Category: Big Brother

Jul 18

US election meddling; Russia or the UK?

Presidents Trump & Putin at the news conference following their historic summit.

So President Donald Trump mixed up his ‘would’ and his ‘wouldn’t’? Apparently it happened in the press conference after his summit meeting with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. No collusion, but hacking According to the BBC, Mr Trump insisted there was ‘no collusion at all’ between his campaign and Russia. Mr Putin laughed at the suggestion. …

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May 02

Foreign affairs news and op-ed round-up

A round-up of recent foreign affairs stories mostly from alternative media. All links will automatically open in a new tab. No need to ‘Right-Click’. 01/05/2018 Syria: The Cycle of Lies by Thierry Meyssan (on VoltaireNet) 01/05/2018 It’s taken a week for Diana Darke to slag off ‘That Trip’ she went on to Syria with Baroness Cox, whom …

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Apr 25

BBC Newsnight on ‘information warfare’

Gabriel Gatehouse seeing everything through a bottle

BBC Newsnight was busy wheeling out the anti-Russian hacks last night. First up was its reporter Gabriel Gatehouse with a very well-produced and thoroughly disingenuous video.  Do watch it.  (All our links open in a new tab automatically.) Mr Gatehouse saw all sorts of dodgy images literally through what we were supposed to understand was …

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Apr 25

Tom Daley and Dustin are not ‘having a baby’ – as Commonwealth says ‘No’ to gay rights

Tom Daley (Left) and Dustin Lance Black (right) held a 'baby shower' party last weekend.

Failed Olympic Diver Tom Daley and American screenwriter Dustin Lance Black are not ‘having a baby together.’ According to the Metro newspaper, the two held a ‘baby shower’ over the weekend.  That’s when you invite your friends around, feed them and receive gifts for your baby. And in this case, you wear the sort of …

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Feb 01

Ofsted targets ‘fundamentalists’

Amanda Spielman, head of Ofsted

According to the BBC, England’s chief inspector of schools is targetting what she calls ‘fundamentalists’ and ‘religious extremists’. Amanda Spielman, head of Ofsted, says some community leaders see schools as vehicles to ‘indoctrinate impressionable minds’. They use schools to narrow children’s horizons and ‘pervert education’, she says. Some schools even promote ‘extremist ideology’. She is …

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Aug 17

No More Boys and Girls in BBC2’s brave new world

No more boys and girls, said BBC2, sending Dr Javid Abdelmoneim in a class of seven year-olds to alter their thinking.

Straw man (or should that be person?) arguments and some duplicitous thinking characterised BBC’s No More Boys and Girls last night.  Here’s a report in the Daily Telegraph. The headteacher of Lanesend Primary School on the Isle of Wight, Mrs Caroline Sice, allowed the film crew into a class of seven-year-olds, taught by one Graham Andre. …

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Aug 07

‘Hurtful’ National Trust in Rainbow Row

National Trust goes gay with 6-colour homosexual rainbow badges and lanyards.

The National Trust is in a row over the promotion of homosexuality after volunteers refused to wear homosexual equality symbols. The National Trust is Britain’s leading conservation charity. It exists, according to its most recent Annual Report, to protect ‘the nation’s heritage and open spaces … for everyone to enjoy’. It operates in England, Wales …

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Jul 13

Medway Council took children because home ‘untidy’

Councillor Alan Jarrett, leader of Medway Council

A local authority took two children into care because a house was ‘untidy’, a mother has told Christian Voice. And now, seven years later, Medway Council are trying to send the mother to prison for speaking out about her case.  This is despite both children now being over eighteen.  Care proceedings end at eighteen. Medway …

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Jun 13

Tories promise family courts reform

This protest at Edward Timpson's home in May, led to a manifesto commitment on reform of the family courts

The Conservative Party promised reform of the family courts in their manifesto following a rooftop protest. It is of course open to argument whether the manifesto commitment was a response to the protest at the home of Edward Timpson.  Mr Timpson was Minister of State for Vulnerable Children and Families in the previous government.  It follows he …

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