Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Corbyn Launches Labour Muslim Group Headed By "Israel Has No Right to Exist" Activist - BBC don't report

'A Labour activist who tweeted "Israel has no right to exist" and suggested Jewish people are stingy is spearheading a new group for Muslims in Labour which Jeremy Corbyn helped launch last night.

John McDonnell, Dawn Butler, Andy Slaughter, Rupa Huq, Wes Streeting and Afzal Khan were also present at the launch of the Labour Muslim Network, hosted in parliament by Ali Milani, an NUS Vice President who was criticised for past anti-semitic comments.

In 2012, Milani posted a tweet suggesting Jewish people are stingy:"Nah u won't mate it will cost you a pound #jew". He also sent messages stating:"Israel has no right to exist."Israel is a land built on ethnic cleansing and colonialism. Oppression is something your people should know about."So lecturer asks the class today 'nobody in this room would ever want to go to war right?' My hand rises. 'Who?' Me: 'Israel'."'

Just the sort of sentiments that don't seem disquiet Jeremy 'friends' with Hamas and Hezbollah Corbyn or John kneecaping McDonnell or much of their Labour Party.

You can read more here at Guido Fawkes but obviously not on the institutionally anti Israel BBC for whom a little Jew hatred is a small price to pay.

Fears grow across the Atlantic over Brexit fallout per BBC News who leave the clue as to motivation a little too high in the report

This BBC anti Brexit report purports to show the results of a report by the American Rand Corporation that is very negative on Brexit. The trouble is that the BBC left this line a little too high in their report:

'In Europe it has advised the UK government on policy issues such as mental health, as well as the European Parliament and the European Commission.'

I think that I'll take their report's conclusions with a large pinch of salt.

BBC report here

Monday, 11 December 2017

The tyranny of low expectations re the BBC and Saudi Arabia

The BBC report approvingly that 'Saudi Arabia to allow cinemas to reopen from early 2018'.  Included in that report is this:

'Saudi authorities also began sponsoring concerts this year.

US hip hop artist Nelly and Algerian singer Cheb Khaled will perform in the Red Sea city of Jeddah on Thursday, though the event is open to men only.'

A men only concert? Imagine the furore if this was a possibility in Israel or India. But as it's in the home of sexual (and other) apartheid, Saudi Arabia, the BBC pass no judgement.

The BBC's prejudices and priorities are as ever easy to spot.

BBC report here

New York attack: What do we know about Akayed Ullah? Per BBC News

One sentence in this BBC report struck me:

'... Ullah "did make statements but we're not going to talk about that right now"'

What statements did he make? Can I guess? Can you?

New York Port Authority attack: Man held after Manhattan blast per BBC News

'A man is being held after an attempted terror attack at New York City's main bus terminal, officials say."Terrorists won't win," Mayor Bill de Blasio said after a blast at the Port Authority terminal in Manhattan during the morning rush hour on Monday.

The suspect, named as Akayed Ullah, 27, was wounded when a "low-tech explosive device" strapped to his body blew up in an underpass, officials say.'

Obviously file under 'nothing to do with Islam'

More avoiding the issue here

Firebombing Jewish Children in Sweden as not reported by the BBC

'On Saturday, December 9, masked men threw firebombs at a synagogue in Gothenburg, Sweden. The attack took place shortly after 10:00 pm, at a time when about thirty children and teenagers (the Swedish word "ungdomar", used in media reports, suggests they were teens, but could be younger or both) were attending a party at the Jewish Center adjoining the main building. When the assault began, the guards rushed them into the cellar, and finally allowed them to go home at about 11:30 pm. (Guards, of course, are a fixture at European synagogues these days.) A mother of one of the girls at the party received a text message from her daughter saying that she was scared and that there was a smell of gasoline.

Yes, in Western Europe, in 2017, a group of young Jews stood huddled in a basement, helpless, amid the gasoline fumes from firebombs.'

More here but not on the BBC for whom Islamic hatred of is excusable.

Remember that in reality Islamists don't hate Jews because of Israel, rather they hate Israel because of the Jews.

Venezuela opposition banned from running in 2018 election

In case you wonder what would happen to democracy in the UK should Jeremy Corbyn become Prime Minister, here's the latest news from Venezuela.

'Venezuela's president, Nicolas Maduro, says the country's main opposition parties are banned from taking part in next year's presidential election.'

More here at the BBC A responsible news reporting organisation would ask Jeremy Corbyn for his opinion on what's happening in the socialist nirvana of Venezuela but the BBC isn't an independent responsible news reporting organisation, instead it is rather more like the propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

The weirdest Beatles cover ever? Su Pollard: Back in the USSR

This is just wrong, so wrong.

The weirdest Beatles cover ever? Petula Clark - Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band

Petula Clark covers The Beatles' Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band in a Charleston style.

I think weird just about describes that.

Sunday, 10 December 2017

Students Kicked Out of Campus Coffee Shop for Wearing MAGA Hats

I wonder if the woman trying to expel students for wearing MAGA hats as the hats are redolent of Nazis would be at all offended by a student wearing a Che Guevara t-shirt or a Karl Marx one, or a Chairman Mao one. Somehow I think that imaginary Nazis are more of a concern to her than the real mass murdering socialists of the recent past.

Saturday, 9 December 2017

BBC lies about the historical US position on Jerusalem

'Israeli-Palestinian tensions have risen since President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Wednesday's decision reversed decades of US neutrality on the matter.'

So stated the BBC this morning.

This video shows the truth, and it's at odds with the BBC.

I'd complain to the BBC but, when you're dealing with an organisation as institutionally anti Israel as the BBC is, there's really no point.

By the way has anyone got a copy of the Balen Report to hand?

BBC News ignore inconvenient facts about the USA recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Are they really so blinded by their hatred of Israel and President Donald Trump that they'll spread lies?

'Israeli-Palestinian tensions have risen since President Donald Trump recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Wednesday's decision reversed decades of US neutrality on the matter.'

Those two sentences are from this BBC report

Are you sure BBC? I'll give you one hour to correct your untruth.

Friday, 8 December 2017

The organisation "has outrageously been one of the world's foremost centres of hostility towards Israel"

'The organisation "has outrageously been one of the world's foremost centres of hostility towards Israel"

Those are the words of the US envoy to the United Nations. She was talking about the United Nations but could just as well have been speaking about the institutionally anti Israel BBC.

'The US envoy to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has accused the UN of damaging the prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

The organisation "has outrageously been one of the world's foremost centres of hostility towards Israel", she said.'

More from the institutionally anti Israel BBC here and indeed all over the institutionally anti Israel BBC.

Thursday, 7 December 2017

BBC allows Pro-Palestine reporters to cover Jerusalem per Biased BBC

The Biased BBC headline 'BBC allows Pro-Palestine reporters to cover Jerusalem per Biased BBC' does rather beg the question, which BBC reporters aren't pro-Palestine. Can you think of any?

Biased BBC report here

British IS fighters 'should not be allowed back into the UK' per BBC News

'No British citizen who has fought for so-called Islamic State should be allowed back into the country, the defence secretary has said.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Gavin Williamson said: "Quite simply, my view is a dead terrorist can't cause any harm to Britain."'

Hard to argue with that?
The BBC of course find someone, but I won't dignify their opinion by repeating it here.

BBC article here

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

But don't forget that the Daily Mail supported Hitler...

I've lost counts how many times I've heard a lefty commentator on the BBC justify their hatred of the Daily Mail by saying that the paper supported Hitler pre World War 2.

Oddly the BBC seem less keen to recall thus:

'Since admiration for Hitler was Reith's blind spot, he was contemptuous of Churchill's early rallying cry urging Britain to prepare itself to meet the coming assault by the Nazis on free countries. His diaries express his approval of Germany. He was positive the Nazis "would clean things up."

It is not surprising that he went on to extend his admiration to include Mussolini. Chamberlain had taken office as Prime Minister in 1937 and Reith eagerly obeyed him by denying Churchill adequate opportunity to rouse the British by speaking to them over the radio as they sat in the threatened security of their peaceful homes.'

More here

Could someone remind the BBC of this inconvenient truth the next time they dis the Daily Mail.

As the BBC will not report

' A 2016 UK poll showed that 43% of British Muslims "believed that parts of the Islamic legal system should replace British law while only 22 per cent opposed the idea". Another poll from 2016 found that 23% of all Muslims supported the introduction of sharia law in some areas of Britain, 39% agreed that "wives should always obey their husbands," and 52% of all British Muslims believe that homosexuality should be illegal.'

More here especially about France's Muslim future, but obviously not on the BBC where such facts are verboten.

Do we need another EU Referendum?

The 2015 election resulted in a Conservative government who had promised a referendum and to honour the result of that referendum. Then we had the Referendum itself, won by the Brexit side. Finally at the 2017 General Election both Labour and the Conservative parties stood on pro Brexit manifestos, something that the BBC chooses to ignore. In effect the British people have voted three times for Brexit, is that not enough.

Of course one Remain vote would mean never asking the question again. As with the French and the Irish we will be asked to vote again and again until we give the answer that the EU want.

US to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital in world first per BBC News. I offer a translation service

This report from the institutionally anti Israel BBC is quite fun to read. Here are the first four paragraphs and my translation of what the BBC mean.

'US President Donald Trump will recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, senior administration officials have said.'

That fascist Islamophobe Trump will recognise Jerusalem as the capital of the apartheid state of Israel, white supremacist functionaries have admitted.

'He is due to announce the controversial decision in a speech later. Mr Trump is also expected to approve moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, but not for several years.'

Anything Trump does is 'controversial' but this decision is pure evil. Trump will also move the US embassy from the city of Tel Aviv which was built on land stolen from the Palestinians to the third holiest site in Islam, Jerusalem.

'Israel welcomes the changes but the Palestinians and Arab leaders have warned they will jeopardise any Middle East peace process.'

The apartheid state of Israel welcomes the change, pushed by the Zionist pressure groups. The peace loving Palestinians and Arab leaders have warned that this decision will jeopardise any Middle East peace process, oh why can't Israel just go away, from the river to the sea Palestine will be free.

Actually the truth of the matter is that the Palestinians and other Muslim countries have no interest in peace in the Middle East. They hate Israel because it is Jewish and Jew hatred is part of Islam's heritage and indeed present.

Man due in court over alleged plot to kill PM per BBC News

The BBC report that:

'A man is due to appear in court later over an alleged plot to kill the prime minister, Theresa May.

The BBC understands Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, from north London, is accused of planning to bomb Downing Street security gates and then attack the PM with a knife.Aknife.

A second man, Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21, of Birmingham, is accused of the preparation of terrorist acts for allegedly planning to travel overseas.'

A man? A Muslim man? Shh we must be careful not to risk an Islamophobic backlash, that's the real danger.

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Shadow Cabinet Brexit Positions in Full per Guido Fawkes

The BBC obsess over disagreements within the Conservative Party over Brexit. The BBC are uninterested in highlighting splits within their beloved Labour Party.

Helpfully for the British public Guido Fawkes has listed the different positions of leading Labour Party politicians.

'John McDonnell: we must leave the single market to respect the referendum result

Tom Watson: we should stay in the single market and customs union permanently

Jon Ashworth, Jenny Chapman: we have to leave the single market

Diane Abbott: we should keep freedom of movement

Jeremy Corbyn, Keir Starmer:freedom of movement ends with Brexit

Barry Gardiner: staying in the customs union would be a disaster

Corbyn: whipped vote against single market and customs union membership

Starmer: we should stay in the single market and customs union (which means keeping free movement)'

More here but not on the Labour Party's propaganda arm, the BBC.

Reggie Yates leaves Top of the Pops after 'offensive' Jewish slur per BBC News

This BBC report on Reggie Watts is interesting in its choice of language used.

'Reggie Yates will not host this year's Top of the Pops holiday specials after making "ill-considered remarks" in a podcast interview.

Yates apologised last month for using the phrase "fat Jewish guy" to refer to managers in the music industry.

He has now tweeted to say he has "taken the decision to step down" from hosting the music shows, which were due to air on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.

The presenter added that he apologised "unreservedly to the Jewish community".

In the Halfcast Podcast, hosted by DJ Chuckie Lothian, he had used the phrase while praising artists who chose to remain independently managed, adding: "They're managed by their brethren."

In his latest statement on Twitter, he said his words "reinforced offensive stereotypes" and that the comment was "no reflection on how I truly feel".

The host, who also presents The Insider series for BBC Three, was due to present this year's holiday specials of long-running show Top of the Pops with Fearne Cotton.

A BBC spokesperson said: "We take these issues very seriously and Reggie is in no doubt about the BBC's view of his comments."'

No mention of the word antisemitic, can anyone doubt that if a BBC personality insulted Muslims then the word Islamophobic would have been used?

Also Reggie Yates' latest defence "reinforced offensive stereotypes" and that the comment was "no reflection on how I truly feel". If that last sentiment is true, then why did he make the comment? Is using that sort of language common amongst his 'brethren' and the people with whom he associates.

Sunday, 3 December 2017

"FBI Hid The Truth of the Clinton Tarmac Meeting... :

Bill Still as thought provoking as ever.

It's odd that the BBC show absolutely no interest in any revelations about the Clinton email story. I say odd, I mean completely predictable.

Conspiracy theory of the day, week, month and year!

Are all military bases on lockdown? Have the Marines taken over Langley? Are the Marines serving indictments?

Oddly this hasn't been reported elsewhere...

Family Guy Perfectly Mocks PC Social Justice Warriors on Twitter

Family Guy pretty much nails SJWs there

Saturday, 2 December 2017

US Senate passes sweeping tax overhaul bill and the BBC News indulge in 'analysis', unbiased of course

This BBC report on the American tax reforms includes this:

'Republican legislative success at last

Analysis: Anthony Zurcher, BBC News, Washington

The US Senate, a seemingly insurmountable roadblock for the Republican agenda for much of this year, has at last given its assent to a major piece of legislation.

Perhaps not surprisingly, sweeping tax cuts - always beloved by conservatives - is what finally brought the party together and gave President Donald Trump the opportunity to claim a landmark legislative achievement.'

Did you spot the value judgements? First, 'always beloved by conservatives' - have you ever seen a major rise in public spending under a Labour government in the UK or a Democrat administration in the USA described as 'always beloved by socialists'?
Second, '.. gave President Donald Trump the opportunity to claim a landmark legislative achievement.'. Alternatively, and more impartially, this 'gave President Donald Trump a landmark legislative achievement'

BBC bias is pretty much omnipresent and of course always denied.

Friday, 1 December 2017

Reza Zarrab case: Gold trader implicates Turkish President Erdogan per BBC News. Read the report and spot the word that shows where the BBC's sympathies lie.

'A controversial Turkish-Iranian gold trader has told a US court that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan personally approved his sanction-breaking deals with Iran.

Reza Zarrab, 34, is a key witness in the criminal trial of a Turkish banker whom he allegedly worked with to help Iran launder money.

Mr Erdogan has denied that Turkey breached US sanctions on Iran.

The case has strained relations between Ankara and Washington.In his testimony, Mr Zarrab implicated Mr Erdogan in an international money laundering scheme that he and the banker, Mehmet Hakan Atilla, ran between 2010 and 2015 that allegedly allowed Iran to access international markets despite US sanctions.'

More here

Did you spot the word 'controversial', that's BBC speak for not approved by the BBC. President Trump, the Conservatives and Israel are often described as doing something controversial. Oddly Hillary Clinton, the Labour Party and Islamist terrorists are not so described.

BBC bias is omnipresent.

Pakistan attack: Gunmen storm Peshawar training college per BBC News. Can you spot the missing words?

'Several people are reported to be injured after gunmen stormed a college in the Pakistani city of Peshawar.

At least two gunmen, reportedly disguised in burkas, arrived in a rickshaw and entered the Peshawar Agriculture Training Institute early on Friday morning.

There is a heavy police presence in the area and the incident is still ongoing, media reports say.The Pakistani Taliban said it had carried out the attack.

The college is thought to have been closed for Eid celebrations.

At least one attacker has been killed, according to media reports citing the military. There were also reports of at least one blast heard from inside the campus.

"Police and army commandos have cordoned off the campus," chief of police for Peshawar, Tahir Khan, told Reuters news agency.

Peshawar, close to the Afghan border, has seen some of the worst violence during the Taliban insurgency in recent years.

In 2014 Taliban militants attacked an army-run school in Peshawar, leaving 141 people dead in one of the worst assaults in the country's recent history.'

Report is here

So we are allowed to know they were burkas, it happened at Eid and that the Taliban said it carried out the attack. The Taliban are described as militants and as responsible for an insurgency. Of course being a BBC report there is no mention of Muslim or Islam, nor is there any mention of the words terrorists.

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Computer Glitch Gives All AA Pilots Leave Over Christmas Week

I believe this should be filed under a) oops and b) Operations cockup

'An error in American Airlines' flight assignment app has resulted in all of American Airlines' pilots being assigned leave over the Christmas holiday week. That means over 15,000 flights will take off without an assigned pilot.

Unfortunately for the airline, this glitch comes at a time when the union has been trying to get increased holiday pay for their past few contracts. American Airlines has stood firm on not renegotiating holiday pay.'

More here

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Police seek help as “brazen” neo-Nazi Holocaust denial graffiti found along 400m stretch of London canal towpath per Campaign Against Antisemitism

'The Metropolitan Police Service is seeking help from members of the public to determine when a shocking trail of antisemitic graffiti was daubed along 400 metres of the canal towpath between Kensal Green and Wormwood Scrubs in London.

The graffiti included swastikas, calls for non-Jews to "wake up", and claims that the Holocaust was a "hoax" and that six million Jews were not murdered.'

More here but obviously not on the BBC.

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Corbyn more dangerous for markets than hard Brexit, warns Morgan Stanley

The BBC are eager to report that economic uncertainty due to Brexit is bad for the economy. They are less than keen to report that the prospect of a severely left wing, Marxist, Labour government under the leadership of comrade Corbyn and kneecaper McDonnell holds deep dangers for the UK economy.

'The prospect of a radical Left-wing lurch under Jeremy Corbyn is a more serious threat to British asset markets than Brexit and risks setting off a drastic repricing of UK plc, a leading US bank has warned.

Morgan Stanley has told clients that there is a two-thirds likelihood of snap elections in the second half of 2018 once it becomes clear that the UK cannot secure the sort of Brexit deal it wants and the Conservative Party starts to fracture, bringing political risk into sharp focus.

"We could see the biggest shake-up in the political backdrop since the Seventies. This is much more scary from an equity perspective than Brexit," said Graham Secker, the bank's chief European equity strategist.

The bank said the "double whammy" of Brexit and a Labour government together could prove toxic for UK stock markets, with the bank's full-blown 'bear case' leading to an economic recession... '

More here but obviously not on the institutionally pro EU and pro Labour Party BBC.

Melbourne man planned New Year's Eve terror attack, police say per BBC News

The BBC report begins thus:

'Australian police have arrested a man they allege was planning to carry out a terror attack during New Year's Eve celebrations in Melbourne.

The 20-year-old man will be charged with terrorism offences that carry a maximum penalty of life in prison, authorities said.

Police allege the man had planned to shoot people with an automatic gun at Federation Square in the city's centre.'

Read on beyond the first set of photos and links and you learn the unsurprising news that he was the child of Somali parents and was linked to ISIL. The BBC know full well that many, if not most people, read just the start of online articles so they hide inconvenient facts down their articles.