearly anti-Semites, and ideas that are perceived by Jews as anti-Semitic.'

Oddly I don't recall the BBC pushing the idea that there was a difference between people who are 'Islamaphobic' and those who Muslims think are 'Islamaphobic'.

'In December 2016 the government adopted an internationally recognised definition of anti-Semitism: "a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews".'

No comment from the BBC on this?

Then the BBC have a section headed 'Questions on Israel'

'The researchers also questioned people about their views on statements about Israel and the conflict with the Palestinians.

Their report said fewer than one in five people questioned (17%) had a favourable opinion of Israel, whereas about one in three (33%) held an unfavourable view.

The report said: "The position of the British population towards Israel can be characterised as one of uncertainty or indifference, but among those who hold a view, people with sympathies towards the Palestinians are numerically dominant."'

Of course the BBC don't take any credit for this anti Israel sentiment but they have done more than almost any other organisation to raise the level of anti Israel feeling amongst the consumers of its output.

'Dr Boyd said: "Anti-Israel and anti-Jewish views exist both together and in isolation."The higher the level of anti-Israel attitudes measured, the more likely they are to hold anti-Semitic views as well."'

That's a point that I've been making for years, increasing anti Israel feelings inevitable increases anti-Semitism. And that is something that the institutionally anti Israel BBC has been guilty of for years.

There's much more that I could say about this BBC report but I'll end with this line from the report:

'Despite this, the researchers said they found that levels of anti-Semitism in Great Britain were among the lowest in the world.'

The BBC would say, so that's OK then. I'd say it shows just how hated Jews are around the world and that maybe the BBC concentrate on that a little more than incidents of supposed 'Islamophbia'.

Monday, 11 September 2017

Labour's Brexit Policy Clearly Explained per Guido Fawkes' Euro Guido

I have as going to analyse the various Labour positions on the EU, something that the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC will not do. However why bother when Guido Fawkes has already done just that here

'Corbyn is whipping his MPs to vote against Brexit even though he privately supports it. Caroline Flint says MPs should rebel against the Labour whip. Thanks to Keir Starmer Labour officially want to stay in the single market during the transition, even though Corbynistas think the single market is a neoliberal tool of the bosses and want to leave it. Tom Watson says Labour could stay in the single market forever, yet John McDonnell says we have to leave it to respect the referendum result. Frontbenchers Jon Ashworth and Jenny Chapman say Watson is wrong, Heidi Alexander and Alison McGovern say he is right. Diane Abbott and Clive Lewis say Labour must support free movement, Corbyn and Starmer say free movement will end after Brexit. Barry Gardiner says staying in the customs union would be a "disaster", yet Starmer says we should remain in "a" customs union during the transition. Watson says we could stay in indefinitely. Tony Blair says we should just stay in the EU.

Got that?'

The BBC are always very excited by Conservative Party splits over the EU but completely unconcerned by Labour Party ones. The reasons are obvious.

At least some Labour MPs understand keeping a manifesto commitment

Labour MP Graham Stringer:

"I will vote for the second reading of the bill. The bill is necessary for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, that was the commitment the Labour party gave in the General Election which was only three months ago."

Not the kind of principles that the institutionally pro EU BBC will support.

Report: UK Population ‘Gains the Equivalent of a New Town’ Every Week

News that you won't find reported on the institutionally pro immigration BBC. Although they will bemoan housing shortages as a way of attacking a Conservative government.

'A report by think tank Civitas says that the population of the United Kingdom is growing at a rate of more than 500,000 a year – the equivalent of a new town of about 10,000 people being created every week.

The report, 'Britain's Demographic Challenge: The Implications of the UK's Rapidly Increasing Population', also said that based on current projections, by 2039 there will be nearly 10 million more people in the UK – enough to populate Greater Manchester three times over.

"In the year ending 30 June 2016 the population of the United Kingdom increased by 538,500, equivalent to 1,475 people per day", the report states.

The authors note that this growth in population would require the construction of 641 homes per day – "27 per hour or one every two minutes, night and day".'

I'll repeat that last part "this growth in population would require the construction of 641 homes per day – "27 per hour or one every two minutes, night and day".'

More here but not on the BBC.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Qatar crisis: Pots, kettle, black

The BBC report seemingly with a straight face that:

'Saudi Arabia says it has suspended dialogue with Qatar... The four countries (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the UAE) say Qatar supports terrorism - something Doha denies."

How can anyone report that Saudi Arabia has accused another Muslim Arab country of supporting terrorism without at least acknowledging the hypocrisy?

Tony Blair wants tougher immigration rules for EU citizens - 20 years too bloody late

The BBC report

'Tony Blair has called on the government to introduce a new immigration policy which "reasserts control".

When he was prime minister, Mr Blair's government - unlike most EU countries - did not apply transitional controls on migrants from eastern Europe.'

Quite unbelievable I'd say were it not that there's nothing that vile man could do that would surprise me. He opened the floodgates to massive EU and non EU immigration so as to, at least partly, rub the right's noses in diversity. This policy exacerbated inter community tensions and increased the incidence of terrorism in this country and now he wants controls!

I do have a message for Tony Blair but it really isn't printable.

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Anti-Brexit marchers rally in Parliament Square per BBC News

The BBC report begins:

'Thousands of protesters in favour of the UK staying in the European Union have marched in Westminster.

The People's March for Europe took a route through central London before a rally in Parliament Square.

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable said there were a growing number of people worried about Brexit's impact.

The march comes ahead of MPs voting on Monday on a bill to overturn the act that took the UK into the EU and end the supremacy of EU law in the UK.'

It's that last line that was one of the reasons I voted for Brexit, I want British law NOT EU law supreme in this country.

More Remainiac propaganda all over the institutionally pro EU BBC.

More of this particular report here

Friday, 8 September 2017

Unite Advertising "Self-Employed" Branch Manager Job per Guido Fawkes

File under Labour Hypocrisy and BBC protecting The Labour Party from any criticism.

'Given Jeremy Corbyn's proclamations on workers' rights at PMQs, Guido is intrigued by this new job advert from his Unite paymasters. The union are hiring branch organisers to work out of their offices in North London. Though rather than giving their employees contracts, Unite are offering the jobs only on "self-employed"terms. That means no national insurance contributions, pension, sick pay or holiday pay. Isn't this the sort of "bogus self-employment" Corbyn and Unite campaign against?'

More here at Guido Fawkes but not on The Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Partition - right or wrong

'Last month the BBC reported that in 1947 India became independent and all the violence was our fault because we partitioned it between the Muslim and non-Muslim populations. This month the BBC is reporting that in 1948 Burma became independent and all the violence is our fault because we didn't partition it between the Muslim and non-Muslim populations. To the BBC the only common factor seems to be the British involvement – unless you include the fact that where ever you go the Muslim are always the victims of all this inexplicable violence. '

Copied from a comment at biased BBC

Saturday, 2 September 2017

"Alan Irwin deadline day dildo"

2014 Transfer Deadline Day was a little special for Alan Irwin.

Migrant Crisis: Albanian Gangs Sneaking into Britain on Ferries from Spain

One line from this report struck me as something that you wouldn't hear on the BBC.

'... one of the migrants interviewed by the newspaper boasted: "I will try until I get through. Nothing will stop me. It is good money in Britain."'

Straight from the horse's mouth but not of any interest to the BBC.

"50 Female Privileges"

Because men aren't treated equally by society,  here are 50 Female Privileges.

Islamist Preacher Who Called for Destruction of Britain Coming to Parliament per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes reports on someone who is coming to Parliament to meet MPs:

'...  a notorious Islamist hate preacher who called for Britain to be "destroyed" is due to meet MPs in parliament this month.

Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, a former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and current Imam of the city's Al-Aqsa Mosque, will visit Britain as part of a delegation organised by pro-Palestinian group EuroPal. Provided he isn't stopped at Heathrow…

Sabri stated in a 2001 radio sermon: "Allah, destroy the U.S., its helpers and its agents. Allah, destroy Britain, its helpers and its agents. Allah, prepare those who will unite the Muslims and march in the steps of Saladin.'

London Mayor Sadiq Khan opposed President Donald Trump visiting Britain, I wonder if he'll oppose Sheikh Sabri's visit too.

I've yet to find any mention on the BBC of this visit but then they may well welcome the visit of such a stout defender of the Palestinian people and aggressor towards Israel. That's just the kind of person that the institutionally anti Israel BBC like.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Birling Gap beach: Shipwreck 'could be to blame for mist' per BBC News - Could being the operative word

Well a shipwreck 'could' be to blame but so 'could' foul play but don't expect the BBC to consider that option unless they can blame it on Brexit, President Donald Trump or Israel.

Tucker Carlson can't contain his laughter as Mark Steyn roasts Hillary's new book

Mark Steyn on fine form, but then Hillary Clinton is an easy target.

BBC Radio 4 - The Cold Swedish Winter - formerly a comedy, now political propaganda

The Cold Swedish Winter was one of those BBC Radio 4 comedies that I listened to if I caught it but didn't worry if I missed it.

I turned on the radio earlier today and caught part of President Donald Trump's speech about the problems Sweden was having with Muslim immigration, that's odd I thought. It was the start of a new episode in the third series of The Cold Swedish Winter. What was once a vaguely amusing series about an Englishman trying to fit in in Sweden, a series with some gentle humour at the expense of the English and the Swedish seems to have become a pro immigration programme. There's an Afghan refugee, portrayed by an Afghan refugee, who's insulted by an old Swedish man which leads to the English protagonist saying "How could any human being agree with Trump". That seemed as good a moment as any to turn the radio off.

The BBC's obsession with brainwashing the British public would be amusing were it not so bloody dangerous and inimical to the interests of the country.