Wednesday 28 February 2018

Boris Johnson: Irish border row being exploited to stop Brexit per BBC News

The BBC are almost priapic today with their reporting of the Ireland and Northern Ireland issue re Brexit. The BBC have long sided with the reunification of Ireland side, including the IRA, against the Loyalist side. So this, a chance to derail Brexit and force a general election that the Jeremy Corbyn lead Labour Party could win has the BBC very very excited, tumescent even.

'Speaking to Sky News on Wednesday, he (Boris Johnson) said: "What is going on at the moment is that the issue of the Northern Irish border is being used quite a lot politically to try and keep the UK in the customs union - effectively the single market - so we cannot really leave the EU. That is what is going on.'

Indeed it is what is going on and at the head of that politicking is the institutionally pro EU, pro Labour Party and pro one Ireland, BBC. Biased and brainwashing the UK population day in and day out. The BBC is dangerous to the British interest but how can they be stopped?

Tuesday 27 February 2018

Northern Ireland 'to be part of EU customs territory' per BBC News

You can almost hear the BBC salivating in this report at the thought that:

'The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has made clear if the Irish Sea became a de facto trade border, it would withdraw its support for the Conservative government.'

A minority Conservative government collapses because of Brexit splits. A general election and a Labour government lead by Jeremy 'friends' with Hamas and Hezbollah Corbyn, John 'kneecaping' McDonnell and Dianne Abbot - what good go wrong? Practically everything...

Monday 26 February 2018

For BBC News, Conservative politicians make u-turns whilst Labour leaders make 'policy shifts'

Read this BBC piece and ask yourself how the BBC would report such a change in policy by a Conservative politician. The word u-turn would be prominently reported. However as this was a complete change of policy by a Labour leader, the BBC use the phrase 'policy shift' instead.

The BBC's bias is clear and obvious. Why don't Conservative politicians challenge them on it?

Barry Gardiner in Customs Union Flip-Flop per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes reminds us of Labour's chosen spokesman, Barry Gardiner, on Brexit. First from The Guardian last year:

'Other countries such as Turkey have a separate customs union agreement with the EU. If we were to have a similar agreement, several things would follow: the EU's 27 members would set the common tariffs and Britain would have no say in how they were set. We would be unable to enter into any separate bilateral free trade agreement. We would be obliged to align our regulatory regime with the EU in all areas covered by the union, without any say in the rules we had to adopt. And we would be bound by the case law of the ECJ, even though we would have no power to bring a case to the court.

As a transitional phase, a customs union agreement might be thought to have some merit. However, as an end point it is deeply unattractive. It would preclude us from making our own independent trade agreements with our five largest export markets outside the EU (the US, China, Japan, Australia and the Gulf states).'

Pretty clear where he stood then.

It was also pretty clear where he stood on the same matter in December, Guido has that Tweet too.

So what caused Barry Gardiner to change his mind since then? Anything other than opportunism or what his party leaders told him to do.

An independent news organisation would be relentless in asking such questions, so don't expect much analysis on the BBC website where Brexit is to be destroyed, along with the Conservative government.

Sunday 25 February 2018

China proposes to let Xi Jinping extend presidency beyond 2023 per BBC News

Imagine that a US President, one that the BBC hated, proposed changing electoral law allowing him to continue as President. What would be the reaction of the BBC? Outrage, protest and wailing about the iniquity of rewriting the law.

However when it's the Chinese President, the reporting is dry and not unsympathetic.

'China's governing Communist Party has proposed removing a clause in the constitution which limits presidencies service to two five-year terms.

The move would allow the current President Xi Jinping to remain as leader after he is due to step down.'

To be fair I believe that the BBC would have been broadly supportive of Barack Hussein Obama extending his presidency, for as long as he wanted.

One line that caught my eye was this one:

'Party congress last year saw him cement his status as the most powerful leader since the late Mao Zedong.'

Remind me how many Chinese people were killed by Mao's regime. Was it 50  million? More? Yet the BBC make no mention of the background around Mao's rule of China. No context, no lessons from history. Odd how the BBC insert assertions that Israeli settlements are illegal into practically any piece about Israel that they can shoehorn a reference to Israeli settlements into, but mention Mao and nothing at all. Would the BBC make such a bland reference to Adolf Hitler? Of course not but when it comes to communist mass murderers the BBC seem less exercised; why?

The BBC include this explanatory section:

'What do we know about the move?'

Which includes this line:

'The proposal will go before legislators at the annual full session of the National People's Congress which starts on 5 March.'

No mention of the lack of democracy in the 'elections' to the National People's Congress. The BBC obsess over whether President Donald Trump won the US Presidential election fairly but no mention of lack of democracy in China.

It's weird how the BBC accept a lack of democracy and the expansionism of The People's Republic of China but protest most anything that the elected President Donald Trump does.

The BBC article is here

Friday 23 February 2018

Labour, Momentum and Communist Party to Hold "Cooperation" Meeting - imagine if...

Reading that Guido Fawkes piece I wondered what if it was the Conservative party, or even just part of the Conservative party, holding a cooperation meeting with the BNP or even just UKIP. The BBC

Labour, Momentum and Communist Party to Hold "Cooperation" Meeting per Guido Fawkes

I usually try to find items on the BBC to comment upon. However recently the big news has been about something that the BBC are desperate not to cover. So rather than commenting on the BBC's sins of commission I seem to be commenting upon their sins of omission.

Once again the story is about Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party's extremely unpleasant links.

Guido Fawkes, again has the news that the BBC choose to ignore. This report tells us that the Labour Party is to hold a cooperation meeting with the Communist Party of Britain:

'The Communist Party of Britain aims to "put Britain on the road to socialist revolution" by means including "extra-parliamentary struggle." The party openly praises the Soviet Union, Maoist China and other totalitarian communist regimes. 

Who needs Agent COB when you've got Labour openly working together with communists?'

The BBC won't report this news, so desperate they are to get an anti Brexit Labour Party elected as soon as possible. I honestly believe that there is nothing that Jeremy Corbyn could do or be found to have done that would ensure a seriously negative coverage on the BBC.

To put it in terms that Jeremy Corbyn would understand, the BBC have become the British version of Pravda and Izvestia combined. As the names of the main Communist newspaper and the main Soviet newspaper, Pravda and Izvestia, meant "the truth" and "the news" respectively. A popular saying was "there's no truth in Pravda and no news in Izvestia". Today there's very little truth on the BBC and only the news that the BBC want to report.

Remembering the StB per Guido Fawkes

The BBC are still towing the Labour Party line that whatever links Jeremy Corbyn may have had with the Czech authorities are of no consequence.

This piece on Guido should shame both the BBC and Jeremy Corbyn but I fear that both are beyond shaming.

'... I do not regard Jeremy Corbyn's dalliance with the London representatives of the Czechoslovak regime as a trivial Cold War curio. While he and other left-wingers were hobnobbing with the emissaries of the Soviet empire, its victims were experiencing treatment — far worse than mine — that would curdle the blood of any true campaigner for freedom and justice.

Change came to Czechoslovakia in the form of the Velvet Revolution, Corbyn openly laments that change to capitalism and freedom. When he says "change is coming", remember the fist…'

Communism has always killed its opponents, Jeremy Corbyn was on the wrong side of history - are we sure he isn't still?

Thursday 22 February 2018

Corbyn Considering Backing Remaining in Customs Union per Guido Fawkes which raises a key question

Guido has a piece about Jeremy Corbyn's possibly move towards supporting the UK remaining in the EU Customs Union. The piece ends thus:

'Tory Remainer rebels are faced with the choice of backing down or siding with Corbyn and potentially bringing down the government… '

Do you think that Ken Clarke will show more loyalty to the interests of this country or to the EU? Worryingly I think we all know the answer.

Declassified CIA Files Reveal US Spies Kept Tabs on Corbyn per Guido Fawkes

Shocking - yes. Surprising - not really.

Guido Fawkes reports that:

'Declassified CIA files reveal American spies kept tabs on Jeremy Corbyn's links to a Soviet-backed trade union that supported violent Marxist guerrillas. Guido can also reveal for the first time that in 1986 Corbyn embarked on a tour of Latin American regimes, attended a Soviet-backed conference monitored by the CIA and accepted travel assistance around Cuba from the communist military dictatorship. '

There's a lot more about this in that article but obviously nothing on the institutionally pro Labour Party BBC.

Camden stabbings: 'Stop using knives' begs grieving mother per BBC News

The BBC try to push the usual angles in this report and I really can't get out of my head the idea that London is descending into anarchy.

However noticeable is that the BBC don't report that these murders came just as the Metropolitan Police revealed the results of a week-long anti-weapons operation, Operation Sceptre, which resulted in nearly 300 arrests and 265 knives being seized. In addition six firearms and 45 other offensive weapons were also confiscated.

"Officers carried out 645 weapon sweeps across London and executed 76 intelligence-led warrants. Proactive operations to target wanted knife crime offenders were also carried out," the Met said. 

A raid at a single house in Camden resulted in the confiscation of a number of prohibited knives, a knuckle duster, multiple firearms and a crossbow.

Do you feel safe in your part of London?
Do you feel safe visiting vibrant areas of London?
I used to frequent Camden Town, haven't been there for a couple of years now. London is being ghettoised and it will only get worse. I give it five years before there are no go areas in London, similar to those in Paris as well as other French, Dutch and Swedish cities.

Israel foiled 'plane terror plot' in Australia and BBC News can't find an anti Israel angle

The BBC report this news and can't find an anti Israel angle to the story.

'Israel helped avert an alleged terror plot in Australia to bring down a plane last year, both nations have confirmed.

Last July, Australian police charged two brothers over an alleged plan to blow up an Etihad Airways flight travelling from Sydney to Abu Dhabi.

In a speech in Jerusalem on Wednesday, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu credited his nation's intelligence agencies with preventing "an unimaginable slaughter".

Authorities have said the alleged plot was linked to the Islamic State group.'

Poor BBC, having to report a news story that shows Israel in a positive light. A crack/crap team of BBC journalists must be looking for a dozen anti Israel stories to 'balance' their coverage.

Wednesday 21 February 2018

Stasi File Reveals Corbyn's Peace Group Was Infiltrated By East German Spies per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes had another piece about Jeremy Corbyn's alleged links with hard-line community states during the Cold War. Read the whole piece here and prepare to be shocked.

Here's the end of that piece:

'There are several questions for Corbyn to answer;

Was he aware that a group which he helped run had been targeted and infiltrated by the Stasi and the StB?

What information did LAP representatives "exchange" with East German officials?

Why did Labour MPs in Corbyn's group push the policies of the GDR in the House of Commons and at Labour conference?

Most of all, why was a group with which Corbyn had considerable involvement so close to spies for two hostile totalitarian regimes at the height of the Cold War?'

Questions that the BBC will never ask. I note that the BBC are still doing their best to ignore this news story, they ate desperately hoping that they can manufacture something else to obsess over.

Trump pushes for ban on gun 'bump stocks' per BBC News

Let me get this straight, the BBC's beloved Barack Hussein Obama didn't bring in gun controls in the eight years that he was President but President Donald Trump is about to. The BBC's illiberal tiny minds must be in turmoil.

Best not to mention that fact in any piece on gun control, like this one

The BBC's bias is so obvious.

Tuesday 20 February 2018

BBC Ask Corbyn If He's a Czech Spy per Guido Fawkes who misses the point

Guido Fawkes reports that the BBC have finally asked Jeremy Corbyn about the Czech spy claims:

'The BBC have finally jumped on the Agent COB story, only to blow it with a stupid question. Rather than ask something pertinent about what information he handed to a communist spy, BBC finance reporter Steph McGovern went with: "Are you a Czech spy?" He replied: "No".'

A) The claim being made isn't that Jeremy Corbyn was a spy, but rather that he met with and gave information to a Communist State spy.

B) The claim isn't about the current time but the past.

So the question shouldn't have been "Are you (now) a Czech spy?" but "Were you (then) a Czech informant ?"

Was this wording of the question a mistake by the BBC? Possibly, but more likely a deliberate ruse to allow Jeremy Corbyn to answer no and deny what wasn't the actual accusation. Once again is the BBC operating as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

Monday 19 February 2018

Corbyn Campaign Chief Dished Out Money For Russian News Agency per Guido Fawkes

The allegations about links between Jeremy 'friends in Hamas and Hezbollah' Corbyn, John 'kneecaping' McDonnell and other senior Labour Party figures keep on coming. Here's a new one from Guido Fawkes

'One of Jeremy Corbyn's top allies worked as a London correspondent for the Soviet Union's news agency during the Cold War. Unite union Chief of Staff Andrew Murray – who was seconded to Corbyn's inner circle during last year's General Election campaign – worked for the USSR's Novosti organisation between 1986-7 (the height of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament). '

But still the BBC avoid the subject.

Even Theresa May has responded to a question about the matter at a news conference.

How long can the BBC not report the story? What exposé of a right of centre figure are the BBC manufacturing so as to keep the attention well away from Comrade Corbyn?

Gaza women's TV channel blocked by Hamas per BBC News

This BBC report manages not to blame Israel at all for Hamas's actions, which makes a pleasant change.

It's strange that the BBC feel the need add to every report that mentions Israeli settlements a paragraph pointing out that they are regarded as illegal. However the BBC don't include a paragraph in this report explaining that Hamas is regarded, either in whole or in part, as a terrorist organization by several countries and international organizations, most notably by Israel, the united  States and the European Union.

The BBC is institutionally anti Israel, as The Balen Report doubtless revealed, hence why the BBC have been so desperate to keep that report secret. #ReleaseTheBalenReport

Stephen Glover asks why the BBC is ignoring Corbyn claims

This piece by Stephen Glover is worth a read, raising many points that deserve repetition including some What-iffery around how the BBC would report a news story about alleged links between Theresa May and the South Africa regime of the 1980s. The BBC's bias is clear and obvious to anyone with eyes and ears.

Here's an extract from Stephen Glover's piece:

'But it isn't the first time it has looked the other way where Corbyn is concerned. In the weeks before last June's election, it seemed deliberately to avoid reminding people of his discreditable past.

This includes asking two former IRA convicts to speak in the House of Commons a fortnight after the IRA had tried to blow up Margaret Thatcher, killing five people in the process; and, as recently as 2009, describing the Islamic terrorists of Hezbollah and Hamas as his 'friends'.

Now the BBC turns a blind eye to a truly shocking allegation – that Jeremy Corbyn consorted with this country's enemies while holding public office. It may be false. But if it is even partly true, the implications are appalling.Will we ever find out what really happened? Not if the mighty broadcaster which controls so many of our airwaves has anything to do with it.'

How can the BBC be made to report news in an impartial manner? I fear that there is no practical way of achieving this and so more serious action needs to be taken against the BBC.

Tories Demand Agent COB Faces Foreign Affairs Select Committee per Guido Fawkes

The Jeremy Corbyn Communist Informant story moves on, not that the BBC will tell you.

Guido Fawkes reports that:

'The Tories are calling for Jeremy Corbyn to be hauled before the Foreign Affairs select committee to face questions over his links to a Czech spymaster. David Morris has written to FASC chairman Tom Tugendhat asking him to bring Agent COB in for an evidence session to"allow the facts to be established and individuals to clear their name". '

Guido Fawkes has the letter. Do read it all but here's a pertinent part:

' Given that it is widely accepted the Czech intelligence service had a track record of successfully penetrating Parliament – including the recruitment of at least two senior Labour MP's – John Stonehouse and Will Owen there are strong grounds to warrant further investigation of these reports.

We are fortunate that a number of former Soviet Bloc Intelligence agencies have had their files preserved. The Stasi of the DDR have had many of their records preserved and they may also shed some light on the issue.'

As Guido says:

'The man who wants to be Prime Minister has been accused by a Czech spy of handing information to Britain's enemies – something he does not deny. At the very least we should be told what Corbyn said in his meetings with Jan Sarkocy, and allow him to answer the very pertinent questions about his judgement in being foolish enough to meet Soviet bloc "diplomats". '

Add Jeremy Corbyn's' holiday' in East Germany to the enquiry and I think this could be very interesting, especially if the Czech and East German intelligence files mention comrades Corbyn, McDonnell and Abbott.

It would be interesting to speculate at what point the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC, will report on this news story. The BBC were happy to report all sorts of wild speculation surrounding urinating Russian prostitutes and Donald Trump, as well as pretty much any claims of collusion between Donald Trump and the Russian government, yet about Jeremy Corbyn... nothing. It's almost as though the BBC want to keep the British public in ignorance about these claims.

Sunday 18 February 2018

Jeremy Corbyn and Eastern European Communist regimes, what was the attraction

Jeremy Corbyn, or at least Labour Party spokesmen, are denying that there was any collusion between Comrade Corbyn and the Communist Czech regime during the Cold War.

Monkey Brains at reminds me that Jeremy Corbyn took a motorbike holiday, with Diane Abbot, to Communist East Germany during the Cold War, quite an unusual holiday destination at the time.

Maybe an inquisitive BBC reporter might ask what attracted Jeremy Corbyn to holiday in the hard line Communist country. Why holiday in East Germany whilst the government there was imprisoning and murdering those caught fleeing to the West? What was he doing there really?

Of course the BBC functions as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party so no such questions will be asked of Jeremy Corbyn.

Will any interviewer of Jeremy Corbyn ask the questions? Or is the implied threat of retaliation by Jeremy Corbyn's "friends" too much of a deterrent?

Lucy Powell MP and hypocrite

I can't be bothered to waste my time on Lucy Powell MP and hypocrite. Biased BBC have the story here

Labour hypocrisy stinks.

Russia Dagestan shooting: Five women killed in attack on churchgoers - perpetrator won't surprise you

Even the BBC have to report that:

' "We had finished the mass and were beginning to leave the church. A bearded man ran towards the church shouting 'Allahu Akbar' (God is greatest) and killed four people," the priest said.'

I'd quibble with their translation of Allahu Akbar, I'd say the meaning is 'Our God Allah is greater than your God' but how could the worshippers of multi culturalism at the BBC ever acknowledge that?

Czech agent claims 15 Labour MPs met spies as Ken Livingstone and John McDonnell deny claims

Following the recent claims that Jeremy Corbyn had supplied information to the rather nasty Communist regime running Czechoslovakia during the Cold War, claims reported in The Sun and other newspapers but not on the BBC, today we can read in the Sunday Telegraph that the claims involve more leading (and prominent) Labour politicians:

'Ken Livingstone, John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn were part of a group of at least 15 senior Labour figures who shared information with Eastern bloc agents, it is claimed.

Jan Sarkocy, a former Czechoslovak spy, described the MPs as "great sources" to himself or his colleagues in the KGB.

The new claims come after he said on Friday that the Labour leader had shared information with the Communist Czechoslovak regime.

Speaking to The Telegraph, Mr Sarkocy claimed that:Mr Livingstone also discussed information with the Czechoslovak regime;

The future London mayor made frequent visits to the Czechoslovak embassy, where he drank whisky;

Mr McDonnell met a KGB agent on several occasions'

Bearing in mind the headlines accorded to claims that President Donald Trump's son had met with Russians, an unbiased news reporting organisation would accord similar time to reporting these claims. However since the BBC is less an independent news reporting organisation and more like the propaganda arm of the Labour Party, I expect nothing about this story at all, beyond maybe reporting Labour Party denials.

The BBC's bias becomes ever more obvious and disgusting.

For BBC News the history of Jerusalem began in 1967

This BBC report on an incident between Gaza and Israel contains one of those BBC standard paragraphs that shows their bias whilst trying not to.

'Israel regards Jerusalem as its indivisible capital. Palestinians want the east of the city, which Israel occupied in the 1967 Middle East war, to be a capital of a future state.'

Q. So who occupied Jerusalem prior to 1967? 
A.  Jordan, the country created as the state for the Arabs on the majority of the land promised to the future Jewish state.

Q. Israel has ceded control of the Temple Mount to the Islamic Waqf, it also being the third holiest site in Islam. How did Jordan treat Jewish worshippers 1948-1967?
A. They banned Jewish worship at the holiest remaining site in Judaism, the Western (Wailing) wall, used Jewish cemetery headstones for paving and turned the Jewish graveyards into toilets.

Some facts that the BBC deliberately hide by only starting the history of Jerusalem in 1967. Just how damming was the Balen Report?

Saturday 17 February 2018

Iranian wrestler Karimachiani banned for throwing match per BBC News

Antisemitism in sport:

'Wrestling's global sporting body has banned an Iranian athlete for six months for deliberately throwing a match to avoid an Israeli opponent.

Alireza Karimachiani was winning a match against his Russian opponent in November's under-23 world championships when his coach ordered him to lose.

If he had won, he would have faced an Israeli athlete in the next round.Iran does not recognise the state of Israel and bans its athletes from competing against Israelis.'

Casual antisemitism from an Iranian. I wonder what the former part time Iranian state TV presenter, Jeremy Corbyn has to say about this news. Would he also oppose contact with Israelis?

The BBC article is here

Imagine if...

Not for the first time, see many previous posts, I find myself asking 'imagine if' when reading (or rather not reading) BBC coverage of a news story.

Imagine if Theresa May was revealed to possibly have had contacts with the South African apartheid regime during the 1980s or with General Pinochet's regime. Headline news on the BBC, interviews with disgusted anti apartheid campaigners and fighters for freedom (and vicious Marxism) in South America.

However as the story, not being reported, by the BBC concerns Jeremy Corbyn and a hardliners Communist regime, there's not a word on the BBC.

As Alicia Sinclair comments on
'At the very time when Havel was in prison, not long after Jan Palach had immolated himself in Wenceslas Square? Corbyn was telling the Czech spies in this country all about who their enemies were, so they could pre-empt opposition. And the BBC don`t regard this as news?'

Isn't a political party leader possibly being guilty of crimes up to the level of treason newsworthy?

For the BBC nothing must be allowed to get in the way of the Brexit decision being reversed, President Trump being removed from office and most importantly Jeremy Corbyn leading the Labour Party to power as soon as possible.

Just as with Melita Norwood, it seems that helping/spying/informing for an enemy Communist state is not a crime so far as the BBC are concerned.

History Lessons from Years Under Islamism in Iran

'Iranians did not just submit to these new laws; they rose up in protest. This uprising was met with torture, rape, and death. With the regime eager to wipe any who dared to resist, the people had no choice but to surrender. Everyone's daily activities were now under the scrutiny of the Islamists.

Many will still think it is impossible for something like this to happen in their country. What they fail to understand is that Iran is an example of exactly how successful this meticulous grab for power can be. Islamists in other countries including the West are pursuing the same techniques on the path to seizing power. It is a quiet, and subtle process, until the moment you wake up with no rights, a culture of fear, and no promise that you will live in freedom or even to see the next day.'

Plenty more about Iran here to read.

Whilst reading the whole article, one could ponder why Jeremy Corbyn gets a free pass for previously appearing on, and even being a part time presenter on, Iran's Press TV. The sainted Jeremy Corbyn appearing on, and therefore tacitly supporting, the state TV station of a state that murders its citizens, is homophobic and anti democratic. Is that excused because Iran is also implacably anti Israel and anti the USA? These lefty types really are quite vile.

A serious, unbiased, news organisation would ask questions about the suitability for power for such a person who appears on Iranian television, calls Islamist terrorist organisations 'friends', consorted with the IRA, allegedly was an informant for the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia during the Cold War, supports the vicious regimes in Cuba and Venezuela. However the BBC is so biased in its support for the Labour Party that it will ignore such questions, preferring to attack Trump and Brexit.

The BBC is a clear and present danger to the interests of the United Kingdom, it has to be tackled.

Jeremy Corbyn urged to come clean over 'links to Soviet bloc spy agencies' as MI6 chief raps 'naive' Labour leader per The Sun

The Sun reports more on the Jeremy Corbyn links to at least one Communist regime during the Cold War.

'... Sir Richard [Dearlove], who lead MI6 from 1999-2004, was also the Secret Intelligence Service's head of station in Prague in the 1970s.The ex-spymaster added: "These are genuine documents which shows he was targeted and the case was advanced, at a time when a very unpleasant Czech regime was persecuting dissidents. They were the enemies of the West."They wouldn't have targeted him unless they believed he was a Communist fellow traveller."'

That phrase 'Communist Fellow Traveller' is rather apt and could be applied to several more of the people currently leading the British Labour Party.

The BBC are still doing their best to ignore this highly relevant news story. Are the trying to hide negative news about the leader of their favourite political party? How many people in the BBC were also Communist fellow travellers in the 1970s and 1980s? How many still are today?

The BBC cess pit of bias needs to be cleaned up. The views that the BBC push are antithetical to the interests of the United Kingdom.

Russia-Trump inquiry: Russian foreign minister dismisses FBI charges per BBC News

The BBC excitedly report on the latest developments in the Russia - Trump affair. The mood music is that Trump and the Russians were linked. However read on just past the point where lead line readers have stopped reading and you find this:

'Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said there was no allegation that any American was "a knowing participant in this illegal activity" nor was it alleged that the meddling altered the election outcome.'

Best not repeat that line too often BBC, you wouldn't want the mood music to go off-key.

Agent COB Was 'Paid Informant' Alleges Czech Spy per Guido Fawkes

Was Jeremy Corbyn really a 'Paid Informant' for the Czech Communist Regime?

'Agent COB was a paid informant of the Czechoslovak secret police according to the agent who claims to have been his handler. Czech TV channel CT24 is reporting:

The head of British Labour Jeremy Corbyn consciously collaborated with the STB and took the money for it, former member of the STB Jan Sarkocy, who Corbyn met, told told ČTK. '

Still not a word about these claims on the institutionally pro Labour Party BBC.

More here

Friday 16 February 2018

"Guam will Capsize and Tip Over into the ocean Hank Johnson"

Is this gentleman a relative of Dianne Abbot? He's got a similar level of grasp on reality to Ms Abbot.

Jeremy Corbyn's choice of interviewers per Guido Fawkes

'Jeremy Corbyn has taken part in an event for the Show Racism the Red Card charity, giving an interview to Corbynista YouTube star David Vujanic for the Guardian website yesterday.

Jezza and Vujanic got on famously, bumping fists and discussing, among other things, why fighting racism is so important and how there should be "zero tolerance" to those guilty of racist abuse. Labour did vet the Twitter feed of Corbyn's new pal, didn't they? '

Guido Fawkes has the offending Tweets

Imagine a senior Conservative politican being tame interviewed by a seemingly racist, the BBC would be up in arms. But when it's Saint Jeremy and someone who, hopefully, jokes about Jews and blacks, then not a word from the institutionally pro Labour Party BBC.

Thursday 15 February 2018

PC ideology explained

'...  you can't win with PC ideology.

A man with a bushy beard waving a machete about "self identifies" as a woman – you MUSt believe (add the appropriate, agreed personal pronoun) or commit a transphobic hate crime

A man with a bushy beard waving a machete about "self identifies" as a muslim (Allahü akhbar) – you MUSt disbelief him (no PC problem with "him", I think) or commit an islamophobic hate crime – no believer in the Religion of Peace could by definition exhibit threatening behaviour.'

Nicely explained by ID on February 14, 2018 at 6:11 pm at

'Agent COB' (Jeremy Corbyn) Doesn't Deny Passing Information to Commie Spies per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes has a fine update to The Sun's piece on Jeremy Corbyn and the Czech 'diplomat'.

'Worth reading closely the legalistic wording of this statement provided to the Sun by "Agent COB":

"The claim that he was an agent, asset or informer for any intelligence agency is entirely false and a ridiculous smear.

Like other MPs, Jeremy has met diplomats from many countries. In the 1980s he met a Czech diplomat, who did not go by the name of Jan Dymic, for a cup of tea in the House of Commons. Jeremy neither had nor offered any privileged information to this or any other diplomat."

Jezza says he "neither had nor offered" any"privileged information" to the Czech spy. That is denying something different. The Czech secret police files claim Corbyn gave them a newspaper article about MI5 and discussed his take on British security measures, neither of which would count as "privileged". There is no denial from Corbyn that he passed information to Britain's enemies at the height of the Cold War. 

What did he talk to them about? Was he really naive enough to believe this was just a "diplomat"? Many questions to answer…'

Many questions for Jeremy Corbyn to answer indeed but don't expect the institutionally pro Labour Party BBC to ask them. Rather disgustingly, despite the millions of deaths carried out in the name of socialism/communism/Marxism, the BBC, like comrades Corbyn, McDonnell, Abbott etc. still carry a torch for this vile murderous philosophy.

'Jeremy Corbyn met a Communist spy during the Cold War and 'briefed' evil regime of clampdown by British intelligence'

The Sun's revelations about Jeremy Corbyn meeting a Communist spy during the Cold War is not that surprising to me, Corbyn is obviously 'a wrong' un' and has been on the wrong side of most political and moral matters.

This news will obviously not be reported on the institutionally pro Labour Party BBC.

One part of the Sun report is especially damming:

'"At the time dissidents were under attack and being imprisoned in Czechoslovakia. In the struggle between the dissidents who were trying to overthrow the communist government and the Czech government, Corbyn is working on the side of the Czech government.

"The Czechs were interested in anti-communists and they are using Corbyn for immediate operational information useful to them.

"Czechoslovakia, then a puppet state of the Soviet Union, relied on a secret police force known as the Statni Bezpecnost or StB.

Mr Corbyn was allegedly sought out because they believed he was well informed about "persons who are in contact with the anti-communist agencies" — potentially other politicians understood to be working for MI5 and MI6.'

Isn't there a word for someone who betrays agents working for his nation to that of an enemy state? That the BBC won't report this news speaks volumes for their bias and the need to classify the BBC as a clear and present danger to the interests of the United Kingdom.

Wednesday 14 February 2018

Condemnation of Israel isn't necessarily anti Semitic, however...

"Criticism of Israeli government policy is not in and out itself necessarily antisemitic. But what else can we call criticism that selectively condemns only the Jewish state and effectively denies its right to exist, to defend itself while systematically ignoring or excusing the violence and oppression all around it?"

Wise words from Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in January 2014. I wonder what Jeremy 'friends' with Hamas and Hezbollah Corbyn would say to that.

Quote sourced from here

Imagine if...

Imagine the furore on the BBC and the other left wing news outlets if a Republican had been found to be in contact with leaders of the Klu Klux Klan. How long would he be allowed to last in his job?

However when it's senior Democratic Party figure linked, again, with the anti Semitic and (at least previously) separist Nation of Islam, not a word.

The Daily Caller has the story:

'Democratic Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison, the deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee, has attended multiple meetings with Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan while in Congress, The Daily Caller has learned.'

Tuesday 13 February 2018

BBC deliberately jumbles cause and effect, also amplifying disinformation in Iran drone story

The recent story of the Israeli shooting down of an Iranian drone and the subsequent events is yet another example of biased BBC reporting. Newswatch have an excellent report on this story  Here is a short extract:

'As we see the BBC's reporting on this story focused primarily on the loss of an Israeli jet rather than on what caused that event – also the story's main issue – the attempt by Iran to infiltrate Israel. Not only did the BBC choose to amplify Iranian and Syrian disinformation on the story but it also implied to audiences that there is room for doubt regarding the veracity of official Israeli accounts.'

I would expect no better from the institutionally anti Israel BBC, what did the Balen Report reveal that was so bad that the BBC won't reveal its contents?

Bbcwatch also add something that had previously escaped me:

'... (BBC) failing to clarify that Iran's transfer of weapons to Hizballah in Lebanon breaches UN Security Council resolution 1701.'

The BBC is quick, even eager, to report Israel breaking UN resolutions but less so when it's Iran breaking the resolutions. The BBC's hatred for Israel, love for the word revolution (even when it's an Islamic revolution, and it's desire to avoid being negative about Islam means that this sort of biased reporting is to be expected. The BBC is a clear and present danger to Israel, the UK and civilisation.

Is the BBC biased?: The Curious Case of the Missing Front Page

This post about BBC bias by not reporting is a pretty cut and dried item.

'It's certainly true that Neil's tweets - 19 of them - feature every other front page (plus many a back page) and that only the Mail on Sunday's front page about Brendan Cox is missing. For some reason.'

However I'm sure that the BBC would have a better explanation than we don't report negatively on our heroes unless there is really no alternative.

Saturday 10 February 2018

John McDonnell: Labour public ownership plan will cost nothing per BBC News

The BBC report on the latest pronouncements of the Labour Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, John 'kneecaping' McDonnell.

I found this statement interesting:
"We'll move away from the failed privatisation model of the past, developing new democratic forms of ownership, joining other countries, regions and cities across the world in taking control of our essential services."

Which regions and cities is John McDonnell referring to? Venezuela? Cuba?

Syria war: Israeli fighter jet crashes under Syria fire, military says per BBC News

This BBC report ends with this:

'Iran - together with Russia - is a key supporter of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whose troops have been fighting rebel groups since 2011.

Last November, a Western intelligence source told the BBC that Tehran was establishing a permanent military base inside Syria.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that "Israel will not let that happen".

Iran has faced accusations that it is seeking to establish not just an arc of influence but a logistical land supply line from Iran through to the Shia Hezbollah movement in Lebanon.'

Hezbollah? Has anybody asked Jeremy Corbyn what he thinks of his friends in Hezbollah receiving money and weapons from his former paymasters in Iran?

Friday 9 February 2018

Sometimes men deserve to be paid more per Rod Liddle in The Spectator

This Spectator article is a must read, as those by Rod Liddle generally are. It ends with a long anecdote:

'I say Today was an entirely women-only zone, but it wasn't quite. At the end of the show they read out the names of the programme editors and studio producer — and there was a bloke's name there.

As a former boss of the show, I had a guess at why this would be. When I was there the staff were pretty much split 50-50 between men and women, perhaps with a slight female bias. And women were represented equally throughout each of the BBC's ludicrous grading system on the programme.

But in my time, the male producers earned considerably more than the female producers. Why was this? Institutionalised sexism and unfairness on the part of me, the editor? No. The staff onToday work three kinds of shifts. A tiny minority work a congenial nine-to-five shift on a planning desk. But the rest of the producers do either an 11-hour day or a 13-hour night. Those night shifts are a killer, literally and metaphorically. Working through the night is seriously injurious to health and can be catastrophic for family life — and so the extra money paid to the people who did these horrible shifts seems to me entirely just.

Now, both sexes were meant to do the night shift —after all, you can't put a decent edition ofToday out without a team working overnight. But during my time, more and more women presented compelling (to the BBC) reasons for why they couldn't work overnight — mostly, but by no means exclusively, because of child care. And so they were made exempt. One after another came to me and said: 'I'm pregnant, can't do nights, sorry.' Or, 'I've got kids — can't do nights'. Or even simply — 'The doctor says I can't do nights'.

The Today hand-over meeting between the two teams was at eight o'clock in the evening. And I would watch as the largely female day team greeted the sallow, red-eyed, zombified young men turning up for their third of three consecutive night shifts. I ought to add that some women were happy to do nights, but far fewer. So that's why men, back in 2003, earned more money than women: they did the same job, but at a different, much less congenial, time.

And so after three hours of women-only interviews on theToday programme last Tuesday morning, perhaps the most revelatory and informative nugget of information came right at the end, just before the pips: they had a bloke working overnight, because that's what blokes do. And very few people will have picked it up.

A great shame, really, because it is just one — among a million — examples as to why the gender pay gap is a myth, a fabrication. There is an earnings gap between men and women, but not a pay gap. Do the same job as men and you will be paid the same amount of money.'

More inconvenient facts that the social justice warriors and feminists/midandrists at the BBC will ignore.

Thursday 8 February 2018

The Battle for Andrew McCabe's Text Messages

Judicial Watch aren't letting go of this matter. Not that you'd know from the paltry BBC coverage of this story.

BBC One - Question Time, 2018, 08/02/2018 - Another Remain majority panel

This week's panel consists of one Brexiteer, Richard Tice: 'leave means leave'

And then there's:
Emily Thornberry: 'Brexiteers have voted to steal neighbours jobs'

Claire Perry: Brexiteers are 'Swivel eyed'

Rachel Sylvester: 'Selfish Brexiteers' 

Terry Christian: 'I don't think the Brexit/Leave types have any idea how much and how deeply they've fucked us all up - a 36% idiots set us back 50 years''

That's 4 Remainers to 1 Brexiteer on tonight's panel, is that balanced?  I suppose for the BBC, who also have David Dimbleby there to ensure Brexit is rubbished as much as possible, it is. Just what would give pleasure to the institutionally pro EU BBC.

Bank of England hints at earlier and larger rate rises and BBC News feel secure in reporting one aspect

One line in this BBC report caught my eye:

'Growth is modest by historic standards and the UK has gone from the fastest growing economy among the G7 largest global economies to the slowest.'

Oddly I don't recall the BBC making much of the UK having the fastest growing economy in the G7 at the time. But now it's the slowest, that is worth reporting.

BBC bias is ever present.

Wednesday 7 February 2018

An anniversary that won't feature on the BBC news today

Today is the 27th anniversary of the Provisional IRA firing mortars at Downing Street in an attempt to kill the Prime Minister and members of the British War cabinet sitting at the time. This attempt seems to have all but disappeared from the collective British memory.

Maybe Theresa May could have asked Jeremy Corbyn for his thoughts on the actions of the Provos on that day. I wonder if he could have managed to condemn their actions without also condemning the actions of the British state?

"Judicial Watch Uncovers ANOTHER Trump Dossier Compiled by Obama State Department"

There's another Trump dossier? How many are there?

The Grassley Graham Memo Unredacted

News you won't hear reported by the viciously anti President Donald Trump BBC.

If this was a story about senior elements of a Republican administration spying on a Democratic Party candidate then this would be headline news. However as it's the other way around, tumbleweed.

Leaked EU document shows Brexit 'punishment plan'

Sky News report thus:

'According to a threat contained in a leaked Brussels document, the EU wants the power to restrict the UK's access to the single market during the transition period.Brussels would do so if it feels it would take too long to launch legal action to settle a dispute.

The five-page document is a draft treaty circulated in advance of EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier's whistle-stop tour of all the 27 remaining EU countries.

But Mr Rees-Mogg, speaking on the eve of the first of two crucial meetings of the so-called 'Brexit war cabinet' of senior ministers, told Sky News: "It's not something we could accept."

And Brexit campaigners claimed that if the EU refused to back down on its latest threat, then Brexit Secretary David Davis should walk away from negotiations and insist on a "no-deal" Brexit.

Even pro-Remain MPs hit out at the proposal, with leading Labour MP Chuka Umunna claiming a transition period was beginning to look "less like building a bridge and more like being made to walk the plank".'

I can't find any report about this on the BBC but that's not terribly surprising for the institutionally pro EU BBC.

That Jeremy Corbyn Shares a Platform With someone accused of anti semitism is no shock, it's this comment from ex shadow minister Williamson that should act as a warning to everyone

"... the important thing is not just to get into power, but to sustain power once we get there."

Be under no illusion, the next general election will be the last democratic one should the sundry Marxists currently leading the Labour Party win it.

Guido Fawkes report here

Tuesday 6 February 2018

There's a second memo! Will the Graham Grassley memo will get zero coverage on the BBC?

A second memo! Will the Graham Grassley memo get any attention from the totally anti President Donald Trump BBC?

Families of IRA Hyde Park bombing victims granted legal aid per BBC News who manage not to mention the words Labour or Blair

This BBC report on some IRA bombing victims getting legal aid to pursue a claim against a suspected IRA bomber manages not to mention the colour of the government that gave immunity to the on the runs, nor to mention the name of the Prime Minister. The closest that the BBC report gets is this mealy-mouthed comment:

'This scheme was agreed with the UK government but not disclosed to the public.'

That's the joy of reading the BBC news pages, bias is in report after report.

The BBC report is here

London shares hit lowest level since 2016 but BBC News report fairly

Last night I assumed that the BBC would report on the stock market reversals by blaming Trump and Brexit, and by spreading alarm. In fact this morning, the lead BBC report is pretty fair and responsible.

'European markets have followed Asian markets lower on Tuesday as investors continue to dump stocks following the biggest US market fall for six years.

London, Frankfurt and Paris all fell sharply when they opened on Tuesday with losses of up to 3%.

In the US overnight the Dow lost 4.6%.

Japan's Nikkei 225 closed down 4.7%.

The falls follow some good years for investors. In 2017 the Dow was up 25%, helped by a resurgent economy and strong corporate profits.

London's FTSE stood down 2.46%, or 180 points, at 7,154.57.

This global sell-off began last week after a solid US jobs report fuelled expectations that the economy's strength was such the Federal Reserve would need to raise interest rates faster than expected.

Jane Sydenham, investment director at the stockbrokers Rathbones, told the BBC the falls did not appear to herald a serious change of sentiment:

"It is always a bit too early to tell, but I think these recent market falls are in the nature of a correction.

"What we have to remember is stock markets have had a very smooth ride upwards and we've not had a fall of more than 3% for 15 months. There's been a real lack of volatility, which is very unusual."

She added that bear markets tend to happen ahead of a recession and at the moment growth forecasts were being upgraded.'

Reasonable reporting from the BBC, must be almost unique, read more here

Monday 5 February 2018

Dow Jones hit by worst fall since 2008 - BBC News trying to work out how to blame Trump and Brexit

Jack Buckby: Votes at 16? Maybe we should INCREASE the voting age instead

Some interesting thoughts on electoral reform, including a reference to that Neather admission that the BBC try so hard not to mention.

Will the BBC take action?

The ever wonderful Craig at isthebbcbiased has another spot

This tweet quoted there raises a pertinent question:

'@BBCRadioLondon need to take positive action in relation to this act of hatred. To fail to do so would be an endorsement. He surely has some responsibility to uphold the values of the BBC.'

BBC values? Hatred of old Etonian toffs is a BBC value.

Sunday 4 February 2018

"Students Hate Trump's SOTU Quotes...except they're Obama quotes

It's fascinating how some people's prejudices make them so sure that President Donald Trump is just wrong, wrong, wrong.

"Rosenstein Threatened Nuns..."

The FISA warrant story is developing at a rate. Obviously you can't rely on the President Donald Trump hating BBC, so Bill Still might be worth following.

David Cameron assured us that a second referendum was not on the ballot paper and that there would no second referendum on EU membership

David Cameron assured us that a second referendum was not on the ballot paper and that there would no second referendum on EU membership. Theresa May was sitting next to David Cameron when he made that statement, does she remember that? Oddly the institutionally pro EU BBC don't seem to want to remind the British people of this promise by our then Prime Minister, witnessed by our now Prime Minister.

Gerry Adams endorses Jeremy Corbyn for Prime Minister

In a sane world an endorsement by Jeremy Corbyn would be the kiss of death for a British politican.

Unfortunately the world has gone mad and Jeremy '"friends"' with Hamas and Hezbollah' Corbyn will receive the endorsement of the vile Gerry Adams and not be tarnished by it. Imagine the fuss if a Conservative leader was endorsed by the former leader of a right-wing, racist party which was linked to a terrorist group. Now experience the lack of fuss by the BBC over Gerry Adams' endorsement of Jeremy Corbyn. Might this be because the BBC is institutionally pro the Labour Party? Might it also be because the BBC is generally pro a united Ireland, has a soft spot for the IRA (maybe because,  not despite, they tried to kill Mrs Thatcher) and because they do love that terrorist chic.

Guido Fawkes has the video of the endorsement on the Andrew Marr show here

Saturday 3 February 2018

The BBC ignore an attack that might embarrass their precious Labour Party allies

Guido Fawkes has two articles currently about a verbal attack, that turned into a scuffle, on Jacob Rees-Mogg at a speaking engagement. At least one of the perpetrators has been identified as a Momentum Corbynista:

'Likes include Jeremy Corbyn, Bristol Momentum Youth, Bristol Labour Party and Filton and Bradley Stoke Constituency Labour Party. Posts include a picture of a pie with the word "corbz" baked into the crust. Another picture shows Ken Loach addressing a Bristol Momentum event. Other pics show a copy of Mao's Little Red Book being received as birthday present and hammer and sickle with the slogan "eat the rich."'

The BBC won't cover this story. Because, first, it's something that might put their beloved Labour Party in a bad light. Second, because it was an attack on a 'pale, male and stale' Old Etonian.

The BBC disgust me, not for the first time.

Trump Russia: Democrats say firing special counsel could cause crisis per BBC News

The latest BBC report on 'the memo' is still trying to put the Democrat Party line but reality is finally rudely raising its head:

'What is in the memo?

It focuses on the court-approved wiretapping of Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign who was put under electronic surveillance by the FBI.

But the memo accuses the FBI and the justice department of using unsubstantiated evidence to obtain the October 2016 warrant.

It says that they did not tell the authorities their claim to the warrant was partially based on a dossier funded in part by the rival campaign of Hillary Clinton.

It also says that the author of that dossier, a former British intelligence agent called Christopher Steele, told a senior justice department official that he was "desperate" that Donald Trump not win the vote.'

Facts at last, was that so painful BBC?

Friday 2 February 2018

Corbyn on Iran – Crooked Talking, Dishonest Politics per Harry's Place

Jeremy Corbyn gets away with a lot; a mainly left wing, often Labour Party supporting, media lets Jeremy Corbyn get away with half-truths and downright lies. Thankfully the free media does fact check Jeremy Corbyn's claims.

Here's Harry's Place

'Turning back to today's broadcast, Mr Marr asked you about Press TV too. This is what you said:
I ceased to do any programmes when they treated the Green movement the way that they did. And I also on all of those occasions made my voice very clear about human rights abuses.

The Green movement was brutally supressed in 2009. You appeared on Press TV up to 2012. Ever so happy to help, once again.

You have also claimed before, as you did today, that you raised Iranian human rights issues on Press TV. Is there any evidence? None has been seen and many of us have been waiting for some time now. Do give us a hand here, please.

Oh, in addition, Press TV was well-known as a purveyor of Holocaust denial poison way back in 2008.'

There's plenty of evidence to prove Jeremy Corbyn to be a purveyor of at best half-truths, so why do the likes of Andrew 'Red Andy' Marr let him get away with misleading the British public? Why don't the BBC chiefs who are so interested in being impartial bring their reporters and interviewers to heel?

But what have the Jews ever done for us?

'Despite comprising only 0.25% of the world pop. 23% of all winners since 1901, or about 180 Jews have been so honored'

Some lesser known examples here

Is the BBC biased?: Jeremy Bowen is biased

It's hard to disagree with the detailed analysis by Craig at even more so than usual in this piece on Jeremy Bowen's recent piece.

Read it all here not that the institutionally anti Israel BBC will care about facts.

Labour’s antisemitism is worse than it looks per Philip Collins in Comment in The Times

A must read article here's an extract:

'The Labour Party is led, indeed, by a man who only ever talked to one side, who called himself a friend of Hamas, a body which seeks the destruction of the Jewish state; a man who happily took money from Press TV, a channel owned and controlled by the Iranian government which denies the truth of the Holocaust. The home affairs select committee concluded that institutional antisemitism thrived in the Labour Party. Mr Corbyn did commission a report into the issue but it proved to be a lot better at getting Shami Chakrabarti into the Labour Party than getting antisemites out.'

How any Jew can vote for the Jeremy Corbyn lead Labour Party is beyond me.

BBC News Kicks Israel in the Face per HonestReporting

Just for a change the institutionally anti Israel BBC show anti Israel bias.

The excellent Honest Reporting have the story here

Is it time to rein in the BBC? Per Comment Central

Is it time to rein in the BBC? Well obviously yes but here's a bit more detail:

'For make no mistake, the BBC is determined to do all it can to undermine the Trump presidency in just the same way it is attempting to sabotage the Brexit vote. While a toothless political class looks limply on, the national broadcaster grows ever more audacious, emboldened by lack of regulation and timorous politicians the BBC is an organisation now out of control.'

There's plenty more here at Comment Central and loads of BBC bias all over the BBC.

Thursday 1 February 2018

White House 'to release' secret memo on FBI and the BBC News are not happy

Read this BBC report on the 'secret memo' and feel the panic. The BBC did their best to not report on the memo, but then it became impossible to ignore. So the BBC concentrated on rubbishing the report and casting as much doubt as possible upon it.

If the memo is made public I'll be interested how the BBC continue to report the attacks on the memo rather than what the memo says.

I'd pity the BBC were they not such biased scum.