Monday, 23 October 2017

Hamas Praises Corbyn for Boycotting Balfour Dinner per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes reports

'Terror group Hamas has welcomed Jeremy Corbyn's decision to boycott a dinner commemorating the centenary of the Balfour Declaration. Jez was criticised by the Jewish Leadership Council on Saturday after declining an invitation to a dinner celebrating the British government's support for a Jewish state. A tweet backing Corbyn's decision was then sent from the official Hamas English account.'

Jeremy Corbyn is seemingly in step with a terrorist group, what a shock.

T-Charge: New London traffic charge comes into force - The war on the London motorist steps up

Mayor Sadiq Khan's £10 T-Charge, which mainly applies to diesel and petrol vehicles registered before 2006, has come into force.

It covers the same area as the existing congestion charge zone, bumping up the cost to £21.50 for those affected.

Opponents said the scheme would "disproportionately penalise London's poorest drivers".

London drivers to be milked again but hey that's what we're here for.

Saturday, 21 October 2017

Man arrested after knife attack in Munich per BBC News

'German police have arrested a man in Munich after four people were lightly injured by a knife attacker.'

More here


"5 Reasons You Should Be AFRAID Of The EU"

Some dangerous people trying to rule us.

Mugabe named as goodwill ambassador by WHO

The insanity continues...

'A goodwill ambassador may be a largely symbolic role, but the symbolism of giving it to a man whose leadership of Zimbabwe has, critics say, coincided with a collapse of its health service, and major human rights abuses, will be very unpopular.'

The election of tyrants, dictators and generally evil people and countries to positions within the United Nations and similar supranational bodies is disgusting.

Those countries who pay for this insanity should withdraw from these organisations immediately.

Friday, 20 October 2017

MP Clive Lewis sorry for 'unacceptable language' after video per BBC News

The BBC finally report on Clive Lewis's shameful remarks but only once they've got Clive Lewis's response.

'A Labour MP has apologised for using "offensive and unacceptable" language at an event last month.' we are told here with the clear subtext that that's the end of the matter, nothing to worry about, let's draw a veil over the matter.

Now imagine that this had been a Conservative MP rather than a Labour MP, would an apology be enough to quell the outrage? I think not, the BBC would scent blood and would go for the Conservative MP's jugular.

Luckily for Clive Lewis, he's a Labour MP, a black Labour MP indeed and thus will be protected by the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC.

It seems that Clive Lewis has form in this area, this from the BBC in April 2015:

'An election candidate has apologised for joking that he "could be caught with my pants down behind a goat with Ed Miliband at the other end".

Labour's Clive Lewis, who is standing in Norwich South, made the comment in an interview with the New Statesman.'

Now it's personal!

When a piece of economic news is worth a place on the BBC's news front page and when it isn't

Last month this BBC piece about a fall in UK retail sales was deemed worthy of a place on the BBC news front page.

Today a piece about UK government borrowing being at its lowest for 10 years is not deemed newsworthy enough for that and so one has to go to the business home page in order to find it.

Bad economic news under a Conservative government = Front page news.
Good economic news under a Conservative government = Not front page news.

It's hard to see why this is the case, other than becasue the BBC is little better than the Labour Party's propaganda arm and is institutionally biased against the Conservative party.

A look at the comments to this piece shows that I am not alone in spotting this discrepancy in coverage:

243. Posted by MineCraft99

on 17 minutes ago
The fact that the BBC deliberately choses to hide this article away from front page or even UK page reaffirms my position that the BBC is biased trash! 

241. Posted by G from Preston

on 28 minutes ago
Comrade Corbyn won't like that!

Which explains why it is buried in 'The Business Section' 

240. Posted by Horsetowater

on 33 minutes ago
We all have to understand that space on the BBC front page is limited and has to make way for far more important journalism like:

“BBC sorry for gay conversion tweet”

“Solange tells “magazine don’t touch my hair””

“Oxbridge even posher than we thought” 

238. Posted by RedyStedy

on 39 minutes ago
BBC, why is this NEWS item tucked away in the business section but a statement (not news worthy) from a fraudulent failed left-wing politician takes pride of place on the news home screen, It that what you call balanced reporting? 

215. Posted by Templar

on 2 hours ago
2. Posted by kevin51 on
4 hours ago
Why isn't this headline news for the bbc.

Mowe to the point I wonder how long it will be before the BBC pull this HYS 

When sexist and abusive language is an issue and when it's not

Imagine that a Conservative MP and possible future Conservative party leader was shown on video to say "Get on your knees bitch". How much outrage from the left-wing commentariat would there be? How much airspace would the BBC give to this outrage? How often would the calls for this Conservative politician to quit be repeated? How many times would the BBC give time to left-wing thinkers to explain how the Conservatives were still the nasty party and irredeemably sexist?

By way of contrast have the BBC even reported that 'a video has emerged of Clive Lewis on stage at a Momentum event telling an audience member "Get on your knees, b*tch".'

More, including the video, at Guido Fawkes but still not a word on the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC.

"FBI found Russian bribery plot in U.S. nuclear industry in 2009!"

The Russians, there was collusion between Trump and the Russians, indict Trump! Based on next to no evidence it would seem, but still the mainstream media push the line.

But when there is evidence of collusion between Hillary Clinton and the Russians, not a word on the mainstream media. Odd that!

Thursday, 19 October 2017

The BBC are often guilty of bias by omission

"The omission is the most powerful form of lie, and it is the duty of the historian to ensure that those lies do not creep into the history books." – George Orwell

In Australia, faulty BoM temperature sensors contribute to “hottest year ever” per Watts Up With That?

A fascinating article at WUWT do read the whole piece, here's the end of that article:

'While it may be the expectation of the Australian community that temperatures would be measured consistent with some standard, clearly this is not the case. The only real question now, is whether the Bureau is such a big and important Australian institution that, like Harvey Weinstein, it's transgressions are best ignored – at least for the moment, not under the current Minister's watch, what? I had my eyes closed.'

Thanks to Jennifer Marohasy who is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs and blogs at

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Met Say Charging Shoplifters, Vandals 'Not Practical' as Arrests for 'Offensive' Comments Rise 53 Per Cent

'London's Metropolitan Police Force has said it will give up on investigating many instances of "low-level" crime such as shoplifting and vandalism, saying it is "not practical" to fight them in a time of cutbacks.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Mark Simmons claimed that giving up on investigating many offences was necessary so police constables' efforts could be "focused on serious crime and cases where there is a realistic chance that we will be able to solve it."

The move has raised eyebrows among members of the public, considering recent reports that the Met detained 867 out of the 3,395 people known to have been arrested for "offensive" online comments under the Malicious Communications Act in 2016 — an increase of 53 per cent for the force area since 2014.'

More here

More bizarre police priorities all over the UK.

Is the BBC biased?: Norman Smith, sadly

The always excellent has a great spot relating to another impeccably unbiased BBC 'journalist', thus time the BBC's assistant political editor Norman Smith. has the transcript of Norman Smith 'letting slip a word he ought not to have let slip'.

It's odd how whenever a BBC 'journalist' lets slip a word or phrase that indicates bias, it's always bias in one direction. Most odd, but rest assured that the BBC is completely unbiased.

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

London's New Mega Mosque - one rule for Jews, another for Muslims

'A new Shia Muslim mega mosque and Islamic center – measuring over 3,500 square meters and with room for 3,000 people -- has opened in Golders Green, one of only two largely Jewish areas in London. The Shia Muslim religious center, Hussainiyat Al-Rasool Al-Adham, owns the mosque.

... After the BBC left the building in 2005, a Jewish group wanted to convert the building into a place of worship but was rejected, because the planning applications stipulated that the building should be used for entertainment.

In March 2007, it was purchased by an evangelical Christian center. After the church center closed, the Hussainiyat Al-Rasool Al-Adham center acquired it.

Because the building is a so-called grade II building, special permission is needed to change the purpose of the building. The Hussainiyat Al-Rasool Al-Adham has applied to the local city council for permission to use the building as a 'place of worship'. The application is still pending-- and worship there is therefore, strictly speaking, illegal -- but the mosque is operating nevertheless. It apparently officially opened on September 8, and has been in frequent use since, as is evident from the many photos shared on the Hussainiyat Al-Rasool Al-Adham Facebook page.'

More here but obviously not on the institutionally pro Islam BBC.

An Islamic centre and Mosque right in the heart of one of the three Jewish areas of London, what could possibly go wrong?

How to Stop Brexit

'Extricating Britain from Europe will be the greatest challenge this country has faced since the Second World War – or its greatest crisis.

But in Nick Clegg's view there is nothing remotely inevitable about Brexit – except that it will be deeply damaging if it happens. But can we stop it? How can it be done? Haven't the people spoken?

Nick Clegg argues that our democratic mandate is not trounced by the referendum. We are free to reconsider. Calmly and rationally, he will explain precisely how this historic mistake can be reversed – and what you can do to make sure that it is.'

All the above in conversation with the BBC's Emily Maitlis. I wonder if she'd also be willing to host a how to keep Brexit on track conversation with Nigel Farage?

More here

More pro Remain propaganda all over the BBC.

Boundary changes: Latest plans for Commons seats published per BBC News

It's fascinating how the BBC manage to report on the proposed Parliamentary seat boundary changes without mentoring that the current constituency boundaries give an unfair advantage to the Labour Party of around 30 seats.

I suppose that an organisation that too often acts as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party wouldn't mention such inconvenient facts.

Sunday, 15 October 2017

Austria holds watershed election marked by migrant crisis per BBC News

This BBC report includes this caption description and opening to the article:

'Sebastian Kurz has taken the conservatives further to the right

Austrians are voting in a general election in which the frontrunner, conservative People's Party (ÖVP) leader Sebastian Kurz, is just 31.'

Remind me have the BBC ever described Jeremy Corbyn as having 'taken the Labour Party further to the left'. I think not and I think we all know why. For the BBC the right is bad and the left is good. The BBC is not an independent unbiased news reporting organisation, too often it acts instead as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

Saturday, 14 October 2017

"FBI Finds Tarmac Meeting Docs..."

But not a word on the pro Hillary Clinton mainstream media.

Maajid Nawaz and the 'what about the Jews' callers

I've just listened to the last twenty minutes or so of Maajid Nawaz's LBC  programme this afternoon. Quite revealing the calls from Muslims whose reaction to the banning of sex segregation in schools was "what about the Jews".

I'd say I was shocked but I've heard this sort of talk before. When Islam is criticised then some Muslims have an automatic "what about the Jews" reaction. The hatred that some Muslims have for Jews is visceral and obsessive.

"How many times Muslims invaded Europe vs. Europeans invaded Muslim countries?"

Is history repeating itself?

I've posted the full version of this video before but this information is worth repeating.

Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season per BBC News

The BBC report that 'Penguins die in 'catastrophic' Antarctic breeding season'

Global warming? Not cold enough? Not enough ice?

'All but two Adelie penguin chicks have starved to death in their east Antarctic colony, in a breeding season described as "catastrophic" by experts.'

Global warming? Not cold enough? Not enough ice?

'It was caused by unusually high amounts of ice late in the season, meaning adults had to travel further for food.'

Too much ice! How inconvenient for the BBC climate change brainwashing.

Thursday, 12 October 2017

74% Say No Deal is Better Than A Bad Deal per Sky and Guido Fawkes

'The vast majority of the public believes "no deal is better than a bad deal" according to this new Sky Data poll. A decisive 74% agreed the country should walk away rather than accept a punishment deal. Just 26% think "any deal is better than no deal"…

The sentiment holds true across the age range. Among 18-34 year-olds support for"no deal is better than a bad deal" is at 75%. Among 35-54 year-olds it is 74% and 76% among those aged 55+. '

You can read more here at Guido Fawkes but obviously not on the BBC where support for the EU and thus vehement opposition to Brexit is de rigeur.

Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah 'reach deal' in Cairo per BBC News

'Egypt and Israel, Hamas' chief adversary, have maintained a blockade around Gaza since 2006. Hamas calls for Israel's destruction and has fought three wars with the Jewish state.

Israel resolutely opposes any involvement by Hamas in the Palestinian Authority. It considers Hamas a terrorist group and has said it will not deal with a Palestinian government that contains Hamas members.

Hamas as a whole, or in some cases its military wing, is designated a terrorist group by Israel, the US, EU, UK and other powers.'

So report the institutionally anti Israel BBC here

Lets unpick that a little.

'Egypt and Israel, Hamas' chief adversary, have maintained a blockade around Gaza since 2006. Hamas calls for Israel's destruction and has fought three wars with the Jewish state.'

It's good that the BBC recognise that Egypt is blockading Gaza, they often try to minimise reporting of that fact.

Do Hamas just call for Israel's destruction or the death of all Jews? I get confused between the statements of Hamas and Hezbollah, maybe their friend Jeremy Corbyn could advise me on this matter.

If Hamas calls for Israel's destruction then how should Israel make peace with Hamas? What would be a fair compromise for Israel to agree to? Maybe the destruction of just half of Israel? Perhaps Jeremy Bowen could consider that matter.

'Israel resolutely opposes any involvement by Hamas in the Palestinian Authority. It considers Hamas a terrorist group and has said it will not deal with a Palestinian government that contains Hamas members.'

Does the BBC consider that Hamas is a terrorist group? Do the BBC agreed with the policies of Hamas?

'Hamas as a whole, or in some cases its military wing, is designated a terrorist group by Israel, the US, EU, UK and other powers.'

Which other powers? Do the BBC disagree with these countries, if so why?

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Hillary Clinton Gets More Support From Harvey Weinstein And Friends per Deadline

'Hillary Clinton Gets More Big Bucks Support From Harvey Weinstein, JLo & Sarah Jessica Parker.

Something in the neighborhood of $1.8 million was raised at Harvey Weinstein's star-packed fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in New York City Monday night, sources tell Deadline.

The event for 50 or so Clinton supporters at Weinstein's Manhattan home drew some major Hollywood names, including Leonardo DiCaprio,Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, Candice Bergen, Bethenny Frankel and designers Vera Wang and Tory Burch.'

More here but not on the pro Hillary Clinton BBC.

Tuesday, 10 October 2017

How can any BBC employee say this with a straight face?

'Crucially, as his email to staff acknowledged, it (the BBC) also has to be impartial. That is an intellectual and moral challenge for all journalists - and also a vital one of course. My sense from speaking to him is that, as he says, you're told when you join the BBC that you have to leave your opinions at the door... '

That's from following the  'read more' link on the page relating to the James Harding leaving the BBC next year story.

More here

Impartial? Seriously? How can any BBC employee say this with a straight face?

This would be funny were it not so unbelievable and demonstrably untrue. Beeb Bias Craig has some great old figures, and is now at doing the same.

The BBC has to be impartial, ha f***ing ha!

BBC head of news James Harding to leave per BBC News

The BBC report that 'James Harding to stand down as director of BBC News at the beginning of 2018'

So who will replace him?

A woman, obviously.
A woman of colour, almost as obviously.
A Labour politician or ex politician, or at least a Labour supporter.

So how about Diane Abbott?

If the BBC ignore the first two criteria above, then how about Alastair Campbell?

Let's be honest, neither of them could push the BBC's news coverage any further to the left. Why pretend to be a source of unbiased news, BBC, just come out as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party that you are.

Jihadi jailed for 10 years for helping 21/7 Tube bombers given top council job after bosses failed to uncover her criminal past - as per The Sun

I hope this isn't really the case but fear that in this political correctness outranks all UK it probably is.

Read the story here but obviously not on the BBC where the safety of the British public is much less important than virtue signalling.

As I believe I have said before, this country is well and truly fucked.

What the BBC chooses to report and what it chooses not to report

'... peaceful demonstration in London yesterday, which had attracted a crowd in the tens of thousands - some have suggested as many as 70,000.

It was an anti-extremism march organised by a group calling itself the Football Lads Alliance. Shamefullly, there has not been a word about the march from the corporation (or indeed from any other part of the mainstream media). In fact, the Football Lads Alliance is not mentioned on the BBC website at all.

Yet the BBC is quite happy to report a protest by 150 people demanding changes to disability benefits and a protest by "hundreds" about the Grenfell Tower fire. '

That's from the Bishop Hill blog

The BBC is not an impartial news reporting organisation, it's a campaigning left wing site. Since that is the case why should one be criminalised if one refuses to pay to receive their their propaganda?

Sunday, 8 October 2017

Jeremy Hardy - Nice man or one harbouring murderous thoughts?

'If you just took everyone in the BNP and everyone who votes for them and shot them in the back of the head, there would be a brighter future for us all.'

Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, BBC Radio 4, 13 September 2004