Tag: Tony Blair

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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Dec 18

What kind of Brexit?

Theresa May has stated Britain will leave the EU's Single Market after Brexit. Does the May Deal do that?

There is everything to pray for as her majesty’s ministers meet today and tomorrow to discuss what kind of Brexit they will propose to the European Union as negotiations move onto the UK’s trading relationship with the EU. The BBC’s Norman Smith says some ministers, ‘like Chancellor Philip Hammond and Home Secretary Amber Rudd’ want …

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Jul 27

BBC unwatchable on Gay Jubilee

Broadcasting House, headquarters of the BBC

Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the legalisation of sodomy. Consequently, the BBC will be unwatchable and unlistenable for a week at least. Especially today, all BBC channels will be awash with ‘Gay Britania’.  It is exactly fifty years since the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act 1967. BBC reflecting the Establishment One can argue …

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May 06

Tories setting up to bomb Syria

The Conservatives are seriously thinking of asking Tornado pilots to bomb government facilities in Syria

The Conservatives are considering a manifesto pledge to hold a Commons vote to bomb government facilities in Syria, reports the Guardian. The paper says the commitment would only take effect if there were another gas attack.  But the fear is it would encourage ‘false flag’ events by rebel jihadist forces. ‘Assad must go’ hysteria A lot …

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Mar 24

Treaty of Rome: signed where and why?

The BBC's David Willey attended the signing on behalf of Reuters news agency

European Leaders are gathering in Rome, the Emperor Hadrian’s ‘Eternal City’, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome.  The Treaty was signed on 25th March 1957. The champagne quaffing will however be somewhat tempered by the imminent arrival of That Article 50 Letter.  UK Prime Minister Theresa May is set to start the Brexit process …

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Jan 30

BMA predicts ‘pregnant man’ craze by banning ‘mothers’

'Freddy' with what appears to be a dog

The BMA predicted the ‘pregnant man’ craze by issuing absurd advice to doctors last year banning the use of the term ‘expectant mother’ in favour of ‘pregnant person’ so as not to offend transsexuals. The advice was published in a BMA internal booklet: “A guide to effective communication: inclusive language in the workplace”. Gender-neutral The …

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Jan 27

Theresa May to meet Donald Trump

Tam Dalyell, who died yesterday

Today the Rt Hon Theresa May MP becomes the first world leader to meet President Donald Trump. The media is obsessed with their probable discussions on trade. The UK exports more to the US than we buy from them, so it could get tricky. But trade deals often focus on tariffs or the lifting of …

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Nov 26

Pray for Donald Trump

The Bible tells us to pray for our leaders, but there is an urgent need to pray for Donald Trump, especially as he embarks on his ‘Thank You’ tour with all the security challenges that presents. TRUMP IS NOT YET ‘PRESIDENT-ELECT’ Despite the generous words of President Obama, Donald Trump is not yet, at this …

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