If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.Malcom x
In this post you’ll find our original complaint to the BBC, their predictably dismal response and the dialogue that ensues. Can we prevail against the bureaucracy!!? Read on to find out…Continue reading “Complaint to the BBC on Environmental Article 19/12/20”
We write to complain about a piece BBC political editor Laura Kuennsberg delivered on BBC News at Ten on 17/11/2020. The subject of the piece was Keir Starmer’s decision to deny the parliamentary whip to Jeremy Corbyn and also appeared on the BBC website in article form – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-54996354
We believe Ms Kuennsberg’s piece was heavily skewed and violated impartiality guidelines.Continue reading “Complaint to the BBC on Laura Kuenssberg”
“A house divided against itself cannot stand…” wrote Abraham Lincoln. “I do not expect the Union to be dissolved-I do not expect the house to fall-but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing, or all the other.”
After the moribund post-Blairite years, Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of the Labour Party in 2015. Since then Labour, and the wider labour movement, has been ravaged by repeated schisms, along ideological fault-lines, for control of the party.
Now, with the new leadership team of Kier Starmer, a newly elected NEC and the prospect of three influential General Secretaries of Trade Unions stepping down in the coming months, the debate about the future of the Party has been reignited with a renewed sense of urgency.Continue reading “LABOUR: A HOUSE DIVIDED?”
As we were conducting research into individuals registered as donors to Keir Starmer, we encountered an intriguing anomaly. A donor to Starmer named Helen Rowe, on whom we have been unable to corroborate further details, had also donated £10,000 to an entity called The Labour Tribune MP’s Group.Continue reading “MARGARET BECKETT AND THE TRIBUNE GROUP: STARMER’S FIFTH COLUMN?”
We have previously documented the extraordinary campaign by Blairite elements of the Labour party and the corporate media to tar Jeremy Corbyn with the stigma of anti-Semitism (in spite of his lengthy record as an anti-racist campaigner including 50 occasions where he has stood with the Jewish community).
The double-standards employed to do so have been so shameless and Orwellian we feel compelled to document them.Read Full Article
Joe Biden’s mostly confirmed, bizarrely drawn out election “win” (still disputed, at time of writing, by giant toddler- sorry, incumbent President Donald Trump) was rightly greeted with relief virtually everywhere – and understandably so.Read Full Article
In the under-watched and underappreciated 2007 film 30 Days of Night, a coven of vampires invade a remote Alaskan outpost during the perpetual night of the Arctic winter. They methodically and ruthlessly cut-off all communication and connection to the outside world, trapping all those that Remain.
Unlike classical vampires, this incarnation manufacture their own hostile environment, where they can prey and feed upon an insular, isolated population without outside interference. In a week where legal bodies have issued stark warning of a looming Brexit dictatorship, the parallels do not need to be laboured.Continue reading “30 Years of Night: Priti Patel and Brexit”
At Prime Minister’s Questions on the 9th September 2020 Keir Starmer grilled Boris Johnson about problems with the coronavirus testing system, which had become so dysfunctional members of the public were being offered their “nearest test” hundreds of miles away.
Johnson used the phrase “NHS Test and Trace” no less than ten times in his responses and accused Starmer of “attacks on NHS test and trace”.
The Establishment media were apparently convinced by the PM’s bombast:Read Full Article
“Can Rishi Sunak Save the Economy from Covid-19?” asked the BBC at the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown. The tweet and accompanying video (which featured the Chancellor “literally handing cash to a line of unemployed people”) portrayed Sunak as Superman and was swiftly withdrawn after a torrent of users accused the BBC of state propaganda.Read Full Article