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I have been critical of the BBC for some time, and so do I and anyone else have a right to be as its supported by our TV licence fees. These at this time, March 2017, have just risen to £147 a year in April.


The bias is quite blatant, liberal left politically correct news coverage with the suppression of anything that could be contrary to this, or for that matter anything politically incorrect, contradicting man made global warming, or any of the other stuff the establishments wants to fill our heads with.


Big question is how far could it go, well read on. This really takes the biscuit.



Food for thought


Beginning of March 2017 the BBC website carried a headline with the biting question : “Are food bloggers fuelling racist stereotypes”.

“Food media is predominantly generated by white people for white people, so when the subject veers toward anything outside of the Western canon, it’s not uncommon to see things generalised, exotified, or misrepresented,” stated Filipino-American food and travel photographer Celeste Noche, whose understanding of cuisine is hopefully better than her understanding of English.

“I think microaggressions in social media are reflective of food media as a whole in that appropriation,” Ms. Noche said, citing photographs of Asian dishes placed on bamboo mats or framed with chopsticks and banana leaves as examples.

The Filipino-American singled out Andrew Zimmern as an offender on this front, accusing the food blogger of feeding into stereotypes by styling his recipe for Filipino short ribs with chopsticks “even though Filipinos traditionally eat with spoons and forks or their hands.

“We need to break away from the idea that white and western is the base standard for media portrayals – whether in food, film, literature, etc – and start trusting and hiring people of colour to represent themselves,” Ms. Noche added.


If you want to read this crap for yourself, here is the link:


The public broadcaster’s unit tasked with tracking stories which are ‘going viral’ on social media, BBC Trending, discussed racism in food blogging with Ms; Noche after she appeared on a podcast which garnered a total of 4 ‘likes’.

It is unclear where on the internet ‘The Racist Sandwich’ podcast, on which Ms. Noche shared her thoughts on the “exotified” depiction of ethnic dishes, was ‘trending’ as it has few followers on Twitter.





I wonder if Ms. Noch has considered seeking professional help?



A large proportion of material on the BBC unit’s YouTube page rallies for liberal causes like feminism, GLTG, transgender issues, and support for mass migration to the West.


The BBCs website has live news feeds, but anything which flies in the face of the liberal left, politically correct causes it supports disappears as quickly as it appears.


One particularly cold winder a satellite photo showed the whole of northern hemisphere under ice, it vanished overnight. Read through my various blogs on here, you will see it over and over again.




The BBC is paid for by our TV licence fees, and to add fuel to the flames an undercover investigation by the Daily Mail into TV licensing enforcement describes how ruthless bosses order staff to catch 28 people a week for bonuses of £15,000 a year

TV Licensing is actually a private company, Capita, which collects the licence fee on behalf of the BBC. The run an aggressive incentive scheme were hundreds of enforcement officers have orders to each catch 28 evaders a week.
They are promised bonuses of up to £15,000 a year, saying staff must gather evidence to take as many people to court as possible.


Tactics include spying through peoples windows, bullying, and even persuading people to take out licences who don't need one.


However, in law their so called officers only have the implied right of entry by your front gate to the front door, and this can be withdrawn if you so wish. As employees of a private company they have no official rights at all. They can obtain a search warrant only if they are able to produce evidence supporting the assertion that TV is being watched illegally. This is usually obtained by a detector.


You are under no legal obligation to answer any of their questions or even speak to them and you have the legal authority to order then off your premises.


I might mention that I haven't had a TV licence for years and never seen anyone. Maybe they don't like me.



So there we have it, racist sandwiches. You don't drive a supremacist white car do you? Or order black coffee? Remember the racist Robertson's jam? Or maybe your a fascist who votes Tory or UKIP. Now there is a word with an ever changing meaning.


No wonder we have an upsurge of right wing popularism when we get this crap thrown at us. I don't have a TV licence by the way, and yet to get a visit from the Gestapo, should be a bit of fun when they do arrive. Get pushy and they will have their first flying lesson, and wont need a plane.


Oh, yes, and I don't own a TV, I get enough biased rubbish of the BBC website. I don't want lefty politics, man made global warming, political correctness, homosexuality and all the other crap ramming down my throat.

A fair, impartial, and balanced article on the growth of Europe's far right - From the BBC!


Wonders will never cease, but actually written over 12 months ago. Only just found it.


Well worth reading:



This is priceless, get your popcorn out!


Mind, I expect that other feminists were uneasy about her anyway as she not only didn't come from their cloning factory, but not even a lesbian.




8th March 2017


Haidar Hamid was today jailed for life, with a minimum term of five years for attempting to cut a mans head off at a Hull Mosque and Islamic Centre.

The intended victim was saved by a shopping centre security guard and a worshipper who was there.

Hamid held a knife to the hostage’s throat and a Stanley knife behind his back. As the hostage bled out from his cuts, Hamid pushed his head to the floor and shouted: “Are you going to pray now?”

Security guard, Ebrima Touray, had a fellow worshipper distract Hamid while he grabbed the knife from him.

When Hamid was interviewed by the police after the incident, he was asked why he had a knife, to which he replied: “To cut his head off.”


How much coverage on the BBC website?

Answer on a postcard.

Marine Le Pen


In sharp contrast to Trump and Farage this lady does it well. She has a great personal charisma and charm and is a very skilled politician who can deal with the most hostile media giving as good or often better back but with a quiet politeness and wit which does her great credit.


BBC have a review on her here, which is extremely good, well written, and surprisingly impartial.


Could BBC be turning over a new leaf, well..........................


True to form


Last week they had at least two separate features on transgender issues. My research only found figures for the USA which indicated 0.3% of the population, and I am dubious about that. I have spoken to transvestites and it appears that this is a different thing, in effect a sexual fetish, and I wonder if there is a confusion?


Speaking personally it is a subject in which I have zero interest, and I probably echo the majority of people, but we all know that majorities don't count for anything. I did feel a mild interest so started reading up about it in Wiki, but fell asleep half way through it.


Of course, while the Beeb were banging on about TG issues the riots, shootings and bombings going on in the world received no mention.



and more


A group of 72 MPs have written to the BBC accusing it of being pessimistic and skewed in its Brexit coverage - in the months since the vote on the EU.
In a letter to the director general, they said the BBC is "unfairly representing" Leave voters by focusing on those who regret their decision.
The MPs warned the future of the BBC "will be in doubt" if it is not seen as a impartial broker.




BBC3 "Is Disney sexist"


Get a life, or just GFY


and more


The new series of Doctor Who will see the Time Lord joined by his first openly gay companion.

Bill Potts's sexuality will be revealed pretty much straightaway in her second line of dialogue when the show returns to BBC One on 15 April.
"It shouldn't be a big deal in the 21st Century. It's about time isn't it?" Pearl Mackie, who plays Bill, told the BBC.

"That representation is important, especially on a mainstream show."

She added: "It's important to say people are gay, ...."





May 2017


In line with its usual annoying rhetoric style of "Can this, could that, will this and would that, should this and shall that they have really surpassed themselves.


This “impartial” broadcaster, has labelled U.S. President Donald Trump’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey as “highly suspicious”, running several articles and bulletins drawing comparisons with the Watergate scandal which brought down President Richard Nixon in 1974.
In an article on the BBC News website, titled “Did President Trump fire James Comey as part of a cover-up?”, the corporation’s senior North America reporter Anthony Zurcher speculates that “the abruptness and timing of Mr Comey’s dismissal, to put it mildly, is highly suspicious”.


And all on the basis of a fake document and unfounded and unproven allegations!


With so much alternative media available, its about time to pull the plug on this outfit. and save everyone £145 a year in licence fees.


June 2017


A police woman was stabbed to death in an attack in Jerusalem and the three perpetrators shot dead, the same way that we deal with them here in a terrorist attack.
Good old BBC reported it as “Three Palestinians killed after deadly stabbing in Jerusalem,” later after complaints the news organization changed the headline to, “Israeli police woman stabbed to death in Jerusalem.”

Following Sunday the BBC issued the following statement: “We accept that our original headline did not appropriately reflect the nature of the events and subsequently changed it. Whilst there was no intention to mislead our audiences, we regret any offence caused.”

Israel and its supporters have long complained about biased and misleading headlines on stories in the press abroad about terrorist attacks in Israel.
For instance, in the attack at the Damascus Gate in February 2016 that killed Hadar Cohen, the headline on the initial CBS story was “3 Palestinians killed as daily violence grinds on.” About 90 minutes later, and after numerous complaints, that headline was changed to this: “Israeli police kill 3 alleged Palestinian attackers.” And after further protests, it was again changed to “Palestinians kill Israeli officer, wound another before being killed.”


Interesting new turn of events is that anti Semitism, a particularly vile form of racism, has long been associated with the extreme right. Now it appears that the goal posts have moved and it is the hard left and their fellow travellers, it even rears its ugly head in the Labour party.



More slant


There is a Conservative website Breitbart News, OK it is politically slanted, what I have just said.
However, good old BBC keep referring to it as “far right” and “extremist”.

Fact. It was founded by a man named Breitbart which is why it’s called Breitbart News. The man is Jewish and the website was founded in Israel. Far Right it certainly is not, if you want far right try British National Party and similar.

What it does report on is the kind of stuff BBC filters out, which probably why BBC doesn’t like it. Well that and the fact that as far as lefties are concerned anything right of centre is “far right” or even “Fascist”.
Strangely the BBC keep asking Breitbart London’s Editor Raheem Kassam for interviews.
Guess what his answer is.

You can take a look at Breitbart and make up your own mind:

By way, there is a Breitbart Israel as well. Funny old “far right”.



Diversity to Die For


A Channel 4 drama set in the Islamic State has been described by Colonel Richard Kemp, a former COBRA committee member and commander of British forces in Helmand, Afghanistan,  as “as good an English-language jihadist recruiting video as any I’ve seen"


Part 2 opens on the male recruits cruising through the desert armed to the teeth and grinning from ear to ear, and goes on to show the jihadist territory’s enemies slaughtering infants and ends with a female ISIS doctor actually given time to make an unanswered case for the Islamic State at the end of the programme.

“Jihad is struggle. It’s dedication, it’s honesty, selflessness. It’s compassion. It’s perseverance. It’s battle,” she begins.

“Most sisters who come from the land of kuffar, when they arrive here they expect perfection, when the truth is, [the Islamic State] isn’t perfect,” she continues, before excusing what little unpleasantness has been shown so far.

“It’s a new state and it has its problems. But instead of finding fault, why not put your efforts towards improving it?

“We are the first generation to ever migrate to this blessed land, and that means that we will never enjoy the fruits of it … but don’t forget, it’s not the hardship that matters. It’s the final rewards from Allah.

“The Islamic State is the state of the Muslims and we are responsible for making it grow and flourish. So if we aren’t aiding it, who are we to criticise those who are working tirelessly to improve it?








Will the BBC report stuff like this? You aught to be on the stage!


The day that the BBC gives gives honest, factual, unbiased reporting will be the day England wins the World Cup again.


The true story actually gets worse.


A so-called ‘cultural mediator’ at a migrant reception centre in Italy has caused outrage with his comments on rape following attacks on tourists from Poland and Peru in Rimini, Italy.

Abid Jee wrote that rape was “a worse act, but only at the beginning, when the willy goes in, then the woman becomes calm and you enjoy it like normal intercourse” on Facebook after a Polish couple and a Peruvian transsexual were attacked by four men thought to be North African migrants, according to the Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata (ANSA) wire service.


BBC is usually quite strong on 'rights', especially women's rights, but only when it suits it seems.












Unbiased media


Take a look at the two screenshots below and decide what's wrong. Answers on a postcard, but not sent to me, send to the BBC Complaints Dept which is no doubt short staffed.






Brexit Party Triumph and the BBC


Ann Widdecombe is priceless: she tells BBC, “we came first, whether you like it or not!”


And like it they don't. We had the car crash Andrew Marr interview with Nigel Farage whereby Marr tried every trick in the book by trying to twist Farage's past statements around in respect of everything from climate change to Lord knows what. In Farages own words:


 "I anticipated a tough and free-flowing interview about the Brexit Party, our candidates, their strikingly different backgrounds, our campaign, and the merits of MEPs and the EU elections.

Instead, shortly after the interview began, Marr produced a piece of paper and started reading scripted questions relating to things I allegedly said or thought years ago – "


We all know the European Elections and how it went, but the good old BBC managed to concoct this.



OK so what's wrong with it.


Well, looking at it the main political parties polled 23.2% between them. The little chart takes no account whatsoever of the percentage of voters who put party loyalty before Brexit. Come to think of it, possibly some Lib Dems as well, who knows. Obviously, BBC have worked very hard to put a different slant on the election result.


Hang on though, wait a minute. Errm, isn't the Tory party a Brexit Party. I mean by official policy. The reason why Anna Soubry walked out on them. Its just that they have made a damn mess of it?


Mike Gapes left the Labour party saying he was "furious that the Labour leadership is complicit in facilitating Brexit



Murky waters.








  I don't pay a TV licensing fee because I don't own a TV. So I get the threatening letters as below.










Latest letter is "You are under investigation" Well its about time that the BBC was put under investigation. What it needs is a public inquiry into how the news is presented by them and how licence fees are collected.





And again... it gets worse


Tuesday 18th June 2019 and we have a totally .. and rather obviously biased Tory leadership debate.

Amongst the questioners were an anti-Israel imam who blames women for rape, and a Labour activist, both of whom had previously posted grossly offensive comments on social media, both since thrown out of their jobs.

Front runner Boris Johnson was never allowed to finish answering questions due to endless interruptions by an obviously biased female moderator Emily Maitlis.


The whole disgraceful episode was quite obviously rigged from start to finish.


It is suggested that the final two contenders could boycott further BBC coverage as a result - including a planned Question Time programme and one-to-one interviews.. Well I have abetter idea, why don't we all boycott this disgraceful institution.


I say it again; A public inquiry now!


Quite a bit of sense here and worth a read:


and yet it isn't the BBC itself as an institution that is at fault, its a lot of the people who have 'moled' their way into working there.

They really need rooting out.

When it wants to, the BBC can come up with something totally honest about some of the most sensitive fundamental issues.


You need to read this:


BBC Hate Crimes


1/ Liberal/left bias against anything they don't like with anyone they don't like facing a 'stacked deck' audience and openly hostile interviewer/moderator..


2/ Abolition of free TV licences for the over 75s. Maybe they don't like pensioners and see them all as BREXIT supporters.


3/ Defence of wannabe acid thrower 'comedienne' Jo Brand


4/ Persecution of the law abiding who don't need a TV licence by their TV Licensing goons, Capita, a private company. See my above


5/ Support for anything anti Israel event to the point of giving terrorist sympathisers a fair hearing



TV Licensing


This is what I get, and don't even own a television.








This has got to stop. Its the harassment of innocent law abiding citizens by a private company, Capita.


The government should act now, its what they promised to do.


A wind of change

The BBC now as a new director general Tim Davie who appears to be committed to driving out the notorious political bias and giving value for money. So hopefully we shall see an end to the lefty bias and agitprop programs, a platforming Islamic extremism, anti Semitic Israel bashing, and minority obsession. Time will tell.