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Friday, 26 May 2017

Will Self and Matthew Parris on Jeremy Corbyn and Labour over a year ago

https://youtu.be/Z_EBwWQ4GOM

Over a year ago both Will Self and Matthew Parris predicted Corbyn's leadership wouldn't last, now we could be less than a fortnight from Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn!

Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn - heaven help us all

https://youtu.be/8sjiTzeJhwg

How many?

@DannyShawBBC Tweeted thusly:
'Security Minister Ben Wallace tells BBC the pool of 'former subjects of interest' is between 12,000-18,000. Abedi was in that pool.   12:13 PM - 26 May 2017'

12,000 to 18,000 potential Islamist terrorists in the UK? That seems rather worrying to me but I'm sure that the BBC will point out that the real fear is an Islamophobic backlash.

Pound Down as Corbyn Gets Closer per Guido Fawkes

The BBC were desperately keen to associate Brexit with the pound falling. Oddly they are less keen to note that the prospect of a Labour government is pushing Sterling lower.

'This morning's YouGov/Times poll (Con 43% vs Lab 38%) has knocked the pound, which fell against all of its 16 major peers this morning. Sterling has touched $1.2858 today, a two week low. 

Neil Jones, head of hedge-fund sales at Mizuho Bank told Bloomberg:

"Sterling correlates well with anything that shows a Tory majority and vice versa, so if you've got this situation where the majority closes right down, it may come to a critical level where it may not have a sufficient number of seats in the house. The market doesn't like that."'

Thanks to Guido Fawkes...
https://order-order.com/2017/05/26/pound-down-as-corbyn-gets-closer/

Egypt Coptic Christians killed in bus attack per BBC News

This BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-40059307 on the latest massacre of Coptic Christians in Egypt contains this thought:

'The early Church suffered persecution under the Roman Empire, and there were intermittent persecutions after Egypt became a Muslim country. Many believe that continues to this day.'

Many believe? Who seriously doesn't believe that?

"Douglas Murray - The Strange Death of Europe - an interview on UK Talk Radio

https://youtu.be/oINW5yySbK0

Interesting and worrying.

Another summer, another surge in migration figures, writes Leo McKinstry

I think it fair to say that Leo McKinstry is not a fan of mass immigration. Read this in The Express http://www.express.co.uk/comment/columnists/leo-mckinstry/808960/manchester-attack-migrant-summer-incoming-figures-surge-leo-mckinstry

'We are lectured about the dangers of intolerance, yet what could be more intolerant than the barbaric, misogynist, primitive Islamist culture that has been imported into our lands? We are told to "carry on as normal", even while the authorities allow at least 3,000 known jihadists, such as the Manchester killer Salman Abedi, to live in our neighbourhoods. Yet the politicians refuse to recognise that the Europe they have built is one where extremism deepens and integration is giving way to segregation.

The politicians tell us that the terrorism will not "change our way of life". But governments across Europe are deliberately transforming the very fabric of our civilisation through their dogma about open borders. Due to the colossal influxes of foreigners, we are living through by far the biggest social revolution in Europe's history. '

Thursday, 25 May 2017

Rufus Hound Posts May Conspiracy Theory per Guido Fawkes

Guido Fawkes has posted https://order-order.com/2017/05/24/rufus-hound-posts-may-conspiracy-theory/ a typically nasty remark made by the 'comedian' Rufus Hound.

In case you weren't aware, Rufus Hound has previous. He once Tweeted that 'David and Jeremy want your kids to die (unless you're rich)'. David and Jeremy being the then Prime Minister, David Cameron and the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt. Of course no action was taken against Rufus Hound because he's one of the BBC's 'comedians' who have licence to offend.

Fascinating video of Trey Gowdy's questioning of ex CIA chief John Brennan

https://youtu.be/sOWesvJo1hk

Fascinating, especially John Brennan's odd head movement at 5:07, stressed?

Douglas Murray and a gentleman from Quillian discuss the implications of the Manchester Bombing

https://youtu.be/IJu6nH7kTh8

Douglas Murray and a gentleman from Quillian discuss the implications of the Manchester Bombing. Intelligent and thought provoking, but also bloody scary.

Manchester attack: May to tackle Trump over 'evidence' leaks per BBC News

The BBC headline above seems designed to associate the word leak with President Donald Trump. It's only on reading the article itself http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40040210 that one reads:

'BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera says UK officials believe that US law enforcement rather than the White House is the likely culprit for the leaks.'

However for the large number of people who only read the headline, job done BBC.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

C4 survey and documentary reveals What British Muslims Really Think - A fascinating figure

There's a very interesting statistic hiding in the Channel 4 report http://www.channel4.com/info/press/news/c4-survey-and-documentary-reveals-what-british-muslims-really-think that I have quoted from previously today:

'British Muslims are more likely than the rest of the population to feel that they can influence decisions affecting Britain (33% vs 21%)'

Of course British Muslims feel that, they've got the power of the BBC to aid them in this, and the vast majority of British politicians too.

C4 survey and documentary reveals What British Muslims Really Think - part 2

My last post made me recall some more stats from that Channel 4 programme http://www.channel4.com/info/press/news/c4-survey-and-documentary-reveals-what-british-muslims-really-think about what British Muslims believe:

'52% do not believe that homosexuality should be legal in Britain

Q: To what extent you agree or disagree with each one: homosexuality should be legal in Britain?

Net agree 18% (strongly agree 8%, tend to agree 10%)

Net disagree: 52% (strongly disagree: 38%, tend to disagree: 14%)'

Something for the Queers For Islam supporters to think about? Something for the pro homosexuality rights BBC. Not that facts concern them.

47% do not believe that it is acceptable for a school teacher to be homosexual

Q: To what extent do you agree or disagree that it is acceptable for a homosexual person to be a teacher in a school?

Net disagree: 47% (strongly disagree: 35%, tend to disagree: 12%)'

Something that the BBC won't report, preferring to concentrate on perceived homophobia amongst Christians.

'23% support the introduction of Sharia Law.Q: To what extent, if at all, would you support or oppose there being areas of Britain in which Sharia law is introduced instead of British law?

Net support: 23% (strongly support: 7%, tend to support: 17%)'

I've something to post about this statistic later.

'32% refuse to condemn those who take part in violence against those who mock the Prophet

Q: Please tell me whether you sympathise or condemn people who take part in violence against those who mock the Prophet

Net sympathise: 18% (completely sympathise: 9%, sympathise to some extent: 9%, neither symathise or condemn: 14%)'

Small minority?

'39% agree that "wives should always obey their husbands".

Q: To what extent you agree or disagree that wives should always obey their husbands?

Net agree: 39% (strongly agree: 15%, tend to agree: 24%)'

Oddly the pro feminism BBC don't seem at all interested in that inconvenient fact.

'66% completely condemn those people who take part in stoning those who commit adultery.

Q: Please tell me whether you sympathise or condemn people who take part in stoning those who commit adultery.

Net condemn: 79%. (completely condemn: 66%, condemn to some extent: 13%)

Net sympathise: 5% (completely sympathise: 2%, tend to sympathise: 3%)'

7% of British Muslims sympathise with people stoning people for adultery. That's around 175,000 British Muslims.

Figures you won't hear mentioned on the BBC where the fear of promoting Islamophobia is seemingly as important as preventing the killing by Islamist terrorists of British children.

"Nigel Farage: "What is our government actually gonna do?"

https://youtu.be/amktmYPJPb0

Nigel Farage: "What is our government actually gonna do?"

I'll answer that Mr Farage - sod all, apart from arresting anyone who they see as spreading Islamophobia. We're too far down the rabbit hole for any action to work, the UK is doomed.

"Former Special Air Service serviceman says enough is enough"

https://youtu.be/6Vjdnfot1eI

Sky journalist meets reality.

C4 survey and documentary reveals What British Muslims Really Think

It's only a small minority of Muslims... That will be the line about Islamists that the lefty types and apologists for Islamist terrorism will be spouting soon.

So let's look at what Channel 4, hardly an Islamophobic news organisation, reported not too long ago http://www.channel4.com/info/press/news/c4-survey-and-documentary-reveals-what-british-muslims-really-think

'34% would inform the police if they thought somebody they knew was getting involved with people who support terrorism in Syria

Q: If you thought that someone who is close to you was getting involved with people who support terrorism in Syria, would you report it to the police?'

So 66% of British Muslims wouldn't inform the police if they thought someone that they knew was getting involved with people who support terrorism in Syria. Isn't that incredibly scary? That's a majority of British Muslims.

'4% sympathise with people who take part in suicide bombings

Q: Please tell me tell me whether you sympathise or condemn people who take part in suicide bombing to fight injustice'

Only 4%, but what's the British Muslim population, around 3.5 million? 4% is around 150,000 people. How do these people define 'injustice'?

Those figures are bloody scary, and put the lie to the tiny minority line that you will hear pushed in the coming days. But don't expect anyone to be allowed to quote those figures on the BBC.



The BBC complaints process

I rarely post items sent to me from third parties but this detailing of  a complaint to the BBC piqued my interest.

It seems that a reader of this blog saw my post about Hugh Sykes from 10 February and decided to make a complaint to the BBC.

'Complaint Summary: Factually inaccurate comment/quotation

Full Complaint: In feedback from around 6:30 to 6:38 Hugh Sykes said that he's heard many Muslim leaders say that these (terrorists) aren't true Muslims. Hugh Sykes then said: 'If you kill an innocent person it's like killing the whole of humanity, which is roughly speaking a quote from the Koran.' The problem is that the full quotation is somewhat longer than Hugh Sykes makes out, and in full means something somewhat different. The quotation is from Sura 5:32 which in full says: 'On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people. Then although there came to them Our apostles with clear signs, yet, even after that, many of them continued to commit excesses in the land.' Clearly 5:32 is a commandment to the Children of Israel, the Jews, not Muslims. However even if you ignore the first part of the Sura that specifically refers to the Jews, the commandment goes on "unless it be for murder or spreading mischief in the land." If someone is "spreading mischief", he can still be killed. Islamist terrorists believe that Americans, British, French etc. are spreading mischief in Palestine and around the world, so even if this verse were to apply to non Jews, they would still be justified in slaughtering those "spreading mischief". Since Hugh Sykes's quotation completely misrepresents what the Koran says in this regard, I think that a correction should be broadcast.'

Ignoring the automated reply, the first substantive reply from the BBC came on 22 February:
'Dear Mr ...

Reference .....

Many thanks for getting in touch about BBC Radio Four’s 'Feedback# broadcast 10 February.

I understand you feel a quotation from the Koran made by Hugh Sykes was inaccurate and misrepresented the full passage.

Speaking about a report conducted for the PM programme discussing Donald Trump's proposed travel ban and Islamic extremism, Hugh Sykes states that: "I've heard lots of Muslim leaders saying that these people are not true Muslims because if you kill innocent people it's like killing the whole of humanity, which is roughly speaking a quote from the Koran".

As Hugh notes in qualifying his quotation, it is not intended to be an exact quotation of the text in the Koran, but instead a paraphrased reflection of statements and sentiments Hugh has heard expressed by Muslim leaders in opposition to violence.

It is never our intention to misrepresent or mislead, however I hope this helps to clarify the context behind Hugh’s paraphrasing of the Koran.

I do appreciate that you may continue to disagree, however, and you can rest assured that your feedback has been forwarded to the relevant production teams on our overnight report. This report is also seen by senior management and helps to shape current and future broadcasting decisions.

Thank you once again for taking the time to get in touch.

Kind regards
Hugh Dignan
BBC Complaints Team
www.bbc.co.uk/complaints

NB This is sent from an outgoing account only which is not monitored. You cannot reply to this email address but if necessary please contact us via our webform quoting any case number we provided.'

My correspondent followed up on 1 April (not sure why the long delay) to the BBC Trust:

'I am writing to you because my complaint (CAS-....) via the standard BBC complaints procedure was answered with a typical BBC brush-off. The only step left to me is to take this to the BBC Trust.

My complaint, in short, is that the BBC's Hugh Sykes incorrectly quoted the Koran and by so doing changed the meaning of a Koranic verse, thus misleading the listening public.

In more detail: In BBC Radio Four’s 'Feedback' broadcast on 10 February.from around 6:30 to 6:38 Hugh Sykes said that he's heard many Muslim leaders say that these (terrorists) aren't true Muslims.

Hugh Sykes then said: 'If you kill an innocent person it's like killing the whole of humanity, which is roughly speaking a quote from the Koran.'

The trouble problem is that the full quotation is somewhat longer than Hugh Sykes makes out, and in full means something somewhat different.

The quotation is from Sura 5:32 which in full says: 'On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew the whole people: and if any one saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of the whole people. Then although there came to them Our apostles with clear signs, yet, even after that, many of them continued to commit excesses in the land.'

Clearly 5:32 is a commandment to the Children of Israel, the Jews, not Muslims.

However even if you ignore the first part of the Sura that specifically refers to the Jews, the commandment goes on "unless it be for murder or spreading mischief in the land." If someone is "spreading mischief", he can still be killed. Islamist terrorists believe that Americans, British, French etc. are spreading mischief in Palestine and around the world, so even if this verse were to apply to non Jews, they would still be justified in slaughtering those "spreading mischief".

Since Hugh Sykes's quotation completely misrepresents what the Koran says in this regard, I think that a correction should be broadcast.

Please do actually address this matter rather than give me another BBC brush-off.

Regards'


Two days later the BBC Trust responded:
'I am writing to acknowledge receipt of your appeal to the BBC Trust.

You may be aware that under the arrangements of the BBC’s new Charter, which commenced on 1 January 2017, a new system of governance and regulation for the BBC has taken effect. As of 2 April 2017, the BBC Trust ceased to exist and a new BBC Board is now responsible for the proper, effective and independent exercise of all the functions of the BBC and regulatory powers have been transferred to Ofcom.

Please contact the BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit (ECU) at ecu@bbc.co.uk or Editorial Complaints Unit, Broadcast Centre, BC2 B4, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TP to progress your complaint.

Yours sincerely
Ruby

My correspondent did as requested and complained to the EBU and this was the reply:
'Thank you for your email of 27 April to the Executive Complaints Unit. I’m sorry you’ve had to come to us by such a circuitous route, and that you were referred to the BBC Trust at a point where it was hardly likely to be able to reach a conclusion on the matter. In any event, it now falls to us to consider whether the decision of the BBC Complaints Team that your complaint didn’t justify further investigation, put to you in their response of 28 April, was correct.

I can see why you regard Sura 5:2, taken as a whole, as bearing a sense very different from “if you kill innocent people it’s like killing the whole of humanity”. However, I think the essential point made in Hugh Dignan’s response of 22 February is that this wasn’t a case of Hugh Sykes quoting from the Koran (however roughly), but of him reporting what he had “heard lots of Muslim leaders saying” and the basis on which they had been saying it.
Whether Sura 5:2 provides a sound basis for the view he reported is another matter, but Muslim scholars certainly have the hermeneutic resources to construe it in that sense if so minded (an example can be seen at http://www.islamicperspectives.com/TafsirOfSurah5_32.html).

I therefore agree with the Complaints Team that your complaint didn’t raise an issue which would have justified more investigation. There’s is no provision for further appeal against this decision within the BBC.
However, it’s open to you to approach Ofcom if you believe your complaint has identified a breach of the Ofcom Code (which can be seen at https://www.ofcom.org.uk/tv-radio-and-on-demand/broadcast-codes/broadcast-code), though of course it would be for Ofcom itself to decide whether to consider your complaint. '

So it would seem that the new EBU cares as much about complaints about the BBC as the BBC Trust ever did. Why am I not surprised?

Better luck next time Mr Correspondent, and thanks for trying.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

22 Dead, 50+ injured, ISIS claim responsibility but it's nothing to do with Islam

Breitbart, amongst others, report http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/05/22/reports-explosion-manchester-ariana-grande-gig/ that ISIS have claimed responsibility for the bomb attack on the Manchester Arena.

"With Allah's grace and support, a soldier of the Khilafah managed to place explosive devices in the midst of the gatherings of the Crusaders in the British city of Manchester, in revenge for Allah's religion, in an endeavour to terrorise the mushrikin, and in response to their transgressions against the lands of the Muslims. The explosive devices were detonated in the shameless concert arena, resulting in 30 Crusaders being killed and 70 others being wounded. And what comes next will be more severe on the worshippers of the Cross and their allies, by Allah's permission. And all praise is due to Allah, Lord of the creation."

I wonder if, when the BBC get around to reporting that ISIS have claimed responsibility, the BBC will quote their statement in full. Somehow I think not, as to do so would be to admit that the religion of Islam does have an impact on the beliefs and actions of the followers of ISIS.

Leader's statements on the Manchester bombing

Can you spot the difference between Theresa May's statement and Jeremy Corbyn's?

Theresa May statement:

"We are working to establish the full details of what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack.

All our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those who have been affected."

Jeremy Corbyn statement:

"I am horrified by the horrendous events in Manchester last night. My thoughts are with families and friends of those who have died and  been injured. Today the whole country will grieve for the people who have lost their lives.  I have spoken with Andy Burnham, the mayor of Manchester, who has fully briefed me on the operational response in the city.

I would like to pay tribute to the emergency services for their bravery and professionalism in dealing with last night's appalling events.

I have spoken with the Prime Minister and we have agreed that that all national campaigning in the general election will be suspended until further notice."

Jeremy Corbyn just can't bring himself to use the word terrorist in connection with this attack.

Jeremy Corbyn supported the aims of the IRA in the 1970s and 1988s whilst they bombed and shot innocent British civilians. Likewise in the 21st century he supports at least some of the aims of terrorist organisations that bomb and kill Israeli civilians, organisations (such as Hamas and Hezbollah) that are more closely linked to Isis than the likes of the BBC would ever admit. Islamist terrorists want kufr dead, as many as possible. Can you imagine Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister?

'Treating this as a terrorist incident' - No Shit Sherlock

Apparently - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-40008127/manchester-arena-treating-this-as-a-terrorist-incident-police

'Ian Hopkins from the Greater Manchester Police told reporters "We are treating this as a terrorist incident".'

No Shit Sherlock.

'Judaism's holiest prayer site.'

The BBC have found a form of words they can use to describe the importance to Judaism of the Western Wall that they hope will stop them receiving complaints about misleading people and more importantly prevent them having to acknowledge that there's a mosque built on top of Judaism's holiest site.

This BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40003636 is the first that I have noticed using the wording 'Judaism's holiest prayer site' to describe the Western (or Wailing) Wall.
The Western Wall is indeed the holiest site that Jews can pray at but that's because there's a mosque built on top of Judaism's holiest site. That site being out of bounds for Jews to pray at. A restriction that is enforced by the Jewish State of Israel, in contrast with the way that Jordan banned Jews from even the Western Wall when they were in occupation of Jerusalem between 1948 and 1967.

Monday, 22 May 2017

So, just what did Trump's note in the Western Wall say? Per BBC News

This BBC article http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40003636 pokes fun at President Donald Trump but it also tangentially has a laugh at the expense of the holiest site remaining available for Jews. The holiest site is actually buried underneath a mosque and courtyard just beyond the Western Wall but don't expect the BBC to explain how that could be the case.

"Andrew Neil stitches up Nick Clegg by replaying THIS embarrassing Brexit quote"

https://youtu.be/d6bzFpUmfO8

Nick 'EU Pension' Clegg in action

Sunday, 21 May 2017

'Penises Cause Climate Change'; Progressives Fooled by Peer-Reviewed Hoax Study per Breitbart

'Destructive, unsustainable hegemonically male approaches to pressing environmental policy and action are the predictable results of a raping of nature by a male-dominated mindset. This mindset is best captured by recognizing the role of [sic] the conceptual penis holds over masculine psychology. When it is applied to our natural environment, especially virgin environments that can be cheaply despoiled for their material resources and left dilapidated and diminished when our patriarchal approaches to economic gain have stolen their inherent worth, the extrapolation of the rape culture inherent in the conceptual penis becomes clear.'

Is that clear?

The explanation is at Breitbart http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/05/20/delingpole-penises-cause-climate-change-progressives-fooled-by-peer-reviewed-hoax-study/ and in many university social sciences departments.

Friday, 19 May 2017

Cojones personified

https://youtu.be/legcia_nWho

I wish that I could stay that calm under that much pressure.

"Chelsea Manning, Trump and the Left’s hypocrisy"

https://youtu.be/nBZBQYMz1SA

The left are hypocrites? No Shit Sherlock

Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell - "slippery characters"

Whilst I don't agree with all of the characterisation of Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell in this video, there is much that is true and rather damning. The refusal of Jeremy Corbyn to condemn the IRA from 4:30 and John McDonnell's best of our movement remarks near the end of the video should be enough to chill the hearts of any democrats.

https://youtu.be/bVvca2SEvqo

Video extracts that the institutionally pro Labour Party BBC will do their best not to show in the run-up to the general election.

KASSAM: Brexit Voters Cannot Afford to Give Theresa May a Massive Majority as She Plans Compromise on Free Movement

Raymond Kassam at Breitbart http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/05/17/kassam-theresa-may-preparing-screw-brexit-voters-hard-youre-still-voting/ has a worrying article that is in accordance with some of my thoughts on the matter. Here's an extract:

'I don't know how much this will mean to you, but I know enough people close to Prime Minister May and her team. The consensus, they tell me, is clear: she intends to cave on free movement of people after the General Election, offering a "soft" Brexit, safe in the knowledge there's nothing the public or Parliament can do, especially if she had a massive mandate.'

Seems more than just plausible to me.

Is Theresa May trying to not win the election with a large majority?

Theresa May's tactics during this general election seem odd. Alienating pensioners seems to be an especially odd tactic as they are more likely to vote than other age groups, and more likely to vote Conservative.

So the various policies in the Conservative Party manifesto that are detrimental to many seems odd. Unless that is if Theresa May really is a Remainer and wants to be re-elected Prime Minister with a reduced majority or even at the head of a weak coalition government. That way Brexit could be derailed.

It's not beyond the realms of possibility and might also explain her bullish comments on Brexit. Is she trying to push Remoaners away from voting for the Conservative party?

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Nick Clegg on having to accept the EU Referendum result

https://youtu.be/Oy_j41moSao

That's Nick Clegg on Brexiteers having to accept the EU Referendum result, from before the Referendum when he assumed a Remain victory. And now? Who's like those Japanese soldiers fighting the last war?

This is rather similar to the BBC's attitude. Barely a day passes without the BBC having Nick Clegg or some other Remoaner on to whine about Brexit. Imagine if the Remoaners had won the Referendum, do you seriously believe that the BBC would give Brexiteers the airtime they are giving Remoaners now. Of course not, any Brexiteer would be told that the people had decided and that was that. This would be the case were the result 52:48 in favour of Remain or just a victory by one vote.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

1 in 5 Child Deaths In London Borough Caused by Parents Being 'Close Relatives'

This Breitbart report http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/05/16/1-in-5-child-deaths-in-london-borough-caused-by-parents-being-close-relatives/ contains some truths that are too inconvenient for the BBC to report.

'The council's report found between 2008 and 2016, 19 per cent of child deaths in the borough were caused by infants being born to "consanguineous relationships" — marriage or otherwise sexual relations between couples who are first cousins or closer.'

That's in Redbridge, but I presume similar problems will be occurring in other areas with large populations of Pakistani heritage.

Maybe someone, obviously not the BBC  could also investigate the incident rate of birth abnormalities and genetic diseases amongst the same population.

I wonder if that cost is ever factored into the cost of immigration from the Muslim part of the Indian subcontinent.

Labour manifesto: Corbyn to unveil 'programme of hope' per BBC News

The BBC's careful choice of headline quotes strikes again this morning.

This report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-2017-39930865 on Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party manifesto has the headline 'Labour manifesto: Corbyn to unveil 'programme of hope'' and 'Labour manifesto 'radical and responsible'.

Both of these phrases are from the Labour Party but if the casual visitor to the BBC news pages think it's an independent analysis then that will suit the news organisation that too often behaves as if it's the propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

Trump 'shared classified information with Russia' per BBC News

The BBC are reporting http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-39931012 under the headline of 'Trump 'shared classified information with Russia''

That's one side of the story and not really all of it. But why would you expect unbiased reporting from the anti President Donald Trump BBC?

Monday, 15 May 2017

Inside Hillary Clinton's Hotel Room on Election Night 2016

https://youtu.be/ljkg-cRGfZo

Oddly I listened to that penultimate anecdote without feeling any sympathy at all for Hillary Clinton.

Corbyn: Retire Before 68

'Jeremy Corbyn has hinted that Labour's revised manifesto will include a commitment to reducing the retirement age – Jez says 68 is "too late" to retire. He is 68 next week…'

From Guido Fawkes https://order-order.com/2017/05/15/corbyn-retire-before-68/

Beyond parody...

I wondered how Have I Got News for You would cover the Diane Abbott faux pas on police numbers

https://youtu.be/KbsspcfDdes

I wondered how Have I Got News for You would cover the Diane Abbott faux pas on police numbers. The answer, by shifting the laugh on to the pro Brexit campaign. Because on the BBC it's important to make fun of the right people, pun intended.

Peter Hitchens on the lack of BBC impartiality

https://youtu.be/sUAJzhGKKXU

A rather good set of points including one about Andrew Marr's journalistic past that I have not heard expressed so clearly before and one about the BBC's part in getting David Cameron elected as Conservative party leader that I have suggested as fact previously.

As for the argument of the last speaker, I won't dignify them with a response.

Saturday, 13 May 2017

"Barbara Kay: No consequences for women who “stealth” men

https://youtu.be/Tcng4ccVlVI

Sex equality, not!

Young men beware...

Laptop ban on flights: What about the parents? Per BBC News - In other words "will nobody think of the children"

This breeder centric BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-39341302 really does take the piss and includes anti President Donald Trump sentiments front and centre:

'When the laptop ban on some flights to the US and UK was announced, there was an audible groan from business people across the world who use those precious hours to keep on top of work.

But there was another group who took an even deeper intake of breath: parents.

"@realDonaldTrump this is absurd," wrote one panicked Twitter user. "My toddlers can't go 2 miles w/o an ipad."

"Making kids sit through a 14 hour flight with no screens to distract is a form of terrorism," another dryly noted.'

Dryly? That's one word for it.

Oddly whilst President Donald Trump gets blame heaped upon him, there's none for the Islamist terrorists who've created the situation.

Friday, 12 May 2017

Do you think that the media's favourite comedians are just trying to be funny?

Watch the old interview with Chevy Chase from 3:50 for the least surprising revelation ever...

https://youtu.be/5wwk3q6hG6A

How many of the BBC's favourite comedians are playing the same game?

The Migrant Crisis: What to Expect in Spring 2017

https://youtu.be/Zhfn2kw527o

Lauren Southern isn't optimistic about Europe's future.

A laptop ban on flights from Europe possible 'within two weeks'

If you turn Europe into Eurabia then this sort of thing will be a consequence...

The EU has demanded urgent talks with the US over a possible extension of its ban on laptops in cabin bags to flights from some European airports.

Major US airlines met with US Homeland Security officials yesterday to discuss the impact of extending the ban, which has applied since March to flights from 10 airports - mainly in the Middle East and north Africa - to flights from Europe.

"We'll likely expand the restrictions," said a Department of Homeland Security spokesman David Lapan, but the department has given no indication of when this will happen. A US official said it could begin within two weeks while a source in Europe said it may even be implemented as early as this week.

The UK has introduced a similar electronics ban in cabin bags on flights from Turkey and selected countries in north Africa and the Middle East.

"We have not made any decisions on expanding the electronics ban; however, we are continuously assessing security directives based on intelligence and will make changes when necessary to keep travelers safe," the Transportation Security Administration said in a statement.

Apparently the US fears passengers could circumvent the current ban by travelling from the Middle East to Europe and then taking a connecting flight to the US. The current UK electronics ban does not include flights from Dubai and certain other countries on the US banned list. So the UK could extend their ban to Dubai and the others or they could just accept that we're now part of Eurabia and will be treated as such by the non Islamised world.

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Hamas assures critics Israel's destruction still its goal

You may have read recently that Hamas no longer wished to destroy Israel but now wanted to live in peace within the 1967 borders, borders that never existed but let's leave that aside.

Not surprisingly this is fake news.

The Times of Israel http://www.timesofisrael.com/hamas-assures-critics-israels-destruction-still-a-goal/ has some interesting facts...

'Hamas co-founder Mahmoud al-Zahar clarified Wednesday that his terror group's new political program, which some interpreted as accepting the idea of a Palestinian state on the 1967 lines, would not preclude Hamas from seeking to liberate all of historic Palestine, including Israel.

"If we liberate Palestine though the resistance until the 1967 borders, we will go directly to liberate the rest of Palestine and the territories of 1948, and there will be no negotiations," Zahar said at a conference in Gaza addressing international reactions to the new policy document, according to the Hamas-linked al-Resalah news site.

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On Wednesday Zahar stressed that Hamas was not walking back its original principals, asserting, "If Hamas liberated 99.9% of the land of Palestine, it will not give up on the rest."

He added: "We cannot religiously, morally or nationally give up on one inch of the land of Palestine.

"Hamas, which is recognized as a terrorist organization by Israel, the US and the EU,adopted the new document on May 1 in an attempt to improve its standing in the international community.

The document, however, contains glaring contradictions.It accepts the idea of a Palestinian state in territories captured by Israel in the Six Day War of 1967 but simultaneously reiterates the imperative to destroy Israel. It also dismisses the establishment of the State of Israel as "illegal," asserting a Palestinian claim to the entire Land of Israel, and a so-called right of return for all descendants of refugees. It also reserves the right to wage "resistance and jihad for the liberation of Palestine."

Israel has dismissed the new document as an attempt to "fool the world.'

There are plenty of people in the world who are eager to be fooled in such a way. The sort of people that hate Israel. The sort of people that work at the BBC?

Corbyn's Car Runs Over BBC Cameraman

Imagine that the car conveying a senior Conservative politician ran a BBC cameraman over. Can you see the BBC outrage, the jokey insinuations as to revenge etc.?

However as it's a car carrying Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party leader, there will be no BBC coverage.

Article here at Guido Fawkes https://order-order.com/2017/05/11/corbyns-car-runs-bbc-cameraman/

BBC fails to report knifeman’s threat to kill Jews in north London per Christians United for Israel

Reading this report http://www.cufi.org.uk/news/bbc-fails-to-report-knifemans-threat-to-kill-jews-in-north-london/ reminded me of this scary news and that the BBC hadn't reported the news.

If someone had threatened Muslims then the BBC would have headlined the news. However as it was an attack on Jews, the BBC are not at all interested.

Triple talaq: India top court reviews Islamic instant divorce per BBC News

The BBC manage to report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-39880273 this issue by simultaneously seeing this action as anti Muslim whilst also reporting that:

'Even though it has been practised for decades, the unilateral instant "triple talaq" divorce finds no mention in Sharia or the Koran.

Islamic scholars say the Koran clearly spells out how to issue a divorce - it has to be spread over three months which allows a couple time for reflection and reconciliation.'

The real reason for the article is to criticise India, something that is very common at the BBC.

'Activists say most Islamic countries, including Pakistan and Bangladesh, have banned triple talaq, but it thrives in India.'

The BBC's pro Islam agenda means that not only do they support the Palestinian cause over the rights of Israel but also that they vilify India as much as possible.

Vince Cable encourages voters to vote for Labour (not Lib Dem)

https://youtu.be/e-utRQOYPQ4

A Trump supporter comes to understand why leftists shout slogans over and over again

https://youtu.be/knck71Fy0D4

A Trump supporter comes to understand why leftists shout slogans over and over again. Quite amusing...