December 11th, 2013

Tory MP Rob Wilson Slams Patten Statement
“A Cynically-Timed” Attempt to “Cover Lord Patten’s Back”

Tory MP Rob Wilson is not very happy with the BBC Trust statement:

The BBC Trust’s statement is a cynically-timed attempt to kill a growing story and cover Lord Patten’s back.

The issue has never been whether or not Nick Pollard judged that Mark Thompson was unaware of the Savile allegations while he was Director-General of the BBC. That is not what he wrote in the Pollard Inquiry report. The issue is whether there was, as Nick Pollard concluded, ‘no reason to doubt’ that Thompson knew nothing of the Savile allegations.

Having acknowledged the existence of Helen Boaden’s testimony that she informed Thompson that Savile had been investigated for sexual abuse, a direct contradiction of Thompson’s version of events, both the BBC Trust and Pollard continue to stand by his finding that there was zero reason to doubt Thompson’s account. The only logical implication of this is that they regard Helen Boaden, then the BBC’s most senior female executive, as an inferior and less credible witness than Mr Thompson.

This is a baffling, indeed worrying position that neither Pollard or the BBC Trust have attempted to explain. They must do so without delay. If they are right, it raises serious questions about Ms. Boaden’s fitness to continue as the BBC’s Head of Radio.

Until Pollard and the Trust fully address the issue rather than try to dodge it, it will remain apparent that the Pollard Review contains a major error which Mr Pollard freely acknowledges in his unguarded private conversations, but shamefully refuses to own up to in public.

It appears, despite a terrible 12 months, the BBC Trust has learnt nothing about openness and transparency and continues to behave like an organisation accountable only to itself.

Newsnight are on the case. Lets hope there’s not another cover up…


  1. 1
    BBC says:

    FU Guido!

    • 15

      Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden, Boaden…

      How many times do we have to repeat it? Why hasn’t anyone asked? If they are not covering up, why are they attempting to make it look as if they are covering it up, FFS?

      What did she tell Mark Beardy Git?

      Let us hear it!

      • 36
        Casual Observer 5 says:

        They seem to be wanking on about Boaden in order to now distract this scandal into one of a sexist scandal. Helen was a weak useless woman who did her duty and now should be sacrificed so people afterwards can complain about that and get her reinstated, forgetting about Savile and Patten’s lies.

        Problem is, people will want to see her destroyed, and then resume the feasting on Fatty Pang’s ripe carcass.

        Game on.

        • 44

          As a nonentity, Boaden is paid £455,000 gross. That is truly gross, but I digress.

          If her story is believed, then that destroys the credibility of Mark Thompson. OK, you might argue that is worth even less than the virginity of Britney Spears, the prudence of Gordon Brown or the wit of Eddie Izzard. That is entirely a matter for you. :-)

          Even the destruction of this loathsome reptile is just a footnote. What it would begin to establish, even to the myopic amongst our society is that the BBC is incapable of being run in an ethical way. One might as well put Fred Goodwin in charge of the Bank of England.

          Even Fatty Pang is just another cog in this uncontrollable Leviathan which passed beyond the point of net usefulness some decades ago.

          • Ace of Spades says:

            Yep, it should be broken up and sold off. Thatcher never had the balls to do it, but stupid Dave could.

          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            Boaden was clearly engaging in the protect-her-own-arse gambit, and from a corporate point of view did the right thing. (Why she did not go public before, or indeed report to the police is a separate matter for her to answer when the spotlight properly starts shining).

            Mark Thompson has less credibility than an ethical co-op bank board member.

            My only point above is that she is likely to be sacrificed in order to distract.

            Why is Thompson being protected ?

            There must be a deeper reason why an awful lot of credibility has been burned in order to protect his unworthy hide.

            Why on earth is the NY Times still employing him ?

          • Sunderland is a Labour ghetto thats why its shyte says:

            SC you are here,there and everywhere baby thts where your at flying across the country in your hippie hat.

          • Sunderland is a Labour ghetto thats why its shyte says:

            The time for the BBC to be broken up is long past and if this Government had any guts it would have started the process long ago.If people wish to be ivolved with it then make it subscription only or beteer still reduce the licence fee by at least 20per cent with it frozen for ten years so that it can be put in order.It is long past its sell buy date.

          • Mr Weetabix (and NSA) says:

            ‘Boaden is paid £455,000 gross’
            What! For the love of God tell me that’s not true.

          • Vlad the Loudhailer says:

            A classic example of public sector lying and nobody taking any responsibility and everyone continuing to draw a fat salary courtesy of the taxpayer.

            Appalling, this is not public service but public theft.

          • Jen The Blue says:

            I agree with Mr. S Cat.

          • Ace of Spades says:

            Is the S for Mr Slim Cat ?

  2. 2
    Back1woodsman says:

    Top work Fawkes, keep at ‘em !

  3. 3
    The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

    Newsnight. Job Done.

    • 45
      walking into darkness says:

      with a million things wrong in this country I suppose you have to root out the corrupt one at a time, this is a very good start. Next up if you please, Blair, Brown, Mandelson, Branson, Ted Heath ( I know he’s dead but he deserves exhumation to go on a show trial) Leon Brittan, Hague, Baroness Ashton, Nick Clegg, Balls etc etc

  4. 4
    Podiceps says:

    ‘… continues to behave like an organisation accountable only to itself …’
    It is organisation accountable only to itself, as we have seen time and time again. It belongs to the elite, and the elite are invulnerable. Wish they weren’t. but it is so.

  5. 6
    BBC Africa?? says:
    • 7
      The Bongo Bongo Corporation says:

      If there is a BBC Africa, which is ridiculous anyway, why did the BBC fly another 120 out from Britain to do a job that “BBC Africa” does anyway?

      • 19
        Carruthers says:

        Because the BBC clearly doesn’t think that their African colleagues are up to the job.

        The BBC is racist.

        Just like all ‘progressives’.

        • 48
          walking into darkness says:

          BBC isn’t racist, white tv presenters can get away with fiddling with kids too

  6. 8
    william says:

    Pollard, guilty of incompetence. Patten, guilty of covering up incompetence. Clearly, the BBC Trust has no idea of the role of non executive directors holding the executive directors to account. Patten has deliberately colluded in an executive cover up. He should be chairman of a tax payer controlled bank.

    • 25
      This Fatt'un says:

      Is there one available? I could add to my long list of chairmanships. Fuck me, at this rate I’ll end up with more pensions than Neil Kinnock.

    • 27
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Whats that criminal thing about ‘perverting the course of justice’ – I didn’t state allegedly either?

  7. 9
    Anonymous says:

    He’s still on the crapper?

  8. 10
    A sane person on this site?!? says:

    Wow this is one dull dull story that you have been banging on about all day.

  9. 12
    Man from the street says:

    There is hope yet.

  10. 13
    Hamish says:

    “The issue has never been whether or not Nick Pollard judged that Mark Thompson was unaware of the Savile allegations while he was Director-General of the BBC. That is not what he wrote in the Pollard Inquiry report. The issue is whether there was, as Nick Pollard concluded, ‘no reason to doubt’ that Thompson knew nothing of the Savile allegations.”

    How many double negatives can you spot in the above?

    • 30
      Blowing Whistles says:

      I am sure that the finest judicial brains in the land can see their way to not ‘seeing’ any of it.

      The hear no, speak no, see no – mobsters who are the judiciary.

  11. 14
    Aye right says:

    “The issue has never been whether or not Nick Pollard judged that Mark Thompson was unaware of the Savile allegations while he was Director-General of the BBC. That is not what he wrote in the Pollard Inquiry report. The issue is whether there was, as Nick Pollard concluded, ‘no reason to doubt’ that Thompson knew nothing of the Savile allegations.”

    How many double negatives can you spot in the above?

  12. 16
    man about the mouse says:

    Rolf Harris and Stuart Hall, mere minnows thrown to the wolves whilst the really big fish still swim free to kiddy fiddle. The same will happen here, a minor head will roll to keep the pressure off the big boys.

    • 24
      Podiceps says:

      Before the BBC Television Centre at Wood Lane was shut down, when I walked past there I used to see queues of excited children waiting outside the gate. Now that I know what happened to them when they went in, the place seems like the hillside at Hamelin, in which a door opened and the Pied Piper led in the dancing children of the town, never to be seen again.

      I’m glad it’s closed. It should be razed, and the site sown with salt.

      • 34
        Scipio Africanus says:

        Fucking great idea.

      • 38
        Blowing Whistles says:

        Abraham Lincoln

        “You can fool some of the people for some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people for all of the time.”

        I like that saying – especially nowadays – when governments ‘speak’ ad infinitum of being open and transparent … hold on a minute … they actually say we must be ‘more’ open and ‘more’ transparent [e.g. Jack Strawman]; which of course means that they have all been lying through their forked-tongues.

      • 89
        Don't call me Shirley says:

        When you say “Wood Lane was shut down”, shirley you meant “Wood Lane was sold off so the BBC could rent parts of it back to be used as a `creative hub’ housing BBC Studios, BBC Worldwide and Post Production facilities…”

        • 102
          Podiceps says:

          Didn’t know that. It’s like black mould, you think you’ve scrubbed it all off but soon it comes creeping back.

          • Those were the days my friend - but they ended says:

            Not if you don your Marigolds and use neat bleach on all the dodgy surfaces.

  13. 21
    News Shite says:

    Our interns are out buying the whitewash at this very moment.

  14. 26

    At the time of my birth, I was the 2.5 billionth person alive on this planet.

    Now there are 7 billion of us.

    What is fucking going on?

    • 32
      The BBC causes serious mental illness says:

      Lots of shagging.

      • 43
        donald mcronald says:

        Sc clearly isn’t getting ANY judging from his limpdick efforts on here. That’s if you don’t count the occasional handjob from his sausage fingered, Croatian homehelp.

        • 47

          I really do feel so for your poor father. He must have worked really hard to produce some 300 million or more sperm.

          Yet after that supreme effort of human will, he had to go and get a сunt like you.

      • 69
        salmondnet says:

        But mostly not on this island, where the population has hardly increased except through extended life span and immigration.

    • 33
      Anonymous says:


    • 53
      Mine d'Boggles says:

      Yes, that IS the problem.

    • 62
      Casual Observer 5 says:

      Labour postal voting affecting world census figures ?

    • 146
      Soylent Green says:

      It’s called non-sustainable exponential growth, encouraged by overseas aid from the 1st world, courtesy of hard-working tax-payers, via idiots such as Cameron.

  15. 39
    BBC History says:

    ” It appears, despite a terrible 12
    months, the BBC Trust has learnt
    nothing about openness and
    transparency and continues to
    behave like an organisation
    accountable only to itself.”

    This is the case and it must change!

  16. 41
    BBC History says:

    ” Newsnight”? Newshite!

  17. 42
    F**k the LibLabCon says:

    The BBC is a fucking disgrace!

  18. 46
    Owen Jokes says:

    Chris, can I push your stool in? x

  19. 49
    Fishy says:

    I’ll repost this in response to the question, who were the secret four:

    Perm any 4 from this lot:

    1.Lord Patten, Chairman: BBC apologies and wanker

    2.Diane Coyle, Vice Chairman: Former BBC presenter, married to Beeboid, Rory Cellan-Jones. Former Economics editoe with the (not so) Independedent

    3.Sonita Alleyne: Former BBC journalist and presenter

    4.Richard Ayre: Worked for the BBC for nearly 30 years was Contoller of Editorial policy, during which time he got round the prohibition of appearances by the IRA by using actors voices

    5.Alison Hastings, Trustee for England: Media consultant and Chair of the BBCs Audience Council to identify the needs and concerns of viewers and listeners (cough)

    6.David Liddiment: Ex Head of Entertainment at the BBC and now Creative Director of the independent production company ‘all3media’ which produces programmes for the BBC including ‘Horrible Histories and the White Queen

    7.Bill Matthews, Trustee for Scotland: Described as ‘the BBC’s mystery man in Scotland’ and ‘elusive’, a non-beeboid that hold many non executive, this-that-and-the-other posts across the public sector. Was another BBC Audience Council member

    8.Aideen McGinley, Trustee for Northern Ireland: Spent a lifetime in the public and third sectors. Former member of BBC Northern Ireland Appeals Advisory Committee (whatever that is)

    9.Elan Closs Stephens, Trustee for Wales: According to the BBC, A ‘career academic’. ‘Many of the leading lights of today’s broadcasting environment started their careers under Elan’s tutelage at the University of Aberystwyth where she is Professor of Communications and Creative Industries. Held a number of public sector appointments including S4C the BFI and the British Council

    10.Suzanna Taverne: A non-beeboid who has worked in the public and private sector, but another who has worked for the Independent and the pink one

    11.Lord Williams: Former BBC World Service Editor, UN Diplomat, Former Spad to Robin Cook and Jack Straw. Now a Labour Peer

    12.Vacant: It could be you….but if you’re not a BBC / Labour Party insider forget it!

    Place your bets. I’ll go with number 2, 11, 4 and 9

    • 54

      A good, well informed list.

      There are other candidates too, mostly departed now: Sue Inglish, Mark Byford, Roly Keating, Mark Kortekaas, Richard Sambrook, Erik Huggers, Jay Hunt and others I can’t remember.

      In truth, they are all like peas in a pod.

    • 56
      Cinna says:

      Nepotism, incest…the Beeb has all the vices.

      • 65
        i don't n eed no doctor says:

        The BBC is said to be respected worldwide for it’s programmes, maybe it’s because it has internal experience of hypocrisy, perversion, lying, wasting money, jobs for the boys, arrogance, slander, just to name a few.

    • 128
      (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

      How many are Common Purposeoids?

      • 130
        Actually says:

        Most of those mentioned are CP. The others are fellow travellers. Whoever imagines that communism was defeated in 1989, has no concept of reality.

  20. 51
    pattenly useless says:

    But Patten surrendered Hong Kong to China exactly as instructed. He is an untouchable.

    • 159
      Those were the days my friend - but they ended says:

      The lease ran out so the territory was returned to its rightful owners. Didn’t they teach you history in your bog standard comp?

  21. 55
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    The BBC lives in the past.
    Patten, you and your cronies can spin but you can’t hide.

  22. 57
    Ctesibius says:

    They’ll all be ‘stepping aside’ like a bunch of deranged Irish folk singers.

  23. 58
    Mandela lived to 95. Suck it up, apartheid fans says:

    Hi racist hate filled righties. I love how you like to call others nasty when I read comments here about how it was ok for Pinochet to have thousands of people murdered because they were “lefties”. There was a delightful comment the other day about what a pity it was that Miliband’s father didn’t commit infanticide. Granted, Miliband is a twat, but it does throw into sharp relief what rather vile people you are when simply holding different politics is grounds for wanting that person dead.

    Cue lots of terribly witty and imaginative comments calling me a leftie gay beeboid fan of Stalin. Go on, knock yourself out.

    • 64
      One of Labour's beloved Muzzbots says:

      Kill gays! Kill j3ws! Death! Death! Death!

      Genitally mutilate your daughters! R@pe white girls!

      Subjugate women! Oppress the unbelievers!

      And remember: it’s only Righties who are nasty.

      • 132
        Actually says:

        Perhaps he needs a ‘good’ old style Mandela necklacing? It worked on the 50,000+ Mandela ordered to be murdered.

        • 134
          Such a nice fellow says:

          There is also the tiny matter of the ANC torture and death camps, set up by Mandela in Angola. Which his ANC used to extract information on those who were against the ANC, so they could be targeted and murdered.

    • 66
      Fabians are Evil says:

      What are you going to do when you leave school laddie?

    • 70
      Casual Observer 5 says:

      Mandela killed quite a few in his time, and lived to a very old age.

      Nice chap, good for business.

    • 82
      Phantom Raspberry Blower says:

      I blame most everything on a brain parasite. It has quite an amazing effect on human behaviour and society. Those persons most controlled by it tend to be most controlling and oppressive to the host species. Most everything therefore is bullshit wrapped up as a psyop tending towards insectualization of the species (cf. Stalinism, communism, fascism, communitarianism, Fabianism…). Via various evolved systems including central financial control, the resulting financial apartheid allows those most oppressive to control the proletariat and to remain firmly in control by oppression and nepotism. Dissent will not be tolerated…

    • 84
      salmondnet says:

      Well you are a self-proclaimed leftie. Quite difficult to tell whether you are gay from your post, although you don’t seem to be particularly cheerful. Obviously not a beeboid. Whatever their defects the are consistently articulate. A fan of Stalin? Who knows? Both Pinochet and Stalin were erstwhile British allies. Pinochet is alleged to have murdered thousands. Stalin is known to have murdered tens of millions,. Mandela though, was a member of the communist party, so he obviously did not let that bother him. Let us know if it bothers you.

    • 97
      Reality Check says:

      Latest Scores: Socialists c75,000,000 murdered. Others Considerably fewer.

    • 126
      Dim Leftie says:

      “I’m the bad guy??!! How’d that happen??”

    • 149
      truthserum says:

      ” comments here about how it was ok for Pinochet to have thousands of people murdered because they were “lefties” ”

      Post a link to prove it, I call you a liar.

      • 161
        Righties miss apartheid says:

        Do a search. Won’t take you long. You know how to use a computer, don’t you?

  24. 67
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    BBC – British Broadcasting Cover up.

  25. 71
    Mandela lived to 95. Suck it up, apartheid fans says:

    Yes, muzees are hate filled and nasty. And your point is? Oh, did you assume that I’m a muslim apologist?

    • 80
      SARAH bearded woman and full time carer BROWN says:

      GORDON what have i told you ?
      No computer after 9o’clock or no rubbing rude bits

  26. 72
    EU Funded Pro-EU Troll says:

    Vote UKIP

  27. 75
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    The BBC News has just mentioned Nelson Mandela’s death 5,006 times so far this week.

  28. 76
    DAVE , Caring for Rich people since 2010 says:

    I say , What ho you chaps !
    I’ve just had a “selfie” in the bog on my flight back to London
    I’m now in the mile high club ! What Ho Toodle Pips and pass the tissues !

  29. 81
    Jen The Blue says:

    Is Patten a friend of Yeo? It seems like they might get on well.

    • 135
      Such a nice fellow says:

      Yes is the answer, he’s also pals with Howe, Brittan, Heseltine, Gummer, the Bottomley’s and various other low lifes.

  30. 83
    Lady Virginia Droit de Seigneur says:

    Just get the fat greedy cnut out.

    Patten is meant to stand up for the interest of license payers.

    Instead this overfed sycophant appears to see his main role as covering up BBC scandals, evading legitimate parliamentary questions and acting as a general smokescreen,

    His behaviour should be enough to have him removed for dereliction of duty.

    But oh …. wishy-washy iDave is in power so f*ck all chance of that.

  31. 85
    The British media are cunts says:

    The fault is with Pollard who clearly sucked BBC cock. So he worked for Sky, but if you piss the BBC off you’ll never work in the media again.

    Just as you can’t trust plods investigating plods or politicians investigating each other, the media are just as bad.

    My moniker says it all.

  32. 86
    anony says:

    Get ready for the Mandela wank fest on NN.

  33. 87
    Fishy says:

    This is only one of the Pollard failures. The main one is that even after spending £3m, no one in the BBC is willing to shed light on who pulled the plug on the Newsnight / Savile expose.

    ‘The greatest broadcaster in the world’ demands transparency of others, claims it for themselves – yet fights like rats-in-a-sack to keep schtum and avoid any accountability over Savile.

    What scum they are.


    • 96

      If the BBC was a country, there would be some 67 countries whose GDP was less than the BBC’s revenue (removing the double count effect of GDP).

      It equates to North Korea in the hierarchy. Could make some clever arse observations about how else it might compare with that country but am sure you can fill those details in. :-)

      But look at what accountability the BBC observes. Or doesn’t observe, more to the point. Fatty Pang is the person who is supposed to head up this accountability function. That is what the BBC Trust is supposed to be about. Yet he is up to his armpits in hiding it all from view.

      A number of leaders of the smaller of these countries have been found with bullet holes through their foreheads. Patten’s bullet is just as necessary but it will be a metaphorical one, which is rather better than he deserves.

      • 100
        The British media are cunts says:

        Instead of promoting bum sex marriage Cameron should have sorted out the BBC. He will regret not taking out the BBC

        • 105
          Fishy says:

          But seriously, and politically, just how would he have done that.

          Miliband would have mobilised all of his bandwagons knowing that as much as the BBC pisses people off, it is an institution that non political people love it as much as they hate it.

          We wouldn’t have heard the last of the nasty Tories assault on Aunty, free speech. The Guardian and the Independent would have joined the fray. We don’t even know where the Daily Mail would have stood on this … they only recently said that the BBC should be free from any plurality review (odd that – but their Editor is a friend of Wrecker Brown).

          For Cameron to have taken on the BBC would have been a political disaster that most of the public (the unaware) would not have understood.

          • Casual Observer 5 says:

            The Daily Mail would have put out stories about Ed’s father being a hater of Britain, and perhaps would have beat the Sport to scoop the the kitten story.

            They may also have remembered to include the question mark on the former stories headline… ** taps nose **

          • Such a nice fellow says:

            “how could he have done that”

            Easily, by dressing it up as freedom to choose and how forcing people to pay for something they did not want or choose to view, as being wrong.

            The BBC and it’s allies, wouldn’t have a leg to stand on against a voluntary subscription / free choice platform.

            Voluntary subscription, would also force them to reflect the views of their subscribers, rather than their left led propaganda, they dress up as news, current affairs and drama.

  34. 92
    Jack the Ripper says:

    The BBC confirm that they properly weighed Patten and this proves that their scales are robust.

  35. 93
    3 some. Everywhere Chuka goes Councillor Peck goes and the Mayor of Lambeth. says:
  36. 99
    man about the mouse says:

    Hmmmm, Paxman concludes by saying that the Pollard affair, “…isn’t transparent, that’s for sure.”

    Well done Guido

  37. 104
    Nemesis says:

    “It appears, despite a terrible 12 months, the BBC Trust has learnt nothing about openness and transparency and continues to behave like an organisation accountable only to itself.”

    This is made possible by a massive guaranteed income without competition of any kind. It is without doubt the very worse type of monolith to exist in this country and well beyond its sell-by date. .

    • 116
      Anonymous says:

      Like all institutions that have reached a certain span, they’ve become corrupt and beyond reform.

  38. 106
    Ballox economics says:

    Ed Ballox dresses as Santa and is a gift for the Tories.

    Ed Balls is desperate to save his pathetic career! This stunt smacks of desperation.

    Balls is a gift for the Tories and he keeps on giving! :)

  39. 117
    EU Watch says:

    The !talian worm is turning…

    The EU’s days are numbered…

  40. 124
    The EU is a piece of lying shit - like the BBC says:

    So here we have the horrible Ukraine government oppressing dissent:

  41. 129
    Joe Goebbels says:

    Former newspaper chief lies arse off to save arse.

    State propaganda tsar lies arse off to save arse.

    Anyone else seeing a Patten here ?

  42. 131
    OMG says:

    7.41 and no Cat?

  43. 133
    Ah! dear says:

    Ed Balls or Yvette Cooper. No choice really.

  44. 137
    sussex carol says:

    cameron was right when he coined the phrase ‘all in it together’

    people in public life. this last few years, have proved beyond doubt, that they can all lie.

  45. 138
    Ah! dear says:

    Kinnock’s son, gay rumours and a flirty blonde PM: The Danish leader who dragged David Cameron and Barack Obama into that embarrassing ‘selfie’

    Read more:
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    • 153
      The new Messiah says:

      Apparently Michelle Obama wasn’t too bothered about the selfie. It was the snaps up Helle’s skirt she was miffed about.

  46. 139
    sussex carol says:

    And as for patten well his credibility and integrity, if indeed he ever had any, is utterly shot to pieces.

    • 141
      Moniker Monitor says:

      Please return as nell, once the carol is put back in the hymnal after ChristmaS

      • 142
        sussex carol says:

        I may do that but for Xmas I am honoring YoungNells with the name sussexcarol as she has been playing it on the flute in Church at the Carol Service. And very well she played it too

  47. 144
    UKIP, the finale solution says:

    Some libtard twat from universities UK on the BBC toady show tying herself in knots trying to justify their new policy of tolerating gender and religious apartheid. What they are doing is giving the green light for religious bigots to force women to sit at the back of the room or bar them altogether, it will end with women dressed in black sacks? Will this be the point when the left wakes up to the reality of PC fascism?

    Apparently bigots can now choose to force their intolerance on the majority, oh yes its entirely voluntary at the moment of course, the rights of the intolerant must be er uhm tolerated even when that steals the hard won rights of women. The new perverted equality is nothing more than the old inequality dressed up and presented as freedom. Slavery is freedom, weakness is strength, ignorance is bliss, welcome to a brave new world.

  48. 148
    Ed Dafty, LimpDim MP, Climate Change Chieftain says:

    You’re not paying enough Green Taxes in this Country. time for more increases !

  49. 154
    jdseanjd says:

    Boaden was part of the BBC cabal that hosted the conference with the 28 “scientists & experts” who supposedly convinced the BBC that global warming, sorry, make that climate change, was an established scientific fact, & that therefore the BBC no longer need abide by it’s charter duty of impartiality when reporting global warming, sorry, that’s climate change now isn’t it?

    The 28 turned out to comprise 3 scientists, all warmist activists, & various usual suspects including the C of E, Big Oil etc.

    The BBC has been shoving GW/CC at us for years, despite there’s been no statistically significant warming for ~17 years. The World temperature has been plateauing, & there’s every sign of a cooling period approaching. Also, severe weather events such as droughts, floods, hurricanes etc, are less numerous now than in the past.

    So why the lies?

    Well, apart from the policy of enrich the rich through govt ( taxpayer ) subsidised industries like bird killer windmills & useless (Chinese ) solar panels, the CC/GW farce allowed govt troughers like Yeo & Gummer to slice off a nice little earner. Dumbo Camoron’s father in law’s been copping a grand a day bunce off it. The Banksters & their pals have copped ginormous fortunes off Carbon Cap & Trade, at the expense of business, of course, which is pushed on to the consumer, of course. This is the beggar the poor part of the equation, along with inflated heating bills. These bills have the added benefit, from govt point of view, of forcing poor pensioners to choose between heating & eating. 30,000 extra winter deaths in UK (worst in the World). That’s handy thinks govt, we won’t have to pay those pensions now. We can vote ourselves a pay rise. Luvvly Jubbly. Get us a bottle of bubbly Giano.

    Now we get to the traitorous side of the farce.
    The GW/CC scam is designed to build up the impression that we have a global problem, in order to build up the impression that we need a global govt to solve that problem, IE the UN. That’s it : the traitorous BBC are complicit in a plan to bankrupt this country, hand it on a platter to the bankrupt & undemocratic EU, which is viewed as the first step toward a fascist world govt.

    Trouble is, it’s all a pack of cards built on a bed of lies, inside a rusted out clunker.& it’s all coming tumbling down. Watch for many rats deserting this stinking ship.

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    jdseanjd says:

    For climate science reality try :

  51. 156
    jdseanjd says:

    For New World Order, One World Govt, & political reality in this country try :

    & for political & economic reality.

    We live in interesting times.

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    Those were the days my friend - but they ended says:

    Oh my God!!! The Australian Supreme Court has just outlawed gay marriage!
    Now what are all them Ozpuftas gonna do?

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    Trust more like RUST innit?

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    I couldn’t resist commenting. Perfectly

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“If the Treasury is looking at the economic impact of tax changes, then surely it should examine the impact of the rise in VAT and cuts to tax credits? George Osborne’s £12 billion VAT rise knocked confidence, helped to choke off the recovery and has cost families £1,350 over the last three years.”

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