Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Why Socialism Doesn't Work in 55 Secondw

You can laugh along with President Ronald Reagan but also see your future under Prime Minister/President for Life Jeremy Corbyn.

Business Live - BBC News report through gritted teeth

The BBC through gritted teeth that:

'Public finances may be improving a bit faster than expected

Britain's public finances suggest a slightly faster improvement than expected in November, says the Office for Budget Responsibility."It appears that the underlying improvement in borrowing so far this year is a little faster than would be consistent with our November forecast," the OBR said.

Earlier official data showed Britain's budget deficit fell by much more than expected last month, helped by an unusually large credit from the European Union and the strongest value-added tax receipts on record.'

That's news that the institutionally pro EU membership for the UK, BBC won't be making headline news. Very off message...

Have the FBI been 'Caught In Another BIG Lie'?

The remarkable Bill Still says they have, what do you think?

Monday, 22 January 2018

UK growth upgrade could 'dwarf' Brexit hit per BBC News who turn this into a negative Brexit report and hide an inconvenient opinion at the very end

This report plays the anti Brexit tune in the approved BBC manner. However Jim O'Neil has another inconvenient opinion that must be hidden from the majority of the British public who won't read the whole article, so at the end is this:

'He said that President Donald Trump's reforms of the tax system and plans to loosen regulatory controls would boost the US economy.'

Now that's not something that the viciously anti President Donald Trump BBC will report in an article about President Donald Trump any time soon.

Sunday, 21 January 2018

Judge Jeanine on the FISA Memo but why do I not think the memo will be released

The general public aren't going to be allowed to read this memo, not a chance. The deep state have too much to lose.

Meanwhile does anyone else think that the budget impasse is maybe being pushed to keep the FISA Memo story off the news agenda?

#ReleaseTheMemo Trends on Twitter as Public and Politicians Demand Transparency on FISA Memo but the BBC aren't interested

The BBC are normally really quick to report what's trending on Twitter, so long as what's trending is in accordance with their world views.

So the news that
'#ReleaseTheMemo was a trending Twitter topic on Thursday evening as public concern over alleged Obama-era abuse of government surveillance power mounted.

The hashtag quickly accumulated over 300,000 tweets, trending worldwide and in the United States. 

Users took to social media to demand the release of a four-page memo currently circulating in Congress, allegedly revealing government surveillance abuses under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).'

As the BBC won't report such inconvenient news, you'll have to read more about this at Breitbart here

Lefty hypocrisy

The left were up in arms about President Donald Trump sharing a Britain First video, albeit via a re-tweet of an Anne Coulter tweet. The BBC joined in the attacks on President Donald Trump by publicising the protests.

Oddly I can't find the protests, or BBC coverage, when President Donald Trump posed with his wife and Dr Swee Ang who shared a video made by Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke. Thus is most odd. Surely the left should be up in arms about this link between President Donald Trump and the racist Klu Klux Klan. Surely the BBC should be alerting the world to the dangers of having a racist in the White House.

My mistake, it wasn't President Donald Trump, it was Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

'The Labour leader, centre, poses with his wife, left, and Dr Swee Ang, centre right, who shared a video made by Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke, and Hatem Bazian, right, head of Students for Justice in Palestine which a study said created 'a hostile climate toward Israel and Jews' on campus. '

You can see the photo here

Obviously Jeremy Corbyn's foibles and leanings are of no interest to the British public. The BBC will do their best to portray Jeremy Corbyn as a principled defender of justice and equality, regardless of the people he chooses to call his friends and/or associate with. The BBC's priority is ensuring a Labour government regardless of who leads it and how dangerous to the British people their policies might be.

Labour’s Hamas connection – Jeremy Corbyn

From 2015 in Politico

'James Thring, a notorious 9/11 "truther" and associate of the former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke, was allowed to take the stage at a pro-Palestinian event hosted by Corbyn in Parliament.In his five-minute speech, Thring — who has referred to "Jewish elders" controlling the world's financial markets — stated that a Palestinian army should be created, armed and equipped. He also boasted of having close connections to the Chinese authorities, whom he was also lobbying to provide weapons to the Palestinians.

When I questioned Corbyn about this at the time, he said that he had no prior knowledge that Thring was going to speak. The official speaker was, he said, running late, and Thring had taken the stage in his absence. Corbyn didn't respond to requests for comment for this article.

"This meeting took on a life of its own due to a late speaker," he told me at the time, "causing much administrative confusion."

But the fact that the platform fell naturally to Thring, and that he was not asked to step down from it, raises questions about the climate of the meeting.

Moreover, the headlining latecomer, Max Blumenthal, was not exactly moderate; it was he who created the hashtag #JSIL, to equate Jews with the Islamic State.'

Any pro Israel Jew should be under no illusion as to the stand that a Jeremy Corbyn led Labour government would take on the Middle East.

What would it it take for Labour’s moderates to revolt? Per Nick Cohen in Opinion in The Guardian

If you read only one article about the dangers posed by the Jeremy Corbyn led Labour Party, read this one by Nick Cohen in the Guardian

Here's an extract:

'As democracy and liberty come under attack, from Poland to the US, the salient point to remember about Leninists who stayed with communism after the fall of the Soviet Union is that they switched from embracing one form of totalitarianism to embracing every form of totalitarianism. Their grim journey took them from the decrepit Brezhnevian regime in Cuba to the religious reactionaries in Iran and Gaza via the national socialism ofSaddam Hussein's Iraq and Bashar al-Assad's Syria

Understand their authoritarian promiscuity and you understand their push to readmit George Galloway. For why shouldn't he have a hero's return? Labour is Galloway's party now. He was John the Baptist to Jeremy Corbyn's JC... '

Don't expect any coverage on the BBC who are not interested in unbiased reporting, preferring propagandising for their pals in the Labour Party.

Friday, 19 January 2018

CNN stunned as lifelong Democrats approve of President Trump’s first year in office

There's some views that the viciously anti President Donald Trump wouldn't want to be given airtime.

Interesting news relating to the Mueller Probe that won't be reported by the BBC

Fascinating viewing... But don't expect any coverage on the viciously anti President Donald Trump BBC.

When Marxists take over a political party why are purges surprising?

Guido Fawkes reports thus:

'Jeremy Corbyn does not reject Paul Mason's suggestion that Labour MPs should have the threat of deselect iron "hanging over them".

Quoted in a Guardian interview published yesterday, the Labour leader was asked directly about Mason's comments and replied:

"Look, [we] will look at democracy within the party and look at the process of selections. We should all be accountable all the time. I'm accountable to my party, I'm accountable to my constituency and I'm quite comfortable with that."

Corbyn has gradually changed his language on mandatory re-selection. He used to claim to oppose it, but has since hinted several times at ways of bringing it about (using boundary changes as a cover and openly discussing a rule change at conference). Implicitly endorsing Mason's comments is a step further, and with the Corbynistas in the ascendancy again after the NEC result the issue of compulsory re-selection is yet again the subject of Labour chatter this week (Corbynista influencers are now calling for it more loudly than ever). 

The purge is only just beginning…'

Why is this surprising? Purges are what Marxists carry out. That and the mass imprisonment and/or murder of those who don't slavishly agree with their policies.

Is Britain's future really that of Stalin's Soviet Union, Mao's China, Castro's Cuba or any of the other Marxist hell holes that the likes of Corbyn, McDonnell and Abbott so admire?

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Russia Destroys World’s First Drone Swarm Attack

Now the Islamist terrorists have drones capable of dropping mortar rounds on sites. This is scary stuff but the likes of the BBC won't inform you of such news.

Saturday, 13 January 2018

James O'Keefe Teases Next Undercover Twitter Video

#Shadowban has more to come on Monday. Could be interesting...

Are protecting young immigrants, aka "Dreamers", a moral imperative or a “critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success” ?

'The Center For American Progress (CAP) Action Fund circulated a memo on Monday calling illegal immigrants brought here at a young age — so-called “Dreamers” — a “critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success.”

The memo, co-authored by former Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri, was sent around to allies calling on Democrats to “refuse to offer any votes for Republican spending bills that do not offer a fix for Dreamers and instead appropriate funds to deport them.”

President Donald Trump’s administration moved to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy in September, which former President Barack Obama instituted through executive order to keep immigrants who came here as children from being deported.

 “The fight to protect Dreamers is not only a moral imperative, it is also a critical component of the Democratic Party’s future electoral success,” reads Palmieri’s memo, obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

“If Democrats don’t try to do everything in their power to defend Dreamers, that will jeopardize Democrats’ electoral chances in 2018 and beyond,” reads the memo. “In short, the next few weeks will tell us a lot about the Democratic Party and its long-term electoral prospects.”'

This story, reported by The Daily Caller, received no mainstream media, for which you can read left-wing, anti-President Trump and pro-US Democrat Party media, coverage. 

There's certainly been nothing about this on the President Trump hating BBC, who are still hurting over the defeat of Hillary Clinton in the last Presidential election.

An impartial news reporting organisation would report such a memo coming to light but the BBC is less interested in facts than advancing their narrative.

Open Banking 'revolution' to challenge banks' dominance per BBC News

This BBC report minimises fear of fraud and it took me a while to work out why.

So these warnings appears right down the report:

'NatWest, one of the banks ordered to be ready for the new system, has warned that fraudsters could mimic these firms to trick people into giving them access to their accounts.

Such a fraud could leave consumers at risk of losing their money.

New financial service providers are also expected to be targeted by hackers, although they must prove their robustness to regulators.

Gareth Shaw, of consumer group Which?, said: "Open banking has the potential to offer consumers more control of their finances and boost choice but it also comes with potential risks around data privacy and security.

"Regulators and industry must ensure that customers are properly protected from data breaches and scams, which is vital if consumers are to use these services with confidence and trust."'

But read on and the BBC's reasoning for not criticising the 'revolution' becomes clear. Hidden away near the end of the BBC report is this:

'The changes surrounding access to financial data have been introduced as the EU's second payment services directive comes into force in the UK.'

The EU cannot be directly criticised by the BBC, and anything negative about the EU must be minimised.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Twitter according to Project Veritas

A scary video but don't expect the politically correct MSM to show any interest in the story.

Dover Traffic at Record Levels per Guido Fawkes but not a word on the BBC

Guido Fawkes reports that:

'Freight volumes through the Port of Dover have reached record levels for the fifth consecutive year. The Port handled 2,601,162 lorries in 2017 – up on the previous record by almost 10,000 units. Bringing the total increase over the last five years to just under 650,000 units or 33% per cent. A source close to the shipping industry tells Guido: "the UK and Europe are each other's best customers…and trade always finds a way whatever the politicians decide. There is quiet confidence emerging across the industry."'

Obviously there's not a word about this story on the viciously anti Brexit BBC.

John Worboys: 'No plans' to review rape cases per BBC News

Once again the BBC manage to report on the John Worboys parole but not mention the name Keir Starmer.

'Almost 100 unprosecuted cases against sex attacker John Worboys will not be reviewed by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), it has emerged.

Lawyers representing Worboys' victims asked the CPS to review the 93 cases that the 60-year-old rapist was not prosecuted over.

One of his victims said it would be a "total scandal" if the additional cases were not reviewed.

The CPS said it had no plans to review its decision-making.'

More here but obviously no mention of Keir Starmer, after all senior Labour Party politicians must be protected from criticism unless absolutely unavoidable.

BBC 'deeply unimpressed' over Carrie Gracie pay jokes made by John Humphrys

'The presenter (£600k+ per year Humphrys) is then reported to have uttered a profanity and said that he was "still left with more [pay] than anybody else".'

Surely there's no place for Humphrys In the modern humourlessly politically correct BBC. Will the BBC jettison him or are the male, pale and stale so long as they perform a useful function for the BBC?

BBC report here

I wonder if the BBC's satirical programmes will dare to mention this subject or will they prefer to attack 'Trump' and Brexit?

Thursday, 11 January 2018

Worboys Victims Formally Ask CPS to Reassess 93 Unprosecuted Cases - will anyone at the BBC ask Keir Starmer for a comment?

Guido Fawkes reports on the letter being sent by lawyers to the CPS.

'Worboys was only prosecuted in respect of a small fraction of the allegations against him: 12 complainants out of some 105 in total whom, we understand made complaints to the police.

It is understood that the intention was that 'the indictment was not overloaded and that the case was as simple as it could be to present to a jury'.

In the course of the trial an additional four allegations emerged which were linked to Worboys. Furthermore, in the wake of media observations following the conviction an additional 45 incidents were reported of which 18 were linked to Worboys. The total number of allegations linked to Worboys upon the closure of the investigation was 105.

Victims were told Worboys would "not be coming out for a long time" and, as a result, it was not necessary to prosecute the serial rapist with another trial. To the extent that this was the CPS's expectation at the time, this has clearly not happened and this justification for not bringing further prosecutions has fallen away. We therefore formally request that the CPS make a public commitment to reconsidering the evidence in all Worboys cases with a view to further prosecution."'

What odds will you give me on the BBC asking Keir Starmer for a comment? Quite long as the BBC is not an independent news reporting company but the de facto propaganda arm of the Labour Party.

Last night a black pudding saved his life

'A butcher who became trapped in a walk-in freezer escaped thanks to a frozen black pudding.

Chris McCabe, 70, said he got trapped after the freezer door in his shop in Totnes, Devon, blew shut behind him.

Stranded in temperatures of -20C (-4F), with the door-release button frozen shut, he said he used the 1.5kg (3.3lbs) sausage as a battering ram on the release mechanism.

Mr McCabe said: "No-one could hear me banging. Black pudding saved my life."'

More here

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Michael Douglas issues pre-emptive denial over 'sex claim' per BBC News

The BBC report rather oddly that:

'Douglas said the woman was also alleging he "blackballed" her.'

Is blackballing some sort of perversion that I am not aware of?

UK manufacturing output at its highest for 10 years per BBC News who push a negative angle

This BBC report might be too positive, so the BBC try this line:

'While the manufacturing figures are good, it is important to note that the sector only makes up roughly 10% of the economy.'

When the manufacturing figures were bad, did the BBC make the same note? Somehow doubt that they did.

Tuesday, 9 January 2018

NUS ignore Jews?

The National Union of Students (NUS) missed out Judaism as an option in a survey question on students’ religions, just six months after the same omission was made on an earlier questionnaire.

In both instances, a question about students’ religions gave the following options: “Buddhist”, “Christian”, “Hindu”, “Muslim”, “Sikh”, “Spiritual”, “Agnostic”, “Atheist”, “Any other religion or belief”, “Other”, and “Prefer not to say”.

After the first omission in July, Shakira Martin, NUS president, said the situation would be dealt with.

Strangely this has not been reported by the BBC, I wonder why.

Will Oprah Winfrey heal America's divisions?

Oprah Winfrey - "And they just have to die!"

Feeling the healing? Don't expect the mainstream media to mention that comment should Oprah Winfrey run for President. The BBC will cheerlead for her all the way.

The deleting of emails from the Hillary Clinton server

Unbelievable? Actually very believable, but don't expect any reporting of this on the pro Hillary Clinton BBC.

Sadiq Breaks Police Numbers Pledge Amid Knife Epidemic

Re another broken promise from London Mayor Sadiq Khan, Guido Fawkes asks "How does he keep getting away with this?

It's bloody obvious how, the BBC functions as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party and so minimises negative coverage of the London Labour Mayor.

You can read Guido's coverage of another broken promise by Sadiq Khan here   You certainly won't read about it on the BBC.

Diesel car sales to plunge again this year, study warns per BBC News who manage not to report why sales of diesel cars so massively increased in the first place

This BBC report manages not to mention what caused the sales of diesel cars to massively rise in the first place, just saying this:

'The worst is yet to come for diesel cars which will see their sales continue to plunge, a study has warned.

Aston University predicts they will account for just 15% of the UK market by 2025, down from a 50% peak. '

I suppose that reminding people that it was Labour policies when in power that lead to a steep rise in the number of diesel cars sold would be disloyal to their Labour Party allies. The BBC's role as the propaganda arm of the Labour Party is clear and disgusting.

Toby Young resigns from university regulator per BBC News, note the language used

'Toby Young has resigned from the board of a new university regulator after criticism over controversial comments.


The right-wing journalist unreservedly apologised for his past comments which he said were "ill-judged or just plain wrong".'

Can you recall any journalist being described as left-wing by the BBC? If Tony Young is right-wing then how many Guardian, New Statesman and BBC journalists are left-wing?

BBC article here

Monday, 8 January 2018

BBC - the importance of second sourcing news?

11:04am: Chris Grayling tipped as new party chairman on Twitter.

11:40am: The BBC "confirms" Grayling's appointment.

11:47am: Number 10 say no appointment has been made.

11:57am: Brandon Lewis arrives at Number 10 to be appointed party chairman.

Can we trust the BBC to report facts rather than speculation as facts in future?

"Bernie Supporters Love the Republican Tax Plan"

This is the problem over and over again, people learn what's in a Republican (Conservative in the UK) policy from the biased media and so oppose that policy. That or they automatically oppose anything that comes from parties of the centre right.

In this particular instance I've said since Donald Trump entered the race to become Republican nominee that he was not really a Republican and that his economic policies had more in common with those of Bernie Sanders than those of most of the Republican Party.

Sunday, 7 January 2018

Germany coalition per BBC News

This whole BBC report including analysis by Damien McGuinness, BBC Berlin correspondent, and not even a single use of the word weak.

'More than three months have passed since the elections - the longest period of coalition-building Germany has ever known.It's not a crisis. And there is a caretaker government. But it does mean that important decisions about the future of Germany, and the EU, are on hold.'

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, is weak because she needs the support of the DUP but Mrs Merkel isn't, even though she's only head of a caretaker government? That's the wonder of the BBC's narrative.

Saturday, 6 January 2018

British singer Morrissey slams BDS movement as 'absurd' - bang goes BBC approval

'The BDS movement is "absurd," said British singer Morrissey, 58, in an interview with German magazine Der Spiegel, translated by the Jewish Chronicle.

The outspoken former frontman for The Smiths has performed in Israel several times, most recently last year at the Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv. He continued to rail against BDS, stating: "It is narrow-minded. Being politically correct is incorrect. It means forbidding the freedom of speech. This is how the BDS movement sounds to me."

His newest album, Low in High School, features two tracks which directly reference Israel: "The Girl from Tel Aviv Who Wouldn't Kneel," a song about Holocaust victim Etty Hillesum, and "Israel," which includes the lyrics "In other climes they bitch and whine/Just because you are not like them — Israel, Israel." '

More here at JPost but obviously not on the institutionally anti Israel BBC.

Friday, 5 January 2018

The BBC have '10 charts that show why the NHS is in trouble'

The BBC have '10 charts that show why the NHS is in trouble', can you guess what word you won't find in the 10 charts? Yes, immigration...

The BBC do report that:

'4. The UK's population is ageing

The ageing population is certainly a major factor - and it's one that all health systems in the world are struggling with. Medical advances have meant that people are living longer. When the NHS was created, life expectancy was 13 years shorter than it is now.'
But immigration is not a factor apparently, which seems odd to me.

Mind you I was slightly shocked to see the BBC report these two facts:

 Don't expect any BBC interviewers to raise these facts with their friends from the Labour Party though.

The BBC are quoting Labour's Yvette Cooper on the parole of John Warboys, they are still hiding the role Keir Starmer played

'Keir Starmer is still refusing to comment on his decision not to prosecute John Worboys for 75 further sex assaults. It falls to Guido to point out how extraordinary it is that a man with such a dire record as Director of Public Prosecutions is talked about as one of Labour's best talents. The below could have ended his career several times over.

Decided not to prosecute John Worboys for 75 sex assaults

Yet spent four years failing to prosecute 23 Sun journalists

Insisted on prosecuting Paul Chambers for making a light-hearted joke on social media (the infamous Twitter joke trial)

Failed to build a case against Jimmy Savile and forced to apologise after being damned by report into failings


Failed to prosecute police officer who killed newspaper vendor Ian Tomlinson

Ordered the CPS in Wales to drop the prosecution of a primary school teacher who had been accused of sexting a 16 year old boy, who went on to commit suicide


Accused of reopening a spurious sex abuse case involving a friend of Tom Watson – the accused was cleared in an hour

Chose not to prosecute two doctors accused of carrying out abortions on grounds of gender'

Guido Fawkes asks 'How long before he has to break his silence?'

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